After one huge blindside shocked half the house, those remaining had to battle it out — and another was sent home!
The first eviction of the night was a pretty intense one, to say the least. Somehow, Paul convinced the whole house to split the vote so that all the blood went on Christmas‘ hands. Their speeches made it clear that Jason thought he was safe, and Kevin thought he was going home.
Alex and Raven voted to keep Jason, while Paul and a very emotional meatball, Josh, voted to keep Kevin. So that meant that Christmas had to call out Jason, and send him home. His goodbye was probably one of the saddest things we’ve seen thus far on Big Brother — he literally stormed out, Cody style, not saying goodbye to one soul. Alex of course tried chasing after him, as did Paul, which is a little annoying since it was his fault that Jason was sent packing.
During Jason’s chat with Julie, he was in shock; he didn’t know which of his teammates turned on him… until he say his goodbye messages. Those messages may have ended Paul’s game. In Josh’s goodbye video, he told Jason the whole plan was Paul’s and that he had a final three deal with Paul and Christmas — the same deal Jason thought Paul had with him and Alex. As the cherry on top, Paul’s video included him saying that he was sorry, and he’d try to keep working with Alex. Needless to say, Jason was pissed and this was not friendship.
Naturally, Alex was livid — so much so that she put all her energy into the HOH competition and won. She quickly had to choose nominations, putting up Kevin and Raven (Raven had voted for Jason to go, since Jason voted out Matt). Somehow, Paul still was not a target. (In the words of Bobby Moyniham, HOW?!)
At the POV competition, Josh was so upset that he won it — seriously, maybe these people need to get emotional more often in this game? After admitting he felt alone in the game, he decided not to use the Power of Veto and leave the nominations as is. Paul and Christmas voted out Raven, making it official and they clearly told Josh to do the same. Instead, he voted out Kevin; so, Raven was sent home.
HollywoodLifers, were you shocked that somehow Paul is still running the game?