For the second straight week whatever is left of the Hive alliance is in power, this time with Faysal winning HoH. But he already may have screwed up the week for….his alliance?
Sunday’s episode picks up with the slip and slide Head of Household competition in full swing. In real time, the competition was over in about 25 minutes and Fessy slides his way into power.
JC is happier than Haleigh over Fessy’s HoH win but not for the reason you may think. He wants to run Faysal’s week because Fessy has been listening to him all season, so this really shouldn’t be any different. Right?
Fessy and JC meet in the storage room, where JC lies and says Scottie voted to evict Rockstar. During Faysal’s HoH room reveal, he asks the entire house who the vote was. Scottie says it was him. But Brett lies and tries to frame Scottie.
JC realizes what every live feed and the casual viewer knows: Faysal is easy to control. He tells Fessy that Scottie wants him out in order to get Haleigh all to himself, which is a lie. In reality, Fessy has already decided to put Scottie up this week, so JC’s “plan” didn’t really work.
Feeling bad for Scottie, Haleigh informs him he could be going on the block. Scottie tries to go and talk to Fessy and reinforces he was not the vote to send Rockstar home. Faysal doesn’t buy it and says he in the DR he is putting up Scottie up. He really shouldn’t have..
At the nomination ceremony, Fessy goes through with his plans to nominate Scottie and Brett. He might have cemented himself as the worst player in Big Brother history. Yes, even dumber than Maven from last year’s show. You just can’t write a script at how bad Hive is at this game, can you?
The best part? Scottie’s Diary Room stating the obvious:
Will Scottie or Brett save themselves with the Power of Veto? Find out when Big Brother continues on Wednesday night at 8/7c on CBS. If you can’t wait until then, head to our spoilers page to find out who won the veto and if it was used.