Sunday's episode of Big Brother was filled with twists and turns as Christie made her nominations.
But what happened after that?
Thanks to the Big Brother Live Feeds, we already have the answers, and we think it's fair to say that things are about to go down.
You have been spoiler warned, Big Brother Fanatics!
When we left the houseguests on Sunday's installment, Kathryn and Cliff were on the block, and Kemi was seen as a possible backdoor option.
Ovi was also rubbing the houseguests the wrong way. They think he's too nice, and that he's creating alliances because he's paranoid.
What his fellow houseguests don't know, however, is that Ovi has a secret power that can save the two people on the block, forcing the HOH to make more nominations.
More interesting, it is completely anonymous, meaning that Ovi could have used his power to switch things up.
At the veto competition, Sam emerged with the win, and it seemed like the plan to backdoor Kemi and send her out of the house on Wednesday was locked in.
Christie started having doubts about the plan, seemingly after a DR session, which made several fans think the producers were going out of their way to keep Kemi in.
In any case, the veto meeting came and went, and Sam used the POV on Cliff.
This meant Christie had to nominate someone else. In a surprising move, she went with Ovi instead of Kemi.
There's been much speculation about whether Ovi can use his power to save himself and Kathryn from eviction, but the rules clearly state that the power is for after the nominations ceremony.
This means that once the veto ceremony happens, it cannot be used for the rest of that particular week.
But it can be used after the first six nomination ceremonies. It's hard to imagine Ovi remaining in the game after this week, so it seems like the power will go to waste.
Kathryn's paranoia was the reason for her trip to the block, and unless she completely self-destructs to the point that she forces people to vote her out, she will probably survive the week.
There's no telling whether the person evicted this week will even be sent home. Julie teased on part two of the season premiere that David was not out of the house completely.
This could mean that a pre-jury battle back could be on the horizon.
Alas, we'll keep you up to speed on any changes as they occur.
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Big Brother continues Tuesday at 8/7c.
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