Yesterday, Alex Ow joined the Big Brother 19 jury. She finished in fifth place, and tonight another player heads to the jury house. Yesterday’s episode concluded with Paul Abrahamian winning the Head of Household and securing his spot in the Big Brother 19 final three. Paul made history by being the only player ever to make it to final three two seasons in a row.
Now Paul wants to make history again by being the only player to get second and first place in back-to-back seasons. In order to make this dream a reality, he needs to have the right players sitting next to him in the end.
The final four players are: Christmas Abbott, Josh Martinez, Kevin Schlehuber, and Paul. Of the other three, Paul feels like Kevin has the best shot to beat him. Kevin hasn’t won any competitions, but he’s likable. Paul fears the jury will reward likability over gameplay if he sits next to Kevin in the end.
Therefore, it’s in Paul’s best interest to take Christmas and Josh to the end, because both have alienated quite a few Big Brother 19 players. So as much as people on the jury don’t like Paul, they like Christmas and Josh even less.
Right now, Paul holds the Head of Household and Power of Veto powers. We expect him to keep nominations the same. This means Christmas casts the deciding vote, and we expect Christmas to vote Kevin out over Josh. He will finish in fourth place, and Josh, Christmas, and Paul will be the final three players.
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