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    Memphis Garrett was evicted by his fellow houseguests in a shocking elimination on Thursday’s episode of Big Brother: All-Stars.

    Going head-to-head with castmate Christmas Abbott, 38, the 37-year-old restaurateur had felt pretty sure he was a lock to stay and make it through the elimination to next week.

    Instead, he was voted out by his own Wise Guys’ alliance members, Cody Calafiore, 29, and Enzo Palumbo, 42, after his relentless scheming proved him to be too much of a threat.

    Shocking elimination: Memphis Garrett was evicted by his fellow houseguests in a shocking elimination on Thursday’s episode of Big Brother: All-Stars

    ‘Memphis, I loved our Final Two,’ Cody told him in a goodbye message. ‘But you started to pull some shady stuff. You wanted to create two versions of the Wise Guys! I wanted to give myself the best chance to win, and I don’t feel like that was sitting next to you.’

    The season 22 episode started just after Head of Household Nicole Franzel, 28, won the golden power of veto and resolved to keep Christmas and Memphis on the chopping block.

    Christmas felt certain that Nicole had done that because she wanted Memphis gone, which was true, but she didn’t know that Nicole also had a Final Two with Cody.

    Memphis had no idea that people were talking behind his back, but he wasn’t bothered by his stint on the block, saying, ‘I could care less if Nicole used the P.O.V.’

    Felt confident: The 37-year-old restaurateur had felt pretty sure he was a lock to stay and make it through the elimination to next week, but he was evicted by a 2-0 vote

    Felt confident: The 37-year-old restaurateur had felt pretty sure he was a lock to stay and make it through the elimination to next week, but he was evicted by a 2-0 vote

    Major threat: Memphis engaged in relentless scheming that proved him to be too much of a threat

    Major threat: Memphis engaged in relentless scheming that proved him to be too much of a threat

    ‘I feel confident that the Wise Guys will be here next week,’ he asserted. ‘Cody and Enzo are gonna keep me around because I benefit both of their games.’

    Just to be safe, Memphis told Cody that Christmas had tried to get Nicole to backdoor him.

    ‘I’d be so p***ed’ if that happened,’ he suggested to Cody as the two of them played pool.

    Farewell message: 'Memphis, I loved our Final Two,' Cody Calafiore told him in a goodbye message. 'But you started to pull some shady stuff. You wanted to create two versions of the Wise Guys! I wanted to give myself the best chance to win, and I don't feel like that was sitting next to you'

    Farewell message: ‘Memphis, I loved our Final Two,’ Cody Calafiore told him in a goodbye message. ‘But you started to pull some shady stuff. You wanted to create two versions of the Wise Guys! I wanted to give myself the best chance to win, and I don’t feel like that was sitting next to you’

    Memphis didn’t know that Nicole had already told Cody about that plan, or that she had mentioned that Memphis was also in on it, saying, ‘He wants you gone big time.’

    In a confessional, Cody said, ‘Memphis and I have been working together since the beginning of this game, but he’s been going behind my back to create alliances without me in them, then trying to put me on the block to get backdoored. The fact that Memphis is lying to me and saying he would be p***ed if I went on the block is laughable.’

    He spoke to himself about it all, saying of Memphis, ‘Brother, I am decades ahead of you in this game. Decades. I’m playing a whole ‘nother season. Right now, you’re still in the first one.’

    Decades ahead: Cody spoke to himself about it all, saying of Memphis, 'Brother, I am decades ahead of you in this game. Decades. I'm playing a whole 'nother season. Right now, you're still in the first one'

    Decades ahead: Cody spoke to himself about it all, saying of Memphis, ‘Brother, I am decades ahead of you in this game. Decades. I’m playing a whole ‘nother season. Right now, you’re still in the first one’

    ‘Bro, I was gonna be nowhere near the block this week,’ he added. ‘And it’s gonna be funny to see your face on Thursday when it’s a 2-0 vote and you’re the one going to meet Julie.’

    Enzo wasn’t as certain as Cody that Memphis was the one to eliminate, reasoning that he’d be more likely to protect him going forward than Christmas would.

