Big Brother 19 Spoilers: Weekend Roundup – Week 10

Paul leads the Houseguests on Big Brother 19

The latest round of spoilers for Big Brother 19 this week reveal who had taken control, who is on the Block, our latest target for the week, and what went wrong with the Temptation twist. Catch up on what’s been going inside the house since the last episode of Big Brother.

Head of Household:

We didn’t get to see this one start off during Thursday’s episode due to a rain delay, but eventually results came in for who had won. It was disappointing that we didn’t get to watch this on the Feeds since the last time it was an HoH comp we were able to see it play out.

When we saw it was the running, sprinting competition it seemed obvious that Christmas wouldn’t be cleared to participate since she already announced that she was weeks away from being able to put weight on her broken foot. Oh, wait, nevermind. Magically Christmas was cleared to play and that meant everyone could throw the competition to her as planned.

Yes, Christmas won her second HoH comp and for the second time it was given to her by default when everyone else was knocked out or self-eliminated. Yikes. Read More >>

Temptation Twist:

The tree came back to life and still had its four apples remaining after no one touched it last week. However, with all the Houseguests feeling “calm as Hindu cows” thanks to Paul’s manipulation, no one was willing to take the risk of upsetting what they believed to be their clear ride to finale night.

The Tree twist closed for a second week without any takers. That’s the end of that twist. Read More >>


With Paul’s minion in charge of nominations this week he could move forward with the next stage of his plan to split up Alex and Jason. While using a repeat of last week’s premise to nominate two pawns for a Backdoor he had Christmas send Alex and Jason to the Block. Alex had willingly offered to go up, but she thought it would be against Kevin. Instead Jason joined her in the danger zone.

Jason was correct to get worried and feel the panic, but Alex continued to tell Jason it was concern over nothing. She’s completely, horribly wrong, but too late now to start opening her eyes. Off to the slaughter for you two. Read More >>

Power of Veto Competition:

Jason is the top target this week so he had one real shot at safety with the Veto. His backup chance was with Kevin getting to play, win, and then, if he was willing to upset Paul, save Jason. Well neither of those things happened.

Paul won the Veto and immediately promised Alex safety. Kevin is the expected renom. Paul is also planning to vote along with Alex to keep Jason so he can pretend to not be involved in the move to evict Jason. This is of course designed to protect his position with Jason’s Jury vote and Alex’s trust until she’s eliminated next week as well, by someone else’s hand of course. Josh is on to what Paul is doing, but Christmas is talking him down from those concerns. Sheesh. Read More >>

That should catch you up on everything since Thursday’s episode ended. The PoV Ceremony is coming up on Monday and we’ll get the latest results when it’s over.

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