At the beginning of the game, Scott found himself in the middle of a split house, but soon sided with Monte Massongill, and formed a tight bond with Alex Willett. After winning HOH during Week 3, he targeted the showmance from the other side of the house and became the first person of the season to successfully get their target evicted after Shane Chapman was sent home. Scott was soon targeted by the other side of the house due to his unsportsman-like behavior and was nominated and sent home by America in Week 5, placing ninth.
Scott Dennis Biography
Retrieved from CBS All Access Age: 24 Hometown: Bangor, ME Current city: Bangor, ME Occupation: Debt collector Three adjectives that describe you: Honest, persistent, and strategic. Favorite activities: Tennis, chess, and poker. What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother: Over the Top house?
People overreacting to things I said or did. Legitimate strategy is always cruel and necessary to win the prize and I am not taking half measures. Do you have a strategy for winning the game?
I am positive. You will see me forming three-person alliances. I feel three is the most stable alliance size. If I can merge two three-person alliances to make a five-person alliance, then my win condition is met. Which Big Brother Houseguests do you like the most and least?
To avoid a top five answer, I gotta go with Danielle Reyes from Seasons 3 and 7. She had strategy, heart, and a lot of personality. I didn’t like Josh Welch from Season 9. He was horrible to so many women that season. He had a terrible smug attitude when he was at his best. What would you take into the house, and why?
Deck of cards for games and photos of my family. Fun facts about yourself:
1. My two lifelong dreams are to raise a family and play Big Brother.
2. My high-school chess team came in 1st and 2nd all four years.
3. I am a virgin and have only had three girlfriends.
4. I sweat a lot.