Here’s another round of weekend spoilers for you on Big Brother 22 All-Stars 2 with everything that’s happened in the game since Thursday’s eviction episode. We’ve got your results on the Head of Household cliffhanger comp, who was sent to the Block for Noms, what happened in the overnight Veto Comp, and who could get a turn on the Block on Monday.
Head of Household:
After Janelle was evicted 9-2 it was Kaysar’s turn to step up and win that HOH if he wanted to secure his safety. That didn’t happen though it sounds like it was a close final round between him and Enzo who did end up securing the power this week. Read the full HOH comp results report >>
Houseguests had to roll balls up a ramp and get them to perch at the top in three spots which Kaysar knocked out quickly in the first round to make sure he had a spot in the final round. What we didn’t get to see on the Feeds was how he was supposedly narrowly beaten out by Enzo. We’ll see the full comp in tonight’s episode.
Without the safety of HOH it was obvious that Kaysar would be going up. Enzo didn’t need to win this HOH but now he feels obligated to do what the house wants which sticks with his “go with the flow” approach to the season. Enzo should have remained a background player but this move won’t upset his goals and certainly won’t upset anyone who remains in the house.
Enzo sent Kaysar and Kevin to the Block with discussions that he wouldn’t waste his HOH on the rookie, David, but he definitely would consider sending Ian out the Backdoor. So would there be an opportunity for Kaysar safety or a new nominee? Read the full Noms results report >>
Power of Veto Competition:
Kaysar didn’t save himself with the HOH battle but could he pull it off with the Veto? Players were picked with Tyler, Bayleigh, and David. Of course Tyler was pulled from the box because this guy seems to play in everything. David was chosen by Kevin who got HG Choice. This pick confused a lot of HGs but Kevin later explained to Day that he needed someone who could compete on Kaysar’s level. Turns out Kevin was all the help he needed.
Kevin pulled off the win late last night and it was a messy comp as the Feeds returned to all the players trying to wash off some sort of colorful goop. We’ll see just what it was in Wednesday’s episode but for now, we know Kevin has earned his safety and the nominations will be changing. Read the full Veto Comp results report >>
Power of Veto Meeting:
Here comes the first Veto Ceremony where we should finally see someone use the Power of Veto to change up the Noms. Kevin will not leave himself on the Block, thank you very much Marcellas. Instead, Kevin will be coming down and Enzo will need to name a replacement.
Enzo had already made it clear to allies that he would not waste his HOH on taking out David the rookie. Ian had been a top “big target” for Enzo so here’s his chance, right? Nah. Enzo is now saying the Ian option was only for replacing Kaysar if he had won but since Kaysar is still on the Block then it’s time for Kaysar to go. Sure, who cares about leaving an easy target for someone else while getting out your own targets…
Anyway, Christmas has volunteered and it sounds like she’ll be the renom. Franzel and Dani are satisfied with that plan because they think no one would target a fourth consecutive woman… besides Franzel and Dani who desperately want to eliminate any women in the house.
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