Big Brother 19 Spoilers: Weekend Roundup – Week 8

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’s going on with this new Temptation twist. Catch up on what’s been going inside the house since the last episode.

Big Brother 19 Spoilers – Weekend 8 – Roundup:

Head of Household Comp:

Feeds returned from their lengthy downtime and it only took a few minutes for us to discover that Christmas won the “Tales From Decrypt” HoH comp. Seems that a worthwhile Feeds block, huh? Sheesh.

So Christmas is safe and Mark is in danger. If he didn’t pull of this win he was going to be in trouble either way, but his game isn’t done just yet. Along with Veto there was an extra opportunity to sway the game. Read More >>

Temptation Twist:

We don’t know the official name yet, so let’s just use Apple Tree Temptation for now. This latest installment in the Summer of Temptations has five apples on the tree in the foyer. So far it sounds like there will be three rounds of it and the first one is over.

There are five separate temptations: second Veto, eliminate 2 votes, bounty on your head, can’t play in next HoH, and save a friend.

Mark had the chance to do the first blind pick and his selection ended up being the “save a friend” power. Too bad for Mark it wasn’t “save yourself.” Mark used the power to benefit Paul and HGs assumed that was because Paul was likely already safe with Christmas in charge. Read More >>

Nominations:

Christmas had to make two picks for her nominations and since they’re trying for a Backdoor on Mark she went with Matthew and Jason as her two pawns. Christmas was discussing her speech later and mentioned something about “I don’t like you Matt and Jason, you’re guilty by association.”

Matthew later speculated with Raven that in the worst case scenario he’d be able to get votes from her, Paul, and Josh to get to a tie and then he’d hope for Christmas to keep him. The dangerous life of the cereal chomper. Read More >>

Have Nots:

Christmas, as Head of Household, was given the task to choose Have Nots and she went with Mark and Josh. And they were pretty light-hearted about it as they jokingly snuggled up in a Have Not bed, declaring themselves “Mosh.”

Power of Veto:

During the veto draw, Christmas chose Raven to play via HG choice. Joining them, along with the noms, were Mark and Paul. Mark’s name being drawn had people scrambling for a new target in case he were to win the veto. Paul decided on Jason as the new target.

It was a late-night Power of Veto competition that followed a visit from Zing Bot. From what we gathered from the Live Feeds, it was the slippery fill-the-bowl competition that has always been reserved for HOH competitions. In the end, it was Jason who won the Power of Veto, so he will be able to remove himself from the block and Christmas will be able to name Mark as the replacement nominee. Mark sees the writing on the wall and even told Christmas “at least I got to compete” (instead of getting a true backdoor). 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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