We have another week of the majority alliance against one player on Big Brother 19. Mark Jansen has been enemy number one in the Big Brother game for a couple weeks now. One of the major reasons he stayed so long was being shielded by Cody Nickson’s presence, and Mark winning safety for four Big Brother 19 weeks also helped him stay alive in the game.
Yesterday, we told you about Head of Household Christmas Abbott’s plan to backdoor Mark. The Power of Veto selection ceremony put a major wrench in her plans for the Big Brother 2017 week, but only for a moment.
We See Rats
The previous night, a mouse was spotted roaming around the house. A few houseguests were in complete denial about it. However, as the day continued, more people started to spot this rodent making his move around the game, while leaving little presents along the way.
Eventually, production stepped in to bring out some mouse traps. Maybe the mouse can become the player we need to shake up the Big Brother game.
From Friends to Frenemies
Christmas decided to select Mark to become a Have-Not for another week, which might be a Have-Not record at this point. He has at least been a Have-Not for four or five weeks out of the current 8 weeks. Josh Martinez then volunteered to be one as well. Hopefully, the two men can behave trapped alone and not throw any more condiments.
Most of the day was once again spent talking about Kevin Schlehuber’s ‘sketchy’ behavior. This time Paul Abrahamian and Josh revealed to Christmas that Kevin won the $25,000. Later, Christmas told Kevin to stop speaking to so many players.
Kevin has been a lot quieter recently, which probably means he suspects something going on around him. Luckily for him, the actions that occurred during last week’s Big Brother 19 Double Eviction has put a huge spotlight on Jason Dent.
Paul now wants him out the game before Kevin. This has probably bought Kevin at least an extra week of safety.
Power of Veto Fall Out
During the selection ceremony, Christmas chose Raven Walton as a Veto player. Jason became suspicious about what this meant for his game. Alex Ow reassured him that he was just being very paranoid.
This week’s Power of Veto ceremony combined Zingbot and the Slip-N-Slide competition (which is usually reserved for a Head of Household competition). As you know Jason won it. This made his target grow a lot bigger. Jason and Matt Clines performed the best during it, which also made Matt’s target grow a tiny bit.
The houseguests rehashed some of Zingbot’s zings. It seems like Zingbot went kind of low this season by attacking houseguests on their weight, sexual activity, make up, and even making a weird bye-sexual joke about Mark.
The night ended with Jason and Alex finally being able to remove their punishment costumes.
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