Big Brother 2 is hosted by SHSLTwisted and is also co-hosted by, NocturnalityS, Vicyclon, Fasthotel3 & ManyPersonas.
|Big Brother 2|
|Season Run||September 29th, 2018 - November 4th, 2018|
|Prize Money||1,000 Robux|
|Previous Season||Big Brother 1: Rainbow Burst|
|Next Season||Big Brother 3: Behind the Scenes|
- BBCAN Format: This season will be different, although the house looks like the BBUS house, the game will run like BBCAN. Yes there still will be HOH and POV competitions but there will be a couple of have-not competitions aswell. Also, instead of doing a nomination ceremony straight away, the HOH will go to a room and choose a shortlist of 4 people to nominate. They will than choose 2 people to nominate out of those 4.
- Have-Nots: Have-Nots are here this season where you get to sleep in uncomfortable beds and you may receive penalties in competitions.
- Cliques: Houseguests were divided into four different teams based on different monsters. If a member of that clique won HOH, they cannot nominate other clique members as they are immune. If someone volunteers to be a have-not, the whole clique would become have-nots. Though, they could still vote to evict their fellow clique mates if they please.
- The Spook: During Week 5, the veto was changed to the Spook Veto where two nominees could be vetoed off the block by that one veto. If BOTH nominees are taken off, both the Head of Household & Veto Holder get to nominate one houseguest in their place each. If they veto one houseguest however, The Head of Household will make the only renom. If the HoH wins the Veto as well, than he/she would make both replacement nominees.
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10||Finale|
|Head of Household||Erin||Snow||Gene||Potato||Jst||Teal||Kayleigh||Kayleigh||Teal||Delicate||Teal|
|Key:||HOH||Vetoed Initial Nominee||Nominees||Replacement Nominee|
- If a houseguest has a + in their square, they won Hoh that week.
|Big Brother 2 Competition History|
|Week 1||Chess Up!||Houseguests would pick a spot on the board and would move in an L shape formation. The space that you landed on would then become red which means you cannot land on it again. Once you ran out of moves, you were eliminated from the competition. Last houseguest standing would win the first Head of Household competition of the summer!|
|Bloody Heights||Houseguests would have to run across a rope to the other while being tripped. Everytime someone reached a gray pole, they would be tripped. First houseguest to run their way to the other side of the course and back would win the First Power of Veto of the summer.|
|Week 2||Pig Brawl||2 Houseguests were selected at random and had to compete in a pig fight to stay in the competition. The winner of the competition would eliminate the other person and could pick the next two people to go. This would continue until there are two people left and the winner of that round will win the Head of Household Competition.|
|The Quest Of The Missing Skeleton Arms||Houseguests would have to walk around the graveyard to find skeleton arms which they would have to count. Once, they thought they had the correct answer they would run to a grave to answer it. If they were wrong, they had to wait 1 minute until they could answer again. The person who got the correct answer of skeleton arms would win the Power of Veto.|
|Week 3||Shaky Expectations||Houseguests would balance on top of balls that would start to move at random times. They had to balance on these balls while also trying not to move it. After a bit of time and no one has fallen, they would be sitted and tripped until one houseguest is left standing who would win the Head of Household competition.|
|Punishmental Right||Houseguests will bid on punishments where the person to bid the lowest would be eliminated each round. If they somehow tied, they would go to a sword fight where the winner will win all the punishments taken and the Power of Veto. They will also get the choice to remove one of their punishments as another reward for winning.|
|Week 4||Monster Detectives||Houseguests will answer questions based on houseguests and competitions where they would have to say the name of them. If they got it right they get to eliminate another player, but if they got it wrong they were eliminated. The last houseguest standing wins the Head of Household competition.|
|Hide And Go Veto V2||Houseguests would go into the house one by one and hide their veto chip somewhere. Than one by one again they will have 60 seconds to find a veto chip of another player. When they find that players veto chip, they would wait outside until it's their turn again. This will continue until there is one veto chip left and that person wins the Power of Veto.|
|Week 5||Who Said That?||Houseguests will be given a phrase by someone which was said at either a competition, veto ceremony, nomination ceremony or eviction. They would have to give the correct username of the houseguest in order to get a point. First person to three points would win the Head of Household competitions.|
|Before or After||Houseguests will have to answer either Before or After to events that have happened this season. If they got the question wrong they would be eliminated from the competition. This would continue until only one houseguest was left, who would win the Spooky Power of Veto.|
|Week 6||Fun House||Houseguests would have to balance on a swinging swing which would go in all directions. The swing will eventually swing so much, that people would start flinging off of it. The last houseguest standing would win the Head of Household competition.|
|Fire Balls||Houseguests would go in round, where 2 people would compete and would roll their balls across a lava obstacle course with obstacles along the way. The only two ways you could win the round were if you, Made it to the end first, or if you make it the furthest without dying. If you won a round, you would be able to choose the next 2 people to go. The person who wins the final round would win the Spooky Power of Veto.|
