‘Big Brother 22’ Week 3 Safety Suite Results: Which Two Houseguests Are Safe From Eviction?

[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for Big Brother 22.]

After Nicole Anthony’s eviction during Big Brother 22 Week 2, Tyler Crispen became the following Head of Household, keeping the Unusual Suspects in power for the third week in a row. Even though Tyler has an idea of who he will nominate, the final Safety Suite competition might throw a wrench in his plans.

HOH competition - Land A Job on Big Brother's first live eviction
HOH competition – “Land A Job” on Big Brother’s first live eviction | Sonja Flemming

Nicole Anthony went home during ‘Big Brother 22’ Week 2

BB10 runner-up Memphis Garrett won the second Head of Household competition and nominated Nicole Anthony and her BB21 co-star David Alexander for eviction.

He chose Nicole A. because the BB21 finalist didn’t play in the Safety Suite competition as he advised and picked David because he wanted the “rookie” to prove himself.

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Nicole A. almost immediately broke down into tears as she didn’t understand how she ended up on the block. She began believing other houseguests she spoke to who convinced her that Janelle Pierzina set her up, turning the BB21 finalist against her ally.

Knowing people planned on voting her out due to her early association with the four-time competitor, Nicole A. attempted to disassociate with Janelle. However, it didn’t work, and the fan-favorite became the second evictee.

Tyler Crispen became Head of Household for ‘Big Brother 22’ Week 3

Immediately following Nicole A.’s eviction, the remaining houseguests, excluding outgoing HOH Memphis, competed in the Head of Household competition.

Tyler Crispen barely beat Janelle to walk away with the win, keeping the majority alliance in power for a third week in a row. Janelle and Kevin Campbell saw the writing on the wall and attempted to put their differences behind them as they know they have to work together.

The two hashed out their miscommunications and annoyances with each other and seemingly left on a good note. However, Kevin has told several houseguests that he doesn’t want to work with Janelle and plans on nurturing relationships with others, including Dani Donato Briones, Da’Vonne Rogers, and Bayleigh Dayton.

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He also briefly spoke with the new HOH, who seemingly isn’t planning on nominating him. Tyler will likely target Janelle and Kaysar as the two are outing his alliances and backdoor Unusual Suspects member Memphis as he doesn’t trust his ally. However, the Safety Suite competition might throw a wrench in his plans.

After Memphis advised nearly everyone to compete for safety, he, Enzo Palumbo, Nicole Franzel, Dani, and Tyler still have their passes to participate in the last one. Before the competition, Enzo stated he would make Da’Vonne his “plus one” because choosing David might fuel the “all guy’s alliance” rumors.

Enzo Palumbo won ‘Big Brother 22’ Week 3 Safety Suite competition

After Memphis advised nearly everyone to compete for safety, he, Enzo Palumbo, Nicole Franzel, Dani, and Tyler still have their passes to participate in the last one.

Before the competition, Enzo stated he would make Da’Vonne his “plus one” because choosing David might fuel the “all guy’s alliance” rumors. However, he ended up going with Christmas Abbott because he didn’t want to expose their alliance.

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Additionally, the BB11 star wanted to pull Christmas in as an ally. Not knowing that Tyler is already aligned with the BB19 finalist, Enzo wanted to work with her so she can eventually go after Da’Vonne, who he believes is too paranoid.

Big Brother 22: All-Stars airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on CBS. Follow Tamara Grant on Twitter.