Big Brother All-Stars

Power Rankings (Round 4)

The BB vs Survivor battle continues…

Inside Survivor’s Power Rankings are back for Big Brother All-Stars, and it’s a special reality-tv showdown edition.

That’s right, it’s Big Brother versus Survivor as BB21 favorite Ovi Kabir takes on Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers runner-up Chrissy Hofbeck. Who will come out on top? Which reality-show will get the bragging rights? Let’s find out!

Last week, Chrissy ranked Janelle in 10th place, earning her 10 points. Meanwhile, Ovi had Janelle ranked in 14th place, giving him 14 points. Ovi remains in the lead with 47 points, while Chrissy has 37. How will this week shake out?

RULES

Each week the two power rankers create separate rankings based on least likely to most likely to be evicted. If the person ranked in 1st place is eliminated in the next episode, the ranker earns 1 point. If the person ranked in 16th place is eliminated, the ranker receives 16 points, and so on. The person with the most points at the end of the season will be named the Big Brother All-Stars Power Rankings Champion.

As a bonus, if the player ranked in first wins the Power of Veto that week, the ranker will gain 2 extra points.

SPOILER DISCLAIMER: Chrissy is a TV only watcher, while Ovi is a feeds watcher, so expect some live feeds spoilers below. Also, these rankings were written before the latest Safety Suite competition.

