The Battle of the Block hasn't been very competitive on Big Brother 16
In week 1, Paola's general lack of ability lost it for her team. And in
weeks 2 and 3, Paola and Caleb threw it. So maybe the fourth week will
actually have a real competition.SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 16 spoilers.
Cody and Frankie won the HoH competition
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. Cody nominated Brittany and Victoria while Frankie nominated Amber and Jocasta
.Amber and Jocasta won the Battle of the Block!
For the second time this season, Frankie has been dethroned as HoH. Now Cody is the permanent HoH, with Brittany and Victoria on the block. Brittany is definitely the target, so she's going to need to win the Power of Veto (or hope that maybe Amber, Donny or Jocasta could win it and use it to save her).
If either of the nominees comes off the block, Donny is the likeliest candidate to be nominated and might even get evicted. There's been talk about backdooring him, even from his fellow Team America members Frankie and Derrick.
Following the nominations, it seems like the girls finally started to get a clue, realizing that the guys are working together and will continue to pick them off one-by-one. This week seems to be bringing Amber and Brittany closer together, along with Jocasta. However, it's going to take more than complaining about how unfair it all is for them to survive, they need to win HoH and nominate the guys.
The guys, however, don't even seem to care. They know these nominations look kind of sketchy, but they are so solid and tight, and they assume people like Brittany, Jocasta and Victoria will never win an HoH, that it hardly seems to matter.
Amber is now two-for-two in BotB competitions. Jocasta and Victoria each have one win and one loss, while Brittany has lost two out of three times. If you count HoH, PoV and BotB, Zach and Christine are the only remaining HGs who haven't won anything while Donny and Amber are now tied with three wins each.(Image courtesy of CBS)