Big Brother 20 live feed spoilers: Sam, Kaitlyn, Brett, and paranoia galore (day 26, evening)

Sam BledsoeTonight, Big Brother 20 has officially delivered on something that we always appreciate getting at this point in the season: Outstanding live feeds. There’s so much paranoia going on, and we’ve also got some rather interesting questions regarding what’s going to happen even after the Veto Ceremony.

As of right now, Winston and Brett are going to remain on the block after the Veto, and the plan has fluctuated around for a little while now. While Scottie wants to eliminate Brett, we think the voting members of Level 6 is more inclined to get rid of Winston. It’s really too early to know who is going home just because we’re still days away from it.

Also, we do think there’s a chance Sam uses her power. She spent a good chunk of time tonight grilling Brett about his allegiances and plans, almost as though she was testing him to see if she wanted to use her power on him. She knows that it will be used automatically if she doesn’t use it this week and because of that, she wants some element of control over it. She’ll probably feel ridiculous for using it this week if she’s in danger next week, though … right?

While Sam has done her interrogation, we’ve also had a chance to see some more insanity courtesy of Kaitlyn, who has spent the better part of the past several hours feeling convinced that she could be nominated at the Veto Ceremony — this has led to Tyler having to coddle her, telling her that everything is going to be okay and that she should calm down. We do feel for Tyler, especially since being saddled with Kaitlyn is arguably the worst thing for his game since she’s got this pattern of routinely getting herself in trouble and he can’t figure out a way to distance himself from it.

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