|Big Brother 5|
|Members|| Drew Daniel|
|Lowest Placing Member||Scott Long (11/14)|
|Highest Placing Member||Drew Daniel (Winner)|
Jase would later return as a House Guest during Big Brother All-Stars, where he placed twelfth. Michael was eligible to return for Big Brother All-Stars and Big Brother 11, but failed to re-enter both times.
The Four Horsemen was formed on the very first day of Big Brother 5.
When Nakomis Dedmon won Head of Household during Week 5, she had one goal in mind, getting rid of Jase Wirey at any cost. Ever the competitor, Jase had one Head of Household and two Power Of Vetos under his belt, using his last veto to save himself from eviction. Nakomis came up with the Backdoor Plan, her "Six Finger Plan." She would nominate Marvin Latimer and Diane Henry, two members of her own alliance. In early seasons, the nominees and HOH would each select one player to play in the POV, instead of the random draw used today. The other members of the alliance, Drew Daniel, Adria Klein, and Will Wikle, played POV and no matter who won, would remove one of the nominees. Jase would then be selected as the replacement nominee, as he was when Drew won the POV. At this moment, Drew turned against The Four Horsemen, and knowingly saved Diane from the block.
After Scott Long and Jase Wirey were evicted, it can be said that The Four Horsemen alliance was over, even though Drew Daniel and Michael Ellis maintained a close friendship. The alliance could be considered revived after the Final HOH, which Drew won, and selected his former alliance member to go with him to the Final Two instead of his showmantic partner, Diane.
At the end of the season, The Four Horsemen were victorious. After Drew Daniel won the Final HOH, he decided to revive his loyalty to The Four Horsemen and took Michael Ellis with him to the Final 2. With four votes from the jury, Drew was crowned the winner of Big Brother 5.