Big Brother (US)

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Big Brother, which began in 2000, has become an annual tradition for fans; every summer they are treated to new houseguests, new challenges, and new evictions! Here's how the game works: each week, there is a Head of Household challenge, where all of the players compete for the power in the house. The HoH then nominates two other houseguests for eviction. Several days later, a Power of Veto competition is held, where six players (the HoH, the nominees, and three guests) attempt to win the Golden Power of Veto, which gives the bearer the power to "veto," or cancel, one of the HoH's nominations, forcing the HoH to nominate someone else (other than the Veto bearer) for eviction. Then, in the weekly live eviction, the houseguests vote to send someone out of the house for good. Along the way are Luxury competitions and Food contests (which, if the houseguests do not win, results in Slop for the week), all leading up to the show's finale, where a panel of sequestered jurors vote for a winner, who receives half a million dollars!

Season 19

39 Episodes

The last battles, the last eviction, and the final live vote determine the winner of the $500,000. Also, the winner of 'America's Favorite Houseguest' is announced.
Sep 20 2017
The battle for the final HoH begins. Plus, Josh, Paul and Christmas celebrate the best moments of the Summer including tons of moments you haven't seen.
Sep 15 2017
Find out who Paul will nominate for eviction, who will win the final Veto competition of the Summer and which houseguests will make it to the Final 3.
Sep 14 2017
Who will win the Power of Veto? And will it be used so save either Alex or Kevin from eviction? Plus, it's a surprise eviction, who will be next to head to jury?
Sep 13 2017
Witness the moments you missed during the live double evictions, and a new HoH will rise to power. Plus, don't miss the world premiere of BB Comic's movie trailer, 'The Revengers'.
Sep 10 2017
The Houseguests are in double-trouble when another live double eviction shows who is pulling the strings and who is merely a puppet.
Sep 07 2017
The Houseguests compete for the Power of Veto in a special competition hosted by Bobby Moynihan
Sep 06 2017
With three weeks left and another double eviction coming up, the Houseguests find themselves racing to the finish in the final stretch of the game.
Sep 03 2017
The last of the showmances is being ripped apart, but the unlucky lovers won't go out without a fight as the fallout from the Veto meeting sends the house into turmoil.
Aug 31 2017
One pair is running the show as the Houseguests compete in a high-stakes battle to stay in the game. Who will win the Power of Veto and will it be used to save either Matt or Raven?
Aug 30 2017
With nine evicted and eight remaining, the Houseguests hang on for dear life to become the next HOH.
Aug 27 2017
A floater and an outsider are on the block, and a live eviction will decide who leaves and who gets to fight another day.
Aug 24 2017
Who will win the Power of Veto and will it be used to save either Jason or Matt? Plus, Zingbot, the sultan of insult and the king of zing is in the house!
Aug 23 2017
Who will be the new HoH, which new temptation will be released, and how will it affect who goes on the block?
Aug 20 2017
It's an extra day of cray-cray as former Big Brother winner Derrick makes a surprise appearance.
Aug 18 2017
The house is about to see double because it's finally here, the live double eviction. Going once! Going twice! Who will be gone?
Aug 17 2017
Will Cody get a chance to fight for his life in the Power of Veto? Plus, who will make a critical mistake and land in Alex's crosshairs
Aug 16 2017
Double-eviction week begins and the stakes of the game are higher than ever before.
Aug 13 2017
One showmance will become a "no-mance" when either Elena, Jessica, or Raven is evicted.
Aug 10 2017
Will the PoV save Jessica, Mark, or Elena? Plus, what brings Cody to tears?
Aug 09 2017
With Josh in power, anything can happen. Who will he nominate for eviction? Plus, which houseguest will be tempted to play in the most frightening competition of all time?
Aug 06 2017
Will Jess go through with her plan to cut Cody or will she let love prevail and use the Halting Hex? Plus, call your friends because it's going to be a crazy night on Big Brother
Aug 03 2017
The PoV is on the line. Plus, the threat of the hex causes tempers to flare.
Aug 02 2017
How will Jessica's reveal of her temptation rock the house? Plus, which houseguest will Paul target for eviction?
Jul 30 2017
Will Paul's blindside plan go through or will the house flip on the meatball? Plus, a new HoH will be crowned.
Jul 27 2017
Will the PoV be used to save Ramses or Josh? Plus, is another blindside brewing?
Jul 26 2017
How will the house react when Cody returns? Plus, who will rise to power as the new HoH and which two houseguests will be nominated for eviction?
Jul 23 2017
Four evicted houseguests battle each other for a chance to get back into the game, but for the first time ever they must also win an epic showdown against someone in the house.
Jul 21 2017
Will it be Jessica or Dominique evicted from the house or will The Halting Hex change the course of the game. Plus, a simple game of pool ignites an epic fight.
Jul 20 2017
With the Power of Veto on the line, will Jessica or Dominique secure safety? Plus another night, another fight.
Jul 19 2017
Find out who emerges victorious in the latest HoH competition and which houseguests will be targeted for eviction.
Jul 16 2017
Tonight, Alex, Ramses or Cody will be evicted. Plus, will Christmas be forced to leave the game and, the battle for power begins again on Big Brother.
Jul 13 2017
Who will win the Power of Veto and will it be used to save Alex, Josh or Ramses from eviction?
Jul 12 2017
The new HoH is revealed. The Den of Temptation opens again. And who will be the nominees?
Jul 09 2017
Tonight, the house explodes in the wake of the Veto meeting. Plus alliances will be tested; and either Jillian or Christmas will be evicted tonight Live. And a HoH power is back up for grabs.
Jul 06 2017
Will the Power of Veto save either Alex or Jillian, or will Cody set his sights on a new target? Plus, which houseguest will suffer a curse inside 'The Den of Temptation'?
Jul 05 2017
Tonight, the Den Of Temptation opens...who did America choose to tempt? Plus emotions hit an all time high, leading to a shocking revelation.
Jul 02 2017
The game kicks into gear when the first HoH is crowned; and with nominations looming, tensions hit a boiling point.
Jun 29 2017
A whole new group of strangers moves into the Big Brother house and begins the battle for $500,000. This Summer, the houseguests will be enticed by more temptations and face more consequences than anyone in the history of the game.
Jun 28 2017

