During tonight's episode of Big Brother, the four evicted houseguests will have the chance to compete to return to the house. CBS has given us a look at what the competition will look like, which gives us a bit to speculate on while we wait for tonight's episode. If you don't want to be spoiled on how the comeback competition will work, look no further!

CBS posted this sneak peek at the competition, which they have labeled "Comeback Fight." It looks like a computer generated mock-up of what the competition will (vaguely) look like...

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"Check out a first look at tonight's jury competition," the caption notes. It looks like this may be some kind of ball-throwing or rolling competition, or maybe they have to slide something down their lane and get it close to the bulls-eye? It appears to be set up as a boxing ring, so I'm thinking the theme will be some "fighter's" big Big Brother comeback. Off to the side is a table where the current houseguests will presumably be watching anxiously and likely dreading any outcome. Heh.

So it seems like this will be following along the lines of Season 13 when Brendon won his way back into the house. (Remember when Lawon volunteered to be evicted because he thought he'd get to come back into the house with special powers?) Brendon and Lawon faced off in a competition and Brendon won a second chance to get back into the house.

Last season, when there was a returning houseguests, the four jurors competed alongside the remaining houseguests in a semi-endurance competition where houseguests stood on a perch against a wall and had to catch flying baseballs. The four evicted houseguests were sectioned off and the last among them (either last to fall off their perch or first to catch ten balls and win the HoH competition, whichever came first) got to return to the house. Judd won that one.

Because this seems to be a separate competition, I'm wondering if there will be a Head of Household competition during tonight's episode, or if they're going to do the HoH after the show and air it during Sunday's episode. And if that's the case, maybe they're finally eliminating the Battle of the Block competition? It's also possible that the winning "comeback" houseguests gets to be Head of Household automatically. That would be kind of amazing, no matter who wins. But kind of shady if we consider that none of the other houseguests had a chance to compete.

We'll find out how it's all going to work tonight when the episode airs. In the meantime, it's Zach vs. Cody on the block tonight. For an update on who's in the most danger, check out our live feed spoilers after the jump...

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