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“I Truly Thought I Played a Good Game” – An Interview with Big Brother 9’s Sheila, by David Bloomberg: Sheila was somewhat of the odd person out in Big Brother 9, as she felt like the house mom compared to the other kids on the show. How did she manage to make it so far? What was her strategy and how was it affected by the couples twist? What does she really think of Adam? And what about Joshuah? Sheila had plenty to tell us in this exclusive RealityNewsOnline interview, so read on!
“I Did Take It Too Far Sometimes” – An Interview with Big Brother 9’s Joshuah, by David Bloomberg: Joshuah was certainly a controversial figure in the ninth season of Big Brother – and he is willing to face up to it. In this exclusive RealityNewsOnline interview, Joshuah talks about his time in the house, including his blow-ups and attacks on various other players. What does he have to say about it, in retrospect? Who is the real Joshuah? Read on to find out what he told David.
“I Was One of the Most Sane People in There!” – An Interview with Big Brother 9’s Crazy James, by David Bloomberg: James may be crazy, but he still thinks he’s saner than the bunch of houseguests he was cooped up with! In this exclusive RealityNewsOnline interview, what does James have to say about his strategy, what he would do differently if he could, and his future relationship with Chelsia – among a variety of other topics? Read on to find out
“I’m Not That Cocky or That Arrogant” – An Interview with Big Brother 9’s Matt, by David Bloomberg: Matt of course hasn’t had a chance yet to see himself on TV, but he’s heard a few things and knows how he came across. What does he have to say about that? How about his relationship with Natalie and some of their nocturnal activities? Indeed, what does he think of her and the others in general? Matt has quite a bit to say in this exclusive RealityNewsOnline interview!
“What Your Partner Did Reflected on You” – An Interview with Big Brother 9’s Parker, by David Bloomberg: In his short time on Big Brother, Parker was not shy in telling people what he thought. And he’s pretty much the same now! For example, what does he have to say about the couples twist this season? And does he blame Jen for his elimination? Plus, just how close was he to sending Adam and Sheila home within the first few days? Read on for this RealityNewsOnline exclusive interview!
“I Really Have a Relationship With Each One” – An Interview with Big Brother 9’s Winner, Adam, by David Bloomberg: Did Adam throw the final HOH? When did his warfare with former partner Sheila turn into friendship – or did it? Did he decide, during his second HOH reign, against nominating James for strategic or emotional reasons? Why does he think he won? And of course, what does he have to say about his infamous “retards” comment and getting fired because of it? Did he even know about losing his job before David talked to him?! Read on for the exclusive RealityNewsOnline interview!
Big Brother 9: Why Adam Won, by David Bloomberg: Adam didn’t seem like the likely guy to win from the moment he came into the Big Brother 9 house. Indeed, he was almost sent packing before an HOH was even chosen! How did he go from that point to making it into the final two and then receiving a landslide of votes? Why did Adam win?
Big Brother 9: Why Ryan Lost, by David Bloomberg: Ryan seemed to be the most strategic player in the house, as well as the strongest in challenges. Normally, those two make a pretty solid combination in front of a jury. So what went wrong for Ryan? Indeed, what went so far wrong that he only received a single vote? Why did Ryan lose?
Big Brother 9, April 27 Finale: Thank God, It’s Over, by Brion Neeley: Sixteen contestants began in the Big Brother 9 house, divided into eight couples. Two remain: Ryan and Adam. Which jury member will be given some cash by America’s vote? And who will be crowned the winner of Big Brother 9 and win $500,000?
Big Brother 9, April 27 Live Feeds: Don't Let the Door Hit Ya, by Jeremy Flynn: It's the final day in the Big Brother house for the season! By the end of the day, either Ryan or Adam will be walking away with $500,000 in their pocket. However, they still have to finish off the day in the house before going back to their normal (?) lives. What happens? Find out inside! Warning: By the time you read this, the live show will be over. But if you haven’t seen it yet, Jeremy tells us the winner and adds his thoughts on the matter.
Big Brother 9, April 26 Live Feeds: Guinea Pigs So Rock!, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: It’s just Ryan and Adam all snug in the house, with hardly anyone stirring – not even the guinea pigs. Will dreams of houseguests past casting their votes fill the bros with warm, fuzzy feelings? Nah! Of course not! Warning: This article theoretically contains spoilers. But who really cares at this point?
Big Brother 9, April 25 Live Feeds: Casual Friday, by Jeffrey Clinard: It’s the last Friday in the house, and with the jury arguments made, Ryan and Adam take it easy. Still, a riddle keeps them guessing and they have a few choice words about the jury. What are they?
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: Andy's Final Thoughts, by Andy Rooney (AJ Mass): The door was finally unlocked in the Big Brother correspondents' house, and AJ Mass fled the scene without looking back, or even waking up Andy Rooney to say goodbye. How does Andy react to the news that his long nightmare is finally at an end?
Big Brother 9, April 24 Live Feeds: Facing the Music, by William Hammon: As the hours tick by for Adam and Ryan, there’s only one more item of business for them. It’s time to face the jury and make their case for the $500,000 prize. Meanwhile, the house seems to be literally coming apart around them. Do either of them feel as confident in their game as they did yesterday? Click and read, my people. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, no adult themes (for once), and a desperate attempt to cheer up the guinea pigs.
Big Brother 9: Why Sheila Lost, by David Bloomberg: Sheila made it all the way to the final three… but then couldn’t seal the deal. How did she make it so far? And why couldn’t she take that final step? Why did Sheila lose?
Big Brother 9, April 23 Live Feeds: So… Now What?, by William Hammon: With the final eviction of the season looming, how do the final three prepare for the night’s events? Who emerges as the final Head of Household? What’s left to do once the show’s over? How do the producers help us out with our own boredom? The answers are within. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, though not really much of it since there isn’t really anything left to spoil.
Big Brother 9, April 23: Cry Me a River, Then Surf on It, by William Hammon: It is down to the wire in the Big Brother house. The final Head of Household is crowned, and the final jury member is sent packing. Who comes out on top? What was the real plan behind Sharon’s eviction? How can the producers shove the guinea pigs down our throats yet again? It’s almost over, I swear. Just click.
Big Brother 9: Why Sharon Lost, by David Bloomberg: Sharon was nominated six times – including the last five in a row. She kept escaping eviction because she was never really the main target. This time, when she went up, she was in a secret alliance with the HOH, who also won Veto. So how did she finally end up outside the house? Why did Sharon lose?
