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

Jessica Graf may be this week’s Head of Household (HOH), but Paul Abrahamian could still be controlling the “Big Brother” Season 19 game.

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

According to Big Brother Network, the houseguests are still having discussions on who they will vote. Jessica and Cody Nickson want Josh Martinez out this week, and the former made it clear that she just put Ramses Soto up as a pawn. However, the other side of the house, also known as the side that sees Paul as their leader, wants Ramses out instead.

Read: Will Ramses be evicted from “Big Brother” Season 19 this week?

Ramses checked in with Mark Jansen to ask if he will still be voting to evict Josh, and he said yes. Mark also told Cody a similar thing, but he’s just afraid to rock the boat. Elena Davies knows well not to trust Cody, so she and Mark plan to just tell him and Jessica what they want to hear.

On Thursday night, a huge backdoor may take place, and Ramses could be sent home. But his friends, Alex Ow, Jason Dent and Kevin Schlehuber, may not be happy with this bold move. Unfortunately, Paul is still convincing everyone to follow his game plan, and majority of the houseguests are scared to target Paul this early on.

Previously, Cody tried to evict Paul, but he was surprised when the latter told him that he received the first Den of Temptation privilege, the Ring of Protection. While Paul is still in the game, he also made it clear that he wants Cody and Jessica out. However, he’s also targeting some of his alliance members. While talking to Matt Clines and Raven Walton, Paul said that Cody and Elena should be eliminated next since they are stronger competitors compared to their showmances.

But will Paul’s bold move come back to bite him if one of the houseguests realizes that he could just be manipulating them for his big win?

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