|Week 7||Big Brother Spelling Bee||Houseguests would have to listen to a phrase or definition and must respond with a word that is related to Big Brother. They would get a point if they got the right word. The first houseguest who got to 5 points would win the Head of Household competition.|
|Stairway To Hell||Houseguests would have to complete an obby while also being timed. If they reached over 2 minutes they would be counted as disqualified. The person who had the fastest time after everyone went would win the Final spooky Power of Veto of the season.|
|Home Running!||Houseguests would have to run through a obstacle course while also being tirpped and sitted. The last person who would reach the line each round would be eliminated from the competition. This would continue until 1 houseguest was left, this houseguest would than win the Head of Household competition.|
|The Great Orbit||The houseguests would have to balance on a milk bottle with rocket attachments on it so that they could reach the milky way above. They would be sitted and tripped and it would be there job to stay on the milk bottle for as long as possible. The last houseguest standing would win the Power of Veto.|
|Week 8||Bingo Odacity||Houseguests will answer questions about previous things that had happened this summer. If they got the question right, they would be able to place their color on the bingo board. The first houseguest to score a bingo would win the Head of Household competition.|
|Stealy Theives||Houseguests would have to move crates full of stolen stuff through the ice age. If the block fell, it was out of play for the rest of the competition. The winner of the competition would be the person who had the most crates at the end of the obstacle course. This player would win the Golden Power of Veto.|
|Week 9||Ball Rummage||Houseguests would have to push balls into their tub. A black ball was worth 1 point, a white ball was worth 2 points and a red ball was worth -1 points. Houseguests would try to push black and white blocks into their tubs and red balls into others. The person with the highest score would win the Head of Household competition.|
|Minority Rules||Houseguests would answer questions about their fellow houseguests and had to answer in the minority. If they answered in the minority, their color would go on to the board. The houseguest with the most colored squares once all squares are filled wins the Golden Power of Veto.|
|Week 10||Space Events||Houseguests had to answer either before or after to previous events that happened this season. If a houseguest got a question right they would get a point, if they were incorrect however, they would get no points. The winner would be determined by the player who got the most points after 8 rounds. If there was a tie, a tiebreaker question will decide the winner. This will also secure them a spot in the final 3.|
|Block Rage!||Houseguests would have to push blocks from their freeway onto the raging roads. They would have to put blocks of houseguests into their corresponding pit-stop. If a houseguest didn't meet any requirements, they would be put in the dump. The houseguest who put all the houseguests in the right place would win the Power of Veto and secure a spot in the final 3.|
|Finale||The Ice Age||Houseguests would stand on an icy pole which was suspended over a frozen lake. Houseguests would be sitted and tripped to the point until they fell. The houseguest that stayed on the pole the longest would win the First part of the final Head of Household competition and would automatically move on to part 3.|
|Having A Ball!||Houseguests would have to move clique colored balls into their respective tub. Houseguests would have to put the clique balls into the tub that represented the week that a person from that clique was evicted. The first houseguest to finish this puzzle would win the Second part of the final Head of Household competition and will face the winner of part 1 in part 3.|
|Big Brother Scales||Houseguests would answer opinionated questions about their jurors. Jurors would say something about the season and the houseguests would be given 2 options. They must select the right answer to get a point, the person with the most points at the end of 6 rounds would become the Final Head of Household of the summer.|
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10||Week 11||Finale|
|Day 73||Day 78|
|Key:||HOH||Evicted||Nominated||Rep: Replacement Nominee||Spook POV||Veto Winner|
16 houseguests entered the Big Brother 2 house to win the 1000 robux grand prize. When the houseguests first walked in, the first thing they saw that was different was the memory wall. Instead of it being split into 2, it was split into 4 parts with each part having 4 houseguests representing a monster. This was there clique, it was either the Vampires, Witches, Zombies or Werewolves. At the first HOH competition of the summer, the houseguests had to play chess where they had to eliminate the opposing cliques. The last houseguest standing won the first hoh of the summer, which turned out to be Erin. Erin decided to target the zombie clique for eviction and nominated Viva and Ten for eviction. At the veto selections, Envor, Jst and Gene were pulled to participate in a balancing competition. They had to walk across a tight rope while also getting tripped, the first houseguest to get to the end and back would win the competition. Ten ended up winning this competition and decided to use the veto on himself, to this, Erin decided to nominate Envor in his place. At the first live eviction of the summer, Poor, Sweet Viva said bye bye to her houseguests when she was evicted by a vote of 10-3 making her the first person evicted.
