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'Big Brother:' One houseguest on the way out the door

The one and only Julie Chen host on Big Brother
The one and only Julie Chen host on Big Brother
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Last night on “Big Brother” the Power Of Veto competition took place, and the houseguests scrambled to make sure that someone else other than Devin would win and that way ensuring that he is on the chopping block with no chance of being saved.

But there was much drama when Jocasta fell ill, and all were catering to the player who is one of the biggest floaters ever on “Big Brother”. Then it was time to pick players for the POV competition and the final name pulled out of the bag is Devin. Then it was time to make sure that he didn’t win the competition, he played against Christine and won, then Derrick and won, next up was Donny and everyone felt it was a lost cause, but to their surprise Donny came out victorious and they all cheered. Next up was Caleb, and Donny won again, and he went in the house to tell Jocasta that he would use the Power Of Veto on her and she began to cry uncontrollably, wailing that no one has ever done anything for her and that instead she is the one always giving; such uncalled-for-drama bordering on ridiculous and embarrassing.

Then the meeting took place and Donny as promised saved Jocasta and once again she cried so loud that Derrick had to stop talking because no one could hear him, but then managed to get the words out and claimed that by the entire house’s request, Devin was the replacement houseguest up for elimination.

And then there is Caleb with his desire to seduce Amber, but she has flat out turn him down, and he continues to call her the queen and himself the king, and went as far as to question Cody for speaking with her. Now, this is the time when the issue that “no” means “no” should be addressed, otherwise there is also something called “stalking” which is a crime. Recaps and episodes can be watched online at

“Big Brother” runs on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT, Thursday at 9 p.m. EDT, and Sunday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.