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Tyler did not save Brett or Rachel from the block on "Big Brother" Season 20. CBS

Tyler just made a decision regarding his Power of Veto (POV) on CBS’s “Big Brother” Season 20.

Warning: This article contains spoilers from episodes of “Big Brother” 20 that have not yet aired. Read at your own risk!

This week’s nominees are Brett and Rachel, and they both belong to the Level 6 alliance with Tyler. However, Tyler decided to not use his POV on anyone because he wanted to pledge his loyalty to Bayleigh.

Bayleigh told Tyler that she wants him to be loyal to her, and this is the only way for her to not put him up on the block. Tyler agreed to align herself with Bayleigh, but the professional lifeguard also has other plans in mind.

Tyler not using his POV on either Brett or Rachel just proved that he is not very loyal to his alliance members. This may cost him his game in the coming weeks, but he decided to take a risk.

Bayleigh set her sights on targeting Brett, and she wants the entire house to be on board with her plan. She put Rachel up as a pawn and promised her that she would keep her safe no matter what. Meanwhile, Rachel is worried about going up as a pawn because she knows that pawns sometimes go home. But Bayleigh guaranteed her safety.

In order to prove to Rachel that she can trust her, Bayleigh told the former that she has the third Power App. Bayleigh’s power allows her to put two houseguests up for eviction regardless of who that week’s Head of Household (HOH) nominated. After Bayleigh told Rachel that she has the third Power App, she also asked her to keep it a secret from everyone.

On Thursday, another houseguest will be sent packing in the reality show. And it looks like next week’s target could be JC if he doesn’t become HOH. And if Bayleigh decides to use her Power App next week, she will most likely nominate JC for eviction. The flight attendant previously said that she doesn’t trust JC and wants him out of the house as soon as possible.

“Big Brother” Season 20 airs Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.