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Matt's Big Brother
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Genre                      Reality Competition
Created by  Piperjr
Winner Chance Shepard (7-2)
Country of Origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of Episodes 33
No. of Days 85
No. of HouseGuests 16
Production
Original Run

June 15, 2013 -
September 7, 2013

Chronology
Followed by Big Brother 2

Big Brother 1 is the first season of Matt's Big Brother Series.  Applications for this season began on April 1, 2013 and closed on June 14, 2013 and the show premiered on June 15, 2013.


After 85 days of competition, Chance Shepard won $500,000 and the title of Big Brother, beating out Karen Tanner in a vote of 7-2.



Ashley Stevens was voted America's Favorite player and won $25,000.


House

This season's house has a medieval theme.  The four bedrooms are the Head of Household bedroom, the jousting room, the royalty room and the Have Nots bedroom, which is like a torture chamber.  The living room has red, blue and brown walls giving it a dark, medieval-like feel.  The kitchen has more of a basic kitchen theme with just a few jousting lances around it.  The bathroom has red, blue and brown walls, just like the living room, to give it the medieval feel.  The middle room, known as the "ward" room - which is like a courtyard -, has grey walls that look like a medieval castle.  The stairs leading to the Head of Household bedroom are red and there is a big plastic horse sitting at the bottom.  The balcony near the Head of Household bedroom has a chess board and jousting lances on the balcony railing.

Format

Big Brother is a game show in which a group of contestants, referred to as HouseGuests, live in isolation from the outside world in a custom built "house", constantly under video surveillance.  The players compete for a $500,000 prize, though the Runner-Up would receive a $50,000 prize. The format of the series was mainly seen as a social experiment, and required HouseGuests to interact with others who may have differing ideals, beliefs, and prejudices. HouseGuests were also required to make visits to the Diary Room during their stay in the house, where they were able to share their thoughts and feelings on their fellow HouseGuests and the game. While in the house, the HouseGuests are given no information from the outside world. This includes the families and loved ones of the HouseGuests, whom they are not permitted to see or speak to. The house featured no telephones, televisions, or reading material other than for religious use. HouseGuests could voluntarily leave the house at any time, however, would not be able to return. In addition, a HouseGuest could be removed from the house at any time for breaking the rules. Each week in the house, the HouseGuests would participate in various competitions to win food, luxuries, and power.  At the start of each week in the house, the HouseGuests would compete for the title of Head of Household. The Head of Household for each week would have luxuries such as their own personal bedroom, but was responsible for nominating two HouseGuests for eviction. The Head of Household would not be able to compete in the following week's Head of Household competition, meaning that a HouseGuest could not hold the title for two weeks in a row. All HouseGuests excluding the Head of Household and nominees later vote to determine which of the two nominees should be evicted, and the nominated HouseGuest who received the most votes was evicted during a live episode. If there is a tie in the voting, the reigning Head of Household is required to make the tie-breaker decision. Unlike other versions of Big Brother, the HouseGuests may discuss the nomination and eviction process openly and freely. The HouseGuests also competed in Have/Have Not competitions, in which the losers were required to solely eat Big Brother Slop for the rest of the week; sleep in the Have Not bedroom, which is a very unpleasant place to sleep; and had to take cold showers. The HouseGuests also participated in the veto competition each week, in which they could take one of the nominees off the chopping block including themselves, which would force the Head of Household to nominate another HouseGuest for eviction.  Also, this season there was a twist that allowed the recently evicted HouseGuest to nominate two other HouseGuests for instant eviction.  America also played a part in saving one HouseGuest from eviction one week. When only two HouseGuests remained, the last nine evicted HouseGuests returned to decide which of the two should win the game.

