‘Big Brother: Over The Top’ Spoilers: Did Shane Profess Devotion To Danielle, What Did Jason Confess, Who Was Evicted Week 3, And Who Is New HOH?

Live feeds streaming from inside the Big Brother: Over the Top house on eviction eve revealed some of the cast members expressing their true feelings to one another, while others shared frustration and anxiety. In addition, on Wednesday, during the live eviction show, one cast member got the boot and was bitter about his exit, but not long after Big Brother 18’s Paul Abrahamian entered the house and lightened the mood by hosting the Week 4 Head of Household (HOH) competition.

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After Scott Dennis, the Week 3 HOH backdoored Shane Chapman and placed him on the chopping block next to his showmance partner, Danielle Lickey, and their fellow houseguest, Neeley Jackson, Shane knew his fate was most likely to be sent home on eviction night.

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This prompted the showmance partners, nicknamed “Shanielle,” to have a discussion about their feelings in the wee hours of the morning, with Shane pouring out his heart to Danielle. According to Joker’s Updates, at around 3:22 a.m., Shane confessed to Danielle he’d been hurt in the past, and didn’t realize he could feel the way he does for her.

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Shane continued professing his devotion, telling Danielle that she’s changed his life and then tried to give her his personal contact information. Because the cast members are not allowed to use pen and paper to write things down, the couple attempted to use nail polish to accomplish the task.

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Joker’s Updates reports that Shane further expressed to Danielle that he thinks she is perfect and was worried that she’d like fellow houseguest Justin Duncan and wouldn’t like him. Shane said he would spray a T-shirt with cologne on it and leave it for her, presumably so she could sniff it to remind her of him when he’s gone. Shane promised to watch Danielle on Big Brother: Over the Top and root for her as he does.

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The couple also talked about trying to build a relationship once the show is over and they both agreed they met at the perfect time, according to Joker’s Updates.

Shortly before Shane and Danielle’s confessions to one another, Jason had a confession of his own to deliver to live feed viewers, noting he was “so stressed,” Joker’s Updates reports. Jason was alone in the backyard and said that instead of wanting to evict Shane from the Big Brother: Over the Top game, he believed Danielle should go home first. Danielle had been placed on the block by viewers who used America’s Eviction Vote to put her in jeopardy.

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So, Jason told those watching the live feeds, “I want to give you America what you want… you want Danielle out… I want to give y’all that.” He argued that without Danielle, Shane is “nothing,” but that she is “everything without Shane” and will be “more focused on the game than she has been.” Jason emphasized that he was frustrated that Scott and his allies were dead set on getting Shane out, so there wasn’t much he could do about it.

Jason further confessed he’s been working both sides of the house and stated, “I know I probably look like the biggest rat fink of the universe,” noting he’s simply trying to play the game, according to Joker’s Updates.

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Then, as fate would have it, on October 19, the inevitable happened and Shane was evicted, but didn’t go out of the Big Brother: Over the Top house quietly.

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During his pre-eviction speech, he emphasized that only some of the cast members were part of his Big Brother family, including Danielle, Justin, Kryssie Ridolfi, Jason Roy, and Neeley Jackson, and said the rest of the houseguests were fake and he would not hug them on his way out the door.

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Subsequently, the doorbell of the Big Brother: Over the Top house rang, and low and behold, BB18’s Paul entered to host the Week 4 HOH competition, entitled “Perfect Shot.”

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The houseguests, except Scott, who was the outgoing HOH, had to dig through a multitude of different colored balls that were continuously dropped into the backyard to find those with tokens in them. They had one hour to find up to 10 tokens at a time, bring them to Paul and exchange them for larger balls that were to be rolled down a long, skinny, wavy wooden lane with a box at the end. The first houseguest to successfully get one of their balls into the box won HOH.

At around 9:35 p.m., according to Joker’s Updates, Kryssie, who had 10 balls in hand, took a few shots and then made one into the box, winning the Week 4 HOH.

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Joker’s Updates reports Kryssie already has her sights set on a target, as she told her alliance she intends to place Morgan Willett and Whitney Hogg on the block, but hopes America nominates Scott. If one of them is saved by the Week 4 Power of Veto (POV), Kryssie then plans to backdoor Alex Willett.

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):

Sundays

10 p.m. – Final Weekly Safety Ceremony and Nomination Reveal

Mondays

4 p.m. – Power of Veto Competition

Tuesdays

4 p.m. – Power of Veto Meeting

10:30 p.m. – Live Diary Room Sessions

Wednesdays

10 p.m. – Weekly Full Episode

11 p.m. – Live Eviction

12 a.m. – Head of Household (HOH) Competition

Thursdays

Julie Chen Live Interviews with Houseguests and Recent Evictee

Fridays

10:30 p.m. – Live Diary Room Sessions

Saturdays

4 p.m. – Weekly Have Not Reveal

10 p.m. – Safety Ceremony

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