'Big Brother 20:' JC's Rogue Vote Leaves The House Questioning Everything

Caitlin Albers

Big Brother 20 is being regarded as one of the best seasons in years, and it's because a majority of the house is playing the game and not floating like previous seasons. Several of the past summers in the BB house revolved around one power player who used minions to get what they wanted, but BB20 shows everyone playing some sort of game.

One of the biggest players by far is JC Mounduix. The dancer has mastered playing both sides of the house, forming friendships with members of "Level 6" and "FOUTTE" but not actually being a member of either alliance. JC has planted seeds in almost every player's ears about who needs to go home each week, and more often than not the vote goes the way he wanted it to. JC might have had some controversy in the house, as the Inquisitr previously reported, but he still appears to be playing the game hard.

His biggest power play by far came in Week 4 when he convinced members of the "Level 6" alliance to vote out Kaitlyn Herman instead of Angie "Rockstar" Lantry. "Level 6" members were never too fond of Rockstar but did maintain friendships with Kaitlyn throughout the season. JC convinced "Level 6" that Kaitlyn was mentally unstable in the game, and you could never trust the life-coaches word. Despite Brett Robinson telling JC that Rockstar would never be on their side, the entire alliance ended up voting out Kaitlyn who was ultimately eliminated.

Tyler made it clear to his houseguests that he did not vote out Rockstar, and all the other houseguests began to wonder who was telling the truth. Even close friends Haleigh Broucher and Faysal Shafaat felt some tension over JC's secret vote when Haleigh questioned if Faysal was the one who flipped.

Angry at Haleigh's suggestion, Faysal became agitated since he had just used the Power of Veto to pull her off the block.

Big Brother airs Wednesday and Thursday night at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.