HouseGuests

Name Age Occupation Hometown
Ashley Stevens 24 Waitress Augusta, Maine
Carolina Mitchell 26 Receptionist Huntsville, Alabama
Chance Shepard 25 Detective Detroit, Michigan
DeAngelo Brown 31 Fireman Brooklyn, New York
Eden Richards 21 College Student Madison, Wisconsin
Georgia Barkley 32 Teacher Baltimore, Maryland
Hank Cramer 33 Journalist San Antonio, Texas
Karen Tanner 23 Botique Owner Columbia, South Carolina
Lisa Montana 36 Interior Designer Reno, Nevada
Max Wilson 22 Software Engineer St. Louis, Missouri
Meghan Armstrong 30 Hairstylist Atlanta, Georgia
Reed Reilly 27 Bartender Los Angeles, California
Rodney Lorenzo 40 Stockbroker Chicago, Illonis
Skye Blackwell 29 Defense Attorney Cleveland, Ohio
Valentin Quinn 27 Yoga Instructor Portland, Oregon
Vince Davidson 28 Personal Trainer Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Weekly Summary

Week 1 Events
  • On Day 1, Reed became the first Head of Household.
  • On Day 5, Georgia and Skye were nominated for eviction.
  • On Day 7, Skye won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 9, Skye used the Power of Veto on herself and Reed replaced her with Hank.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Rope A Dope"; On Day 1, the HouseGuests competed in the first competition. HouseGuests had to stand on a platform while holding onto a rope.  On Julie's go, the HouseGuests would pull the rope trying to cause someone to fall off.  If someone fell off or let go off the rope they were eliminated.  The last person standing would become the first Head of Household.  Reed won this competition.
  • Have/Have Not: "Big Brother Bigtop"; The HouseGuests split up into three teams of five, while Reed sat out as HoH.  The HouseGuests, one at a time, would make their way across the monkey bars across the "tightrope", a balance beam, then search through the pile of clown shoes for a clown nose then race back.  The first two teams to get ten noses would be the Haves for the week.  The losers would be the Have Nots.  Carolina, Georgia, Lisa, Max and Valentin were the Have Nots for the week.
  • PoV: "Snowball Veto"; The HouseGuests had to race to find letter tiles inside of snowballs.  The HouseGuests had ten minutes to spell a word.  If the word was spelled incorrectly they would be eliminated.  The HouseGuest that spelled the longest, correctly-spelled word in the shortest amount of time would win the Power of Veto.  Skye spelled the word "happiness" and won the Power of Veto.
Entrances
  • Ashley, Carolina, Chance, DeAngelo, Eden, Georgia, Hank, Karen, Lisa, Max, Meghan, Reed, Rodney, Skye, Valentin and Vince entered the House on Day 1.
Exits
  • On Day 13, Hank was evicted in a vote of 9-4.
Week 2 Events
  • On Day 13, Vince became the new Head of Household.  Also, he had to pick four HouseGuests to be the Have Nots.  He picked DeAngelo, Eden, Rodney and Skye.
  • On Day 14, Ashley and Meghan had a large fight about Meghan's catty behavior, prompting Ashley to try and get Meghan put on the block.
  • On Day 14, Eden and Meghan were nominated for eviction.
  • On Day 16, Valentin won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 18, Valentin chose not to use the Power of Veto.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Big Brother Paradise"; The HouseGuests had to use a hammer to break open a coconut and dump the water into their cup.  Then, race down their lane and deposit the water into their jug.  The HouseGuest who deposits enough water into their jug to retrieve their ping pong ball first would become the new Head of Household.  Vince won this competition.
  • PoV: "Tied Up"; The HouseGuests had to manuever a ring through a tangled rope course.  Through a mud puddle, hay bales, a net crawl, and up and over a wall.  The first HouseGuest to reach the end of the course and hit the buzzer would win the Power of Veto.  Valentin won this competition.
Exits
  • On Day 20, Meghan was evicted by an 11-1 vote.  Max was the only person that voted to keep Meghan in the house.
Week 3 Events
  • On Day 20, Ashley became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 21, Chance, Karen, Lisa, and Max lost the Have/Have Not competition and became the Have Nots for the week.
  • On Day 21, DeAngelo and Valentin were nominated for eviction.
  • On Day 23, DeAngelo won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 25, DeAngelo used the Power of Veto to save himself and Ashley replaced him with Carolina.
