Tonight on Big Brother the Final Three Houseguests will face off in Round 1 of the last HoH competition of the season for a shot at the half-million dollar prize. CBS is airing this episode Friday at 8PM ET/PT so don’t let it’s odd night get past you.
Once Caleb walked out the door on Wednesday’s eviction the F3 HGs were left waiting, but soon the endurance competition was held and it was a pretty cool one. If you’re waiting to see it play out tonight then do not read our spoilers on it, but I will say they lasted longer than last season’s HGs in their comp!
As for other content, we may get to see the Memory Lane event which took place in the house yesterday morning. The Final 3 sits around and discusses all the big events of the season. Like that time Derrick shut down a big move, or that other time Derrick didn’t let the guys go through with another big move. I’m kidding and sure they can find plenty of events to look over. It might not have been the most wild season, but it’s had its moments.
Jury, Jury, Jury. I know most fans are chomping at the bit for some Jury House action and I am too. Hopefully tonight we get those scenes. I believe the Jury round table might have been held last night which would be cutting it close for getting it include tonight, but maybe we’ll get lucky.
Tonight’s special episode might feature this segment which would require some really quick turn around considering it just happened, but they might be able to do it. At least I hope they do.
No word on who hosted the session, but I wouldn’t be surprised for Dr. Will’s return or maybe another Dan visit. Of course they’ve also got Jeff on retainer so that wouldn’t be a shocker either.
Interesting thing about these photos is they reveal where the Jury round table debate took place this season. I would have assumed they were at the Jury House. Nope. They’re on the CBS studio lot right around the corner from Studio 18, the home of Big Brother. Random, but I thought it was noteworthy. Yes, they have oddly out of place regular neighborhood style homes right in the middle of the lot.
Derrick Levasseur has been playing the most strategic game of the summer on Big Brother but he may soon be facing his biggest decision yet. With two Final Two deals left in the game someone may have to be betrayed.
Derrick and Cody formed their Hitmen alliance long ago this season and it’s paid off ten fold for them. Now both guys sit just one, maybe two steps from locking down as much as $600K between them. Oh but then there’s Victoria.
All season Derrick has nurtured his Victoria-flower. He’s kept her safe and fed her enough attention to make sure she stayed in his corner. She’s solid with him to the end. So what’s Derrick going to do?
Next up in Round 2 the two players who dropped out of the hang gliding themed endurance comp will face off in a competition that we expect to feature memory recall of the entire season with a strong physical challenge behind it. These are typically not easy comps and the added-in physical element is enough to get your heart pumping and up the stress factor.
It’s definitely that time of the year when the Big Brother 16 Live Feeds slow way down. With only three house guests left (who actually get along), there’s not a lot going on. For example, one of the most entertaining moments of the day was a game of hide and seek. Find out what else happened on the Big Brother Feeds in the house yesterday.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Thursday, September 18, 2014:
Loyalty may have been Caleb Reynold’s greatest strength and worst enemy as a Houseguest on Big Brother this season. He joined the Bomb Squad alliance in the first few days of the game and rode it out to the end even as its only passenger with a solid trust in Derrick. Unfortunately for his game, when Frankie was gone so was his role in the alliance.
Luckily for Caleb he keeps in mind that it was all just a game after being voted out in fourth place this week on BB16 and following his former ally Frankie out the door.
In our interview Caleb discusses that whole Amber situation, what changed for him when she left, who he hopes to see in the Final Two, and much more.
Matthew Boyer – Big Brother Network (BBN): If you had won the Power of Veto & had the only vote, would you have done the same thing and voted Cody out?
Caleb Reynolds: Yes.
BBN: What was going on for you with Amber at the start of the season?
Caleb: You know, just getting to talk to a girl that shared similarities with a similar lifestyle growing up. And her being amazingly gorgeous. All around, just made me want to get to know her more.
BBN: Once Amber was evicted you seemed to be an entirely different HG. Compare your game style/approach between when Amber was in the house and when she was gone. What changed for you?
Caleb: I would say when Amber was in the house I was probably more worried about pleasing her and being a gentleman to kind of win her over. When she left, I was not interested in anyone else like that so I got to open up and be myself more.
BBN: Given the chance to start the season over and form a new alliance with two other Houseguests, who would you pick?