Big Brother Recap: Did Brett or Winston Escape the Block?

Brett and Winston have been allies ever since they entered the Big Brother house three weeks ago. 

In fact, they are so close that some of the houseguests have questioned whether they are in a bromance. 

However, the duo sees it as more of a bromance. But all things come to an end sooner or later, and with Scottie in power, they were both put on the block. 

We picked up with Winston unimpressed at the thought of sitting on the block next to Brett because it means that one of them will likely be meeting Julie Chen and chatting about what they could have done better to stay in the game. 

Winston chatted with Tyler and Kaitlyn in the good old storage room to try and get some clarity on how to play Big Brother. 

We kid, mostly, but he wanted to know if there was a way to save himself from the block. Kaitlyn suggested he steer clear of Brett so that everyone would think they were not a pair. 

Instead, Winston headed up to the HOH room to reprimand Scottie. 

“You drew a line in the sand, you’re gone next week,” Winston angrily yelled at the current HOH. You know, Scottie could win Veto and have a change of heart, but something tells us he’ll stick to his gun.

Winston is a big baby. If he was in control, he would put people up without a second thought. However, he’s playing as though he’s one of the nicest people, and the cracks are starting to appear. 

Winston and Rachel quickly got to work trying to find a target to replace he and Brett. Kaitlyn, as always comes up as a target and both Brett and Winston agree to win the Veto and have her put up as a replacement. 

The reason?

She was the swing vote to take Steve out of the house in Week One. Yes, they are still talking about that first eviction. 

For the veto competition, it was Scottie, Brett, Winston, Rachel, Tyler and Rockstar. At the start of the competition, Brett took the lead, but Scottie managed to emerge with the win and even won himself a trip for two to Greece. 

The boys then met up with Scottie to pitch a final three deal, but Scottie maintained that it would be too risky to change things up, but he did say he would sleep on it. 

In true Kaitlyn fashion, she said that she received a vision that the boys were going after her, and Scottie told her about them throwing her under the bus. 

At the veto meeting, we learned that the nominations were being kept the same. Oh yes, one of the boys is going home … unless Sam uses her power. 

What are your thoughts on the latest twists and turns?

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Big Brother continues Thursday on CBS. 


Big Brother Spoilers: Veto Results & Target Revealed!

Scottie Salton being crowned the third Head of Household on Big Brother Season 20 was always going to make for some uncertainty. 

He’s never been tied to an alliance. Instead, he’s coasted along the middle of the house and has lied to everyone about the way he’s voting. 

When Sunday’s episode concluded, Scottie nominated both Brett and Winston for eviction after he realized that they were both lying about voting against Steve in week one. 

The Level 6 alliance immediately turned their attention to the Veto with the aim of keeping their group intact for a while longer. 

Scottie, Winston, Brett, Rockstar, Tyler, and Rachel competed for the Veto on Saturday. Before the competition kicked off, Scottie was vocal that if anyone took either of the men down, he would put up the closest ally of the person who won Veto. 

Luckily for Scottie, the competition went in his favor, and he secured the coveted Veto medal. This only made the Level 6 alliance worry, and they got to work trying to throw Kaitlin under the bus as the ceremony loomed. 

But Scottie confirmed he would not be replacing a nominee and that the bros would remain on the block through to Thursday night’s eviction. 

The conversation quickly turned to Sam’s power and whether she would be using it to save Winston or Brett on Thursday. If it’s not used this week, it will automatically be used next week. 

Sam has been a wildcard, so there’s no telling what she has planned, but some of the other houseguests think the producers are trying to get her to use it. 

The power chatter has also paved the way for Kaitlyn’s game to unravel. Her former allies wanted to get some intel on why she sided with Tyler to take Swaggy C out of the game. 

Kaitlyn lied, saying that Sam’s power sketched her out because she could use it to get someone evicted who is not on the block. 

Bayliegh took that to Sam, who laughed the claims off. Sam reiterated that the power would benefit her or someone of her choosing, but stopped short of telling her when the power expired. 

With everyone starting to figure out that Kaitlyn is a serial liar, it’s becoming clear that she will be targeted in the coming weeks. 

