The Exterminators held on to the power in tonight’s episode of Big Brother 15 and got to continue their plan to the final four. But will it last through this week’s power of veto?
The episode picks up right after the eviction of Amanda’s eviction in the double eviction. GinaMarie is celebrating in the Diary Room. Spencer is thanking everyone for overlooking him for so long and allowing him to cast by.
And right away we’ve got Andy trying to frame Elissa for voting out Amanda when it was really him. And it didn’t really work. McCrae knows it was Andy. He can see it on his face. But the house wants Elissa up. So when McCrae won Head of Household moments later, he put up Elissa and since Judd won the Power of Veto, Elissa was sent out second.
The next HOH happened later in the night. And it was a weird hybrid of a memory/puzzle game called “Pixel This.” Andy gets knocked out first. Then Judd. So it’s down to Spencer and GinaMarie. In the end, it’s Spencer who wins the Head of Household competition for the first time this season.
Big Brother 15 has moved on since Thursday’s live Double Eviction episode so to get you ready for the craziness ahead with this week’s surprise eviction let’s run through everything that’s happened over the past few days.
Here’s your quick recap of all the spoilers that have happened since the last episode.
Big Brother 15 is back tonight on CBS at 8/7c with the follow-up to Thursday’s exciting Double Eviction episode. When things last left off the HGs were without a Head of Household and just saw Amanda and Elissa leave the house in grand fashion. Later that night the Feeds went to Trivia and the HGs competed to grab the power.
The Exterminators were unchallenged in the HoH comp as McCrae was the outgoing Head of Household. That put them one step closer to sending him home and making their Final Four deal a success. Of course it also kept them one step away from making that happen with the Power of Veto in the way.
Tonight’s show will run us through the Head of Household competition we didn’t get to watch plus the Nominations Ceremony from Friday night. We have the spoilers for both of those events if you want to get ahead of tonight’s Big Brother. Otherwise, enjoy the show and check back here afterwards to share your thoughts and read our recap.
Here’s our first sneak peek at the latest BB15 HoH comp – click to see full-size views:
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It was Veto competition day in the Big Brother 15 house and that was the Exterminators chance to keep themselves together in to the Final Four. Of course with their target’s streak of wins nothing was guaranteed.
Read about those moments and others on our Live Feed highlights below. And remember to sign-up now for the Big Brother Feeds so you can watch any of these moments by using the Flashback archive feature.
Big Brother 15 Live Feed Highlights – Saturday, September 7, 2013
The latest Big Brother 15 Power of Veto competition is over and we have the spoiler results for you.
With just five HGs left in the game everyone was playing for the Veto today blocking any plans to Backdoor an opponent. Really there’s just one “opponent” left in the game at this point when four of the five players are in an alliance. It’s even worse when the one odd man out doesn’t even realize it.
Read on to find out who won and what that could mean for the game this week.
We just lost two of the major forces in the Big Brother 15 house, so now the rankings are going to get very interesting from here on out.
Amanda and Elissa have been a Top 5 staple for a while now, so now that they’re gone, who is going to move up? And will they really deserve to move up? Let’s take a look.
Big Brother 15 Week 10 Player Rankings
1. Andy. This guy didn’t win any competitions this week, and he didn’t need to. Since he’s played a nearly-flawless social game all season, he was able to convince McCrae that he was not that stray vote to evict Amanda. That lead to McCrae nominating Elissa, his actual only ally in the house, which lead to her eviction. Andy masterminded that. At this point, Andy is poised for a Big Brother win. Now, if he was only more likable…
2. Judd. It immediately gets tricky because no one really deserves a second-place spot. For every good thing someone did, they did something bad or stupid to negate it. Judd, for instance, decided to turn his back on Elissa despite her really being on his side. But in the end, he knew being teamed with her would only put a target on his back, and it would be those two against the rest of the house. So when he won the power of veto in the double eviction, he did not save Elissa. That actually bought him some more time in the house and solidified his alliance with The Exterminators.