Tyler wins Power of Veto as Rachel turns herself into the target

 Tyler wins Power of Veto as Rachel turns herself into the target

Tyler Crispen playing Veto Comp – “Goodber Drive” on Big Brother. BIG BROTHER follows a group of people living together in a house outfitted with 94 HD cameras and 113 microphones, recording their every move 24 hours a day. The series airs Sundays (8:00-9:00PM, ET/P/T) Wednesdays and Thursdays (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Best Possible Screengrab/CBS 2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Paranoia got the best of Rachel in Wednesday night’s Big Brother that she unknowingly turned herself into the target for eviction and Bayleigh has no idea, setting up what could be an explosive eviction on Thursday.

Wednesday night’s show picks up following Bayleigh’s nominations of Rachel and Brett and Rachel is not handling it well. In fact, she is spiraling out of control she refused to hug anyone after the ceremony despite knowing she isn’t the target for the week.

JC spills the beans to Bay about Faysal saying he is the reason that JC did not go on the block. This leaves Bay upset as she gets Fessy out of bed and to talk in the HoH room. She tells him that he is making it look like he’s ordering her around and no one orders her around.

Tyler goes to Bayleigh to ask who the replacement nominee will be if the veto gets used. She reassures him that he will not be on the block, which is music to his ears. It is time for the veto competition and Sam, JC, Tyler, Bayleigh, Brett, and Rachel are all playing.

Bayleigh Dayton playing Veto Comp – “Goodber Drive”

The competition sees the houseguests completing a road puzzle and it is individually timed. The player who finishes in the fastest time will win the Power of Veto. Brett finished with a time of 10:59 but Tyler finished in a whopping 6:54 and won the PoV.

Bay goes right to work, wanting Tyler to keep nominations the same. He wants to use the veto on Brett but she tells him she would nominate Angela instead, so Tyler tries to work and paint Scottie as a target.

As if the power wasn’t already going to her head, Bayleigh tells Rachel that Tyler wanted Angela up on the block. So she tells Kaycee, who refuses to believe it. Tyler and Kaycee have a talk and they realize that Rachel is trying to twist things, leaving Tyler wondering about using the veto. Rachel then tells Angela, who tells Kaycee, who tells Tyler about Bay’s Power App. Who didn’t see that coming?

Tyler decided to not use the PoV at the ceremony and Rachel has no one to blame but herself. In the DR, he says that he is going to try and save Brett because Bay can’t have everything she wants.

Will Brett or Rachel be evicted from the Big Brother house? Find out Thursday LIVE at 9/8c on CBS with host Julie Chen for the fifth eviction of the season.

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