Tonight’s eviction episode of Big Brother picked up at the end of the Nomination Ceremony. McCrae and GinaMarie were still attached by their friendship bracelet, so GinaMarie started to lay it on thick to make McCrae think she was the target.
Up in the HoH Room, Spencer asked Judd and Andy how his speech was, and they told him it was good. They all agreed McCrae could not win the Veto, and Judd wondered what would happen if he did win. Spencer quickly replied that Judd would be the replacement nominee, and GinaMarie would go home.
For his last bit of exercise, Judd had to do 75 sit-ups before he was dismissed by the Big Brother drill sergeant. McCrae and GinaMarie were cut loose and no longer had to wear their “friendship bracelet.”
Spencer, Andy, and McCrae talked about Judd being the potential replacement nominee (who would then go home) as they sat up in the HoH Room.
The Veto Competition was superhero-themed. Last season’s winner, Ian Terry, came in to host and explained the rules. Each person had to fly back and forth to hit a button to give themselves 20 seconds to magnetize their board and build a puzzle. If they didn’t hit the button again before the time was up, their board would de-magnetize, and they would lose all their work. Judd struggled, so he stopped playing and started cheering for Andy. McCrae had to fix his puzzle a couple times, but he ended up pulling through and winning the Veto. The Exterminators were devastated to lose one of their own, and GinaMarie announced she thought she needed a medic and stitches.
GinaMarie talked to Spencer in the HoH Room, and he told her he wanted to keep her over Judd. He felt he could trust GinaMarie more than Judd, and he was frustrated that Judd had a second chance and didn’t even fight during the Veto Competition.
Judd went upstairs and asked Spencer if he was going home. Spencer told him he wasn’t, but he also admitted he wouldn’t put Andy up on the block. Judd knew he was going home, so he said he was going to start raising hell again. Downstairs, Judd pushed things off the counter and threw his shorts around as he stormed through the house.
The Veto Meeting was next, and McCrae used the Power of Veto on himself, as expected. Spencer then replaced him with Judd, which was also expected. McCrae was about to adjourn the meeting, but Judd stood up and said, “Wait!” Judd told McCrae he was the root of why he left the first time, and he was still after him. Judd told the others he wasn’t coming after them, and if they would keep him, he would be going after McCrae. The others were all confused, and everyone couldn’t figure out why Judd did that.
Julie checked in with the houseguests next. She gave GinaMarie and Judd the chance to speak – GinaMarie said hi to her friends and family before reminding the other houseguests she isn’t perfect, but she always tries her best. She told them they were like her brothers, and they would be family forever and ever. Judd also said hello to his family, friends, and supporters before guaranteeing Andy and Spencer a spot in the final three to keep him and asking McCrae for his vote anyway. Andy and McCrae both voted to evict Judd, so Judd was evicted for the second time this season.
Judd only hugged GinaMarie and McCrae, but he whispered to McCrae and then announced that he would vote for Andy or Spencer. Then, he left the house once more to talk to Julie. Julie asked what Judd whispered to McCrae, and he said he left a message for him in his Bible. He said he was encouraging McCrae, but he told them he would vote for Spencer and Andy to use reverse psychology. Judd also admitted he would root for GinaMarie to win. Julie asked about him not keeping his final two deal with Elissa, and he said it was hard to do, since she constantly changed her mind. In the good-bye messages, GinaMarie told Judd he was a stud and she enjoyed being with him in the house; Spencer told him he was only leaving because McCrae won the Veto; McCrae told Judd he tried to keep him, but Andy and Spencer wanted Judd out, so his hands were tied; and Andy cried as he told Judd he was sorry for voting him out.
The HoH Competition was called “Before or After.” Each houseguest had to step to the correct ring and answer Julie’s question with either before or after to accumulate points for correct answers. There was a three-way tie at the end, so the group had to answer a tie-breaker question. Andy ended up winning HoH.
Tune into Big Brother tomorrow night to see who Andy nominates for eviction and who makes it to the final three. Who are you rooting for? Leave a comment below!
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