Big Brother featured Brett Robinson winning the Power of Veto and the week's Head of Household, Faysal Shafaat, weighing his options for the replacement nominee during Wednesday night's Season 20 episode on CBS.
The results of the Power of Veto competition left Scottie Salton on the chopping block heading into Thursday night's live eviction episode, however, the Veto Meeting was not featured and so the other nomination was not revealed.
The Big Brother broadcast began on Day 59, with Faysal explaining why he put Brett Robinson on the chopping block next to his supposed ally, Scottie.
Faysal said one of them was lying about voting to keep Angie "Rockstar" Lantry in the house and he was going to find out which person it was.
Faysal told Scottie that they never talked extensive game before and so he didn't know where he stood.
"Faysal is either fantastic at this game at a level I cannot comprehend, or he sucks at this game. It literally blows my mind why you would put your own ally on the block. These people better hope I don't win this veto," Scottie said in a confessional.
Kaycee Clark noted as long as Scottie didn't win the Power of Veto competition, her "Level 6" alliance would have the numbers to send him packing.
Meanwhile, Haleigh Broucher believed Scottie had been on their side for the Rockstar vote, so she tried to convince Faysal of that because the pair needed every person they could get. Haleigh also knew the other side of the house was gunning for her, and Scottie would never have voted against her.
However, Haleigh and Faysal's late-night conversation sparked an argument, as Faysal called Haleigh out for flirting with Scottie and Brett. Faysal made a comment that he didn't even know where Haleigh stood.
It then became time to pick players for the Veto Competition.
In addition to the Head of Household -- Faysal -- and the two nominees -- Scottie and Brett -- the other houseguests selected to play were Angela Rummans, Tyler Crispen, and "houseguest's choice" which resulted in Scottie choosing Haleigh to compete.
JC Mounduix remained in Faysal's ear by telling him Scottie chose Haleigh to play in the competition because he liked her and was playing "an emotional game." But in reality, Scottie was sincere allies with Haleigh.
Faysal then spoke to Tyler about how there were too many floaters in the game. He suggested Tyler, Angela, Haleigh and himself should work together given they were all playing the game hard and proved to by physical competitors.
"Hey Fess, welcome to Big Brother. On Day 60, you finally decided you want to play and make some alliances. You are a little late to the party, but yeah, sure, man, let's work together. Just don't put me up," Tyler told the cameras sarcastically.
After Zingbot roasted all of the houseguests, the players gathered in the backyard for the Power of Veto competition.
In a Big Brother classic, each player had to hide a folder with an "incriminating photo" inside somewhere in the house. The goal was to search through the house to find one's opponents' "illegal images." The houseguest to hid his or her photo the best would win the Power of Veto.
In the end, Brett won the Power of Veto, with Scottie finishing in second place and Faysal placing third. This was the veto Scottie needed, so he was really annoyed and said he needed "a hail Mary" to stay in the house.
Meanwhile, Faysal was going to have to make a tough decision and get more blood on his hands, so he admitted the results "sucked."
Sam Bledsoe then decided she wanted to convince Faysal to nominate Haleigh for eviction in Brett's place, which Brett and Scottie believed would never happen. Sam, however, was confident she could manipulate Faysal and pull the move off.
Sam recommended putting Haleigh on the chopping block and letting the house send her home.
Sam argued Haleigh was "sassing" and "bossing him" around, adding that Haleigh did not have Faysal's back and she was using him "as a body double" and "a tool" in this game because she can't win the physical competitions.
"Do you really want to give her a free ride so she can just throw you away like a used tissue?" Sam asked him.
"Wow, that is a curve ball, Sam," Faysal noted. "You want me to risk my game and my HoH by sending my girl home? Come on, Sam."
"I never told you what to do, but I need you to do this. And I mean business," Sam said.
Faysal refused to pinky swear with Sam when she threw out that plan, and he called her "crazy." But then Scottie pitched the same idea, calling Haleigh "[Kaitlyn Herman 2.0]." Scottie said everyone in the house wanted her gone and so she'd have no blood on her hands.
Scottie had turned on Haleigh because he felt desperate to stay thanks to Faysal's nomination and needed to switch things up.