Big Brother Season 23 Episode 8: What to Expect?

In the latest episode of ‘Big Brother,’ the arrival of the second elimination session put a lot of pressure on Frenchie and Britini. While Frenchie attempted to negotiate and forge connections with different teams, Britini tried to keep a low profile, hoping to stay in everyone’s good books. If you’re curious to know who left the competition in episode 7, there is a recap stretched out at the bottom. Now, here’s everything the eighth episode might bring to the table!

Big Brother Season 23 Episode 8 Release Date

‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 8 will premiere on July 25, 2021, at 8 pm ET on CBS. New episodes of this hyped reality series come out every Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Each installment of the dating reality show is around 60 minutes each.

Where to Watch Big Brother Season 23 Episode 8 Online?

You can watch ‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 8 as and when it airs on CBS at the aforementioned date and time. If you skip the television premiere, you can also 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 8 Spoilers

In the next episode of ‘Big Brother’ season 23, we will figure which team Xavier targets. He might end up throwing the Aces under the bus, or there might be a different strategy at play altogether. Apart from the usual planning and plotting, the next Wildcard competition will allow the guests to earn immunity, and as Julie mentioned, it could totally thwart Xavier’s nomination plan.

Big Brother Season 23 Episode 7 Recap

In the latest episode of ‘Big Brother’ season 23, Kyland made up his mind to eliminate Frenchie out of the competition. Doing so would earn him a good reputation in the house. So, all Britini needed to do was to lay low. At Big D’s suggestion, Frenchie tried to connect with the rest of the HouseGuests hoping to stay safe. Kyland was interested in securing his own safety, so he wanted the other teams to be on his side as well.

With the exception of Derek X, no one in the Aces seemed to bother about Kyland, but the Kings immediately agreed to form an alliance with the Queens that ensured Kyland’s safety for now. They would be targeting Brent and Whitney next week. Brent, however, tried to convince Christian and Whitney to target Britini, Azah, Tiffany, Sarah Beth, and Claire. Christian has always been an ally of the Kings and Queens, so he only pretended to be on board with Brent’s plan. Before the nominations started, Britini and Frenchie were given one last opportunity to sway votes with one statement each.

Although Frenchie showed unflinching enthusiasm to keep playing the game, he was voted out by everyone except for Big D. Then the next HoH competition began, and the guests were made to watch ‘Big Brother’ alum Tom Green hitting the streets in Canada talking about the show. Every clip was followed by a question that, upon answering incorrectly, would lead to the termination of that player from the contest. The last survivor would become the new HoH, and sure enough, Xavier managed to outlast everyone. So he and his fellow Kings Christian, Alyssa, and Sarah Beth would be safe this week.

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