Having banned a number of housemates from nominating the 21-year-old, the group wondered if they would still be able to choose Sam as a replacement in next week's 'Save & Replace' task.
Sam went to the Diary Room to find out, but Big Brother would not give him an answer. "They said everything will be revealed on the 'Swap (sic) & Replace' task," he told the group.
Sam was then asked if he was worried about being put up for eviction, to which he replied that he wasn't, before saying: "I want to go up fair though."
Josie and David told him that the comments he heard were not personal and that the group shared banter with each other about who would be getting evicted frequently.
"We've been joking about other people all the time," said Josie.
"Yeah, me and you do it all the time," agreed David.
"Do you feel like you've been singled out a bit?" Jo asked.
"Yeah, from when I got in the house I've felt I am going to be up for nomination every week," Sam admitted.
John James told Sam that he must have expected to be nominated as he is a strong personality. "You're not stupid," he stated.
Following the discussion, Sam left the room, while David went on to say that he didn't agree that Sam could take offence to what had been played out. "He's come in here both guns blazing… he can't do this thing like he is a little lamb going to the slaughter," the minister insisted.