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Jason Roy

Jason Full OTT

Jason

Runner-Up
Nickname J-Dog
Birth Date August 13, 1989 (1989-08-13) (age 27)[1]
Hometown Fall River, MA
Occupation Grocery Stocker

Season Big Brother: Over The Top
Place 2nd
Alliances OTT Jamboree
Krason
The Jackolanterns
Late Night Jamboree
Loyalties Danielle Lickey
Kryssie Ridolfi
Justin Duncan
HOH Wins 2 (Weeks 6 & 9)
Times Nominated 3 (Week 1, 7, 8 & 10)
Veto Wins 3 (Weeks 1, 6 & 8)
Days 65
Evicted
Season Big Brother 17
Place 13th
Votes Against 7
Alliances The Goblins
Loyalties Da'Vonne Rogers
Meg Maley
James Huling
Jackie Ibarra
HOH Wins 1 (Week 1)
(Dethroned Week 1)
Times Nominated 4 (Weeks 2, 3, 4, & 5)
Veto Wins 0
BOTB Wins 2 (Weeks 2 & 3)
Days 43

Social Media
Twitter TheJayRoy
Instagram theofficialjayroy
SnapChat TheJayRoy

Jason Tyler Roy[2] was a HouseGuest on Big Brother 17  and is the runner-up Big Brother: Over The Top.

Jason was known for his sassy personality, his sense of humor, and his tendency to spread things throughout the house. His best friend in the house was Da'Vonne Rogers, and they both were members of The High Rollers alliance.

Throughout the season, Jason was a very strong competitior, winning 1 HoH and 2 BotB competitions within the first three weeks.

During Week 5, he was backdoored by Vanessa and went out earlier than many had hoped. His big mouth made him an instant target to The Sixth Sense alliance, who blindsided him, which resulted in his eviction by a vote of 7-2. He placed 13th. His eviction caused the power couple Clelli to be evicted during the following two weeks after his eviction.

On finale night, Jason, along with John and James, was revealed to be in the top three to win America's Favorite HouseGuest, but he lost to James.

On finale night of Big Brother 18, Julie announced that Jason was eligible to be the final houseguest in Big Brother: Over the Top, along with Season 18 houseguest Jozea Flores. Jason ended up receiving the most votes, so he got to enter the house. After entering, he was immediately targeted by the rest of the players. In week 1, HoH Monte Massongill made him the target. However, he managed to survive by winning the veto. After that, the target came off his back and he joined the Late Night Jamboree. Throughout the season he was known for his rivalry with Shelby Stockton. He was also a competition threat, winning 2 HoH's and 3 PoV's. His strong strategic play and competition wins allowed him to make it to the end. However, his rude and vulgar comments about several members of The Ball Smashers alliance, particularly Shelby, ultimately cost him the win against Morgan Willett.

BiographyEdit

Big Brother 17 Edit

Birthday: August 13, 1989

Jason may be short and skinny, but this Massachusetts boy has got a big mouth on him. Never one to shy away from conflict, Jason admits he's not easily intimidated. As a child, Jason was always picked last for team sports but would then surprise his classmates with his unwavering determination and shocking speed. Still living at home with his mother, Jason has always got along better with women and plans on having an all-female alliance upon entering the Big Brother house. He thinks the strong men should be targeted immediately and winning challenges will be a crucial part of his strategy. Jason wouldn't be caught dead lounging around the Big Brother house in his pajamas all day; he's got too much style and sass for that.

Big Brother: Over the Top Edit

Player History - Big Brother 17Edit

Competition HistoryEdit

Week 1 HOH Win
BOTB Dethroned
POV Loss
Week 2 HOH Loss
BOTB Win
POV Not Picked
Week 3 HOH Loss
BOTB Win
POV Not Picked
Luxury Loss
Week 4 HOH Loss
BOTB Loss
POV Loss
Week 5 HOH Loss
BOTB Ineligible
POV Not Picked

Have/Have-Not HistoryEdit

Week 1 Have
Week 2 Have-Not
Week 3 Have
Week 4 Have
Week 5 Have

Voting HistoryEdit

 
Week Position Voted for With Majority?
1 Dethroned HOH Jace Agolli Yes
2 BOTB Winner Meg Maley No
3 BOTB Winner Jeff Weldon Yes
4 Vetoed Audrey Middleton Yes
5 Post-POV Nominee

HOH HistoryEdit

Original Nominees Post-Veto Nominees Intended Target
Week 1
(Dethroned)
Dethroned

Player History - Big Brother: Over The TopEdit

Competition HistoryEdit

Week 1 HOH Loss
POV Win
Week 2 HOH Loss
POV Not Picked
Week 3 HOH Loss
Double POV Not Picked
Week 4 HOH Loss
POV Not Picked
Week 5 HOH Loss
POV Loss
Week 6 HOH Loss
POV Win
HOH Previous Co-HOH
Week 7 HOH Tiebreaker
HOH Tiebreaker Loss
POV Loss
Week 8 HOH Loss
Carepackage Ineligible
POV Win
Week 9 HOH Win
HTR Ineligible
Week 10 No Competitions

