Big Brother September 19, 2019 Evicted Cliff Hogg (Recap)

Big Brother September 19, 2019 Evicted Cliff Hogg (Recap)

Hey, fellow “Big Brother” fans. Tonight, September 19, 2019, the final 4 LIVE eviction show did indeed air, and another unlucky houseguest was sent packing, leaving just our final 3 for this season!

Tonight’s LIVE eviction show kicked off with footage of what took place in the house after Jackson won the Power Of Veto competition. Jackson was seen telling Nicole that he’s definitely taking Holly to the final three.

Nicole was visibly upset because she was hoping that his impossible deal with Cliff was possible.

Jackson went to talk to Nicole alone to give her the dose of reality that she needed. He tried to sell to Nicole that he was forced to lie when she and Cliff started considering keeping Tommy over Holly last week.

Nicole wasn’t buying it, and she totally felt stupid for taking a showmance into the final 3. Jackson asked Nicole not to tell Cliff, but she wasn’t having that. She immediately ran back and told Cliff that Jackson is getting rid of him.

Cliff refused to accept his fate, claiming he will keep fighting to stay and so on and so forth. Cliff said he was gonna go talk to Jackson, but there wasn’t anything Cliff could say. This was the plan all along. Cliff was just too stupid to realize it.

Next, they showed jury house footage. Analyse said she and Jack’s relationship has gotten stronger in the jury house. They showed footage of Nick showing up. Then they showed footage of Jessica showing up. Jessica brought dvds of her eviction. So, everyone watched them.

It was revealed that Nick and Katherine formed a showmance in the jury house. So, it’s definitely over between him and Bella now. I mean we already heard that Bella broke up with him outside of the house. It turns out she made the right decision.

Anyways, Christie showed up to the jury house next. Nick immediately expressed how butt-hurt he was about how Christie blew up his game in the house. Nick had nothing but bad things to say about Christie.

Geez, for being someone who specializes in mental health, Nick sure seemed to have one hell of a problem letting go of the drama that took place in the house.

After all of that, everyone watched Christie’s eviction dvds. Finally, they showed Tommy’s arrival into the jury house. Tommy told Christie that he told the remaining houseguests they knew each other before entering the house. So, they decided to just go ahead and tell the jury house people.

They were all shocked, and Nick expressed that he was butt-hurt about Tommy saving Christie over him. Nick really has issues letting go of things. It seemed like he was still trying to play Big Brother. He started up more fights with Christie. It was really intense.

They eventually watched Tommy’s dvds. The dvds showed how Jackson played Nicole and Cliff into voting Tommy out. The dvds also showed Nicole coming on strong and winning all these final competitions.

After the jury house footage, they got back to showing Cliff confronting Jackson about his plans to vote him out. Cliff’s last ditch effort turned out to be a threat to campaign the jury house into voting against Jackson in a final two situation.

Jackson revealed to the private cams aka The Diary Room that he was really pissed off about that.

Next, they showed the LIVE POV (Power Of Veto) ceremony. Jackson, not surprisingly, used the veto to take himself off the eviction chopping block. So, Cliff had to replace him since he was the only other houseguest who could.

Then the two eviction nominees Holly and Cliff gave their final plea speeches. After that, Jackson casts the only vote to evict, and it was indeed Cliff like we all expected. So, Cliff got evicted from the Big Brother season 21 house for the last and final time tonight.

Afterwards, Cliff gave his exit interview to host Julie Chen Moonves. During it, Cliff admitted to being gullible and getting played by Jackson. What else could he do, right? It was too obvious at this point.

Anyways, after all of that, Julie revealed that all the footage of the final, three-part HOH (Head Of Household) competition will be aired in its entirety during this Sunday’s September 22, 2019 episode.

It’s scheduled to air at 7 pm central standard time. So, be sure to tune in for that one if you want to see all of the three-part HOH drama.

Julie also revealed that the Big Brother season 21 finale episode is scheduled to air on Wednesday night, September 25, 2019. That’s right,guys. This season will finally be over by next Wednesday night.

The finale episode is scheduled to start at approximately 8:30 pm central standard time on CBS right after the Survivor season 39 premiere. The Big Brother season 21 finale episode is scheduled to last for an hour and a half. So, it will be over at 10 pm central standard time that night. Be sure to prep for that.

A new season 22 has been officially announced by CBS. So, that is terrific news. Now all they need to do is fire everyone who was responsible for casting season 21, and we’ll be all good.

Alright guys. How do you feel about Cliff finally getting evicted from season 21 tonight? 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.

We expect the three part HOH competition to start tonight with round 1. So, be sure to look out for our report on that.

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