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We're down to the Final 3 in Season 20 of Big Brother and now it's just a matter of who wins that final Head of Household. We have the results of Part 1 and Part 2 of the last Head of Household competition. Read no further if you don't want to be spoiled!
Here's how the competitions panned out over the last few days...
Won Head of Household Part 1
Won Head of Household Part 2
Won Head of Household Part 3
To be determined during the finale.
Given their competition records thus far this season, it seems only fitting that Tyler should win the first part of the last Head of Household competition and Kaycee would win Part 2. There is no Veto in this round of the game. On Wednesday night during the finale, Tyler and Kaycee will face off in what we can only assume will be the annual "Scales of Just Us" competition where they have to guess answers to questions asked of the jurors. It's typically a crap-shoot competition as the answers are pretty hard to predict. Whoever wins that competition will make the final eviction of the season, which will determine who's sitting next to them in the Final 2.
As of Sunday, it's looking like the Final 2 will be Kaycee and Tyler, regardless of which of them wins Part 3. Both have promised to take the other. Granted, this is a standard promise made between the first two winners, as they have little to gain by telling the other they're not taking them. However, we've seen solid loyalty between Tyler and Kaycee and that seems unlikely to change. If it does, I would say Tyler would be the one to flip on Kaycee and take JC, but the odds of that seem so slim right now, it's really not worth entertaining.
Tyler won the endurance-style competition on Thursday night and then Part 2 played out on Saturday night. Part 2 of the final HoH competition is usually a combination of mental and physical, typically involving events in the house and some kind of puzzle that needs to be put together. In past seasons, there was a wall to climb and a big part of winning was maneuvering up and down it quickly enough to get their answers in place. It sounds like that was the case this time around, and it also sounds like it may have been a close finish between JC and Kaycee.
And now we wait. These last few days of a Big Brother season have proven in the past to be of the most boring on the live feeds. There are no more competitions to be played until the finale and not much gaming that can be done apart from JC trying to work on Tyler and Kaycee to get them to take him to Final 2. It's doubtful those conversations will go anywhere, and the only way this gets interesting is if one of them actually promises JC they'll take him. That either means they've flipped (not likely) or that they're planning on throwing the final Head of Household competition, feeling comfortable enough that the other will take them and trying to garner some favor with JC before he leaves. That also seems unlikely though. And Kaycee and Tyler are already talking about potentially breaking the news to JC that he's going to be third place at some point closer to the finale.
And that's about it for now. Sunday night's episode will presumably be the annual flashback episode, where we might get to see the start of the first part of the final Head of Household competition. And then we'll be counting down to the finale, where one of these three houseguests will win the grand prize. If you haven't yet, don't forget to vote for America's Favorite Houseguest!