Big Brother Spoilers: Zingbot’s Presidential Punishments!

Zingbot arrived in the Big Brother 18 House on Saturday for the Power of Veto Competition, officially launching his campaign for president. While he was in the house, Zingbot handed out nasty little zings for each of the houseguests, and some presidential punishments during the Veto challenge.


While some of the players have embraced their loser costumes and tasks, at least one houseguest has been, well, a total whiny baby about their punishment. In case you hadn’t guessed from that sourpuss look in the picture above, the houseguest giving everyone grief about his Veto punishment is, of course, Paulie Calafiore.

From what we’ve been able to gather about the Veto Competition this week, it was the prize swap comp and Zingbot swooped in to deliver it’s traditional zings and hand out punishments for the “Zingbot for President” themed challenge. The players were Victor as Head of Household, Corey and Paulie as eviction nominees, and drawn additional players James, Nicole, and Paul.

Here’s what we’ve been able to gather about the zings the houseguests received. Some of them we’re sure to hear the exact wording on Wednesday night’s Power of Veto show. However, it’s pretty often that not all of the zings actually make it onto the TV show, so we thought we’d share all the ones we were able to round up from the Big Brother Live Feeds.


Here’s what we’ve been able to gather about the zings:

Paul: “Paul, you have a lot of catch phrases. Your boy, friendship, pissed. I have one we can all get behind. STFU.”
Victor: Something about doing a zing to him in Spanish and calling him El Douchebag.
Paulie: Zingbot called him “the poor man’s Cody”.
Corey: You can’t sweep Nicole off her feet, Hayden already did that.
Nicole: Something about throwing her game away for Corey.
James: Something about scaring Natalie’s parents
Michelle: Apparently loved her Zing, but we don’t know what it is yet because she doesn’t want to spoil it for the show.

At the Veto Competition, Victor managed to come away with the win. At some point in the competition, Paulie apparently briefly had it after taking it from Corey. The rest of the prizes and punishments were:

James: $5,000
Nicole: Trip to anywhere in the U. S. (she wants to go to Hawaii)
Corey: A week in the Patriotard.


Paul: Dressed like a secret service agent and has to hit “checkpoints” that are located throughout the house and report all is clear when he hears “Red Alert”.


Paulie: Must wear a silly patriotic chef’s outfit and bake an apple pie whenever he hears a Zingbot tune of “oh say can you zing”.


Everyone has taken their punishments well except for Paulie, who has complained and b*tched about it the whole time. He refused to do it, and gotten yelled at and dragged into the Diary Room for a talking to. He finally did one, but then refused to do the next one and got yelled at again. He finally agreed to do it, but then claimed he only did it so production could get their camera shots for TV. He’s the one being a total “el douchebag” right now.

Catch up on a lot more drama from over the weekend in our latest Big Brother Live Feeds Weekend Highlights report!

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