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‘Big Brother’ season 24 begins with bigger, wilder HOH comp and surprising twists

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elder brother Wednesday kicked off a new season, and host Julie Chen Moonves had some big twists and turns for the 16 new houseguests who moved in elder brother family.

The show began with a Desert Festival-themed house and Big Brother Fest competition introducing four new house guests at once.

Each guest received a special pass that directed them to one of three Big Brother Festival stations—the Porta Potty area, the merch stand, and the piercing station. With five houseguests in each location, only one – that left ‘Pooch’ Pucciarelli – to sit on a golden throne as the so-called backstage boss.

Before revealing what would actually happen, three groups of five houseguests faced different challenges. Porta Potty contestants had to listen to the conversation going on outside the porta potty and then correctly answer questions about the conversation.

Those who answered incorrectly – or answered correctly but slowest – were sprinkled with a flood of blue, until only one was left. The winner of that challenge, Monte Taylor, thus earned the privilege of competing in the first HOH comp of the season.

Meanwhile, the Piercing Station challenge saw house guests clip the stage ornaments to their faces the fastest, and Matthew Turner won. For the Merch Stand Challenge, all five house guests had to hang from a T-shirt suspended in the air. Daniel Durston managed to beat the rest, and secured the last slot in the HOH comp.

The first HOH competition itself was surprisingly straightforward compared to what had happened before. Monte, Daniels and Matthew face off in a fast race to see who can crack open a giant gearbox and assemble a giant drum kit puzzle the fastest. After a close challenge, Daniels managed to secure a second consecutive win and became the first HOH of the season.

So you may ask, what was Pooch’s whole deal as a backstage boss? As Julie reveals, it’s a blessing and a curse.

While he is the backstage boss – which is a temporary role – Pooch cannot compete in any HOH competitions and he cannot vote in any takedowns. However, he is protected from eviction.

While it sounds like a gift, Julie reveals that she had to name three other houseguests — none of whom she knew almost at all — to join her backstage. They also will not be able to compete in HOH comp or vote on expulsion, and cannot be nominated. However, unlike them, they are not protected from being evicted. Obviously, this would be a significant difference.

Essentially, as backstage boss, Pooch suddenly becomes responsible for blowing up the strategy and gameplay of three other random houseguests and possibly casting them in a very negative light. Furthermore, he only had the length of a commercial break to do so.

Ultimately, he devised the most appropriate way to make such an arbitrary decision—he picked the three men who were first eliminated in the night’s first three mini-comps—Paloma Aguilar, Alyssa Snyder, and Brittany Hoops. The overly apologetic pooch may have saved himself by using his power as much as possible.

However, Julie added to the suspense of the first eviction night, telling the houseguest, whom the pooch has chosen, “All three of you are backstage for weeks. Remember, even though all three of you may not be nominated for eviction, in this There’s no guarantee you’ll win.” Don’t be the first house guest to go home. I’ll leave you with it.”

Fans will have to see what this all means when elder brother Returns on Sunday. New episodes air on CBS on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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