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Big Brother, Kevin Schlehuber holds a reunion in East Bridgewater
November 20 2017 - Wicked Local East Bridgewater -
The stars of reality television show "Big Brother" gathered for a Thanksgiving benefit on Sunday, November 19, 2017. Season 19 winner Josh Martinez and cast members Kevin Schlehuber, Ramses Soto, and Jason Dent, plus season 15 cast member Michelle Meyer gathered for a charity benefit at the Villa at Ridder Country Club in East Bridgewater.
Time We All Start Paying Attention to Cody Nickson From 'Big Brother 19'
Nov 1, 2017 1:11 pm
By Dan Clarendon @ www.LifeandStylemag.com
He didn't win Big Brother 19, but Cody Nickson did walk away from the
season with the America's Favorite Houseguest title... and the accompanying
$25.000 prize to boot! Read on to find out the answers to the most
frequently asked questions about this guy.
-READ MORE- 'Celebrity
Big Brother' Producers Eyeing Blac Chyna for First-Ever U.S. Edition
By Nicholas Hautman November 1, 2017 at www.usmagazine.com
Blac Chyna may be returning to the small screen! Multiple sources
exclusively tell Us Weekly that Celebrity Big Brother
producers want the model to compete on the first-ever U.S. edition.
"The production team behind the show is trying to get Chyna to do
Celebrity Big Brother," one insider tells Us.
The Hollywood Reporter
'Big Brother' Celebrity Edition: Everything to Know So Far
October 16, 2017 11:15am PT by Brian Porreca
Plus, which stars are interested in joining the newest edition of the reality series? THR surveyed some of the show's biggest Hollywood super fans to find out.
When news broke that longtime CBS reality series
Big Brother would be dipping into celebrity territory, it was met with an outpouring of interest and intrigue.
And it wasn't just from viewers and super fans of the show -- Hollywood fans of the series made it clear they would consider stepping inside the
Big Brother house.
Executive producer Allison Grodner tells The Hollywood Reporter, "We've had an overwhelming response from people who want to be on the show." Adds host Julie Chen, "They're getting tons of calls from agents."
So, who in town is dialing up the show to pitch themselves for a spot? And better yet
-- what are they exactly pitching themselves for?
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Josh Martinez, Big Brother 19 Winner to Appear on B&B
Hey Big Brother fans,
watch for Josh Martinez, the Big
Brother 19 winner who took home the $500,000 grand prize, to appear on The
Bold and The Beautiful on October 24th. Josh will show up at Il
Giardino, the show's popular Italian eatery.
"I can't give too much away but yes, meatballs are 100 percent involved," he
chuckles. Martinez also admits that he was hoping to make this particular
dream come true, stating, "Not only am I a fan of Big
Brother but I've seen more than a few episodes he Bold
and The Beautiful and I really wanted a role on that show."
NEWS FROM TMZ
'BIG BROTHER 2' WINNER DR WILL
Reality Check ...
LOVE WINS!!! 10/29/2017 12:40 AM PDT
'Big Brother 2' winner Dr. Will Kirby had it all -- the perfect woman, perfect 2 kids and perfect career ... all that was missing was a wedding ring. But now ... check!
Will finally tied the knot with longtime fiancée Erin Brodie ... who btw won the reality show "For Love or Money" back in 2003. The intimate, all-white affair went down in Malibu. We're told about 50 people attended ... including their 2 kids -- Scarlett and Cash.
Bull to 'Big Brother'
Reality TV star and UB alum Mark Jansen aims to
inspire after 'Big Brother' fame
10/30/17 11:15AM BBT: | By BRENTON J. BLANCHET @ The University of
Some stars are born. Others are self-made.
Mark Jansen, a UB alum and "Big Brother 19"
contestant, was built in Alumni Gym. Jansen graduated from UB in 2013 and
tried out for "Big Brother," a popular reality show where contestants
compete in challenges and live together in a house under constant
surveillance. He tried out four consecutive years before CBS finally casted
him in 2017 to compete for $500,000.
But before competing in the "Big Brother" house, Jansen competed at
UB Stadium as a Bull.
"I played football freshman year. I walked on in '09 with [Coach] Turner
Gill. Then [Coach Jeff] Quinn came in and the program changed a lot," Jansen
said. "I never loved football that much. I just wanted to play a Division-I
sport. And I was huge. I was like 330 [pounds] at the time. It was a great
experience but it just wasn't for me."
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Big Brother finale recap: Not Again
Did friendship win, or was it meatball's revenge? By JUSTIN KIRKLAND@JUSTINKIRKLAND4
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 AT 10:22PM EDT
Autumn is near. OTEV is asleep for the winter (JK, maybe he'll be back for
Celebrity Big Brother!). Julie is wearing a muted tone pantsuit, and Raven is exhausted from all this puppeteering! It's time to pack it up for the summer and crown us a winner. #ButFirst! We have to be gifted a final HOH and send one more of these meatballs home before this (bitter, bitter) jury votes on a winner.
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The Meme of the Season
We had a contest to see who can make the best meme of the season. Each week
a meme was selected go on the the finals.
Grand Prize Results:
Honorable Mention: Rehab, Week 4.
2nd Runner up is... Meeting of the Mindless, Week 11.
1st Runner Up is... Good With That, Week 10
And the Grand Prize winner is... Story Worse Than Yours,
Congratulations Lisa, winner of the Morty's TV Big
Brother Season 19 Live Feed Meme Contest!
EXCLUSIVE: 'Big Brother' 19 Winner Josh Martinez Says He's 'Completely Shocked' By His Victory: 'It's Crazy!'
By Zach Seemayer? 11:59 PM PDT, September 20, 2017
After one of the most contentious seasons in Big Brother
history, houseguest Josh Martinez walked away victorious on
Wednesday, and the 23-year-old Miami native said the outcome came as
a total surprise.
ET's Brice Sander caught up with the season 19 champ after his big
win, where Martinez admitted he never thought he had a chance after
getting into the final three against odds-on frontrunner Paul
Abrahamian and Christmas Abbot.