Season 18

42 Episodes

Who will become the final HoH and who will make it to the final 2? Thirteen house guests have departed and tonight, nine will have to make a difficult decision. Who will be crowned winner of Big Brother and walk away with the half million dollar prize, and who did America vote as their favorite house guest? Find out tonight, live on the season finale of Big Brother.
Sep 21 2016
The battle for the final HoH begins. Plus the Final Three celebrate the Summer.
Sep 16 2016
It's the final and most important veto of the summer. Who will secure their safety and who will be evicted. Plus, emotions explode at the jury house.
Sep 14 2016
Tonight, will a super-powered Veto save Paul or Victor? Plus who will be evicted and who will become the new HoH? Also, Season 16 winner Derrick weighs in on the Final Five.
Sep 13 2016
With only five remaining, a slippery battle for HoH concludes. Who will slide into power and who will be nominated for eviction? Plus, will the Final Four remain loyal to each other or will the season of back-stabs and betrayal continue?
Sep 11 2016
Either James or Natalie will leave the game but will they be torn apart before a single vote is cast? Plus, Michelle arrives at the jury house and BB favorites, Jeff and Jordan, are back.
Sep 08 2016
Tonight, can the Power Of Veto save James or Natalie? Plus, will being on the block together tear them apart?
Sep 07 2016
Which houseguest will "Egg-cel" to become the new HoH and with three duos left in the game, which pair will end up on the block?
Sep 04 2016
Either Michelle or Paul will head to jury, plus will Corey cash in on the BB bribe and the battle for power begins again.
Sep 01 2016
Tonight, will the Power Of Veto save Michelle or Paul? Plus, it's Christmas in August in the Big Brother House.
Aug 31 2016
Which jury member will make it back into the Big Brother house, and which current Houseguest will win HoH? Plus, America awards its final care package of the summer.
Aug 28 2016
Tonight, either Victor or Corey will be evicted and join the other jurors in an epic battle to return to the game.
Aug 25 2016
Tonight, the nominations ignite a war of words in the house. Plus the Power Of Veto is on the line.
Aug 24 2016
With the power up for grabs, the Houseguests enter the dreaded Black Box. Will they survive the scariest HoH competition yet? Plus, who will get America's latest care package?
Aug 21 2016
Big Brother throws the Houseguests the ultimate summer bash, where they'll compete for prizes, perks and power. Also, Ziggy Marley stops by to surprise the Houseguests with a special performance.
Aug 19 2016
Who will be evicted from the Big Brother house, Paulie or Corey and do either of them possess a round trip ticket to get back into the game?
Aug 18 2016
Tonight, will the Power Of Veto save Paulie or Corey from the block? Plus, it's the night you've been waiting all summer for, Zingbot is back!
Aug 17 2016
Tonight, see the explosive series of events that went down just 24 hours leading up to the double eviction. Plus, who will become the next HoH, and who will be on the chopping block?
Aug 14 2016
Tonight either Zakiyah or Michelle will be evicted, but they won't be alone as it's double eviction night!
Aug 11 2016
Tonight the Power Of Veto is on the line, will it save Zakiyah or Michelle?
Aug 10 2016
Tonight, who will rise to power, who will emerge as the next target, and how will America's care package shake up the game?
Aug 07 2016
Tonight, Da'Vonne or Bridgette will be evicted. Does either hold the round trip ticket or will one of them become the first member of the jury? Plus, the battle for HoH begins on Big Brother.
Aug 04 2016
Tonight, the Power Of Veto is up for grabs, will it save Paulie or Bridgette from eviction? Plus, as the Summer heats up, tempers are on the rise.
Aug 03 2016
Who will rise to power? And who will be nominated? Plus, who will receive the first "Care Package" from America?
Jul 31 2016
Frank and Bridgette are on the ropes but the secret room just may change the course of the game on Big Brother.
Jul 28 2016
Who will win the Power Of Veto? And will it be used to save Bridgette or Frank from eviction
Jul 27 2016
Tonight, with the return of Victor and the end of the team twist and BB Roadkill, the HoH competition has never been more important. Who will rise to power, and who will be nominated for eviction?
Jul 24 2016
Four head-to-head battles lead to one previously evicted houseguest returning to the game.
Jul 22 2016
Will Da'Vonne's game blow up in her face or will the house finally send Tiffany packing?
Jul 21 2016
Who will win the Power of Veto and will it be used to save Corey, Tiffany or Natalie from eviction?
Jul 20 2016
Tonight, with the house's plan to take out Frank derailed, who will go on the block? Who will win the Roadkill? And who will lose their mind?
Jul 17 2016
Will Frank successfully send Tiffany packing or will Da'Vonne lead the charge to take out a different nominee? Also a new HoH will be crowned!
Jul 14 2016
Tonight the Power Of Veto is up for grabs, will one of the nominees be saved?
Jul 13 2016
Tonight, Bridgette must nominate two people for eviction. Plus, the BB RV is pulling up to make someone roadkill. Who will be the third nominee? Also, love is in the air as showmances blossom.
Jul 10 2016
Bronte, Victor or Tiffany face the threat of eviction and entry into the "Battle Back" twist, and a new Head of Household is crowned.
Jul 07 2016
Tonight, the Power Of Veto is on the line. Will the backdoor plan send Victor to the block? Or will a new target emerge?
Jul 06 2016
Who will become the new HoH, and which two Houseguests will be nominated for eviction? Plus, the BB Roadkill is back, and the winner will secretly pick a third nominee!
Jul 03 2016
Who will be evicted from the Big Brother House? Plus the power will once again be up for grabs and another game changing twist will be announced!
Jun 30 2016
Tonight, it's the first Power of Veto competition of the Summer. Will Paulie, Jozea or Paul be saved from the block?
Jun 29 2016
Tonight, a brand new competition will change the game once again. How will everyone react when the new twist is unleashed? Plus, with the veterans and newbies at war, who will strike next?
Jun 26 2016
Tonight, one team must compete against each other, the loser will be the first House Guest sent packing, leaving the reaming three to decide which one of them will be the first Head Of Household of the Summer. Plus, two House Guests will be nominated for eviction.
Jun 23 2016
Four stowaways secretly tucked away in the house will kick off the two-night premiere event. Four competitions, three twists, two-nights and one Houseguest will be going home before the summer has barely even begun. This summer is guaranteed to be a bumpy ride.
Jun 22 2016

Season 17

40 Episodes

Finale 17x40
Who will the jury crown as the winner of Big Brother? Plus, who did America vote as their favorite Houseguest?
Sep 23 2015
HoH #16 17x39
Tonight, the battle for the final HoH begins. Plus, the final three celebrate the summer. (
Sep 20 2015
Tonight, Beastmode Cowboy returns to host the final and most important Veto competition of the season. Plus, another Houseguest will be sent to jury!
Sep 16 2015
Tonight, who will claim the power of veto and guarantee their spot in the final four? Plus, which houseguest will be evicted, and who will become the next HoH?
Sep 15 2015
Tonight, who will secure their spot to the final four and which two houseguests will be nominated for eviction? Plus, Frankie returns and takes two houseguests on a trip of a lifetime.
Sep 13 2015
Tonight, the wombmates will be split up! Will Liz or Julia be sent to jury? Plus, the final five begin a battle for power.
Sep 10 2015
Veto #13 17x34
Tonight, will the showmance be torn apart, or can the power of veto be used to save either Austin or Liz? Plus, the entire house is thrown into an emotional chaos.
Sep 09 2015
Tonight, a new HoH will be crowned. Will Austwins keep the power, or will Steve, John, or Vanessa's secret alliance emerge from the shadows to strike first?
Sep 06 2015
Will the house say bon voyage to the New Yorker or Miami girl? Plus, it's time for another double eviction!
Sep 03 2015
Veto #11 17x31
Tonight, it's do or die for the country boy and the city girl. Will one of them be saved by the power of veto?
Sep 02 2015
Tonight, which juror will earn their way back into the game and who will gain power as the new head of household? Plus, two new houseguests will be nominated for eviction. And, will Liz and Austin make it official?
Aug 30 2015
Tonight, will the dentist be extracted from the house, or will the trombonist play his final tune? Plus, an epic battle will begin to send one juror back into the house.
Aug 27 2015
Veto #10 17x28
Tonight, will the power of veto be used to save either Steve or Johnny Mac? Plus, the roasting robot Zingbot is back!
Aug 26 2015
Tonight, who will end up running the house and which two houseguests will be nominated?
Aug 23 2015
Tonight, will the dentist's brush with glory come to an end? Or will the Colorado girl be forced to take a hike? Plus, your first look inside the jury house and a new battle for power begins.
Aug 20 2015
Veto #9 17x25
Tonight, will the power of veto save either John or Becky? Plus, will Austin and the twins make a power play against the poker player? And get ready to rock, it's the world premiere of Otev Rock n' Roll.
Aug 19 2015
Tonight, see the fallout from Steve's shocking reign of power, plus, a new Head of Household will be crowned and two new Houseguests will go on the block.
Aug 16 2015
Tonight, which "Sixth Sense" member will walk out the door? Plus, a second Houseguest is leaving!
Aug 13 2015
Veto #7 17x22
Tonight, the veto is up for grabs as BB Comics returns. Plus, will Becky go through with taking out Vanessa?
Aug 12 2015
Tonight, who will claim the HoH and which two houseguests will be nominated? Plus, see the shocking fight that happened right before the eviction.
Aug 09 2015
Will it be Clay or Shelli leaving the Big Brother House? Plus, the Hitmen are back!
Aug 06 2015
Veto #6 17x19
Will the Power of Veto save a showmance or will Clay and Shelli's love be torn apart?
Aug 05 2015
Tonight, will the Sixth Sense alliance stay in power, or will the other side of the house finally claim victory? Plus, which two houseguests will be nominated for eviction?
Aug 02 2015
Tonight, will Becky's game be permanently derailed or will the supermarket cashier check out? Plus, both twins enter the game.
Jul 30 2015
Veto #5 17x16
Will the Veto save either Clay or Becky and will Vanessa go through with the plan to take out Austin?
Jul 29 2015
Four new Houseguests will be nominated, and they'll go to war in the Battle of the Block.
Jul 26 2015
Tonight, will Audrey make it to the live eviction? Plus, two new Heads of Households will be crowned.
Jul 23 2015
Veto #4 17x13
Will the Veto save either Jason or John? Also, an explosive fight leads to shocking consequences and the world premiere of the Wack Street Boys.
Jul 22 2015
Tonight, four houseguests will be nominated, and 90's week continues with a "grunge" inspired Battle of the Block.
Jul 19 2015
Tonight, either James or Jeff will leave the Big Brother house and two new Houseguests will rise to power. Plus, a love triangle brings Austin to the boiling point.
Jul 16 2015
Veto #3 17x10
With Austin dethroned, will HoH Vanessa target James or Jeff? Will the veto screw up her master plan? Plus, Gronk has another surprise for the Houseguests.
Jul 15 2015
Tonight, which four Houseguests will be nominated for eviction? Plus, will the Twin Twist blow up Liz and Julia's game?
Jul 12 2015
Who will get the seventh phone call and win the power of the last laugh and how will it shake up the live eviction? Plus, a new surprise guest will help twist up the game.
Jul 09 2015
Veto #2 17x07
It's all on the line with the Veto back in play. Will Da'vonne or John be saved by the golden power?
Jul 08 2015
The new heads of household move into their rooms and nominate two people for possible eviction.
Jul 05 2015
Will Jackie stay in the Big Brother house? Plus two new HoH's are crowned. Also celebrity super fan Kathy Griffin returns to begin her BB Takeover!
Jul 02 2015
Veto #1 17x04
Who will win the power of veto? And will it be used to save either Jackie or Steve from eviction?
Jul 01 2015
Four Houseguests are nominated for eviction and compete in the Battle of the Block competition. Plus, the BB Takeover will twist up the game.
Jun 28 2015
The remaining Houseguests move in, plus the "BB Takeover" begins as the first surprise guest delivers a game changer!
Jun 25 2015
Two surprise guests will kick off the two-night premiere event as the Houseguests will live in a modern steel beach house that features a towering sky bridge, making it the largest house yet.
Jun 24 2015

