It wouldn’t be a round of Big Brother spoilers without some major shade being hurled at the alliance that goes by the name of The Hive.
The alliance, consisting of Faysal Shafaat, Haleigh Broucher, and Scottie Salton had the opportunity to change the game a few weeks back when they had more allies.
On Sunday’s episode, we learned that Faysal put his own ally, Scottie on the block next to Brett Robinson. It was a ludicrous move and one that solidified the fact that he does not have a handle in the game.
It’s becoming increasingly obvious that Faysal is playing for Haleigh’s heart as opposed to the $500,000 prize.
The moment JC Mounduix conspired with Level Six to get Faysal to put Scottie on the block, it seemed like the plan was never going to work.
Then again, we’ve clearly been giving Faysal more credit than he deserves because his ridiculous decisions continued into the weekend.
Haleigh, Tyler, and Angela were picked to play in the veto competition, which played out on Saturday and featured the return of Zingbot.
Let’s hope the robot managed to make enough quips at The Hive to make them realize they needed to switch things up or they were going to be extinct.
Brett managed to secure the win in the competition, but it came with a major caveat: If he was to come down, he ran the risk of one of his allies going on the block.
But that was okay, Level Six along with Sam and JC could vote however if they wanted this week so long as one of them did not wind up on the block.
Sam immediately got scheming, proving once again that she can play the game when she wants to. We’re still expecting her to reveal at the end that she’s been strategizing all summer long.
In any case, she told Faysal that he should target Haleigh for eviction. This immediately made it seem like Sam was against The Hive alliance.
One would think that it would then be enough to get Sam on the block, and even Haleigh was happy about the prospect of that.
Tyler, as usual, swam under the radar when Faysal should have taken his chance to get the competition beast up and out of the house.
When Monday rolled around, it seemed like Sam was going on the block, but Kaycee was revealed to be the replacement nominee after Brett took himself off the block.
The Hive could have stayed competitive if Fessy just put two Level Sixers up from the get-go. Instead, they’re losing another one of their own.
Scottie is definitely going home on Thursday. Haleigh will likely be the only vote to keep him in the house, and next week will likely find both Haleigh and Faysal on the block.
At this point, Level Six should all be declared winners. They’re killing it!
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