CBS airs the episodes of "Big Brother" season 19 every Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EDT, Thursdays at 9 p.m. EDT, and Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT.
Jessica won the third and final Den of Temptation on Big Brother 19.
Jessica had nominated Josh as her target because he didn't get along with Cody and herself. In fact, they often get into heated arguments. When the nominations went down, Jessica nominated Josh and Ramses for eviction, with Ramses being the pawn. Jessica also thought Ramses made for a good pawn because he wasn't really a threat to anyone's game.
Jessica's PoV victory set her up in a nearly-unstoppable power position. The Halting Hex allows her to cancel an Eviction Ceremony, which could spell doom for the plans of the Head of Household next week.
Jessica was in complete control, but according to the live feeds, power in the house shifted when she chose to keep nominations the same at the Veto Meeting. The BB19 cast had a lot of drama over the weekend, including Jessica Graf winning the Veto Competition, giving her complete power over the entire game. Or will Jessica and Cody feel betrayed by Kevin if he votes to evict Ramses this week? However, Elena Davis and Mark Jansen have no idea about their plans.
Meanwhile, Josh has been laughing it up to cameras thinking that Jessica screwed up royally, mainly because he hasn't bothered or offended anyone else in the house besides Cody, Mark and Jessica. If not, it looks like another week of Paul getting exactly what he wants.
Both strategies would likely ensure Josh's eviction or at least paint Jessica in a flattering light for the future Season 14 jury.
Jessica was initially anxious about keeping her nominations the same and considered nominating a different threat, Alex Ow, in Ramses' place; however, Cody convinced her that everyone would definitely take advantage of the opportunity to get rid of Josh. Instead she let Cody and Elena talk her down from the perch of paranoia only to later have Cody start to suspect what she had feared. (Although the result would have been better than losing a floater like Ramses). However, neither Jason nor Paul seemed to believe any of this. Whatever happens, Jessica and Cody are certainly in trouble if they keep trusting the wrong people.