Big Brother 17 Episode 4 just wrapped up! Here’s a recap of everything that went down, and what we think you should expect to come:
WARNING: Spoilers below (duh).
The episode started off following the Battle of the Block competition. James and his alliance of Da’Vonne, Jason, and Audrey, decide to pull in both Clay and Meg. We see a diary room where Da’Vonne calls the alliance “temporary”.
Later, Jace is in the HOH with James, Audrey, and Austin. Jace wants to create an alliance, and wants James word that they’ve got each others backs.
John, Becky, and Jason are chosen to play in the veto alongside Steve, Jackie, and James.
Da’Vonne decides to count various things around the house in case the veto has to do with numbers, and while counting things Jeff checks up on her via Clay and Shelli’s request, and she gets pissed. Jeff and her make up, with Jeff blaming Clay, and Clay apologizes. After he leaves Da’Vonne tells the camera his apology wasn’t genuine, and that Audrey clearly sent him up there (foreshadowing much?).
James chooses Austin, Da’Vonne, Vanessa, and Liz to be have-nots for the week.
We then see Audrey add Shelli to the large alliance, upsetting James.
Steve uses the veto on himself, and James goes through with putting Jace up as replacement.
Tomorrow should be a fun night, as we see the downfall of Audrey, our first eviction, the reveal of the twin twist, and Kathy Griffin take over the house. What’s even more exciting is that as of right now, who’s going home tomorrow is up in the air, which as far as I remember is a first for a first week in Big Brother.
Be sure to check back tomorrow for our daily live feed updates, as well as our Episode 5 recap.