Big Brother Recap: Who Got Engaged?!
Sunday's episode of Big Brother was light on the gameplay.
Sunday's episode of Big Brother was light on the gameplay.
With less than three weeks of Big Brother Season 20 left, loyalties are beginning to waver as we approach finale night.
We picked up with Haleigh continuing to worry about her fate in the game, and it was rubbing Tyler the wrong way.
Who will be sent home?
That was the big question on Wednesday's Big Brother which picked up mere moments after Tyler put both Scottie and Haleigh back up on the block with the aim of sending one of them out the door.
When a former player returns to the Big Brother house, the general rule of thumb is that panic sets in for the houseguests who voted that player out.
That's what happened at the top of Sunday's episode of the CBS reality series. Everyone was seemingly happy about Scottie's return, but he admitted to the diary room that these players voted him out.
Big Brother brought a former player back to the game Thursday night.
Yes, we're at the stage of the game in which the players are dwindling, so a returnee is just what the producers ordered to keep the Big Brother train going for a little while longer.
Faysal Shafaat and Haleigh Broucher will go down as one of Big Brother's worst showmances.
It's been very one-sided, and that's because Haleigh thought that getting into a relationship with a man she's known for weeks was absurd.
The "Sweet Shot" Head of Household competition was underway when Sunday's episode of Big Brother kicked off.
Tyler and Angela previously said they did not want to win because they were in good standing with everyone in the house.
If you were looking for Julie Chen to announce that next Thursday's edition of Big Brother would include the season's first double eviction, then you got a very different announcement.
One player will return to the game as part of a Jury Battle Back. At the top of the hour, the jury consisted of Bayliegh and Rockstar.
Level Six have been dominating the game inside the Big Brother house ever since the beginning of the season.
Their latest achievement involved them getting Faysal to put up his ally, Scottie so that there was just one member of their alliance on the block.
It wouldn't be a round of Big Brother spoilers without some major shade being hurled at the alliance that goes by the name of The Hive.
The alliance, consisting of Faysal Shafaat, Haleigh Broucher, and Scottie Salton had the opportunity to change the game a few weeks back when they had more allies.
The Hive has been one of the most in the dark alliances in Big Brother history.
Faysal admitted as much at the top of the latest episode and said that it was time for him to make some big decisions as he attempted to keep himself and showmance, Haleigh safe from the block.
Rockstar and Kaycee were on the block at the top of Thursday's episode of Big Brother, and Rockstar was not giving up in her campaign to stay in the game.
She reeled in Brett and had meetings with him to say that they could be in an alliance and that nobody would know. As deluded as Rockstar is, it made for good TV as she thought Brett had ditched his allies.
Scheming is all part of the game in the Big Brother house, but Rockstar has no idea what that means.
For someone who thinks she knows the game, Wednesday's episode of the CBS reality hit proved otherwise.
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.
Another eviction rocked the house on Thursday, and for the first time in a good few years, all the drama came in the lead up to the eviction.
We picked up right after the veto meeting, and Bayleigh was furious that she had been wrongfully outed as the hacker.
The Big Brother hacker has had way too much power in the house.
Being allowed to changes one nomination, pick a veto player and eliminate a vote is the definition of power trip, and Angela Rummans raged on Wednesday's latest episode that the power had been taken from her.
Bayliegh Dayton's power app has been the topic of the conversation in the Big Brother house ever since Brett Robinson threw her under the bus for it during Thursday's live eviction.
The power in question allows Bayliegh to hijack the nominations, and put two people of her choosing on the block at the nominations ceremony.
With two power apps still in play, a new twist was thrown into the Big Brother house Sunday night, and it resulted in one of the best Sunday installments in years.
We picked up in the immediate aftermath of Angela winning the HOH competition. Bayliegh, Haleigh, Faysal, Rockstar, and Scottie were still shocked that Rachel was sent home over Brett.
The latest episode of Big Brother kicked off with Rachel Swindler and Brett Robinson on the block for eviction.
Rachel was confident that she would be staying in the house. The reason?
It's been a terrible few weeks for the Level Six alliance on Big Brother.
The loss of Winston Hines dealt a big blow to the alliance two weeks ago, and they will be losing another ally on tonight's eviction episode.
Kaitlyn Herman is out of the Big Brother house, and Sunday's episode proved that the rest of the cast could the drama without her in the house.
With Kaitlyn being evicted 9-1 against Rockstar, her former houseguests wondered where that extra vote came from.
Sam Bledsoe's power app was finally used on Thursday night, but did it save one of the nominees from eviction?
When the latest episode got underway, the house was still in shock at Faysal's decision to save Hayley from the block.
The latest episode of Big Brother picked up moments after the most awkward nominations ceremony in the history of the series.
Sam had just nominated both Haleigh and Kaitlyn citing the fact that both of them were all over the younger men in the house, as though they were doing it for protection from the block.