Big Brother All-Stars

Power Rankings (Round 8)

The reality showdown 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 Da’Vonne in 9th place, earning her 9 points. Meanwhile, Ovi had Da’Vonne ranked in 10th place, giving him 10 points. Ovi remains in the lead with 92 points, while Chrissy has 82.

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.

Chrissy

82

Ovi

92

1
Cody
We’re losing a third of the house this week, and without knowing who’s HOH for the second and third evictions, anything goes. Plus, we don’t know who’s going for power versus prizes (it’s All-Stars, they better ALL go for power). Cody won the first HOH, and I think he’s sitting pretty for the next two. He’s got strong alliances with multiple people and hasn’t gotten shady.
1
Cody
While this might be Cody’s second HOH win of the season, he has essentially controlled every week‘s nominations. With the houseguests expecting a double eviction (but in fact it is a triple eviction), the decision to nominate someone might not be as simple as it seems this week.
2
Enzo
A final two with Cody and two final threes with Memphis are putting this HG in a good spot. I said in a previous Power Ranking that “I think the Committee will implode before Enzo goes home.” I think we’ll see that happen this week. I expect Enzo to last, but the six-HG Committee? Maybe not so much.
2
Enzo
Arguably one of Cody’s closest allies, Enzo has not been mentioned to even touch the block this season yet. Solidified in his ‘wise guys’ alliance with Memphis and Christmas, Enzo is in a solid position.
3
Christmas
She’s playing a strategic game. Christmas now has a final two with Tyler, a final three with Memphis and Enzo, and a deal with David. Plus, as one of only three women remaining, she may be off Dani and Nicole’s radars. Let’s add that she’s a strong competitor and has a good shot at winning comps. All these land Christmas in my top third for the week.
3
Tyler
Thwarting Memphis’ plans to backdoor David this past week, will Tyler find a way to save David again? It is yet to be determined. But all we know is that Tyler’s bond with Cody is going to keep himself safe in the house this week.
4
Tyler
Tyler is playing an exceptional game. Last week we saw him do exactly what he wanted (not use the veto) and find a way to get bullheaded Memphis excited about a plan he didn’t develop. That’s impressive. I think Tyler’s days of wanting to bail on the game are over, and we’re going to see him push through---at least this week.
4
Nicole F
While safe this week, Nicole is moving towards the bottom of the totem pole every new week as she continues to lose potential allies as well as jury votes. This week she is safe, but next week who knows?
5
Memphis
I honestly cannot figure out how Memphis is still in this game. He bosses people around constantly and talks to the others like they’re idiots. Maybe he’s the ultimate goat (lowercase)? I’ll place him squarely in the middle of my rankings to reflect my uncertainty.
5
Memphis
Love him or hate him (and according to Twitter, most aren’t the biggest fans), Memphis is racking up a resume. With two HOH wins, and the creation of the majority alliance, Memphis isn’t as big of a target as he should be in this house. Most likely safe this week, Memphis continues to lay the seeds to get him into that Final 2.
6
David
Ah, David. Curiously, he’s evading eviction week after week, and in my #6 spot, I’m calling him safe again this week! If David can continue his +1 strategy, he can eke out another week. He’s already got Tyler in his corner and now Christmas. Can David continue to create allies who need him, and keep pushing on? Let’s hope so.
6
Dani
With much of her cards exposed, Dani got lucky Cody won HOH because I have a feeling that with most other houseguests, she would have been chosen as a target. She’s going to need to win vital competitions coming up to ensure her safety.
7
Dani
Dani tried laying low last week, but Da’Vonne and Kevin’s strategy to avoid putting David in the Veto comp backfired on her. Now at risk for making alliances outside of The Committee, Dani is in some trouble. She’s planted a lot of seeds of discord throughout the game so far, and these may come back to bite her this week.
7
David
While not safe by any means, and the most probable nominee next to Kevin, I have faith in David’s ability to gain Cody’s trust this week and find a way to stay in the house a little longer.
8
Nicole F
She’s the only winner left and her game seems to be unraveling a bit. With her and Dani at the bottom of the Committee, I’m not sure that she’ll survive the week. Curious how things will play out if (and when) Nicole joins Ian and Da’Vonne in the Jury House!
8
Kevin
Every week I rate Kevin on the bottom and every week he manages to survive eviction. Just because I believe he has survived the last... five evictions as a nominee, I’m putting some trust he finds a way to get out of this one.
9
Kevin
Kevin is in trouble if any of the three HOH’s want a reign without blood. Now that Da’Vonne is gone, Kevin finds himself as a free agent. Not sure that his sixth time on the block will be a charm.
9
Christmas
Me ranking Christmas this low is because I am an optimist and I feel that there’s a small chance that Kevin wins the Veto and Cody decides he doesn’t want to target David and targets Christmas instead. There’s a chance that Cody wants to separate both Memphis’ and Tyler’s connection to her, as well as weaken any counter-strike from the remaining girls. I wouldn’t bet on it, but it’s 2020, and we need at least something good to happen to us.

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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