“Big Brother” Season 19 current Head of Household (HOH) Alex Ow recently put two houseguests up for eviction.

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

It has been clear that Alex really wants Cody Nickson out of the house this week, but putting him up on the block means that he will automatically be able to compete in the Power of Veto (POV) game. So in order to make sure that Cody will be the one sent packing on the Thursday night episode of the CBS show, Alex decided to put Elena Davies and Jason Dent up instead.

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Alex wanted to also target Elena and Mark Jansen this week, but the latter won in the Temptation Competition so he’s automatically safe. Matt Clines also became an automatic third nominee after he lost in the twist. Jason volunteered to be a pawn this week since he’s certain he won’t be evicted, according to Big Brother Network.

However, the houseguests’ plan to get rid of Cody isn’t guaranteed. If he gets picked as a player in the POV, he could easily take himself off the block since he’s a “competition beast,” and all the houseguests believe so. But Cody’s chances at staying in the game are also very slim, and Jason or Matt may also be eliminated come Thursday night.

Last week, “Big Brother” host Julie Chen announced that there will be a double eviction next week. As of late, the houseguests have no idea that this will be happening, but Paul Abrahamian already told the houseguests that it may soon take place based on what happened in Season 18.

Chen also congratulated the remaining houseguests for making it to the jury. However, she also revealed that there will no longer be a Jury Battle Back competition. After all, a Battle Back game already took place a few weeks ago, and this is what paved the way for Cody to return to the “Big Brother” house.

Next week, there will also be a special Friday episode of “Big Brother,” but it is unclear what will happen in the installment. According to “Big Brother” executive producer Allison Grodner, “There will definitely be surprises and a special guest.”

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

‘Big Brother’ Cody Nickson got his revenge on Paul Abrahamian by making sure he will not win the $500,000 prize in “Big Brother” Season 19. Photo: CBS