After the eviction of Viva, the houseguests entered the backyard for a 1v1 competition where they had to knock blocks off platforms. The competition came down to Jst and Snow with Snow winning the competition. Before Snow could start his nominations, he had to choose a clique to be have-nots and he chose the Vampire clique. At the nomination ceremony, Snow nominated Erin for targeting his clique last week and Delicatlies as a pawn. At the veto pickings, Cheese, Potato and Genesins were chosen to participate in a counting competition. Delicatlies ended up winning the competition and obviously used the veto on herself. Snow decided to nominate Ghost in her place. The final vote ended up in a tie vote of 6-6 with Snow casting his vote to evict Erin for coming after his clique last week.
After the eviction of Erin, the houseguests entered the backyard for a endurance competition where they had to balance on shaky balls. The competition came down to Cheese and Gene with Gene winning the competition and avenging the Werewolves. Gene decided to make the Witches have-nots for the week. At the nomination ceremony, Gene decided to nominate snow and envor for eviction as they were the most responsible for erin's eviction. At the veto pickings, Delicate, Ten and Kayleigh were chosen to participate in a punishment competition. The competition came down to Delicate and Envor with Delicate winning not only her veto, but her punishments. Delicate received the following punishments, the next 2 HoH's control her vote, she cannot play in the next 2 HoH competitions and she is a have-not for the whole summer. At the veto ceremony, Delicate decided to use the veto on Snow with Ten going up in his place. At the third live eviction of the summer, Envor was evicted by a near unanimous vote of 10-1.
After the eviction of Envor, the houseguests entered the backyard for a remembering competition which came down to Potato and Kayleigh with Potato pulling out his first win of the summer. Just before they thought it was over, Twisted announced that the clique twist was officially over and that Oreo was expelled for inactivity. Potato decided to name Ghost, Cheese & Ten as have-nots with delicate joining them thanks to her punishment. At the nomination ceremony, potato decided to nominate the duo of Jst and Ghost for eviction to ensure one of them would go home. At the veto pickings, Kayleigh, Deli and Teal were pulled to participate in a veto chip finding competition. The competition came down to Deli and Jst with Jst winning the veto. Jst decided that it would be best to use the veto on herself, forcing Potato to nominate Cheese in her place. Ghost was then evicted by a vote of 8-1.
After the eviction of Ghost, houseguests entered the backyard for a phrase competition where they had to remember phrases from previous ceremonies. Jst ended up winning with 3 points making her the Head of Household for this week. Jst decided to name Ten, Brandon and Potato alongside Delicate as have-nots for the week. At the nomination ceremony, Jst decided to nominate Potato and Ten for eviction. At the veto pickings, Kayleigh, Cheese & Snow were pulled to participate in before and after competition. Snow ended up winning the spook veto and decided to save both Potato & Ten from eviction. Snow decided to nominate Brandon in his place and Jst nominated Cheese in his place. At the live eviction, Cheese was evicted by a vote of 6-2, becoming the 2nd member of the jury.
After the eviction of Cheese, the houseguests entered the backyard for a balancing competition. The competition came down to Teal & Kayleigh with Teal pulling out her first win of the summer. Teal decided to name Genes and Brandon alongside Delicate as the have-nots for the week. At the nomination ceremony, Teal decided to nominate her have-nots, Genes and Brandon for eviction. At the veto selections, Ten, Kayleigh and Potato were pulled to participate in a ball rolling competition. The competition came down to Kayleigh and Teal with Kayleigh flopping at the end and Teal pulling out the win, making her the first person to control a week this season. At the veto ceremony, Teal decided to discard her veto to keep her nominations the same and get out her target. At the live eviction, Genes was evicted by a vote of 4-3, becoming the 3rd member of the jury. Just after the eviction, Delicateiy decided to walk from the game as it was very stressful and had a very personal problem that she needed time to recover from, thus making her quit.
