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Christmas Abbott will stay friends with Josh Martinez post-“Big Brother” Season 19. CBS

“Big Brother” Season 19 has officially kicked off its “Summer of Temptation,” but it’s only been a few days and some of the male houseguests are already losing it.

In the live feeds that aired on Saturday, July 1, it was revealed the Cody is concocting a secret plan as the head of household (HoH) this week. Unfortunately, he kept everything to himself throughout the entire day, but there were some clues here and there that he is working towards a list of potential re-nominations.

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But what Cody isn’t aware of is that there’s at least one houseguest trying to target him as well. Alex made it clear that she will put Cody and Jessica up for eviction, even though Cody made a deal with her to keep her safe until jury. Some houseguests are just unimpressed with Cody’s game tactics, and Jessica, the apple of his eye in the house, is starting to become guilty by association.

Meanwhile, the “Big Brother” Network spoiler site speculated that Cody may nominate Paul and Christmas up for eviction since Megan has already left the house due to PTSD. Paul and Christmas were also spotted whispering things to each other in pool area, and this made them both look extremely suspicious.

Previously, Cody said that he wanted Paul out of the house because he finds him very loud and obnoxious. Cody isn’t a fan of Paul and his strategy when he competed last season. Despite making it to top two, Cody believes that Paul played a relatively poor game throughout Season 18. As of late, it is still unclear whether or not Paul and Christmas will really be the ones put up on the block this week.

In other news, Megan spoke with The Desert Sun to explain her decision to leave the “Big Brother” house. “When I was stationed in Norfolk, Virginia, I was sexually assaulted and I got really bad PTSD from it. So in the house… I had a lot of guys yelling at me and attacking me and it started really affecting me and making my anxiety severe and I was starting to get physically ill,” she said.

“Big Brother” Season 19 will air a new episode on Sunday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.