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Developed exclusively for CBS All Access, BIG BROTHER: OVER THE TOP follows a group of people living together in a house outfitted with 87 HD cameras and more than 100 microphones recording their every move 24 hours a day. Each week, Houseguests will be evicted, and at the end the last remaining Houseguest will receive the grand prize of $250,000.
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  • Finale Who Is the Winner?

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    Finale  Who Is the Winner? It's all come down to this. Either Jason, Kryssie or Morgan will become the first winner of Big Brother: Over the Top.
    65 days ago, 13 houseguests embarked on a once-in-a-lifetime experience in a season unlike any other. Each member of the Final 3 played a completely different game, but only one can win it all. Which one of them will America deem worthy of winning the $250,000 grand prize? Let's find out in the season finale of BBOTT.
    Looking Back
    Despite BBOTT being a pretty low-budget production all throughout the season, Jason, Kryssie and Morgan get a finale hosted by Julie Chen along with a live studio audience.
    
Before we can find out who wins the grand prize, it's time for a look back at the each member of the Final 3's game. First up is Jason, who explains that due to coming in as a veteran, he had a steep mountain to climb all throughout the season. However, Jason aligned himself with some great friends and won the competition...
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  • Who's in the Final 4?

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    Who's in the Final 4? Big Brother: Over the Top is entering its final week and only four HGs will move forward. For the first time all season, there's no America's nominee and no America's eviction vote, so the game is mostly about what happens inside the house (except for one last Care Package). All season long we've had two sides of the house and while there was constant talk from the HGs that it would eventually go away by the end, it clearly hasn't.
    The HoH Competition
    Following Danielle's eviction, Morgan battles Jason, Kryssie and Justin for HoH. The first part involves answering seven questions, but the real competition is endurance. They start by standing on a circular pedestal and, every five minutes, they have to move forward to a smaller one if they get a question wrong. After the seven questions, every five minutes the remaining HGs move one step forward until they reach the smallest pedestal.
    Jason claims to be an "endurance queen" who knows this was designed for h...
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  • The Misfits Crumble as the Game Nears Its End

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    The Misfits Crumble as the Game Nears Its End As in every season of the game, the less houseguests there are, the more backstabbing goes down. Big Brother: Over the Top is sure to follow suit.
    After a shocking, tumultuous Double Eviction, it is four against two inside the house, as the Misfits have the numbers against the Plastics. However, with the power back up for grabs, Morgan and Shelby do still have a chance to regain control of the game, which could lead to the destruction of a once solid alliance. Who will rise to power and help decide who makes it to the final five? Let's find out in this all new episode.


    The Head of Household Competition
    The Misfits may have been ecstatic to see Alex go home during the Double Eviction, but they are distraught when they send Whitney packing next. However, they are happy that the four core members of their alliance are still in the house together.
    After losing one of their own and one former alliance member, Shelby and Morgan know that they only h...
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  • Is This the End of the 'Plastics'?

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    Is This the End of the 'Plastics'? The debut season of Big Brother: Over the Top has further proved that in this game, the houseguests should always expect the unexpected.
    With the power to influence several major aspects of the competition, America has helped both sides of the house (the Plastics and the Misfits) at different times throughout the season. After siding with the Plastics for quite some time, America switched things up and helped get Scott evicted from the house. Will the viewers stick with the Misfits again and get another Plastic out? Let's find out in the all new episode.
    The Head of Household Competition
    As viewers will remember, Whitney stunned her fellow Plastics by making a deal with the Misfits. She agreed to vote however they wanted her to, in exchange for Danielle using the Veto to take her off the block. This deal went through, so the Misfits hope that they can keep Whitney on their side and pick off the rest of the Plastics one by one.
    The power is then back u...
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  • Which 'Plastic' Is Joining the Other Side of the House?

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    Which 'Plastic' Is Joining the Other Side of the House? This could be the beginning of a whole new game.

    As viewers have seen so far on Big Brother: Over the Top, the houseguests have been bitterly divided into two alliances -- the Misfits and the Plastics. While it has been exciting to see the two sides feud, the game had become a bit stagnant and predictable, since the houseguests refused to step out of their alliances and work with the other side of the house. However, that all may change in the new episode, as one houseguest is looking to switch sides, throwing one formerly solid alliance into chaos.
    The Head of Household Competition

    After Neeley's eviction from the game, the house explodes. Scott repeatedly claps as she walks out the door, which disgusts the Misfits. "He's like the worst person I've met, probably ever," Kryssie says about Scott.

