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BIG BROTHER Recap: Scottie Shakes Up The House With Bold Nominations!

Scottie sets the tone by drawing the lines as we head into week three of Big Brother 20!

As Sunday’s episode kicked off, no one was really surprised to see Swaggy C become the second evicted houseguest. The real surprise came when the votes were read, and he only had four votes instead of five. Someone on his side switched for a second time in two weeks, and the alliance was trying to figure out the source. This time it was Scottie, who happened to be wearing a “Swaggy C” shirt to show support, that voted against him. He reassured viewers in his diary room session that he’s with Swaggy C’s original side FOUTTE, but voted him out to draw doubt amongst the alliance hoping to move him up in the alliance’s totem pole. It kind of worked as Faysal questioned Haleigh’s loyalty, but Rockstar was onto Scottie after Haleigh herself swore she didn’t flip. Both realize it had to have been Scottie, and went on to call it as an “evil genius” game move. Scottie continued to deny he switched, which left the house in confusion.

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Luckily things worked out for Scottie as he won last week’s HOH competition. He’s been playing it safe these past two weeks, but with all this power and a last-minute vote switch (that have the houseguests talking), we have a feeling his role in the game may change.

It was then an opportunity for players to get a special power as the BB App Store opened one last time.  Bayleigh, who just lost her closest ally, became this week’s “top trending” houseguest! She selected an app titled, “Identity Theft”, which allows her to select two nominees of her choice under someone else’s HOH. That person must act like they made the noms even though it was Bayleigh. Unfortunately, Haleigh was the “least trending” and is forced to read all of Shakespeare’s’ Hamlet whenever the BB intercom shouts “READ!”

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As the show continues back to focus on Scottie’s nominations, Bayleigh took the time to figure out where his head was at.  With this new power just received, she wanted to make sure if she’d need to use it, or not.  Scottie told her that he wanted to go after Winston and Brett, because they had lied to him in week one about voting out his final two ally, Steve. Scottie spoke with each houseguest about how they voted in week one with all of them saying they voted for Steve to stay … even though a majority had voted them out.  Still unsure of how the votes played out, it wasn’t until he spoke to Sam that he found out Winston, and most likely his “bro” Brett, voted out Steve.  Sam confessed to Winston that she had mentioned he voted Steve out causing Winston’s game to shake.

With the nominations coming up… Sam spoke with Tyler and Kaycee of “Level 6” (a secret alliance of six), about the possibility of using her power this week because if not used, it will apply to next week no matter the circumstance. “The power” would give the opportunity for an evicted houseguest to return to the game. Sam ponders the idea that it may be good to keep it for next week, in case her, or her allies, were put up on the block.

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It was finally time for the nominations, and by no surprise based on how the episode played out, Scottie made a bold move by nominating both Brett and Winston. (filed by Jake Updegraff- Big Brother Correspondent)

In what seems to be like Level 6’s first hit, we want to know who’s side you are on. Team Level 6 or Team FOUTTE? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to tune-in Wednesday night at 8/7c on CBS to see who will win the Power of Veto!

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I’m so happy Bay got the power! Nice recap!!!

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BIG BROTHER Recap: Bye Bye Bayleigh

Another week, another eviction! In what was an (yet again) explosive episode, the drama reached new heights this season.

After the veto meeting, Bayleigh was upset because she had been wrongfully accused of being the hacker. She knew she was the target, but she was more upset by the blindside set by Angela who had promised her safety.  It was an awkward confrontation between her and Tyler as Bayleigh told him she had trusted him. Tyler didn’t say much, but provoked her by reminding her she’s up on the block and he was going to vote her out.

Bayleigh wasn’t the only one feeling all of the emotions.  Her close friend, and ally Haleigh who was the actual hacker, felt guilty Bayleigh was getting the blame for all of this.  She thought Bayleigh’s eviction could be because of the moves she made to target Tyler.  She was debating keeping quiet to save her game or keep her morals by opening up about the situation.  She ultimately went with telling the truth – first up was Bayleigh.  You could tell Bayleigh was upset over the news, but she understood why Haleigh took the move.

Haleigh wanted to clear Bayleigh’s name, and possibly save her from going home, so she decided to throw a house meeting to confess her “Big Brother” sins.  As she called everyone into the living room, she told them she was the hacker while calling out Tyler’s game in the process.  This sparked an argument between Tyler and Bayleigh which led to an explosive confrontation.  You can watch part of it below.

When it came time to vote, Haleigh unfortunately wasn’t able to save Bayleigh, even by cancelling Tyler’s vote. S he was evicted 6 to 1.  It was then time for another HOH competition, and everyone was determined to control the next week.  However, after eight rounds of putting together mashed-up hashtags with the correct photo, Haleigh came out with the win! (filed by Jake Updegraff -Big Brother Correspondent)

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Who do you think she’ll nominate, and will the hacker hijack the nominations this week? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to tune-in on Sunday at 8/7c on CBS to find out what happens!

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BIG BROTHER: The Biggest Blindside Of The Season … So Far

As we go into tonight’s episode of Big Brother, let’s catch up as where things left off on this past Thursday night, which gave viewers one explosive episode … and it was all live! With Brett and Rachel both up on the block, it was time for Level 6 to lose another member in their alliance.

