Faysal’s move of getting out his own ally in Scottie is coming back to bite him this week and that bite is hurting in Wednesday night’s show after failing to win the Power of Veto he couldn’t afford to lose.
Wednesday’s episode picks up following Angela’s nominations of Faysal and Haleigh. Angela confirms what we’ve all known in her Diary Room session and says Fessy is the target this week and saying Level 6 is not all too concerned with Haleigh.
Fessy also realizes he was wrong for sending Scottie home last week. Duh Fessy, anyone could have told you that. Oh wait, Haleigh did. Faysal goes to JC and asks him if he wins the veto if he will use it to save him. But JC does not really answer. That should have been another red flag. But Fessy is going to be Fessy.
The Veto Competition is all about catching. That’s right up the alley for both Fessy and Kaycee since they are both football players. So it’s not surprising when they are the two who did the best in the competition. Fessy finished with 32 points but Kaycee had 33, making her the winner.
It becomes obvious that the veto will not be used this week and Haleigh decides to mingle with the other side of the house. This does not sit well with a jealous Faysal and basically gets upset with Haleigh for hanging out with the other houseguests.
At the veto meeting, Kaycee decides to not use the Power of Veto. This means Faysal is likely to be headed out the door on Thursday night and straight into the Battle Back competition to fight to return to the house.
Will Faysal be evicted from the Big Brother house or will he find a way to save himself? Find out Thursday LIVE at 9/8c on CBS with host Julie Chen for the next eviction of the season.