David and Cody chat in the HOH Suite and Cody tells David he should be nervous because grabbing the $10k prize was a bad move. Cody wants Kevin evicted this week
but worries David will have swayed the Houseguests too much.
Kevin tries to patch up his relationship with Cody. He apologizes for the awkward conversation they had. Cody now wonders if Kevin is the best person to target this week.
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The Houseguests get a message from their neighbor, Dr. Will, who cryptically advises them to plan “three steps ahead
Several of the Houseguests feel sure this alludes to a double eviction. David and Memphis both guess that this could actually mean a triple eviction and the Houseguests start having meetings amongst themselves to plan.
Enzo throws out the idea to Cody of nominating Memphis based on his double Wise Guys maneuver. Cody, however, thinks Tyler is a better target as a fierce competitor. Dani warns Cody of the danger of Christmas winning an HOH.
Tyler hopes David will stay to help him target Nicole and Dani
if it’s a double or triple eviction.
Later, Tyler talks to Dani and they speak generally about who in their alliance should be targeted first. Tyler lies that he wouldn’t target Dani, but in the Diary Room, he confirms she would absolutely be who he goes after first.
The Live Vote and Eviction begins
and host Julie Chen Moonves tells viewers she’s keeping the triple eviction a secret for now. Julie gives Kevin and David a chance to sway the Houseguests with a final speech.
Kevin tells the Houseguests if he stays he is happy to work with them. David speaks to being the second male African American houseguest to make it to Jury but says he has bigger goals and hopes to accomplish them.
The votes come out 6 to 0 to evict Kevin.
Julie gives Kevin the news and without any hugs to his fellow Houseguests, he joins her on stage in front of the Big Brother house. He speaks to the struggles in this year’s game and his five times on the block and how different that is to his first game where he made it to the Final Three. Julie commends him on the important conversations he had in the house and he is thrilled and emotional to know those conversations aired and he was able to represent his various communities.
The first HOH competition
of the night begins called “It’s All About Will” where the Houseguests have to answer questions about their neighbor Dr. Will in his appearances to them over the last week.
Memphis alone answers the final question correctly and wins the Head of Household. Memphis has to give his two nominations immediately and he nominates David and Nicole.
The first Power of Veto competition is called “Ice In Your Veins”
and each Houseguest has to make their way across a balance beam, complete a puzzle, return across the balance beam, and be the first to finish. Anyone who falls into the “lava” is eliminated.
Christmas, in her first official Veto competition, finishes first and wins the Power of Veto. The Houseguests head inside to hold very quick meetings with Christmas.
Nicole and David each get a chance to sway Christmas and tell her they hope she will use the Veto on them but understand she has to do what’s right for her game. Ultimately Christmas decides not to use the Power of Veto
Julie gives both Nicole and David a chance to sway the Houseguests. Nicole hardly knows what to say and David speaks to having more game left in him to play.
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Christmas and Tyler are the sole votes to evict Nicole, with the other three votes for David. Julie gives the Houseguests the news that David is evicted from the Big Brother house
David goes out to speak to Julie, gathering his emotions. Julie asks David if he regrets taking the $10k in the Veto competition and he says he does not, especially given how things went this evening. David celebrates how much more game he got to play than his last go-around and ultimately feels proud and vindicated in his gameplay.
Julie gathers the Houseguests once again and breaks the news that they are about to embark on Big Brother
’s first triple live eviction. The second Head of Household competition begins
and it’s called “It’s All About You” where the Houseguests have to answer true and false questions about things that have happened in the game.
Tyler becomes the new Head of Household
correctly answering all of Julie’s questions and both Dani and Nicole quickly pull him aside, afraid they are his targets. Unfortunately, their suspicions are correct and Tyler nominates Dani and Nicole for eviction.
The second POV competition is called “Feet To The Fire”
and the Houseguests have to race across two balance beams to grab pieces of their fire puzzle and correctly put it back together on the opposite side, then race back to press the button before anyone else.
Christmas and Nicole both fall off the balance beam and are eliminated. Tyler accomplishes the goal first, winning the golden Power of Veto
Nicole and Dani each get a chance to persuade Tyler to use the Veto but both see the futility in it and while Nicole asks to be taken off the block Dani uses the time instead to speak to her family back home. Tyler decides not to use the Power of Veto.
The final eviction vote of the night begins with Nicole and Dani's speeches. Nicole isn’t sure what to say but urges the Houseguests to keep her. Dani, on the other hand, accuses Tyler and Christmas of a Final Two
and makes it apparent who she would be targeting if she stays.
Dani is evicted by a vote of 4 to 0
and she joins Julie outside the BB house. She tells Julie about how she’d never felt safe with Tyler and Christmas and that she thinks they must see her as a bigger threat than Nicole. Overall Dani speaks to how much fun she has had playing All-Stars
and how much she loves the game.
Julie congratulates the remaining Houseguests on surviving the harrowing evening and confirms to them that there will be no Jury Battleback, meaning one of the remaining six Houseguests will indeed be the winner of Big Brother: All-Stars