Big Brother 19 Veto Meeting Plans Week 8

The Power of Veto ceremony is coming up later today and even though there have been a few talks here and there about new upcoming targets, little seems to have changed this week.

Mark wonders about plans on Big Brother 19

Mark remains the house target and when Jason uses the veto on himself today, Christmas will most definitely nominate Mark in his place, making the final nominations for the week Matthew and Mark.

There were a few moments when Christmas pretended to entertain the idea of going a different route this week, but in the end, it comes back to Mark. Flashback to Sunday, 6:05 BBT to find Mark talking to Christmas and Josh about saving him this week. Mark pitched to them that he’d got to bat for them for the remainder of the game and reminded them that he is not only 100 percent alone now, but he’ll always be a bigger target than themselves.

Much like Cody’s argument, Mark said going after him this week is too easy. He told Christmas and Josh there are targets bigger than him in he house, namely Alex. Mark reminded them how strong a competitor she is and how much pull she has with Jason and Paul.

Christmas promised Mark she’d think things over before the veto ceremony but after Mark left, Josh and Christmas agreed that Mark is still the one that has to go this week. Mark did, however, seemingly move Alex’s spot in the eviction order to the front of the line after Mark (as far as Christmas and Josh are concerned — Paul’s thoughts will likely be another story).

We’ll be watching for the Veto Ceremony later this afternoon and will have the spoiler results then. What do you think of Christmas’s Veto meeting plans? Which way do you think things will go today?

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