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Will Jason Dent finally take a strong player out this week in “Big Brother” Season 19? CBS

“Big Brother” Season 19 recently named Jason Dent as this week’s Head of Household (HOH) in the hit CBS reality TV competition.

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

Jason’s win means that Paul Abrahamian, Christmas Abbott and Josh Martinez’s plan to get rid of the soon-to-be dad-of-two won’t happen this week. Initially, the trio had been gunning to take the power couples out, and they wanted to start with Jason and Raven Walton. Jason is working closely with Alex Ow, while Raven is in a showmance with Matt Clines.

But Jason’s HOH reign only guarantees the safety of his strongest ally, Alex. Previously, he already expressed doubt over Kevin Schlehuber’s real background. It was Alex who first assumed that Kevin is an undercover cop since she felt that he knew Derrick Levasseur on a personal level. But Kevin isn’t really a cop. He’s a stay-at-home dad to his seven children.

Jason and Kevin have also been working together, but the former revealed that if he could only take one to the final two, he will choose Alex. This means that Kevin could be nominated by his good friend this week.

On the other hand, Jason is also in on the plan to target the final showmance of the season. He and Kevin felt that Raven was lying about her illness since gastroparesis makes it impossible for a person to digest food properly. Raven told them that she can’t eat red meat, but they’ve spotted her eating beef jerky every now and then.

Jason could put Raven up for eviction together with Matt, who has become a pawn week after week. But anything can still happen in the game, and Jason may target someone who has been playing them since the beginning: Paul. But the returning vet’s game has been palpable, and even though the houseguests, including Christmas and Josh, have already noticed that Paul is working with everyone, no one has put him up on the block except for Cody Nickson.

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