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The best show on American TV,Big Brother!!! Lets talk about all things Head of Household competition, who has the most, the least and facts from top HOH winner himself, Hayden Moss!!!
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Cody from the current season (19) already has a record, he nominated 5 houseguests in one reign.
1st- Jillian (went home)
2nd- Megan (self-eviction)
3rd- Alex (won POV)
4th- Paul (Safe for 3 evictions)
5th- Christmas (stays in the house)
interesting don't you think?
Wasn't Dr. Will Kirby one of the people that got evicted without being nominated by the HOH. I'm pretty sure he went out 4th in big brother all stars during his fellow Mike Boogie's HOH. If I recall correctly he then went on to flip the jury house into voting for Mike and making him the winner of BB All Stars. I believe the final 4 was also the two Chill Town members and their two showmances. Also, who do you think is a better BB player, Dr. Will Kirby, or Derrick Levasseur?
Which would you say has a bigger chance of ruining your game after winning it, HoH or PoV? On one side, you can get a lot of blood on your hands with HoH, and could cause a pawn to go by accident, but with PoV you could save someone and make a friend, but if you do then the other nominee could get mad and the HoH could dislike you for making them renom, getting more blood on them. And if you don't use it both nominees could get mad. Personally, I'd say PoV, but only if you won it and you're not HoH or a nom.
Nick just found your videos, they are hilarious! Love the production and your facials are so funny!
Could you do some Nickipedia videos about BB Can and the current season? Or perhaps an overview of it once the season is over?
The other two times were because of Jeff Schroeder and matt from seasons eleven and twelve because of the coup'de ta and the diamond power of veto the people that were mister pectacular aka Jesse cause of Jeff in eleven and Kathy went home because of Matt in season twelve aka Hayden Moss's season when he won
Really impressed with the quality of your videos man both production wise and acting wise. Youre pretty funny, the begining when you say nickopedia reminds me of eddie murphy lol. PS I graduated from Ohio State. Buckeyes representing!
Nice video Nick, How about a survivor fact video?
Also I would love to see you return in a "second chance" type season where pre-jurors return, as there are so many great players who never truly got to play. (You being one of them)
Oh, Nick... it really is too bad you went home week 2... But you should have told Ellisa what she wanted to hear. We were all yelling, "TELL HER YOU'D KEEP HER! TELL HER YOU'RE ON HER SIDE!" All we can hope is you might get another chance someday. And be sure to bring a blue hat. ;)
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ily so much. And, I think that you should do the worst big brother strategies, the most fit big brother contestants, and/or the the stongest contestants (mentally) in BB history.
Heck yeah it would be! I feel like you had such potential to seriously make a huge impact on your season. I thought you were going all the way, however superstitions got the best of people and it ousted you sadly. So we can only hope :)
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