Yesterday’s Big Brother 19 Live Feeds action was basically more or less of the same from last week. The house tries to backdoor one Big Brother target. The target then attempts to insert himself into the conversations. Everyone acts friendly in front of his face, but talks badly about him once he leaves the room.
Mark Jansen used the weekend wisely. He tried to remind his enemies that he’s nowhere near the biggest Big Brother 19 game threat. He promised his loyalty in exchange for safety. In a Big Brother house not dominated by Paul Abrahamian, he might have made some headway with Christmas and Josh Martinez.
As we saw during today’s Big Brother 19 Power of Veto ceremony, it just wasn’t enough to make a difference.
Kevin, Enemy #5
Kevin Schlehuber doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon. Mark, Jason Dent, and Alex Ow, and maybe Matt Clines and Raven Walton are still targets ahead of him. However, Paul has really done a lot these last two weeks to discredit Kevin. None of his allies trust him. They also constantly speak badly about him behind his back.
They have so many misconceptions of Kevin as a player and person. They often question if he really has children, and talks about him being creepy. Kevin, who was once a social butterfly, has been recoiling more into himself.
Kevin has a long road left, but it looks like it might be a lonely one if this anti-Kevin sentiment continues.
As stated, Mark made some pitches to save himself. He basically discussed how Alex was a way bigger and better target than him. Christmas and Josh listened but ultimately decided that Mark wasn’t loyal because of how he betrayed Cody Nickson and Jessica Graf in week 1. However, they did agree that Alex and Jason both need to leave the game soon.
They want Alex out the house before Kevin because they believe she could win competitions and take a shot at Paul.
The Mad Raven
Big Brother 19 Houseguests continue to discuss whether Raven’s illnesses are real or if she is exaggerating them to stay in the game. It’s becoming more and more a major topic of discussion among the houseguests. They don’t quite know what to make of Raven as a person or player.
Paul got some alone time to talk to the Live Feed watchers. He disclosed that his dream final five is Christmas, Raven, Josh, Kevin, and himself. He wants to take Christmas and Josh to the end because he seem them as being his clearest path to victory.
However, he did discuss swapping out Raven for Christmas because he could control her better and she would for sure take him to the end. Curiously, on last night’s Big Brother 19 episode, Josh and Christmas both said they would take each other to the end. Paul may want to rethink his final three plans.
Paul also spoke of being confident that he could win out if he makes it to the final five with the players he mentioned. He also discussed never hitting the block for 62 days (he forgot about the Pendant of Protection which protected him for three weeks).
Paul also claimed he threw the first Big Brother 19 Head of Household competition to Cody to test him. He failed. Paul also mentioned that a lot of the houseguests have different agendas, and that bugs him because they’re supposed to be on the show to play Big Brother.
He seemed annoyed that Kevin keeps mentioning him trying to take the spotlight. Paul said he has been working very hard in this game to finally get his victory. Paul revealed, obviously, that his dream final two would be with Josh. He feels Josh created too many enemies in the jury house, so he wouldn’t have any votes.
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