  • On Day 27, Julie Chen told the audience that next week they would make a large impact on the game.  They were not told what it was, but it was revealed the next week that America had a veto that they would use to take one of the nominees off the block during week four.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Face the Music"; The night before the eviction, loud and annoying songs were played on the intercom while the HouseGuests were trying to sleep.  The HouseGuests were asked a series of true-or-false questions about the songs.  If someone answered incorrectly, they were eliminated, unless everyone got it wrong.  The last HouseGuest standing would be the new Head of Household.  After making it to the tie-breaker question, Ashley beat out Rodney and Skye and became the new Head of Household.
  • Have/Have Not: "Rock N' Slop"; The HouseGuests split up into three teams of four while Ashley sat out as HoH and Rodney was not chosen and automatically became a Have for the week.  The HouseGuests, one at a time, had to smash a guitar and retrieve the ticket from inside.  There was either a Have or Have Not ticket inside it, while one guitar had a Have Not pass for one week.  The first two teams to get fifteen Have tickets will be the Haves for the week.  While the losers would be the Have Nots.  Chance, Karen, Lisa and Max lost, becoming the Have Nots for the week.
  • PoV: "Lighthning Veto"; The HouseGuests must stand in a chandiler upside down like a lightbulb.  Then must remain upside down while the chandiler swings back and forth. The goal is to stay in the chandiler for exactly an hour or less, anyone staying longer is disqualified. The player who got closest to the one-hour mark without going over won the Power of Veto. With a time of 58 minutes and 43 seconds, DeAngelo won the Power of Veto.
Exits
  • On Day 27, Valentin was evicted by a 6-5 vote.
Week 4 Events
  • On Day 27, DeAngelo became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 28, Ashley, Georgia, Rodney and Vince lost the Have/Have Not competition and became the Have Nots for the week.
  • On Day 28, Ashley and Vince were nominated for eviction.
  • On Day 30, Vince won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 32, Vince used the Power of Veto to save himself and DeAngelo replaced him with Lisa.
  • On Day 34, America chose to use their Power of Veto to save Ashley.
  • On Day 34, DeAngelo nominated Carolina as the replacement nominee.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Here Yee, Here Yee"; The HouseGuests were asked questions about the adjectives about medieval people that were hanging as decorations around the house. If a HouseGuest answered correctly, they eliminated someone of the competition; if the answered incorrectly, they were eliminated.  The last HouseGuest standing would become the new Head of Household.  DeAngelo beat out Max in the final question to become the Head of Household.
  • Have/Have Not: "Unexpectedly Unforgettable"; Poppy Montgomery hosted this competition.  The HouseGuests split up into three teams of four, while DeAngelo sat out as HoH.  The HouseGuests, one at a time, had to enter the "evidence room" and retrieve one of the twelve items and put it on the table.  The teams had to stack the items on the table without them falling down.  This was going to determine how much of an advantage the teams would get on the next part of the competition.  In the second part, the HouseGuests had to remember where each item was on the evidence shelves.  The team who finished first received six of the twelve items in the correct place, the second place team received four and the last place team received two items.  The two teams who finished first were the Haves for the week.  The last place team became the Have Nots week.  Ashley, Georgia, Rodney and Vince lost, becoming the Have Nots for the week.
  • PoV: "Big Brother Cinema"; The HouseGuests had five minutes to examine the movie theater items.  Then, they had to estimate the examined items on a larger scale.  After listening to everyone's answers, they had to determine if they wanted to stay with their answer or fold.  If the HouseGuest was closest to the correct number, they would score one movie ticket.  If they were the furthest away, they were eliminated.  The first HouseGuest to score three points or be the last one standing, would win the Power of Veto.  Vince and DeAngelo both had two tickets but Vince beat out DeAngelo and won the Power of Veto.
