Zach entered Big Brother Hoenn on steady grounds as he attempted to lay under the radar and form various alliances which proved to be dominant during a portion of the pre-jury phase. This resulted in him winning the illuminati power during week 2, followed by Jae’s eviction. He went on to win HOH in weeks 4 and 6, which was utilized to make stronger bonds while taking out people he didn’t entirely trust. However, he was the backdoor nominee during week 7 by Jaiden, and was forced to use his Ultimate Rose Gold Power of Veto which saved himself from eviction as he singlehandedly chose to flip the vote. The following week, Zach was nominated once again, but luck was on his side as a fellow houseguests’ immature behavior resulted in their expulsion, which cancelled the weeks eviction. During week 10, Zach won HOH and nominated his close ally Jenna as his target alongside two pawns during the first of three consecutive double evictions. But, his plans changed quickly once he won the power of veto, saved his ally and backdoored social threat Drew, who was consequentially voted out with influence of a Rose Gold. Week 11 ended up as the most troubling week for Zach, as not only was he nominated, but his number one ally Jeff refused to use veto on him, leaving him as a final nominee against his friend Jenna. This moment resulted in Zach having a mental breakdown. But thankfully due to a Rose Gold that forced current HOH Seamus to break the tie, Zach surprisingly was saved and kept in the game with a fighting chance. Escaping the block and known for encouraging Seamus to blow up and become expelled due to personal attacks, he went on to win the HOH during week 13 and get out his target Elijah. For the fourth time he became a final nominee at final four, but veto winner Jeff saved him and allowed him to venture on to not only win the final HOH, but as well as win the game by a single vote over Jeff in the first ever split of a 5-4 victory.