The Big Brother 20 week always goes slower when the players don’t hesitate about their decision. For weeks, Level 6 has planned to nominate Faysal Shafaat and Haleigh Broucher together for eviction. They had a few obstacles along the way, but they’re finally at a point where they can take out one of the Fayleigh showmance members. They started the week trying to snow Haleigh and Faysal into believing Haleigh was the target. Now, basically everyone knows that Faysal is leaving on Thursday.
Yesterday, instead of completely giving up, Faysal made a pitch to Kaycee Clark. He tried to get her to use the Veto on Haleigh or him. He proposed that neither of them had anyone left, so once the other one left this week, this could build some trust between Kaycee and whoever stayed. Kaycee just said right a lot, and then went to tell his pitch to Level 6.
It was another day of lounging for the most part. Angela Rummans picked the Have-Nots, which caused some commotion as Sam Bledsoe tried to volunteer to be one for a second week in a row. In the end, Kaycee, Faysal, and Haleigh became the Have-Nots. Haleigh and Jc Mounduix both find themselves upset about Faysal’s eviction, but for different reasons.
JC was mad because he could tell that the show was portraying Faysal and him as a duo. The questions asked in the Diary Room and things that production instructed him to say clearly showed a partnership storyline between them. JC wanted to assure Level 6 that he was always on their side, not Faysal’s side.
Haleigh was upset because she didn’t know how to handle this week. She told Brett Robinson that she wasn’t sure if she should hang with Faysal or everyone else. He said for her game, she should hang out with everyone else. Brett also asked Haleigh if Faysal and her were in a showmance. She denied it. He wondered if she denied it in case Faysal returned via the Jury Battle Back.
To add some fun, PopTV sent them some cinnamon rolls and they got alcohol. The houseguests, aka Level 6, talked about their next target. Tyler Crispen mentioned that JC probably wanted Sam out next, but Angela wanted Haleigh gone. They also planned to make sure Sam and Haleigh stayed rivals, so there was no chance that they could team up against Level 6.
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