Christie took another trip to the block on Sunday's episode of Big Brother, but will she be sitting there come Thursday night?
Thanks to the Big Brother live feeds, we already know the answer to that question, but first, we should probably run down what happened in at the Veto.
Cliff, Nicole, and Tommy joined Jessica, Christie, and Jackson, meaning that Holly was the only person in the house who did not play in the competition.
Oh yes, we're getting to the stage in the game in which everyone will be playing for the veto ... unless the producers of Big Brother opt to throw in some more dumb twists.
When the competition played out on Saturday, Jackson's winning streak came to a halt, and Tommy won another POV.
It didn't take long for it to emerge that he planned to take Christie off the block, which makes sense because they know each other from back home. Hell, they're practically family!
As far as unfair advantages go, this is simply not fair on the other houseguests because, well, they don't have these benefits going for them right about now.
On Monday, Tommy used the POV and took Christie off the block.
Cliff, who previously volunteered to go up as a pawn, took a seat next to Jessica, who seems poised to go home at this stage.
Jackson would have been wise to put Tommy on the block with Christie because Christie is already starting the process of doling out some good old revenge.
Christie wasted no time in telling Jessica that they might be able to sway the votes to keep her. She admitted that she would be the one to take the shot at Holly and Jackson.
With the Double Eviction coming up on Thursday, it wouldn't be all that surprising to see Holly or Jackson head out the door after Jessica.
There's no way Jessica survives because Nicole and Holly will not save her, and even if Tommy and Christie try to evict Cliff, Jackson will break the tie.
Jackson will likely be complaining that Christie is turning on him, but the time to get her out of the game was weeks ago, and he may well hand her the money now.
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