With that out of the way we join Arisa on stage as she tells us about the surprise eviction and then calls the house guests to the living room. When she calls them in they all figure they're in trouble but then Arisa gives them the heads up that within the hour another houseguest will be heading out the door.
The boys are counting on Kelsey winning the PoV and keeping the nominations the same and then voting out Cassandra. She is their primary target, which is a bit of a surprise since the boys have always wanted Tim out. I guess they want Cassandra out more, so she's gone into serious campaign mode, starting with Kelsey. Hopefully Kelsey doesn't believe a word she says.
Meanwhile the boys are surprised that Tim has had the most nominations this season. I guess they weren't keeping track. Good thing that's not part of the PoV competition because Arisa is back to let us know about the PoV competition which will take place in the jury doll house.
Tim is the first one to try and win the PoV and as the horn sounds he races in to find the clues. There are three clues for each jury member hidden throughout the house which then need to be placed on their realtor signs. Tim completes the challenge and hopes he has the fastest time, but he's misplaced a few of the clues.
Next it's Kelsey's turn to head into the jury doll house. She's doing really good retrieving the clues and putting them with the right jury member, but just like Tim she gets stuck on the patio door for a bit. She's down to her last clue and she just can't see it sitting above the painting at the top of the stairs. She finds it p, hits the buzzer and she's done, but was she fast enough?
Cassandra's turn and even though her life in the game depends on it I don't think she's likely to have the fastest time. It's all in the editing mind you but her first attempt was wrong so she needs to move a few clues around. She's not to sure about this but she gets it.
The last one to try their hand is Nick and he really wants those nominations to remain the same so he's racing through the house. Nick runs into the same issue with the patio door and searches the entire house for the key before checking the jacket at the front door. He thinks he did well and now it's time to find out.
The winner of the PoV with a time of 14:40 is . . . Nick. Well done little brother. Bye bye Cassandra. Probably. Well, as long as Kelsey sticks to the plan. In the end, Kelsey is the only one who gets a vote and she needs to figure out what's best for her endgame.
Rather than relying on Kelsey saving her, Cassandra decides it's time to convince Tim to fall on his sword for her. Tim knows she's playing him, but he also knows how much she really wants to win. I can't believe that Tim is actually thinking of taking himself out to save Cassandra. It may be noble but that's certainly not how he won Big Brother Australia.
Time for a little time travel as we roll back to right after Arisa tells the house guests about the surprise eviction. Cassandra takes Tim aside to beg him to throw it for her so she stays safe but Tim just smiles his usual Tim smile. Cassandra really wants to win but Tim is not her Prince Charming and he tells her so. After failing with Tim, Cassandra turns to Kelsey to keep her in the house and Kelsey has mastered Tim's grin.
Time to get back to the present as Arisa calls everyone back to see if the brothers are going to use the PoV. The brothers have decided not to use the PoV so the decision is up to Kelsey, who rises and bids farewell to Cassandra. Cassandra gives everyone a hug and then heads out, leaving the final three (plus one) to congratulate themselves on making it to the end after all that tension.
Outside the BBCan Grand, Arisa welcomes Cassandra to a quiet stage and Cassandra is so glad to see another human. She can't believe she just walked out those doors and when Arisa asked her what went wrong Cassandra felt that they all thought she was the bigger threat. Arisa asks about her relationship with Tim and she says it was great to work with him and she's putting her money in Tim to win. Arisa sends Cassandra off to jury house and tells her she'll see her at the finale . . . tomorrow. So close and yet so far.
Arisa goes back to talk to the house guests about Ramsey's void in the jury house and then tells them that the final jury vote will be given to . . . Canada. They're about to be asked a few questions from Canada and their answers will determine who Canada gives their vote to and you can almost see the wheels turning in Tim's head . . . "but I'm not Canadian, they're not going to pick me." Stranger things have happened Tim, . . . Canada voted for Trudeau.
Individually each houseguest goes into the High Roller room to answer . . . Why they think they deserve to win over the other house guests? . . . What was the best lie they told in the house and how did it help them? . . . What would winning Big Brother Canada mean to you? . . . Everyone gave some really good answers to all the questions and they all want Canada to pick them to win but in the end there can be only one.
Depending on how the rest of the jury votes the final three are all very worthy of the win and they've all used different styles of play to get to this point. As well liked as Tim is I don't think the rest of the jury is going to vote for him to win, even though he played a great game. Nick and Phil stayed so far under the radar in the first half of the season I almost forgot they were there but they ended strong and played well despite the alternating roles every week. As for Kelsey, I think she rode Jarred's spurs for the first part of the season but after being voted out once already she came back with a vengeance and actually tried something different and it worked.
Tomorrow is the season finale of Big Brother Canada Season Four and I'll be right here to let you know how it plays out. For those who've been watching the season I'm sure the end will be enjoyable even if your favorite houseguest is already hanging out in the jury house. For those who just follow my blog reviews, I'm glad you're here and I hope you've enjoyed what I've written this season. Be sure to also check out my Survivor reviews and, of course, my Amazing Race recaps. See you soon house guests.