Exits
  • On Day 34, Carolina was evicted by a 6-4 vote.
Week 5 Events
  • On Day 34, Chance became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 34, Georgia, Lisa and Max became the Have Nots after picking the chests with Have Not tickets in them.
  • There was no Have/Have Not competition because of the endurance Head of Household competition.
  • On Day 34, a verbal war among most HouseGuests erupted in the house after the Head of Household competition and lasted for hours.  It started with Ashley, Chance and Karen glotting about Chance winning HoH, with Ashley stating that "we can finally get rid of the nasty people in this house".  This prompted Eden and Skye to gossip about Ashley.  Then, Karen started a confrontation with Eden and Skye by exploiting their chat to Ashley.  This then started a loud confrontation between Eden and Skye and Ashley Karen, with Skye stating that Karen was going to vote Ashley out if she stayed on the block last week.  Karen quickly denied this remark.  Skye then stated that Karen was a "lying bitch", angering both Ashley and Karen.  Vince then got involved in the fight angering DeAngelo, who then also got involved in the fight.  DeAngelo then stated that he was confused as to why America saved Ashley because she is a "disgusting, manipulative bitch", sending Ashley into a screaming match with DeAngelo.  Chance then pulled Ashley and Karen away while they were screaming.  Vince and DeAngelo got into each other's faces and the Vince walked away "flipping him off" and stated that he would "spit but didn't want DeAngelo to have to clean it."  This sent DeAngelo over the edge chasing after Vince.  Lisa tried to stop this but DeAngelo shoved Lisa which extremely angered Chance.  The fight finally died done when DeAngelo apologized to Lisa.
  • On Day 35, DeAngelo and Skye were nominated for eviction.
  • On Day 37, DeAngelo won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 39, DeAngelo used the Power of Veto to save himself and Chance replaced him with Max, which was against Ashley and Karen's wishes, to put Eden on the block.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Bull in a China Shop"; The HouseGuests had to stand on a log that would roll forward or backwards while holding onto a bar connected to a bull's head.  If a HouseGuest let go of the bar, the bull would smash the china in the chest, eliminating them from the competition.  The last HouseGuest standing would be the new Head of Household.  Chance won after Eden fell off after 2 hours and 14 minutes.
  • PoV: "Frog Darts"; The HouseGuests competed in a frog throwing contest.  The HouseGuests, one at a time, threw their frog trying to land it in the highest possible number.  In each round, the person with the lowest number is eliminated and picks their prize.  The HouseGuest can either keep their prize or trade it for one of the other uncovered prizes.  The HouseGuest who ends up with the Power of Veto at the end of the competiiton will win.  Chance won $5,000; Ashley won a Caribbean Vacation; Reed won a slop pass; Eden won "50 Shades of Orange", which meant she had to get a spray tan every time a bell rang; Skye won the clownitard, and DeAngelo won the Power of Veto.
Exits
  • On Day 41, Skye was evicted by a 7-2 vote.
Week 6 Events
  • On Day 41, Eden became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 42, Georgia, Karen, Reed, Rodney, and Vince became the Have Nots.  However, because Reed won a slop pass, he was able to eat food for the week.
  • On Day 42, Eden nominated Chance and Vince for eviction.
  • On Day 44, Chance won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 46, Chance decided to use the Power of Veto on himself and Eden replaced him with her nemesis, Ashley.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Hole in One"; The HouseGuests faced off two at a time and were asked questions about past competitions.  If the first person to buzz in was correct, they stayed in and their opponent was eliminated.  The winner would then pick the next two people to face off.  If the first person buzzes in answers incorrectly, they were eliminated and their opponent would pick the next two people to face off.  If no one buzzes in, then they were both eliminated unless they were the final two.  The last HouseGuest standing would be the new Head of Household.  In the final round, it was between Eden and Karen.  In the end, Eden beat Karen and became the new Head of Household.