Season 16

40 Episodes

The season comes to a close and the final Head of Household, the winner of the $500,000 grand prize, and America's favorite Houseguest will be determined.
Sep 24 2014
The battle for the final head of household begins. Plus Cody, Derrick and Victoria celebrate the summer. Including some hilarious moments you haven't seen.
Sep 19 2014
It's all about the final and most important Power of Veto competition of the season. Plus, another Houseguest will be evicted!
Sep 17 2014
It's a must win PoV for Frankie in this special eviction episode as one player wins HoH and another joins the jury.
Sep 16 2014
Tonight, with the "Rewind Twist", will winning HoH be deja vu for Frankie or will another houseguest rise to power. Plus, the jurors are back for a little revenge.
Sep 14 2014
A game-changing twist is revealed, a houseguest will be saved, and the game will be rewound! Also, past Big Brother winner Dan Gheesling guest stars.
Sep 10 2014
With Frankie safe, will The Hitmen use the Veto as an opportunity to turn on Beast Mode? And with the countdown looming, will their decisions tonight come back to haunt them when the rewind is revealed? Plus, Team America gets their next mission.
Sep 09 2014
A new Head of Household is crowned, and two nominees are put on the block. Plus, Big Brother legends Jeff and Jordan return to the house in which their relationship began, Jeff pops the question fans have been waiting for, and Country music star Brett Eldredge makes a guest appearance.
Sep 07 2014
It's another double eviction night as either Nicole or Victoria's game come to an end. Plus, a brand new twist will be revealed.
Sep 04 2014
With the odds stacked against her, can Nicole save herself at an explosive Veto competition? Plus, will the Puppet Master convince the Detonators to turn on one of their own?
Sep 03 2014
With only seven houseguests remaining, a slippery and sloppy battle of endurance continues to see who will become the new Head of Household. Plus, see who will become nominated for eviction.
Aug 31 2014
Will Donny's luck finally run out or will Nicole be evicted for a second time? Plus, the power is once again up for grabs in an epic battle of endurance! (
Aug 28 2014
Being on the block for the sixth time, can the Veto King pull off another miracle? Plus, a medical emergency rocks the Big Brother house.
Aug 27 2014
Nicole returns from the Jury House in a game-changing twist, and for the first time this season Houseguests compete to become the sole Head of Household.
Aug 24 2014
Either Cody or Zach will be evicted, and the jurors battle to return to the Big Brother game!
Aug 21 2014
Will a Detonator become a new target? Plus, Zingbot is back and he brought Kathy Griffin to dish out the zing.
Aug 20 2014
Tonight Derrick and Frankie each nominate 2 people for eviction and the detonators are forced to resort to drastic measures. Plus, it's a fight for survival in the final Battle of the Block competition of the Summer.
Aug 17 2014
Tonight, either Nicole or Donny will be evicted from the Big Brother house. Plus, Christine, Caleb and Frankie leave the house for an exclusive NFL experience!
Aug 14 2014
With the house in turmoil, the veto is more important than ever. Plus what will the Houseguests think when Frankie reveals all?
Aug 13 2014
The fallout from the double eviction blows up the house, and two new Heads of Household have their nominees fight to survive in the most dramatic Battle of the Block yet!
Aug 10 2014
It's double eviction night as two Houseguests will be evicted by the end of the night. Plus, an evening full of surprises about to shake up the house!
Aug 07 2014
Nicole considers a plan to flip the house and backdoor Frankie, while Zach and Jocasta vie for the Power of Veto.
Aug 06 2014
Tonight, two new Heads of Household will be crowned. Plus, four Houseguests compete in the most punishing Battle of the Block competition yet.
Aug 03 2014
Will Jocasta or Amber be evicted from The Big Brother House? Also, two new HoH's will be crowned!
Jul 31 2014
Who will win the Power of Veto and will it be used to save one of the nominees? Plus, team America attempts to cause a blow up at the Veto meeting.
Jul 30 2014
Which two houseguests will Zach and Frankie nominate for eviction? Plus, the nominees fight for their lives in the battle of the block! (
Jul 27 2014
A houseguest is evicted after Cody makes a nomination that leaves him torn between his own best interests and those his alliance. A new HOH is crowned.
Jul 24 2014
Tonight who will win the power of veto? Plus will the head of household make a game changing move?
Jul 23 2014
Two new heads of household pit their nominees against each other in the Battle of the Block, and Team America gets a new mission.
Jul 20 2014
Tonight, Devin or Caleb will be evicted from the Big Brother House, and the battle to crown two Heads of Household begins. Plus, Jeff Schroeder visits Donny's family and friends.
Jul 17 2014
The Power of Veto is up for grabs. Will the plan to backdoor Devin succeed?
Jul 16 2014
Nicole and Derrick decide which pairs of houseguests must compete in the Battle of the Block, and the nominees fight to avoid eviction.
Jul 13 2014
Watch the repercussions of the Veto meeting. Plus, who will be evicted tonight?
Jul 10 2014
With Amber dethroned as HoH, Devin is left ruler of the house. Plus, a Bomb Squad breakdown leads to a Veto Meeting explosion!
Jul 09 2014
Which two houseguests will Amber and Devin nominate for eviction? Plus, which nominees will be saved in the battle of the block?
Jul 06 2014
It's only been one week and twists have sent this game into overdrive! With alliances crumbling almost as fast as they form one thing is certain, tonight one Houseguest will be evicted and a new HoH will be crowned!
Jul 03 2014
Devin becomes suspicious of Donny and convinces the Bomb Squad to go after the groundskeeper. Meanwhile, it's the first Power of Veto competition of the summer. Will it be used to save those on chopping block?
Jul 02 2014
Frankie and Caleb must decide which four Houseguests to nominate for eviction. Plus, only one pair of nominees will be saved in the first ever Battle of the Block competition.
Jun 29 2014
Eight new Houseguests join the battle for $500,000, a second HoH is chosen, and Julie reveals the first member of Team America.
Jun 26 2014
This season promises to be the most twisted summer ever as 16 new Houseguests move into the Big Brother house to compete for $500,000.
Jun 25 2014

