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We're closing in on the end of Big Brother Season 20. Will the remaining members of Level 6 make it to the finale intact? We'll get to that, but first, the live feed spoilers for everything that played out since Thursday night's double eviction episode. Find out who won Head of Household, who was nominated, and who won the Veto ahead.

Here's how the power is shaking out in the Big Brother house this week

Head of Household





Won the Veto


Veto used?

Not yet.

Kaycee Veto

Level 6 continues to dominate. On Thursday night, after the double eviction live episode, Angela went on to win Head of Household. She put Sam and JC up on the block. And then on Saturday, the feeds went down while the houseguests played for Veto. When they returned, Kaycee was wearing the medallion around her neck.

Wait, haven't we seen this before?

Yes, Kaycee won Veto again. This is her fourth Veto, almost in a row. The double eviction kind of broke her streak, but still, pretty impressive. And if people aren't seriously considering her a major threat to win the whole game, they should be by now. Between her impressive competition record and her strong social game, things are looking good for her if she makes it to the Final 2.

But we're getting way ahead of ourselves. Someone has to go this week, and as of right now, it's looking like Sam is the target. So it's unlikely that Kaycee will use the Veto. If she does, Tyler is the only person who could be the replacement nominee.

Assuming Kaycee doesn't use the Veto, Level 6 controls the vote this week. And between Sam and JC, Sam has the edge on competition wins and social game. No one wants to go to the end with her, so it's in everyone's best interest to send her out.

JC still seems to be reeling from the double eviction. While he hasn't won competitions this season, JC has been a big part of the social gameplay in the house, going all the way back to when it was actually a decent split and he was running back and forth from one side of the house to the other. But if JC has one fatal flaw, it's thinking he has more control over what's happening than he actually does. Throughout the season, there have been moments when Tyler was trying to convince JC that he knew what was going on and had things under control, and JC clearly didn't believe him. JC is one of the few people in the house that had a clear view of Tyler's gameplay but he refused to see it. Up until Thursday, he thought he had Tyler under his control, but that changed when Tyler put Brett on the block. At this point, he may be starting to see that there's no path to the end for him if he can't get Tyler to turn on Angela and Kaycee.

Another interesting element of this season is the fact that good physical competitors have made it to the end. A lot of times, those types of players are eliminated earlier in the season, leaving the odds a bit higher that anyone could make a comp run to the end. Kaycee, Tyler and Angela have been trading off wins for the last few weeks, and in the process, continue to eliminate the people who pose any kind of threat to them in competitions. That leaves them up against JC and Sam, one of whom is almost guaranteed to go home on Wednesday (assuming Kaycee doesn't use the Veto). It'd be a huge upset if whoever stays (probably JC) ended up winning the next Head of Household and/or Veto. I'm not going to lie, I'd sort of like to see it happen just to see things get shaken up a bit going into the Final 3, but we'll see.

In the meantime, as mentioned, it's looking like Sam will be the next eviction.

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