‘Big Brother’ Recap: After Making History, The Cookout Begins To Turn On Each Other

After the Cookout Alliance made history last week, it was time for them to turn on each other in Sunday night’s Big Brother. 

After the Cookout Alliance made history last week, it was time for them to turn on each other in Sunday night’s Big Brother

The episode kicked off following Alyssa’s eviction. The final six are celebrating their accomplishments as a Black person will be crowned the winner of Big Brother for the first time in 23 seasons. However, the Cookout knows that now it is every man and woman for themselves since only one person can win the $750,000 prize.

The final six must now go against each other and they all scrambled to make deals to stay safe. Kyland and Xavier shook on a final two called “The Gentleman” since they are the two best players left. Meanwhile, no one is trusting anyone.

It was time for the Head of Household competition. The classic egg and chickenwire competition. The players had to maneuver an egg through a grate and use a ramp to knock over three “levers” and the first player to do so wins. Kyland and Derek got close but in the end, Kyland won another HOH. 

Kyland winning is a comfort to Tiffany since she and Hannah made a final three. However, his true alliance is with Xavier. He tells her his ideal plans are to put up Tiffany and Hannah with Azah as the re-nomination option if the veto is used. 

Hannah and Tiffany work to try and convince Kyland that Xavier is the biggest target in the house, which is true. However, Kyland said in the Diary Room that he wants to go to the end with the person who is the best competitor. 

 At the nomination ceremony, Kyland went ahead with his nominations of Tiffany and Hannah. Kyland says the nominations are not personal but game-related. It boils down to him not trusting either woman.

Who will win the Power of Veto? Find out when Big Brother continues on Wednesday night at 8/7c on CBS and Paramount+

Related Posts