The houseguests will therefore vote to either send Christie, a 28-year-old boutique owner from Staten Island, NY, who currently resides in Keyport, NJ, or Analyse, a 22-year-old college soccer star from Northridge, CA, who currently resides in Simi Valley, CA, packing during the upcoming live eviction broadcast on Thursday night.
The Big Brother broadcast began on Day 59, with Christie and Analyse on the chopping block.
"Christie is my biggest threat. She has a great social game. She's physically threatening, but even more so, she is a mental animal," Michie explained of why he had nominated her for eviction.
"I also know she is coming for me and coming for [Holly Allen], and Sis is kind of the backup plan this week."
Analyse was pissed off because she thought she was going to be safe, but Christie wasn't shocked about her placement on the block.
Christie said she had a fire in her and wasn't ready to go. She had a feeling she was going to win the Power of Veto this week.
Christie, however, was surprisingly very calm and collected and said Michie's decision was "cool." Holly then confronted Analyse and Christie saying she loved them both, but Analyse flipped her the middle finger once Holly left the room.
Analyse and Christie agreed Holly was fake, but Christie pointed out everyone in the house was fake.
Analyse and Christie were sad about being on the block together considering they're such close friends.
But Analyse thought the best case scenario would be Christie winning the Power of Veto and taking herself off the block because she was convinced she'd have enough votes to stay no matter what due to her excellent social game.
Analyse seemed completely unaware she'd be the secondary target if Christie managed to save herself.
Tommy Bracco wasn't happy about Michie's nominations, but at the same time, he was still close to Michie and Holly. Tommy had proven his loyalty to them and said he was still working with them going forward.
Tommy said he had tried to convince Christie and Analyse to stay tight with Michie and Holly but they chose to separate themselves, which he couldn't take responsibility for. Tommy seemed to think it'd be okay if it's Christie's time to go.
But if Christie or Analyse happened to win the Power of Veto, Michie revealed Tommy would be the replacement nominee to ensure Christie goes home. Michie needed someone very likeable on the block next to Christie at the next live eviction.
Michie planned to fight for his life in the game, saying he'd rather die than "coward down" to Christie in this game.
Jessica Milagros hoped Christie would take herself off the block because she felt they were solid allies. Christie revealed to Analyse and Jessica that Kathryn Dunn had told her Nick Maccarone was working with Michie and Holly prior to her eviction.
Nick was also extremely close to Tommy and Nicole Anthony. Christie said Nick was doing a great job of rebuilding trust, but she wasn't sure whether he was playing them since he had been the one to orchestrate a deal with Cliff.
Nick then promised Analyse that he would use the veto on her if he wins it. He was tight with both Analyse and Christie but told the cameras his relationship with Christie was "hot and cold" and he'd definitely have Analyse's back over hers.
It then became time to pick players for the Veto competition. In addition to the HoH, Michie, and the two nominees, Christie and Sis, the following houseguests were selected at random draw to compete: Cliff, Holly and Nick.
Christie then told Tommy that Nick was working with Michie -- as well as everyone else in the house -- and he was "a snake." Tommy, however, didn't know where this mistrust and paranoia was coming from.
Tommy therefore confronted Nick about his loyalty, and Nick was a little pissed off, saying he had been nothing but transparent and honest with them. He was sick of being doubted by the people he trusted, the people who were supposed to trust him as well.
Nick told Tommy, Christie and Analyse the suspicion he had made a deal with Michie was "bullsh-t." Nick got along with Michie but insisted he had no alliance with him or Holly.
Nick planned to prove his loyalty so the girls would never have to question him again.
Christie later broke down into tears, but Tommy was there to comfort her. When she complained about no one in the house being real, Tommy confirmed, "I'm real. You can always look at me and see home."
For the under-the-sea themed Power of Veto competition, the players were required to place 10 ocean plush creatures onto a spinning, wavering mobile. It was all about distributing weight perfectly, and the first person to hang all 10 stuffed animals onto the mobile would win the veto.
Michie ended up winning the Power of Veto, and he had absolutely no intention of changing his nominations.
Christie wasn't going to give up, but she was feeling "helpless."
"Christie is sitting on the block... For the first time in a long time, life is good," Michie said in the Diary Room.
Tommy and Holly then frolicked around the house playing Baywatch after the competition, which both Christie and Sis found hurtful and disrespectful since they were facing elimination in the game.
Christie said if roles were reversed, she never would have acted that way. She had never expected to feel so alone in the house given she was the only person to begin the game with a friend.
Tommy apologized to Christie when she was emotional for having too much fun, but Tommy told the cameras she was just looking for someone to blame -- and she chose him that day, which "really hurt."
Tommy wasn't willing to jeopardize his dream of winning Big Brother to save Christie's dream when she had basically ruined her own chances of staying.
Christie's aggressive gameplay is what got her on the block to begin with, but she had faith she could use her aggressive tactics to stay and continue playing.
Christie therefore sat down with Michie and Holly and swore that if they kept her safe, she would not go after either of them.
Christie was willing to put her hand on a Bible. She suggested working together until Final 5 and then Final 4, allowing everyone to duke it out from there.
Christie said "reuniting" would "be a dream" because it would be amazing for them to get back together and give America a comeback story they'd love.
Holly felt guilty that Christie hurting was partly her fault, and she started crying over the fact the girls used to be such good friends. Holly insisted she never thought things would come down to this, but Christie assured her it was okay and they were just playing a game.
But Michie reminded Christie that she was his biggest threat because she was just so good at the game.
Michie felt his reputation had been smeared, he was dragged through the mud, and he had been blindsided and betrayed, so he felt he owed Christie nothing. It didn't seem like she could say or do anything to change Michie's mind and convince him not to target her.
At the Veto Meeting, Michie announced he had decided not to use the Power of Veto, keep his two nominations the same.
"I picked both of y'all for a reason, and I have to follow through with it," Michie declared.