The Best And Worst Moments Of Big Brother 18 Week 12

It’s been a long and crazy past week in the Big Brother 18 house as the game winds down and we approach the finale. That means we’ve seen a couple of evictions and a lot of competitions and strategy. And jury drama.


That means there were a lot of ewws and ahhs so we’ve got plenty to look back on this week. So let’s get to it.

The Best and Worst Moments of Big Brother 18 Week 12

Eww. Corey wins Head of Household. Victor and Paul were so happy that Victor won so they could stick to their plan to send James to jury and the Final Four alliance would become the actual final four. But Corey defected, once again.

Eww. Paul and Victor are nominated. Sure, it sounds like the right move for Corey and Nicole since Victor is a competition beast, but what about Paul? You can only send one of them home and maybe you should’ve kept working with them for one more week since James can’t win anything to help you out.

Ahh. Victor lets Corey and Nicole know he’s mad. I was happy Victor told the couple that he will be friends with them outside the game but at that moment in time he doesn’t want to “play pattycakes” with them. Good for you, Victor. Let them know you’re crushed.


Eww. Nicole wins Veto. How did she win such a physical/mental competition? Nicole and Corey hold all the power, so that means the actual fun duo left in the game is getting split up.

Ahh. Paul works the system. I was impressed with Paul’s gameplay all last week. He managed to stay calm and not make himself a threat, all while planting seeds to everyone about how he can be a part of their endgame.

Ahh. Paul’s eviction speech. If you missed it, watch it. It’s worth it.

Victor Arroyo evicted from BB18 again

Eww. Victor is evicted again. Third time is the charm, apparently. After fighting his way back in the game twice, Victor was proven to be evictable. Some people say good riddance since he had so many shots this season, but a lot of people will miss Victor and Paul’s entertaining antics.

Ahh. Paul wins HOH. Paul is out for revenge for last week and he kicks off his revenge tour with winning HOH.

Ahh. Corey and Nicole go on the block. I mean who else was Paul going to nominate?


Eww. Paul wants Corey out. I understand Paul’s thinking, but Nicole would be the much better target. The jury is getting more and more impressed with Nicole’s game and keeping her around could be a mistake.

Ahh. Jury drama. I’m not a fan of the things said by Paulie, or Da’Vonne actually, but that jury fight was one of the most intense fights in Big Brother history. I’m glad they didn’t keep that from us. We needed to see it.

Eww. Paulie. Just when I thought Paulie was over and he couldn’t get any worse he does. Who gets in a woman’s face like that? Who drops a woman’s kid’s name to her while in a fight like that? That scumbag. Paulie is one of the worst personalities I’ve ever seen on television.

Eww. Zakiyah. I cannot believe that she is back on Paulie’s side. He’s clearly just looking to get some action in the jury house. She’ll be old news in a week.


Ahh. Paul wins veto. He continues his revenge and his winning streak. He doesn’t use the veto, leaving the decision to evict up to James.

Eww/Ahh. James evicts Corey. On one hand, this is an eww, but on the other it’s an ahh. I think it would have been better to get Nicole out of the game, but at least the Nicorey duo is finally split up.


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