As we enter week two of Big Brother Season 20, it's becoming clearer than ever that the house is divided.
On one side of the house, we have Winston, Angela, Rachel, Tyler Kaycee, and Brett. On the other, we have Kaitlin, Haleigh, Bayliegh, Swaggy, Faysal, and Rockstar.
There are players in the middle who are not doing much to benefit their games, but the most prominent are Sam and Steve aka the two nominees for the week.
After Tyler nominated Sam and Steve for eviction, Faysal and Swaggy got to work on Tyler to try and get one of the bigger players out of the house so that the week was not a wasted HOH.
Tyler was clear about his intention to keep the nominations the same, and that complicated things somewhat when it came to the veto competition, which was played on Saturday.
Sam, Tyler, Faysal, Scottie Swaggy C, and Steve competed in the first veto of the summer, while JC got to present. The feeds went down for over three hours, and we learned that Faysal scored a victory.
Things continued to get heated between him and Tyler because Tyler claimed that there was no way he would allow one of his nominees to be removed from the block.
Faysal wanted to save Steve so that his side of the house would have another vote, but Tyler shut it down when he said that Bayliegh would go up in his place and out the door.
That's why when it came to the veto ceremony, both Sam and Steve remained on the block, meaning one of them will exit the Big Brother house on Thursday.
The Level Six alliance are voting to keep Sam, but they still need a vote from the other side. There's a lot of time for scheming between now and Thursday, but plans do change in the house in a heartbeat.
The good thing for Sam is that she has a bonus life and will walk back in those doors the moment she's evicted and will live to fight another week. Tyler is in the know about the power but wants Sam to keep it for further down the line.
The reason? She can use it on any of the first three evicted houseguests. It's a game-changing twist for sure, and one that could get her in good graces with some of the others in the house.
There's a genuine possibility that Sam gets to keep her power this week and save herself another week if the Level Sixers continue the scheming.
What are your thoughts on these latest spoilers? Would it be a wise move for Sam not to use her power this week?
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Big Brother continues Wednesday on CBS.