Welder Sam Bledsoe missed out on a spot in the final four after she was sent to the jury house in a special Wednesday night eviction.
Wednesday’s show picks up following Angela’s nominations of JC and Sam. We see JC feeling all alone and the rest of Level 6 upstairs laughing. Kind of cruel, surely? JC tells Tyler that he feels all along in the game and is trying to tug on his heartstrings before the Veto competition.
The Veto competition sees the houseguests going out to a medieval maze and complete it in the fastest time. Sam took 30 minutes and JC had 10 minutes. Kaycee had a time of 5:35 and Tyler was 6:36, giving Kaycee her third straight veto win.
To no one’s surprise, Kaycee did not use the PoV, finalizing the nominations. At the vote and eviction, Kaycee and Tyler voted to send Sam out the door and to the jury house.
Following her exit, Sam spoke to host Julie Chen Moonves about her time in the house and admitted she was surprised to be out.
“Tyler always said he had my back in a final two and JC is kind of annoying. I don’t think any differently of Tyler or any of them.”
When asked about why she felt so alone in the house, Sam said: “I think I did it to myself. But I guess I’m so different. I was not prepared for this experience but it has been life changing. I’m honored to have been a part of it.”
It was time to crown a new Head of Household and it was the most important one of the summer. The winner would guarantee themselves a spot in the final three and will be allowed to play in the final HoH of the season.
The classic “What the Bleep?” competition saw JC, Tyler, and Kaycee facing off. After seven rounds of questions, JC correctly answered five questions and secured his spot in the final three. Looks like the dream of Level 6 reaching the final three are dead.
Who will JC nominate for eviction, who will win the Power of Veto, and who will be evicted? Find out Thursday night in the final eviction episode of the season at 8/7c with host Julie Chen Mooves.