Season 15

36 Episodes

Finale 15x36
After a summer of controversy, outrageous behavior, showmances, tears, and epic battles, it all comes down to this. Who will win the final HoH and walk away with a half a million dollars?
Sep 18 2013
The Exterminators must now fight against each other as the final three-part HOH competition begins. Plus, Andy, Spencer, and GinaMarie look back on the most emotional, volatile, and humorous memories of the summer.
Sep 15 2013
The final four become three. There's only one last nomination ceremony, one last veto challenge, and one last chance to compete in the live Season Finale!
Sep 12 2013
Can McCrae out play the exterminators in the Veto competition in order to save himself? Plus, Big Brother winner Ian is back and another houseguest will be evicted
Sep 11 2013
With only 5 Houseguests left, no one is safe from the chopping block. Also, a new Head of Household is crowned.
Sep 08 2013
Big Brother's queen bee attempts to claw her way out of trouble along with the teflon pawn on a Double Eviction episode.
Sep 05 2013
Amanda melts down after being nominated. Plus, who will win the power of veto and will it be used to save Amanda or McCrae?
Sep 04 2013
Will the power shift as a new Head of Household is crowned? Plus, will 'McCranda' continue to run the game?
Sep 01 2013
Will Big Brother's most deceptive power couple lose their strongest competitor or their stealthiest informant?
Aug 29 2013
Elissa is HOH and ready to flip the house, and Zingbot returns
Aug 28 2013
A new HoH is crowned and one of the Jury returns with a vengeance!
Aug 25 2013
A power player and a perennial pawn are both up on the chopping block, and for the first time in Big Brother history, a Jury member will fight for a chance to come back!
Aug 22 2013
Helen and Elissa fight for their lives in the veto compitition. Plus Aaryn and Amanda go head to head.
Aug 21 2013
With only 8 Houseguests left, the pressure begins to build. Also, the Houseguests play a competition that leaves them completely in the dark.
Aug 18 2013
In the Big Brother house, be careful who you nominate. Another Houseguest joins the jury.
Aug 15 2013
Their numbers are dwindling, and the Houseguests can't hide their alliances anymore. Will the veto save one of the nominees?
Aug 14 2013
Watch the dramatic turn of events that lead to Judd's unexpected eviction. The HOH competition reveals where loyalties lie.
Aug 11 2013
With one live veto competition and a double eviction hanging over their heads, the Houseguests are freaking out on this special live episode of Big Brother.
Aug 08 2013
America's pick for the third nominee will be named and all three must battle it out in the Veto competition.
Aug 07 2013
With another Houseguest out the door, a battle for HoH resumes with a surprising winner, all leading to a dramatic nominations ceremony.
Aug 04 2013
She's kept calm in the chaos but no more miss nice girl as another houseguest is sent packing.
Aug 01 2013
The Houseguests still have no idea that America is the MVP, and your nominee shocks the house! Also, it's a battle back in time for the veto.
Jul 31 2013
After winning HOH, Aaryn must decide whether to honor a deal she made with other the Houseguests. And, the pressure of the game starts to take its toll on Candice and Howard.
Jul 28 2013
Three girls are nominated for eviction and the claws are coming out on tonight's live episode.
Jul 25 2013
The house guests find out who America voted for as the third nominee for eviction. Plus, they get down and dirty in a fight for the veto.
Jul 24 2013
As Judd nominates two Houseguests for eviction, tensions run high and two Houseguests begin to turn on each other. Also, a new showmance begins to blossom.
Jul 21 2013
Aaryn, Spencer and Jeremy are up on the block. Whichever Houseguest goes home, the house wins. Plus a new HOH is crowned.
Jul 18 2013
A new MVP is in the house and there is a new house guest up for eviction. Plus, will the power of veto be used on one of the three nominees?
Jul 17 2013
The new HOH chooses two people for eviction and the house is divided between two big alliances.
Jul 14 2013
Another houseguest is eliminated as the remaining houseguests gear up for the next HoH competition.
Jul 11 2013
The second MVP of the season is named as the Power of Veto is once again up for grabs. Plus a Big Brother favorite returns with surprising news for the Houseguests.
Jul 10 2013
The results of the HOH are in. The new HOH chooses two people for eviction and new alliances are made.
Jul 07 2013
It's the first live episode of the season and one of three Houseguests up for eviction will be sent packing.
Jul 03 2013
Tensions rise in the Big Brother house as McCrae faces the backlash of the two houseguests he nominated for eviction and America chooses the first Big Brother MVP who also nominates a houseguest. Also, the houseguests compete for the power of veto which could change everything. Marcela Valladolid from the CBS show "The American Baking Competition" guest-stars.
Jul 02 2013
After McCrae won the first Head of Household competition of the season, he must nominate two of his fellow HouseGuests for eviction. The third nominee for eviction will be made prior to the Power of Veto competition. The first "Have or Have Not" competition of the season also takes place.
Jun 30 2013
Sixteen all new HouseGuests move into the newly-designedBig Brother house and will spend the summer of 2013 competing for $500,000. Each HouseGuest hales from a different background yet they must form alliances and opt to lie or not lie as they seek to become the 15th Champion of Big Brother. After spending a brief introductory time with each other, the HouseGuests competed in the first The Head of Household competition of the season.
Jun 26 2013