"No shot, not at all. I don't even know what's going on," he
exclaimed. "I don't even think I won. It's crazy… I'm completely
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
BB19 Winner Crowned Tonight!
9:00AM BBT: We just got FotH as BB wakes the HGs for the last morning
in the house.
9:17AM BBT: The HGs are laying in the rose bedroom in the dark and
Josh says the memory wall went black and Christmas and Paul says what he
says the memory wall is blacked out. Paul yells, "Well this is it the last
day." Josh says, "This is the last day we wake up together in the BB house."
9:20AM BBT: Josh tells Paul to scoot over he is coming in the bed
with him and Paul says nope nope nope. Josh gets out of bed says, "Scoot
over I'm coming in." He lays back down in his own bed and covers back up.
9:23AM BBT: All three HGs laying in the dark in silence.
9:50AM BBT: Josh says, "I know I have cried all summer and I will
probably cry all day today this is the best day of my life and and I'm
excited I love these two people in here."
Paul comes in and Josh says, "I'm going to miss you." Paul says, "I'm not
going to die." Josh: "I know but I will miss you."
Josh says thank you for watching this season I have had fun. Paul says guys
if you had fun
Paul: "Thank you guys for letting me back in this season I hope you enjoyed
it I know I did and maybe you will see this boy on BBOTT." Josh: "No way no
no." Paul: "You won't do it again?" Josh: "No, I don't know."
9:54AM BBT: Josh does shout-outs to his family and friends and cousin
he says I love you guys hope you are proud of me. Christmas is in the
kitchen cooking breakfast and going over her speech for tonight.
9:55AM BBT: Christmas is talking about her time in the house and
says, "If y'all think this is fake look at my scars." Christmas then yells
at Josh and Paul saying, "Come talk to me I'm bored."
Paul leaves the lounge room saying I think we are finished now. Josh says it
feels good knowing no one is watching now.
9:58AM BBT: Paul says they have eight hours left in the house then
they are out. Christmas still cooking and Josh is just laughing.
10:00AM BBT: Christmas asks if they can eat at the breakfast table.
Josh says he is excited about leaving here and seeing family, "I'm glad we
got to spend time here," and Paul says "Friendship," and they all agree. We
10:05AM BBT: We now have Julie on the screen as the feeds are down.
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Tonight's BIG Two-Hour FINALE is on CBS & Global TV at 8:00PM
After a summer of romance, conflict and tears, three HGs
remain but only will walk away with the half million dollar prize. Welcome
to the live two hour season finale of Big Brother!
This season on Big Brother, with three power pairs in the top eight -
The showmance, the Nomance and the Ho-ho-homance - Paul perfectly aligned
himself with each couple. Deciding his true loyalty was to Joshmas, Paul
orchestrated everyone to take shots at each other.
First, Jason took out the Silver Fox; next, Christmas clipped the Cowboy;
then Paul ensured Raven flew out next. With only five remaining, everyone
trusted Paul but Josh was starting to have second thoughts and he even
considered taking a shot. But in the end, Paul, Josh and Christmas stayed
loyal to each other. Together, they ended the Gamer's game, then took out
the last one on their hit list. With only the potty mouth, the Fa la la
lunatic and the meatball remaining, the stage was set for the final HoH
Now, after a summer of intense confrontations, romance, and epic
competitions, it all comes down to this. Who will become the final HoH and
who will make it to Final Two? 14 HGs have departed and tonight, nine must
make a difficult decision. Who will crowned the winner of Big Brother
and walk away with the half million dollar prize and who did America crown
their favorite HG? Find out tonight on the live two hr season finale of
Good evening and welcome to the live season finale of Big Brother.
Christmas, Josh and Paul - they were an improbably trio who worked together
to send every member of the jury packing. But tonight it's every person for
themselves as they head into battle for the final HoH of the summer and the
chance to be crowned the winner of Big Brother. So, who will reign as
the final HoH; who will walk out of the house and who will be crowned the
victor? We'll find out tonight.
#ButFirst, when last we saw the HGs, they were battling in out in a magical,
beautiful rainbow wonderland.
Paul tells us that the rules of the competition are simple. They have to
stand on a tilting cloud while holding the tail of a unicorn. Whoever hangs
on the longest wins and gets to advance to part three of the final HoH
Christmas tells us that she broke her foot week two coming into the BB
house and she's had to sit out on a lot of physical competitions, so going
into this last HoH series, she is pumped because she finally gets to compete
and the timing couldn't be better! She needs to win this part not only to
prove she can win a physical competition but also to ensure her spot in the
third part of the HoH competition.
Josh tells us at this point in the competition, he needs to decide who to
take to Final Two. He's been thinking all along it's Christmas, but the
other night Paul gave him a pretty good case to be sitting next to each
We are shown them in the HoH room, discussing that sitting next to
Christmas is bad because she'd be in Final Two with a broken foot. Her story
would win the game. Josh tells us he's not sold yet, but he wants to make a
decision about what's best for his game. To do that, he was to win HoH.
Paul tells us he's had people throwing competitions all season long and he's
thrown a few himself. Now is the time to win. If he wins this HoH, he
automatically advances to part three of HoH and is that much closer to the
Christmas tells us the unicorn poops are pretty bad but they're not as bad
as Josh on slop. 28 minutes in, the clouds begin tilting. Christmas tells us
her foot gets pissed off at her when the cloud tilts. She hasn't used it as
an excuse all summer long and she's not doing it now. She's going to suck it
up and hold onto the unicorn tail and win the competition.
Josh tells us he's holding on for dear life. His legs are trembling, his
knees are locking up. Everything is sore, everything is in pain. Josh falls
at 40 minutes. Josh tells us he's extremely disappointed in himself. He just
couldn't do it. He wanted to win to secure his spot in the third HoH. It
Paul tells us Christmas is locked in tight. He has to hold on as tight as
he can or the half million is slipping through his fingers.
When the clouds tilt extremely steep, Christmas can barely hold on.
