The final four Veto is obviously one of the most important powers in any Big Brother season, and that is even more true this time.
Basically, the way that you have to look at it is this: If Kevin loses the Veto, he probably goes home given that this has been the plan for a rather long time. Paul won the final four Head of Household, and he’s guaranteed safety now until at least finale night. It’s now do-or-die for Kevin, and that’s pretty terrible given the fact that Kevin has not won a single competition all season. He may be a favorite at CarterMatt and elsewhere, but that doesn’t matter if he’s not capable of actually keeping himself safe when his back is against the wall.
So did he end up winning the Veto? Well, your answer here is “no,” unfortunately. In what should be a surprise to no one, Paul won this competition and now has all of the power to determine who he wants on the block, and who he in turn wants to be making the decision to send someone out of the game.
So what is Paul going to do now that he has won the power? Well, basically what Cody predicted a long time ago: He wants to take Josh to the end, given that he thinks that he is the person he is the most likely to beat. Ironically, we don’t think that is 100% the case since Josh may come across as more endearing than Christmas. That’s still not Paul’s biggest issue, though; instead, he may just have a jury that is super-bitter against his gameplay, especially since Cody is the person leading off the jury and he is the one who could really dictate what some of the action and the attitude is going to be towards him in the house. Suffice it to say that we’re very interested to get more from the jury house in order to understand more of what they’re thinking about the people who are still in the game. Paul seems to have it in the bag, bug crazier things have happened than Josh winning the final HoH and taking Christmas to the end over him.
What do you think about the final four Veto winner?
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