Big Brother 20: Bring back luxury competitions like clothes shopping spree from BB8

Big Brother 20: Bring back luxury competitions like clothes shopping spree from BB8. (Evel Dick and Daniele Donato Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
Big Brother 20: Bring back luxury competitions like clothes shopping spree from BB8. (Evel Dick and Daniele Donato Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images) /
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Big Brother 20 should bring back luxury competitions. A memorable one was the designer clothes shopping spree from BB8. It could certainly add some excitement to a future episode.

The whole idea behind Big Brother 20 has been to pay homage to past seasons of the show. Even though the BB20 cast is made up entirely of new houseguests, challenges have been hosted by former contestants. Jessica Graff and Cody Nickson returned to host a Power of Veto Competition in Week 3. Now, producers should take a hard look at some past luxury competitions. Big Brother 8 definitely had a memorable one, as the winners got to go on a shopping spree for designer clothes.

Luxury Competition flashback – Big Brother 8

With just seven people left in the BB8 cast, Head of Household Jessica got news that the houseguests would be participating in a Luxury Competition. She got to decide on the teams, which she made into a guys against girls event. On one side was Jessica Hughbanks, Amber Siyavus, Daniele Donato, and Jameka Cameron. The other team was Evel Dick Donato, Zach Swerdzuski, and Eric Stein. Yes, that’s the father-daughter duo of Evel Dick and Daniele.

The reward for winning the Luxury Competition in the backyard was a two-minute shopping spree. The ladies won it easily and Jessica told them the rules of the shopping spree. Racks and racks of designer clothes were brought in the BB8 house and the ladies were allowed to keep as much as they could wear out of the competition within two minutes.

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Big Brother 20 possible Luxury Competition

Scottie Salton did win a trip to Greece for winning the Mamma Mia Veto Competition, but producers of the show could certainly try one of the older ideas. As seen in the video below, the Big Brother 15 cast got to compete in a Luxury Competition for $10,000.

Other seasons have had exclusive screenings of movies like Four Brothers and The Ugly Truth,  a hide-and-seek challenge with the reward being $10,000, and even rewards that included being able to leave the house and attend a concert or MTV awards show.

The return of a Luxury Competition would be a lot of fun, even if it was only done on the CBS live feeds. That could be a nice reward for subscribers. As for the Luxury Competition from Big Brother 8, that can still be viewed on the August 26 episode from that year, which is still available through the CBS All Access page.

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Big Brother 20 airs Sundays (8/7c), Wednesday (8/7c), and Thursdays (9/8c).