Last night, Big Brother 20 brought you the final Head of Household Competition … or at least the first part of it. It went on until well after midnight Big Brother time, and with that we saw Kaycee, Tyler, and JC all face off to get a chance to basically take a nap from now until Wednesday.
Alas, the competition was not on the feeds, but we do now know who ended up securing sweet victory: Tyler! He now has a chance to basically relax for the next several days. He’s not going to be competing for part 2 and really, the only thing that he needs to do is be able to convince both Kaycee and JC that he wants to go to the final two with both of them.
Granted, JC has also talked with Kaycee a lot about the LGBT final two idea — there’s a little bit of drama as to what happens if JC makes it to the third and final part of the HoH competition, but that feels unlikely. We’re talking about someone who has won a single competition (one with potentially a heavy luck component to it) versus someone who has won five Veto Competitions and also an HoH — plus a Hacker Comp win, which is actually rather easy to forget about these days.
Kaycee and Tyler both tried reasonably hard to win this competition, though the pressure seemed to come off slightly after JC fell. It was endurance, and more than likely part 2 is going to be something a little bit more memory-based. That’s typically how things work with this part of the show.
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