We’ve had a fun journey getting to this point in “Big Brother 17,” and now, it’s happened: We’ve made it to the point where we start to discuss a little bit of what happens in the finale. Unless something absolutely nuts breaks over the next few hours, this will be our last article until the winner is crowned! Exciting, no?
For those who are reasonably new to the show, here is a quick breakdown of the way that we expect the finale to work this year:
1. The final Head of Household Competition begins. This is the part of the episode that will feel a little more boring for many out there to watch, thanks mostly to the sole fact that we know who won the first two parts already in Vanessa and Steve. We wish that at least one of them was completed in the Sunday episode, if for no other reason than that it opens up some more time for other things in the finale.
2. The jury deliberation. Dr. Will Kirby is doing it again this year, and we’re hearing a whole lot about there being a bunch of bitter people this time. It just remains to be seen if these people are bitter, or if it is really just Austin making a big platform for himself.
3. Part three of the final Head of Household. It doesn’t matter if this is shown before or after the jury segment. It’s probably something about trying to guess how jury members answered various questions. We’ve seen this done so many times before, and it really never changes.
4. The jury questioning and the crowning of the winner. We wish the jury had more time to debate this than they do, but whatever.
For those wondering the live feeds tonight are going to have interviews featuring Jeff Schroeder in the backyard. We’re going to be putting up articles on them throughout the night, and we’re also speaking via phone with the final three tomorrow.
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