judd ginamarie big brother 15 'Big Brother 15' schedule this week, plus Power of Veto ceremony resultsThings are getting a little wacky in the “Big Brother 15” house this week, so we’ve got all the information for you regarding the schedule for the next couple days, plus the Power of Veto ceremony results.

Today the houseguests were given their suitcases (for the two people on the block) and were told that someone is leaving tomorrow. The feeds will go dark sometime tomorrow so that we don’t know anything ahead of Wednesday’s show, but there will be an audience present for the eviction, so you can tune in here for spoilers anyway.

The eviction will be between Judd and GinaMarie, after McCrae took himself off the block. Who is going home? It’s 6 to 5 and pick ’em at this point. Spencer, Andy and McCrae have been waffling for several days over which person to evict and we expect they’ll continue waffling right up until it’s time to vote.

The only thing we don’t expect is a 1-1 tie, because Spencer adamantly does not want to have to be the tiebreaker and Andy and McCrae don’t seem inclined to make him do so.

Anyway, so after someone goes home tomorrow, they will have the Final 4 Head of Household competition, nominations, a Power of Veto and the POV ceremony between tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday) and Thursday’s live eviction show.

The live show will recap all that for us and then someone on the block will be evicted, leaving a Final 3 in the house. We expect the first round of the final HOH comp to start on the live show and continue into the night on the live feeds, since it is typically an endurance competition.

Even though the feeds are about to go down for a couple days, it’s usually worth it to have for the final week, so sign up now if you haven’t already.

Posted by:Andrea Reiher

TV critic by way of law school, Andrea Reiher enjoys everything from highbrow drama to clever comedy to the best reality TV has to offer. Her TV heroes include CJ Cregg, Spencer Hastings, Diane Lockhart, Juliet O'Hara and Buffy Summers. TV words to live by: "I'm a slayer, ask me how."