Brett is out, but who's next?
The stakes are at an all-time high as Level Six is very close to having the remaining three members make up the final three of Big Brother Season 20.
JC knew he was close to eviction after Angela and Tyler took Brett out of the game during the double eviction. He knew there was something amiss, and also that Tyler was not to be trusted.
We quickly learned that Brett met up with Tyler during the double and Tyler played along with the plan to get either Angela or Kaycee out of the house.
That explained why Brett was so blindsided to be put on the block, to the point that he couldn't say much during his final plea for safety.
For JC, he got scared during the double that he was going to be taken out, but Tyler was adamant that JC should trust him.
As we know, it worked, but that's not stopping JC from wondering how long he has left in the game.
Sam also did some damage control for her hurtful comments towards Angela, presumably because Angela was still in the game and was in good standing with Tyler.
While Angela accepted, she said in the diary room that "this bitch is going to send your ass home." Wouldn't it be hilarious if Sam won the HOH, and actually sent Angela home?
That would be a blindside that would sway the jury in Sam's favor in the finale.
When Tyler tried to quell JC's fears, it was obvious JC was mad.
“I didn’t know you were working that close to the girls,” he yelled, but Tyler was adamant the girls would be targeting Sam for eviction.
When all is said and done, Angela secured another competition win, and it was her third HOH win of the summer.
Angela was open and honest about who she was targeting: Sam. While JC is the bigger threat, it seems Angela wants Sam out of the equation in case Tyler takes Sam instead of her at the end.
However, Tyler worried that JC could be the one to flip the tables on him and got to work to get him made the target.
"I really need to start thinking about who I want to be sitting next to if I can get to the end,” he revealed to the diary room.
JC continued to self-destruct and yelled to Tyler that he should win the veto, save him, and naturally, Kaycee would be on the block.
With that, the houseguests were treated to a performance by Bebe Rexha, but it was obvious there was a lot of tension in the house.
Angela closed the episode by nominating JC and Sam, noting that she could not win against either of them because she has not played the most loyal game.
She has a point, despite the competition wins, she's one of the most unlikable houseguests in the history of the series.
What do you think of all of this?
Hit the comments below.
Big Brother continues Wednesday on CBS!