We saw it coming since the first eviction of Big Brother 13 when we reported Keith had gone in to sequester rather than being sent home after his eviction. Soon the same happened to Cassi and eventually Dominic. This week CBS is ready to put the next twist in to action and give one of the first four evicted HGs a chance to return to the game. Before you ask, no, Evel Dick is not eligible since he did not go to sequester.

Yesterday some quick eyes noticed CBS had reactivated their America’s Vote page for Big Brother (back to inactive at time of publishing) and featured details on the season’s new twist. The voting, which should begin after tonight’s show, includes Keith, Cassi, Dominic, and either Brendon or Jordan, depending on tonight’s eviction.

Borrowing yet another storyline from Survivor this season, the evictee with the most votes get a chance to re-enter the game. “But first” that HG will have to face off against next week’s evicted HG in a “Redemption Island” style battle to decide who returns and who goes on home. While it’d be entertaining to see a newly evicted Daniele, should things not go her way this week, have to face off against Dominic, does anyone think he wouldn’t throw the competition to her? Find out next Thursday.

Read on to see the screencaps for CBS’s testing with both Brendon and Jordan as tonight’s evictees. Who do you want to see return? Once tonight’s eviction is final we’ll post an unofficial poll to see who is most likely to get a chance at returning.

Update: Now that Brendon has been evicted we’ve got a poll for you. Who do you want to have a chance at returning next week?

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Big Brother 13 America's Vote featuring Jordan

Big Brother 13 America's Vote featuring Brendon

Source: @catladygazette
Image credit: IHateBigBrother.com


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