If you missed the HoH spoilers get caught up on that first. Now that you know who is in power this week, let’s move on to their targets. These have changed a lot as the night rolled on.
That was one exciting Big Brother 16 Double Eviction episode and we also had some pretty exciting and acttive Live Feeds following it. We learned who the new Heads of Household are and who they plan to nominate today.
Find out what else happened on the Big Brother Feeds last night in the house.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Thursday, August 7, 2014:
Team America has its latest mission and gee, guess who is going to be its punching bag yet again. That’s right. Watch out Zach Rance, you’ve got America + three HGs looking to send you home for $5K. Good grief.
There were two mission options for viewers to select from this week:
The HGs were on an indoor lockdown after the show while production tore down the Veto & HoH comps to make room for the next Head of Household comp. It won’t end there though because the Battle of the Block is back and the comps keep rolling.
Big Brother 16 – Week 7 Heads of Household:
Tonight on Big Brother 16 the spoiler results for this week’s eviction and Head of Household competition will be revealed as two HGs will be sent home and another will take the top power.
Not one, but two Houseguests will be sent home as the HGs race through an entire week’s competitions and ceremonies in just one hour. These are typically the most intense shows of the season and with all the flipping and blindsiding expected we shouldn’t be disappointed.
If your local CBS station is playing football right now then stick with us on this post for updates.
Julie Chen confirms that tonight’s two evictees with be the first to head to the Big Brother Jury and there will be nine Houseguests on the BB16 Jury.
We’re getting caught up on what’s been going on the past few days. Namely, Detonators turning on Zach and planning to vote him out tonight, but how long does that plan last? Hmm… Not long. We see the Detonators have decided to keep him.
Julie reveals we won’t have a Battle of the Block tonight, but it’ll return after tonight’s Double Eviction. Another bombshell: Julie says that just because you’re in the Jury doesn’t mean you’re out of the game. Sounds like a Jury member will come back!
Big Brother 16 Week 6 Votes:
- Donny votes to evict: Zach
- Caleb votes to evict: Jocasta
- Christine votes to evict: Jocasta
- Derrick votes to evict: Jocasta
- Cody votes to evict: Jocasta
- Hayden votes to evict: Zach
- Frankie votes to evict: Jocasta
- That’s it! Zach is saved & Jocasta is evicted.
- Victoria votes to evict: Jocasta
By a vote of 6-2, Jocasta Odom has been evicted from Big Brother 16!
Hayden and Nicole did NOT know before the vote was revealed that the house had flipped against them overnight. Nicole was scratching her head. Literally.
Big Brother 16 Week 6.5 Head of Household Comp – “Mathcathalon”:
- Round 1: Exactly – Only Caleb, Christine, and Zach remain! WOW!
- Round 2: Less – Zach eliminated. Caleb & Christine remain.
- Round 3: More – Both right.
- Round 4: More – Christine eliminated. Caleb wins!
Wow! Caleb wins HoH! His noms are coming up right now!
Big Brother 16 Week 6.5 Nominations:
Who do you think will go home next?
Now time for the Veto comp. It’s the standard Double Eviction Veto comp. They each have lanes & have to find three ducks in a ball pit.
Tonight’s two evictees will be the first to arrive at the new Jury house where they’ll await the arrival of their fellow Houseguests over the coming weeks until just two HGs are left in the running on finale night.
The Big Brother 16 finale date is set for September 24, 2014 at 9:30PM ET/PT where we’ll see the nine Jury HGs cast their votes for either of the F2 HGs.
Past seasons of Big Brother have mostly offered up a seven-member Jury, but last year was the first time we saw that number climb to nine with the additional size of the cast. CBS chose to renew that approach this year for its sixteen HG cast.
Houseguests sent to the Jury house continue to receive a weekly stipend and enjoy a much more relaxing stay than all the stress and hustle of the Big Brother house. Of course they also miss out on the chance at $500,000, but at least they help pick who receives that prize!