    Jason and Danielle end up confronting Scott about his behavior in the game. Not only are they upset with him for clapping as Neeley left the...
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  • Which Plastic Is Joining the Other Side of the House?

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    Which Plastic Is Joining the Other Side of the House? This could be the beginning of a whole new game.

    As viewers have seen so far on Big Brother: Over the Top, the houseguests have been bitterly divided into two alliances -- the Misfits and the Plastics. While it has been exciting to see the two sides feud, the game had become a bit stagnant and predictable, since the houseguests refused to step out of their alliances and work with the other side of the house. However, that all may change in the new episode, as one houseguest is looking to switch sides, throwing one formerly solid alliance into chaos.
    The Head of Household Competition

    After Neeley's eviction from the game, the house explodes. Scott repeatedly claps as she walks out the door, which disgusts the Misfits. "He's like the worst person I've met, probably ever," Kryssie says about Scott.

    Jason and Danielle end up confronting Scott about his behavior in the game. Not only are they upset with him for clapping as Neeley left the...
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  • The House Explodes After a Shocking Eviction

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    The House Explodes After a Shocking Eviction Big Brother: Over the Top has featured one of the most divided houses in the show's entire run. From early on, the Misfits and the Plastics have gone head-to-head, with the power shifting from each side of the house week after week. However, due to America's major influence over the game this season, power and competition wins mean little to nothing. Will America's favorite side of the house remain safe this week despite not holding the power? Let's find out in the all new episode.
    The Head of Household Competition
    After the Misfits break down over Shane's eviction, the houseguests come together for the next HoH competition, which is hosted by a fan favorite -- season 18's Paul and his trusty sidekick, Pablo. This competition is called "Perfect Shot." When it begins, balls will fall from above. The houseguests will have to rummage through the balls to find tokens and bring them to Paul. The amount of tokens they bring him equal the amount of attempts they have ...
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  • A Power Shift Goes Down Before the Third Eviction

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    A Power Shift Goes Down Before the Third Eviction So far on Big Brother: Over the Top, Danielle, Jason, Justin, Kryssie, Neeley and Shane have run the house as Late Night Jamboree. They, along with the help of America's Vote, have evicted both Cornbread and Monte. Now, as the third eviction of the season is about to go down, it seems as though the other side of the house has taken full control.
    The Head of Household Competition

    After Monte's eviction from the BBOTT house, his alliance members (Alex, Morgan, Scott, Shelby and Whitney) are worried that if they do not win the upcoming Head of Household competition, they will be in danger yet again.

    If one of them does win HoH, Shane may be in some serious trouble. Scott reveals that just ten minutes before the live eviction, Shane came to him, promising him that he will be completely safe by voting out Monte. Scott refused to do so, creating even more of a division between the two sides of the house.

    It's then time to crown a ne...
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  • The House is Divided Before the Second Eviction

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    The House is Divided Before the Second Eviction Big Brother: Over the Top may be a completely different version of the game than fans are used to, but if the first week in the house proved anything, it is that one element of the game is still the same -- expect the unexpected.

    With Cornbread, surprisingly, being the first houseguest evicted of the season, it is unclear where the game will go from here. Now, it seems as though five underdogs may have come together, at the right time, to begin dominating the game.
    The Head of Household Competition

    With the house divided, the stakes are high for the houseguests in this Head of Household competition, especially for a new alliance. The alliance is called Late Night Jamboree, and it is made up of Danielle, Jason, Justin, Kryssie and Shane. Despite being aligned with Monte early in the game, Shane has flipped and is sticking with this group. These houseguests are confident that they'll make it to the final five.

    In the HoH competition,...
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  • What Shocks the Houseguests Before the First Live Eviction?

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    What Shocks the Houseguests Before the First Live Eviction? Thirteen houseguests are ready to compete in a brand new game -- Big Brother: Over the Top. This season promises to be completely different from any other that has come before. The houseguests have been moved in for a week already, but all of the week's biggest events have been complied into one episode, ending with the first live eviction of the season. Who will be voted out of the house first? Let's find out in the all-new episode.
    The Move-In

    The houseguests will move into the BBOTT house one at a time. Scott, Morgan, Shane and Neeley are the first four to enter. Neeley immediately sets her sights on Shane and his long locks. "I just wanna massage his scalp," Neeley says.

    Next up are Shelby, Cornbread, Kryssie, Whitney and Justin. However, the first twist of the season is revealed when Alex walks into the house. She and Morgan are actually sisters and did not know they would be playing together. "I knew it was possible my sister Morga...
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