Fans are wondering where do houseguests go when in the Nether Region on BB 25 where houseguests go after the fourth houseguest, Bowie Jane, teleported there as well as the second HOH competition took place there when all the houseguests ended up falling into a portal.
Well, per the location for the second Big Brother 25 HOH competition, it was an old abandoned studio set on the CBS Radford Studio lot, per Big Brother Network. The theory goes the cast members were blindfolded and drove in vans to the other studio set. However, the houseguests banished to the supposed Nether Region obviously don’t go to the same abandoned CBS studio when they send transmissions from the Scaryverse and
Although the clear double entendre Nether Region is getting lots of giggles from fans and houseguests alike, but it could also seriously affect the upcoming votes.
"This is a transmission from the scaryverse. Jared may have returned but the Gorgon craves more souls. Depending on when the Gorgon demands a new soul it could be good or bad for your game."
"This nether region twist could really screw up my HoH week!"#BigBrother25, c'mon now!
— Paul Davidson (@pauldavidson) August 14, 2023
The “Nether Gorgon” apparently craves a lot of souls. So far houseguests Cory Wurtenberger, Jared Fields, Jag Bains (the only one to get immunity from getting nominated), and Bowie have been banished there.
Where Do Houseguests Go When In Nether Region On BB 25
Although no one’s divulged where they go when the cheap special effects make them look like they teleport from their bed to there, houseguests undoubtedly go to another part of the Big Brother studio, perhaps the Jury House, although that location isn’t disclosed by CBS either.
Apparently the BB 25 twist was also added to help with the mental health of the contestants. The last season a lot of cast members complained about mental health issues being held in home confinement for weeks at a time. With BB 25 being the longest game to date at 100 days, it was probably a good idea by production. However, they could’ve picked a less tacky, campy name. But, alas, that’s Big Brother for you.
Fans also suspect the Nether Region may work similarly to Camp Comeback, where voted out contestants sit in purgatory before getting another chance to rejoin the game. After Luke Valentine got kicked out of the house for using the n-word, it would make sense they add back another contestant so that the scheduled 100 days doesn’t change.