Christmas tells us her foot is screaming, her fingers are going numb and the
unicorns tail keeps growing, adding slack to the rope, making it harder to
Paul almost slips but regains his balance. Paul tells us that was too close.
He has to hold on tighter and solidify his win and place in Final Two.
Christmas slips off at 54 minutes and Paul screams happily at the win. Paul
screams in the DR as well, he can't believe it!
Christmas can't even feel her hands. Paul tears up in the DR, he's worked
hard this season and put blood and sweat and tears into everything. And he's
only one spot away now from Final Two. Christmas, also emotional in the DR,
says this is probably one of the hardest falls she's ever taken in her life
because she really wanted it. There's one more to come and she's going to
give it all her heart because she knows that's what she needs to do.
Josh tells us it sucks that he has to compete against Christmas in the next
round but he needs to secure his place in the last round so he's sorry, he
loves her, but he needs to win the next HoH competition.
Julie reminds us that Paul has already won Part 1 of the HoH competition.
Now Christmas and Josh will face off in Part Two. The winner of this round
will move on to face Paul tonight live, and one of them will become the
final HoH of the summer.
We see Christmas coming into a backyard decked out in castles and suits
of armor. Christmas tells us she has been transported into another time.
She's looking at all the evicted HGs. She's not sure what's going on but
she's ready to get Medieval in this competition.
Christmas reads the instructions. The competition is called "Knock 'em down"
and here's how it works. Press your button to start your timer and reveal
your first scroll. Each scroll will tell you which evicted HGs you need to
align with. Your job is to attack anyone you're not aligned with by knocking
them down with the launching device. When you think that only HGs (life-size
cardboard representations) that fit the scroll's description are left
standing, hit your button. If you are incorrect, you will hear a buzzer and
must try again. If you are correct you will hear a ding and the next scroll
will appear on the monitor and you must reset all evicted HGs to their
upright positions. The player who answers the three scrolls correctly and
hits their button in the fastest time will win part two of this three-part
The first scroll says to align with HGs that have won HoH.
Christmas tells us that she needs to win this competition to show everyone
that even with a broken foot she's a competitor to be reckoned with, and
she'll be one step closer to that $500,000 prize.
The first question is pretty easy. Cody, Jessica, Jason and Alex have all
been HoHs. She has to knock down everyone else. She accidentally knocks Cody
down, so she'll have to fix that before she buzzes in. She won't be able to
hit all of them with the cross bow, so she'll have to use all three weapons
to get a clear shot at each of her targets.
Christmas knocks down Jessica when she meant to knock down Kevin. Once
everyone is down, she goes to stand Cody and Jess up and the buzzes in.
The next clue is to align yourself with the evicted HGs that were taken off
the block with the PoV. Alex, Jason and Mark were all taken off the block
with the PoV; they need to be the only ones left standing.
Christmas tells us she knows Matt had the PoV but can't remember what he did
with it. She thinks he used it on Raven but is incorrect. She then thinks he
used it on himself, so she stands Matt up but knocks Raven over. She then
decides to knock both over and buzzes in correctly.
The next clue says to align with the evicted HGs that were on the block on
eviction night three or more times. Jessica, Cody, Matt, Kevin, Elena and
Raven were all on the block three times on eviction night.
Hopefully her time on this will be better than Josh's. The frustrating part
is she knows the answer but keeps knocking down the wrong HGs. Her mind is
scrambled, her heart hurts because of disappointment. She's just at a loss.
Finally, she answers correctly and buzzes in. She's frustrated with her
performance and thinks she could have done better. She hopes she did better
than Josh so she can move to part three.
Josh is up next; he reminds us he wants control of his destiny in this game.
He begins with the same clues as Christmas.
Josh tells us he loves using the slingshot. He asks his mommy if he can have
one of these at home. He accidentally knocks Cody over, fixes him and then
knocks him over. The same thing happens with Jess. Josh wonders why he keeps
hitting Jess and Cody. He finally buzzes in and moves on. He moves quickly
through the second round and buzzes in. He then moves onto the final round.
In the DR, he says he's lost in the sauce. He's going to do process of
elimination by who he remembers not being on the block a lot.
Josh tries a significant number of times to knock Jillian over but is unable
to do so for quite awhile. He buzzes in incorrectly two times and is
frustrated trying to figure out his error. He buzzes in again - again is
wrong. He finally buzzes in correctly.
Josh tells us he doesn't feel so good about it - he has no idea how
Christmas did. He hopes he did better than she did to move onto round three.
Paul reveals the results. Christmas finished with a time of 1 hour 39
minutes. Josh finished with a time of 1 hour 32 minutes. By seven minutes,
Josh wins part two of HoH.
Josh and Paul will face off in part three of HoH. Josh hugs Christmas,
saying how brutal that competition was.
Christmas tells us she wanted to be in Final Two, without someone taking
Josh tells us he's this close and he can taste it. He can see the check for
$500k signed in his name.
Paul goes into the blue lounge to speak to the cameras. He legit is in shock
- he secured himself a spot in part three of HoH.
In the last competition if he somehow loses, Josh will take him to Final
In the DR, Paul reminds us last year he was one vote shy of winning and that
was heartbreaking. He's pretty sure he has Josh beat. The people in the jury
house may not like him, but he knows they don't like Josh for sure. If he
can win this time, he can take the money back to his family, relieve any
financial burdens they have and put the rest of the money back into himself,
his future and hopefully spread the word of friendship even more.
In the backyard by herself, Christmas also talks to the cameras. She's super
disappointed in herself. She failed, she sucked at that competition.
In the DR, She tells us she's worked so hard and tried so hard to stay
positive and show people you can do whatever you put your mind to - even
play BB with a broken foot.
In the backyard, Christmas wonders if her broken foot and being in the Final
Two would make her successful or the girl that got carried? Christmas tells
us it overwhelms her with excitement thinking about being in the Final Two.
Her mom is her hero and she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She wants to
win and pay for her mom's medical bills and also buy her a log cabin on her
farm down in Texas.
