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Josh Martinez is still in the running to bring home the $500,000 grand prize in “Big Brother” Season 19. CBS

“Big Brother” Season 19 recently saw Josh Martinez naming his two nominees, and Paul Abrahamian may have had something to do with it again.

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

After his discussions with Christmas Abbott and Paul, Josh came to the realization that putting Alex Ow and Kevin Schlehuber up for eviction was what’s best for his game, according to Big Brother Network. Once again, Paul managed to talk Josh out of putting him up for eviction. Josh understood that Alex is a “competition beast” and has told her this again and again. Kevin, on the other hand, is on the block as a pawn, but he is also in danger of going home.

Since Alex is a “competition beast,” she could easily win the Power of Veto (POV) game and remove herself from the block. This would require Josh to put up a replacement nominee, and he will most likely nominate Paul over his “ride or die,” Christmas. If Paul is up on the block against Kevin, Christmas and Alex are the only two houseguests who could decide who will stay and who will go.

Both of them will most likely keep Paul in the game, thinking that they each have a final two alliance with him. Alex and Christmas are still unaware that Paul made a final two deal with the both of them. But this could easily be busted if they would only talk about the returning vet. Unfortunately, it seems that the two houseguests still trust Paul even though Jason Dent was just blindsided last week.

Meanwhile, if Alex doesn’t win the POV, the nominations will stay the same. Christmas will vote to evict Alex, while Paul will vote to evict Kevin. Josh, who is the HOH this week, would have to vote to break the tie, and he will likely send Alex home since she is his target. The plan that Paul orchestrated will once again leave no blood in his hands, and it’s likely that he could win this season unless someone takes a swing at him soon.

“Big Brother” Season 19 airs Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.