Big Brother 9, April 22 Live Feeds: Three, the Magic Number, by William Hammon: We’re down to three houseguests, and tomorrow we’ll be down to two. The nightmare will soon be over. With Part Two of the final Head of Household competition on the horizon, whose game is looking more and more over? Who will face off for a trip to the final two tomorrow? What does the coach of the 76ers have to do with any of this? You’ve come this far, might as well press on. Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, adult themes, and a conversation about waffles.
Big Brother, April 22: Power Struggle, by Kelly TerBest: It’s do or die for the Big Brother houseguests with the final and most important Power of Veto looming. Adam, Sheila, and Sharon all feel they need to win it to stay in the game. Who actually wins it? What kinds of deals are proposed? And who gets sent packing as the sixth member of the jury? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9, April 21 Live Feeds: 4 Minus 1 Equals... Not 8, Natalie, by Jeremy Flynn: It's time for an eviction, and everyone but Ryan is scrambling for position. Very strange things are going on in the house, and all the players are thrown for a few loops as a result. Tonight, we find out who our final three are, and who wins the first half of the final Head of Household competition. Want to know who's who? Look inside! Warning: MAJOR spoilers inside, in case the preceding paragraph didn't give you that idea.
Big Brother 9, April 20 Live Feeds: The Final Countdown, by Jeremy Flynn: We're a week away from finding out who wins this season of Big Brother, folks! Ryan's definitely in the final three, but the others are up in the air. Who starts scheming early, and who seems to be unable to make a good case? And the big question: do the houseguests figure out who the third relationship is? Find out inside! Warning: Major spoilers inside! (No, the guinea pigs don't count.)
Big Brother 9, April 20: With This Bottle, I Thee Bludgeon, by Brion Neeley: Ryan returns to power as Head of Household, but his nomination options are severely limited. How does Adam tick off Ryan? Who talks like a robot on purpose? What sort of prize is up for grabs in a luxury competition? And which two of the final group of contestants are nominated for eviction?
Big Brother 9, April 19 Live Feeds: Whole Lotta Nothing Goin’ On, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: There are only four houseguests left this season –well, six if you count the guinea pigs, and we know Big Brother counts them! – so things are getting a bit slow in the Big Brother house. How do the houseguests pass the time? Which houseguests are attacked by ants? Why am I watching these people? All this and a bunch of spoiler information inside!
Big Brother 9, April 18 Live Feeds: Final Four, Final Veto, by Jeffrey Clinard: The houseguests play for the final Veto, with the winner in the position to set up the final eviction before the final three. Who wins it, what are their plans, and what else of any note happens in light of those events?
Big Brother 9’s Saturday Morning Quarterback: Nuttier than a Fruitcake, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: Natalie is gone! Natalie is gone! Andy and AJ raise a glass to toast her demise, or at least, that's why AJ is drinking. Andy, on the other hand, has other ideas, some of which are actually relevant to Big Brother 9.
Big Brother 9, April 17 Live Feeds: Break These Chains of Love, by Jeremy Flynn: It's the day after the final four has been set, and frankly, everyone's bored out of their minds. However, a luxury competition leaves two players tied together for 24 hours. Who wins their way out of the bondage, and what do they get? What sort of inanity occurs in between short bouts of game-related talk? Take a look inside and see! Warning: This article contains spoilers. Not a whole lot of them, but they're there.
Big Brother 9, April 16 Live Feeds: The End of an Error, by William Hammon: The house is pared down from five to four, and a new Head of Household emerges. How does the eviction and crowning of a new HOH affect the game? And what about that “couples” question from the competition? Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, adult themes, and the season finale of William's favorite show.
Big Brother 9: Why Natalie Lost, by David Bloomberg: Shock. Dismay. Confusion. Natalie felt all of these things at the same time, as soon as she realized she was doomed. Natalie quite obviously believed herself to be safe, so the tie vote and Sheila’s tiebreaker really took the wind out of her sails. What happened? Should she have been so surprised? Why did Natalie lose?
Big Brother 9, April 16: Live and Let Dye, by Tyler Sandersfeld: The plan to evict Natalie via the backdoor has so far gone according to Sheila’s plan. Could the two remaining men screw it up? And what will happen when the houseguests learn of a third pre-existing relationship? By the way, you’ll never guess who it is.
Big Brother 9, April 15 Live Feeds: A Taxing Decision, by William Hammon: With one day to go before the final four is locked, a seemingly forgone conclusion is now very much up in the air. Just who is the house planning to evict? Who might have pulled a mighty coup to save themselves? Who will take care of the guinea pigs after tomorrow? Inquiring minds need look no further. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and the death of “Alex.”
Big Brother, April 15: The Best Laid Plans, by Kelly TerBest: The plan is in motion to backstab Natalie, the leader of Team Christ, this week. Does she have a clue she’s in the hot seat? Will the Power of Veto change those plans? And can Sharon continue staying out of things? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9, April 14 Live Feeds: Wavering Loyalties, by William Hammon: With 48 hours to go before the next eviction, the campaign burner gets turned up a few notches. Whose plans get exposed? Does Ryan think he can make a serious power move late in the game? Who steals the guinea pigs’ spotlight for crazy, non-responsive conversation? Read on. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and the sincere hope that Alex doesn’t believe in voodoo.
Big Brother 9, April 13 Live Feeds: The Know-Nothing Blues, by Jeremy Flynn: It may not be Sheila's birthday anymore, but a couple of the houseguests have a surprise up their sleeve for one of their own. Things are coming to a head in the house. Who gets caught off guard? Check inside to see! Warning: This recap contains MAJOR spoilers of information not seen on the TV show! Also? Intense hair-dyeing action. You've been warned.
Big Brother 9, April 13: Throwing Stones at Glass Boxes, by Brion Neeley: After a marathon HOH (Head of Household) competition, Sheila wins HOH for the first time. What deal does she cut in order to win and how does said deal affect Adam? Who is Sheila’s dream date? And which two houseguests get nominated for eviction?
Big Brother 9, April 12 Live Feeds: She Who Casts the First Stone…, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: It’s Sheila’s birthday today! How will the houseguests celebrate? Could there be cracks in Team Christ’s alliance armor? And will the veto winner use that power? All this and a heck of a lot of serious spoilers inside!
