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Big Brother 13: Eviction Shocker, Final 3 Set!

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ast night on Big Brother we saw Kalia become the latest houseguest to be evicted. After surprising everyone by winning the Power of Veto, Adam stepped up his game when it mattered most and won his first Head of Household, guaranteeing himself a spot in the final 3.

Tonight’s episode begins with the houseguests exploring Adam’s HOH room full of personal photos, junk food, and his favorite-bacon.

When Porsche takes a moment to be alone with Adam, Rachel and Jordan admit that they are nervous. sale viagra Adam tells Porsche that he would like to be sitting next to her in the end.

Rachel takes an opportunity to tell Adam that she still wants the final 3 to be herself, Jordan, and Adam.

Jordan asks Adam what she is thinking and Adam admits that it would be nice to get rid of Rachel. Then he tells Jordan that he might have to get rid of her and he hopes that she understands. Jordan thinks Adam is falling for Porsche’s “batting her eyes” and she calls him out on it and leaves angrily.

Adam admits that it is nice to have all the women in the house sucking up to him.

At the Nomination Ceremony Adam pulls Rachel’s key, meaning he has nominated Jordan and Porsche for eviction.

Going into the Veto Competition, Porsche, Rachel, and Jordan all know that they must win the Power of Veto or they will be on the block.

In the Veto Competition the houseguests play Jukebox Veto. Contestants must match the clues with past contestants on a board that looks like a jukebox.

Jordan and Rachel are both getting flustered in their desperation. Adam starts stacking too soon and starts doubting himself. Porsche is working slowly and calmly and sticking to her strategy.

In the end, Porsche’s strategy pays off and she wins what is possibly the most pivotal veto of the game. In the biggest game changer of the season, Porsche and Adam are going to the final 3.

Rachel is inconsolable. She can’t stop crying and is mad at herself because she “really wanted to win this for Brendan”.

Jordan admits that she knows she wouldn’t have made it this far if it hadn’t been for Rachel.

When Porsche pulls Rachel aside, Rachel tells Porsche that she thinks she deserves to be where she is. Porsche believes that Rachel is sincere and honestly thinks Rachel would take her to the end with her.

In the final Veto Meeting, Porsche announces her decision to use the Power of Veto to save herself from eviction. She has no choice other than to put Rachel in her place on the block.

Rachel and Jordan both take a moment to plead their case to stay. Rachel tells Porsche that she voted for her to stay last week and she hopes that she will return the favor. Jordan tells Porsche that she knows she likes to wear bikinis? In other words, Jordan basically says goodbye.

Predictably, Porsche chooses to send Jordan home. In Jordan’s interview upon leaving the house she explains that she knew she was going home when Porsche won the veto because she has never even talked to Porsche. Jordan admits that Rachel deserved to go further than her.

The final Head of Household competition will consist of 3 parts. Part 1 takes place tonight and the contestants are placed on a giant mixer

and spun around in circles. The contestant who holds

on the longest will automatically advance to part 3 of the competition.

Tonight’s episode leaves off with the contestants spinning and being submerged into a huge tub of butter. Looks like we have to wait until Sunday to see who will be the final Head of Household.


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