SPOILER ALERT: You do NOT want to keep reading if you haven’t yet watched tonight’s two-hour season finale of “Big Brother Canada”;, because some huuuuuge spoilers lie ahead.
The night fans have been waiting for finally arrived, bringing us a threeway showdown nobody could have predicted when the season began: Kelsey (“the comeback kid”;) vs. brothers Phil and Nick (“the longshots”;) and wildcard “Big Brother Australia”; winner Tim (“the legend”;).
The finale kicked off with an arctic-themed puzzle challenge that left Kelsey in the dust — or, as the case may be, fake snow. In a subsequent challenge testing the remaining contenders’ knowledge of their fellow houseguests, it was Tim who found himself stymied, and ultimately forfeited. This was followed by a “Tron”;-like game show to test the finalists’ knowledge of the jury.
The first evictee of the night was Tim, who shared his feelings on the “Big Brother Canada”; experience with host Arisa Cox.
“The whole game it was that decision, “I could lie, I could manipulate, I could win!’ But is that what I actually came here for? I just came here for an adventure, and I got that.”;
Finally it was time for Kelsey and the brothers to undergo an intense cross-examination by the jury, who asked all manner of probing questions that yielded often-surprising answers (and we even got an update on Ramsey’s dad, who is apparently doing much better after suffering a heart attack several weeks ago).
After the votes were tallied, this season’s winner of “Big Brother Canada”; was revealed to be…
… Nick and Phil, marking the first time two people have simultaneously won, with the Ottawa bros set to retunr home a $100,000 richer.
Following the finale, ET Canada’s Jake Mossop chatted with Nick and Phil about their winning strategy:
And that’s all folks, until “Big Brother Canada”; returns with a fifth season in 2017.