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The aftermath of a season of Big Brother usually involves a flurry of press interviews during which the houseguests attempt to comment on things that happened inside the house while also obviously trying to get caught up on the public's perception of the game, the things they didn't know were going on and anything relevant that might have been going on in the outside world.
People fought. Controversial comments were made. Showmances were formed. People got evicted. More people fought, said controversial things and cried. And it all came down to three players for Season 15 of Big Brother, none of whom we'd probably refer to as "power players" by any stretch.
Another season of Big Brother draws to a close this Wednesday night. At the start of the season, if you had told me that the final three would be Andy, Spencer and GinaMarie, I'm not sure I would have believed it. None of them hit the ground running, as GinaMarie joined the showmance club, pairing up with Nick (kind of). Spencer secured himself a spot in an alliance that had potential, though he seemed more likely to provide more vote-support than anything.
The Big Brother live feeds are winding down, with just three people in the house and so little control over navigating the game. It all comes down to the final Head of Household competition. The first two parts have both played out, and the two winners will face off Wednesday night to determine the final Head of Household, who will then immediately choose which of the other two he or she will bring to the Final 2.
Last night's episode of Big Brother ended without the start of the first part of the final Head of Household competition. Usually, the three-part Head of Household competition begins with an endurance competition, and the second part is something a little bit physical and a little bit mental.
Tonight's episode of Big Brother brought us from four to three. And this may be the first time since Season 9 when I'm not sure who I want to win among this trio because I don't really want any of them to win. Of course, there are arguments to be made for all three remaining contestants, and I'm sure I'll come up with those arguments in the coming days, because that's how I tend to watch this show. In a season where my favorite houseguests don't make it to the end, I try to find the next best player to cheer on. Or the least unlikable, if that's what it comes down to.
As the current season of Big Brother winds down -- or fizzles, however you want to look at it -- CBS has decided to move forward with another season of the reality TV series, which celebrated its 500th episode just last week. That'll bring the summer series to Season 16. CBS also confirmed that the Season 15 finale will take place next Wednesday, and will run for 90 minutes, airing after the season premiere of Survivor.
It's a big week for Big Brother, with the finale coming up and just four houseguests remaining. Last night's episode revealed which of the the final five was sent out the door and who won Head of Household, securing themselves a spot in the final three. This article contains live feed spoilers, including who won the Veto competition. If you'd rather wait until tonight to hear about that, read no further!
Spoilers if you haven't seen tonight's episode of Big Brother! So, it seems my hopes and theories that we might see a forced tie and/or a blindside tonight were dashed. It's always hard to tell from the editing what's really going on in the house.
It's true. Well, not literally true. But as the Big Brother promo reveals, there are only three episodes left before the season finale of Big Brother, and there's an early eviction lined up for the houseguests this week. The live feeds are expected to go dark at some point today and most likely won't return until after the taped eviction episode airs Wednesday night.
We're expecting the live feeds go out tomorrow as the next houseguest is evicted in a taped episode that will air on Wednesday night, bringing the houseguests from five to four. For those who don't want to be spoiled on who won the Veto, read no further! This article contains spoilers from the Big Brother live feeds!
This article contains spoilers from the live feeds of Big Brother. If you don't want to know who won Head of Household after last Thursday night's double eviction, who was nominated and who won the Veto, read no further!
After last night's double-eviction episode sent two Big Brother players out the door, we were left to wonder who would become the next Head of Household. Or maybe we weren't. Because no matter who wins it, an Exterminator will be in power. McCrae is a marked man and he doesn't even know it. I blame the showmance for this, but we'll get to that in a minute.
Five hundred episodes of Big Brother! I wish I could brag and tell you I've seen every one of them, but admittedly, I started watching around the second half of the first season. But I've been a fan ever since, having enjoyed the best seasons and trudged through some of the weaker ones. While I'll reserve full judgment on Season 15 until after the finale, all signs point toward this one not coming close to some of the better seasons of this reality series. But let's put the complaints aside and focus on tonight's double eviction!
Tonight's episode of Big Brother stands the chance of being pretty explosive, with another potential blindside in the works, not to mention the double-eviction. Things got tense last night between Amanda and GinaMarie, and it's at this point that I'll post the SPOILER warning. This article contains spoilers from the live feeds. If you don't want to know what's been going on in the house leading up to tonight's live episode, read no further!