Big Brother 20 July 25 Episode Preview: No spoilers, it’s time for some drama

Who goes home on Big Brother tonight, Big Brother 20 start time. (Haleigh Broucher and Faysal Shafaat Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS)
Who goes home on Big Brother tonight, Big Brother 20 start time. (Haleigh Broucher and Faysal Shafaat Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS) /

Big Brother 20 returns on July 25 with the weekly Power of Veto episode. The Week 4 action will end up leading right into the latest Eviction Ceremony, which takes place on Thursday night (July 26).

As a quick recap, on the July 22 episode, the Endurance Competition results were finally shown to the CBS audience. Sam Bledsoe became the new Head of Household and was tasked with nominating two people for eviction. She went for some easier targets, placing Kaitlyn Herman and Haleigh Broucher on the block. It became a tough week for Faysal Shafaat, as these are the two women he has spent the most time with on Big Brother 20 this summer.

Week 4 Veto Competition

The Week 4 Veto Competition is an important one, as the Level Six alliance is pushing hard for the nominations to stay the name. Tyler Crispen, Rachel Swindler, Angela Rummans, Kaycee Clark, and Brett Robinson each wants to become the Power of Veto winner to make sure that either Haleigh or Kaitlyn goes home next. Meanwhile, the nominated ladies are hoping someone will come through and save them.

The latest Big Brother 20 Veto Ceremony

If the Power of Veto winner decides to save Haleigh or Kaitlyn from the block, then Sam will be forced to name a replacement nominee. It seems as though, she too, preferred that the nominations stayed the same, as it would mean “less blood on her hands” this week. She has more targets in the BB20 house, though, so it wasn’t like she would be put in that difficult of a position if the Power of Veto gets used.

Everything between the Veto Competition and the Veto Ceremony is where the drama from this episode will reside. A lot has happened on the CBS live feeds since the nominations took place on Friday (July 20). That includes more drama between Brett and Angela, a number of houseguests worrying about the BB20 jury, and plans for what to do in Week 5.

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Tune in at 8/7c for the July 25 episode of Big Brother 20 on CBS. For readers that want to get ahead of the episode, the Power of Veto winner already hosted the Week 4 Veto Ceremony. A previous report by Inside the BB House provides all the details from it.