Big Brother 24 Episode 13 Recap: Who Won the Head of Household?

Following the expulsion of Nicole Layog on “Big Brother 24”, there were only 12 players left in the game. lone competitor Taylor Hale decided to join the girls, Alyssa Snider and Indiana “Indy” Santos, which meant the trio had an extra chance to claim victory in the upcoming Head of Household contest. So which person won the HOH Key, and which set of “Festie Besties” did they nominate for eviction?

Below, read our “Big Brother” minute-by-minute recap of Season 24, Episode 13 to find out what happened on Sunday, August 7 at 8:00 PM ET/PT. Then be sure to talk in the comments section about your favorite “BB” guests on the CBS reality show, who annoys you the most and who you think will eventually join the “Big Brother” winners list. .

The remaining 12 guests were split into the following sets of “Festie Besties”: Alyssa Snider, Indiana “Indy” Santos and Taylor Hale, Hoops of Brittany and Michael Bruner, Daniel Durston and Kyle Capener, Jasmine Davis and Matthew “Turner” Turnerand Joseph Abdin, Mount Taylor and Terrance Higgins.

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20:00 – “Previously on ‘Big Brother’! In the 12th episode, Nicole and Daniel slowly began to realize that they didn’t have enough votes to protect Nicole after all, which meant that Daniel’s use of the veto was a huge mistake. In the live vote, Daniel was the only person who voted to evict Taylor, while the other nine people voted to evict Nicole. In his exit interview with Julie Chen Moonves, Nicole finally learned the truth about the Leftovers alliance. But enough about last week, it’s time to start this new HOH compilation!

8:02 p.m. – Following Nicole’s expulsion, Taylor explained her choice to join Indy and Alyssa as Festie Besties to protect herself in case they are nominated again – this way The Leftovers will have the opportunity to vote at their square. While the expulsion was great news for Taylor, it was the worst possible news for Daniel, who had now remained in the house as the only person who voted to keep Nicole, the player he considered his number one. a. He asked Alyssa why she and the other women rejected Nicole, but Alyssa had no answer for him. Their decision was to stay on the “voting right side” because they couldn’t have saved Nicole anyway.

8:06 p.m. – Still reeling from the expulsion, Daniel openly told Monte that he and Michael were in the best position to qualify for the final two due to the quality of their play. He told Monte that he was successful to convince everyone to follow his path and it’s a respectable game. Daniel was convinced that Monte had lied and wanted to have the conversation about why Monte acted the way he did in front of everyone, but Monte didn’t want to. Monte knew that Daniel was trying to blow his game openly and so he tried to end the conversation, but Daniel kept insisting and everyone in the house just thought he was “losing his mind”.

8:13 p.m. – For Daniel, everything was on the line in the HOH competition. For this competition, outgoing HOH Monte welcomed players as they had to navigate a course of balance beams with varying levels of difficulty in order to cross the “Big Brother Dog Park” the fastest. Daniel launched the competition and finished in 16.49 seconds without falling. Michael followed, knowing that he and Brittany are the only Leftovers members without a Festie Bestie outside of the alliance as protection. Michael took the tougher route to the finish and did it successfully with a time of 11.79 seconds. Since Michael was already up front, the remaining Leftovers players were happy that HOH in Michael’s hands would be the best case for him and Brittany to be protected, but that didn’t stop Taylor, Kyle and Turner from trying to win. . Still, not everyone in the house could beat Michael’s time and so he was named the new head of the household.

8:27 p.m. – With the power in his hands, Michael said he will commit to doing what is best for him while considering what is good for The Leftovers. The first thing for him to do was get in touch with Brittany to see which direction they should go. Michael said Daniel is the obvious target, but that might not necessarily be what’s best for them. When Taylor entered the room, he told the girls his plan would be to hijack Daniel and the pawn options were Turner/Jasmine or Monte/Terrance/Joseph.

8:32 p.m. – Joseph and Monte thought it would be best for them to talk to Michael about wanting to be pawns, as it puts strong players in the veto chase and makes it look like they’re not working with Michael . Monte said he felt good about their position in the house and that it was a good idea to build trust and goodwill in the house, because the worst case scenario is that they stay in the neighborhood and that Terrance returns home.

8:38 p.m. – After sealing a pair of muffins in a bag to eat them later, Jasmine discovered that when she went to eat them, someone had clearly taken a few bites. She went on a mission to find out who the muffin culprit was, but that just made Turner, her Festie Bestie, more annoyed with her and ready to prank her more.

8:41 p.m. – At their first Leftovers meeting since Michael’s coronation, Turner proposed that she and Jasmine go up as pawns with the secret hope that if things don’t go as planned, Jasmine should go home instead. Daniel. Monte said it was better for him, Joseph and Terrance to go up instead. Michael liked the idea of ​​Monte being a pawn because it gave him time to consider whether or not keeping Daniel and eliminating Monte might be his best option.

8:47 p.m. – Now that they had the first kiss behind them, Kyle and Alyssa found more and more time to join their lips. During a kissing session in the storage room, they recognized and agreed that they qualified as a showman.

8:49 p.m. – Having finally had a chance to talk to Michael, Daniel said he was ready to make any kind of deal to stay another week in the house. He told Michael he would do “any dirty work” for him if he got the power. Michael offered the perspective that the house wants Daniel out, but that’s not necessarily what’s best for him personally, so if the veto doesn’t get used to it, he’d technically be fine with it.

8:52 p.m. – Ahead of the nominations, Michael and Brittany met again to candidly discuss their belief that they logically can’t go all the way with just The Leftovers, as players like Joseph and Monte will be hard to beat at the end of the season match. They know they will eventually want to “take a big step” and will have to weigh whether or not this is the week to take that big step against Monte.

8:56 p.m. – During the naming ceremony, Michael revealed set photos of Festie Bestie Monte, Joseph and Terrance. He told them not to take it personally and said the house considers them the strongest group. Daniel was happy to see “two huge threats” on the block, but knew turning it away was an option the house was pressuring Michael to do. Monte felt safe in the position no matter what happened with the Veto and Michael liked that he still had options open as to whether he was targeting Daniel or Monte for expulsion.

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