Who doesn't want to buy their mom a house? She adds. Josh is next to talk to
the cameras in the blue lounge. Josh tells us winning BB has been his dream
since he was 14 years old. He just has to win part three to decide who to
bring with him to Final Two so he has the best chance of winning.
To the cameras he says he really doesn't know who the best decision is. He
thinks if he makes the big move and gets Paul out, that would bring his move
full circle. He loves Paul but he's playing for his family. His family came
from Cuba; came from nothing. He can win this for them and say thank you for
all they've done for him. His life will be complete, he'll be the happiest
23 year old in the world.
Julie tells us that one by one each jury member entered the jury house and
realized they had been played. With emotions running high, they gathered to
learn who would be the next to join them and then to voice their opinions of
the final three. We see the jury gathered in a semi-circle with DR. Will
introducing himself as a former BB winner but also a former jury member, so
he knows what it's like. They are going to discuss the final three, but they
can't do that until they know who the final three are.
Will asks who they think will be joining them and Cody immediately says
"Kevin." Dr. Will asks why and Cody says because Kevin is more likable than
the rest of them. Everyone laughs.
Elena agrees with what Cody said. Jason says "absolutely Kevin." Raven says
she'd like to see Josh join them, but she thinks it's Christmas. Alex says
she hopes it's Christmas and if Alex could break Christmas' other leg, she
Dr. Will says, let's find out who juror number eight is.
Kevin enters to applause and Dr. Will welcomes him. Kevin does the round of
Raven tells Kevin the she knew it would be him and Mark calls her out saying
she just said she thought it would be Christmas... that just defines the
"puppet master" this summer.
Matt tells Mark he's sulking already... the "Incredible Sulk" has started
already. Mark challenges Matt to name three things he was known for this
summer, and Matt just calls Mark the Incredible Sulk again. Mark asks if
anyone has cereal for Matt and tells Matt he did absolutely nothing.
Matt shrugs and Mark is incredulous that Matt is proud of it... that's
pathetic! Raven calls Mark a drama queen and he fires back asking Raven to
explain how she's a puppet master if she came in sixth place. Raven points
out that he hit the jury house before her, and he points out that he never
claimed to be a great player.
Matt tells Mark to sit down (he already is). Mark's voice quickly escalates
and he tells Matt to stop calling him Mr. Sulk - come up with something new!
Matt just laughs.
Dr. Will welcomes Kevin to the jury and asks him what happened. Kevin says
there were only four left. Paul was HoH, then won PoV. Paul didn't take
Kevin off the block, which was the plan. Kevin was surprised, and now he's
here. Jason looks miffed and Alex says "weird."
Dr. Will asks whose vote sent him home and Kevin tells him Christmas... she
didn't even have to leave the room. Alex asks why Kevin isn't mad at Paul
when it's obvious Paul screwed him. Kevin asks what Alex wanted him to do...
get up there and start screaming? Jason says he'd want to knock Paul's teeth
out and Kevin says he's just not that type of person.
Dr. Will asks the jurors to discuss Josh. Raven says from the get-go people
saw that Josh was emotionally unstable and people used that to their
benefit. She thinks it's just pure luck that he's there now... he didn't
play the best game. Kevin agrees, saying Josh was just loud and obnoxious
and aggressive and then he would cry.
Cody chimes in saying he doesn't respect Josh as a dude in general overall.
Jason says Josh saw that his role was to be a non-violent psychopath that
was extremely emotional. Everyone laughs and Jason elaborates that he
doesn't want to reward bad behavior and Josh had bad behavior the whole
time. Elena says she doesn't respect Josh as a human being. The only thing
Josh has done in the game is existed.
Cody thinks Josh and Paul are both scum (Alex agrees) but at least Josh took
action while Paul hid behind a closed door being a wuss. Mark agrees, even
if Josh cried after the fact, he'd say what he felt to your face. Matt says
anyone who can fight with pretty much everyone in the house and still make
final three is pretty impressive. Alex agrees, Josh is willing to do
whatever it takes to win. He didn't mind getting into fights or ruining his
social game; he wanted to get to the end and he did whatever it took to get
Dr. Will asks why Christmas deserves to win the game. Kevin says he doesn't
know, maybe they should ask Dr. Will that. Raven giggles loudly. She broke
her foot and she's in the Final Three? Cody says she got carried. For him,
Christmas gets the cripple pass. Elena says that's the only reason she's in
the house. If Jason had broken her foot too then she'd probably still be in
the house and not be mad about it. Dr. Will clarifies that Christmas' biggest
move (according to them) is that Jason broke her foot. They all agree -
except Jason. She took a tragedy into a triumph, Jason is quick to point
Alex adds that once she couldn't really use her body to win physically, she
had to rely on her social game. Raven mentions she thought Christmas wanted
to take her to final four with her and Josh. She is playing a good social
game, she's there and they are all in jury so she has to be doing something
right. Elena is frowning, looking completely confused. Matt thinks her best
game move was aligning with Josh. When your alliance member is always a
bigger target, it helps.
Dr. Will asks why Paul should win. Dead silence. Kevin says Paul's a veteran,
a clever player. He outsmarted everyone in the jury. If it's a game of
outsmarting, Paul should definitely win. Matt says Paul made it to Final
Three without going on the block once; the only other player to do that was
Derrick. Mark says the game was handed to him on a silver platter, Cody
reminds that Paul had three weeks of safety to play as hard as he could.
Dr. Will points out that Cody benefited from the Halting Hex - Cody says
"barely" and then Dr. Will says he had an advantage in the Battle Back. Cody
doesn't know how much of an advantage he really had in the game.
Dr. Will reminds his three weeks of safety ended early in the game. They had
ten weeks to cut him off, evict him, blindside him.... they weren't taken.
Elena said if she'd won an HoH and not been evicted, she would've taken a
shot at Paul. Paul made sure those evicted were people who challenged him,
feared their intelligence, was afraid could go after him. Raven shrieks
"That's the game!"
