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It's the "Summer of the Secrets' for the new houseguests of the sixth season of Big Brother.
Rachel discovers a secret bedroom in the house, and when she tells the other competitors, they get upset.
Amid a barrage of rumors and discussions about the imminent eviction, Julie Chen reveals the seven secret pairs.
Eric, the new Head of Household, appears to growing thin on many of the houseguests.
Hours before the Power of Veto contest, two fights break out between Ivette & Kaysar and Eric & Michael, forcing the Big Brother producers to break up the fight.
As their time in the house together winds down, Michael and Janelle's flirtation evolves into a deep attraction, involving lots of displays of affection.
The new Head of Household takes the mattes of the house into his own hands.
Kaysar puts his plan into motion, and approaches certain people to join an alliance with him.
Things begin to cool down in the house when the houseguests gather around in the living room and spill most - if not all - of their secrets.
Maggie attempts to wreak havoc on the house after Eric's eviction by trying to take out a power player in the house with her nominations.
Eric's eviction continues to play a part in the house, as Ivette has a meltdown because of it, and Maggie continues to seek her revenge on those who ousted Eric.
In the fourth live show of the season, host Julie Chen reveals some surprising news: one evicted houseguest will be brought back into the game.
Instead of going along with their alliance, Head of Household Howie and his partner, Rachel, work together with "The Friendship" to try to get double-crosser James out of the house.
James and Sarah, shocked and betrayed at Howie's nominations, vow to win the veto in order to keep James alive.
Julie Chen announces the news that everyone has been waiting for: which evicted houseguest will be reentering the game, which she ultimately reveals is fan favorite.
The Head of Household challenge from last week's episode culminates in the longest competition in Big Brother history - over 12 hours.
The members of the Sovereign Five fight as hard as they can to persuade Jen not to waver from their initial agreement to rid the house of a certain roommate.
With Jennifer's choice of nominating house favorite Kaysar for eviction, the entire house clashes against each other, and Jen isn't the only victim.
Janelle and Howie are still fuming over Kaysar's eviction, and now that they have the power, they rub it in the faces of "The Friendship."
James struggles to continue to play both sides and, doing what he feels will be best for him.
As James continues to play both sides, the other players are slowly beginning to realize that they will need each other in order to win.
Janelle and Howie look to the future and scramble to find a way to survive in the Big Brother 6 house when an unexpected opportunity falls in their lap.
James has been successfully "backdoored" by the rest of the house, giving him no chance of saving himself. Still, he doesn't give up without a fight.
In the action-packed double eviction week episode, Howie and Janelle follow through with their plans to split up the last "secret" pair in the house.
Janelle and Howie, who expect to be nominated, think out a potential plan for both of them to stay in the game.
Janelle's plan to keep Howie in the house falls through when Ivette singlehandedly sends Howie into the sequester house.
Janelle wins a trip to the set of Two And A Half Men.
The Friendship Alliance appears to crack when Ivette wins the Golden Power of Veto.
After a grueling three-part competition, the winner makes a decision that may change the jury's opinion of them.
A vote is held to determine the winner of the game, one of the most surprising and personal seasons of the show ever.
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