The houseguests are asked a series of questions about events that occur in the house. Standing in the middle of a platform or steps, they must decide whether one event occurred before or after another event. If they think it is before, they step one way; if they think it is after, they step another way. If they are right, they get a point.
This continues for a series of questions and the houseguest with the most points wins HoH or the PoV.
The competition reappeared on Big Brother 8, during the double eviction of the season. Eventual winner Dick Donato won, gaining his second HoH win.
The competition reappeared on Big Brother 11, during Week 6, as a Power of Veto competition. Jordan Lloyd, the eventual winner, won the competition, securing her first PoV win.
The competition reappeared the following season, Big Brother 12, during Week 7, once again a PoV competition. Ragan Fox won the competition, securing his second PoV win of the summer.
The competition once again appeared on Big Brother 13, during the first double eviction of the summer, back as a Head of Household competition. Kalia Booker barely beat Jordan Lloyd, allowing her to send her showmance home.
Reappearing again on Big Brother 14, this competition was played during the first double eviction of the summer. Eventual winner Ian Terry beat every houseguest and won his first HoH of the summer.