Mark says he wanted everyone to do his dirty work; he didn't count on people
in the jury house talking about things he'd said. It was overplay. Dr. Will
mentions there are a lot of duos on stage tonight; might they all have been
willing to take Paul to Final Three?
Jason, Alex, and Matt and Raven agree, even Mark nods his head but Elena
shakes her head. They were beginning to realize Paul was in an alliance with
himself when they got evicted, she explains.
Raven reminds again that this is Big Brother! Elena says he lied to
them, backstabbed them and tried to get the duos to turn on each other. Some
would say that's how you play Big Brother, fine. But there's also such a thing as a
bitter jury. She's a bitter juror. Mark thinks it's poor jury management.
Elena says Paul over played it, abused relationships. Alex thinks it's a
personal attack by making sure every juror feels belittled by him. She
thinks it's bad game play. Elena continues that Paul crossed the line that
she's determining as a jury member. Jason says he over lied - it's
Raven again reminds everyone that this is the point of the game. Dr. Will
asks everyone to raise their hand if they lied or backstabbed anyone in the
Big Brother house this season. Every juror raises their hands. Alex was reluctantly.
Dr. Will asks if she had anything to do with blindsides, she doesn't consider
that lying. She doesn't consider fake crying lying either. Dr. Will rolls his
eyes when Alex says she guesses she lied -by his standards. Mark points out
she never did it to anyone's face like Paul.
Raven wonders aloud if they're playing Big Baby? They're all salty because
they're in jury. But between Christmas, Josh and Paul, Paul deserves to win.
She asks everyone to put up their hand if they were lied to by Paul.
Everyone got played by Paul except Cody. He played a good game, Raven says.
You are supposed to lie and manipulate. He did that! Matt says no one,
including him, can tell him Josh and Christmas played a better game than
Dr. Will says no one is really giving the Final Three any real credit for
making it to Final Three when they are in the house and the jurors aren't.
Elena sees how Paul made it to Final Three, she feels the other two made it
because they are non-threats. Mark doesn't respect how the season played out
or the strategies.
Dr. Will says they are just sore losers, the Final Three are just better than
them. The rest look offended while Jason admits he is absolutely a sore
loser. Dr. Will commends Jason for his honesty. Playing BB is hard work and
with passion. Mark demands to know how Josh worked hard to be in Final
Three. Matt says he fought with everyone. Fine, so he fought with pots and
pans, Mark says. That's it?
Elena doesn't respect the way Paul worked. Raven thinks Christmas worked
hard - she made it to Final Three after having had surgery. That's hard!
She's had surgery and if someone told her to compete in BB (Cody mutters
ohmigod) after that, that takes a lot of mental capacity. Alex says if
Christmas felt she couldn't compete, she should not have made the choice to
stay in the house. Jason says all three fit the bill of hard work and
passion. Alex says they are the ONLY option, by default.
Dr. Will reminds them the final questions they get to ask the Final Two plus
their discussion that night determines who will win BB. He suggests they
make those questions count.
It's time for Josh and Paul to compete for the final HoH of the summer. This
HoH will immediately have to decide whom he wants to evict and whom he wants
to face off against for the half-million dollars. We head to the back yard
to get things started.
Julie says hello to Paul and Josh who are on opposite
sides of a giant scale, and explains the competition "Scales of Just Us"
...to win they'll have to prove just how well they know the members of the
jury. Julie will read the beginnings of statements made by each of the eight
members of the Big Brother jury. For each, they will have a choice of two possible
endings. They must decide how they think the juror completed the statement.
The answer will be either A or B and they will receive a point for each
correct answer. Whoever has the most points after eight questions will tip the
scale in their favor and be crowned the final HoH.
Question 1: Cody said "my favorite moment in the house was A. Winning the
Battle Back or B. Meeting Jess." Paul answers A, and Josh says B. Cody's
answer was winning the battle back. A point for Paul. Question 2: Elena said
"my biggest regret in the game was ..." A. not standing up for Mark more or
B. Letting a showmance ruin my game. Paul says B and Josh says A. We see the
clip of Elena saying her regret was not standing up for Mark more. A. is
correct and a point goes to Josh. Tie score 1-1.
Question 2: Elena said "my biggest regret in the game was ..." A. not
standing up for Mark more or B. Letting a showmance ruin my game. Paul says
B and Josh says A. We see the clip of Elena saying her regret was not
standing up for Mark more. A. is correct and a point goes to Josh. Tie score
Question 4: Matt said "the best thing about being in the house
was..." A. all the free cereal, or B. Raven's cooking. Paul answer A, then
B, then settles on A. Josh answers B. We see the clip of Matt saying the
best thing in the house was Raven's cooking. The point goes to Josh, who
takes the lead 3-2.
Question 5: Jason said "my most embarrassing moment in the house was..." A.
letting Christmas ride on my back, then breaking her foot, or B. not being
able to defend myself in an argument with Matt. Both Paul and Josh answer A,
and the clip shows Jason saying that B is true. Neither gets a point and
Question 6: Raven said "the most annoying thing about the house
was..." A. the gross nasty kitchen, or B. Cody. Both Paul and Josh answer B,
and we see Raven saying the most annoying thing about the house was the
gross nasty kitchen (A)...both get it wrong. Score is still 3-2 for Josh.
Question 7: Alex said "The HGs who I thought made the worst game decisions
was..." A. Me or B. Jessica. Paul answer A and Josh says B. Alex says
Jessica and Josh gets another point making the score 4-2.
With only one
question left, Paul can't catch up. Julie says there is no need to
continue.... congratulations Josh...you're the final HoH!
Josh is shaking
and crying as the scale tips and Julie reminds him it's now up to him to
decide whom he wants to compete against for the half-million dollar prize.
Julie tells Paul and Christmas that in just a few moments Josh will cast the
final vote to evict, but before he does, they each have one last chance to
plead their case. Paul is up first. Paul tells Josh that he shook his hand
on day 1 and he's worked really hard beside Josh in the beginning of the
game and he's spent a lot of time. He has had Josh's back a lot of the time
in this game and has kept Josh safe when he needed to. He hopes Josh will
keep him safe in this moment. He thanks Josh and takes a seat.