Season 14

30 Episodes

The summer of 2012 officially concludes tonight with the season finale of Big Brother 14. The final three HouseGuests (Dan, Danielle and Ian) must battle in the final Head of Household competition, which consists of three parts. The winner of part one faces the winner of part two in part three of the finalHead of Household competition. The winner of this competition must then choose which HouseGuest to evict.The power then shifts to the jury who must chose which one of the two final HouseGuests will be crowned the winner of Big Brother 14.
Sep 19 2012
The final three HouseGuests (Dan, Danielle and Ian) sit down for a feast and take a stroll down memory lane to revisit some of the high and low moments of the Big Brother 14 season.Part one of the three part final Head of Household competition begins, but does not finish.
Sep 16 2012
Following Danielle's Head of Household win, the HouseGuests jostle to be one of the HouseGuests not nominated. After the nomination ceremony, the Power of Veto competition is held, which is followed by the veto ceremony and the eleventh live eviction.
Sep 13 2012
Julie surprised the HouseGuests by announcing that another HouseGuest would be evicted on this Wednesday night episode. First, the Power of Veto competition was held. The winner would not only receive the golden power of veto, but would also win a "luxury" prize. Following the veto ceremony, the HouseGuests voted to evict yet another of their roommates. Finally, the eleventh Head of Household competition is held.
Sep 12 2012
Following the second double-eviction week of the summer in which Frank and Joe were evicted, the HouseGuests find themselves ready to vie in the Head of Household competition. After the HoH competition, the new Head of Household must nominate two HouseGuests for eviction.
Sep 09 2012
In the second "double eviction" episode of the season, either Frank or Joe becomes the ninth HouseGuest evicted from the Big Brother house. Following this first eviction, a full week's worth of Big Brother action takes place, live, and the episode ends with the tenth HouseGuest being evicted.
Sep 06 2012
After Ian won the endurance-based Head of Household competition, he nominated Frank and Jenn C. for eviction, and thereby reuniting the "Quack Pack."Now, Ian, Frank, Jenn and three other HouseGuests must vie for the Power of Veto.
Sep 05 2012
Following Britney's backdoor eviction after Frank's third reign as Head of Household, a new divide splits the Big Brother House and the ninth Head of Household competition is completed. The new HoH must then nominate two more HouseGuests for eviction.
Sep 02 2012
In the week of Frank's third reign in the Big Brother House, with Dan and Danielle as the original nominees, the HouseGuests must choose to evict one of two fellow HouseGuests (Britney or Danielle) after Jenn C. won the power of veto used it to pull Dan off the block. The 9th Head of Household Competition starts but does not end.
Aug 30 2012
After Frank won the Head of Household competition and Ian found a golden veto ball after Frank opened Pandora's Box, Frank put up Dan and Danielle on the block. The two nominees, the HoH and three other HouseGuests must now vie for the Power of Veto. Meanwhile, Dan attempts to influence Ian to use the veto ball to save him if Dan doesn't win the PoV Competition.
Aug 29 2012
Following Thursday's "double eviction" episode in which we saw Mike "Boogie" and Ashley leave the Big Brother house, this episode begins with the HouseGuests battling in the Head of Household competition. The episode concludes with the new Head of Household nominating two HouseGuests for eviction.
Aug 26 2012
In this very special edition of Big Brother, the double eviction show returns. First, the HouseGuests must choose to evict either Jenn or Mike "Boogie" after Head of Household, Shane, put up Jenn following Frank's pulling himself off the block as the veto winner.After the first live eviction of the evening, the show speeds up and a full week of Big Brother plays out in the final 45 minutes of the episode.
Aug 23 2012
Following Head of Household's, Frank's, nominations of Frank and Boogie, six HouseGuests, including the HoH, the two nominees and three others vie for the Power of Veto.Following the Power of Veto competition, the veto ceremony is held.
Aug 22 2012
The episode picks up where the previous episode ended. We find the HouseGuests still vying for the Head of Household title in this endurance-based HoH competition. After the Head of Household competition ends, the new HoH must nominate two HouseGuests for eviction.
Aug 19 2012
With Head of Household, Frank, holding all of the power in the Big Brother house this week after his Power of Veto win, he chose not to veto either of his two initial nominees. And so, one of Wil or Joe will become the next HouseGuest sent packing. After the live eviction, the sixth Head of Household competition begins, but does not end as it is an "endurance" competition.
Aug 16 2012
After Head of Household, Frank, nominated Joe and Wil for eviction, the three of them plus an additional three HouseGuests vie for the golden power of veto. Following the competition, the veto ceremony is held in which the power of veto holder chooses whether he or she wants to use it to save one of the two nominees from the block.
Aug 15 2012
After Frank won his second Head of Household competition of the summer, players aligned with the evicted Janelle scramble and wonder who Frank will nominate. The HouseGuests compete in a "Have or Have-Not" competition.
Aug 12 2012
After Head of Household, Danielle, won the Power of Veto and used the veto to save one of her initial nominees, Will, and subsequently put up Janelle as the replacement nominee, the remaining HouseGuest must vote to evict either Frank or Janelle. Following the live eviction, the fifth Head of Household competition is held.
Aug 09 2012
Now that Frank and Wil have been nominated for eviction by Head of Household, Danielle, the nominees, the Head of Household and three other HouseGuests vie for the power of veto. Following the PoV competition, the veto ceremony is held.
Aug 08 2012
After it was revealed that America had voted to allow the coaches into the game, neither Frank nor Joe was evicted last week and the HouseGuests, including Boogie, Dan, Janelle and Britney, began the Head of Household competition. After the Head of Household competition is completed and a new Head of Household is crown, the new HoH nominates two HouseGuests for eviction.
Aug 05 2012
After Frank was put up as a replacement nominee following Shane's PoV victory and subsequent veto of one of his own original nominees, the HouseGuests must vote to evict the third HouseGuest. Also, find out if the coaches enter the game as players. Finally, a new Head of Household competition starts.
Aug 02 2012
Six HouseGuests, including the two nominees, Joe and Ashley, and the Head of Household, Shane, vie for the golden power of veto.Following the competition, the veto ceremony is held. The veto winner may chose to remove one of the nominees from the block.
Aug 01 2012
After Shane's Head of Household competition win, it's time to see his HoH bedroom. Following this, the coaches compete in the third coach's competition of the season. Finally, Shane nominates two more HouseGuests for eviction.
Jul 29 2012
After one of Head of Household, Frank's, nominees, Shane, won the golden power of veto and removed himself from the block, Frank was forced to put up Danielle as the replacement nominee. If Danielle were to be evicted by the HouseGuests, then Coach Dan would go home. If the other nominee, JoJo, were to be evicted, Coach Britney would only have one player left in the game. In the end, the HouseGuests must vote to evict either JoJo or Danielle. Following the second live eviction, the third Head of Household competition is held.
Jul 26 2012
Following Willie's ejection from the Big Brother house, Frank must change his plans and nominate two fellow HouseGuests for eviction. Six HouseGuests, including the HoH and the two nominees, vie for the power of veto. Following the competition, the PoV winner must choose whether or not to remove a nominee from the block.
Jul 25 2012
As the new Head of Household, Frank, settles into his new HoH bedroom, the power in the house begins to shift away from the outgoing HoH, Willie. Meanwhile another Coach's Competition is held followed by the second Nomination Ceremony, where Frank must select two fellow HouseGuests for eviction.
Jul 22 2012
The houseguests cast their vote to evict Frank or Kara followed by the HoH competition.
Jul 19 2012
The house reels from Willie's unexpected and strategic nominations and the houseguests struggle to gather some 'Loose Change' for the Power of Veto.
Jul 18 2012
Willie settles into his role as HoH and must select two houseguests for nomination. A new type of power is revealed.
Jul 15 2012
12 new houseguests move into the Big Brother house and in a series first, four of the most successful players to ever enter the Big Brother house, will return to play their own game and for their own separate prize.
Jul 12 2012