    He considered urging Cody to split their vote so that Nicole would have to break the tie at the eviction ceremony and ‘get blood on her hands’ by choosing who to cut.

    Not sure: Enzo Palumbo wasn't as certain as Cody that Memphis was the one to eliminate, reasoning that he'd be more likely to protect him going forward than Christmas Abbott would

    Not sure: Enzo Palumbo wasn’t as certain as Cody that Memphis was the one to eliminate, reasoning that he’d be more likely to protect him going forward than Christmas Abbott would

    When the time came, Memphis failed to move either of the two men with his speech.

    ‘Your word is everything in this game,’ he said. ‘And I’ve played it very straightforward with mine. I hope you can continue to keep me in this house so I can continue to play that way.’

    In the diary room, Enzo said, ‘I vote to evict the beast, Memphis,’ and Cody concurred.

    Ceremony speech: 'Your word is everything in this game,' Memphis said during his speech. 'And I've played it very straightforward with mine. I hope you can continue to keep me in this house so I can continue to play that way'

    Ceremony speech: ‘Your word is everything in this game,’ Memphis said during his speech. ‘And I’ve played it very straightforward with mine. I hope you can continue to keep me in this house so I can continue to play that way’

    When he learned that he’d been ousted two to zero, Memphis looked strangely unsurprised, and grabbed his bag as the houseguests praised his game.

    Outside the BB house, he told show host Julie Chen-Moonves, 50, that he knew he was a threat after winning HoH three times.

    ‘Ultimately, they didn’t see me as an asset to their game, even though I thought I was,’ Memphis acknowledged, saying he felt ‘a little blindsided.’

    The host: Outside the BB house, Julie Chen-Moonves, 50, interviewed Memphis after his exit

    The host: Outside the BB house, Julie Chen-Moonves, 50, interviewed Memphis after his exit

    He swore he would have taken Cody and Enzo to the final three and revealed that Enzo would have been the one sitting next to him at the end.

    Memphis also said he’d felt a change in the house that day, and realized something was up.

    ‘I had a feeling that it wasn’t going to go as planned,’ he admitted.

    Felt it: 'I had a feeling that it wasn't going to go as planned,' Memphis admitted

    Felt it: ‘I had a feeling that it wasn’t going to go as planned,’ Memphis admitted

    As the show closed, former houseguest Kaysar Ridha, 39, told the four remaining houseguests via video that their next HoH competition would be Knight Moves, a giant chess-related game.

    The winner would be assured of a spot in the final three and in the final HoH competition.

    The show earlier made a visit to the BB jury house, where evicted houseguests watched Tyler Crispen’s journey on a recent episode.

    Former houseguest: As the show closed, former houseguest Kaysar Ridha, 39, told the four remaining houseguests via video that their next HoH competition would be Knight Moves, a giant chess-related game

    Former houseguest: As the show closed, former houseguest Kaysar Ridha, 39, told the four remaining houseguests via video that their next HoH competition would be Knight Moves, a giant chess-related game

    Chess game: The winner of Knight Moves would be assured of a spot in the final three and in the final HoH competition

    Chess game: The winner of Knight Moves would be assured of a spot in the final three and in the final HoH competition

    Da’Vonne Rogers, 32, asked Tyler, 25, if he had been genuine in offering to leave the show so that she and Bayleigh Dayton, 27, the season’s only two Black women, could rise.

    ‘I was one million percent dead serious,’ Tyler said, tearing up. ‘I felt so terrible that you guys [got evicted]. I felt so bad. And I felt like I was the reason. But that was genuine.’

    ‘I’m sorry it worked out that way,’ he told Da’Vonne, as they hugged.

    The ex-houseguests then got video messages from their loved ones.

    Big Brother: All-Stars will return Monday on CBS.

    Candid conversation: Da'Vonne Rogers, 32, asked Tyler, 25, if he had been genuine in offering to leave the show so that she and Bayleigh Dayton, 27, the season's only two Black women, could rise

    Candid conversation: Da’Vonne Rogers, 32, asked Tyler, 25, if he had been genuine in offering to leave the show so that she and Bayleigh Dayton, 27, the season’s only two Black women, could rise

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