Christmas is up next. She stands and turns to Josh. She says she doesn't
know what to say. Josh is her meatball. Paul is friendship Paul. She loves
them both dearly. She thanks them for an amazing summer. She's had the time
of her life and is honestly walking out of here with so many things that she
didn't expect to gain. So many friendships and an experience she'll never be
able to relive again. She thanks them both for contributing to that and she
loves them very much.
Julie reminds Josh that he his now guaranteed at LEAST second place and the
$50,000 prize that goes with it, but he has a big decision to make. By
deciding whom to evict, he is also deciding who will stay and sit next to
him when the jury votes for the winner of Big Brother. This could be a
half-million decision for him....is he ready to make it? Josh says yes and
Julie asks him to stand, go to the head of the living room and cast his vote
Josh stands and takes his place. He is emotional and starts by saying this
is hard. He loves them both dearly and they have been the best and closest
friends to him in this house. Without them he would not have made it this
far. He loves them. He's been playing. He worked his butt off this season
and he played his heart out. He thinks about jury and how many people are
pissed off at him in jury and how many people are upset in jury. He thinks
...call him crazy... that he has a better chance sitting next to Paul in the
end. He apologizes to Christmas. He loves her so much. He thanks her for
being his rock in this game, but she is a badass and one of the strongest,
toughest competitors and she killed everybody with kindness and handled
every eviction with grace. He just thinks he wouldn't win against her. It's
a game decision... he's bawling... he's just doing it for his family.
Julie makes it official. Christmas is the last person to be evicted from the
Big Brother house. The final three share a long hug together. Paul asks Christmas to
throw her crutch at Cody. Julie cuts in to tell Christmas she has to leave.
Christmas whispers to Josh not to apologize and Josh sobs as she leaves
while Paul reminds Josh he's soon going to see his family. Christmas runs
out to see Julie, who comments on her running while inside the Big
Josh screams and cries while Paul tells them they made it! Christmas, crying
on stage, says she's proud of Josh. Julie points out Christmas wasn't asking
Josh to keep her. Christmas is proud that he always acts with his heart, but
now he finally acts strategically truly. She doesn't know if he would've won
over him but he made the ultimate game move. Christmas thinks he made the
right choice for a game - he has a better chance of winning against Paul.
Her mom told her to kill them with kindness before she came and she tried to
act with integrity and she knows she lost it a few times but she had a good
social game and Paul has a few more enemies in the jury than she does. He's
a competition beast and a vet...
Christmas says if she had not broken her foot in the game, she would've had
a very different strategy in how she played. She loves competing and pushing
her limits. She was hoping people would realize when she stayed that there
is no limit to what you can do in the circumstance you are given and there's
no way she thought she'd make it to Final Three and she has two amazing
friends and can show everyone that you can do whatever you put your mind to.
Julie welcomes the jurors on stage one at a time, allowing them all to get
their cheers. The jurors are all smiles and waves while Julie tells them
that the last HGs was just evicted and will be joining them shortly. Who
does Jason think the next juror will be? Not hope, but will be. Both Jason
and Mark think it will be Christmas, and she walks out to join them. Julie
brings the jurors up to speed. The jurors are stunned that Josh chose to
evict Christmas and kept Paul.
The jurors have three questions each for the finalists - they have all
agreed on the questions. Julie greets Josh and Paul and tells them it's time
for the jury to ask a few questions. Elena: Paul, some of us in the jury
feel you orchestrated and participated in bullying tactics in the house. Why
was that necessary and how did it serve your game?
Paul: I definitely don't think I was orchestrating bullying tactics. I spoke
up on behalf of a lot of people. Maybe what people didn't voice publicly
they would tell me privately. I felt like I was the one who had to mediate
or speak on everyone's behalf. It wasn't something I decided on - it was
something everyone took part of.
Matt - Josh, the jury doesn't feel you had a strategy in the game. Tell us
why we're wrong and explain your biggest game move.
Josh: Big surprise to you guys and to Paul. I'm actually a superfan and I've
been one since I was 14 years old and this is my biggest dream; I've
envisioned myself since I was 14 in this position and my biggest move was
the strategic social game play that I had. I aligned with the outsiders,
Alex and Jason and I aligned with Christmas and Paul in the nine person
alliance I knew was going to break up.
Christmas was giving me the pecking order you guys decided on and I was
keeping Jason and Alex calm since I knew you guys were going to split up. My
other biggest move was evicting Alex, a huge competitor and one of my
closest allies in the game. It was hard, but I knew she'd beat me in the end
Alex - Paul, in your last season your gameplay was based on friendship. This
season, why did you decide to go against that by creating friendship and
alliances and then destroying them? (Her face hardens into a glare as her
tone gets angry)
Paul: I don't necessarily think I destroyed any friendship or alliances. I
tried to get friendship with everyone in the house but unfortunately a lot
of people turned their back on me or I would find out they were having
hypothetical situations about evicting me. I got everyone as far I could,
but maybe the mis-conception was that I would toss my game for someone
else's and I never said I would do that. I would help out where I could but
I never said I would let anyone go farther than me.
Cody - Josh, some in the jury feel you played a bigger part in Paul's game
than in your own. Tell us why we're wrong.
Josh: I actually played my own game. Being in the business industry, one of
the biggest tips my dad gave me was to let your business partner have the
control because then they'll invest more or feel safer with you. I didn't
want to impose myself as a threat. I wanted to be an ally so I downplayed my
intelligence and how much I knew the game. Paul was a great ally because I
saw him play last season and I knew he wasn't going to change how loyal he
was so I stuck to him and it worked.