Season 13

29 Episodes

Finale 13x29
Two of the three remaining houseguests battle for the final HoH. The winner of Big Brother is announced and America chooses its favorite houseguest.
Sep 14 2011
The four remaining houseguests try to secure a place in the final three and the race is on for the newest and most powerful HoH.
Sep 08 2011
On a special eviction episode Kalia and Porsche fight for their lives. In the jury house, Jeff has some choice words for Shelly.
Sep 07 2011
After the HoH competition, it is a no holds barred game play and the new HoH has to decide whether or not to open Pandora's box.
Sep 04 2011
Shelly makes some surprising promises to Rachel and Jordan if they vote to evict Adam.
Sep 01 2011
After Pandora's box was opened and the duo twist was unleashed on the house for the second time Rachel and Jordan get a new potential lease on life as they prepare to fight for the PoV. Plus, Jordan gives Shelly the cold shoulder.
Aug 31 2011
Jordan takes her anger out on a former alliance member and all the veterans fight for their lives.
Aug 28 2011
The house explodes when an unexpected double eviction is announced, a new HoH is crowned a a live veto competition takes place.
Aug 25 2011
The houseguests are hit with some real zingers from the Zingbot 3000 before the battle it out in the Power of Veto competition.
Aug 24 2011
When a new HoH is crowned, one houseguest learns the hard way the consequences of their actions.
Aug 21 2011
As Rachel tries to find a way to save Brendon from eviction, the other houseguests weigh the consequences of aligning with her, and a new HoH competition gets underway.
Aug 18 2011
The houseguests are given the chance to win prizes during the PoV competition and Brendon & Rachel scramble to stay in the house.
Aug 17 2011
The twist throws a huge wrench in one houseguests plan and the new HoH has one of the most difficult game choices to make.
Aug 14 2011
Treachery reaches an all-time hight as the houseguests seek the best strategy to remain in the game. A gross miscalculation may lead to an unexpected eviction and a former evictee will return to the Big Brother house.
Aug 11 2011
With the intent of going after Kalia, Jeff vows to win the Power of Veto and take himself off the block.
Aug 10 2011
On nomination day, HoH Kalia must decide whther to listen to advice from others or make a bold decision herself keeping in mind that the evicted houseguest may ultimately come back into the game.
Aug 07 2011
A veteran is evicted eliminating one half of a power couple. A new twist is introduced and a newbie is crowned HoH.
Aug 04 2011
Past competitions come into play as Brendon and Rachel fight to win the Power of Veto.
Aug 03 2011
The Golden Key twist is over and a new HoH is crowned, filling the house with paranoia.
Jul 31 2011
The Big Brother house dissolves into a sea of angry voices and flared tempers as the houseguests try to outmaneuver each other and despite his best efforts another houseguest is eliminated.
Jul 28 2011
The houseguests compete for the Power of Veto and the power couples start to suspect some foul play.
Jul 27 2011
A celebrity pays a visit to the house for a luxury competition, but it only creates more drama within the veteran alliance.
Jul 24 2011
Alliances shift and come under strain as the houseguests try to lengthen their stay in the Big Brother house. And as one houseguest is eliminated but a unanimous vote, another houseguest is crowned HoH.
Jul 21 2011
Dominic swears to dig, claw and scratch his way to safety this week as he and Adam prepare for the Power of Veto competition.
Jul 20 2011
With the first eviction, the alliances turn from a team mentality into individual game play and a houseguest is injured during a competition.
Jul 17 2011
The houseguests discuss Evil Dick's sudden departure from the Big Brother house, the first eviction of the season occurs and a new HoH is crowned.
Jul 14 2011
As the players prepare for their first veto competition of the summer, one houseguest is forced to unexpectedly leave the house.
Jul 13 2011
Now partnered up, the houseguests formulate their strategies and HoH winner Rachel must decide on her two nominations. How will the twist of the "Golden Key" affect her decision?
Jul 10 2011
Eight new houseguests move into the Big Brother house and in addition to being immediately faces with two shocking twists, learn that they will be playing against former players.
Jul 07 2011

