The feeds finally returned after being down for more than 24 hours while an eviction was taped, a head of household was played, nominations were made, and the veto competition was played. All of the leaks over the last 24 hours were confirmed and we also found out who the likely evictee for Thursday will be, as well as who Paul is planning on taking to the final two with him.
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Now that we’re closing in on the finale, the plans that each of the houseguests put into place are coming to fruition, which means that there will be less and less game talk as we get further down the road. We’ll still get some final three management going, trying to make sure that they’ll be taken to final two, but that will be the most of it. There was also the veto ceremony, which locked in the nominations for the week and gave us a good idea as to who is being nominated.
We’re less than 48 hours away from the surprise eviction and a little over a week until the finale, which means that the final moves of the season are being made and plans being hammered out. The bulk of what we have to look forward to today is Paul telling Alex that he’s not saving her and Josh deciding whether or not to expose Paul’s actual game to Alex.
It’s veto competition day in the Big Brother house, which means that we’ll learn whether a big move or not can even be attempted this week. What could also throw a wrench in things is if Alex were to win, as everyone fears her now that they’re down to the final five and she’s been able to win so many competitions. We’re also sure to get much more insight from Josh via camtalks.
We’re down to the final five now, which means that game talk is going to start to slow down now, but the game talk that is discussed will be all the more interesting now that close allies will begin to consider turning on each other if they want a shot at winning the game, which is exactly what we saw with Josh earlier today.