Big Brother 19 started with a bang last week, and has not let fans down in the least during it’s second week. Tonight’s eviction came as a complete and total shock to the evicted houseguest (HG), who admitted this was not the outcome that she expected in the Big Brother 19 house. Then again, this is Big Brother and no one should expect the expected.
When Paul Abrahamian presented the house with his Pendant of Protection, Cody Nickson, AKA the Sniper, had his Power of Veto (POV) replacement nominee plans fall apart right before his very eyes. The Pendant granted Paul 3 weeks of safety from eviction. Therefore spoiling Cody’s plans to backdoor Paul in week 2 of Big Brother 19. With his back against the wall, Cody nominated one of his own teammates to the block, Christmas Abbott, and created instant mayhem in the Big Brother 19 house.
After Cody’s replacement nominations, the Big Brother 19 houseguests reacted with feelings of complete chaos, including his own allies. Cody had not shared with anyone, including his own showmance partner Jessica Graf, that he had planned to backdoor Paul. Once the cat was out of the bag, Cody’s trust quickly dissipated throughout the house. Many felt as though Cody had gone “rogue” and impacted their games unbeknownst to them. Typically moves like this are a one-way ticket to quickly meet Julie Chen.
Paul was quite surprised that Cody had tried to backdoor him this week. He informed the houseguests that he now knew whom he could and could not trust in the Big Brother house. In addition, Paul intended to play the victim for as long as he could, to continue to stir the “chaos” pot in the house, and most importantly, sit back and watch as havoc unfolded. Cody definitely is on everyone’s short list for eviction after this “rogue” move backfired.
Once the Big Brother 19 house settled down for a bit and the dust settled, Christmas was bound and determined not to let all of the chaos deter her morning dance with Jason Dent. The 2 went to the backyard to partake in their morning ritual. Unfortunately, Jason slipped sending Christmas to the ground in pain.
After a trip to the Emergency room, fearing her foot was broken, Christmas suffered from torn ligaments in her left foot. She came back to the Big Brother house on crutches with a cast on her leg. Deciding to play through the pain, Christmas is still a Big Brother 19 houseguest. Either Christmas or Jillian Parker will be the second HG evicted from the Big Brother house.
Julie Chen announced that it was time for the live vote and eviction:
- Jessica Graf votes for Christmas
- Jason Dent votes for Christmas
- Kevin Schlehuber votes for Jillian
- Matt Clines votes for Jillian
- Raven Walton votes for Jillian
- Paul Abrahamian votes for Jillian
- Ramses Soto votes for Christmas
- Dominique Cooper votes for Jillian
- Alex Ow votes for Christmas
- Elena Davies votes for Jillian
- Mark Jansen votes for Jillian
- Josh Martinez votes for Jillian
By a vote of 8-4, Jillian was evicted from the Big Brother 19 house. Jillian was completely floored that she was evicted from the Big Brother 19 house, as she had been told by the HG’s that there would be a tie vote. With a tie vote for eviction, the Head of Household (HOH) breaks the tie by casting a vote for eviction. Jillian was told by Cody that he intended to vote out Christmas, which left Jillian in the Big Brother house. As always with Big Brother…Expect the Unexpected.
Big Brother 19 has been unexpected and has certainly not disappointed thus far.
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