  • Have/Have Not: "Rollin' in the Hay"; The HouseGuests split up into two teams of five.  One person was dressed up as the farmer, which was the squeezer, while everyone else wore pig costumes, which were the runners.  The runners jumped into the pool of "mud" and get as much on their costume as possible.  Then, they ran back to the "farmer" who got as much mud off of them as possible.  The first team to get enough "mud" off their "pigs" to fill five jugs, would be the Haves for the week.  The losers would be the Have Nots.  Georgia, Karen, Reed, Rodney, and Vince lost and became the Have Nots for the week.
  • PoV: "Jurassic Veto" The HouseGuests went through the Big Brother time mashine and went back to the dinosaur age.  They had to race to assemble a veto stone made up of multiple puzzle pieces.  The first person to assemble their puzzle and step on their platform would win the Power of Veto.  Chance won this competition.
Exits
  • On Day 48, Vince was evicted by a 6-2 vote.  He also became the first member of the Big Brother jury.
Week 7 Events
  • On Day 48, Reed became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 49, Eden, Max, and Rodney lost the Have/Have Not competition and became the Have Nots for the week.
  • On Day 49, Reed nominated DeAngelo and Eden for eviction.
  • On Day 51, Reed won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 53, Reed chose not use the Power of Veto and keep his nominations intact.
  • On Day 55, due to the Karma twist, DeAngelo, the recent evictee, was able to nominate two people for instant eviction.  He nominated Ashley and Reed.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Black Hole"; The HouseGuests each had one ball that they had to roll down a lane.  The object was to get the ball closest to the hole in the middle without it falling in.  The HouseGuest closest to the center would become the new Head of Household.  Reed's ball was the closest therefore became the Head of Household.
  • Have/Have Not: "Conun-Drum"; The HouseGuests split up into three teams of three.  Each team must attempt to bounce a ball on the heads of three drums along the length of a course including across two gates, and into a pot at the end of the course; if the ball dropped to the ground the team must restart at the last gate passed or back at the start.  The first two teams get three balls into their pot were the Haves for the week, while the loser were the Have Nots.  Eden, Max, and Rodney lost and became the Have Nots for the week.
  • PoV: "Zingbot 3000"; The HouseGuests were greeted by the Zingbot 3000, a robot that "zings" the HouseGuests.  The object was to race on a spinning platform, across a balance beam to another spinning platform and solve a puzzle by bringing one piece over at a time.  If a HouseGuest fell off at any time they were eliminated.  The first HouseGuest to finish all four puzzles or the last one standing would win the Power of Veto.  Reed won this competition.
Exits
  • On Day 55, DeAngelo was evicted by a 5-2 vote and joined Vince as the second member of the Big Brother jury.  Due to the Karma twist, Reed was also evicted by a 6-1 vote, becoming the third member of the jury of nine.
Week 8 Events
  • On Day 55, Ashley became the new Head of Household.  Because Georgia and Lisa came in last of the Head of Household competition, they became the Have Nots for the week.
  • On Day 56, Ashley nominated Eden and Max for eviction.
  • On Day 58, Chance won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 60, Chance decided not to use the Power of Veto.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Big Hopportunity"; The HouseGuests had to "hop" down their lane to the chicken wire, where they had to manever an egg through the maze of the chicken wire to the end, then hop back to their basket and place the egg in it.  The first HouseGuest to get twelve eggs intact in their basket and ring the bell would become the new Head of Household.  Ashley won this competition.
  • PoV: "Bowlerina"; The HouseGuests had to face off two at a time in a bowling competition.  They had to spin fifteen times around on a bar to lower a barrier.  Once they do that, they have fifteen seconds to throw as many balls as they can to knock down the pins before the barrier rises again.  The first HouseGuest to knock down all four pins would win the round.  This would continue until their is a winner.  The last HouseGuest standing would win the Power of Veto.  Chance won this competition.
