The Big Brother house was rocked by the hacker twist last week, but did it have the same effect Sunday night?
When the latest episode kicked off, Sam Bledsoe was storming around the house, complaining that people were making fun of her behind her back.
She turned to the new HOH, Haleigh who was happy to tell her Angela was reminding her that Sam put her on the block and the reasons for it.
While Haleigh teased in a diary room session that she was putting Angela up, the comment had an adverse effect on Sam.
Sam started yelling that she was done with the game and that everyone in the house was psychos. She then threatened violence.
Poor Haleigh had no idea what to do, but she handled the delicate situation like a champ. As for Tyler, Kaycee, and Angela, well, they admitted they were done with Sam.
Sam threw a vote at Bayliegh on Thursday and was being off with Tyler aka the closest person to her. We quickly learned that Tyler told her about his power ahead of the eviction and she was so mad about it she claimed that he was lying.
Yes, it sure seems like the ship has sailed on their friendship, and it wouldn't be a bad thing if Tyler and his allies managed to get her out of the house.
As we headed into the nominations ceremony, Tyler flat out asked Hayleigh to put him on the block after the veto, and she laughed about it in the Diary Room.
She thought Tyler was blowing up his own game. In reality, he was making sure he still had his cloud power app to use for later in the week.
Haleigh nominated Angela and Kaycee for eviction, and there was immediate unrest in the house because the hacker competition was just around the corner.
The winner of the competition had the ability to change a nomination, pick a veto player and cancel one eviction vote.
Kaycee realized there was a fire under her butt and secured a win. This made Angela, Brett, and Tyler very happy because it meant they only needed to win veto to keep Level Six safe for the week.
Haleigh worried because it meant her nominations could be rendered useless and one of her allies could go home under her HOH reign.
Her fears were seemingly confirmed when Rockstar replaced Kaycee on the block. We might as well call her Blockstar at this stage.
At least, that's what Sam was calling her immediately after he nomination. Rockstar, however, complained in the Diary Room that nobody is here to play the game if they keep throwing her up.
It was a hilarious moment, but also made us question whether Rockstar knew what she was doing. She's won nothing and been nothing more than a vote for much of the season.
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