So much happened in the Sunday’s episode of Big Brother that there was not even enough for the introduction montage of the season’s houseguests. Heck, there isn’t even enough time for a lead to this article. So let’s jump straight into it.
Sunday’s episode kicks off with the houseguests competing in the Head of Household competition. Whatever is left of FOUTTE is shocked once again after being blindsided for the third straight week. We see the fallout of Brett’s lie that Rockstar came to him and wanted to flip the vote.
“It’s really simple why I chose to target Rockstar,” Brett says in the Diary Room. “I can’t stand her.”
I don’t think Brett or Rockstar will be sending each other any Christmas cards this year. Anyway, back to the HoH competition and fans are seeing a much different Sam than before. Gone is the shy, sweet woman and in comes this cocky and overconfident woman.
Sam says in the Diary Room that she wants to win the HoH because she can have a say in who gets a chance to return to the game with her power app. That is a decision she may end up regretting by the end of the week.
Rockstar is the first to fall and she is followed by Bayliegh, Angela, and Rachel. Haleigh and JC drop next, leaving Tyler, Kaitlyn, Kaycee, and Sam left to battle it out. Kaitlyn and Kaycee fall and despite Sam claiming she can “be up there all night” she screams (literally) at Tyler to jump off, who does. So now Sam is the new HoH in a week that could all be meaningless.
For the first time this season we get the HoH room reveal. Sam tells the entire house she is not doing one on one meetings and that it is her room and no one is allowed inside unless she is there. To make things worse she said she doesn’t want anyone to campaign until after the Power of Veto competition.
Let the HoH dictatorship begin!
Rockstar still hasn’t let the Brett thing go. So she takes a page right out of BB19 winner Josh Martinez’s handbook to bang some pots and pans around him. But the move backfires as Brett really isn’t too bothered by it.
The controversial moment of the show came when JC and Bayleigh were discussing derogatory words and both were offended by the use of them. We won’t get too deep into this area of the show, you’ll just have to watch the online clips for the entire story.
At the nomination ceremony, Sam put Haleigh and Kaitlyn on the block for eviction this week. But its not who she put up but the reason she did. In the Diary Room, Sam made her reasons crystal clear.
“Kaitlyn and Haleigh are always hanging all over the guys. I think that sort of gameplay is cheap and it’s the easy way,” she said.
Haleigh and Kaitlyn break down in tears in the Diary Room, with Haleigh so upset she is unable to speak.
Who will win the Power of Veto and will it be used to save Kaitlyn or Haleigh? Find out if the Power of Veto is used when Big Brother 20 continues on Wednesday at 9/8c on CBS. If you can’t wait until Wednesday, head over to our spoilers page to find out who won the veto and if it was used.