Big Brother 9, April 11 Live Feeds: To Sleep, Perchance to Scheme, by Jeffrey Clinard: The houseguests spend most of the day sleeping in recovery from the previous night, but when they do get up, there is some serious scheming going on. What’s the plan? Who is the target? And is the target aware of the plots?
Big Brother 9, April 10 Live Feeds: The Waiting is the Hardest Part, by William Hammon: The new Head of Household begins with a solid plan in mind. Will the nominations reflect it or will there be a last minute change? How does Sharon fit into all of this? And why are the houseguests planning an all-nighter? Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B,A, Click! Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, adult themes, and this recapper humming Tom Petty songs into the wee hours.
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: Out, Damn'd Spot!, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: Andy returns to form and James' form returns to Julie's couch. All is right with the world of Big Brother as things head into the homestretch.
Big Brother 9, April 9 Live Feeds: I Know Why the Caged Bird Swings, by William Hammon: It’s eviction day in the house. Soon we will be down to five. What themes do we see repeated from a few weeks ago? Who is the new HOH? What will become of the poor crow? Click, read, enjoy, do the Hustle. Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, adult themes, and something this writer would have never thought possible.
Big Brother 9: Why James Lost, by David Bloomberg: After weeks of trying (and once succeeding for a brief moment), the house finally got rid of James! But with so many opportunities, why couldn’t James somehow manage to stay around even longer? Why did he seem to have a permanent target on his chest? Why did James lose?
Big Brother 9, April 9 HOH Competition Recap: Those Who Live in Glass Houses Shouldn’t… Fall?, by David Bloomberg: After the live episode ends, the HOH endurance competition continues. Ryan looks pretty comfortable, especially considering he has been complaining of a neck injury for a couple days now. But can he outlast the three women? Will it truly be a matter of outlasting at all, or will there be some wheeling and dealing? Read on to find out.
Big Brother 9, April 9: The Glass Ceiling, by Tyler Sandersfeld: With James on the block thanks to the veto, is there anything he can do to stay? Will the three remaining females vow to go all the way? And which houseguest’s father has a ton of medals on his chest? If you missed this riveting eviction episode in favor of Idol Gives Back, then click away.
Big Brother 9, April 8 Live Feeds: Brand Nude Day, by William Hammon: In one day, the final six become the final five, and this train wreck gets that much closer to completion. The presumptive evictee still has a trick or two to turn, however. Also, one of the houseguests decides to spend part of the day completely in the buff (what, did you honestly think we’d show you?). Click, read, enjoy, write your Congressman. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and a whole new meaning to the phrase, “mixed cocktail.”
Big Brother, April 8: Wheelin’ and Dealin’, by Kelly TerBest: After Adam’s nominations shocked the contestants, half the house is pissed off! What kinds of deals are proposed? Who wins the Power of Veto? And does James really have another week in the house? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9, April 9 Live Feeds: Boys and Girls, by T.R. Jackson: The boys (Ryan and Adam) think Natalie is with them. The girls (Sharon and Sheila) think Natalie is on their side. Will the two sides compare notes and catch Natalie’s double-dealing? And has the targeted nominee been counted out, or do they still have hope to stay in the game this week?
Big Brother 9, April 6 Live Feeds: Zen and the Art of Alliance Maintenance, by Jeffrey Clinard: Despite the veto meeting, the house is relatively calm on Sunday. Sure there is some campaigning, with different pitches made to different people, but does anything unexpected happen when people appear to be at peace with the situation in the house? Warning: This article contains spoiler information and some mature themes.
Big Brother 9: Why Joshuah Lost, by David Bloomberg: Joshuah repeatedly attacked people verbally and acted like an overall jerk – yet somehow avoided nomination for weeks. When he finally was nominated, he wasn’t even the main target, and yet he went home. What happened? Why did Joshuah lose?
Big Brother 9, April 6: Gimme Gravy Tonight, by Brion Neeley: Adam begins his second stint as HOH and threatens to start thinking for himself. How do mashed potatoes and gravy fit into the food competition? Which two houseguests get nominated for eviction and could one be a surprise?
Big Brother 9, April 5 Live Feeds: Meet Joe Black, by Jeffrey Clinard: Joe is in the house, which causes one houseguest to be totally confused. Still, it isn’t all confusion as the houseguests receive some fun stuff from Big Brother that provokes some insights into what the houseguests value. Warning: This article contains spoiler information and some mature themes.
Big Brother 9, April 4 Live Feeds: Lazy Friday, by William Hammon: TGIF in the Big Brother house, and for once, all is relatively calm. With the Veto competition the only major event on the docket, the houseguests keep things peaceful. Will James be able to keep his streak going, winning his fourth straight Veto? Will Adam mend his fences? How many more times can Natalie play innocent regarding her late-night activities with Matt? The answers are within. Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, adult themes, and a whole day without a single blowup. Miracles happen every day.
Big Brother 9, April 3 Live Feeds: Shenanigans!, by William Hammon: Adam is back in power in the house. Will James (right) remain in his seemingly permanent seat on the chopping block? Will the food competition leave Sheila on slop again? And what has half of the house crying foul in the game? Click at your own risk. Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, adult themes, and a battle royale between God and the Producers.
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: The Best-Laid Plans, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: Andy has gone from a raving lunatic to a blubbery mess, sitting in a corner weeping tears 24/7. But could it be that this is all an act? Is our dear Mr. Rooney trying to put one over on all of us? Are we about to get played?
Big Brother 9, April 2 Live Feeds: Sore Losers, by Jeremy Flynn: Juror number three is heading out the door and into Julie Chen's arms. What sorts of shenanigans do the houseguests get into prior to the live show? And who acts like a spoiled brat afterwards? Find out inside! Warning: This article contains spoiler information and some adult content!
Big Brother 9, April 2: Dope Opera, by Tyler Sandersfeld: This week is all about Joshuah. Watch him cry. Watch him pretend to cry. Watch his mother cry. Watch Sharon cry. Watch yourself cry in tedium. Does all this attention mean a sure eviction for Josh? Or do all those tears lead to a way for him to stick around?
Big Brother 9, April 1 Live Feeds: Ship of Fools, by William Hammon: It’s April Fool’s Day in the Big Brother House, but there’s very little joking around. Juror number three is one day away from leaving the house, and the nominees do their last-minute scrambling. One houseguest is actually making good game moves today, while another is so far gone it’s not even funny. Read on for all the details. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and for some reason, Joshuah in the unitard.
