Who won the final HoH, part 2 within the Big Brother 21 house today? Within this piece we come bearing some answers on that — and, of course, a discussion as to what it means.
We know that production did take a heck of a lot of time today working to put this competition together — after all, they waited until this evening to start it off! Based on a Big Brother After Dark leak that happened a little bit earlier today, all indications suggest that we’re going to be seeing some sort of nighttime-themed memory comp, one where your knowledge of the days is paramount in order to ensure that you can get through this in one piece. Sure, having athletic ability matters … but it’s not the only thing that does.
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Here’s a quick mapping out of the scenarios at the heart of this competition. In the event that Nicole wins this competition, she will compete against Jackson in the third part on Wednesday’s finale. Whoever wins that will get the choice to decide who they want to sit with … and it will probably be Holly. Holly could theoretically throw this competition, knowing that she will got to the final three no matter what happens. Nonetheless, she’s better off winning this for the sake of having more of a resume at the end. She’d probably take Jackson if she wins part 3, but there’s at least a chance that she could move in a different direction.
In the end, Holly did win the second part of the final Head of Household, which means that she and Jackson are going to square off on finale night. More than likely, this means that Nicole is going to be gone in third place pending some big surprise that happens over the next few days. It doesn’t make sense for Jackson to abandon Holly, but it may make some sense for Holly to abandon Jackson.
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