For those Spokane fans that want the latest Big Brother 13 spoilers or to find out who won the July 28 Head of Household, your search is over. The July 28 episode of Big Brother 13 ended before a new HOH was crowned, as the nine houseguests were left to compete for the title in an endurance challenge. Rachel was the only one not allowed to compete (as the outgoing HOH), and the pressure was on several of the contestants to win and protect themselves for the next week. Several blow-ups in the house over the last week ruined several alliances and left the two power couples in great peril.
The July 28 Big Brother HOH competition involved them all perched on the side of a cliff that was built in the backyard with skis extending out of it. They then each took a spot on a set of skis, which also had handles coming out of the cliff as though they were polls. The skis then shifted back and forth continuously, making it difficult for people to stay up on the wall. The point of the competition was to be the last person standing, and thus the new Big Brother 13 Head of Household.
For those Spokane fans of the show that don’t want the spoilers, tune into the Sunday, July 31 episode of the show. It will be on CBS at 8 pm PT, and will go over how the competition played out. For those that want to learn about how the endurance challenge went, go ahead and read on after this point.
In the first ten minutes of the challenge, two houseguests were out of the running for HOH, it seemed like a very short time after that when a third one quit. The following is a breakdown of who finished in what place as the competition continued.
Eighth/Ninth Place — Lawon and Adam dropped out of the challenge almost as soon as the CBS episode ended.
Seventh Place — Brendon quit the challenge after it looked like he was ready to pass out (he lasted about 40 minutes).
Sixth Place — Jeff was the next person to quit the challenge, jumping off of his skis 16 minutes after Brendon.
Fifth Place — Jordan fell off at about the one hour mark of the competition.
Fourth Place — Porsche fell off of her skis, and immediately began crying. She was very frustrated about the fall.
Third Place — Shelly simply couldn’t stay up there any longer and had to drop out about 90 minutes into the competition.
(Tune in as the night progresses, and we will continue to update where the competition is at. There are still three ladies competing – Kalia, Daniele, and Shelly – at 8:08 pm PT.)