Big Brother 21: Nick Maccarone’s worst moves

Nick Maccarone, houseguest on the CBS series BIG BROTHER, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Nick Maccarone, houseguest on the CBS series BIG BROTHER, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /
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Now that Big Brother until next year, it’s time to take a look back at the season that was. Earlier, we took a look at the cast’s best moves. Now we are reflecting on the cast of Big Brother 21’s worst moves. The next person we will look at is Nick Maccarone.

Nick Maccarone was the fourth member of the jury in Big Brother 21. Nick was known for his gameplay as well as his showmance with Isabella “Bella” Wang. He then betrayed Bella by getting into “jury-mance” with Kathryn “Kat” Dunn.

Nick started off Big Brother 21 strong, he formed part of the Gr8ful alliance. He also found himself in a showmance with Bella. Towards the end of week 2, the Gr8ful alliance started turning on Nick and Bella.

However, Nick won HOH in week 3 to keep him and Bella safe for another week. He nominated Cliff Hogg III and Jessica Milagros for eviction, with the intention of evicting Cliff.

Later that week, after Bella brought word of the Gr8ful alliance wanting to turn on Nick and Bella, Nick became one of the main players who bullied Nicole after Gr8ful denied Nicole’s theory. Later in the week, Nick named Nicole the replacement nominee after Kathryn “Kat” Dunn won the Power of Veto and used it on Jessica Milagros.

However, things didn’t go according to plan for Nick. The Gr8ful alliance did indeed turn on Nick and Bella and Cliff was evicted in a 6-4 vote. Then, Cliff returned to the game after winning the Camp Comeback Competition.

Cliff nominated Jack Matthews and Jackson Michie for eviction. Michie then won the Power of Veto to save himself. Needing a replacement nominee, Cliff made a deal with Christie Murphy to avoid making Christie using her Panic Power against him. As a result, Nick’s showmance Bella was named the replacement nominee. Bella was evicted in an 8-2 vote.

In week 5, Nick lost another close ally in Sam Smith. Nick had been nominated alongside Sam and was the target himself. However, Nick won the Power of Veto to stay alive. Kat was named the replacement nominee. Sam was evicted in a 9-0 vote after the vote almost flipped to save him.

Nick managed to stay safe for the next two weeks after Sam’s eviction. However, the infamous Taco Tuesday fight put a big target on his back. The house kept Christie over Analyse Talavera to go after Nick.

In week 9, Nick caught a break when he won the title of America’s Prankster. This allowed him to secretly name the second nominee in place of the HOH. Holly nominated Nick for eviction and Nick nominated Christie. Michie won the Power of Veto and chose not to use it. Unfortunately for Nick, his plan to nominate Christie backfired and he was evicted in a 5-0 vote.

Nick’s worst moves of Big Brother 21

Nick had one bad move on Big Brother 21. His first bad move was starting the Taco Tuesday fight with Christie. All that did was make him look bad and expose him for being untrustworthy to the rest of the house. This fight ended up allowing Christie to stay that week and put a huge target on Nick’s back the following week.

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What do you think Nick’s worst moves of Big Brother 21 were if he had any bad moves? Comment below.