‘Big Brother 25’ Episode 32 Recap: Who Were The 2 Veto Winners On October 17?


Heading into the Comic-Week’s Power of Veto competition, the Top 8 players learned there would be two Veto medallions up for grabs. The two nominees, Felicia Cannon and Blue Kim, vowed to play their hardest to try to win safety, while the Invisible Head of Household, Jag Bains, wanted the noms to stay the same so that Blue could be evicted. But anything could happen in the “Big Brother 25″ house, especially with two Veto winners yet to be crowned.

Below, read our minute-by-minute “Big Brother” Season 25, Episode 32 recap/live blog to find out what happened Tuesday, October 17 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. Then be sure to sound off in the comment section about your favorite “BB25″ houseguests on CBS‘s reality TV show, who annoys you the most and who you think will ultimately join the “Big Brother” winners list. Julie Chen Moonves once again hosts the guilty pleasure series.

Here are the eight houseguests still in the running to win the $750,000 grand prize: America Lopez, Blue Kim, Bowie Jane, Cory Wurtenberger, Felicia Cannon, Jag Bains, Matt Klotz and Cirie Fields. The jury currently includes one person: Cameron Hardin.

8:00 p.m. – “Previously on ‘Big Brother’!” In the 31st episode, the houseguests reacted to the news that Comic-Week would deliver an Invisible HOH. All of the players (aside from outgoing HOH Bowie) competed in the classic “BB Comics” challenge, with Jag pulling out a victory with his super quick time of 8 minutes and 30 seconds. He eventually told Matt, Cory and America the truth, but only after he hinted to them he suspected Blue was the actual winner. Awkward. Later, Jag secretly nominated Felicia and Blue for eviction, but with two Veto medallions on the line, it’s still anyone’s game. Let’s go!

8:03 p.m. – Jag’s decision to not go after America and Cory with his nominations is because then it would expose him and Matt as the only duo left in the game, so his goal at this point is to leave his nominations of Felicia and Blue as-is through the end of the week.

8:06 p.m. – The nominations were music to Cory’s ears because it meant that Jag was taking the shot at their fifth alliance member Blue instead of him. His plan was to let Blue go this week so that he could win next week and go for Jag and Matt. As the two guys discussed taking Blue out, Felicia caught wind of a thought and approached them in the hammock to ask them straight-up if she’s the target or Blue. In her confrontation, Felicia noticed that Cory’s behavior didn’t change, but Jag got quiet and his demeanor changed, telling her that Jag is probably the Invisible HOH.

8:09 p.m. – Like Cory, America was happy that Jag wasn’t coming after her and Cory, but she didn’t like the idea of Blue getting taken out because she needs allies in the house if and when Cory is evicted. Because of that, America goes to Blue with the information that Jag is the Invisible HOH hoping that it would turn her against Jag and Matt instead of targeting Cory. Unfortunately for America, Blue was not trusting of what she was selling, despite it being true.

8:15 p.m. – The sound of the Comic-verse transmission alerted the houseguests of the BB Power of Multiplicity, a power that multiplied the number of players in the Veto Competition from six to 8, as well as the amount of POVs available to win this week. With back-to-back competitions, two houseguests would win a POV for the chance to potentially save and replace two of the nominees.

8:18 p.m. – With news of the double comps, Blue wanted to touch base with Matt in order to stay on side with them in the chance that he or Jag wins the POVs. She told him that America tried to recruit her to their side by throwing Matt and Jag under the bus. That was even more ammunition for Matt against America and Cory, pushing him to further consider if it was finally time for him and Jag to draw the line in the sand. Blue said that best case scenario would be that she and one of Matt or Jag win the two POVs so that she can take herself down and they can use the other to nominate both America and Cory through the backdoor. When Jag found out about America and Cory throwing him under the bus, he also started to reconsider his true target for the week.

8:25 p.m. – For the first comp, each player had to st and on a small disc tethered to a rope and become the last one still swinging as they were battered with distractions throughout. Right away Felicia was certain she wouldn’t last and so she fell after just three minutes on the swing. Next to fall after seven minutes was Bowie, followed by Cirie at 11 minutes, Cory at 14 minutes, Matt at 16 minutes, and then America when she threw it to Blue or Jag at 22 minutes. With just one more to drop, Blue knew she had to win to save herself and Jag felt like he needed to keep his invisibility secret by preventing Blue from winning.


8:40 p.m. – After 43 minutes, both Jag and Blue were still taking spins on the disc swing, but then more than an hour later at the 2:06 mark, Blue’s body gave out and she fell, leaving the first POV in the hands of the Invisible HOH.

8:44 p.m. – For the second comp, the players had to take a guess at how long Jag would be able to fly around in a dead hang with the closest winning the other POV. But there was a punishment for the two players that guessed times farthest from the actual result. For Jag’s benefit, he’d win $500 for every 15 seconds he remains in the hang. After 110 seconds, Jag fell and earned himself $3500. To determine the second POV winner, we peeked at the houseguest’s guesses at his time with Blue getting closest by a margin of less than five seconds. The two players with the worst guesses were Felicia and Cirie, earning themselves a punishment. Felicia got solitary confinement for 24 hours. Cirie got a “quick-change” requiring her to test out new super hero suits throughout the week.

8:56 p.m. – Following the comps, Jag met with Matt to decide how they’ll go about getting one of America or Cory out this week. The decision was in Jag’s hands about whether or not he uses his POV to save Felicia since it’s already clear Blue would use hers to save herself. Blue coming off the block also meant that he’d have to come clean to her about being the Invisible HOH.

8:58 p.m. – When Felicia was put in the Comic Room to suffer her solitary punishment, she quickly realized that isolation from everyone else wasn’t as pleasant as she imagined it would be. By three hours she was already bored by the conversation she was having with herself and missing the opportunity she needed to convince Jag to take her off the block. Meanwhile, Cirie was being tasked with testing out her new superhero suit by rolling on the grass, standing on one leg for 30 minutes, drenching herself in the outdoor shower, and guessing which products the houseguests hid under a covered plate.

9:03 p.m. – Jag told Cory that when Blue comes off the block he’d put Cirie up as the replacement and the house will send Felicia home. When Cory left, Jag told Matt that his true plan will be to use his own POV as well so that he can nominate both Cory and America together in order to ensure that one of them goes home and to prevent them from turning on them first next week.

9:08 p.m. – After deep cleaning the entire bedroom, Felicia was finally released from her solitary confinement and got to rejoin the house with enough time to make her pitch for safety. Wanting to minimize the fallout of being revealed as the Invisible HOH, Jag opened up to the houseguests on an individual basis, including Felicia who he told he’d use the POV on in order to put Cory and America on the block together.

9:11 p.m. – Jag’s trickiest conversation was with Blue, but he had a plan to tell her that Cory and America “poisoned” him against her. He said that he thought he could trust them, but they’d been saying things about Blue coming for Matt and Jag. He apologized to her for not making a different decision with his original noms and then told her that he’s going to use his POV as well in order to put them both up. Blue immediately forgave Jag and ecstatically hugged him with a “let’s f-ing go!”

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