On Aug. 22, 2013, “Big Brother” aired another live episode ending with all of the house guests and the four evicted jury members, Candice, Judd, Jessie, and Helen, standing on moving planks as they were sprayed with water and tried to catch baseballs.
The evicted jury member who was the first to catch 10 balls without falling off their plank would return to the game. In addition, if this jury member was the first to catch 10 balls out of everyone, including the house guests, he or she would win Head of Household. But if a house guest accomplished this feat first, then the power would go to that individual.
For those who don’t want to know who won both – read no further, as spoilers from Joker’s Update follow:
First, Judd was the last jury member to remain on the plank before eventually falling and is now back inside the “Big Brother” house and is again part of the game.
Elissa won Head of Household, having caught 7 balls and being the last house guest left on the planks.
According to Joker’s Update, it looks like she has already made up her mind that she will nominate McCrae and Aaryn for eviction, which has infuriated Amanda who is apparently in tears over her decision.
McCrae, who is in an awkward "showmance" with Amanda, has never been nominated to leave the house.
Elissa has also reportedly told Andy that if she doesn’t see everyone on the block fight hard for the Power of Veto, she will nominate Amanda for eviction next to McCrae.
Fans of the show will likely be very pleased with such developments, as two weeks in a row when America was given the power of being the “Big Brother MVP,” viewers nominated Amanda for eviction.
CBS' “Big Brother” airs Wednesdays and Sundays at 8 pm ET, and Thursdays at 9 pm.
For diehard fans of the show, TVGN airs “Big Brother After Dark” on a nightly basis, which is a live, inside look at what goes on in the “Big Brother” house as it happens.