'Big Brother' Double Eviction: Then There Were Five

A fast-paced hour of "Big Brother" as the season's second live double-elimination got under way. Poor Joe found himself on the block two times, after Frank was inevitably eliminated in the first eviction. Hard feelings or no, Frank will come to realize that he was a huge threat to win the game, so of course they were going to pounce on an opportunity to get rid of him.

Of course, doing so may have cost Dan his vote. Speaking of Dan, he turned around and won the HOH competition, positioning him at the top of the heap. He put up Joe again, this time paired with the outgoing HOH, Ian. Was this an attempt to get out another strong strategic player, or was Ian a pawn?

Viewers didn't find out because Ian went off and won his first POV of the season, immediately taking himself off the block. In his stead, Dan put Danielle next to Joe. But it was Joe who finally left the BB house.

Now it's down to the final five, with Dan hoping to become the second all-star in a row to take home the top prize, after Rachel beat the odds to do it last season. Can he take it all? Find out as "Big Brother" continues Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET and Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET.

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