What do you think of the latest round of spoilers?

Who would you like to depart the game this week? Should Sam use the power?

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Big Brother Recap: Who Did Scottie Nominate for Eviction?

Going into week three of Big Brother Season 20, we have distinct divisions in the house. 

The first two evictions have been split, and with Scottie as the HOH, it was always going to be interesting to see which side of the house he picked. 

When Sunday’s episode kicked off, nobody was mad about Swaggy C’s demise. In fact, everyone was mad about a stray vote that meant Faysal, Haleigh, Bayleigh, Rockstar, and Kaitlin were all worrying about what was happening. 

Scottie decided to switch things up on Thursday by casting a vote to evict Swaggy, and he denied it, meaning that everyone in that side of the house wondered where the vote came from. 

Haleigh has not been featured much in the episodes because she’s not exactly been playing the game. She’s trying to coast through the first few weeks before winning anything. 

While we don’t know if she has the capacity of winning anything, we do know that America is not impressed with her lack of gameplay. She was gifted with an app, but not of the power variety. 

It meant she had to read a novel to her fellow houseguests on-demand. Oh yes, Big Brother is not messing around this season. 

As for the Power App, Bayleigh was the lucky victor and won an app that allowed her to steal the HOH’s identity in the first half of the game to nominate two people. 

This was music to her ears, and she quickly checked in with Scottie to make sure she was not a target. Thus, she decided to keep her power close to her chest. 

Scottie admitted off the bat that he wanted to take down Winston and Brett because he felt they were both lying to him about who they voted out in week one. 

Winson’s game imploded when Sam told Scottie she knew for a fact that Winston voted to keep her and not Steve. Brett tried to turn the tide back in their direction by offering him everything under the sun. 

But it was all for nothing as Scottie put Brett and Winston on the block for eviction. The only thing that could save one of them is the veto or if Sam uses her power to keep Level 6 intact for another week. 

Sam finally told Kaycee and Tyler all about the power, saying that she had no idea whether she wanted to save the boys or keep it until next week when it will automatically be used on whoever is sent out of the house. 

Things are getting interesting after a slow start to the season. The Level 6 alliance is dominating the game, and everyone else knows it. With Bayliegh having a power, she can help shake up the game. 

What are your thoughts on all the latest developments?

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Big Brother continues Wednesday on CBS. 


Big Brother Recap: Did Swaggy C Survive Eviction Night?

Kaitlyn Herman decided to blow up her alliance in favor of making one of the biggest moves in Big Brother history, but did it all come together? 

We picked up at the top of the hour with Swaggy blindsided to be put on the block by someone he thought was close to him in the game. 

It turns out, every single comment you make in the game can be manipulated to benefit someone else, and that’s what happened here. 

Swaggy has been open with some houseguests about his plans, and he did claim that Kaitlyn was the lowest person on the totem pole in the alliance. 

It presented the perfect opportunity for Tyler to turn Kaitlyn against her allies, and it worked. Bayliegh went up to the HOH room to comfort a teary-eyed Kaitlyn. 

Bayliegh admitted to the audience that she knew she would need to take a new approach to deal with the news about Swaggy. 

She opened up to Kaitlyn and said that Swaggy was not immediately targeting her and that there were other targets who could be taken out instead. 

Meanwhile, Swaggy, Rockstar, Faysal, and Scottie chatted in the Have Not room, and Swaggy was adamant there was still time to change the tide. 

He said that the key to surviving the week would be to get through to both Tyler and Kaitlyn. Yes, Swaggy’s side of the house recognized that Tyler was the one in Kaitlyn’s ear. 

Swaggy even had a chat with Sam and opened up about his troubled childhood and how he created the Swaggy persona. It was almost believable … until he hit up the Diary Room to say that he was acting. 

Heck, it even made Sam question whether she should use her power on him. By the time the eviction rolled around, the house was well and truly divided. 

  • Bayleigh votes to evict: Winston
  • Brett votes to evict: Swaggy 
  • Kaycee votes to evict: Swaggy 
  • Tyler votes to evict: Swaggy
  • Angie votes to evict: Winston 
  • Haleigh votes to evict: Winston
  • Faysal votes to evict: Winston
  • Scottie votes to evict: Swaggy 
  • JC votes to evict: Swaggy
  • Angela votes to evict: Swaggy
  • Rachel votes to evict: Swaggy
  • Sam votes to evict: Swaggy

Swaggy has been evicted!

