Big Brother OTT: Final 3 Make Their ‘Live Pleas’ [VIDEO]

You still have a few more hours to get your votes in for the winner of Big Brother Over The Top, but if you haven’t quite decided which way to vote then maybe you need to watch the Final Pleas from the Final 3 Houseguests.

Final 3 Live Pleas on BBOTT

CBS has released their videos for your chance to listen to a few minutes from each as they make their case for your votes so be sure to check out how each of them summarized their season of gameplay and gave the reasons why they should be the one to take home the prize money.

Presented in the order of their delivery, as decided by the order in which each HG secured his or her spot in the Final 3. And as a reminder, voting ends today at 4PM ET.

Jason Roy makes his Final Plea:

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Jason shares why he thinks he deserves to win #BBOTT. Vote now for the HG you want to see as #AmericasWinner:

— BBOverTheTop (@BBOverTheTop) December 1, 2016

Kryssie Ridolfi makes her Final Plea:

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Kryssie gives us her thoughts on why she deserves the $250K. Vote for #AmericasWinner now: #BBOTT

— BBOverTheTop (@BBOverTheTop) December 1, 2016

Morgan Willett makes her Final Plea:

Which Houseguest made the best speech here? Did they influence your decision at all? Share your thoughts below.


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  1. The polls here mean nothing, especially since in the past weeks it has predicted wrong. It is too close to call.
    Imagine Kryssie wins instead.

    • Polls here mean plenty, but only the official poll counts might be a better way of stating it. Readers results had a very high accuracy level all season but represent a different collection that CBS’s subscribers-only official voting.

      • I agree with you there. How many polls on here showed someone for AN way ahead then the person in second would get nominated.

  2. Is anyone else having issues with the CBS website? Or is it just my computer having another little freakout?

    • I just came here to ask how to fix it. I hope this is not all day. The screen is completely black and I reloaded, but still doesn’t work.

    • Try using a different web browser. I had that same problem last year when using Google Chrome but no problems since moving to Internet Explorer. :)

      • CBS was having issues a couple hours ago, but they fixed whatever the problem was, so everything’s fine now.

  3. I’m really rooting for Jason to win. He deserves this. He hasn’t easy in life, and Morgan has. She doesn’t deserve to win IMO.

  4. Even though my interest sort of fell off towards the end of the season (read: once Shelby left) I still feel compelled to post a little final analysis, so here we go:

    The split house this season meant that the season was fun to watch, but strategically much shallower than the past few seasons have been. There was really very little game to be played. Split houses always make comp wins more important, and the strategy loses all of its nuance. What you’re left with is either someone on your side wins, or someone on the other side wins and someone on your side seems like a bigger target than you, so the whole game turns into either lining up your allies as meat shields in front of you, or convincing the other side that you could be an asset to them in some way. Kryssie and Morgan did the former, mostly by being useless at the game, and not really doing anything ever. Jason actually took a bit of a leadership role in his alliance, so he was a decent target, but he managed to build enough of a relationship with the others, at the specific moments when it benefited him, to keep himself off the block. He’s the only one with any sort of strategic resume in this game. An above average fish in a pool of mediocrity. Hurrah.

    • I don’t think BBOTT can be compared to Big Brother. They’re so different and the style of game play needed are completely different. You don’t really need much strategy (but definitely more than Justin and Kryssie) because viewers are also playing. The strategy is to stay off America’s bad side without being a goat. Morgan only won because viewers disliked Jason much more than her.
      Big Brother requires strategy (most of the time) and good jury management which is useless for BBOTT.

      • Good point. Game resumes are only really important for jury management, since, on the whole, Big Brother Superfans aren’t really concerned with gameplay, but will just vote for who they liked/rooted for the most. I think the lack of a jury is also what made the house so divided, too. I think in the regular seasons, people are more concerned with building good relationships with potential jurors, and it makes such an extreme and clear divide impossible, which in turn gives people a lot more opportunity to work multiple sides, flip the house, and make side deals and all that.

  5. I was angry at times, entertained many times, mad that Morgan won, and almost obsessed with BBOTT. And I still LOVED this season! I love that the comps gave everyone an equal chance at winning, except the Shelby/Jason fiasco.

    It proves that Big Brother doesn’t have to do all those big elaborate predictable comps they repeat every season. And maybe the women will stop clinging to men if they could win comps to control their own game.

    The only things I would change about BBOTT would be that they not bamboozle us with the care package and never bring back returning players from either Big Brother universe.

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