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Big Brother UK - S16E65

Reality-TV . Game-Show . Reality

Mark is informed of the conversation he had with Christopher when he was drunk the night before. Christopher tells Big Brother how angry the argument made him. Big Brother reveals that this week the housemates will have a chance to raise the prize fund by £25,000 over the next two days. Mark and Christopher discuss their argument from the night before. Later Mark apologises to him. Big Brother reveals another housemate will be up for eviction this week. Ashleigh, Ash and Chris all have to choose a golden envelope which contain different monetary values. Winston, Mark, Pav and Christopher decide that Chris should join them in the public vote, he opens his envelope and it's revealed his £10,000 has been added to the prize fund. Christopher and Mark kiss and make up under the covers. Chris isn't happy that Mark was one of the people who has put him up for eviction this week. The three housemates who didn't receive their letters from home - Chris, Christopher and Mark are told they have a chance of adding another £6,000 to the prize fund and are called to the diary room. Each of the housemates choose to spend time with their loved ones and don't add any additional money to the prize fund. The housemates are challenged to enjoy a disgusting cocktail and earn more money for the prize fund, Christopher is the only one who manages to drink it and earns an extra £500 for the prize fund. After telling Helen how sexy, he thinks she is, Helen overhears Chris and Ashleigh discussing her. Helen isn't happy at all.

Episode Title: BB15 - Day 62 Highlights
Airs: 2014-08-6 at urday
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