Double eviction night! This is the kind of summer anx-citedness I look forward to! But I have to admit, tonight's episode didn't play out as I'd hoped. With a blindside during the first eviction, it would've been great to see that turn around and bite someone in the second. Alas, that wasn't the case. Spoilers from tonight's live episode of Big Brother ahead!
As much as I'm enjoying the current season of Big Brother, I'm not sure the season has really hit "game on" mode. This seems to be a week-to-week season, where each week, the houseguests evict whoever is convenient, and no one is all that divided or heated about who's staying and who's going.
As the eclipse draws near, Eph and his team are running out of time to avert disaster. Which means now's a good time to have the traitor in your midst engage in an attack of conscience.
It makes sense that, in an episode focused almost completely on one character’s connection with grief, HBO’s The Leftovers has finally delivered an installment that didn’t make suicide feel like a satisfying episode chaser.
Spoilers from Thursday night's episode of Big Brother ahead! As much as I've been enjoying this season of Big Brother, Caleb's comments about/toward Amber have rubbed me the wrong way, and that applies to what we've seen of the situation this week.
This week’s episode of The Leftovers should have come with pre-show suggestion that the first sequence only be watched by people who absolutely hate the Guilty Remnant, and in particular, the title character Gladys (and also probably sports, the government and all of Earth's living creatures)
If you thought last week's episode of The Strain played it too safe and slow, then you're going to love this week's change of pace. The darkness is growing, as well as the infection, and before the night is over, another skull is going to get caved in.
This season of Big Brother is shaping up to be a good one. Admittedly, the lack of proper villains has slightly dampened some of the suspense during eviction night, but the season is still young and there's plenty of time for drama. We almost saw some today as the Veto Ceremony took place.
Week two of The Strain has shifted gears to personal stories instead of last week's more wide spread scope. But can it still maintain the momentum gained in Night Zero?
Let’s be clear though; even for an episode revolving around the “kidnapping” of a Baby Jesus baby doll, “B.J. and the A.C.” is almost a sitcom as compared to the dourness radiating off of the previous three episodes. There is levity to be found here.
It's hard to know exactly how to feel about tonight's Big Brother eviction. On one hand, we all saw it coming. And it's the right kind of karma to come around after what went around last week. Big Brother justice isn't often exacted quite so swiftly.
Big Brother Live Feed Spoilers Ahead! Even a casual fan of Big Brother might have been able to predict the target of this week's eviction based on last week's events. At this point, a certain player's fate seems all but sealed. Granted, there's still time for them to turn things around, if it's at all possible. But things aren't looking good.
The Strain is here, and along with it an extended premiere of horror. If you were one of those people that freaked out at the billboards, you might want to read this recap before going into the waters.
I was wondering if The Leftoverswould ever pull an episode off that resembled Damon Lindelof’s work on Lost, and this episode will probably come as close as any, though it’s far more singular in focus and much stranger from moment to moment than Lost ever was.
Big points to all the Big Brother houseguests who did some kind of shimmy or chest-bump with one another as they headed in and out of the diary room to cast their vote. We've seen this kind of goofiness in that corridor before, but some of those moves seemed particularly well choreographed tonight. But enough about the corridor shenanigans, let's talk about the drama!