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‘Big Brother’ Recap: A Backdoor Plan Begins To Take Shape

Hisam’s fate could be sealed this week on ‘Big Brother’.

Big Brother continues on Sunday night with the latest Head of Household taking power and a backdoor plan taking shape.

The episode kicks off following Reilly’s eviction, which had Jag, Blue, and Matt in tears. After some depression and tears, that side of the house finally moves on to targeting Hisam.

The Head of Household competition sees the houseguests take part in a golf-like challenge, where the highest scorer will win the competition. Mecole scores a 27 and holds the lead for quite some time before Cirie goes next and scores a 29 to take the lead. She held that lead until Izzy scored 45.

Felicia scores 53 and no one could beat that mark, giving her the HOH win.

Cirie gets to work as she and Felicia begin to form a plot to backdoor Hisam. Felicia thinks it would be a huge move but worries it may be too soon to pull the trigger to get it done.

Felicia’s mind is made up after her conversation with Hisam as he cuts her off and basically tells her what she should do with her HOH reign, telling her who to target. After speaking with Cameron, she tells him that she wants him to go up so he can win the Power of Veto.

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At the nomination ceremony, Felicia puts her backdoor plan into motion, nominating Jag alongside Cameron.

Big Brother continues Wednesday on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

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