Big Brother 16 Foul Play – Was Cody Calafiore’s HoH Competition Disqualification Unfair?

Big Brother 16 Foul Play - Was Cody Calafiore's HoH Competition Disqualification Unfair?

Welcome to Greek Week in the Big Brother 16 house, this HOH competition was played in two parts; the sorority sisters played in the first round of the competition and the winner will be the first HOH for the night with the fraternity brothers playing next in an identical competition; the winner of that competition is the second HOH.

This competition was called BB Rager, houseguests made their way across the balance beam into the stack of kegs on the other end, one at a time they must move their kegs across the lawn and stack them in front of the frat house. Fall off the balance beam or drop a keg and they are out of the competition. The first houseguest to transfer all six kegs to the front of the frat house and buzz in will be the new HOH.

Big Brother announced that they reviewed the video tape of the HOH competition and Cody Calafiore fouled in a Big Brother first.

Cody was the HOH for about five minutes then Julie called everyone in for a meeting and told him that his foot hit the floor before he hit the buzzer and was therefore disqualified and Devin was made the HOH.

I think it wasn’t fair, Julie only said they couldn’t fall off the beam when they were transporting the kegs, she said nothing about after all kegs were transported and Cody did not fall off, he put his foot down and buzzed in. What are your thoughts? Do you think it was a fair call, do you think Devin deserved to win?


3 responses to “Big Brother 16 Foul Play – Was Cody Calafiore’s HoH Competition Disqualification Unfair?”

  1. Carlos Vidal says:

    WTF if he fell its over, he is out. By this logic Hayden wouldn’t have been out either. I know everyone hates Devin but the rules are the rules and just because you probably love Cody to death and think he is the hottest doesn’t mean he is above the rules.
    Not one did he say that the call wasn’t fair. In fact he said he wished that he had jumped off the platform to try and hit the buzzer when there was a cone thing protecting it

  2. […] Chen announced that he fouled by stepping down before hitting the buzzer during the competition and disqualified him, Devin was put up as a replacement […]

  3. BxNY says:

    Devin also stepped off the beam and walked on the grass during the competition. How is it that he did not foul out?