Big Brother 22 — Week 5 Veto Ceremony Results

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 7, 2020

Hi y’all!

Well, all of that Tyler drama turned out to be for nothing. Last night, Tyler swore up and down that he was going to beg Christmas to use the veto and put him up as a replacement but today, at the veto meeting, Christmas did not use the veto and she kept the nominations the same.

Needless to say, Da’Vonne and Bayleigh are not happy right now. They both feel that Tyler lied to them, largely to try to make himself look good to the people watching the live feeds. Tyler, for his part, earlier told David that Christmas talked him out of going on the block. Tyler says that he was under the mistaken impression that it was somehow his fault that Da’Vonne and Bayleigh were nominated but Christmas explained to him that it was actually Dani’s idea to nominate them.

However, last night, Tyler didn’t say that he felt like he was responsible for Bayleigh and Da’Vonne being nominated. He said that he missed Angela and he didn’t really care about being in the game. So, was Tyler lying last night or is he lying now or is he just really bad at explaining himself?

Kevin, Da’Vonne, and Bayleigh all think that Tyler was basically just flat out lying the entire time. So, Tyler has managed to make at least three enemies for no good reason. It’s true that one of them — probably Bayleigh — will be leaving on Thursday but if Da’Vonne or Kevin wins the HoH, Tyler has to be aware that he’ll be targeted.

(Of course, another theory, which is currently circulating online, is that production put Tyler up to it because otherwise, Wednesday’s veto episode wouldn’t have any drama. I’m not saying I believe that theory but there are definitely quite a few people out there who do.)

So, what was Tyler thinking? I guess we’ll have to wait until Wednesday to see what he had to say about it in the Diary Room.

Lisa Marie

P.S. Give some credit to David! He still has not revealed that he has the third power and no one in the House suspects that he does. Now whether or not David will make good use of that power is anyone’s guess.

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