Cody has won his second head of household competition of the season, once again ensuring the committee remain in control of the house, as they have all summer long.
This week’s competition gave houseguest the choice of playing for power, prizes or both. The comp took the form of a mini putting challenge. Each houseguest had 3 balls which they could use to attempt their lowest score to win either $10k, the HoH or both.
The putting green had two sides, on one, you’re playing for the HOH, and on the other, you’re playing for a the chance to take home a $10,000 grand prize. Houseguest were allowed to split their shots however they liked, and whoever won the money does so in secret.
Memphis was first up, after Dani played her replay power, allowing the previous HoH to play in this weeks competition. He chose not to try for either prize as he didn’t want to be HoH again and didn’t want to have to lie about the money to his alliance. Dani, in no rush to become HoH, went straight for the money, securing a good score. Tyler was up next aiming to take home the HoH and the $10,000. Kevin was next with with 5 to become he next HoH, however – wanting to improve on this score he then took another shot which went out of bounds, thus wiping out his 5 and knocking him out of the competition. David came in with a score of 7; as he attempted to clinch his first HoH comp win.
However, it wasn’t to be as Cody swooped in to secure the win – scoring a 2 to win this week’s HoH.
Dani and Tyler tied for the cash and therefore it was split between them, meaning each takes home $5k.
There was much talk about Cody making a big move, and putting up Christmas – alas it wasn’t to be and to the surprise of no one, Cody chose to nominate Kevin and David.
Who will win the Power of Veto – and what impact, if any, will the “Neighbour next door” twist have on it? Tune in to CBS, Wednesday at 8/7c to find out and stick with Big Blagger for the latest.