Big Brother: The 6 most legendary moves of the 2010s: No. 6

Former Houseguest Tyler Crispen hosts the Veto Comp "Froggy Style" on BIG BROTHER will be broadcast Sunday, June 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) and Tuesday, July 2 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). The first live eviction airs Wednesday, July 3. As of Wednesday, July 10, the show moves to its regular schedule of Wednesdays (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), Thursdays, featuring the live evictions (9:00-10:00 PM, LIVE ET/Delayed PT) and Sundays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). Reserved Photo:best possible screengrab//CBS ©2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Former Houseguest Tyler Crispen hosts the Veto Comp "Froggy Style" on BIG BROTHER will be broadcast Sunday, June 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) and Tuesday, July 2 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). The first live eviction airs Wednesday, July 3. As of Wednesday, July 10, the show moves to its regular schedule of Wednesdays (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), Thursdays, featuring the live evictions (9:00-10:00 PM, LIVE ET/Delayed PT) and Sundays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). Reserved Photo:best possible screengrab//CBS ©2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /
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With the decade nearly over, we decided to take a look back at every season of Big Brother we had this decade. In our look back, we decided to rank our 6 most legendary moves of the decade.

With the 2010s nearly over, we decided to reflect on every season of Big Brother that took place this decade. We knew that several incredibly dumb moves had been made over the years. With this in mind, we decided to rank the 6 most legendary moves of the decade. This will include both the Celebrity and Over the Top versions of Big Brother. Number 6 on our countdown is Chris “Swaggy C” Williams getting backdoored.

No. 6: Swaggy C gets backdoored

To understand how we got to the point of Swaggy C being backdoored, we first have to go back to week 1 and understand just how big of a role Tyler Crispen and Kaitlyn Herman played in this move. This really is a move that changed the entire direction of Big Brother 20.

In week 1, Tyler Crispen was the HOH that week and formed an alliance known as Level 6 with Angela Rummans, Kaycee Clark, Brett Robinson, Winston Hines, and Rachel Swindler. Swaggy C had also formed an alliance with Kaitlyn, Haleigh Broucher, Faysal “Fessy” Shafaat, and Angela “Rockstar” Lantry. Swaggy Steve Arienta and Samantha “Sam” Bledsoe for eviction. Scottie and Steve had formed a tight bond, so naturally Scottie was going to vote with Swaggy’s side of the house. Swaggy C soon formed a showmance with Bayleigh Dayton, so it looked like Swaggy’s side of the house was going to have numbers on the vote.

However, Tyler had other plans. He wanted to blindside Steve to start taking out Swaggy’s alliance. Tyler was able to convince JC Monduix to flip his vote. Then, Kaitlyn saw how close Haleigh and Fessy were getting and started feeling uncomfortable about her position in the alliance. Tyler was then able to convince her to flip her vote and Steve was blindsided in a 7-6 vote.

Kaitlyn then won HOH in week 2. Swaggy’s alliance was completely unaware that Kaitlyn had flipped on them. So, to keep them in the dark, Kaitlyn nominated Scottie alongside Winston for eviction. Swaggy C’s alliance believed Winston was the target. Tyler won the POV that week and chose to use it on Scottie. Then, Swaggy C and his allies were in for a shock when Kaitlyn nominated Swaggy C. At the live eviction, Swaggy C was evicted 8-4.

This move turned out to be a pivotal one. As it was, FOUTTE (Swaggy’s alliance) was pretty inept but they at least had leadership. With Swaggy gone, they became even more inept and now were in the minority, numbers wise. Level 6 controlled the majority of the season with ease. The alliance only lost Winston and Rachel between Swaggy C’s eviction and the final 7.

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What move checks in at No. 5? Stay tuned to find out!