‘Big Brother 18’ Spoilers: Weekend Roundup Week 10| August 28, 2016 at 3:30 PM EST
There was another HoH cliffhanger but on top of that we were waiting to find out which Juror would win the Jury Battle Back to return to the game. Now we’ve got our seventh HG, a new alliance forming, and a whole stack of results for you below.
Jury Battle Back: With Victor joining the other four evicted HGs this looked to be some stiff competition depending on what comp we they would face. This year it was another combo’d Jury & HoH battle set to The Wall which had me thinking we might see a lighter, smaller HG take the win over a bigger HG like Victor or Paulie. As it turned out those were the final two of the group after Da’Vonne and Zakiyah appear to have willingly dropped soon after the comp ended then Bridgette fell as well.
Victor ended up outlasting Paulie by just a minute so he was sure he won his way back in but had no hopes of hanging on as long as the others. Read More >>
Head of Household: There were only four regular Houseguests competing since both Michelle and Natalie had to wait on the sidelines. Corey was the first to drop then Paul hung in there for a long, long time but it all came down to Nicole and James. They traded promises of safety but Corey noted it looked like James was struggling and instead of landing his fourth Wall win he dropped and Nicole took the crown. Read More >>
America’s Care Package: This week’s ACP offered a $5K bribe to be used for any one action this next week and the agreement would be binding. No accepting the cash then going back on the deal. This was definitely not the big power Paul had been hoping to see but he got another surprise when Corey landed the prize instead. Considering Corey was the lowest ranked active HG in our poll for awhile I’m surprised by the outcome, but his association with Nicole no doubt helped his chances.
Corey has still not decided how to use his ACP power and so far there doesn’t seem to be much of a need for it this week. He has until the next HoH comp to put it in to play so maybe he’ll figure something out. Otherwise the power and the $5,000 vanishes. Read More >>
Nominations: Nicole’s initial plan was to put Michelle and James on the Block. Michelle is her target this week so there was no question on that pick for her but Nicole started to get nervous about so openly going against her deal with James after agreeing to safety for him in the HoH comp. Then again when has James kept a Wall promise anyway?
All the same, Nicole decided to pitch a new idea to her new allies Paul and Victor. They accepted and Paul went on the Block alongside Michelle who remains the target. Read More >>
Power of Veto: It was the return of the Stay / Fold PoV comp this week and Michelle’s game was on the line. From what we heard it may have come down to Michelle and Nicole so both had to suspect this was the deciding event for the week’s plans. Nicole pulled off the win and locked down her target. Paul was consumed with paranoia but Victor was quick to calm worries for both him and Nicole and Corey. Read more >>
Right now it looks like Nicole will not use the Veto at Monday’s Ceremony. Paul and Michelle should expect to stay on the Block and head to Thursday’s vote where Nicole has promised Victor and Paul that she would tiebreak against Michelle to the surprise of James and Natalie. Actually, they probably won’t be surprised because Nicole doesn’t want to do a blindside which is probably the right move to make. Busy week ahead.
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