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Saturday was a long day of a whole lot of nothing on the Big Brother live feeds, but the Veto competition did play out last night, and we have the winner results. Get the spoilers ahead!
Here's how things are stacking up in the Big Brother house this week...
Head of Household
Won the Veto
Not yet. Probably won't be.
Kaycee is on a Veto streak. For the third week in a row, she's come out of the Veto competition heavy one golden accessory. If she's aiming to build her resume with some wins as the end of the season approaches, she's doing a fine job and people should be noticing that.
In case you missed Friday's update, Kaycee nominated Sam and Haleigh for eviction. Haleigh is the primary target. It seems like she believes Sam is the target, however, but it may only be a matter of time before her paranoia causes her to wonder if maybe that's not the case. Sam has been assured by Tyler that she is safe.
The Veto competition didn't take place until last night, which meant the houseguests spent most of Saturday laying around. We're really at that point of the season and the pointless Battle Back twist didn't help boost the momentum. If anything, it stalled it as we're waiting for Level 6 to finish getting the alliance formerly known as Foutte out and turn on each other.
There's a good chance we'll see the start of that on Thursday night during the double eviction, but first, this week's Veto competition.
The houseguests played for Veto last night and when the feeds returned, they were dressed in superhero outfits. Yes, the annual comic book competition took place and it looks like Kaycee won it. So she has all the power this week, and as of where things are right now, it's highly unlikely that she'll use it. It's also looking like Haleigh will be sent out as the first eviction on Thursday night.
I'm not sure there's much Haleigh could or would do to save herself this week. There hasn't been much wiggle room for targets once it's decided that they're going this season, and unfortunately, it's hard to imagine the plan to get Haleigh out changing between now and Thursday. Of course, anything is possible, but if the Veto isn't used, Haleigh's as good as gone.
So that's where we're at. I think it's fair to say we're all waiting for the Double Eviction and the events that follow. There doesn't seem to be one central target for the houseguests to go after once Haleigh is gone, which means who goes in the second eviction on Thursday will be largely dependent on who wins Head of Household.