Big Brother 19 Spoilers: Weekend Roundup – Week 7

Another weekend of events, competitions, and spoilers on Big Brother 19 is wrapping up as we’re close to being all set for this week’s final nominations for eviction on Thursday night. Read on to find out what all you may have missed since the last eviction.

Jason goes X-treme on Big Brother 19

Alex had just taken over as the new Head of Household on Thursday night while ignoring Raven’s pleading for her to throw the competition and share the power this week. Now it’s up to Alex to take the lead and execute the group’s plan to target Cody.

Big Brother 19 Spoilers – Weekend 7 – Roundup:

Temptation Competition:

Step one in getting Cody out was to make sure he didn’t win another week of safety. Everyone but Christmas and Alex participated in what should be an interesting one to watch as it sounds like a group effort was involved.

In the end Cody wasn’t able to pull off the win for safety though as that went to Mark, this week’s back up target. Coming in last place was Matthew who had previously wavered in his commitment to secure the last spot on the Block in case Cody went in that direction. Once Mark took himself off the options list that left Alex with a more complicated choice. Read More >>


Originally Alex wanted to get Mark and Elena on the Block but with Mark winning the Temptation safety she needed a new plan and that took her to Elena plus an alternate. Paul actually offered to go up but Jason declined and said he wanted to go instead because he was sure it’d be a physical comp and he could win it. Good grief. Well that made it easy for Alex.

Alex decided to go with Jason and Elena for her nominees. They soon joined Matthew, the week’s 3rd nominee, on the Block. Read More >>

Have Nots:

No Have-Nots this week and Elena ended her duty on Friday night. HGs were expecting Alex to have to pick someone to join Cody and Josh, who volunteered to share the HN room with Cody in hopes of tormenting him. Paul and Mark did a rock-paper-scissors game to decide which of them would take the last spot. I’ll let you guess who won, because it won’t be a surprised.

Update: HNs were finally delivered midday Sunday. Paul, Mark, Kevin, & Jason are the HNs this week for being the first ones out in the HoH comp. Since Christmas is attached to Paul, more on that below, she has to sleep in the HN room too until their time together is up.

Power of Veto:

Here was Cody’s last chance for safety, but unlike the Temptation comp he had to hope for a chance at playing. Only two spots were drawn to play and he failed to show up for either of them. Instead, Mark and Paul were selected to play.

It was a short run and we soon discovered that it was the prize swap competition. Matthew walked away with the Veto prize while Elena won but took $5K. Yes, she was on the Block but took cash instead. Mark won a trip for two to Colorado.

The rest were punishments with Paul getting a suit-for-two which he picked to share with Christmas. He has to stay attached to Christmas for 48-hours in a sky-diving tandem costume. Jason got a solo costume for X-Treme and has to react accordingly when Big Brother calls him. Alex got a bad one. She’s dressed up as a park ranger for the next week, carry camping gear the whole time, and set up camp including cooking hot dogs every time Big Brother plays a bugle call. Ouch. Read More >>

Gallery: Big Brother Punishments & Costumes

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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