Exits
  • On Day 62, Eden was evicted by a unanimous 5-0 vote.  She became the fourth member of the jury along with Vince, DeAngelo and Reed.
Week 9 Events
  • On Day 62, Chance became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 63, Ashley, Lisa and Rodney lost the Have/Have Not competition and became the Have Nots for the week.
  • On Day 63, Chance nominated Max and Rodney for eviction.
  • On Day 65, Rodney won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 67, Rodney decided to use the Power of Veto on himself and Chance replaced him with Georgia.
  • On Day 69, Karen became the new Head of Household, as part of the "Big Brother Fast Forward."
  • On Day 69, Karen nominated Georgia and Rodney for eviction.
  • On Day 69, Rodney won the Power of Veto, used it on himself, and Karen replaced him with Lisa.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Big Brother Headlines"; The HouseGuests were given headlines that viewers voted for online.  The HouseGuests had to choose between two HouseGuests that would best fit the headline.  If they get it right they move one step forward.  The HouseGuest the farthest on the board after eight questions would become the new Head of Household.  Chance, Lisa and Rodney made it to a tie-breaker where Chance won and became the new Head of Household.
  • Have/Have Not: "Push N' Pull"; The HouseGuests split up into two teams of three.  Each team was belted into a large three point sliding hub resembling a triangle. By shifting, sliding and adjusting each other they will maneuver through a course of bamboo poles. Along the way the teams will pass through five gates. Making things more difficult, the team's paths intersect at four points in the course, which could result in the two teams colliding before reaching the finish line.  The first team to get to the finish line would be the Haves for the week, while the losers were the Have Nots.  Ashley, Lisa and Rodney lost and became the Have Nots for the week.
  • PoV: "Otev the Beaver"; The HouseGuests were given a riddle by Otev the Beaver and were required to search through various love letters in the backyard with the names of previously evicted HouseGuests on them to find the love letter that would solve the riddle. The last HouseGuest to bring Otev the correct love letter, or the HouseGuest who brought an incorrect love letter, were eliminated each round.  The last HouseGuest standing would win the Power of Veto.  Rodney won this competition.
  • HoH: "Before or After"; The HouseGuests had to determine whether one event in the house happened before or after another event by stepping either up or down on a staircase.  If they answered correctly, they scored a point.  The HouseGuest with the most points at the end of seven questions would become the new Head of Household.  Karen won this competition.
  • PoV: "Go Fetch!"; The HouseGuests had to race down their lane, through their doghouse, and into the pile of grass.  They had to dig through the grass to retrieve two bones and bring them back one at a time.  Then they had to retrieve the veto medallion and press their button.  The first HouseGuest to do this would win the Power of Veto.  Rodney won this competition.
Exits
  • On Day 69, Max was evicted by a 3-1 vote, becoming the fifth member of the jury.  Georgia was also evicted during the "Fast Forward Eviction" by a 3-0 vote.  She became the sixth member of the jury of nine.
Week 10 Events
  • On Day 69, Rodney became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 70, Rodney nominated Chance and Karen for eviction.
  • On Day 72, Karen won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 73, Karen used the Power of Veto on herself and Rodney replaced her with Ashley.
  • On Day 75, Chance became the new Head of Household.
  • On Day 75, Chance nominated Lisa and Rodney for eviction.
  • On Day 76, Chance won the Power of Veto.
  • On Day 77, Chance decided not to use the Power of Veto, leaving Karen the sole vote to evict.
Competitions
