After coming into power with the whole house against him -- except for Holly Allen -- Michie decided to put Christie and Analyse on the chopping block heading into the next live eviction, with Christie being his main target.
The Big Brother broadcast began on Day 58, with the rest of the slip-and-slide Head of Household competition.
Nicole admitted voting out Kathryn Dunn was the hardest decision she had yet to make this season but she did it for her own game. Sending Kat home would apparently leave the least amount of people mad at her.
Meanwhile, Christie said Jackson and Holly absolutely couldn't win HoH. But Holly and Michie felt their backs were against the wall and it was necessary for one of them to win the competition.
About 18 hours before the live eviction, Jessica Milagros admitted to Analyse that she was well aware there was an alliance of six in the works and she wasn't a part of it. Analyse, however, lied about the alliance said she had never agreed to such a thing.
Jessica also warned Analyse that Holly Allen thought she flirted with Michie all the time. Analyse called Holly "fake" and "a liar." Analyse was upset Holly had said bad things about her behind her back.
"If I wanted Jackson, I could have had him," Analyse told Christie.
Analyse later confronted Holly for "talking sh-t," saying she regretted ever trusting her, but Holly didn't understand where this was coming from.
Analyse and Christie then promised Jessica that the entire house was against Holly and Michie and a group of six had never even gathered together in the same room to talk. Christie swore on her sister's life that was the case, but she was obviously lying.
"If she had a game, she literally just blew it all up," Holly told Analyse and Christie.
Michie was then shown winning the Head of Household competition, and he acknowledged Christie was his biggest target. He considered putting Analyse on the chopping block with Christie because the house would definitely vote Christie out in that case.
"I need someone next to Christie who ensures Christie goes home," Michie said, adding that Analyse had said some unflattering things about Holly and so she'd be a good option.
Christie, however, thought it would be stupid for Michie to nominate either Analyse or herself considering they were convinced they'd have the votes to stay.
Tommy Bracco was still Michie's friend, so no one anticipated he would be nominated. Tommy told the cameras that the girls had made a mistake by bailing on the Six Shooters alliance when he wanted them to stay together, because now that Michie was in power, he'd go after those girls.
Tommy said Christie was the one targeting Michie all the time, not himself.
Meanwhile, Cliff Hogg decided to clear the air and admitted to Michie that he had been part of a deal to go after Holly and Michie this week, which angered Michie even more. Michie told Cliff he may have to nominate him just as a pawn, and Cliff said he was okay with that.
Michie then sat down with Christie and told her that she was smart to cover her own ass and make big moves, but he apparently considered her a speed bump between himself and winning the $500,000.
Later on, Christie hinted during a group conversation that she and Tommy might know each other. She ranted and raved about how close she and Tommy lived from one another, but the pair still insisted they had never met before.
Analyse then let Michie know that Nick Maccarone had been the one to formulate a deal with Cliff in which Holly and himself would be the target. Michie realized he'd have to deal with Nick "sooner or later" and the guy couldn't be trusted.
Michie assured Analyse that she wasn't his target, and she was excited and relieved, but that didn't necessarily mean she'd avoid the chopping block.
Nick all but confirmed he had spearheaded the plan with Cliff in a subsequent conversation, so Michie determined Nick needed to go -- and he shared that strategy with Holly. But it still seemed like Michie wanted Christie gone first.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Michie announced he had decided to nominate Christie and Analyse for eviction although it was nothing personal.
"We are grown adults. We all came here to play a game. We came here to compete. I came here to compete, and I came here to win. And quite frankly, you two are threats that might prevent me from doing that," Michie told the group.
Christie was Michie's "white whale." He said she was manipulative, smart and strategic. As for Analyse, she felt "upset" but had little to say other than that.
Christie looked forward to potentially winning the Power of Veto and beating Michie at his own game.
"My two closest allies on the block next to each other -- yikes," Tommy said in the Diary Room.
"I may have to give up on Christie, because if I fight too hard for her after having used the Veto on her last week, it's going to show my cards. If it's her time to go then she's got to go, and I don't want that. But I don't see another way out of this unless she wins that veto."