“Big Brother” Season 19 recently introduced its third “Den of Temptation” for the summer!

Warning: This article contains spoilers from “Big Brother” Season 19. Read at your own risk.

On Sunday night, host Julie Chen announced that another houseguest will have the chance to receive a “Den of Temptation” from viewers of the hit CBS reality TV competition. The “Halting Hex” will give one contestant the power to cancel an entire eviction ceremony from happening. CBS also dropped the official description for the “Halting Hex” (via Big Brother Network), which states that the recipient of this temptation can cancel one of four eviction ceremonies regardless if they are nominated or not. However, just like the first two temptations, the third one also comes with a consequence.

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During its premiere week, Paul Abrahamian received the “Power of Protection.” This temptation gave Paul the power to not be nominated for three straight weeks. This power also came handy for the Season 18 vet since Cody Nickson tried to vote him out on week two. Christmas Abbott also received the second “Den of Temptation,” also known as the “Ring of Replacement.” This will give Christmas the chance to replace or remove one houseguest from playing in Power of Veto (POV) game.

Since Paul and Christmas have already been chosen by “Big Brother” fans, they are no longer qualified to receive the remaining temptations. Alex Ow, Jason Dent, Ramses Soto, Matt Clines, Elena Davis, Jessica Graf, Cody, Kevin Schlehuber, Raven Walton, Mark Jansen, Joshua Martinez and Dominique Cooper are all eligible for this week’s temptation.

Meanwhile, Paul also has all of the power in the house after he was named as this week’s Head of Household (HOH). He set his sights on nominating Cody and Jessica, but realized that a backdoor plan may be a better idea. Paul reached out to Alex and Jason and told them that he will put them up as pawns. Paul also urged the two nominees, as well as the other houseguests participating in the POV to throw the competition at him. In the end, Paul also won the POV, and he will remove either Alex or Jason and put Cody up for eviction.

“Big Brother” Season 19 will return to CBS on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT.