For the second week in a row, Christmas Abbott received a giant lump of coal Big brother All-Stars stocking.
Sitting on a block next to ally №1 Tyler last week, Christmas was nominated against new This time ally №1 Memphis, despite all efforts to get the head of the household Nicole to reverse Cody. (Christmas is little known, Nicole seems willing to lose Cody $ 500,000 if that’s the last thing she does as Big brother guest.)
But despite Nicole’s insistence that Christmas remain and Memphis leave this week, Cody and Enzo, the only two housewives to vote for the eviction, seemed tempted to send Christmas to the jury. What decision did The Root finally make on Thursday? Read the highlights of the episode:
STRATEGY | The potential exits of Christmas and Memphis from the house are so appealing to Cody and Enzo that at one point Enzo suggests that “it doesn̵7;t really matter” who they send to the jury this time. (“Yes, it is!” Cody replies.) Memphis reveals to Cody that Christmas has been trying to bring it back into the background … but Cody also secretly knows that Memphis also tried to take part in Operation Backdoor Cody, so none of this information makes much difference to him.
But after a long debate over who to evict, Enzo has an intriguing idea: why not split the vote and force Nicole to tear her tie, thus getting the blood of the eviction of Memphis on her hands, not theirs? “It simply came to our notice then very interesting, ”says Cody in the Diary, teasing us with the thought that something might actually be interesting this season.
Meanwhile, at the jury house, Tyler joins the rest of the group and reveals how he is BB the game ended on Cody’s hand. He also gets a chance to clear the air of Da’Vonne over his rejected offer to evict and protect Da’Vonne and Bailey. Through tears, Tyler explains that his support for the Black Life of Matter movement has always been legitimate and never strategic, and Da’Vonn forgives him for how it turned out. But then the jury gets sweet video messages from their loved ones home, and now we are all mourning.
REMOVAL | Despite Enzo’s idea of splitting the vote, everything is happening No eventually become very interesting: Cody and Enzo vote for the eviction of Memphis, and although he does not look so surprised when he hears the news, he still warns his colleagues around the door, “Good luck. You’ll need it. “(He also says that CBS is displacing, leaving us forever interesting.)
In an interview with Julie Chen Munves, Memphis admits that his eviction was “definitely” blinded, although he seems to understand that he was perceived as a great threat at the competition. However, when Julie asks if Cody and Enzo made the right decision to download it, he discovers, “I think I’d take them both to the final three, so no.” Cody, at the very least, is doing his best to smooth things over with Memphis in his farewell message, revealing that he worked with Enzo from the beginning and knew that Memphis had created two versions of the Alliance of Sages.
HOH COMPETITION | As you might have guessed, when two-thirds of the episode went before the eviction, this week the Head of Household competition is not live – but we still get a small teaser in the form of Kaysar, who tells guests via video that they will play in the competition , which he learned in season 6. It’s called Knight Moves, which, if I remember correctly, asks players to become chess pieces and move in an L shape across the board like a knight would. Players drop out when they can no longer make moves until one person remains standing.
The All-Stars will not play this game later on Thursday night, but in the meantime they seem completely embarrassed by Kaiser’s teaser. “How do you play what game? “Enzo asks.”Knight Moving? “(I’m not sure Enzo will win this particular program.)
All right, it’s your turn! How do you feel about the eviction of Memphis? And with less than two weeks left in the season, which All-Star star do you want to see win? Tell us below!