  • HoH: "Big Brother Plinko"; The HouseGuests were given events that happened in the house.  They had to determine on what day these events happened and then drop their plinko chip into one of the 69 slots, one for each day of the game, that they thought would land on the day the event happened.  The farther they were away from the day, the more penalty points they got.  After seven questions, the HouseGuest with the least number of penalty points would become the new Head of Household.  Rodney won the competition by a landslide.  He only had 8 penalty points while second place, Ashley, had 22 penalty points.
  • PoV: "Sleep Tight with the Veto"; The HouseGuests first had to use a large toothbrush to brush all of the green out of a large mouth.  The first three HouseGuests to finish moved onto the next round where they had to complete a slide puzzle.  The first two people to finish would move onto the final round.  They had to search through hundreds of sheep to find the one with the veto symbol on it.  Then they had to race up the staircase of beds and lay in the bed.  The first HouseGuest to do so would win the Power of Veto.  Karen won this competition.
  • HoH: "Photographic Memory"; The HouseGuests were given pictures of past competitions on the memory wall.  The HouseGuests were then asked true or false questions about them.  If they got it correct, they scored a point.  The person with the most points at the end of seven questions would become the new Head of Household.  Chance won this competition.
  • PoV: "Bridge to Veto"; The HouseGuests were given two riddles.  They then had to figure out which evicted HouseGuest each riddles corresponded to then use the plank to fill in the space.  The first person to get all of the riddles correct, cross the bridge, and press the button would win the Power of Veto.  Chance won this competition.
Exits
  • On Day 75, Ashley was evicted by a 2-0 vote.  She became the seventh member of the jury of nine, along with Vince, DeAngelo, Reed, Eden, Max, and Georgia.
  • On Day 77, Rodney was evicted by Karen, becoming the eighth member of the jury.
Week 11 Events
  • On Day 78, Chance, Karen and Lisa looked back at all the events, competitions, confrontations, and evictions that happened in the house.
  • On Day 81, Chance won the endurance, first part of the Final Head of Household.
  • On Day 83, Karen won the memory, second part of the Final Head of Household.
  • On Day 85, Chance and Karen faced off in the third and final part of the Head of Household.  Chance won the final part and had the sole vote to evict.
  • On Day 85, Ashley won the $25,000 jury prize.
Competitions
  • HoH Pt. 1: "Surf's Up"; The HouseGuests had to stand on a surf board while holding onto a bar.  To make things more difficult, the surf board moves around and water splashes them in the face.  If a HouseGuest fell off their board or let go  of their board, they were eliminated.  The last HouseGuest standing would automatically move onto the part three of the final Head of Household competition.  Lisa fell off first after 49 minutes, while Karen finally struck a final two deal with Chance and she fell off after 2 hours and 34 minutes, which meant Chance won and moved onto the part three.
  • HoH Pt. 2: "Climb Time"; Karen and Lisa had to climb up a tower and use a rag to remove dirt from the window panel, which would reveal HouseGuest's faces.  They then had to put the HouseGuests in order of when they won Head of Household.  Once they finished, they pressed the finish button.  The HouseGuest with the fastest time would win part two and move onto part three of the Head of Household competition.  Karen got a time of 23 minutes and 22 seconds while Lisa got a time of 35 minutes and 6 seconds.  Therefore, Karen moved onto the final part.
  • HoH Pt. 3: "Jury Statements"; Chance and Karen faced off in the final competition of the summer.  They had to listen to statements from the eight members of the jury.  They had to complete the statements with one of the two choices.  If they got it correct, they got a point.  The HouseGuest with the most points at the end of eight questions would become the Final Head of Household.  Chance won the competition by a score of 6-5, becoming the Final HoH.
Exits
  • On Day 85, Lisa was evicted by Chance and became the ninth and final member of the Big Brother jury along with Vince, DeAngelo, Reed, Eden, Max, Georgia, Ashley and Rodney.
  • On Day 85, Chance was crowned the winner of Big Brother and $500,000 winner in a 7-2 vote.  Karen left the house as Runner-Up with $50,000.