Season 12

30 Episodes

Finale 12x30
Sep 15 2010
Sep 12 2010
Sep 09 2010
Sep 08 2010
Sep 05 2010
Sep 02 2010
Sep 01 2010
Aug 29 2010
Aug 26 2010
Aug 25 2010
Aug 22 2010
A shocking revelation, an unexpected eviction and a new Head-of-Household is chosen.
Aug 19 2010
A surprise guest returns to the house when Pandora's Box is opened once again. Also, the 'ZingBot 3000' enters the house to host a high stakes veto competition.
Aug 18 2010
Season 12: Episode 17: With Rachel Gone, Brendon Strikes Back With a Vengeance With Rachel evicted, Brendon notes he is now fighting for himself in the Head of Household competition, where the houseguests must untangle a long rope across an equally long grid of an obstacle course. Outgoing HoH Matt is concerned, because his secret Brigade alliance members can’t seem to win competitions without him. As the HoH competition continues, Brendon is a man on a mission, plowing through the obstacle course while shouting out messages like, “This one’s for you, Rach!” Thanks to the rain and mud, Hayden notes the weight of the rope is killing his back. Enzo explains this competition is a “city kid’s nightmare,” while Lane relishes the competition because he gets dirty and untangles rope “on a daily basis.” While Britney and Ragan are worried about a Brendon win, Enzo says that scenario is just fine. It turns out just a few hours before the Thursday live show, he and his fellow Brigade member Hayden cut a deal with Brendon and Rachel! They agreed to work with whatever “Brenchel” member remains in the house. Enzo thinks this is a smart move for him and Hayden, who have been uncomfortably watching as Lane gets closer to Britney, while Matt works his virtual showmance with Ragan. Brendon cruises along, but at one point gets stuck in a tangle of rope. Lane is plowing forward, raising the hopes of Britney, Matt and Ragan. But after some refocusing, Brendon regains his mojo and clocks the competition—with a ring of the buzzer, a completely untangled Brendon is named the new HoH! “Rachel, that one was for you,” Brendon yells before rubbing his win in everyone’s face. He quickly picks Matt, Ragan and Britney as the Have Nots this week. A tearful Britney gets some cheering up from Lane, who tells her he has her back, proof that their big brother-little sister relationship is only strengthening. Later in the Have Not bedroom, Ragan, Britney and Matt commiserate. Britney and Ragan get emotional, but Matt isn’t particularly moved. Since he holds the secret Diamond Power of Veto, Matt knows he can pull himself off the block even if he gets nominated. He puts up a good front but he’s still annoyed he has to hang with “a couple of girls.” Who wants to see my HoH Room? Brendon enjoys showing off his HoH suite to the HouseGuests, which appalls Britney, who has no energy for the fake exercise. Enzo and Kathy, who energetically show their enthusiasm for Brendon’s pictures and letter from home, particularly disgust Britney. Ragan has no interest in hearing about Brendon, because he knows what Brendon’s HoH means for him. “I don’t want to help him celebrate a victory that will most possibly see me walk out the door,” Ragan says. Later in the bathroom, Hayden and Enzo conspire. Enzo is not happy that Matt is spending so much time with Ragan, who Enzo wants to target. Enzo also has Britney in his sights, because once she goes Lane will be completely re-focused on the Brigade. Enzo goes to talk to Brendon in the HoH suite with the hopes of pushing his two preferred eviction nominees, but Brendon has other plans—he wants to put up Lane and Britney! Enzo does his best to pitch Ragan as an alternative to Lane, but Brendon doesn’t commit to anything. Secret Agent Man Secret Saboteur Ragan gets called to the Diary Room where he selects his next Sabotage. Ragan decides to go with a message that revives the secret friendship rumor from one of Annie’s first Sabotages. Soon after the HouseGuests are all called into the living room by the Saboteur. The Saboteur tells them they were unsuccessful in getting him out of the game, but that the “lifelong friends” are still in the house. The HouseGuests get one hint—the friends are a male-female couple. With only two women in the house, Britney and Kathy are immediately huge targets. Both swear they are not in any secret friendships, but Brendon doesn’t believe anyone in the house. After the HouseGuests learn this week’s Have Not foods are escargot and eggplant, Ragan talks to Matt about their chances this week. Without saying he has the secret Diamond Power of Veto, Matt encourages Ragan to go and pitch Brendon, and not worry about him. Ragan makes a play to Brendon, saying if the two of them teamed up no one would suspect it. He also promises Brendon he would be safe. Brendon notes in Dairy Room Ragan makes a compelling offer, but he was still one of the main architects in sending his girl home. Brendon then decides to also hear what Britney has to say. She makes similar promises of safety, but notes in Diary Room she is just telling Brendon what he wants to hear. Brendon calls everyone in for the Nomination Ceremony. Britney feels she is 100 percent going on the block, while Lane notes he has a bad feeling about the nominations. Ragan grouses about Brendon not being a logical player, while Matt notes he is safe with his Diamond Power of Veto, but would prefer to be safe off the bat and avoid a nomination in the first place. After all the keys are pulled, Lane and Ragan are the nominees. “Nobody floats by,” Brendon warns, as Lane calls this Brendon’s “dumbest move yet.” Ragan can’t believe he turned down his offer, while Enzo expresses his fury over a Brigade nomination. Meanwhile, Britney is stunned she escaped a nomination. So who will win the Power of Veto? And will the Veto be used? And what will another Pandora’s Box unleash on the house? Find out Wednesday, August 18 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Aug 15 2010
Season 12: Episode 16: This Week's Evicted Houseguest Gets the Dubious Distinction of Being the First Jury Member In response to Brendon’s strongly worded speech at the veto ceremony, Ragan calls him a “neanderthal” for being so aggressive. Britney is just as furious at Brendon, and suggests that he should be the one to leave this week. In the storage room, Brendon tells Rachel that he lashed out at Ragan and Britney as a strategy, so this way he will definitely go home over his “true love.” Brendon admits in diary room that some people may think he’s an idiot for giving up a half-million dollars for a girl, but he’s more than willing to do it for someone he loves. Soon after Rachel and Britney talk in the cabana room. Britney tells Rachel that Brendon hates women, but their friendship is fine. Britney tells Rachel she is worried thatthe “sinking ship” that is Brendon is hurting Rachel’s game, and Rachel starts to cry. Rachel reveals in the diary room that she made a point of getting upset in front of Britney to help solidify Brendon’s plan and make it seem like she had no idea about the attack. Britney goes outside to vent to Enzo, Lane and Hayden about Brendon’s behavior. They listen politely, but when Britney walks off they laugh about their astounding good luck. Everyone in the house is at each other’s throats, but once again, the members of their secret Brigade alliance are totally safe. Upstairs the fourth Brigade member and Head of Household Matt hangs out with his house pal Ragan. Initially the idea was to get Rachel out this week, but after the stunt Brendon pulled, the target may have changed. Will Brendon’s plan work? Later that night Rachel tries to make amends with Ragan, a former friend. Rachel wants to know what happened, but Ragan wants none of it. He calmly yet firmly picks Rachel’s game apart, telling her that they operate on different levels and that she is a “bad sport.” Rachel leaves in tears while Brendon charges over and demands to know why Ragan made her cry. The two end up arguing, with Brendon getting more and more upset. Britney eventually gets into it, yelling insults at Brendon as he yells back. Meanwhile, Enzo sits on the sidelines and smiles. The next day, Enzo, Hayden and Lane discuss their options in the HoH suite. Rachel is a strong competitor, and could be their ally if she is left in the house. Brendon is hated, but more importantly he is weak at competitions. Hayden notes if Brendon stays, he would be a huge target for next week, which keeps the Brigade out of everyone’s sights. Enzo muses that this game is crazy—what once seemed like an obvious choice is suddenly complicated. Host Julie Chen checks in with the HouseGuests and congratulates them on reaching the halfway mark in the game and announces that seven of them will be in the jury, while the final two will vie for the $500,000 prize. Julie asks Matt if opening Pandora’s Box was a difficult decision and if the risk was worth the reward. Matt admits it was not difficult because he has no self control, but lies when he says it was NOT worth the reward! When Julie asks who each of them think is the most underestimated player, the majority of the HouseGuests choose Ragan and Britney, with Rachel suggesting everyone needs to amp up their games. Brendon’s love of Rachel seems so encompassing it is hard to believe he was ever in a serious relationship before. But a quick trip to Orange County, California proves Brendon had a love life before Rachel! Brendon’s ex-fiancee Candice and her mom Mia have been watching the unfolding romance with particular interest. Everything Brendon has said to Rachel is all too familiar to Candice, who notes Brendon’s emotional outbursts and demands are a hallmark of his personality. Mia says she is relieved Brendon is not her son-in-law, while Candice says she is proud to be a member of “Team Rachel.” Candice hopes Rachel “sees the light” when it comes to how Brendon is impacting her game. And the First Member of the Jury is… After declaring their love for each other in their departing speeches, Rachel and Brendon wait for the result of the HouseGuest vote. By a unanimous 6-0 vote, Rachel is voted out of the house. As she walks out of the house, Rachel hugs and kisses Brendon and tells him to win for them, but ignores all other houseguests. Outside with Julie, Rachel says she is not shocked she has been eliminated because the rest of the house is scared of her. But after she watches the goodbye messages, Rachel learns from Julie she may not be totally done with the house just yet… Julie checks in with the remaining houseguests, who have moved outside to the back yard, which has been turned into a huge barnyard. Julie explains the players must make their way across a massive web as they untangle their individual ropes. The first houseguest to untangle his or herself and ring the buzzer is the new HoH! So who will be the new Head of Household? And who will be nominated for eviction? And will secret Saboteur Ragan get away with his next sabotage? Find out Sunday, August 15 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Aug 12 2010
