Live feeds from inside the Big Brother: Over the Top house have revealed the recipient of America’s Care Package, which cast members were kept safe during the week six Safety Ceremony, and the houseguests who are at risk for being evicted Wednesday night.
Viewers voted for which Big Brother: Over the Top cast mate they wanted to receive America’s Care Package, which involved the co-Head of Household (HOH) power. According to CBS, this week six care package offers one houseguest the awesome ability to be safe for the entire week, “share the perks of being HOH, and also name one of the two nominees for eviction.”
It should be noted that just two nights prior, on November 2, the Big Brother: Over the Top HOH challenge was played. It was quite difficult for most of the houseguests and involved the face morphing of two cast members into one image to create a strange looking mug. The challenge for houseguests was to determine which two players were in each photo in the shortest amount of time. Most of the houseguests timed out, as there was a 30-minute time limit, but one finished the competition in record time.
Shelby Stockton by far outplayed the other houseguests by winning the Big Brother: Over the Top week six HOH competition in just over three minutes. Little did she know at the time she would be sharing her win with the cast member who would receive America’s Care Package only two days later.
On November 4 at around 1 p.m. Big Brother: Over the Top house time, houseguests were ordered to head to the backyard where the care package gently parachuted down to the ground. Anticipation was high among the cast members who were already tense about Shelby’s HOH and who she might be targeting for eviction this week.
As it turned out, Jason Roy, the Big Brother 17 veteran, was the designated recipient of the co-HOH advantage. His allies, Danielle Lickey, Kryssie Ridolfi, and Justin Duncan, also known as the Late Night Jamboree (LNJ), were thrilled and felt as though America was finally helping them out.
Interestingly enough, Shelby and Jason have had a contentious relationship in the Big Brother: Over the Top house, with Jason, at times, being extremely harsh with comments he’s made to her face and behind her back. He has been seen on live feeds calling Shelby offensive names and disturbingly rubbing his armpits on her pillow case.
Wait a minute why is Jason rubbing his armpits on a pillowcase who's pillowcases that ???????????? #BBOTT— ????Łāūrēn (@7O4moon) October 15, 2016
The LNJ as a group has also discussed Shelby saying she is a loser in life and in the Big Brother: Over the Top house. Little do they know, Shelby, who has told her fellow houseguests she is a waitress, recently graduated from law school, has sat for the bar exam, and is now awaiting her test results in order to become a licensed attorney. Her intent in lying about her career and acting somewhat ditzy was to ensure she would not be seen as a threat to the others, thus, she is doing a convincing job of making them believe she is less intelligent than she really is.
Nevertheless, Shelby and Jason must try to engage in some semblance of gamesmanship this week due to sharing the HOH. The first part of their Safety Ceremony was held on Saturday and Shelby was allowed to choose who she would keep safe first. According to Joker’s Updates, Shelby chose Morgan Willett, who is part of her all-female alliance, the Ball Smashers. Jason was next and chose Kryssie to save.
On Sunday, the second half of the Safety Ceremony took place and Shelby chose to save Alex Willett, while Jason decided to protect Justin. As a result, Danielle and Whitney Hogg are the week six nominees.
According to Big Brother Network, some of the tension in the Big Brother: Over the Top house was broken Saturday night when houseguests created a makeshift bowling game using cabbages and melons wrapped up in aluminum foil.
Voting for America’s Nominee has begun, and the houseguest viewers want to see on the block will be revealed on Monday. Shortly thereafter, the Power of Veto (POV) will be played which could change the game once again.
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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