Michelle finds herself in a bit of a pinch here this week as she’s faced with a decision between doing what the house wants and following her own personal reasons to go against the BB18 hive mind.
The house wants Frank out, but Michelle really, really wants Bridgette out and it runs deep in the season all the way back to the very first weekend of Feeds. Whatever she decides, she better do it fast.
After an epic Big Brother 18 endurance Head of Household competition (that would have been nice to see on the Live Feeds), Frank remains public enemy No. 1. Will this be the week the house finally gets the BB14 golden boy out of the door? We’ll see.
The episode picks up right after Victor re-enters the house and the game. Everyone is a little apprehensive about Vic’s return. Paul is worried because being close to Victor almost go him in trouble before. And of course Paulie is shaken a bit because he is responsible for sending him out the first time.
Houseguests were busy this weekend while the Feeds were down and things haven’t slowed down with more comps and spoilers waiting to be revealed in the week’s Big Brother 18 episodes. Or, if you don’t want to wait, we’ve got all the results collected up here.
Since Friday night’s Big Brother Battle Back episode where Victor rejoined the race we’ve discovered who won Head of Household, who was put up for eviction, and even the latest Veto competition results. Remember there are no more Roadkill results as that twist has ended.
Tonight on Big Brother 18 (8/7c on CBS) the cliffhanger results for who becomes the new Head of Household is revealed following Victor Arroyo’s return to the Big Brother house through the Battle Back arena.
By the end of the night we’ll have a new HoH and just two nominees on the Block this week now that the Roadkill twist is dead and gone. Settle in to see how it all played out and from what we heard this endurance comp was one for the books.
It was Veto Day in the Big Brother 18 house and the
weather may have kept the Houseguests waiting longer than expected for the return of OTEV. Yes, Frank had his chance at redemption after falling victim to OTEV last time around, but could he pull it off? (Note: Heath Luman says delay was for lighting.)
The competition was held late and night and it got the adrenaline pumping in the house because the whole place seemed wide awake and ready to boil over as I settled in to finish the report.
Big Brother 18 Live Feed Highlights – Saturday, July 23, 2016:
Big Brother spoilers are in for this week’s Power of Veto competition after this week’s nominations were revealed earlier this week on the Feeds. Time to see who could be changing things up for the final noms of the week following a late night Big Brother 18 competition.
The Houseguests waited all day to see how this competition would turn out after heat and air quality were likely culprits in the night time arrival of what could be the noms’ last chance at survival this week.