Fuskie Posted February 19, 2022 Share Posted February 19, 2022 Carson and Cynthia - they had the power, then they turned on one of their own, and then made a deal with their rivals that went nowhere. Now, their only hope rests in the Golden PoV. Welcome to CBB! Previously on CBB, with a promise to take out their ex-ally Shanna, Carson & Cynthia made a deal with their adversaries, Todrick & Miesha. After Todrick won the Veto and saved the Sitcom star, Carson put up his former friend, and it sealed her fate. With the HoH back on the menu, Todd gulped up his first win of the season, and he had the honor of doling out a punishment, turning Lamar & Todrick into a human hojito. Although Carson & Cynthia were the obvious targets, Todd wanted to put up a pawn. After Carson & Cynthia learned they weren't both going up on the block, there was a ray of hope they both could stay. At the nomination ceremony, the emmy winner and the NBA Champion hit the block. Tonight, a make-or-break PoV will be played. Will it save one of the nominees? And another celebrity will be evicted. Plus, Hollywood star and BB Super Fan Jerry O'Connell gives insights on the season. All this, right now, on CBB! Good evening, I'm JCM. Welcome to CBB! It has been a week of surprises inside the CBB House. First, Todd threw a monkey wrench into Carson & Cynthia's plan by winning HoH. But, he gave them a glimmer of hope when he didn't put both on the block. But tonight, everything hinges on who wins the Veto. If Cynthia can win it, she will no doubt save Carson, leaving the duo in place to fight another day. So, who will win the Golden PoV? And who will come up short winning the $250k grand prize? We'll find out tonight. But first, some are trying to save their game while others are looking to win it. After the nom ceremony, Carson says it's like deja vu around here. Todd tells us Carson was nom because he won HoH and Veto and is a big threat. Getting him out makes his own chances better. Todd says Lamar is a pawn because he and Lamar are an alliance with Todrick & Miesha. The plan is to win Veto, keep noms the same, and vote Carson out. Carson says this is my 3rd time nominated. I must be a terrible HG, they are all trying to get rid of me! Carson adds there's a possibility he could survive eviction if Cynthia wins the Veto and takes him down. We would both then be safe. We're kind of like in an outlet mall - it's not amazing, but it's OK. Lamar says it's only the 3rd quarter and I have a competitive fire. As long as there's time on the clock, Lamar says, there's time for me to win. Miesha says our plan from the beginning was to pick off the opposition 1 by 1 and now it's down to Carson & Cynthia. You're a great guy, Carson, but after we win Veto, you're going home. Cynthia says Carson on the block is my worst nightmare (mine would be being on the block myself). I can't even imagine being in the house without Carson. However, I am surprised my face isn't up there with him. What are they up to? In the SR, Todd tells Cynthia this is so hard, he likes everyone and wanted to play fair and not stab anybody. She and Carson appreciate that. They agree Carson is a great guy. But he's good at everything too. Cynthia unenthusiastically humors Todd's explanation. Todd tells us he didn't nom Cynthia because he may need her later, and if he does her a favor now, maybe she'll do him a favor later with a jury vote if I get there. But if Carson wins Veto, I'm going to have to put Cynthia up in his place. In the WA, Todrick tells Lamar and Miesha the universe worked in their favor. I love Carson, Todrick says, but I'm happy he's on the block. This is the 3rd time, and I'm hoping our side can maintain power and get him out of the house. Hopefully he has no more tricks. Todd comes into the WA and exclaims we cannot lose the veto! Let's win! Miesha, Lamar and Todrick barely react to the pep talk. As they say in the Laker locker room, Lamar quotes after Todd leaves, 18 championships up. Teamwork makes the dream work, Miesha mutters. In the gym, Cynthia tells Carson considering the goings ons, we made it pretty far without begging, groveling, campaigning. Relatively unscathed, Carson agrees, it's a strength and a weakness, but there's no way he'd rather do it. Zero regrets. Carson tells us he and Cynthia are proud they played the game with integrity but we've had to fight tooth and nail to stay in there. Luckily, their teeth and nails look great, so what's one more Veto win? Come on Cynthia! Carson tells Cynthia he's shocked Todd didn't put the two of them up. Are we missing something? There must be a reason, Cynthia says, but she doesn't know what. This is the clean house part. Everyone understands the assignment, put them both up, knock them both off... Cynthia tells Carson she's trying to figure out the reason for this little sliver of hope they have been given. She tells us this is the end game. If she wins PoV, she takes her boy Carson off and save herself, and that would force Todd to nom someone else, like Miesha. Then, Cynthia observes, Carson and I could decide who goes home. It all comes down to winning the Veto. Put up, shut up or pack up. Do or die, Carson tells Cynthia. Up next, it is time for all 6 HG to face off for the Golden PoV. Can Carson or Cynthia win this do or die comp? Plus, I'll be joined by film/TV star/co-host of The Talk Jerry O'Connell, who happens to be one of the biggest BB fans around. Here his thoughts on the season. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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