Tyler, a 25-year-old jewelry company co-owner from Hilton Head Island, SC who finished as the runner-up on Big Brother 20, was evicted from the Big Brother house on Day 65 via a unanimous 3-0 vote over Christmas, a 38-year-old fitness entrepreneur from Raleigh, NC who placed third on Big Brother 19.
Tyler became the sixth member of Big Brother: All-Stars' jury.
Tyler and Christmas were initially nominated for eviction by the Head of Household, Cody Calafiore, who also subsequently won the Power of Veto and chose to keep his nominations the same.
The Big Brother: All-Stars broadcast began on Day 62 after the Veto Meeting. Cody explained he has a Final 2 deal with every player who's off the chopping block, and so nominating Tyler and Christmas was necessary.
Cody said he was leaning towards Tyler being his No. 1 target because Tyler is "too good of a competitor not to take a shot at."
Tyler admitted the house taking him out would be their best move, but he thought he had Enzo Palumbo on his side.
However, Enzo was working closely with Cody, and he and Nicole agreed Tyler needed to be voted out before Christmas. Memphis Garrett even admitted to Tyler that he was probably voting him out because "he's a beast" in the game.
Tyler warned Cody, however, that if either Christmas or Memphis won the next Head of Household competition, they would put Enzo and Cody on the block next to each other. Tyler told Cody that he needed his help and getting rid of him early would put him in jeopardy of getting evicted next week.
Cody acknowledged it wouldn't be a bad decision either way because Christmas was "frantic" but it would also be a good opportunity to remove a big threat like Tyler from the game.
Cody, however, realized Memphis was "a snake" in the game and he couldn't be trusted because Memphis essentially lied to his face about having two "Wise Guys" alliances, one of which didn't include Cody.
Memphis then talked to Enzo about how either one of them would have a great shot to win HoH with Tyler out of the running and Cody unable to compete.
Enzo and Memphis agreed that if one of them came into power, they could nominate Christmas and Nicole Franzel for eviction and then try to convince Cody to vote Nicole out.
But Cody was still Enzo's No. 1 ally, so Enzo told Cody about his conversation with Memphis.
Enzo warned Cody that Memphis planned to tell Christmas she's a pawn when on the block again and tell Cody that Christmas is the target -- and then flip the script and take out Nicole.
"I should've known this late in the game there were going to be people with their own agendas and it was not going to be that easy," Cody said in the Diary Room.
Enzo and Cody assumed Memphis' true Final 2 deal was with Christmas, and they got a little stressed out about how Memphis was going to proceed in the game.
"If he wins that last PoV in the Final 4, he's clipping one of us, dude. [Memphis] isn't clipping Christmas over us," Enzo told Cody.
Cody said he was a little irritated by Enzo's paranoia because he could get rid of Christmas with an alleged snap of his fingers.
After a flash of the jury house and Dani Briones admitting she thought Cody was "playing the best game" and she'd like to "see him win," Christmas and Tyler gave their pre-eviction speeches while sitting on the block.
Christmas begged the house to vote to keep her to stay, especially because it was her son's second birthday and she didn't want to get evicted on that day.
"I've spent a total of 164 days in this house and none of them have been better than the first 91 because of you [Angela Rummans]. I love you and I miss you more than I can say. I am so proud of you and thankful for you, and we're almost done," Tyler told his girlfriend.
Tyler told his fellow houseguests it had been a crazy ride but he wasn't done yet. Tyler added it wouldn't be good for anyone's game to evict him.
"Christmas, I'm sorry we ended up this way," Tyler apologized to his ally.
Each houseguest then cast his or her vote to evict in the Diary Room.
Tyler received votes from Enzo, Nicole and Memphis.
Tyler complimented the house on taking a good shot when they needed to, and he left the house all smiles and in a good mood.
"You better give me a show in the jury house, alright?!" Tyler told his fellow All-Stars.
Tyler admitted to Big Brother: All-Stars host Julie in his post-eviction interview he was just trying to scare the house before he left by saying voting him out would be a mistake. In fact, Tyler said they made the right decision in order to put themselves in a better position to win the $500,000.
"I was definitely coming after Memphis and Cody. I thought they were the strongest competitors and the biggest threats to win, and I think they viewed me the same way," Tyler told Julie, adding that his performance in competitions probably had something to do with it as well.
Tyler said the house viewed him as a threat and the houseguests were probably confused with where his loyalties lied.
"I really think Nicole is definitely Cody's No. 1, though. I think he wants to take her as far as possible and sit next to her in the end," Tyler shared.
Tyler explained he had planted seeds in Enzo's mind that Cody and Nicole were tight but he couldn't finish the job.
Julie then mentioned how there were times when Tyler wanted to quit the game and stop playing. Julie pointed out that during that time, he had made some "tactical errors."
"I think it kind of set the tone for me a little bit, like, I was in my own head a lot and I was doubting myself, like being a part of this game -- what my true intentions are and everything," Tyler said.
"I feel like times I just slipped away from myself and I was kind of reckless, to say the least, and it might have caught up to me."
In his goodbye messages from his fellow houseguests, Enzo said the house wanted him out because he was simply a better player than Christmas, and Memphis revealed he had a Final 3 deal with Enzo and Cody as well as a Final 3 with Enzo and Christmas.
Cody also shared how he had a Final 2 deal with Enzo, Memphis and Nicole.
"We had a lot of people double, triple dipping I guess!" Tyler joked. "That's what I didn't want to do! I did that last time [and didn't win the jury vote in Final 2], so I didn't want to do that this time."
The broadcast concluded with the start of the next Head of Household competition dubbed "Stashing Pumpkins."
As outgoing HoH, Cody was deemed ineligible to compete.
The participating players were required to transfer pumpkins across a teeter totter one at a time to a basket on the other end. If a person or pumpkin fell at any time, the player would have to reset and compile all the pumpkins into their original container and start from the beginning.
The first houseguest to transport all of his or her pumpkins to the basket and ring in would become the new Head of Household.
[Big Brother: All-Stars Spoiler Warning: Highlight the area below to find out which houseguest was crowned the new HoH].
Nicole is the new Head of Household, and this marked her first HoH win of the All-Stars season.
Big Brother: All-Stars' next episode will air Monday, October 12 at 8PM ET/PT on CBS.