Big Brother 20: New Have-Nots selected for the week

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Big Brother 20 has new people as the Have-Nots during Week 10 of the competition. Tyler Crispen is the new Head of Household, after winning the HOH Endurance Challenge, but he didn’t get to pick the Have-Nots this time around.

The latest HOH Competition came in to play when deciding who would become the Big Brother 20 Have-Nots for the week. Rather than having the Head of Household decide things, production assigned the three Have-Nots for the rest of the week. It’s going to be the three people who fell first during the HOH Competition, meaning Angela Rummans is going to get a pass this time around.

Week 10 Have-Nots

The three houseguests going through the punishments this week are Scottie Salton, JC Mounduix, and Sam Bledsoe. This seems like a fair way to do things, as Scottie, JC, and Sam didn’t do very well in the Endurance Challenge. Still, it gives the impression of favoritism toward the Level Six alliance, as none of the members have to deal with the punishments this week.

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The punishments haven’t changed this season. The four Have-Nots will still have to take cold showers, sleep in the uncomfortable Have-Not Room, and eat slop for their meals. It’s a tough punishment to go through when you are on the block, which is what Scottie Salton has had to deal with after winning the Jury Battle Back Competition. At least Pop TV provides some treats during the late-night hours that the Have-Nots can usually enjoy.

The Level Six alliance has already set the eviction target order for any readers wanting to learn about those Big Brother 20 spoilers. It sets the stage for the next few eviction ceremonies, provided Tyler Crispen, Angela Rummans, Kaycee Clark, or Brett Robinson continue to keep the group in power. It should make for great television when one of them finally decides it is time to break off from the alliance. Or can the quartet survive all the way to the final four houseguests?

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The next episode of the show comes on Wednesday night (September 5). That Big Brother 20 start time is 8/7c on CBS and will show who won the Power of Veto and if they used that power.