Cubs was inactive for the first two weeks, and during that period, she was nominated alongside her sister, Bbury. She survived the eviction vote, however, and she won Head of Household in Week 4 to compensate. She nominated Khia and Ellie & Ryan at the request of Glamor, therefore announcing her loyalty. She began making deals with almost every HouseGuest during her HOH reign, but this caused Khia to become suspicious. She was nominated during the triple eviction by ex-ally Khia out of this suspicion, but she survived the vote thanks to Kiki and Evan. She was consistently targeted by Khia for the remainder of the season after being nominated in the final 5 by Freddy and during Khia's HOH reign in the final 4. However, she won the power of veto at the final 4 and saved herself, allowing her to evict Freddy and bring Evan to the finale with her. However, she was unable to win the final HOH, and all hope appeared to have been lost with Khia being the final HOH, but Evan shockingly walked from the house, allowing Cubs a spot in the finale. Despite the jury initially appearing to be in her favor, Kiki flipped at the last second, crowning Khia the winner.
Cubs was paired with her sister, BB, for the entirety of All-Stars. She maintained a low profile early in the game, though she was nominated during Week 2 by Kiki. Canada ultimately voted to save herself and her sister from the block. She and her sister remained highly sociable throughout the season, therefore allowing them to survive several eviction votes until the final 5, when they were nominated by Dogs, Khia, and Freddy. Freddy then won the HOH and evicted her as payback for her decision to evict him in the final 4 of season 2.
Cubs and her sister were both very big personalities. Of all of the HouseGuests to give Rosebuds trouble, I thought it was amusingly shocking that one of the originally inactive players was the one. Her game was amazing, and she played the social aspect of it very well. It was these social connections that would allow her to reach the end with incredible ease, only needing to win one competition in the entire season to reach that point (similarly to Ika Wong). Unfortunately, however, Khia's use of inactive players during the season allowed her to gain their jury votes, ultimately costing her the win in a very close 4 to 3 vote. She was entertaining and while production believes Khia put more effort into her game, we would not have been disappointed if she had won. Good luck in future endeavors, Cubs!
Cubs is always an entertaining player, and she's well-liked by much of the group. As a result, she and her sister were able to maintain very strong connections with much of the cast throughout All-Stars, especially Evan, Shadow, and Glamor. She ultimately played the role of wildcard very well in the pre-jury, and it was this gameplay that got her far for the third time. Unfortunately she was unable to influence people deemed Khia's "sheep," and Khia and her allies decided to turn on her during Backwards Week.