A special Friday episode was teased during last week’s double eviction episode, but no further details were given. However, we have managed to learn some details since last Thursday.
Julie gave no details at all during last Thursday’s show, which left the fans to speculate and brew on all the different possibilities of what it could mean. Most fans were figuring it would have to do with a jury buyback, even though there would only be four jurors after this Thursday instead of the usual five like previous buybacks. However, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Victor came out of the DR today with an announcement from Big Brother, but the feeds were cut before he went into details. We only learned about the announcement from houseguests talking about it once the feeds returned.
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They’ll be getting a concert in the backyard from Ziggy Marley that involves carnival games and food. Those carnival games are said to include “prizes and perks”, but no other detail was given. This is how we learned that the backyard party had to do with Friday’s episode. While speculating about prizes, Paul told Victor that it could be $5,000 cash prizes since it’s going to be apart of a “special episode”.
This might let a lot of you down that were expecting a jury buyback this week, but that doesn’t mean that it won’t be happening at all. If Paulie doesn’t have the round trip ticket, it’s likely that the jury buyback would be the following week, as the previous jury buybacks involved the first five jurors. Once the feeds return from the backyard party and we learn about what the prizes and perks were, we’ll be sure to keep you all updated.
Update: “Big Brother is throwing the ultimate summer bash with a county fair themed special episode, Friday, August 19 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Houseguests will have the opportunity to compete for prizes, perks and power, and seven-time Grammy-winning reggae artist Ziggy Marley stops by to surprise the houseguests with a performance of his single “Weekend’s Long,” from his new self-titled sixth studio album”