I don't see how. Even if the veto is used, it's still extremely likely the remaining original nominee will be the one evicted since it will either be a split vote broken by Cody (who presumably wouldn't turn on Enzo or Nicole as the replacement), the other possibility is the one that comes off the block will vote for the remaining original nominee since they'll realise voting the other way is pointless because of the tie and wouldn't want to look like they're working against the house.although the Veto this week could put a spanner in the works.
I like both formats in fact so much that I’d love to be able to watch a true hybrid format one day.It took me 6 months but I have now reached BB22 on my BBUS binge starting from BB2. I am unfortunately going into this knowing the entire boot list, result and overall everything about the season but I am interested to actually watch it and develop my own opinion on it. Overall I have enjoyed watching BBUS and an more open to watching Big Brother with this new format. However, in saying that it does also make me strongly more now so than ever feel that the UK/AUS format is true Big Brother and the style that I prefer and if anything makes me want BBAU to revert back to its original format. But like I said I am open to this new format I just however strongly feel that 'Big Brother' itself is how the overseas format works. I also feel like the 2020 BBAU season really struggled to identify with one of the two formats, it was flip flopping between the two almost as if it can't decide which way it wants to go. Which really is frustrating to watch because watching a show try to be something new but at the same time hang onto something new is just plain cringeworthy and just ruins the show overall. The casting in BBUS is definitly better than I had anticipated, and the gameplay in the US also just really helps juxtapose the difference in gameplay with BBAU and BBUS. BBAU's gameplay in 2020 honestly really sucked, a lot. No one played even a semi-good game, but that is also probably because it is only the first season of this format and we may hopefully see improved gameplay on subsequent seasons ( like we did with Australian survivor). Overall watching the BBUS seasons has made me even more so a purist of Big Brother, I firmly feel the audience vote with 6 weekly episodes is what true Big Brother is and I am ever more so a proponent of the opinion that format would still work it's just a matter of production treating with respect. However I am open minded to watching the new format play out regardless of my preference, as watching gameplay is actually interesting when also mixed with house dynamic. I just really now know what I prefer in Big Brother itself.