Big Brother 19 Veto Meeting Plans Week 10

Paul makes his next move on Big Brother 19

The Big Brother 19 Houseguests are preparing for the Veto Meeting later this afternoon and while the targeted pair is blissfully unaware the trio in charge continues to struggle with getting their group on board for today’s decision.

Jason and Alex are on the Big Brother Block right now and both are expecting Kevin to be the target. After last night’s Nominations episode it actually did seem pretty clear from Christmas’s speech that she was going after Jason while Alex was a pawn, but somehow it didn’t sink in. Today probably won’t change that perception.

Paul has the Veto and he is planning to save Alex so Christmas can renom Kevin making him and Jason the final noms of Week 10 in Big Brother 19. This works out great for Paul’s endgame but Josh knows it and isn’t happy about that.

Since Saturday we’ve heard Josh voicing reasonable concerns that Paul is fulfilling his part of the promise to Alex and Jason by opening a spot on the Block for Kevin to go up, but that leaves Josh to do Paul’s dirty work of getting out Jason. Josh wants Paul to leave Noms as they are to make it clear that it isn’t just Josh working to split up Alex and Jason. That isn’t going to happen though.

Christmas has been taking Josh’s concerns, most but not all of them, back to Paul and they are both getting frustrated with Josh. Paul has Christmas agreeing (not necessarily the same as convinced) to let him save Alex so she’ll renom Kevin. He also has her agreeing to let him tie the vote and shifting all the blame for Jason’s eviction on to her, Josh, and Raven.

While Paul has occasionally offered Josh that he’d not use the Veto if it really upsets Josh it’s unlikely that Paul was sincere and wouldn’t have simply turned it back around to telling Josh why that’s such a bad idea (for Paul’s game). Josh doesn’t like this plan and it isn’t going to sit well with him, but he doesn’t have any actual control over the situation.

Using the Veto on Alex today really is Paul’s best move. He’s going to do it and he should. This way he doesn’t lose Jason’s confidence or Alex’s trust in the next round thanks to the cover it provides. Jason will leave the meeting thinking he could still be okay, but he’s not. Jason remains the target and Alex is in danger for the next round with the Double Eviction arriving Thursday night.


  • Paul has the Veto, Christmas handles any renom
  • Alex & Jason expect Paul to save Alex as part of a fake plan to evict Kevin
  • Josh is upset at Paul for this move & doesn’t want it to happen
  • Paul will use the Veto on Alex, Christmas will renom Kevin
  • Jason & Kevin are expected to be the final noms this week
  • Jason is the target

We’ll be watching for the Veto Ceremony later this afternoon and will have the spoiler results then. What do you think of Paul’s Veto meeting plans? Will he go through with his plan or bend to Josh’s concerns and leave nominations the same?

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