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Paul Abrahamian’s “Big Brother” Season 19 may encourage producers to stop casting vets in the reality TV show. CBS

Everything is going well for Paul Abrahamian in “Big Brother” Season 19.

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

After being named this week’s Head of Household, Paul made it a point to make his targets clear. Paul wants Cody Nickson out of the house, but he also needs to make sure that the latter won’t participate in the Power of Veto (POV) game. Paul tells Alex Ow and Jason Dent that they will put the two of them up for eviction, but only as pawns since he really wants Cody out of the house by the end of the week.

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Christmas Abbott also received the second Den of Temptation privilege, the Ring of Replacement, so she and Paul agreed that if Cody is selected as a player in the POV competition, Christmas will take his place. Over the weekend, Paul drew the players for the POV and got Matt Clines and Elena Davies’ names. This means that the two will have to compete against Paul, Alex, Jason and Ramses Soto. The latter nominated himself as part of his curse in the game.

Prior to the competition, Paul spoke with all of the houseguests involved in the POV and urged them to throw the game for him. This means that all of the participants will deliberately lose so that Paul could take either Alex or Jason out of initial nomination and replace them with Cody. Unfortunately, Ramses also had to make sure that the other houseguests are not going to backdoor him, so he didn’t throw the competition. This upset Paul.

In the end, the “Big Brother” vet still won the POV so he has all the power in the house, according to Big Brother Network. Paul now has to decide whether or not Cody being nominated over his showmance, Jessica Graf, would be the best for his game. Paul coined the “friendship” term last season in “Big Brother,” but the houseguest was also known as a manipulative competitor so he could change his decision at the last minute.

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