Jason - Paul, it seems like you made moves throughout the game to avoid
making enemies in the jury. Why lie unnecessarily to our faces days and
hours before we were going to the jury? You had to have known that we would
Paul: Of course there were points that I knew certain things were going to
happen but at the same time, I did do and say everything I said I was going
to. If I used the veto, I said I was going to. If I pulled someone off, I
said I would. At the same time, if the house wanted a certain target out and
I was outnumbered, I couldn't help that individual. I had to act a certain
way and say and do certain things to keep myself safe. And I wanted to keep
myself free to compete in the following HoH so if I had competitions thrown
to take my targets out for me, I was eligible to compete the following week
as a security blanket because I never knew what would happen.
Mark - Josh, it seemed like every time you had an altercation in the house,
it ended with you crying afterwards, apologizing and proclaiming you
wouldn't do it anymore. But it would inevitably happen again. How did this
serve your game?
Josh: One of my game moves was to expose people's game. I knew I was going
to stay true to myself and stay loyal but being a fan, I can easily see
people's shady gameplay so one of my strategies was to call out people and
their game. I didn't always feel good about it because I like all of you but
it was a strategy for everyone to see shady moves being made. It was part of
my game and got me to this point.
Christmas gets to ask one question to either juror. Josh - Meatball - I'd
like to know if you'd like to evict Peppy (her scooter) or crutches and why?
Josh (laughing): I'd rather evict Peppy because Peppy would storm around
and chase me down with creepy Christmas hugs and drive me nuts.
The rest of the jurors look creeped out by this.
Julie tells us the jury is just moments away from casting their votes to
determine who will win Big Brother.
Before they do, let's check in with the final two. We go to the living room
where Julie addresses Paul and Josh telling them they each have a chance to
tell the jury why they deserve to win Big Brother.
Paul is up first. Paul tells the jury that "Houseguest" he knows that at one
point each of them either wanted to, thought of, or tried to get him out of
this game. From the second he walked in the doors he was put at a
disadvantage. He was the odd man out. They all knew who he was and how he
played, so instantly he had to play a different game than all of them. With
his first HoH he used his social skills to get control of the numbers in the
house. Then he made it a point to always set a house target in play. That
did a few things. Because he had such strong control of the numbers, nobody
was willing to take a shot at him, and everyone was asking his advice so he
pretty much had a hand in every single HoH and he always set up a house
target that would be in front of him. After surviving the first double
eviction he had to change his strategy, so he position himself in a perfect
place between three pairs: Jalex, Joshmas, and Matt and Raven.
His social game was so strong at that point that he didn't have to win
anything. Instead he let the right people win, and while they started
shooting at each other, he strategically maneuvered his way to the top until
he was left with the final pair, Josh and Christmas. From that point on he
knew he had to win himself to the end and he did. He won the most important
HoH, which secured his spot in the final three and he won the most important
veto, which controlled who came to final three with him. Then he won part
of the final HoH competition, securing his spot in part three, and he made
sure that no matter what, he would end up in this position right here, and
he did. He won a total of nine competitions this season. Every time he won HoH,
he won the veto that came with it, which meant that when he had the power he
had full control of his week. The other four vetoes that he won not only
kept him safe but it was pivotal power moves that pushed him forward. From
the second he walked in the door, he worked his ass off day after day after
day making tough decisions and everyone wanted to know what he was doing and
what he was thinking, and he still fought his way to this point right here
without ever touching the block one single time this entire season, and
that's not by luck. That's not by friendship. That's by playing the hell out
of Big Brother, which is exactly what he came back here to do. Thank you
guys so much.
Julie calls on Josh, who stands and starts by saying "All the glory to God
for making my dream come true."
He's been a fan since he was 14 years old. He said when came into this house
he would play fearlessly. He had to put targets on peoples' backs, expose
some peoples' games so they could see the shady game that some people were
playing. He aligned himself strategically with Christmas and Paul because
they were in a big alliance and he aligned himself with Jason and Alex.
Luckily he aligned himself with people who won most of the HoHs. He took
shots when he was HoH and he made moves. He put all of his targets on the
block... Mark, Elena, and Jessica... which ended up Jessica going home. He
took a shot at Alex, who was one of the strongest game players in the house
and she played a great game.
Not only that, he adapted to the game and he played fearlessly. He stumbles,
saying he is nervous. He repeats that he adapted to the game, played
fearlessly, and gave it everything he had. He had to play from day 1 when he
DIDN'T get a friendship bracelet. He got safety and if it wasn't for that,
he wouldn't have made it to day 92. He laid low and didn't let people know
he was a fan or how intelligent he was. He was underestimated, which was his
biggest strength. Physically, mentally and how well he knew the game and
none of them caught on to that. They all underestimated him and that's why
he's sitting there at the end. Not only did he take shots, make moves and
get out strong players, but he played loyal sticking by who he is as a
person. People saw that and kept him in this house. He played the hell out
of the game and he hopes that's respected.
Julie thanks Josh and Paul then turns to the jurors telling them it's time
for them to vote. One by one they will insert the key of the person they
want to see win this game.
Cody is first. Cody says he is going to stay true to his word, and he places
Elena is next. She says "Cut scene! There's no jury management!" and places
Mark congratulates both of them and places his key.
Matt is voting for the person that did more in every aspect of the game and
places his key.
Jason says they both aligned with him, someone has to go and places his key.
Raven says she is voting for the person she thinks played the best game all
season and places her key.
Alex says "You said it was just a game so let's be friends afterwards. If
that's true, let's be friends. Otherwise I'm voting for the person who
stabbed me in the front instead of the back" and places her key.
Kevin says he's proud of both of them, they played a great game, congrats to
both - he means that. He places his key.
Christmas says she loves them both and is proud of them both. It's been a
long summer, this is 100% game move. Voting is now complete.
Julie asks us to say hello to the first five HGs... Cameron, Jillian,
Dominique, Ramses, and Jessica. There are shouts from the audience, and we
see Cody smiling across at Jessica.
Julie welcomes them back and says it's good to see everyone all in the same
room together. When each of the first five got evicted, they got to go home
and watch the truth, the whole story of what happened. She knows they want
to let the jurors in on what was going on that they are not aware of.
