Tonight on Big Brother 16 the spoiler results for this week’s Rewind eviction voting and Head of Household competition will be revealed as two HGs face possible elimination before the latest twist hits and sends the F5 back to the starting line. It’s a special night and 8PM ET time for this week’s live show.
HGs think someone could still get voted out tonight, but unless we get an insanely fast rush of DE-styled comps it’s more likely there just won’t be an eviction this week. That means we’ll get the F5 to stay for another round and it’ll start off with a new Head of Household competition.
Julie opens the show mentioning the Rewind events for tonight and does not say anything about the eviction, so I think we won’t see anyone going home tonight.
The show is running through clips of the HGs sweating the button. We get a mix of DRs including one of Derrick saying he is hoping Victoria is the one going to Jury this week and that she goes there happy with him so he’ll stick close to her and be her friend.
Ahh, finally. Jury House footage. HGs celebrating Zach’s bday and they got him a new pink hat. There is much rejoicing. Now we’re building up to them seeing Christine walk in the door behind Nicole.
Donny is NOT holding back and giving Christine some serious Zings. Hayden asks Christine if she has a thing for dinosaurs now. Donny asks if she has a lawyer. Ouch! Jurors cheer when Christine says she was loudly boo’d when she step out the front door.
Now it’s time for the live voting with only 3 minutes left on the Rewind countdown timer. Julie asks the nominees to give their plea speeches. Let’s see how far this goes…
Julie says it’s time to vote. Derrick is first but can’t get in the DR door. The countdown hits zero, a siren goes off, and the lights start flashing. There will be no vote. Julie leaves them without saying what happens next.
Big Brother 16 Week 11 Votes:
Caleb votes to evict: … Derrick votes to evict: …
No voting tonight. Julie tells the HGs to hold tight and she’ll get back to them with more details.
Julie tells the HGs about the Rewind. They’ll go back to the start of the HoH comp and do the whole week over, but here’s the kicker: it’s all the SAME competitions again. Gee, I wonder how it’ll turn out. Oh and Cody has to wear his dino suit again.
Big Brother 16 Week 12 Head of Household Comp – “Seed Saw”:
- RESULTS! Who won HoH tonight spoilers!
We’ll keep watching for confirmation of the winner or maybe even the comp itself if they show it on the Live Feeds.
Julie also confirms the Veto comp will be the same “Freak Show” comp again, but I don’t know if it’ll be the same comp theme or even the same six “freaks.”
Upcoming episodes include Sunday @ 8PM ET/PT, a special eviction show on Tuesday @ 8PM ET/PT, ANOTHER eviction show live on Wednesday @ 8PM ET/PT, & yet another show on Friday at 8PM. Wow!
Jump on your Live Feeds NOW or get the Free Trial & watch to find out what happens next!
Don’t stray too far because we’ll have a LOT more Big Brother updates very soon. Depending on how the adjusted schedule runs, we should have the nomination results tomorrow so watch for those spoilers. This is the game that never rests and neither does our coverage!
We’ve been discussing this since the Big Brother Rewind button was revealed and trying to make sense of what is going to happen. I’ve put this out there already today, but just to make it very clear, I do not think either nominee will be sent out to meet with Julie. Nor do I see any of the other three remaining HGs being evicted tonight.
The countdown timer hits at 8:35PM ET which times up nicely with the normal voting time in the live shows. Then you’ve got Dan Gheesling arriving to do an on-stage interview with Julie which could perfectly fit in the space normally held by the evicted HG interview.
Originally I speculated we’d get a Double Eviction style show with all the comps of the week redone right there in the hour, but if they’re not starting the twist until 25 minutes left to go there’s just no way. Instead we’ll get a normal live show just without the eviction part of it. The HoH competition will be held again just like it was last Thursday night when Caleb, Cody, Frankie, and Victoria faced off for the big power.
So Cody and Victoria fans can stand down. I expect you’ll have another week to enjoy both of them in the Big Brother house, but just in case I’m wrong (it happens… frequently) be sure to join us tonight at 8PM ET (7PM CT) as we live recap the show.
The president’s address won’t air until 9PM ET so no overlap to worry about there either.
This week’s Power of Veto competition, which won’t matter at all, was the always popular face mash-up competition where HGs had to figure out which of their fellow competitors were squashed together. Sometimes these look easier than other times but I always think I’d do awful at it. Then again I’m not spending my days staring at the Memory Wall like they should be at this stage.