Big Brother, April 1: James and the Giant Veto, by Kelly TerBest: Another week in the Big Brother house, another week on the block for James! Does he have a chance to save himself again with the Power of Veto? Does Joshuah, the other nominee, have some tricks up his sleeve? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9, March 31 Live Feeds: Breakdown, by Jeremy Flynn: The houseguests are straight-up bored today! A lot of people sleep in, and very little happens. However, there is one little bit of action that occurs. Who breaks down, and who helps them get their wits re-sorted? Check inside for more detail!
Big Brother 9, March 30 Live Feeds: Pod People, by Jeremy Flynn: The Veto ceremony is taking place today. Will the veto-holder change the nominations? With a number of people acting strangely today, there's no guarantee as to what exactly will happen. Want to know more? Take a look inside!
Big Brother 9, March 30: The Madness of Queen Natalie, by Brion Neeley: Natalie, is the new Head of Household, and she still has revenge on her tiny mind. How many biblical references can the houseguests make in one hour? Who wins the food competition? And which two heathens are nominated for eviction?
Big Brother 9, March 29 Live Feeds: Say Boo!, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: Natalie is running the house this week. Does that mean there will be eight of everything she does? What does Big Brother do to torture the houseguests today? Who does the house plan on voting out this week? And which houseguest gets flour dumped on them?
Big Brother 9, March 28 Live Feeds: The Proper Way to Dispose of Things, by Jeffrey Clinard: The house is full of plotting, with almost everybody coming up with a plan on how to dispose of the other houseguests. Who is offering deals? Who wins Veto? And what other things in the house need to be disposed of properly? Warning: This article contains spoiler information and some adult themes.
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: The Bad News about the Good News, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: Another week, another anxiety attack from Andy, who is now surely completely mad. If only there was somewhere he could turn to for guidance… perhaps a really good book of advice?
Big Brother 9, March 27 Live Feeds: I Thought You Couldn’t Go Two Weeks in a Row, by William Hammon: Now that Natalie is, in essence, running the house for a second straight week (and I officially lose faith in all mankind), it’s time to do some real damage. Will she go after her most obvious targets? Will Josh continue to avoid the block? Will we finally have another food competition? Read on. Warning: This article contains major spoiler information, adult situations, and William constantly rolling his eyes.
Big Brother 9, March 26 Live Feeds – Duhmander In Chief, by Jeremy Flynn: It's time for our second juror to be sent packing to the sequester house and a new HOH to be picked. You saw that part on TV, but what else went on in the house both before and after the live show? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9: Why Chelsia Lost, by David Bloomberg: Last week, Matt left in large part because of his partner, Natalie. Did Chelsia suffer the same fate this week? Or did she play at least as large a role in her own eviction? Why did Chelsia lose?
Big Brother 9, March 26: Eggs in One Basket Case, by Tyler Sandersfeld: Either Chelsia or Sharon will be going home, but the decision is made simple thanks to someone’s antics. Later, Big Brother reminds us it’s an election year. Great, the only thing that could make this season more uncomfortable.
Big Brother 9, March 25 Live Feeds: I've Got the Power, by Jeremy Flynn: It's the day before evictions happen, and true to form, the campaigning to stay kicks up a few notches. Does Chelsia have a prayer of staying? Should Sharon be concerned about Josh flipping sides on her? Or does Natalie hold the power in the house? Actually, who does have the power at this point? Find out inside!
Big Brother 9, March 25: He’s Baaaack!, by Kelly TerBest: It’s time for to see if the Power of Veto will save either James or Chelsia from possible eviction, and, as promised, we get to see Evel Dick back in the Big Brother house! How do the houseguests react to Dick’s wakeup call? Who wins the Power of Veto? And will Natalie ever figure out how to spell “done”?
Big Brother 9, March 24 Live Feeds: On the Edge, by Jeremy Flynn: It's Monday morning, and the players are recovering from a rather wacky Easter celebration. Chelsia in particular is a bit on edge. The question is: Does she do anything to help herself in the game? Does she even need to? Check inside to see what happens!
Big Brother 9, March 23 Live Feeds: Do Easter Bunnies Dream of Eclectic Creeps?, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: It’s Easter in the Big Brother house! Does Big Brother give the houseguests any Easter gifts? Does the POV holder use their power? And who seems to actually be going crazy in the house? Could it be that stalwart of common sense and levelheadedness, Joshuah?
Big Brother 9, March 23: Crazy Eights, by Brion Neeley: New Head of Household Adam wields power for the first time. What strange items will he find in his HOH room? What twist does Big Brother have in store for the luxury competition? Why is Natalie having angelic visions about pink curtains? And which two houseguests are targeted for eviction?
Big Brother 9, March 22 Live Feeds: Love, Loneliness, and Las Vegas, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: One of this week’s nominees is feeling pretty desperate and looking for deals. Can they make any? And what sort of bizarre requests do the houseguests have for Big Brother? Could Sheila be making any of them?
Big Brother 9, March 21 Live Feeds: Pots, Plots, and Potshots, by Jeffrey Clinard: Has this season of Big Brother left a bad taste in your mouth and made you want to throw up? Well, the veto competition returns the favor on the houseguests. But while some houseguests are taking potshots and some are hatching plots, what do the actual cooking pots have to do with anything? And since Julie Chen already told us Evel Dick would return, is he there already or do we have to wait?
Big Brother 9, March 20 Live Feeds: Who’s in Charge, Here?, by William Hammon: With the game finally advancing, the nomination ceremony looms. Adam (artist’s rendering at right) finds himself in an unlikely position of power, but who’s really running the show? Who is the real force behind the nominations? Do the nominees even care that they’re up? Read… now! Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult content, and refreshing apathy.
Big Brother 9: Why Matt Lost, by David Bloomberg: Matt was doing so well, and even had partner Natalie on his side. But wait – could that have been part of the problem? Was Natalie more of a liability, even after she hung on for hours in the endurance challenge just to try to save him? Why did Matt lose?
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: The Breakdown, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: Andy’s going a little stir crazy. It’s as if he's being forced to watch the same thing over and over and over again as some sort of cruel torture tactic from the powers that be on CBS. And no, we’re not talking about the tired old retread jokes each week on Two and a Half Men.
