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Brothers before showmanship! elder brother Thursday delivered a two-hour special Live Eviction episode, and with it all the twists, turns, double-crosses and implode alliances you could possibly expect.
For the first time in weeks, it was not immediately clear to everyone who would go home when it came time to vote. Or how Kyle Kepner’s absolutely subtle performance with Alyssa Snyder (who isn’t part of their alliance) would drive a nail into their alliance (which, and it’s very important, he’s not part of it. It’s mentioned twice) Just to emphasize how bad choices are being made in this House).
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So, which two houseguests sent the packing? Scroll down for the big reveal. Otherwise, here’s how everything went and what happened during Thursday’s live show.
as in any season elder brother As the game progresses, the gameplay becomes messy and the alliance tensions, often at a breaking point. When you add romance to the mix, things get more complicated. Which brings us to this past week.
Last Thursday, the House ousted Daniel Durston during Michael Brunner’s reign as head of the household. Then, host Julie Chen Moonves dropped a bomb, strategically speaking — the “festy bestie” twist — where all the houseguests were paired — was ending.
It was a major blow to The Leftovers – the dominating alliance made up of Matthew “Turner” Turner, Monte Taylor, Joseph Abdin, Taylor Hale, Brittany Hoops, as well as Kyle and Michael. Leftists were using the pair system to elect people outside the coalition. But now, it will be difficult to keep their hands clean and their alliance a secret.
After Daniels was ousted, Taylor became the head of the household, marking her first time with real power – and it proved to be more difficult than she thought it would be. Ultimately, she chose to nominate two people from outside the coalition – Terrence Higgins and Indiana “Indy” Santos.
Taylor’s ultimate goal was to use Indy as a pawn, and instead backdoor Alyssa – one of the physically stronger competitors – using Vito.
Now, this is where things get complicated. Kyle was the one who won the veto power. Kyle was not only in a performance with Alyssa – he is also in a side alliance – named the Five Swatters – with Indy, Jasmine Davis, Alyssa and Joseph. However, for Kyle and Joseph (who are also survivors), Five Swatter is a purposefully fake alliance meant only to placate female housewives who are not part of the real alliance.
Seriously, it’s so complicated that it seems like most homeowners involved in layered gameplay don’t really know what they’re a part of, and are just pretending to know what’s going on day in and day out—like when you Fall asleep in the middle of a work meeting and wake up with a bunch of new responsibilities and no idea what any of them mean.
Ultimately, Kyle decides to save his girlfriend—literally, he asks Alyssa to be his girlfriend while making out in a bedroom—and goes against the will of their alliance by not using his veto power. . It also felt like a betrayal for the Five Swatters, but it’s very low-key because it’s all bullshit.
Kyle’s role this week was not just because he went against their alliance, but because of a very uncomfortable conversation with Michael and Brittany (all three of whom are white), in which he claimed that Taylor, Monte and Joseph (these three are POCs) forming a side-alliance inspired by The Cookout from last season.
This suggestion doesn’t sit well with Michael and Brittany — who are also each other’s last two — because a) they think the optics make them look the least problematic, and b) they don’t even think it’s true. . They don’t understand what good it would do to rip The Leftovers apart based on the word of a friend who isn’t playing at 100% because of his performance-clouding judgment.
When Britney explains to Kyle not so subtly how bad her urges can sound if someone just watches them — you know, all the cameras running 24/7 or the hugely popular TV show they’re all competing against — Kyle Dropped theme pretty immediately.
So, with Kyle opting not to use his veto, Indy and Terence are locked on the chopping block – marking Terence’s third time on the block. And, as always, his saving grace is that he’s not a threat to anyone else’s game. With this kind of strategy people have made it this far and even won.
Now, the only thing left for The Leftovers is to decide whether to vote Indy unanimously or give it a sympathy vote.
And that brings us to Thursday’s Live Eviction Night!
Despite Indy’s best efforts, his luck was sealed. In addition to a sympathy vote from Michael – which was actually a strategic move to try and win Indy’s favor, as she is the first member of the jury this year – Indy was ousted by a vote of 7 to 1.
Unlike Daniels’ dramatic and somewhat non-player exit last week, Indy hugged everyone and delivered a powerful (if somewhat scattered) speech to the remaining house guests just before heading out the door. Gave.
“Please keep having fun, do as best you can. Do your job. Let God be God. I’m walking through this door… You did my best. Whenever you come home, you’ll see that I’ve done mine.” Best given. Each of you,” she said, with tears in her eyes. “I hope you guys really regret it. But anyway, you’ll have a friend. I’ll pray for you all.”
“I want this money to go to the best, most honest, most loving and most wonderful person,” she said. “If this money goes to the wrong person, I’ll get angry. But I’m not right now. I’m glad I got this opportunity. I love you so much. Do your best. Be loyal. Be the best of yourself.” Good version so your family is proud of you.”
After leaving, Indy sat down for her exit interview with Julie, who asked her if she blamed Taylor—who nominated her—for her eviction.
“From Taylor, I really believe she had other priorities. I really don’t see how she intended to see me in this situation,” she shared. When asked who she blames, there was no hesitation when Indy replied, “Kyle.”
“Since we had an alliance when he was in the block, we aligned. I chose him to play veto. He won the veto and he didn’t save me,” she explained perfectly accurately. She was a little less precise when she suggested that Kyle was trying to “protect Monte” because “Monte was Taylor’s target.” Which is clearly not correct in many different ways.
After Indy’s expulsion, Julie addresses the guests of the house and takes on a whole new bombshell twist.
“you must know, elder brother The game is about to change completely,” said Julie. “You’re about to experience a week elder brother As this game has never been played in more than 20 years. Get ready for a split house twist.”
“What does that mean? This week, there will be two games of elder brother Being played together and separately. Tonight the two heads of the household will be crowned. One HOH will stay indoors this week and four other house guests will play a game elder brother In Big Brochella. A second HOH, along with the remaining four houseguests, will be in the backyard all week. they will be playing their elder brother Games at Dior Fest.”
“These two groups of five will have no contact all week. They will be completely separated. One in, one out. Both will have their own nominations, their own veto contest, their own veto meeting and their own vote and There will be expulsion. That is, in each group of five one person will be the HOH, two will be nominated, only two will vote and one will be evicted… [meaning] Two houseguests will be sent to the jury in double eviction like no other.”
For Thursday’s HOH comp – Michael and Terence claim the win, with Michael winning everyone and being the HOH inside the house, while Terence is the HOH of the group that will be out for next week. How will the house be divided? “Classic schoolyard pick,” Julie explained.
Now we just have to wait and see which one is chosen.
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