This week’s eviction episode of “Big Brother Canada” served up one epic surprise for the houseguests: a fake double eviction, which would send two houseguests facing off in a head-to-head challenge, with the loser heading to the jury while the winner returns to the game.

After a check-in with the jury members — at a luxurious wilderness cottage, no less — and some emotional conversations, it was time for the first vote of the night.

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With Jedson and Breydon on the block, the intensity was palpable.

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In a unanimous vote, Kiefer, Ty and Beth — all fighting back tears — voted to evict Jedson.

As he exited, Jed was met with a huge surprise: a sign reading “Shhhhhhhhh… you’re still in the game.”

After navigating an array of corridors, Jed found himself in a secret room; sitting on a table were a note and a set of headphones. “He has no idea what’s going on or what’s coming,” host Arisa Cox told viewers before revealing to the houseguests that there would be another eviction tonight.

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Following a competition won by new HOH Tychon, it was now Tera and Beth who found themselves on the block, followed by the POV challenge, with Power of Veto going to Breydon — which, not surprisingly, he opted not to use.

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In another unanimous vote, Tera was the victim of the episode’s second fake eviction, and angrily stormed out without saying any goodbyes — only to be totally shook when met with the same “Shhhhhhhhh…” sign.

Meanwhile, back inside the house, the survivors celebrated becoming the final four — or so they thought — while Tera found herself with Jed in the secret room. “I have so much to tell you,” she whispered to him.

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That was when Arisa told the houseguests what was really going on, causing much freaking out among the not-actually final four.

Fans will have to wait until Monday to see who wins the competition that will determine whether Jed or Tera will be returning.

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In the meantime, viewers received a brief glimpse of the upcoming competition, “Heads Will Roll.”

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“Big Brother Canada” airs three nights a week on Global: Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Wednesdays at 7 p.m. ET/PT, and Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Viewers can stream the new season live or on-demand with STACKTV and the Global TV App, while the always-popular live feeds can be viewed right here — but will be down until Monday.