Big Brother Spoilers: Power of Veto Time

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Will the crucial Power of Veto be used to save either April or Jerry from eviction on tonight's episode of Big Brother?

The houseguests start thinking they are missing stuff and assume Dan is stealing it because he is America's Player.

Michelle, April, and Ollie are sure that he is.

Ollie tries to convince Michelle that she'll be safer if April stays in the house rather she will with Jerry. She says she knows that.

Memphis Garrett
Dan Gheesling Picture
Jerry MacDonald

They are concerned as to what Dan Gheesling will do if he wins HOH, since nobody knows what his deal is.

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Follow the jump for Big Brother spoilers - including who wins the power of veto and whether he or she elects to use it ...

Michelle asks April why she doesn’t offer money to Dan in exchange for the POV, but she says she has no money left.

April tries to secure Dan's vote. She says that she already has Memphis’ vote and offers him safety in later weeks.

Dan asks who she would nominate and she says probably Memphis.

Keesha then talks to Dan and Memphis about getting Jerry out.

Memphis mentions that Renny Martin made a deal with him this week and Keesha seems surprised. They think if Ollie wins next week they can try to convince him to nominate Jerry and Michelle.

Jerry apologizes to Dan for the rude things he said. The grandpa also thinks Michelle will vote him out, but he'll still be safe.

Ollie tries to get Dan to use POV, which he has.

Dan tells him he would need something “tangible” [money] in order to make that decision. Dan is scared Ollie will retaliate next week.

Dan talks to Memphis about possibly using the POV. Dan says April offered him $5,000 and he has a big decision to make.

Memphis discourages him from using it and says he has the power to potentially turn Renny and Keesha against him.

It's time for the POV Ceremony and ... it is not used!

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