Live feeds streaming from inside The Big Brother: Over the Top house have been full of unpredictable content, and Saturday was no exception. Things got heated during the afternoon hours when Justin Duncan confronted Monte Massongill about some less-than-kind statements he may have made, prompting Neeley Jackson, who had questions of her own for Monte, to join in.
Additionally, Alex Willett, the Week 2 Head of Household (HOH), was tasked with picking four cast members to save in the first part of the Safety Ceremony, and Kryssie Ridolfi granted one houseguest safety with the power she’d been given with America’s Care Package.
The confrontation that deepened major riffs in the house took place on October 8, at about 1:10 p.m. Big Brother: Over the Top house time, according to Joker’s Updates.
Monte, outside of Justin’s presence, had been joking prior about Justin stealing clothing. Justin was infuriated when he heard this and could be seen on CBS All Access live feeds asking Danielle Lickey and Jason Roy about the situation. Danielle noted that Neeley was present when Monte made his quip and she was quite angry about it.
Justin said he thought Monte’s comments were “racist” and Jason agreed, stating he believed Monte had also made “gay” remarks. Justin repeated he wanted to “check” Monte and confront him about what was said, but the others dissuaded him from doing so – at least for the moment.
Not long after, a likely inevitable confrontation between Monte and Justin took place, according to Daily Hamsterwatch.
At around 1:18 p.m., a light bulb in the kitchen popped, which sent a number of Big Brother: Over the Top houseguests outside into the backyard, Joker’s Updates reports. Justin could then be heard on live feeds yelling at Monte, cursing and telling Monte to “get the f*** out of here!”
Monte seemed perplexed and told the others he hoped Justin takes a swing at him because that would send Justin home.
Danielle remained in the Big Brother: Over the Top house trying to calm Justin down, but he headed out the sliding glass doors toward the backyard shouting at Monte, “Don’t look at me! Look the other way!” Monte responded with, “I don’t know what you heard man,” but Justin was having none of it, according to Joker’s Updates, sending more expletives Monte’s way before he began working out.
According to Joker’s Updates, Monte seemed to be confused and said that someone must be trying to cause problems or really “mixed something up.”
By 1:47 p.m., everyone was still in the Big Brother: Over the Top backyard except Justin and Scott, who went inside.
Kryssie told Monte she felt as though Scott Dennis was trying to drive a wedge between him and Justin. She argued it was her belief that Scott was making things up to cause drama in the house.
After a short while, Neeley chimed in and asked Monte to come clean and admit whether he was racist or not. According to Joker’s Updates, Monte adamantly stated, “No, not at all!” Neeley continued to press Monte, saying she just wanted to make sure and told him, “I gotta know.” Monte responded by asserting he’d made no “racist comments,” but believed Justin is a sexist.
Monte added the way Justin speaks about women makes him mad, to which Neeley said, “I respect that… I get that… that makes sense,” Joker’s Updates reports.
Jason jumped into the conversation, letting Monte know that he thought Monte might be homophobic due to not wanting to share a bed with another man. Monte explained, “…there is nothing wrong with people being different. That’s what makes the world go round,” presumably indicating he has no problem with Jason being gay.
According to Joker’s Updates, talk eventually turned to Scott-bashing, with Alex saying he’s playing a “terrible game.” Jason offered his opinion on Scott, stating he’s “disgracing the superfans” and took the spot of someone deserving and who wanted to be on Big Brother: Over the Top.
Regarding the Big Brother: Over the Top game, as HOH, Alex took part in the first half of the Week 2 Safety Ceremony and chose Kryssie, Neeley, Morgan Willett, and Whitney Hogg to keep safe. The second half of the Safety Ceremony will take place on Sunday.
Also, Kryssie, who was given the Save-A-Friend power as the recipient of the first Big Brother: Over the Top Care Package, used it to keep Jason safe. According to Buddy TV, this means Jason will be safe for the entire week and cannot be nominated for eviction Alex, however, he is not immune from being nominated by America.
Big Brother: Over the Top streams 24 hours a day, seven days a week on CBS All Access, with CBS promising no blackouts, even during competitions. Monday through Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern Time, the show streams a Weekday Replay of house events, however, the show’s regular schedule is as follows (it should be noted all times shown are Eastern):
10 p.m. – Final Weekly Safety Ceremony and Nomination Reveal
4 p.m. – Power of Veto Competition
4 p.m. – Power of Veto Meeting
10:30 p.m. – Live Diary Room Sessions
10 p.m. – Weekly Full Episode
11 p.m. – Live Eviction
12 a.m. – Head of Household (HOH) Competition
Julie Chen Live Interviews with Houseguests and Recent Evictee
10:30 p.m. – Live Diary Room Sessions
4 p.m. – Weekly Have Not Reveal
10 p.m. – Safety Ceremony
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