Big Brother 9, March 19 Live Feeds: She's So Pretty Vacant, by Jeremy Flynn: Three guesses as to who Jeremy's referring to with the title, and the first two don't count. It's eviction day, and tensions rise as Matt and Ryan prepare for possible eviction. Josh and James, on the other hand, prepare to bring some pain down on people in the house. How does the house react to the vote and the new HOH? What sorts of deals are being made? Check inside! Warning: This article contains major spoilers, minor headache-inducing comments, and evidence that someone is bilingual in ways no one ever expected.
Big Brother 9, March 19: Formula Bore-O-Nine, by Tyler Sandersfeld: Stuff happens, votes are cast, either Ryan or Matt goes into sequester, Julie talks to people, someone wins HoH, I miss American Idol. Expecting something else? Well, Evel Dick returns.
Big Brother 9, March 18 Live Feeds: Sleeping Giant, by William Hammon: With only a day left until the next live eviction (please say no one comes back this time), the nominees do all they can to swing the vote in their favor. Unbeknownst to them, a plan is in the works to blindside one of them. The question is, how well is that plan working? And just whom is Joshuah setting his sights on for his next tirade? Take a seat, click the link, and take a look. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and Natalie winning an argument with herself.
Big Brother 9, March 17 Live Feeds: Deep Cover, by Jeremy Flynn: Wouldn't'cha know, it's time for the wee lads and lasses in the Big Brother house to play on Saint Paddy's Day! However, one of the nominees seems a wee bit out of sorts, and to top it all off, it seems like everyone's in a time warp! Who's not repeating themselves endlessly? Who's going off the deep end? Find out inside! Warning: This article contains spoiler information! Warning #2: The owners and staff of RNO take no responsibility for any experiences of deja-vu you may have.
Big Brother 9, March 16 Live Feeds: The Harder They Fall, by William Hammon: It seems like James wields almost absolute power in the Big Brother house this week as Head of Household. With the Veto ceremony looming, will James’ vision for the week be completely reshaped? And what could possibly reduce Matt to tears? Click the link for the info. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and people incapable of acting like adults.
Big Brother 9, March 16: Reversal of Fortune, by Brion Neeley: Last week, James was voted out of the house and then was promptly voted back in. How will his reappearance shake up the house? Who wins the marathon disco ball Head of Household competition? And which two houseguests end up on the block as nominees for eviction?
Big Brother 9, March 15 Live Feeds: Revenge, Thy Name is James, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: What are our little houseguests of happiness doing this fine Saturday? Could James be just a tad grouchy about being voted out this past week? Are the nominees campaigning hard to save themselves? And does the POV winner plan on using their power? And which two houseguests decide they should go on a quest to find the Holy Grail? For real. All this and more inside!
Big Brother 9, March 14 Live Feeds: Watch Your Mouth, by Jeffrey Clinard: Mouths run in the house, particularly after the veto competition is held. Who is campaigning like crazy? Who is talking trash? What does Big Brother have to say about the stream of profanity coming out of the houseguests mouth? And who revisits certain past bedroom actions? Warning: This article contains spoiler information and adult themes.
Big Brother 9, March 13 Live Feeds: The Reset Button, by William Hammon: Now that the last week in the Big Brother house has been rendered basically useless, it’s time to start over. Who finds themselves back on the block? Will the food competition take place, or will something much more important replace it? Will we ever get to burn Sheila’s unitard in righteous effigy? Click, read, enjoy. Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, some adult themes, and the best prank since the hand in warm water gag.
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: What a Horrible Nightmare!, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: Yes! Finally, after weeks of begging, AJ has managed to free himself from his forced writing partner, Andy Rooney. But remember, this is Big Brother, where we are told to expect the unexpected, which of course makes the unexpected actually quite expected, and therefore not unexpected at all.
Big Brother 9, March 12 Live Feeds: Having a Ball in the House, by Jeremy Flynn: It's time for the first solo eviction this year! The houseguests are preparing themselves, while James and Sharon both try to mentally prepare themselves for possible eviction. What the houseguests don't know (yet) is that someone's coming back into the game! What happens after the Head of Household competition ends? Who is in charge? And will Josh and Chelsia go back to their usual ways? Find out inside!
Big Brother 9, March 12 HOH Competition Recap: Discoing the Night Away, by Jeremy Flynn: At the end of Wednesday night’s episode, the houseguests were hanging around in an endurance competition. How does it go? Who drops out early? Who is too top-heavy? Who pukes? What deals are cut? And who wins it all? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9, March 12: The More Things Change, by Tyler Sandersfeld: Last week, Big Brother split the houseguests up. This week, after either Sharon or James gets evicted, someone comes back, ensuring possibly another week of this torture. What happens?
Big Brother 9, March 11 Live Feeds: It’s About Time, by William Hammon: With the first scheduled single eviction a day away, the home stretch of the scrambling has begun. Is there any chance for the vote to flip or is this another foregone conclusion? Will Natalie turn on Matt, or is she playing the house again? And which houseguest has simply had enough of all the campaigning? Click the link. You know you want to. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and the unthinkable in this house: Two brain cells rubbing together.
Big Brother 9, March 11: A Line in the Sand, by Kelly TerBest: The Big Brother houseguests are no longer coupled up, and a line has been drawn in the sand. On which side of that line is the HOH, Ryan? Do the results of the Power of Veto competition have anything to do with it? And what very memorable article of clothing from Big Brother 8 makes an appearance? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9, March 10 Live Feeds: You Festering Ninny, by Jeremy Flynn: Big Brother's put something in the houseguests' food, because they will not stop talking today! Who's having a panic attack in the house? Who's becoming paranoid, and who isn't? Really... who isn't in this house anymore? Check inside for more info! Warning: This article contains spoilers about the show. Viewer discretion is advised. Earplugs are highly recommended.
Big Brother 9, March 9 Live Feeds: You Wouldn’t Like Him When He’s Angry, by William Hammon: The time has come for the Veto ceremony, and the house stands divided. Two warring sides think the meeting’s outcome will be in their favor, but only one is right. Who wins the battle? Who feels as if their game has ended? And who has a behavioral breakdown worthy of the Incredible Hulk? Read on for the latest. Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information, some adult themes, and the sound of fecal matter coming into contact with an oscillating fan.
Big Brother 9, March 9: ‘Til Death They Did Part, by Brion Neeley: The game has changed dramatically and Ryan is the first solo Head of Household. How will the couples’ split affect the houseguests? Who goes back on slop after the food competition? And which two individuals will be put up for eviction?
