If the last round of Celebrity Big Brother was pain, this one was really more just resignation. The previous week saw Carson Kressley finally take power after being on the block for most of the game – only for everything to go wrong. After being gaslighted for the whole week by the entire house, he agreed to put his close ally Shanna Moakler up and out. He wasted his week and he and Cynthia were right back where they started.

The one bright spot was that the two of them cut a deal with Toddrick and Meisha – which the latter two had no real intention of honoring. Still, it might have protected them for one week, but it wasn’t to be. At a hilarious HOH competition focused on identifying the ingredients in bizarre cocktail concoctions, Todd Bridges proved himself to be a taste savant and swept the rounds, winning his first Celebrity Big Brother competition. Carson had no deal with him, and was firmly back at the bottom of the pecking order.

It was no surprise that Carson was target #1, but he did get a ray of hope when Todd decided to nominate a pawn instead of Cynthia. This gave Carson hope that Cynthia could win veto and keep both of them safe. Lamar, chosen to go up against Carson, barely seemed to notice and continued his streak of being hilariously zen and out of it for most of the game. In this mess of a Celebrity Big Brother season, he may be the most likable player.

There was only one problem – Cynthia has never won a competition, and that didn’t change this week. The veto was one of the toughest competitions in Celebrity Big Brother history, an intense memory challenge involving a digital version of Three-Card Monte. While Cynthia put up a good fight, it was Meisha who won yet another challenge and took veto. It was pretty clear she wouldn’t use the veto, so Carson shifted his strategy.

The plot centered on convincing Meisha and Toddrick that it was time to break up Todd and Lamar, and they actually made a good case. But it was really never much in doubt – they wouldn’t not take the opportunity to get out their biggest competition, and Carson became the fifth person voting out of Celebrity Big Brother. Unlike Carson, Meisha and Toddrick didn’t miss their shot.

And with that, we enter the last few days of Celebrity Big Brother. There was a recap episode on Saturday, but the action resumes on Sunday with a new HOH.

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Celebrity Big Brother Round Seven Head of Household – Toddrick Hall

So almost at the very end of the game, this season’s villain finally takes power. Who will he put up and out? Below, the penultimate power rankings for Celebrity Big Brother S3.

HOH – Toddrick

  1. Meisha – I think Toddrick will still want to keep her safe this week – although rumors of a Celebrity Cookout abound.
  2. Lamar – He’s not seen as a threat and is so laid back he can probably coast to the end.
  3. Todd – He’s becoming a bigger threat, and Toddrick may just take this oppportunity to break up him and Lamar.
  4. Cynthia – Yeah, the odds aren’t good she’ll last much longer than her BFF.
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