The week 8 Power of Veto Competition transpired this afternoon in the Big Brother 23 house, and the stage was set once again for a competition with a predictable outcome.
What was going on here? There are a few things to keep in mind before we dive into anything else. Tiffany may have won Head of Household, but she is effectively powerless the rest of the week. The anonymous Coin of Destiny winner (Claire) is now in control, but she decided to keep Tiffany’s nominations (Sarah Beth and Kyland) the same. Xavier also remained on the block entering the Veto because of the Veto from last week.
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Neither Claire nor Tiffany got to automatically play in the Veto; Claire was drawn to play alongside Alyssa, Hannah, and the nominees. Sarah Beth winning is really the only thing that would massively stir up drama this week; she could remove herself from the block and in her place, Claire would have to decide what to do. She could nominate Alyssa, but that would be taking the easy way out and helping the Cookout further (not that she knows they exist). If she really wanted to get a big target out, she would nominate Derek F. so that either Kyland or Xavier would likely leave.
Does any of this talk matter now? As it turns out, no. Hannah won the Power of Veto and as of right now, it looks like she’ll be removing Xavier from the block. That means we’re in for a fairly non-eventful week, as Sarah Beth and Kyland are going to remain up on the block.
What do you think about the Veto winner within the Big Brother 23 house this week?
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