It was the second eviction episode of the week, and it was, of course, the best one.
The reason? We got to catch up with the jury house, and it proved that Raven Walton was the deluded chick we already thought she was.
When we picked up with the jury house, Mark and Elena seemed closer than ever, while Paul questioned whether he could “bust out” because he was sick of it.
Enter Matt, who was left on the block with Raven a few weeks back and decided to throw his game to her because of the multitude of crap she’s been through in her life.
He may go down as the dumbest person to ever walk the halls of the Big Brother house, but his girlfriend will go down as the most deluded person to play the game.
Jason followed Matt in the door, and he was livid with Alex. He watched the eviction video back and trashed his former ride-or-die, noting that she played him.
Then, Raven appeared and revealed Alex knew nothing and that she, herself, was in an alliance with Paul and that they were the most powerful people in the game.
Everyone laughed at her because the whole house had a deal with Paul, so the very notion that she had any power was too much to handle for the players.
When Alex entered the house, Jason asked Alex if Raven had any power and that set off one of the biggest fights of the entire series.
Raven kept trying to say she was one of few with power, and the rest of the players essentially laughed at her. Yes, Raven is going to find herself in some hot water when she gets out.
Back in the main house, Paul nominated Josh and Kevin for eviction. Kevin asked Paul if he was safe and Paul continued to play him.
When it came to the veto, Paul secured another win and kept the nominations the same. That meant Christmas was the one to decide who would make it to final three with her and Paul.
Christmas decided to keep her word and sent Kevin out of the game, meaning she, Paul and Josh had made it all the way to the end.
Kevin had a classy exit and noted that they were all still welcome at his home for Thanksgiving, so at least there were no hard feelings.
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