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‘Big Brother’ Recap: Turner Chooses A Side

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(Fwrd Axis) — Big Brother continued on Sunday night with the final eight reuniting and Turner finally choosing a side after earning another Head of Household win.

The episode begins with the outside group rejoining the house. Michael, Brittany, Taylor, and Monte are stunned to see Alyssa still in the game, meaning one of the Leftovers was sent home. While the viewers at home know why, those in the Big Brochella house had any idea about why Joseph was evicted.

Terrance, Alyssa, Kyle, and Turner, who call themselves the Afterparty, planned to blame Joseph for everything once they came back inside — saying Joseph was “acting crazy” or “pushing really hard”, which led to his eviction. The remaining Leftovers don’t buy what the group is selling, with both Michael and Taylor feeling like something is off with their explanation.

This all led up to the most important Head of Household competition of the season. Kyle and his so-called AfterParty alliance wanted to take control of the game while the remaining Leftovers were out for revenge against those who sent Joseph home. Everyone is locked in but Monte, Turner, and Kyle seem to be the main three with a chance to take the competition. Kyle actually had two different chances to win but it was Turner that came out on top in an HoH he really didn’t need.

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Turner is still part of the Leftovers but he’s now also in the Afterparty, and that means he would be betraying someone by the end of the night. He begins his conversations and wants to target Alyssa and Terrance, saying they are weak links in competitions. However, that’s a red flag for Kyle, who wants to save his sexy time partner.

A conversation with Monte changed everything for Turner. Monte decides that his loyalty to the Pound alliance outweighs his loyalty to the Leftovers, so he tells Turner that the other members of the alliance were planning to come after the guys.

At the nomination ceremony, Turner nominates Taylor and Brittany, giving some crap reason and drawing a line in the sand in the process.

Big Brother continues on Wednesday night at 8/7c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Stephen Anderson
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Stephen Michael is a Political Correspondent based in the United States. He has reached a global audience with his coverage of the 2020 Election and Trump White House. Michael joins Forward Axis News after spending time with the Project Spurs Network since 2014 and covering reality TV in the UK, Australia, and Canada.

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