Big Brother 25 Episode 29 Recap: Zingbot And OTEV Merge

The Big Brother 25 Scrambe-verse gave us something none of us knew we needed – Zingbot in the form of OTEV. Who knew how perfect Zingbot would be as OTEV?

Tuesday night’s episode picks up right after Bowie Jane nominated Cirie and Felicia. She lets us know that she hasn’t trusted them since the Red blindside. And she also fills us in that Cirie is actually her target. She says that if the Survivor legend gets to the end she’s going to win the game. 

And right away, Cory starts pushing Bowie Jane for a Cameron backdoor. Jag agrees with Cory, but Bowie tells Jag she doesn’t want nominees to change. But that doesn’t fit into Jag’s plan because Cirie is a part of his preferred Final 5. 

And right after Cory pushes for Cameron, it’s Cameron’s turn to push for Cory. But Bowie tells Cameron the same thing – she wants nominations to stay the same. She says she can get her target out and Cameron and Cory can go after each other next week. But Cameron is more suspicious of Bowie’ reluctance than he should be – for now. 

Jag fills Matt in that Bowie isn’t interested in going after Cameron. So they decide to figure out a way to turn Bowie against Cameron so she can do their bidding this week. 

It’s time to pick players for the veto competition. Joining Bowie Jane, Felicia and Cirie are Matt, Jag and America. And Cameron is nervous he doesn’t get to play as he’s growing more suspect of Bowie Jane by the minute. 

And Jag lets Bowie Jane know just how suspect Cameron is of her. Jag tells Bowie that Cameron thinks she’s protecting Cory and that he just kept throwing her under the bus. Bowie says Cameron is digging his own grave even though she was actually legitimately protecting him. 

It’s time for Zingbot! The houseguests couldn’t be more excited to be roasted. But Scrambleverse Zingbot is nice. And that is not what they signed up for. So instead of roasts, he takes them the backyard for a game of OTEV. And it’s a Zingbot and Otev hybrid. And that Zingbot is actually ready to throw some zings. 

“America, you’re under arrest for robbing the cradle,” he says to kick things off. And here are most of the other zings:

“What do you think brought more wrinkles to this game? The multiverse twist or Felicia?” 

“Jag, your gameplay reminds me of a sports car. Not a Jaguar, more like a Bore-vette. Apsen Moron. And a Lame-bourghini.”

“Kitty, kitty purr. Blue, the only thing worse than your catchphrases is your fashion …”

“What’s the difference between a great white shark and Bowie Jane? One is an Australian creature whose scary teeth terrify people. And the other is a shark.” 

“Cirie. The past few weeks have been hard on you. A lot of your good friends have left the game, leaving you alone. But that’s OK, now you can finally do what you do best. Lose while on an island.” 

“Cameron. Congratulations, you receieved a military promotion. You’ve got from Lieutenant Loser to  Major ***** tool.” 

Then zing sings a whole song about Cory set to the tune of America The Beautiful. Even Mecole gets a zing because Zingbot didn’t even realize she was no longer she there. Oh, and Matt’s zing was something about a cardboard cutout. It seemed kind of lame so I didn’t even go back to check. 

And it’s finally time for the houseguests to play OTEV. Cirie is out first. America is out next then Felicia. Matt is the next one out. Bowie is out in the final round, which means Jag wins the Power of Veto! And Jag plans to use it.

Cameron goes to Bowie Jane because has a gut feeling something is going on. She tells Cameron that Jag is probably going to use the veto. So Cameron again pushes for Cory. And she says she doesn’t want blood on her hands. Cameron tells her that he would never go after her and that she shouldn’t go after him. 

And then we get another cliffhanger. To find out what happens with the veto this week check out our Big Brother spoilers. 


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