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Chrissy

37

Ovi

47

1
Christmas
Ugh! Ovi is killing me in these rankings! In an effort to try and win a couple extra points, I’m putting Christmas in the #1 spot. OK, Christmas isn’t HOH, but if the POV comp requires strength or stamina, Christmas has a nice shot at a win, and then I could pick up two extra points in this game. Going out on a limb here, people!
1
Enzo
I could be wrong, but Enzo has not fallen out of the top 5 for me for the past four weeks, and I think there’s a reason why. He has connections across the entire house and is on no one’s bad side. Winning HOH allows Enzo to test his relationships and also secure their loyalty. I don’t think Enzo will do a crazy big move this week and will play it safe.
2
Enzo
The New Jersey guy is HOH. I didn’t think he was in a lick of trouble even if he weren’t; Enzo is playing a great game and off everyone’s radar. But that HOH win lands him in my #2 spot this week.
2
Cody
Enzo’s right-hand man, Cody continues to hold a strangle on the house as he is controlling most of the moves happening. His biggest threat, Kaysar, is who he has his eyes on this week to take out.
3
Cody
Zero chance that Enzo would put up Cody, even as a pawn.
3
Tyler
Tyler has been put to the test this past week as he has had to focus on cleaning up David’s mistakes and try to rebuild relationships with Da’Vonne and Bayleigh. While he still stands in a strong place in the house, his former ally David might be in trouble this week and Tyler might not want to stick his head out again to try to save him.
4
Tyler
Tyler lucked out this week with an Enzo win. He’s gotta lay low now, after making such a move last week. Tyler plays a masterful game, so I think he’ll try and work on regaining trust this week.
4
Christmas
Unlike her name, Christmas is performing more like a forgettable holiday in the best sense possible. Not on anyone’s radar, Christmas is not a target for any houseguest currently, and it looks like it’ll stay that way for a bit longer.
5
Dani
Do we have a new Queen? Not sure. Dani is sure stirring up trouble, and we’ll see how it plays out over the next few weeks. For now, I think she’s probably safe for the week.
5
Nicole F
A social threat, Nicole holds the crown for being one of two winners on this season and the Twitter certified ‘Mean Girl’ of BB22. Being able to get out her main rival in the house this past week, Janelle, Nicole looks like she will be able to make a deeper run with no one surprisingly targeting her.
6
Nicole F
Nicole is all over the place this season. I’m not sure she’ll have any wedding guests at all by the time it’s over! Nonetheless, I don’t think Enzo will show her the door (front or back) just yet.
6
Bayleigh
One of the few houseguests playing a phenomenal social game while hindered by her own allies. From the messiness of David’s gameplay, the target set on Da’Vonne, and the perceived game threat of Kaysar staying in the house, Bayleigh knows that her current allies’ days are numbered. She looks to be safe this week, but as the numbers dwindle from her side, Bayleigh might find herself in a tough position soon.
7
Memphis
While his alliance might distrust him for throwing the comps, there are still too many HGs in this game to start voting out themselves before those outside the alliance.
7
Memphis
One of the few old-school players who defected early to the new-school side, Memphis continues to play a game of bluntness and numbers with his main target set on David. While someone I imagine to be the first to go within his alliance, Memphis looks to be safe this week with Enzo in power.
8
Bayleigh
I’m definitely impressed with Bayleigh this season. Sure, she isn’t in the majority alliance, which puts her at risk, but she’s shown herself to be skilled at diffusing conflict and building trust. We’ve also seen that she’s thinking of her own game first. All these are positive signs for surviving the week.
8
Dani
A gamer for sure with a plan in her mind, Dani has skated through this season playing many sides of the house. Unfortunately for her, it seems others have picked up on her type of playstyle and are looking at her to target soon. It doesn’t look like Enzo wants to take that shot now, but it’s only a matter of time until Tyler and Cody take that shot.
9
Kevin
Kevin seems to have rebounded a bit since Week 1, or perhaps, simply become invisible. Sometimes I forget he’s playing – but who knows, that could be an excellent strategy at this point. Then again, we’ve heard at least a few times that this is All-Stars not All Scared, so while the strategy could keep him in the game, we’ll need more to get the win.
9
Ian
A fan favorite and former winner, Ian has a lot going for him outside the Big Brother house. Unfortunately, right now, his only real alliance seems to be with Nicole, who has deals with others as well. Ian’s name seems to be one that always gets brought up for a potential backdoor, and I worry that he is at the bottom of the totem pole after the primary alliance picks off the ‘outsiders’. Ian needs to win some power soon so he can create some stronger alliances.
10
Da'Vonne
Da'Vonne is putting her trust in a bunch of men who don’t have her back, and Dani keeps throwing her under the bus. I think those hinky votes could get pinned on her this week. Given she wasn’t picked for the safety funishment, I think she realizes at this point that the Slick 6 is a sham. I’m having a hard time imagining the HGs sending four women out in a row, so crossing fingers Da'Vonne is safe this week.
10
Da'Vonne
Initially positioned well, Da’Vonne hasn’t done herself any favors by getting caught up in lies with David, Tyler, and Dani this past few weeks. While houseguests discuss working with her outwardly, it seems that they are very wary of her and do not trust her after she has been caught up in some lies. I worry that she could very easily be a player that goes home this week if things shake up a little.
11
Kaysar
A Kaysar eviction would be an easy move. Janelle last week, Kaysar this week. Not a lot of blood, not a lot of waves. It’s not unlikely that Enzo could prefer a quiet week given his (Enzo’s) solid positioning in the house right now. BUT, Kaysar is also a free agent, and that could bode well for anyone needing to bulk up alliance numbers. For this reason alone, I’m giving Kaysar a little breathing room and not putting him in the bottom spot.
11
Kevin
Losing ally after ally, Kevin continues to not have any agency within the Big Brother house. While he is a highly likely pick to be put on the block, I don’t think anyone necessarily wants him gone as he does not pose a threat.
12
Ian
Ian is under the same cloud since Week 1 – past winner. He can’t shake it, and so, Ian will always be at risk… until he’s out. Do I think that will happen this week? Not sure. Apparently, Enzo has mentioned that Ian doesn’t talk game with him and that is a problem. It certainly pushes Ian to the bottom of my power rankings this week.
12
David
David. David. David… Where do we start. In arguably one of the safest positions this previous week with surviving the block and garnering a lot of support from people within the house to having his closest ally Tyler win HOH, David found a way to hurt his and all his allies’ games in one night. From confronting Da’Vonne and Bayleigh about something Tyler told him, to exposing Tyler and Cody to the girls, David lost all trust from everyone. Even his closest ally Tyler, who ensured his safety in week 2 and week 3, now has said he does not want to work with him to others. David is in a tricky spot where he is the target of many, but fortunately for him, that may help him out this week with Enzo. Enzo might want to keep David around so a target stays in the house, but the house might have other ideas… We will just have to wait and see.
13
David
Oh dear. I’m not sure he knows what game he came to play. David’s oddball questions and general confusion have left us scratching our heads over his seemingly complete lack of preparation to play this All-Stars game. This leads to an element of unpredictability in conversations and actions, which probably isn’t good for anyone’s game. So David is certainly at risk for an imminent eviction.
13
Kaysar
For the first time in history, Kaysar is playing Big Brother while Janelle is no longer in the house. Able to survive this past week, Kaysar might not get so lucky again. With Enzo’s closest ally Cody having his sights on him, Kaysar is going to need a house shake up a competition win to ensure he does not go home this week.

Written by

Martin Holmes

Martin is a freelance writer from England. He’s represented by Berlin Associates for comedy writing and writes about TV and entertainment, currently for TV Insider and Vulture, previously Digital Spy, ET Canada, and Yahoo. A finalist for the Shortlist Sitcom Search in 2012 for “Siblings,” Martin received his BA in English with Creative Writing from The University of Hull.


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