Big Brother 20 episode 26 review: Scottie Salton evicted

ScottieTonight, Big Brother 20 episode 26 was going to mark the end of the road for Scottie Salton in the game. There was virtually no other way around it.

How devoid of drama was tonight’s episode? Let’s just put it this way — CBS had to figure out a way to extend the Veto Ceremony into tonight as a means to ensure that there would be some compelling television. After all, the most compelling thing this week was Scottie briefly throwing Haleigh under the bus as a last-ditch attempt to save himself. Scottie should’ve really fought to get Sam on the block instead of Haleigh earlier on since that was never going to happen. Haleigh got upset and was crying when she heard about what he was doing, but why wouldn’t Scottie think that she was playing him given that her #1 ally put him on the block?

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Beyond the Scottie drama, really the only other thing that was rather interesting was seeing a segment about all of Tyler’s different alliances (he is working with every single person!) alongside Brett starting a fire in the kitchen.

The eviction – Scottie was gone from the game, and the vote was unanimous. After the vote, Scottie told Julie Chen that his hope was that Sam would sink her own ship by suggesting to Faysal that Haleigh should have been nominated. He also said that he didn’t think he had to defend himself over a rogue vote.

Scottie’s eviction episode was ultimately rather anticlimactic, mostly because not all that much happened over the course of it. We got an eviction and heard about the Jury Battle Back at the very end of the show, but that was really it.

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