Julie starts with Jessica... they'll get to Jessica and Cody in a moment
because she's sure they want to embrace and all that... they'll have that at
the end of the show, but first let's talk game. Julie asks Jessica what she
wants the jurors to know. Jessica says she tried to warn them but they
didn't listen. Paul had an alliance with everyone except for Cody. Not one
of them meant more to him than the other person. He quite often laughed at
them in the DR, referred to himself as a puppet master, and he played them
all. He did a great job at it, but they let him do it. The worst part of the
entire season was that most of them have been quoted several times saying
that Paul deserves to win, and that they have no problem losing to Paul.
From a Big Brother standpoint, if they wanted to play like that, they
probably shouldn't have come in the house.
Julie adds that the jurors also said, not to one another, about how much
they trust Paul. They didn't compare notes in the house, but told all of us
in the DR. We are then shown various clips of the HGs proclaiming their
trust in Paul from the beginning of the show to Final Three as well as
Paul's comments about being the puppet master.
Elena watches the clips with disbelief on her face. Mark smirks at his
own comment, then sticks out his tongue. Cody's face in his hard stare, as
usual. Julie points out that during that segment, everyone was laughing -
except Cody. Which makes the HGs laugh again. Julie says she tried warning
Julie points out that Jess was one week away from making it to jury. Who
would she have voted for between Paul and Josh had she made it? Jess says
watching that Paul had something to do with everything from beginning to
end, competitions were thrown in his name and if she was in jury, he'd get
Julie turns to Jason - was he surprised that everyone trusted Paul as much
as he did? Jason says he was good, he fell hook, line and sinker. He was
Julie turns to Paul - he had to do a lot of back stabbing, blind siding to
get to where he was right now. Who was the hardest to betray? Paul says
there were many - Raven, Alex, Jason. He was torn between friendship and
winning the game. In order to survive, he had to make the moves he did. He
couldn't satisfy everyone and he's sorry.
Julie tells Paul he wasn't the only sneaky one in the house. She turns to
Josh and reveals his goodbye messages back stabbing. Clips are shown of
Josh's goodbye messages blowing up Paul's game.
Julie asks Josh's intentions as Paul shakes his head. Josh says he wanted
them to know it was all for game. He gave Christmas and Paul his loyalty
from week one and he stuck to it. It was his way to explain his game since
no one knew what was happening. It was the only way to let them know he was
sticking with his plan to the end.
Paul honestly thinks it's cowardly to toss the blame in the messages but
Josh gave him credit in of itself because he took Josh that far thinking he
could beat him.
Cameron was most surprised by the amount of showmances - right away too!
Seemed like no one was really playing for themselves, they were playing for
each other or for Paul. Lack of motivation, maybe they all have $500k in
their bank accounts? It was frustrating for him who wanted to stay in the
house. The jurors joke about his strip tease status.
Julie asks Alex about when Derrick entered the house and she announced her
ride or die being Jason. Why announce it? Alex said it was obvious from day
one. She's not ashamed of it - he's the best in the game!
Julie asks Cody how he feels about Jessica right now after not seeing her
for five weeks. Smiling finally, he says "good", which causes everyone to
laugh. He still wants to be a couple. He's waiting for this all to be over
so he can go hug her.
Jessica says everyone on the outside knows she's been his biggest supporter,
rooting him on, cheering him on all day every day. She wants to be in a
relationship with him even more so.
Julie is standing by the voting box and welcoming everyone back to the
season finale of Big Brother. After what many are saying was one of
the most dramatic and volatile seasons in the history of this game, it's
finally time to crown the winner of Big Brother.
She reminds Paul and Josh of the prizes and announces she will pull the keys
from the box one a time revealing whom each juror chose to win Big
Brother. They will need at least five votes to win.
Christmas voted for Paul. Kevin voted for Paul. Alex voted for Josh. Raven
voted for Paul. Three votes Paul, one vote Josh.
Both Paul and Josh are looking down with closed eyes as they listen to
Julie. Jason voted Josh, Matt voted for Paul. Four votes Paul, two votes
Josh. Mark voted for Josh, Elena voted for Josh to win. There are four votes
for Paul and four for Josh. Josh is crying and covering his eyes, and Paul
is shaking his head, looking pained.
Cody is the last vote... while we wait for Julie to announce his vote, Josh
mutters to Paul "You won". Then Julie reveals the vote... He voted for
Josh... JOSH IS THE WINNER OF BIG BROTHER 19!
Josh is screaming and shaking. Paul gives him a big hug and Julie tells them
to come out. Josh comes out first to a burst of silver confetti and gets
hugs from everyone. Paul follows him out and everyone is hugging. Cody and
Jess finally get to hug and kiss.
Julie welcomes us back after the last commercial break of the season.
Another season has come and gone but you won't have to wait until next
summer to get your Big Brother fix. For the first time ever there
will be Celebrity Big Brother and it is coming this winter on CBS.
Julie turns to Josh - from wanting to quit this game week 1 to winning,
how is he feeling? He sobs, no words. He did it for his family, didn't do it
alone - thanks Paul and Christmas.
Julie tells Paul, a bridesmaid once again. He won nine challenges, wasn't on
the block and had a hand in every eviction. How did he come up short? Paul
says he doesn't know, he didn't watch. He did everything he could, he was in
a tough spot. If people didn't see he had to fight his way through to get to
the end, it's on them.
Julie wonders if he thinks they voted emotionally; Paul doesn't know but the
stats are there. He's going home with $50 grand, Julie says.
Julie announces the top three finalists for America's Favorite Houseguest -
over 15 million votes, a record. The top three are: Jason, Kevin and Cody.
The winner of America's Favorite Houseguest is... Cody!
Cody smiles as Jessica hugs him. He's going home with $25k! Julie asks Cody
how he thinks he won AFH, Cody say, "I don't know, it doesn't make sense."
Julie thanks all the HGs - it's been a long summer. From outside the Big
Brother house, we'll see you this winter with Celebrity Big Brother!
Tonight's coverage of Big Brother 19, S19E39, was written by