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Big Brother All-Stars recap: Time to begin the Monday night episodes

Christmas Abbott Made BB22 Final Six
Christmas Abbott is hoping she gets named the Big Brother 22 winner. Pic credit: CBS

Our first Big Brother All-Stars recap from a Monday night episode has finally arrived. CBS decided to make a big shift in its programming, ending Sunday night episodes and moving them to Monday nights for the rest of October.

We have a full breakdown of the rest of the summer 2020 schedule for readers who need to check on things. It even includes a special Friday night episode that could be an interesting treat to some viewers of the show.

The BB22 cast is down to its final six houseguests, and things are starting to get pretty intense on the Big Brother live feeds. Exactly how the jury will decide on a winner could be an interesting substory to it all.

This article will serve as a live blog for the Monday, October 5 episode. Unfortunately, there are some markets where CBS has moved the Patriots vs. Chiefs football game, causing the telecast of Big Brother Season 22, Episode 26, to be pushed back in the evening.

Make sure to check in on Monday night as we provide a live recap of the events that take place. Everything will pick up following that epic Triple Eviction episode from Thursday night.

Monday night episode recap

The new episode of the show has begun. To start, though, it was a huge recap of what took place during the Triple Eviction. It covered how Tyler Crispen and Christmas Abbott pushed hard to get Nicole Franzel evicted. But Memphis Garrett was stuck on getting David Alexander out, and as the HOH he was pretty adamant about it.

Enzo Palumbo immediately went to Nicole and told her that it was Christmas and Tyler that threw her “under the bus.” In a Diary Room session, Enzo said he voted out David to protect Cody Calafiore and create a situation where Nicole would owe him.

The episode worked its way through a recap of Daniele Donato getting evicted by a unanimous vote, where The Committee decided that they would rather protect Nicole than Dani.

These segments took up more than 20 minutes of the Monday night episode.

Secret Head of Household Competition

Later on the same night as the Triple Eviction, the final six houseguests had to play in another HOH Competition. Tyler had to watch while the other five people played for power. He knew that his time in the game might be limited if Christmas didn’t win it.

The challenge itself involved doing yoga poses while holding down buttons and taking off outfits. It’s a challenge that has been done in the past and this time they did it in rounds. Losing contact with a button caused time penalties.

Christmas was the first one out. Then, Nicole was the second person out. It meant that Cody, Memphis, and Enzo beat them both by doing yoga a bit better.

Cody ended up winning the Head of Household Competition and earned the right to name two nominees for eviction.

Cody Nomination Ceremony

Nicole called Christmas vicious and then called Tyler and Christmas both dirty players during Diary Room sessions ahead of the Nomination Ceremony. Enzo then went to Cody and told him that Tyler and Christmas were trying to flip the house.

At the Nomination Ceremony, Cody Calafiore nominated Tyler Crispen and Christmas Abbott for eviction. There was no surprise, as Cody talked about it with Enzo and Nicole ahead of time.

That’s the end of the Big Brother recap from Monday night. For any readers who want to jump ahead, we have all of the spoilers that lead up to the next eviction. Much of it will be shown during the next episode of the show, which is on Wednesday, October 7.

There was also a really long tirade that showed up on the Big Brother live feeds where Nicole and Cody called Tyler a snake.

Big Brother airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS.

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