The Power of Veto Competition just started in the Big Brother 20 house this afternoon, but there was a surprising amount of entertaining drama that came out before it.
Take, for example, a ton of back-and-forth between Kaitlyn and Faysal on the subject of whether or not he would use the Veto on her if he wins. She doesn’t want him to try if he is indecisive, but he wants to try since he doesn’t want to be a replacement nominee. He’s telling her that he’s torn over what to do, but we really don’t think that he is. We’re going to be living for the drama that comes if he chooses to use it on Haleigh. That will be explosive, and isn’t that what we all really like to see in the game?
Sure, Kaitlyn feels betrayed and hurt that he’s unsure as to what to do with the Veto if he wins, but we’re sure that he also felt betrayed when she nominated one of his best friends in the house in Swaggy C. Unless Kaitlyn dominates this competition, odds are she is toast. We don’t think she has earned “competition beast” status just because she won a Head of Household that is largely a crapshoot.
Elsewhere in the house, Brett is trying to sew the seeds of Rockstar as a possible replacement nominee, telling Sam that Rockstar and Kaitlyn have been running around claiming that the vote flip from the last eviction was actually just the result of Sam using her power to change some votes from her fellow houseguests. Really, Rockstar can’t be held all that responsible for this!
You can read more about the Veto players over at the link here. We already wrote today that Sam isn’t going to push hard for the winner to use / not use the Veto, but she isn’t planning to use it herself.
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