"Big Brother" is back! Not even a global pandemic could stop season 22, which started in August with a crop of familiar faces. It's been 14 years since the show recruited an All-Star cast, and this season, we're lucky enough to see some fan favorites and past winners compete once more for $500,000. Wonderwall.com is rounding up the biggest moments of the season so far, so keep reading to recap them all…
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Time to get started! The "Big Brother" cast masked up before heading into the house, with four houseguests entering at a time and beginning to play the first game in a Head of Household competition straight away.
The first Head of Household this season? Cody Calafiore! He advanced to the second round of competition and bested the rest by clocking the lowest time crossing those tough star steps. But instead of making a big game move and going after a former winner, Cody opted to nominate "outcasts" Keesha Smith and Kevin Campbell.
A slop twist! This season, the Have-Nots are required to pick their replacements week after week. This new element of the game spices things up by giving rivalries and frenemies the ability to inflict the Have-Not setbacks on one another directly. It also makes sure no one has the Have-Not curse two weeks in a row, as house guests aren't allowed to pick other Have-Nots that week. Among the first round of Have-Nots? A fan favorite from season 21, Nicole Anthony.
Another new twist came in the form of new rooms. The first one we learned about? The Safety Suite, where VIP house guests can compete to get safety and then pick one person they'd also like to extend immunity to as their Plus One — who also received a punishment, like the one we'll see next…
Bring on the embarrassing punishments! Janelle Pierzina was the first person who snagged one as Kaysar Ridha's Plus One after the Safety Suite competition, so she had to rock the All-Star Mascot costume for the rest of the week.
Bye, Keesha Smith! The season 10 returnee became the first person to be evicted from the "Big Brother" house by a unanimous vote of 13-0.
Memphis Garrett was the next Head of Household crowned, and he used his week to nominate Nicole Anthony and David Alexander.
Fan favorite Nicole Anthony from season 21 became the second houseguest evicted. It was a very different story for the "Big Brother" fan this time around, as she'd made it to third place on her season of the show.
Our first big alliance of "Big Brother" 22 dubbed themselves the Committee: Tyler Crispen and Nicole Franzel (seen here), Cody Calafiore, Daniele Briones, Christmas Abbott and Memphis Garrett.
The other big alliance in the house? That's the Slick Six — comprised of Tyler Crispen, Bayleigh Williams, Daniele Briones, Cody Calafiore, Da'Vonne and Enzo Palumbo. This group made their intentions clear: They wanted Janelle Pierzina and Kaysar Ridha (seen here) out.
The third Head of Household this season? Tyler Crispen from season 20. As a member of not one but two alliances gunning for the same houseguests, he nominated — you guessed it! — Janelle Pierzina and Kaysar Ridha.
Janelle Pierzina and Nicole Franzel's feud heated up! Both women are legends in "Big Brother" history, but instead of teaming up, the two have kept their distance from the very beginning. Jenelle claimed Nicole plays a "snake game" and the two had it out after Nicole picked Jenelle to be a Have-Not.