Swaggy left the house but refused to hug Haleigh on the way out the door. He later found out that Haleigh was not the one to vote him out. 


In any case, it was all down to the HOH competition to see who would have the power for another week. 

It played out as follows:

  • Round 1: Kaycee eliminated 
  • Round 2: Tyler, Angela, Bayleigh, Winston, JC, Brett, Haleigh eliminated 
  • Round 3: Sam eliminated Round 4: All safe. 
  • Round 5: Angie eliminated 
  • Round 6: Faysal eliminated
  • Round 7: Both safe – Scottie & Rachel remain Tie-breaker: Scottie wins!

The final round was tense because Rachel kept getting a little too excited at the prospect of winning the competition. But when she turned her board around to Julie, it was muddled with different numbers. 

With Scottie being loyal to Tyler for taking him off the block, it remains to be seen whether FOUTE will continue to lose ground. 

What are your thoughts on the latest twists and turns?

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Big Brother Recap: Who Won Veto?

We think it’s fair to say that Kaitlyn Herman is one of the most unpredictable houseguests in the history of Big Brother. 

She’s been rubbing viewers the wrong way with some of her comments which have bordered on racist, voted against the alliance she helped create, and now she’s gunning for someone in her own alliance. 

In order to have a successful alliance inside the Big Brother house, you need to make sure that there’s trust, and that you consult with your allies about a move you’re about to make. 

For Kaitlyn, someone who prides themselves in being spiritual and in touch with the energy in the room, that thought could not be more lost on her. 

Watching the live feeds last weekend resulted in Kaitlyn covering her basis to execute a good old Big Brother backdoor. You know, the things that don’t usually happen until the midway point of the season. 

Faysal started to realize something was amiss when Kaitlyn picked him to play in the Veto competition. She had a conversation with him right after about it, and said that he’s already won a competition and that he should lay low. 

But for Faysal, he wanted to fight to keep the nominations the same because that would mean nobody from his alliance could wind up on the block … whether there’s a twist or not. 

The real reason for Kaitlyn having this conversation is that she did not want the man she’s pining over keeping the nominations the same or it would screw up the plan she cooked up with Tyler to have Swaggy exit the house on Thursday night. 

While Faysal played it cool with Kaitlyn, he took to the Diary Room to confirm that he would not be throwing the competition and would fight as hard as he possibly could. 

That meant Kaitlyn, Scottie, Winston, Rachel, Faysal, and Tyler were competing in the competition. 

Two faces from the past returned for the competition. Last season’s breakout duo Jessica Graf and Cody Nicks made their grand returns to hose the competition. 

It was all about a Big Brother dating app which would be used primarily for former houseguests. The purpose of the competition was to match former houseguests to the places they would like to date. 

The results from the competition:

Rachel – 5:49

Scottie – 18:20

Winston – 20:00

Tyler – 5:29

Faysal – 6:22

Kaitlyn – 13:12

Tyler won the POV!

Tyler then got to work coming up with a plan worth executing. He floated the idea of bringing Scottie off the block and hoping that he would vote with the Level 6 alliance to take Swaggy out of the game. 

Kaytlin opened up to Haleigh about the plan to take Swaggy out and she took the information to Rockstar who was also less than enthused about it. 

Kaitlyn then told Faysal that she was about to do something big and that he needed to be friends with her after it. In his head, he knew what was going on but refused to believe it. 

Kaitlyn put on the fakest tears ever and renominated Swaggy C after Scottie was saved from the block. It was one of the tensest veto ceremonies in the history of the series, but Kaitlyn’s wicked plan came to fruition. 

What are your thoughts on it?

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Big Brother continues Thursday on CBS.


Big Brother Spoilers: And the Replacement Nominee Is…

It’s not very often a plan comes to fruition in the Big Brother house, but it seems like Kaitlyn Herman’s scheming with Tyler Crispen could spell the end of a big target’s game this week. 

