“Big Brother” Season 19 host Julie Chen previously announced that there will be a special Friday episode for the hit CBS reality TV competition.

However, the live feeds from Thursday evening will be taken down right before the live double eviction episode. The live feeds won’t be back until after the bonus Friday episode airs, according to Big Brother Network. Unfortunately, there are no other details about this Friday’s installment, but “Big Brother” executive producer Allison Grodner told the publication that “there will definitely be surprises and a special guest.”

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

The houseguests had another huge blow-up on Tuesday morning when Alex Ow accused Cody Nickson of finishing the cereal that she likes. The fight escalated, with the houseguests each picking a side. Christmas Abbot told Josh Martinez that she’s doubtful of Jason Dent’s loyalty. But what she doesn’t know is that Jason feels the same way about her.

Josh also busted Elena Davies for telling him that he no longer wants anything to do with her showmance, Mark Jansen, unless he becomes the next Head of Household (HOH). This upset Mark because he has been loyal to Elena. However, it has also been revealed that Mark has been flip-flopping. The houseguests said that Mark attaches himself to whoever is in power, and he defended his actions by saying that this is what needs to be done in “Big Brother.”

Elena’s outing also led to Alex seemingly questioning her decision to keep the $5,000 prize from the Power of Veto (POV) competition. Alex asked Elena in front of everyone what car she drives in the real world. Elena was taken aback by the question, and Alex said that she doesn’t think she’s really broke. Elena then admits that she drives an Audi.

Elsewhere, Alex, Jason and Paul Abrahamian are worried about Kevin Schlehuber shifting sides. When they saw him talking to Cody, they called him to the HOH room and urged them to stop sharing game-related information with him. Kevin agreed, but he’s also not pleased with Paul running the show for the past couple of weeks.

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

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Cody Nickson got his revenge on Paul Abrahamian by making sure he will not win the $500,000 prize in “Big Brother” Season 19. CBS