“Big Brother” Season 19 recently shocked the houseguests with a surprise Power of Veto (POV) competition.

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

After Alex Ow was named this week’s Head of Household, she put Dominique Cooper and Jessica Graf up for eviction. Alex doesn’t like Jessica in the same way that she didn’t like the latter’s showmance, Cody Nickson. Dominique, on the other hand, jeopardized her game after revealing that there’s a huge alliance in the house.

Read: Was Cody Nickson’s eviction a mistake in “Big Brother” Season 19?

Alex, Dominique and Jessica are all eligible to compete in the POV game since the former is the HOH and the two others are nominees. Other houseguests that were selected via a random draw include Jason Dent, Christmas Abbott and Kevin Schlehuber. After the competition, Jason was named this week’s POV winner, according to Big Brother Network. Since he isn’t nominated, Jason will most likely keep the nominations the same.

Meanwhile, Alex spoke to the cameras and said that Jason winning was the best thing for her chances. Immediately after the game, Paul Abrahamian went up the HOH room to talk to Alex. He wanted to make sure that Alex won’t put him up or any of his alliance members as a replacement nominee. But to his surprise, Alex told Paul that she wants to remove Jessica from the block. Paul encouraged Alex to put Mark Jansen on the block, but she’s hesitant to do so.

The live feed ended with Alex having a conversation with Jason. He tells her that it’s a better move to put Raven Walton as a pawn beside Dominique to make sure that the latter is the one who will be sent home. Alex also spoke with Kevin who told her to nominate Matt Clines instead. The back and forth between the houseguests ended up in a huge blow-up between Paul and Dominique. This just risked Dominique’s game further, according to Big Brother Network.

But what the houseguests don’t know is that there’s an upcoming Battle Back competition on Friday, July 21. Whoever gets evicted will have the chance to return to the game.

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