Thanks to our own member Alex336, who submitted this VERY interesting theory on the Have and Have-Nots twist CornerOffice introduced yesterday. You can find it in our forums but here’s his theory in a nutshell –
‘I’m not sure if any of you all have ever watched other countries’s versions of Big Brother, but almost each country has had–at some point in time–a season or two of “Heaven and Hell,” where the house is drastically divided between a “rich side” and a “poor side.” In this version, one side of the house is extravagant, and filled with luxuries… while the other is bare, uncomfortable, and hard to live in. In these Heaven or Hell seasons, houseguests must compete in a challenge to determine which side of the house they must live on for that week. This concept sounds exactly what “The Haves and Have-Nots” twist is aiming for.
I would bet large money that the old food challenge is being replaced by a challenge to determine which clique(s) get special rewards (“haves”) for that week… and which ones are left without. This may even play into the possible concept of them having to build the prize money as they go along.’