As we saw in Wednesday’s episode, Rachel’s paranoia caused her alliance to question the loyalty she had for them. It seemed as if it would be an easy week for her considering Scottie, Haleigh, Faysal, and Rockstar were all voting to save her. All they needed were five votes, and they were sure that Angela, (Rachel’s BFF in the house), would vote to keep her. However, we saw her and the rest of the Level 6 members consider the idea of voting to keep Brett, the stronger competitor of the two, in the game. They just needed both JC and Sam’s vote to ensure Rachel was sent packing.

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Tyler continued to play both sides of the house as he pledged to Bayleigh that he will keep his commitment to her and vote to evict Brett. It was to America, in the diary room, that he told the truth; saying he would keep Bayleigh around until he flushed out her power app. Brett started to work on both Tyler and JC mentioning that an all-girl alliance rumor is floating around, and if true, could dominate all the men in the house since they’re outnumbered. Later, Tyler filled in Brett on Bayleigh’s power, and how it could affect their game.

When it was time for the live eviction, both houseguests gave their final plea, but it wasn’t until Brett said his that the drama unfolded. He made up a lie that Rachel was a ringleader of the female alliance, and he had told her about Bayleigh’s power app that could change the nominations next week. Rachel was seen in complete shock … shaking her head and mouthing that she did not say that. Host, Julie Chen told houseguests they can now cast their votes for the house. One by one they entered the diary room to anonymously vote out either; Brett or Rachel.

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The votes poured in, and unfortunately for Rachel, her time in the “Big Brother” came to an end. Julie revealed to Rachel that she had been evicted by a vote of 5 to 4. It was clear by her reaction that she had no idea this was coming. Immediately, she stormed out of the house on the verge of what looked like an emotional breakdown. During her exit interview, Julie revealed that her alliance, including Angela, voted to evict her. Stunned, disappointed, and visibly saddened, she was shown goodbye messages from the houseguests. The most explosive one came from her thought-to-be-BFF that really took Rachel off-guard. In the video message, Angela said, “Just a few bullet points to go over here. You talked yourself onto the block, you lied to my face and your stories don’t make sense. Our Final 2 deal is about as irrelevant as you were in week two.” The last statement referring to the time Rachel got the “least trending” in the second week of the season, based off of America’s favorites. It was clear this friendship is over and out!

With another power up for grabs, you can tell the houseguests were thirsty to win the HOT. This time they had to play a true or false competition. Contestants were eliminated each round if they guessed incorrectly. It eventually came down to Angela and Rockstar, but in the sudden death question, Angela came out with the win. With Level 6 safe, it looks like it’s time for The Hive to lose another member. (Filed by Jake Updegraf – Big Brother Correspondent)

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Who are you hoping Angela nominates? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to tune-in tonight at 8/7c on CBS to see how it all shakes out.

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BIG BROTHER: Paranoia Runs High In Level 6

The pressure continued to mount throughout the house in last night’s episode – especially for Rachel, who was nominated as a pawn.  She’s up against her Level 6 ally Brett, but was promised she was not the target this week by Bayleigh.  Even knowing that info, she doesn’t seem to be taking it well and is seen digging herself into a hole within her alliance as things get to her.  Twisting words and panicking, you can see her alliance gets frustrated with how she’s responding to being on the block, and they’re not having it.

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The show cuts to a conversation between Faysal and JC in the storage room talking about Bayleigh’s nominations.  Faysal lets JC know that he should be more grateful for him, because Faysal feels he is the reason JC wasn’t nominated. As he continues to defend his reasonings for it, JC begs to differ and ends up going to talk with the HOH herself. As he entered her room, he revealed what Faysal had said, but Bayleigh intensely denies it and is visibly frustrated with Faysal for throwing her under the bus. It was no surprise that this lead to another conversation, but this time, between Faysal and Bayleigh. She told him it made her feel stupid, used, and looked like she was his little “b****.”

It was time for the veto ceremony, and the houseguests competing were: Bayleigh, Brett, Rachel, JC, Sam, and Tyler. This time they had to play a timed game involving puzzles. Of the six, only three were able to finish it before the 30-minute mark and those people were Bayleigh, Brett, and Tyler. Ultimately, it was Tyler who won the Power of Veto. Stuck in a predicament, he was unsure of what to do, because he didn’t want to make anyone upset since he’s been gracefully playing both sides – even though his loyalty is to Level 6.

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With the pressure on, Rachel’s paranoia continues to show. After chatting with Bayleigh, she relayed information to her final ally Angela that Tyler said he’d only use the veto if Angela were the replacement. She didn’t buy it, and decided to get to the bottom of it herself. She spoke with the rest of her allies, Tyler and Kaycee, and that’s when they realized the nomination block is making Rachel a liability for their alliance. When it came down to the ceremony, in the end, Tyler decided not to use it.  (filed by Jake Updegraff- Big Brother correspondent)

Tonight, we will find out if Brett or Rachel are evicted from the game.  Who are you hoping it is? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to watch on CBS at 9/8c.

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