Have/Have-Not HistoryEdit

Week 1 Have
Week 2 Have
Week 3 Have
Week 4 Have-Not
Week 5 Have
Week 6 Have
Week 7 Have/Have-Not Phase Over
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10

Safety HistoryEdit

Week 1 Nominated
Week 2 Immune
Week 3 Safe - First Ceremony
Week 4 Safe - Second Ceremony
Week 5 Safe - First Ceremony
Week 6 Co-Head of Household
Safe - Only Ceremony
Week 7 Nominated
Week 8 Nominated
Week 9 Safety Ceremony Phase Over
Week 10

Care Package HistoryEdit

Week 1 Twist Not Active
Week 2 Loss
Week 3 Loss
Week 4 Loss
Week 5 Loss
Week 6 Win
Ineligible
Week 7 No Care Package
Week 8 Ineligible
Week 9 Carepackage Phase Over
Week 10

Voting HistoryEdit

Week Position Voted for With Majority?
1 Used POV on Self Cornbread Ligon Yes
2 Immune Monte Massongill Yes
3 Danielle Lickey No
4 Scott Dennis No
5 Ineligible
6 Co-HOH/POV
Whitney Hogg Yes
7 Nominated
8 Used POV on Self Shelby Stockton Yes
9 HOH No Voting
10 Runner-Up No Nominations

HOH HistoryEdit

Original Nominees Post-Veto Nominees Intended Target
Week 6
(Co-HOH
with Shelby)
Alex Small OTT
 America
Alex
Alex Small OTT
 Evicted
Alex
Week 9
(Final HOH)
Took Kryssie to the Finale

TriviaEdit

  • He noted in interviews that he applied for Big Brother 15 but never got a call, so he kept applying until he was chosen for Big Brother 17.
  • In one interview, Jason revealed that for his Big Brother key segment, he filmed at a random grocery store, as the one he actually works in wouldn't allow filming.
  • He was the first person to win Battle of the Block twice in Big Brother 17.
  • He was the second HouseGuest (and first male along with Steve) to win two competitions in Big Brother 17, following Becky.
  • He was either the Head of Household or nominated for eviction every week he spent inside the house during Big Brother 17.
  • As opposed to John, who was nominated during his first 4 weeks, Jason was nominated during his last 4 weeks of Big Brother 17.
  • Jason was the first former Head of Household to be evicted in Big Brother 17.
    • He is the only houseguest to win HOH and be evicted pre-jury.
  • He is the second HouseGuest to be evicted pre-jury and be a runner-up for the Fan Favorite Award, following Howard Overby from Big Big Brother 15.
  • His eviction caused James to nominate Clay and Shelli for eviction the following week.
    • Clay has said that he regrets evicting Jason, but he had to respect Vanessa's plan.
  • He is the first HouseGuest of his season to appear on The Bold & The Beautiful.
    • Meg, James, and John later appeared in the Halloween special.
  • Jason was the first HouseGuest in Big Brother: Over The Top to win the Power of Veto twice. He was later followed by Morgan Willett.
    • He is the only male to win the PoV multiple times.
    • He is the only HouseGuest to win the PoV more than once.
  • Jason was the third HouseGuest (and only male) in Big Brother: Over The Top to hold the title of Head of Household twice, following Danielle Lickey and Shelby Stockton respectively.
  • Jason won the most competitions out of any HouseGuest in Big Brother: Over The Top with five wins total (2 HoH & 3 PoVs).
    • Since Jason was gifted Co-HOH by America, he would have 4 wins.
  • Jason is the eighth HouseGuest in the history of the show to win an HoH, BotB, and PoV competition. He followed Donny Thompson, Christine Brecht, Frankie Grande, James Huling, Steve Moses, Liz Nolan, and Nicole Franzel.
  • In multiple seasons, Jason has won a total of 8 competitions (3 HoH's, 3 PoV's, and 2 BotB competitions).
    • Without the Battle of the Block or the America's Care Package, he would have five competition wins. 
  • He has the highest placement jump out of any Big Brother houseguest going from 13th place to 2nd place.
  • He is the first HouseGuest to win the first HoH and PoV but separately on two seasons.
  • Jason is the third openly gay HouseGuest to make it to the final 2. He followed Ivette Corredero from Big Brother 6 and Andy Herren from Big Brother 15.

ReferencesEdit

Big Brother 17 House Guests
BB17Small Steve
BB17Small Liz
BB17Small Vanessa
BB17Small John
BB17Small Austin
BB17Small Julia
BB17Small James
BB17Small Meg
BB17Small Becky
BB17Small Jackie
BB17Small Shelli
BB17Small Clay
BB17Small Jason
Jason
BB17Small Audrey
BB17Small Jeff
BB17Small Da'Vonne
BB17Small Jace
Winner
Runner-Up
Jury
Evicted
Big Brother: Over The Top Houseguests
Morgan Small OTT
Jason Small OTT
Jason
Kryssie Small OTT
Justin Small OTT
Shelby Small OTT
Danielle Small OTT
Whitney Small OTT
Alex Small OTT
Scott Small OTT
Neeley Small OTT
Shane Small OTT
Monte Small OTT
Cornbread Small OTT
Winner
Runner-Up
3rd Place
Evicted

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