“Big Brother” Season 19 recently saw Paul Abrahamian becoming this week’s Head of Household (HOH).

Warning: This article contains spoilers from episodes of “Big Brother” Season 19 that have not yet aired. Read at your own risk!

After throwing comps for the past two weeks, the returning vet decided it was time to give it his all. And when he did, Paul secured the final three spot. He decided to put Josh Martinez and Kevin Schlehuber up for eviction, which was no surprise since the only other houseguest left in the house is Christmas Abbott.

Paul also won the Power of Veto (POV) and decided to keep the nominations. On Thursday, Christmas will be the only one who will cast a vote to evict in the Diary Room, and she will definitely vote Kevin out. If this happens, Kevin will be evicted, and Josh could secure a place in the final three with Christmas and Paul.

But since Paul has been very manipulative and strategic, he could also twist things a bit for the four of them. He could convince Christmas to vote Josh out instead of Kevin since he’s a stronger competitor and keeping him in the house could risk her and Paul’s chance at winning the $500,000 grand prize. Previously, Christmas vowed to not evict Josh, but she was concerned over his rogue behavior recently.

Keeping Kevin in the house will be more beneficial to Paul, since the dad-of-seven has not won anything and Paul thinks that he could win the jury’s votes over him. If Paul and Christmas end up in the final two, Paul could also win because Christmas has not participated in a lot of competitions due to her foot injury.

But actually becoming this season’s winner may not be Paul’s fate even if he makes it to final two. Evicted houseguest Jason Dent told US Weekly that he and the other contestants in the jury house have no plans to vote for Paul this season. After all, they are aware that he played everyone in the house and that he did so in order to win.

“Big Brother” Season 19 will return to CBS on Thursday at 9 p.m. EDT.

‘Big Brother’ Paul Abrahamian’s “Big Brother” Season 19 may encourage producers to stop casting vets in the reality TV show. Photo: CBS