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'Big Brother 12' - Head of Household Spoilers

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Aug 27th 2010 9:40AM
Big Brother 12 is down to the final fiveLast night's 'Big Brother 12' live double eviction show ended on yet another cliffhanger. Sure, there was a lot of action in the episode itself -- an eviction, a Head of Household competition, nominations, a Power of Veto competition and then a second eviction.

That would leave us with a Head of Household who has no duties for the week unless ... there's another HoH competition. Unlike the normal weeks, the HoH comp won't be aired live. It will air on Sunday's episode. But it's already a done deal in reality. You can wait until Sunday to find out or you can keep on reading.

Beware -- extreme spoilers ahead!

On Wednesday night, prior to the big double eviction, the hamsters were given a catapult, some liquid-filled small soccer balls, and a wooden frame doohickey to practice for a competition. Ragan calls it a teeter-totter challenge. This, of course, showed on the live feeds, but not on the show itself. When the comp didn't come into play on Thursday night on the live show, I knew it would be the new HoH competition.

In practice, Hayden was the best at it. Ragan and Britney hated it and dreaded its coming into play. They had good reason. They were both inept at it and, although Hayden can't play as outgoing HoH (boy, that went fast!), there's still Lane and Enzo to deal with. Well, Lane, at least. Enzo doesn't seem like he can win anything except a darn good social game.

After the live show ended, the hamsters had to wait for about an hour and a half as the staff cleaned up the yard from the Thursday show and set up for the new competition. As usual, when it comes to these "secret games," the live feeds were blocked. After a couple hours, they returned and we have a new Head of Household.

Lane finally got his first competition win in the game. This is an important one, for sure. This will steer the Brigade Boys into the final four, then they have an excellent chance to make it to the final three. It should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway -- we can expect Britney and Ragan on the block this week with Ragan being the main target. If one of them wins the Power of Veto and comes off the block, a Brigade member will go up but either Ragan or Britney will go home. Then they just have to win one more HoH and they're sitting pretty.

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Actually Lane intends to keep a promise he made to Britney and not nominate her. He will put up Ragan and Enzo. I don't think Lane is considering the possibility of Britney winning the veto and taking Ragan off. This will leave him with no options and Hayden will up on the block with Ragan and Britney holding this week's 2 votes. If they vote smart (something neither has done so far) they will vote Hayden out and be able to play against only Enzo for the next HOH.

August 27 2010 at 7:13 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Sir Yuck-Yuck

Enzo had the gall to say that he or Lane or Heydon will be the final 2 and the one of them who goes to jury deserves the fan favourite vote so I am now going to

VOTE Brendon for the $25,000 fan favourite money

August 27 2010 at 1:35 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I watched the After Dark portion last night and once again Enzo was talking about how he was so close to winning. He is entertaining to watch but he is terrible in all of these competitions. He reminds me of one of those people that talks about how good they are at many things, but there is always something that prevented them from winning. He is lucky that the Brigade has carried him this far because if they had needed him to win anything, they would all be out.

August 27 2010 at 10:36 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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