Big Brother, which began in 2000, has become an annual tradition for fans; every summer they are treated to new houseguests, new challenges, and new evictions! Here's how the game works: each week, there is a Head of Household challenge, where all of the players compete for the power in the house. The HoH then nominates two other houseguests for eviction. Several days later, a Power of Veto competition is held, where six players (the HoH, the nominees, and three guests) attempt to win the Golden Power of Veto, which gives the bearer the power to "veto," or cancel, one of the HoH's nominations, forcing the HoH to nominate someone else (other than the Veto bearer) for eviction. Then, in the weekly live eviction, the houseguests vote to send someone out of the house for good. Along the way are Luxury competitions and Food contests (which, if the houseguests do not win, results in Slop for the week), all leading up to the show's finale, where a panel of sequestered jurors vote for a winner, who receives half a million dollars!
Eight houseguests prepare to live in the Big Brother house.
Some vow to evict their exes while others form "secret alliances."
HOH Nathan makes nominations for the first eviction. Who will it be?
Amanda and Jee must rely on both strategy and the Power of Veto to secure their places in the House another week.
The tumultuous first nine days are recapped as the HouseMates determine who should leave: Amanda or Jee.
Jee's HoH status makes the "Elite Seven" nervous and alliances are tested as strategies are revealed.
Michelle and Erika are both upset over their nominations for eviction.
Jee and Jun seem to form a secret alliance discussing strategy in Korean when the coast is clear and arguing when there is an audience present.
Dana weighs her options between her original alliance or joining the "Dream Team."
Now that Dana's nominations have drawn a clear line in the alliances, everyone's focus shifts to strategy.
After the Power of Veto meeting, Dana feels guilt over Dave's nomination.
After a dramatic shift in power, Alison settles into her position as new Head of Household and prepares for the nominations.
Alison's nominations have everyone talking, and many of her own allies disagree with her decision.
Convinced that she has three votes in her favor, Dana sets out to secure a fourth.
Robert, Justin and Jee-- hold the power in the House, and they're not afraid to flaunt it.
The HouseGuests compete in a game of strategy to win the Power of Veto.
Despite all the different strategies, deals and alliances, it is clear that one group controls the game.
Later in the eviction night, a live vote will happen.
Jun makes the unexpected move of approaching Alison in attempts to from some kind of alliance.
After days of power and control, the Three Stooges are faced with an impossible situation.
The Three Stooges lose an important member.
The remaining members of the Three Stooges make a comeback. And later a twist is thrown into the game.
The remaining women in the house make a secret pact to stay in the game.
The Stooges recognize the new woman alliance as a threat.
The girl alliance begins to break.
Alison uses her Power of Veto to tear the Dream Team apart.
Robert, the final member of the Dream Team, fights off the girl alliance.
Alliances tear apart as Robert sets up the final three.
Allison must choose one of her two allies to put up for eviction.
The race for HoH has never been more intense.
Robert is evicted. Jun and Allison are the final two members in the Big Brother house.
The jury reminisces over the past couple months in the Big Brother house.