Big Brother Season 23 Episode 12: What to Expect?

In episode 11 of ‘Big Brother,’ the Aces and the Jokers were chosen as the targets now that the Kings have bagged immunity for the week. Christian, the new HoH, subsequently picked two names as the nominees, and the result came in after a lot of deliberation and planning by the Royal Flush alliance. If you’re unaware of what happened in the latest episode, we have laid out a recap for you at the end. Now, let’s take a look at what episode 12 has in store!

Big Brother Season 23 Episode 12 Release Date

‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 12 will release on August 4, 2021, at 8 pm ET on CBS. New episodes land on the network every Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The runtime of each episode of the show is approximately 60 minutes.

Where to Watch Big Brother Season 23 Episode 12 Online?

You can watch ‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 12 as and when it airs on CBS at the aforementioned date and time. If you skip the television premiere, you can stream it later on CBS’ official website and the CBS app. You can otherwise watch the episode on Paramount+YouTube TVFubo TVDirecTV, and Google Play. Fans in Canada can watch ‘Big Brother’ season 23 on Global TV. If none of these options are viable, you can buy/rent the episodes on Apple TVAmazon Prime VideoVudu, and iTunes.

Big Brother Season 23 Episode 12 Spoilers

In the twelfth episode, Hannah will attempt to win the Power of Veto and also the upcoming HOH competition with the intention of taking down Christian and Alyssa. Even though she is not the main target, she was not okay with Christian nominating her despite her decision to protect him in the future if the need ever arises. Whitney will have to catch up on the game and buck up if she wants to stay in the house.

Big Brother Season 23 Episode 11 Recap

In the eleventh episode, Xavier felt the need to save Cookout alliance member Hannah from being nominated. Derek and Azah hoped for the Jokers to take the fall this week while the Queens were heavily reliant on the Royal Flush alliance for support. Derek, the only member in the alliance, was concerned about the safety of his fellow Aces Whitney and Hannah.

Although Cristian was all set to throw the Aces under the bus, he understood that he would have to nominate Jokers Azah and Britini in case Whitney wins the fourth Wildcard competition. When the time arrived, Claire and Whitney were chosen to compete for the Queens and Aces, respectively, while the Jokers picked Azah. The task comprised rolling a ball across a difficult base until it finds a slot, and to add to their challenge, the lights in the room would flicker throughout.

Azah could barely move her ball, and Whitney was frustrated over dropping it at the same position every time. Finally, on the third go, Claire swiftly landed the ball, and upon winning, she was given the opportunity to save herself and her team this week or choose safety for only herself till the jury. Despite her fondness for fellow teammates Kyland and Tiffany, she chose the second option.

When Christian asked the Jokers for their opinion on this week’s nomination, they all agreed to put Whitney on the block. Alyssa was additionally keen on targeting Hannah and proposed the idea that she should go up as a pawn against Whitney. Hannah promised Christian that she would keep him safe if she ever won HoH in the future, which momentarily caused Christian to ponder. However, at the nomination ceremony, he took Whitney and Hannah’s names.

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