Big Brother All-Stars – Episode 13

Previously on BIG BROTHER

Kaysar and Kevin are on the block, placed there by this week’s Head of Household, Enzo. Kevin came out on top during the veto competition, winning the coveted Power of Veto. Of course, he removed himself from the block, forcing Enzo to name a replacement nominee for eviction. Instead of putting up a powerful player like Dani or Ian (both names thrown around by people in his alliance), Enzo puts up Christmas, who volunteered herself as a pawn, knowing that Kaysar is the target this week anyway. This season is incredibly boring and predictable. These “All-Stars” are nothing of the sort. No one is playing the game aggressively. No one wants to make waves or get figurative blood on their hands. I’m quickly growing tired of it…

  • But here we are… watching another episode…
  • Ian’s pretty sure he’s figured out the alliance that’s running the house.
  • He’s trying to convince Kaysar, who has nothing to lose at this point, to blow things up on his way out…
  • Or maybe make it a last ditch effort to flip the votes.
  • But we all know how this season is going…
  • Nothing will happen.
  • Kaysar will be evicted.
  • And things will remain pretty much status quo, no matter who wins tonight’s Head of Household.
  • Kaysar does try to throw things out there with his last speech, but a lot of his information is either slightly or completely wrong… depending on which alliances he’s talking about.
  • I don’t think it’s gonna save him.
  • Cody votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Memphis votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Dani votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Ian votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Kevin votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Da’Vonne votes to evict Kaysar.
  • David votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Bayleigh votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Nicole votes to evict Kaysar.
  • Tyler votes to evict Kaysar.
  • And it’s unanimous.
  • I will say, I didn’t know anything about Kaysar before he entered the house this season and I wasn’t sure what to think of him on night one.
  • But, as he leaves the house, I have to say I have a great deal of respect for the man.
  • Before the HOH competition begins, Julie announces that there will be no Have Nots this week.
  • The competition sees players facing off two at a time, eliminating one player in each round.
  • Eventually, Christmas is crowned Head of Household.
  • So, I’ve decided this will be my last post about Big Brother.
  • For this season, for sure.
  • This year with a house filled with “legends” is could not be further from the truth.
  • None of these people are playing Big Brother.
  • They’re all playing it safe and they’ve gotten rid of the only two players who might have been willing to stir things up.
  • But since they weren’t fortunate enough to take any kind of power in the first four weeks, they weren’t able to do it.
  • Therefore, I apologize to any readers out there who have been looking forward to these posts.
  • But I’m done… I no longer have any desire to watch this show.

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