A "Perfect Game" is a feat that has been accomplished by three houseguests: Dan Gheesling, Kevin Martin, and Dane Rupert.
Elements of a Perfect Game
- The houseguest never receives an eviction vote against him or her.
- The houseguest is announced the winner of Big Brother.
- The Jury unanimously votes for the houseguest to win.
Perfect Game Winners
|Dan Gheesling||Big Brother 10 (US)||0||7-0|
|Kevin Martin||Big Brother Canada 5||0||9-0|
|Dane Rupert||Big Brother Canada 7||0||7-0|
Those Who Almost Played a Perfect Game
- The concept of a Perfect Game also exists in Survivor. To be considered to have played a Perfect Game in Survivor, a contestant must never receive an elimination vote during the game and must then win the game by a unanimous vote from the Jury. As in Big Brother, a perfect game is a rare accomplishment, and has only been achieved twice by winners J.T. Thomas in Survivor: Tocantins and John Cochran in Survivor: Caramoan.
- Had Ian received all of the jury votes to win during Big Brother 14 (US), Dan would have been the first houseguest to play a Perfect Game and lose to a Perfect Game.
- Had Dan won the season with all seven votes by the Jury, he would have been the only person to win with a Perfect Game twice.
- All 7 winners of Big Brother Canada have never received any eviction votes, although Kevin and Dane are the only ones to win with a Perfect Game.
- Ironically, the first 6 runners-up of Big Brother Canada were unable to win with a Perfect Game, as they all had received at least 1 eviction vote before reaching the Final 2. Anthony Douglas was the first Canadian runner-up who had the opportunity to achieve a Perfect Game.
- For Big Brother 1 (US) and Big Brother: Over The Top, the concept of a Perfect Game is different.
- For Big Brother 1 (US), a housemate would have to had never received any percentage of America's vote to banish and have to had received 100% of America's vote to win.
- For Big Brother: Over The Top, a houseguest would have to had never received an eviction vote and have to had received 100% of America's vote to win.
- Because of the stipulation of having to receive 100% of America's vote to win, a Perfect Game in Big Brother 1 (US) or Big Brother: Over The Top is virtually impossible.
- Kevin is the first winner to have received all of the Jury votes from a Jury of 9. However, he is not the first winner to win with 9 votes. Lisa Donahue did so in Big Brother 3 (US).
- Tamar is the first person to win the game with a unanimous vote but not a Perfect Game.
- She's also the first female to win with a unanimous vote.
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