Voting History

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Eviction
votes
received
Day 28 Day 34 Day 49 Day 55 Day 63 Day 69 Day 70 Day 75 Day 85 Finale
Head of
Household
Reed Vince Ashley DeAngelo Chance Eden Reed DeAngelo Ashley Chance Karen Rodney Chance Chance (none)
Nominations
(Pre-Veto)
Georgia Skye Eden Meghan DeAngelo Valentin Ashley
Vince
Ashley
Lisa
DeAngelo Skye Chance Vince DeAngelo Eden Ashley Reed Eden
Max
Max Rodney Georgia Rodney Chance Karen Lisa Rodney Karen
Lisa
Veto Winner Skye Valentin DeAngelo Vince Ashley DeAngelo Chance Reed (none) Chance Rodney Rodney Karen Chance (none)
Nominations
(Post-Veto)
Georgia Hank Eden Meghan Carolina Valentin Ashley
Lisa
Carolina Lisa Max
Skye
Ashley Vince DeAngelo Eden Eden
Max
Georgia Max Georgia Lisa Ashley Chance Lisa Rodney
Chance Hank Meghan Valentin Nominations Void Carolina Head of Household Ashley DeAngelo Ashley Eden Head of Household Georgia Nominated Head of Household Lisa Winner
$500,000
0
Karen Hank Meghan Valentin Nominations Void Carolina Skye Vince DeAngelo Reed Eden Max Head of Household Ashley Rodney Nominated RunnerUp
$50,000
0
Lisa Hank Meghan Valentin Nominated Skye Vince DeAngelo Reed Eden Max Nominated Ashley Nominated Evicted
(Day 85)
Karen 5
Rodney Georgia Meghan Carolina Nominations Void Lisa Skye Vince Eden Reed Eden Georgia Georgia Head of Household Nominated Evicted
(Day 77)
Chance 1
Ashley Hank Meghan Head of Household Nominated Carolina Skye Nominated DeAngelo Nominated Head of Household Max Georgia Nominated Evicted
(Day 75)
Chance 5
Georgia Nominated Meghan Valentin Nominations Void Carolina Skye Vince DeAngelo Reed Eden Nominated Nominated Evicted
(Day 69)
Karen 8
Max Georgia Eden Carolina Nominations Void Lisa Nominated Vince Eden Reed Nominated Nominated Evicted
(Day 69)
Chance 5
Eden Hank Nominated Carolina Nominations Void Lisa Max Head of Household Nominated Reed Nominated Evicted
(Day 62)
Chance 8
Reed Head of Household Meghan Valentin Nominations Void Carolina Skye Ashley Head of Household Nominated Evicted
(Day 55)
Chance6
DeAngelo Georgia Meghan Carolina Head of Household Max Vince Nominated Karma Evicted
(Day 55)
Chance 5
Vince Hank Head of Household Valentin Nominations Void Carolina Skye Nominated Evicted
(Day 48)
Chance 6
Skye Hank Meghan Carolina Nominations Void Lisa Nominated Evicted
(Day 41)
7
Carolina Hank Meghan Nominated Nominations Void Nominated Evicted
(Day 34)
11
Valentin Georgia Meghan Nominated Evicted
(Day 27)
6
Meghan Hank Nominated Evicted
(Day 20)
11
Hank Nominated Evicted
(Day 13)
9
Notes None 1 2 3 4 None 5 6 7 8 None 9
Have Nots Carolina, Georgia, Lisa,   Max, Valentin DeAngelo, Eden, Rodney, Skye Chance, Karen, Lisa,    Max Ashley, Georgia, Rodney, Vince Georgia, Lisa,    Max Georgia, Karen, Reed, Rodney, Vince Eden, Max, Rodney Georgia, Lisa Ashley, Lisa, Rodney None
Evicted Hank
9 of 13 votes to evict
Meghan
11 of 12 votes to evict
Valentin
6 of 11 votes to evict
Nominations Void Carolina
6 of 10 votes to evict
Skye
7 of 9 votes to evict
Vince
6 of 8 votes to evict
DeAngelo
5 of 7 votes to evict
Reed
6 of 7 votes to evict
Eden
5 of 5 votes to evict
Max
3 of 4 votes to evict
Georgia
3 of 3 votes to evict
Ashley
2 of 2 votes to evict
Rodney
Karen's Choice to evict
Lisa
Chance's Choice to evict
Karen
2 of 9 votes
to win
Rich
7 of 9 votes
to win

Notes

Note 1As HoH, Vince chose the Have Nots in week two.

Note 2: Since Rodney was not chosen to compete in the Have/Have Not competition, he automatically became a Have for the week.

Note 3: During the eviction in week four, Julie announced that America would vote to save one of the nominees from eviction. They chose to save Ashley.

Note 4: Georgia, Lisa and Max became the Have Nots in week five because they picked the chests with Have Not tickets in them.

Note 5: During week seven, a new twist, the Karma twist, allowed the evicted HouseGuest to nominate two HouseGuests for instant eviction. However, they would still leave the house along with the other HouseGuest. DeAngelo was evicted and he nominated Ashley and Reed. Also, because it was an instant eviction, there was no veto competition.

Note 6: Georgia and Lisa became the Have Nots in week eight for coming in last in the Head of Household competition.

Note 7: Week 9 was a double eviction week. Following Max's eviction, the remaining HouseGuests played a week's worth of game — including HoH and Veto competitions, and Nomination, Veto, and Eviction ceremonies — during the remainder of the weekly live show, culminating in a second eviction for the week.

Note 8: Have and Have Nots were discontinued after Day 69.

Note 9: During the finale, the jury members vote for which finalist should win Big Brother.

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