We join our seven houseguests after the PoV ceremony on Day 53 and Sarah intends to do anything she can to save her ally. Little does she know that Brittnee has already taken care of that herself. Zach and Ashleigh are giggly with excitement to get rid of Brittnee but Pilar warns them to be careful in case she ends up staying.
Brittnee intends to make a well planned decision this week when she uses her superpower. She starts with Godfrey to see who he's loyal to. She's glad to see he's still targeting Zach. When she asks Zach who he's voting for he says he hasn't made up his mind. He compliments her gameplay but inadvertently tells her she's a threat. Zach has just figured out that Ashleigh has no idea about geography but he stops her from embarrassing herself. Good thing she's pretty.
Godfrey, Bruno and Sarah are chatting away and Sarah knows that Godfrey is a lot smarter than he's been playing. He's a little nervous sitting next to Brittnee. Sarah still doesn't trust anything Bruno says and she really doesn't want to be in a final three with them. Back in the kitchen Brittnee realizes that Bruno could care less that she's on the block when he waffles on his answers. Bruno has no game face and he may be facing Brittnee's superpower real soon.
Sarah is discussing the next HoH with Brittnee and who they would put up and Brittnee tells her to just trust her. She can't actually reveal her superpower but she needs Sarah to relax. Time to step out for a brief visit with Arisa before we go back into the house.
Brittnee and Sarah are alone in the yard watching the "happy family" in the kitchen. They're both a little frustrated with Ashleigh and Pilar playing with the boys. Godfrey wanders out for a moment before heading back in and forcing himself to chat with Pilar. It's not that difficult dude, even if he is just covering his bases.
Bruno and Zach are lounging in the hot tub discussing how beneficial the triple eviction was for their game. They've built a much better relationship than they started with. Speaking of relationships, Sarah is up with Pilar and Ashleigh to convince them that the girls need to keep Brittnee in the house or the guys are just going to pick them off. Ashleigh looks like she gets it.
Bruno joins Sarah in the Have Not room to find out why she's been throwing him under a bus while campaigning for Brittnee. Sarah gets too emotional and Bruno gets too defensive. Bruno finally goes out when Brittnee arrives, saying he's done. Once again she tells Sarah to just trust her. While in the pantry Brittnee is now talking to herself about who's tight with who and who trusts who. Sounds like Bruno is going up but she needs to be sure that whoever she puts up goes home.
Before the break Arisa lets us know that Brittnee's superpower is the last Twisto's Twist of the season. Thank goodness for that. I hate the damn twists as they interfere with the entire game. It's like playing chess and halfway through your opponent is told they can have three queens while you're told to relinquish your Knights. No thanks, let's just play the game.
In the jury house Jordan has taken some time to get used to the fact that Sindy sent him packing, but he does. He's eventually right back to doting on her and they've begun talking game again. In walks Bobby, and Jordan was surprised because he believed he had a secret PoV. Jordan was impressed with Bobby's gameplay as they showed him around. Kevin and Willow are on their way and Jordan is floored that Kevin is out of the Big Brother house when they arrived. Kevin is so upset to be in the jury house with these people but he does reveal he's a professional poker player. Now they can relax and talk game without any pressure as they all assume Sarah will be joining them next. They're in for a surprise.
Arisa says hello to the houseguests in the livingroom as we begin the eviction ceremony. She gives them the news of another Twisto's Twist which gave Brittnee or Sarah a very special power. She then shows them where that special power came from and there are a lot of surprised looks. Godfrey looks devastated to find that Brittnee must remove one of the nominees but she can decide to remove both and she gets to name the replacements. The only ones who are safe are Ashleigh as the HoH and Sarah who held the PoV. Brittnee decides to save herself . . . and then she saves Godfrey and he is so overjoyed that he starts breathing again.
Time for Brittnee's replacements and up go Zach and Bruno. They each have 30 seconds to plead their case. Zach says he understands game moves and doesn't take anything personal. Bruno says he appreciates great moves as well and also has no hard feelings. Here comes the vote.
Pilar is up first and she votes to evict Bruno, Sarah votes to evict Bruno, Godfrey votes to evict Bruno, and Brittnee also votes to evict Bruno. It's official, Bruno is heading to the jury house. Interestingly enough they didn't split up a power couple. Bruno hugs everyone and heads up and out where Arisa welcomes him to the stage. He's a little emotional when he sees his family. Arisa points out that so many people thought he'd win it all and she asks if he blames Sarah. He doesn't and he appreciates her social game. Arisa bids him farewell as she sends him off to the jury house, but before he goes he grabs a quick hug from his wife.
Back inside the houseguests are getting ready for a trial by fire in the next HoH competition, 100 Minutes in Hell. They all proceed to a series of glass coffins and lay down inside surrounded by flames. They need to stay in their coffin until 100 minutes have passed and then hit their buzzer. The closest to the 100 minutes, either over or under, will be the next HoH, but it's called 100 Minutes in Hell for a reason. A reason we won't know about until Sunday's episode. Not only that, but next week will be another double eviction.
That's it for tonight. Remember to come back Friday for the main event as Wayne and I both review the Amazing Race finale and let you know who made it first to the final mat. After that, I'll be back on Sunday with another update on Big Brother Canada. See you all in a few days.