After the eviction of Genes, the houseguests entered the backyard for a spelling bee competition where they had to say the word that was referred to the definition or phrase. Kayleigh pulled out a win, securing her first win of the summer. Kayleigh decided that brandon and ten would be have-nots alongside Delicate for the week. At the nomination ceremony, Kayleigh decided to nominate her 2 have-nots, Brandon & Ten for eviction. At the veto pickings, Teal, Delicate & Snow were chosen to compete in a racing comp where the fastest time would win. Delicate won the competition by 6 seconds infront of Ten, securing her 3rd power of veto win of the season. She decided to not use the spook pov which means that the spook pov was now out of play for the rest of the season. At the live eviction, Ten said goodbye to the house and hello to jury when he was evicted by a vote of 4-1. But Twisted announced that the night wasn't over yet because it was a double eviction!
Instantly after Ten's departure, the houseguests went to the backyard to test their listening skills while also running. Teal ended up winning the competition and made her nominations clear. Teal decided to nominate both Snow & Jst for eviction with Brandon & Delicate still being the have-nots. At the veto pickings, Kayleigh, Delicate & Potato were chosen to participate in a balancing competition. Delicate ended up winning again, securing her 4th veto win of the summer. Delicate decided to yet again discard the power of veto. At the 2nd live vote of the night, Jst said her goodbyes when she was evicted by a vote of 3-1 becoming the 5th member of the jury.
After the evictions of Ten & Jst, the houseguests entered the backyard for a bingo-trivia like competition. The competition was not even close with Kayleigh pulling away with the win. Kayleigh decided to name Green & Potato along side Delicate as the final have-nots of the season. Kayleigh decided to nominate Brandon & Delicate for eviction. At the veto draws, everyone was chosen to play in a block pushing competition. The competition was yet again, not even close with Kayleigh pulling away with another win, being the 2nd to control a week. Kayleigh decided it would be best to discard the power of veto. At the live eviction, just before Twisted revealed the votes, Brandon had decided to walk from the game for personal reasons, thus cancelling the week with Kayleigh still being able to compete in the next HoH competition.
After Brandon left, the houseguests entered the backyard for a long awaited ball competition where they had to push balls into their tub to gain points. Teal won the competition against Kayleigh by 14 points, winning her 3rd HoH competition and 4th over-all win of the summer. Teal decided to nominate Kayleigh & Snow for eviction. At the veto pickings, yet again everyone was able to play in a trivia competition where the person with the most colors on the wall would win. Snow was pulling ahead for the entire competition and won it and decided to use his veto on himself. With this, Teal decided to nominate Potato in his place. Although, at the eviction, both Potato & Kayleigh gave good speeches with both of them throwing each other under the bus. But in the end, it was Teal's decision to evict either of them, and she chose the threat that could go all the way to the end, Kayleigh, who was sent home in 5th..
After the eviction of Kayleigh, the houseguests entered the backyard for a trivia competition where they would have to answer before or after to certain events. Potato & Delicate were neck and neck throughout the entire competition, but Delicate got the last question correct, securing her spot in the final 3. Delicate decided to nominate Potato & Snow for eviction as they were both threats and she thought they were both in an alliance together to get her out. At the veto competition, Teal pushed her way to the end, securing herself also a spot in the final 3. At the veto ceremony, Teal chose to discard. Teal had the only vote of the night and decided to evict snow as he was a much bigger threat to win than Potato.
After Snow's evictions, the houseguests entered the backyard for the first part of the 3 part hoh competition which was balancing on an icy pole. In less than 2 minutes, Delicate was able to stay on the longest, moving on straight to part 3. During part 2, Teal and Potato competed against each other in a clique remembering competition. Teal was able to finish the fastest and was now facing Delicate in the final competition of the summer. Teal knew the jurors opinions well and was able to win the final HoH of the summer. Even though Teal was allied with Delicate for the whole game, She knew if she wanted to win, that she had to cut her loose. Teal decided to evict Delicate as she was a much bigger threat to win than Potato.
Season 2 ended with Teal being crowned the winner by a vote of 6-3. Cheese, Genes & Snow all voted for Potato while everyone else voted for Teal to win the season.