Who Won Power of Veto On Big Brother Week 2? 07/08/17

The best laid Big Brother plans rarely go, well, as planned. Big Brother 19 Head of Household Paul Abrahamian is sure that he will be the exception to the rule. Hmmm sounds familiar (see: last week with Cody Nickson’s plan on Big Brother 2017).

Big Brother 19 Paul Abrahamian Explains Friendship

For trying to evict him, Paul seems set on taking down Cody, and right now, things have gone rather well. First, Paul told Alex Ow and Josh Martinez that they were pawns. He calmed them enough so that they didn’t make a fuss about it.

Later, Paul needed to ensure that Cody didn’t get picked to play in the Big Brother 19 Power of Veto ceremony. He then convinced Ramses Soto to go up as a third nominee. This meant only two additional players were picked to play in this week’s competition.

During the players draw ceremony, Elena Davies and Matt Clines were the additional players picked. There are only three more steps left to ensure that Cody gets backdoored and out of the Big Brother 19 house. The first one is to ensure that Ramses doesn’t win the veto.

If Ramses wins veto, no replacement nominee is named, and the plan to backdoor Cody ends at this stage. If the Veto stage succeeds, the next stage is to ensure that Paul doesn’t change his mind about backdooring Cody, which is highly unlikely. Then the final step is for everyone to vote out Cody.

Did the veto phase of Paul’s big backdoor Cody quest go as planned on Big Brother 19? Read below to find out.



Big Brother 19 Paul Abrahamian and Cody Nickson

After a nearly six hour competition, Paul Abrahamian was crowned the Power of Veto winner. This should mean that the plan to backdoor Cody Nickson is full speed ahead.

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