Big Brother 9, March 8 Live Feeds: The House That Joshuah Built, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: Half of the house is convinced that Ryan will put up one person if the veto winner makes a change to the nominations… and half know he’s going to put someone else up. Does James really know what Ryan will do? Who is making a house from slop? And who does our recapper compare to the animal at right?
Big Brother 9, March 7 Live Feeds: Deal or No Deal?, by Jeffrey Clinard: The day revolves around the veto, with some houseguests suggesting replacement nominees even before the players are picked. Who wants to backdoor whom? Who wins veto, and what nice consolation prizes do other houseguests win? All that plus the return of the infamous red unitard.
Big Brother 9, March 6 Live Feeds: It’s Good to Be the King, by William Hammon: In the span of 24 hours, Ryan has gone from the bottom of the barrel to the head of the class. With power solely in his hands, will he take revenge on those who tried to evict him? Will new alliances emerge now that the couples have separated? And after all the surprises Thursday, will the houseguests actually get to prepare for something in advance? Read on for all the info.
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: For What It's Worth, by AJ Mass: Oh, how AJ Mass wished there was truly a man with a gun over there. He's still stuck with his partner Andy Rooney, as in the RNO correspondent's house, there was no siren of mercy. How he wishes he could have said "Stop. Hey. What's that sound?" Alas, it appears he's stuck with the Crotchety One for the duration. And we’re all stuck with Matt & Natalie for at least another week.
Big Brother 9, March 5 Live Feeds: 'Til Death (Or Siren) Do You Part, by Jeremy Flynn: It's eviction day again! What's in store for the houseguests this week? What happens both before and after the siren goes off? What alliances form as the couples break? Find out inside!
Big Brother 9: Why Allison Lost, by David Bloomberg: To date on Big Brother 9, the evictions have involved couples – and they were mostly the result of one person’s actions with another innocent victim also taking the fall. This time, that didn’t happen. In the first individual eviction, only the contestant to blame left the house. But what was she to blame for? Why did she get hit with two unanimous votes? Why did Allison lose?
Big Brother 9, March 5: Time (Screw-Up of the Heart), by Tyler Sandersfeld: Look at that picture with the article. What is it? It’s a clue to what the siren has in store for the houseguests, especially the evicted couple. Will the houseguests like it? Will you like it?
Big Brother 9, March 4 Live Feeds: Checked Mate?, by William Hammon: The eviction is 24 hours away, and people’s minds are racing. Can Allison save herself? Will chessmaster Ryan put his mental skills to use to strike a deal? Will they ever stop talking about the stupid siren? Read on, my peeps. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, some adult themes, and the dumbest use of nail polish since, well, the last time Natalie used nail polish.
Big Brother 9, March 4: What’s That Noise?, by Kelly TerBest: It’s time to see if the Power of Veto will save one couple from eviction, and this episode is full of strange noises! OK, so Sheila yelling at Adam isn’t anything strange or unusual, but who screeches like an owl during the Veto competition? And what noise has the entire house paranoid and expecting the unexpected?
Big Brother 9, March 3 Live Feeds: Silence is Golden, by Jeremy Flynn: It's Monday morning, and the houseguests are doing their typical Monday thing: discussing the Power of Veto, making fun of one another, and talking strategy. Or are they? There appears to be something odd going on in the house. Who's at the center of the silence? Who's being too quiet? Who's not being quiet enough? And is Natalie really as dumb as she's making herself out to be? Find out inside!
Big Brother 9, March 2 Live Feeds: Chivalry’s Not Quite Dead, Yet, by William Hammon: With the Veto ceremony looming, the scrambling is kicked into high gear. Will Joshuah & Sharon be the first couple forced to put up a replacement nominee? Who’s scheming for a possible upset come Wednesday night? And is Matt actually defending Natalie? Read on for the answers.
Big Brother 9, March 2: The Little Lesbian Lie, by Brion Neeley: Joshuah & Sharon are the new Heads of Household. Which two couples are targeted for eviction? Which couple find themselves in a familiar situation? And can Allison possibly be any more of a clueless nimrod?
Big Brother 9, March 1 Live Feeds: In Like a Lion, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: March comes in like a lion in the Big Brother house this year. What gets Sheila sobbing? What mysterious message appears in the house? And what house activities cause two houseguests to wear aluminum foil on their heads while performing an exorcism on the house?
Hall of Shame Update: Big Brother 9’s Adam Fired for Insulting the Kids He’s Supposed to Support, by David Bloomberg: Adam is locked in the Big Brother 9 house and doesn’t know it yet, but he’s now among the unemployed. What led to this turn of events? And what did the organization for which he worked have to say about Adam? Read on to find out!
Hall of Shame Moment: Big Brother 9’s Chelsia and Joshuah Show the Poorest of Taste, by Sandy Lamparello: Big Brother 9 has already had as many mentions in the Reality TV Hall of Shame as there have been evictions. But guess what? This week brought us yet another! What did Chelsia say to earn her place, and how did Joshuah make it even worse to earn his? Read about it here.
Big Brother 9, February 29 Live Feeds: The Plot Sickens, by Jeffrey Clinard: It’s the day of the veto challenge, and one nominee is willing to do almost anything to win it or stay in the house. Who wins the veto? What are they going to do with it? And what else do the houseguests say and do that churns the stomach? Warning: This article contains spoiler information!
Big Brother 9, February 28 Live Feeds: I Know This World is Killing You, by William Hammon: The power has shifted in the Big Brother house, and Allison isn’t making things easy for herself. Will the new Heads of Household put her and Ryan up for eviction? Who else would feel the weight of the block? Will Adam & Sheila get a reprieve from slop? Read on for the details. Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoiler information and some adult themes.
BB9's Friday Morning Quarterback: Everyone's Getting Sick of This, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: All heck broke loose this week when our RNO correspondent AJ Mass was forced to give first aid to Lesley Stahl when she accidentally stubbed her toe at the exact same time that Steve Kroft starting sneezing! Is this season over yet?
Big Brother 9, February 27 Live Feeds: Operation When Does This Show End?, by Jeremy Flynn: The second live eviction looms and the houseguests are preparing to find out who else will be leaving them. Once the live show airs, a multitude of fights break out. Who gets into it? Who gets spared? Who really wishes they weren’t pulled into these things? And what stupid names do the houseguests come up with for their plans? Check inside for more details!
