The Hive has been one of the most in the dark alliances in Big Brother history.
Faysal admitted as much at the top of the latest episode and said that it was time for him to make some big decisions as he attempted to keep himself and showmance, Haleigh safe from the block.
Even when the alliance is given the power, they squander it, or some twist derails it. We picked up with the HOH competition following Rockstar’s eviction.
Tyler also knew that now the battle lines had been drawn, he needed to win the HOH competition because one of Level Six would very likely be going out the door the following week if not.
JC knew that he was not winning the competition, so he went for the $ 5000 prize instead of the HOH prize.
It came down to Tyler, Scottie, and Faysal, but Faysal was the one who slid into victory. JC noticed that this was an opportunity to get some manipulating carried out.
JC has been close with Faysal all season long, but he is yet to be upfront with his friend. It could be argued that JC is not really friends with Faysal.
Fessy told Haleigh he was going after any of the men in the house because they are having far too much power in the game and not being as loyal to him as he hoped.
Haleigh worried about putting Scottie up because she saw him as a number for their side of the house. Fessy worried because there was just one vote to save Rockstar, and both Brett and Scottie claimed to be that vote.
Scottie remained loyal and voted to keep Rockstar, but Brett claiming he was the one who voted to save Rockstar was infinitely more convincing.
Scottie was the one who, just a few weeks ago, voted Swaggy C out of the house while wearing a t-shirt with the wannabe’s name.
The disagreement between Fessy and Haleigh also showed us that there was a clear division in the alliance and that Fessy was swayed more towards JC’s line of thinking.
Scottie continued to put a target on himself by arguing with Kaycee, saying “You’re a b– —t actor.”
JC continued to try and get Scottie on the block by saying to Haleigh that Scottie is in love with her an wants to get Faysal out of the house.
“Why are we going to risk potentially going for the only other person that we maybe have?” Haleigh said in the Diary Room as she questioned whether his move was going to derail their game further.
Fessy proved he was stupid by putting Brett up next to Scottie. If he put up two Level Six members, it would have given The Hive a much-needed jolt of life.
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