Kaitlyn was originally in an alliance that included Swaggy C, but she quickly changed focus when Tyler told her all about Sam’s secret power and that they could use it to their advantage. 

That’s why Kaitlyn was the swing vote to send Steve out of the house, keeping Sam and her power in the game for another week. 

Kaitlyn is part of the FOUTE alliance which includes Swaggy, Bayliegh, Faysal, Rockstar, and Haleigh. In the immediate eviction aftermath, everyone in the alliance tried to figure out which of them flipped the vote. 

Kaitlyn was lucky in that she won the HOH competition because her name was coming up several times, and she ultimately opened up about her decision. 

She told select houseguests that she was ready to take out Winston, while she told others that Swaggy was her target. Despite this, it was not really clear what she was really planning to do. 

When Saturday rolled around in the Big Brother house, Scottie and Winston were sitting pretty on the block. 

The two nominees, Kaitlyn, Faysal, Rachel, and Tyler competed in the Veto competition. The feeds were off four hours as the competition took place, but when they returned we learned that Tyler emerged with the win. 

Kaitlyn was dead set on her plan, but she wanted to keep Winston on the block alongside Swaggy. This rubbed the Level Six alliance the wrong way, but they ultimately decided to allow her to do what she wanted. 

As such, the Veto ceremony took place on Monday and Swaggy replaced Scott on the block. The most surprising thing about this is that Swaggy wound up on the block. 

In past seasons, the houseguests have struggled to execute plans because the target usually pulls out a win that allows them to stay in the game. 

While the Foute alliance was shocked to the core by the news, Swaggy maintained that he had four days to try and turn the tide back in his favor to take Winston out of the game. 

Will Winston or Swaggy be sent packing on Thursday night? 

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Big Brother Recap: Who Did Kaitlyn Nominate for Eviction?

Kaitlyn Herman kicked off her reign as Head of Household on Sunday’s episode of Big Brother, and she did so in the most uncertain fashion. 

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you will know that Kaitlyn became Head of Household mere moments after going back on her word to her alliance, opting to vote with the Level Six alliance instead of her own. 

We learned why she changed focus, and it was good old Tyler who brought on the big change in her mindset. Hours before the eviction, he pulled her aside and essentially told her she was the lowest person on the totem pole of the Foute alliance. 

Tyler went as far as saying that she would be the next person eliminated because of her ties to the alliance. This made Kaitlyn change her mind and vote to keep Sam over Steve. 

But the big flaw in her strategy was that it confirmed to the Foute alliance that there was a traitor amongst them, and it did not take long for everyone to realize that Kaitlyn was the one who voted against them. 

There was nothing they could really do because if they rubbed her the wrong way, they could find themselves sitting pretty on the block at the next eviction. 

Kaitlyn was straight up with Rockstar, Faysal, and Haleigh, telling them that she would keep them safe, but she drew the line at that. 

Obviously, this was mildly concerning for the trio to hear because they thought they were in an alliance with the others, and are hearing the person who created the alliance confirm it was over. 

Then again, this is Big Brother and we told to “expect the unexpected” on an episodic basis. You know one thing that we ALWAYS expect from Big Brother?


Bayliegh and Swaggy continued to get closer on Sunday’s episode, and it was given an unnecessary amount of screen time. 

We already know that Swaggy is regretting his time with Bayliegh because now he’s seen as part of a pair in the house, and that creates a huge target. 

Sam met up with Kaitlyn to dish the goodies about her power, and Kaitlyn agreed to leave her off the block. Instead, she said her plan was to nominate Winston and Scottie, and backdoor Swaggy. 

To the people she didn’t trust as much, she said her target was Winston, but with Kaitlyn, there’s no telling where her loyalty really lies. She’s been a bit all over the place of late. 

Before we got to the nominations, we learned that Rachel was the least trending houseguest and that meant she had a reviewer yelling insults about her gameplay for 24 hours. 

Tyler was the most trending houseguest and won a power that allowed him to avoid going on the block once in the next eight weeks. 

In the end, Kaitlyn nominated Scottie and Winston, putting the first part of her plan in motion. 

What did you think of the latest twists and turns?

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