Big Brother 9: Why Alex & Amanda Lost, by David Bloomberg: Amanda had obvious issues that caused many of the houseguests to go after her personally. Indeed, she was the only one of the duo named at the nomination ceremony. Does that mean we have yet another situation where one partner is the main reason for voting off the couple? Or is it more complicated than that? Why did Alex & Amanda lose?
Big Brother 9, February 27: Quoth the Raven, “Not Condor?”, by Tyler Sandersfeld: What’s the best thing about an eviction episode? A new Head of Household competition involving the quotes in the house? The possible removal of an annoying houseguest? The knowledge that this season is one couple closer to ending? Whatever it is, a couple is going home, so find out who inside.
Big Brother 9, February 26 Live Feeds: Twenty, Twenty, Twenty-Four Hours to Go, by William Hammon: It’s almost time for the second live eviction, and as usual, the houseguests are scrambling. However, it may not necessarily be the nominees doing all the scrambling. Who tries to flip the game on its ear? Who rises above all the drama? And why does a late, great rocker make Bill fear for the future of mankind? Read on for the answers. Warning: This article contains spoiler information, adult themes, and an awesome soundtrack.
Big Brother 9, February 26: Is There a Doctor in the House?, by Kelly TerBest: Two of the strongest couples are up on the block going into tonight’s Power of Veto competition. Will one of them win it and save themselves from possible eviction? Meanwhile, who is Sheila yelling at this week? And what does Amanda have to do with one of the most bizarre nights in Big Brother history? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9, February 25 Live Feeds: Ooh, Burn!, by Jeremy Flynn: Sunday night, the houseguests got a wee bit crazy after partaking in their margarita party, and the veto holders made a decisions. Which of the couples on the chopping block try to scheme their way out of danger? Which way are the strategy winds blowing in the house? What sorts of crazy schemes do the guests come up with to keep themselves busy, and to keep their fellow houseguests off guard? And who gets burned, figuratively or literally? Take a look inside to see! Warning: This article contains spoiler information, as well as some disturbing discussion of a personal nature on the part of one of the houseguests.
Missing Intelligence Award, Survivor: Micronesia, Episode 3 and Big Brother 9, Week 2—This Was the Best Choice You Could Make?, by Sandy Lamparello: We’ve said goodbye to three Survivors and two Big Brother couples and the games are heating up. Some people seem to have grasped the game, while others—haven’t. Whether on the island or in the house, intelligence is definitely missing in some key places. Read on to find out where.
Big Brother 9, February 24 Live Feeds: The Hurley Awards, by William Hammon: It’s Oscar night in the Big Brother house, but the only gold on the houseguests’ minds is the Power of Veto. Will it be used to save the nominees? Will tempers flare today, or hormones? What performance is already on this critic’s Top 10 list? And what does this Austin Powers actress have to do with anything? Read on for more. Warning: This article contains major spoiler information, adult themes, and the only awards show not on television.
Big Brother 9, February 24: Week of the Condor, by Brion Neeley: James & Chelsia are the new Heads of Household and waste no time hatching a plan called “Operation Condor.” Which pair is targeted for eviction? Which pair is put up as pawns to make the plan work? And will Amanda ever stop abusing the Spanish language?
Big Brother 9, February 23 Live Feeds: Wasting Away in Margaritaville, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: The houseguests get a margarita party Saturday after the emergency situations Friday. And everyone’s off slop for the day! Should put them all in a good mood, right? Riiiigght. One of the couples has a humongous fight today, while it becomes clearer which pair will most likely get evicted this week. Could Matt & Natalie be involved in either of those things?
Big Brother 9, February 22 Live Feeds: The Panic Button, by Jeffrey Clinard: Did you ever wonder what happened to all those nuts the fans of Jericho sent to CBS in their successful attempt to save the show? The veto competition might have the answer. And who is crazier, Adam or Sheila? Even these important questions pale in light of other events. What emergency happened to cause a houseguest to hit the panic button?
Big Brother 9, February 21 Live Feeds: God Has Better Things to Do, by William Hammon: With a new couple ascending the stairway to Heaven (or at least the Head of Household room), the houseguests prepare for nominations and their first food competition. Meanwhile, one player seeks divine intervention, while Bill decides to play a little game of his own. Read on to find out more. Warning: This article contains major spoiler information, some adult content, and a man screaming both at a computer and the Almighty.
Big Brother 9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: Secrets and Lies, by AJ Mass and Andy Rooney: Uh-oh! Our RNO correspondent AJ Mass might be in a bit of trouble after it’s been revealed that his “soulmate,” Andy Rooney, has a prior relationship with that guy Morley on one of the other teams covering the Big Brother house. What steps can he take to get that nasty target off his back? Read on!
Big Brother 9, February 20 Live Feeds: TMI, by Jeremy Flynn: With the first live eviction comes numerous questions, like: How long does it take everyone to get ready? What happens after the Head of Household competition? Who overshares with the Internet audience? And who should be double-checking to make sure their food is safe? It's all inside, so take a look.
Big Brother 9: Why Parker & Jen Lost, by David Bloomberg: Parker & Jen began the game as the Power Couple, evicting another duo because of the actions of one partner. Has karma come back to haunt them – or at least one of them? Is one member mostly to blame? Why did Parker & Jen lose?
Big Brother 9, February 20: It’s Better to Remain Silent, by Tyler Sandersfeld: This season, we’ve already had two Hall of Shame inductions because of houseguests opening their mouths and removing all doubt of their foolishness. Could Joshuah be the third to open his mouth? What about Amanda and Jen? Heck, can anyone say anything smart?
Big Brother 9, February 19 Live Feeds: Broken Records and Foregone Conclusions, by William Hammon: The stage is set for Wednesday’s live eviction, with one couple seemingly already out the door – but one houseguest has a plan to shake up the scene. Meanwhile, old complaints and grievances are aired out yet again, to the point where Bill feels worried for this poor animal’s safety. Read on to find out more Caution: this article contains spoiler information, some adult content, and the ramblings of a sleep-deprived 25-year-old.
Big Brother 9, February 19: The Green-Eyed Monster, by Kelly TerBest: It’s time for the first Power of Veto of the season! With boyfriend and girlfriend (and their partners) on the block, who will win this coveted power? Why are the HOH couple not getting along? And what are those noises coming from the bathroom? Read on to find out!