CBS posted all six of the “Freakshow” composite photos for us to take a closer look to pick out their features. Some are definitely easier than others but overall this looked like a tough competition. Do you think you could have solved each one in under a minute to beat Frankie and win the Power of Veto?
The Big Brother Rewind clock is counting down to 8:35PM ET, right in the middle of tonight’s live show. When the time hits zero we’ll be knee deep in the show and right around the time when the live voting would normally begin. That tells me we’ll either see the results nullified or the voting just skipped.
All five of the Houseguest will head to the backyard and prepare for the next Head of Household competition, but not everyone can compete. Yes, Frankie can compete. No, Derrick can not.
Since Frankie’s reign as HoH is erased through the twist he can not be considered the outgoing HoH, but Derrick would as he’d be the last HoH on the books with his Double Eviction win last week.
That means we’ll see Caleb, Cody, Frankie, and Victoria face off to win HoH. One of those four players will win the power to set the nominations and the week will begin again. Who do you most hope to see win the Head of Household competition tonight? Vote in our poll & share your thoughts.
Frankie leads the pack with the most HoH wins and has won the past three straight competitions. Can he keep that momentum going and secure his safety without the Veto? We’ll find out tonight at 8PM ET!
For the past few days Derrick and Victoria have been planning her exit strategy and it’s been all about boosting his game to get him to the end. She knows her run is over but as a gift to her friend she’ll do what she can to help get him to the end. Yesterday Victoria cranked it up and poured the fake drama all over Frankie.
Jump to 4:32PM BBT 9/9 as Victoria and Frankie arrive in the HoH room to discuss what’s got Victoria upset. Victoria just had a talk again with Derrick and she’s been caught up on their latest discussions. Now alone with Frankie she goes in to dramatic detail as to why she’s so upset with Derrick and how much he has betrayed her trust.
Victoria tells Frankie that Derrick let her know he wouldn’t vote to keep her and his loyalty lays with the guys. She says this is very upsetting because even if she was going home she thought he would vote for her and let Frankie make the choice.
Frankie is supportive and discusses with her how the guys have helped one another all season. It really seems to be convincing Frankie, but what is she trying to convince him of here? Well it’s obvious, but the plan is to make Frankie think Derrick does not have Victoria’s vote at a F2 scenario thereby increasing Frankie’s desire to take Derrick to the end.
I’m not sure if this will do much to influence Frankie’s F2 decisions should he have that control when the time comes, but it’s not a bad plan at all by Derrick and Victoria and she did a pretty good job working it. Later that night Frankie mentioned to Derrick how upset Victoria was with him (Derrick), so effective or not, Frankie did seem to buy what she was selling.
What will happen when Victoria isn’t evicted tonight as the HGs normally expect? Probably nothing and Derrick can continue this fake feud with Victoria to aid his chances. If Victoria ends up with some power next week then I’m sure she’ll use it to hers and Derrick’s advantage, but if she’s right back in this spot then nothing changes.
Big Brother returns tonight with a live show starting at 8PM ET/PT as the BB16 schedule changes continue to keep viewers scrambling just as much as the five remaining Houseguests.
Instead of the typical Thursday live shows the HGs are getting ready for an early broadcast arrival and they suspect it all has to do with the Big Brother Rewind button they hit over the weekend. So what will happen tonight? It’s kind of a mystery, but we’ve got some good guesses.
Since the countdown timer runs out at 8:35PM ET I expect the twist to block the eviction and even the voting process. Everything else should lead up to this point with business as usual. This week that’ll include Jury footage so get ready to see what the evicted HGs are up to these days.
With no one being evicted the usual time for an eviction interview will be handled by Dan Gheesling’s return to the Big Brother stage. He’ll fill that gap in time as the Final Five HGs head to the backyard and prepare for another HoH competition.
The clock will rewind to the start of the last HoH comp which means Frankie can compete since his HoH never “happened” but Derrick can’t participate as he’ll again be considered the outgoing HoH. It could be an endurance competition but considering the HGs were still outside enjoying the yard yesterday afternoon I think it’ll be just a regular ol’ comp and we’ll have a new HoH by the end of the night.
Can Frankie repeat his double wins to get safety this week? He’ll likely need either the HoH or Veto comp to keep from going home this time around as the HGs are finally realizing they were passing up all their perfect opportunities to get out such a strong competitor. Do you hope he gets the HoH win?
Have you voted in this week’s popularity poll? Donny might be two weeks removed from the house, but he continues to crush the competition in our popularity poll.
Join us tonight at 8PM ET to chat with other fans as we enjoy the latest Big Brother eviction.