Today is the last normally scheduled veto meeting of the summer, however, we’re not going to be in for any surprises.
After Josh nominated Alex and Kevin for eviction, Alex thought that she’d be safe if her or Paul were to end up winning the veto. When Paul did end up winning that veto, she was convinced that she was safe and even gloated some while alone. When she tried coming to Paul about who they’re taking to the final three with them, Paul shut that down.
It’s been a relatively slow week when it comes to normal drama, but what to do with the veto has caused some inter-alliance drama among Paul’s main trio.
Paul was the one person other than the two nominees that had plans on using the veto, so once he won it, we had a fairly good idea as to what he was going to do. However, Josh was never entirely on board with Paul’s plan and tried to get Christmas to help him push Paul into not using the veto and just keeping the nominations the same.
Today’s veto ceremony will set the nominations in stone and has the potential to set off the first bit of real drama that we’ve had in the last couple weeks.
After Jason won the Head of Household, he nominated Matt and Raven under the guise of Kevin being the target. Jason had told Raven that he’d use the veto on her, which he actually did plan to do, but the plan ended up changing after Jason had a talk with Kevin, which means that she’s likely to be blindsided at today’s veto meeting.
It’s veto meeting day, which means that we’re going to be getting our final nominees of the week, which will give us a pretty clear picture on who will end up going home this week.
Christmas nominated Jason and Matt this week, with the plan seemingly to backdoor Mark, though they wanted to keep Jason on the block as a backup target if need be. However, that secondary plan was scrapped after Jason won the veto, ensuring his safety for the week and solidifying the original plan.
It’s been a fairly uneventful week, with the house unified against one target. It’ll be the final nail in said target’s coffin once the veto is used at today’s veto meeting.
Despite attempting to throw the competition, Matt ended up winning the veto. He might be on the block, but he doesn’t have any intention of taking himself off, as he’s the third nominee, which means that there wouldn’t be any replacement. Matt wants to ensure that Cody goes up and goes home this week.