Big Brother 9 February 18 Live Feeds: Is There A Doctor In The House?, by Jeremy Flynn: Last night, most of the Houseguests took on Amanda, and set her up as the house outcast. The fallout is felt today, with houseguests splitting up to discuss their strategy and plans for voting. Do Parker & Jen have a chance of staying in the house, or are Allison & Ryan going to outlast them? Will Amanda & Alex kiss and make up, or are they irreparably separated emotionally? Does Joshuah feel remorse for his comments last night? And who can't seem to get over what's happened to them inside the house? Find out here! Warning: This article contains some adult content!
Missing Intelligence Award, Survivor: Micronesia, Episode 2 and Big Brother 9, Week 1—Speak Up or Forever Hold Your Peace, by Sandy Lamparello: The MIA is back, this week with two shows to cover. Over in Micronesia, we had our first backstabbing. In the Big Brother house, there’s already been a SHOCKING TWIST, an eviction, and a season’s worth of drama. There were a lot of choices for this week’s MIA on both shows. Read on to find out who Sandy chose.
Big Brother 9, February 17 Live Feeds: Fight Night, by T. R. Jackson: It’s the first Veto ceremony for the houseguests. Will the POV holders use it, or will the nominations remain the same? Also, lots of fighting goes on. Why is everyone ganging up on Amanda?
Big Brother 9, February 17: I Swear on This Pink Bible…, by Brion Neeley: Wherein Allison basically spends most of the hour complaining about how unfair it is that she’s been partnered with Ryan – who’s already in a relationship with Jen. In a less dramatic development, the first two nominations for eviction from the Big Brother house are announced.
Big Brother 9, February 16 Live Feeds: Down and Dirty, by Teeuwynn Woodruff: The houseguests are getting randy and snarky. Who spends the whole day complaining about her partner? Who’s the kiss and tell type? And which pair looks like the one going home this week? Look inside to see.
Big Brother 9, February 15 Live Feeds: Open Secrets, by Jeffrey Clinard: The veto competition is held, but it seems to be an open secret as to which couple everybody wants to vote out. Can the entire house keep that secret for even 24 hours? Will the secret become a moot point if that couple wins the Veto? And in the aftermath of Thursday night, what secret is Matt sharing with other houseguests?
Big Brother 9, February 14 Live Feeds: Love is On the Air, by William Hammon: It’s Valentine’s Day in the Big Brother House of Love (and for some reason, guinea pigs). We’re six days away from the first live eviction, and as usual, the dynamics of the house seem to shift moment to moment. One set of enemies looks to be on good terms, while the perfect couple is at an impasse. And why does Matt look like the happiest guy in the world? Read on to find out more. Warning: This article contains and adult themes!
Stirring Up His Own Eviction: Big Brother 9’s Jacob, by David Bloomberg: Usually to get evicted from the Big Brother house, a contestant has to be nominated by the Head of Household and then voted out by a majority of the housemates. But the first eviction in the ninth season came from the sole choice of the Power Couple. It would make sense, then, to kiss up to that couple, right? Not so for Jacob, who chose to insult one of them instead. Just how clueless is he? Enough to be inducted into the Reality TV Hall of Shame.
Hall of Shame Moment: Big Brother 9’s Adam Slurs the Kids He’s Supposed to Be Supporting, by David Bloomberg: How can Big Brother have only been on for two episodes and already there is a Hall of Shame Moment? We have Adam to thank for that – but unfortunately, the kids with whom he’s supposed to be working in his real life job won’t be thanking him after the remarks he made. What was even worse than his initial statement? His follow-up. Read on for details.
Big Brother 9: Why Jacob & Sharon Lost, by David Bloomberg: Jacob & Sharon only lasted two episodes. They didn’t even get voted out – it was just one couple pointing to the door and saying, “Go.” But one member of this duo made sure he had an impact in their short time. Unfortunately, that very impact is what caused their departure. What happened? Why did Jacob & Sharon lose?
BB9’s Friday Morning Quarterback: A Season With Andy, by A.J. Mass and Andy Rooney: It’s a season of set-ups on Big Brother. We here at RealityNewsOnline thought it would be a good idea to go right along with this season’s theme and give one of our writers a “soulmate” – a writing partner to help discuss all the goings-on inside the house. So we got out our rolodex, made a few calls, and have we got a power couple for you!
Big Brother 9, February 13 Live Feeds: Oh What A Night, by Jeremy Flynn: Yesterday, the Houseguests had discovered a secret in the house, and some major fighting and drinking took place in its aftermath. How does that affect everyone's strategy? Who gets nominated today? What causes an uproar? What causes lots of tears? And what does Sharon have to do with any of this? Keep reading to find out.
What Big Brother 9 Houseguests Should Have Learned, by David Bloomberg: Over the course of the past eight seasons of Big Brother, it should be obvious that contestants need to learn certain rules to play by. Sure, sometimes the rules are broken and a person succeeds, but it’s still best to play the odds and play it by the book. This is that book.
Big Brother 9, February 13: The Newly-Matched Game, by Tyler Sandersfeld: Jen & Parker hold the power to evict one couple, and all signs point to Adam & Sheila. Can one person’s comment change the inevitable? Also, what do you get when you take a beloved ‘70s game show and add goofy costumes and boats?
Big Brother 9, February 12 Live Feeds: The Cat’s Out of the Bag, by William Hammon: The premiere episode of Big Brother 9 is in the books, and that means the web feed is now live. Everything you thought you knew from Episode 1 is already wrong. The power has shifted. Numbers already have dwindled. To top it all off, a game-changing secret has been revealed. Read on to find out more.
Big Brother 9, February 12: Love Stinks, by Kelly TerBest: It’s already time for a new season of Big Brother, and this first ever winter edition is packed with surprises! The soul mates twist caught the houseguests by surprise, but what caught us by surprise as well? Who got paired up with who? And why is Sheila banging her head on the arm of the couch on night one? Read on to find out!
‘Big Brother 9’ Houseguests and Twists Revealed, by David Bloomberg: It’s too cold to be summer, but Big Brother is coming early – with a new big twist that is sure to heat things up! Find out about it right here, along with some info on the 16 new contestants. What do they all have in common for the first time? How will they be affected by the twist? And what’s the deal with the heart in the new logo?