Big Brother August 29, 2019 Evicted Nick Maccarone And New HOH Revealed (Recap)

Big Brother August 29, 2019 Evicted Nick Maccarone And New HOH Revealed (Recap)

Hey, fellow “Big Brother” fans. Tonight, August 29, 2019, another LIVE eviction episode did indeed air, and another unlucky houseguest was sent packing when it was all said and done.

Tonight’s eviction episode kicked off with footage of what took place in the Big Brother season 21 house after Jackson decided not to use his veto at the last POV (Power Of Veto) ceremony.

Holly definitely told the private cams aka the Diary Room that she wanted Nick out this week. “This is the second time I’ve fired a shot at him, and I don’t want to miss.”

Nicole revealed that she was on a different page. She wanted to keep Nick around. Tommy said he wants to definitely roll with his partner Christie until the very end. Jessica said, “Nick is a snake, and I want him out.”

They showed footage of Tommy telling Nick, “I made a promise to vote for Christie. So, I have to vote you out.” Nick was crushed.

Later, Nicole was seen telling Nick, “There must be more to Christie and Tommy because this doesn’t make sense.” Nicole went to work to campaign for Nick to Holly. Nicole tried to plant seeds in Holly’s head that there’s more to Tommy and Christie that they’re not seeing.

Next, they showed clown prank footage that production played on the houseguests. Nicole was the most frightened and they really spooked her good.

After that, they showed Nick’s campaign to Holly and Jackson. He told them, “I will work for you by being a target. Plus, I will never put you up. Christie will jump ship on you guys so quick when her back is against the wall.”

Next, they showed jury house footage. Jack was all by his lonesome. Then Kathryn finally showed up to explain how she got evicted during Tommy’s HOH. Shortly after that, Analyse showed up and revealed how she got evicted during Jackson’s HOH.

After all of that, the two eviction nominees Nick and Christie gave their final plea speeches. Then the other houseguests casts their votes to evict.

No one voted to evict Christie. Jackson,Tommy,Nicole,Jessica and Nick all voted to evict Nick. So, by a unanimous vote of 5-0, Nick got evicted from the Big Brother season 21 house tonight.

Afterwards, he gave his exit interview to host Julie Chen Moonves. Nick told her he felt betrayed by Tommy when it came down to votes. He hopes Holly or Jackson wins because he respects their games the most.

Next, they showed the remaining houseguests playing for the new HOH (Head Of Household). The new HOH competition is named “Hold On Fright.”

This one is a pretty straight forward endurance comp that has the housguests holding on to the wall of a house for dear friggin life. The last one standing will be the new ruler of the house this week.

Since it is an endurance comp, it is lasting well beyond the time constraints of the LIVE show. So, we will have to report the winner of this comp later on when the winner is finally revealed.

Before the live show was over, the houseguests were seen getting hit with rain and flying ghosts balls that appeared to hurt them on impact. So, production is definitely making this comp way more difficult than just hanging on.

HOH Competition Update: We’ve just learned that Jackson did indeed win the HOH competition tonight. Everyone else was too damn weak to hold on. So now, Jackson and Holly are basically trading HOHs week after week.

Who will Jackson nominate? That’s the big question that now looms. It will get answered sometime tomorrow, August 30, 2019 when the nomination ceremony takes place. So, stay tuned for our report on that.

In tonight’s episode, host Julie Chen also revealed that next Thursday night’s LIVE eviction show will feature a special double eviction. After it’s all said and done, there will only be five houseguests left. So, that’s going to be a big episode.

How do you guys feel about Nick getting evicted out tonight and Jackson winning the new HOH for a 3rd time? Are you happy about it? Are you sad? Or do you just not care one way or the other? Let us know in the comments section.

The next, new Big Brother season 21 episode is scheduled to air this Sunday night, September 1, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on CBS.

We expect it to feature the HOH competition, the nomination ceremony, various conversation footage and more. So,be sure to tune in for that one if you want to see all that good stuff.

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3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Well it seems like nobody should watch it anymore if holly and Jackson are going to keep winning I’m so disappointed in it all the others need to step up let me go on the big brother this season of people are so weak and most are in shape like what’s going on do they not realize one winner quit skating by and play the game get Jackson out

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’m really disappointed that Jackson won. I do not like him as a person. Zingbot was correct. It’s ridiculous that he and Holly just keep winning every other HOH. Not fun to watch with them controlling the game! I hope he doesn’t win!!

  3. Sean says:

    I love it. If others want to stop the power grab from Jackson and Holly they need to step up and take the power. They’re weak and can’t win. That’s not Jackson’s fault. He has won HOH two of the last 3 week, veto as well.

    Want to be the man, beat the man !!

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