The Head of Household, Enzo Palumbo, was therefore forced to name a replacement nominee at the Veto Meeting, and Enzo selected Christmas Abbott as a pawn.
The Big Brother: All-Stars broadcast began on Day 24 of the game, with Kaysar on the chopping block as the house's target and Kevin on the block as a pawn.
Kaysar planned to "fight tooth and nail" so he wouldn't get eliminated this week, but Kevin vented in the Diary Room how he just felt "embarrassed" because he liked and trusted Enzo.
Enzo promised Kevin that he's going to be safe this week and he had only nominated Kevin because he's "good with everybody" and no one is going after him. Kevin, however, said that excuse deserved "an eye roll" and didn't make any sense.
"Just for the record, I am a queen, not a pawn," Kevin complained.
Nicole Franzel told Christmas that she felt bad for Kevin and Enzo had made "a safe move" in nominating Kaysar and a pawn.
Enzo explained to Kaysar that he wasn't "going to go against the grain" because the house wanted him gone, but Kaysar let it be known he wasn't mad and would like to work with Enzo going forward if he stuck around.
David said the social game he had built was suddenly destroyed and he was just trying to be honest and truthful with people. Bayleigh felt bad David considered himself to be an outsider, but she admitted what he was doing was "rubbing a lot of people the wrong way."
"He almost came between The Slick Six, so moving forward, David needs to tone it down and keep a low profile if he wants to keep playing in this game," Bayleigh told the cameras, adding that David was in "a whole different world."
The Slick Six is comprised of Tyler, Bayleigh, Da'Vonne, Cody, Enzo and Dani Briones.
Ian Terry then told Enzo that if he happened to win the Power of Veto, he'd check with Enzo first before the Veto Meeting. Ian figured he need to talk game with Enzo in order to avoid being a potential replacement nominee.
Enzo, however, saw right through Ian's strategy and told Cody afterwards that Ian wasn't safe and there was a good chance he could end up going home. Enzo even brought up the possibility of backdooring Ian to make a big move.
"Are we really going to let Ian stay in the game? Ian is so smart and just incredible at this game, so letting him move forward could be a problem," Cody shared.
Enzo insisted Kevin wasn't going home on his Head of Household reign and it would either be Kaysar or another big threat in the house.
Since David wasn't really working with anybody, Kevin thought about choosing David as "Houseguest's Choice" to play in the Power of Veto competition and maybe even win it for him and eventually take him off the block.
David was onboard with the plan because he figured Kevin and himself could make moves together.
Kaysar hoped Nicole and Ian would get chosen for the PoV competition because he could probably beat them in a physical competition, while Enzo had hope Tyler and Cody would get selected to play.
In addition to the HoH, Enzo, and the two nominees, Kaysar and Kevin, Tyler, Bayleigh and David were chosen to compete. And David did turn out to be Kevin's "Houseguest's Choice."
Kevin felt so relieved he wasn't entering a competition alone, and David said he was so excited Kevin has chosen him for the Veto. David acknowledged saving Kevin would strengthen their relationship and keep him safe for the week.
Kaysar then sat down with Bayleigh and advised her to think about the alliances in the house and where the power was, but Bayleigh was a bit offended and told Kaysar she's "not stupid" and he was being condescending.
Bayleigh said little did Kaysar know that she was in "The Slick Six" and also had a tight bond with Enzo.
Bayleigh told the cameras she had a loyalty to Janelle Pierzina, which didn't automatically transfer to her ally Kaysar once Janelle left the game.
Tyler and Enzo felt pretty confident one of them could win the Power of Veto and keep nominations the same. Tyler bragged the two of them were the only people in the competition who had won anything.
Cody, Enzo and Tyler, however, were a little wary of David and whether he would mess things up for them if he happened to win the golden Power of Veto.
The Power of Veto competition then commenced and it turned out to be an endurance competition.
Dubbed "Puppetmaster," the participating houseguests were required to hold onto puppet strings as their arms and legs were pulled in different directions and they were sprayed with slime and moved around.
If an All-Star fell from the strings, his or her "show would be over" and the person would be out of the competition.
Da'Vonne noted a person had to be flexible in order to last in this competition, and Bayleigh hoped to win the competition so she could contribute to her alliance and prove to them that she can "hang -- literally."
Kevin set out to prove he wasn't expendable and the houseguests couldn't continue putting him in this vulnerable situation.
Kaysar used all of his strength to remain stable while suspended in the air, but he admitted he was in a lot of pain. And with that being said, Kaysar was the first person to drop out of the competition.
"I'm so disappointed. All I can think about it, 'This could be the end of my Big Brother career,'" Kaysar said.
Enzo was thrilled because his main target had failed to win the competition, and then he dropped out. Kevin realized he might actually have a chance to win.
Tyler was eliminated next, followed by Bayleigh, who was upset because she figured this was her competition to win since she's a yoga instructor and has a strong core in activities such as these.
Kevin told David, "Dude, you know I got you. I've got your back."
David, however, said he also had something to prove to the house and so Kevin needed to beat him for the veto.
In the end, David finished in second place and Kevin won the Power of Veto.
Kevin cried with happiness after his victory and said, "Everyone underestimated me... I am here to fight. This one is for my husband!"
David was really close to getting his first competition win, but once again, he came up short. David hoped to prove he could be a valuable ally in any alliance.
Meanwhile, Kaysar thought he had a fighting chance to stay this week since Enzo would be forced to name a replacement nominee and the nominee could be a big threat.
Ian worried he might be the replacement nominee, and Cody suggested to Enzo they should target Ian and maybe even take him out. Nicole was in the room at the time and had been secretly working with Ian, so she hoped that plan wouldn't come to fruition.
But in order to not expose her secret alliance, Nicole nodded her head in agreeance with what Cody was saying.
Christmas offered to be a pawn for Enzo this week in order to make things easier for him, but Enzo is well aware pawns sometimes go home, and he told the cameras he didn't want to lose Christmas.
When Tyler and Nicole were sitting in a room, Dani slipped by saying a meeting was about to happen. Dani was expecting to meet with The Slick Six, but Nicole isn't a member of that alliance.
Tyler slyly told Nicole that it seemed Dani had "slipped up" about something, and he noted to the cameras Dani being messy wasn't good for his game. If Dani tried to out the alliance intentionally, Tyler pointed out that would be even worse.
At the Veto Meeting, Kevin announced he had decided to use the veto on himself.
With that being said, Enzo declared Christmas the replacement nominee, saying her position on the block would ensure the house's target, Kaysar, would go home.
Enzo called it "a super tough decision," saying Christmas was his "girl" and she was "taking a bullet" for him by being on the block. Christmas said she was 99.5 percent confident Kaysar would be go home, but she just hoped her plan wouldn't backfire on her.
"I am not a doormat to be walked all over. I'm more like a Persian rug, so you better take off your shoes, b-tch!" Kevin bragged.
Kaysar said he needed to find a way out of this bad situation, and Tyler admitted he was keeping an eye on Dani going forward.