Season 12: Episode 15: Jeff and Jordan Return to Host the Veto Competition Head of Household Matt explains he nominated Brendon and Rachel—his two biggest threats—because “they are a virus to the house.” Brendon thinks this was a stupid move by Matt, who is now “Brenchel’s” prime target. Immediately after the nomination, Brendon tries to kiss and cheer up Rachel, but she is nearly inconsolable. Brendon forces her to get up and go out into the kitchen, so that everyone else will feel awkward. Brendon calls Matt a “midget,” and Rachel cuts onions so angrily that a disgusted Kathy wonders if Rachel is going to hurt herself. Britney tries to talk to Rachel in the hopes of cooling off her antics, but Rachel is having none of it. Later that night the HouseGuests go into the back yard to find a practice bowling alley for the upcoming veto competition. Everyone takes turns with the miniature bowling balls and oversized pins, except for Rachel, who gets upset and rushes to her bedroom. Brendon runs after her and tells her that she can do it, but by this point Rachel is finished. “I have nothing left to give,” she cries. Not one to take no for an answer, Brendon threatens to pick her up and carry her back to the practice lane. Rachel admits she has never quit before and makes her way back outside. She starts off slow, but Rachel finds her competitive spirit and focuses on her practice. As everyone else slips off to bed, Rachel and Brendon stay up nearly all practicing. “This is my house,” Rachel charges. “Nobody is going to take me down.” Surprise Guests Matt comes out from the Diary Room and announces it is time to pick players for the veto competition. Besides HoH Matt and the nominees Rachel and Brendon, the other Houseguests randomly chosen to play include Enzo, Kathy and Britney. Ragan also gets the chance to play thanks to the veto play card he chose in a previous competition. But Matt does not select the benched Hayden or Lane as the host. So who will take on this important role? Everyone is chilling around the house when suddenly the doorbell rings! This season’s Houseguests get a surprise when former BIG BROTHER HouseGuests Jeff and Jordan walk through the door! After a quick trip around the house to see their old haunt, Jeff and Jordan take everyone outside to the now Valentine’s Day-themed bowling alley for the Veto competition appropriately named Lover’s Lane! Jeff and Jordan explain to the HouseGuests when they knock down one of the five pins on Lover’s Lane, a second pin drops down. Once a bowler has finished his or her round, they can decide who will challenge them. If the challenger scores less, they are eliminated, but if they score more, then the first bowler is eliminated. Rachel is up first. She knocks down six pins, and picks Kathy as her challenger. Kathy knows Rachel picked her because she perceives the oldest HouseGuest as a weak player, but that is fine by her. “Bring it on,” Kathy says. And boy does she ever! Kathy scores seven pins, knocking Rachel out of the game! Rachel can’t believe Kathy cheers after her win—now she is rubbing it in Rachel’s face. Brendon is up next. Despite a strong start, Brendon chokes, taking down only three pins. Rachel can’t believe this—she feels a monkey could have knocked down more pins! Brendon chooses Britney, who quickly racks up five hits, sending a furious Brendon packing. With the two nominees out, the rest of the HouseGuests play a leisurely game as Rachel and Brendon fume. Britney ultimately wins the Veto competition, and before Jeff heads out with Jordan, he reminds everyone to check out his CBS.com online series AROUND THE WORLD FOR FREE. As everyone prepares for a post-competition dinner, Rachel confronts Kathy. Rachel demands an apology for her behavior during the game, but Kathy immediately shuts Rachel down. Everyone is shocked by Rachel, who refuses to back down and tells Kathy she has to apologize. Kathy gets angry and reminds Rachel she picked her because she thought Kathy would lose—but her strategy backfired when Kathy won. Here Comes the Saboteur After fielding suggestions from viewers, secret Saboteur Ragan decides he will try and pit Rachel against Brendon. In a message from the living room monitor, the Saboteur announces Brendon has been throwing competitions. Rachel doesn’t buy this for a second, and notes the Saboteur cannot “break up her love.” Matt and Britney think the message proves Rachel is the Saboteur. Ragan is loving all of this, because not only do they think that Rachel is the guilty party, but no one suspects him! Rachel pulls aside Britney and asks her to use the Veto on either her or Brendon. To sweeten the deal, she offers Britney the $5,000 she won in a previous competition. Britney turns her down and notes that taking the money would make her a prime target next week. Rachel tells Brendon that they are doomed, but Brendon says he is going to see if he can shake things up. Britney calls everyone in for the Veto ceremony. Rachel once again offers Britney $5000 if she uses the Veto on either of them. Brendon gets up and tears into Britney, calling her a “spoiled brat” and selfish. Britney laughs at Brendon, and sarcastically tells him he is a “class act” who is showing his true colors. To no one’s surprise, Britney opts not to use the Veto. Brendon hopes his speech worked—he wants the house so mad at him they all vote him out, saving Rachel for another week. So will Brendon’s plan work? And who will be the next Head of Household? Find out live Thursday, August 12 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Aug 11 2010
Season 12: Episode 14: The New HoH is Tempted by Pandora's Box, Unleashing the New Saboteur on the House The HouseGuests continue to spin on the giant paint can for the endurance Head of Household competition. After seeing his secret showmance Kristen sent packing, Hayden wants to win and seek revenge on outgoing HoH Rachel and her showmance, Brendon. Fellow Brigade member Enzo is happy to see Kristen gone, because now Hayden’s head will be back in the game. Kathy quickly has enough, and announces she is dropping and taking one for the team by being stuck on slop for the week. Several HouseGuests find this amusing, because they assume Kathy—always a weak competitor—would be the first one to drop anyway. Meanwhile outgoing HoH Rachel cheers from the sidelines for Brendon, who struggles to stay on the can. Enzo decides to let the other Brigade members do the hard work and drops out, a move that irritates Matt. Enzo is “undoubtedly the most selfish,” Matt confides in Diary Room, noting his Brigade buddy will always let everyone else in their alliance do the heavy lifting. Despite Rachel’s support, Brendon falls. “When he needed me to compete, I did it twice,” she fumes. Soon after, Lane drops out of the competition, followed by Britney and Hayden. This once again leaves Matt and Ragan competing for the final spot in an endurance challenge. “For some reason the brain is the last one standing,” Matt says, noting he always saves the Brigade. With no interest in being the winner this week, Ragan drops, making Matt the HoH for the second time this season. As everyone cleans up, Hayden, Enzo and Matt conspire in the storage room. Hayden loves that Rachel and Brendon are squirming now. Enzo wants to make sure Matt uses his HoH properly this time—just put Rachel and Brendon up on the block and be done with it. Meanwhile, Brendon approaches Rachel in the rust bedroom to console her, but Rachel is still irritated at him. She feels Brendon has put a target on her back, but isn’t about to tell him that. To Open or Not to Open Matt comes into his HoH suite and is faced with a huge question mark attached to a previously unnoticed door. Matt learns he is now faced with Pandora’s Box! If he opens the Box he has a chance to dramatically alter the game, but there could be consequences for him, the rest of the house, or both. Matt goes for it and enters the question mark door. Inside he learns he is getting the Diamond Power of Veto, which allows him to save himself or anyone else for the next two weeks, and also solely pick who will go up as the replacement nominee. The deal is he can’t reveal he has the Diamond Power of Veto until he uses it. Matt goes downstairs and tells the house he opened Pandora’s Box, but lies about his prize—he tells them he won just $1, but Brendon and Lane are both immediately suspicious. Matt doesn’t know this, but opening Pandora’s Box sets another action in motion—Ragan is called to the Diary Room, where he learns he has been chosen the new Saboteur by America! Ragan learns if he accepts the Saboteur challenge, he must pull off six Sabotages for the next two weeks. If he succeeds, he gets $20,000. After some hemming and hawing, Ragan takes on the challenge. The next day Rachel goes into the Cabana room to pitch Matt on staying. Ragan asks if he should leave, and Rachel says it’s fine if he stays, because she knows they are buddies. This irks Ragan, who explains he and Matt are not in an alliance. Rachel snaps back and says this has nothing to do with him, but Ragan notes Rachel started it by accusing the two male friends of being in an alliance. The exchange gets more heated, prompting Brendon to join the conversation. Brendon suggests Matt and Ragan are as much of a pair as him and Rachel! Matt—who has been keeping quiet as everyone else bickers—calls out Brendon on that statement, which prompts Rachel to send Ragan and Brendon out of the room. In the kitchen with everyone else watching, Ragan and Brendon bicker so much that Rachel feels the need to come and collect Brendon! Rachel finally gets her moment with Matt, and explains aligning with “Brenchel” would be good for his game. She also notes after one of them are gone, people will be coming after Matt. Hello Old Friend Once things calm down, the HouseGuests chill out until they hear a familiar static sound—the Saboteur is back! Everyone rushes into the living room where the Saboteur announces that Matt opening Pandora’s Box, has released the Saboteur back into the game. After the message, the HouseGuests talk about how one of them has been recruited to be the new Saboteur. Matt is sweating—he notes in Dairy Room that he never should have opened Pandora’s Box in the first place. Trying to throw suspicion off himself, Ragan suggests there has to be an incentive for the new Saboteur. But Ragan better watch out--Enzo says he wants to sniff the Saboteur out! It’s time for the nominations. Matt calls everyone in, and to no one’s surprise, nominates Rachel and Brendon for eviction, citing their continued dominance in HoH and Veto competitions. Who will win the Power of Veto? And will they use it to save Brendon or Rachel? And how will the houseguests react when last season’s showmance Jeff and Jordan return to the house for a special visit? Find out Tuesday, August 10 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Aug 08 2010
Season 12: Episode 13: The Secret Showmance is Broken Up as Another HouseGuest is Sent Packing “What just happened?” Hayden asks. He thought he had a deal with Brendon and Head of Household Rachel, with Kathy going up on the chopping block in his place. Britney thought she was using the veto, until she found out Rachel was going to put up her buddy Lane instead of Kathy. Britney knows Hayden and Kristen are upset, but Britney didn’t want to chance Lane going home. It turns out Rachel had no intention of making a “super alliance” with Hayden and Kristen, and threw Lane’s name out there to make sure Britney didn’t use the veto. Rachel has one goal this week—get Kristen out of the house! Kathy comforts a tearful Kristen in the rust bedroom. Both of the women think Britney is being controlled by the devil, aka Rachel. Meanwhile Hayden hustles outside to the “devil” and Brendon. Hayden tells them that there are no hard feelings, and Brendon and Rachel assure him he is safe this week because Brendon is a sure vote for Hayden to stay. With Brendon’s vote and three votes from his secret alliance the Brigade, Hayden knows he won’t be going home. Hayden then goes into the rust bedroom to check in on Kristen, but Britney interrupts. Britney explains what Rachel told her, and Kristen realizes Rachel purposely derailed any possible four-way alliance between the two showmances because Rachel wants Kristen out. Britney leaves them as Kristen begins to break down. Hayden comforts her, and encourages her to campaign for herself. Bad Hair Day Later that night, Britney, Matt and Ragan clown around in the HoH suite, with Britney and Matt deciding to put in Rachel’s hair extensions. The antics are going strong when all the sudden Rachel and Brendon walk in! Britney is terrified that she just got busted, but Rachel is a good sport and enjoys the imitation. Britney can’t believe Rachel doesn’t realize that they are making fun of her, but Rachel explains “the highest form of flattery is totally making fun of someone.” A few hours later, Matt and the rest of the Brigade work out together, something Kristen notices. Why was Hayden so relaxed about telling her to campaign for herself? It finally dawns on her Hayden is so relaxed because he knows he has the votes, which means he and his workout buddies may be up to something. Kristen grabs Ragan, and tells him her theory. She currently has one vote in Kathy, but if she can convince the other Houseguests Hayden may be in some sort of alliance, she might be able to stay. Ragan isn’t sure Enzo, Hayden and Lane are anything more than friends, but knows that his days are limited if they are. Kristen also talks to Britney, and warns her that if she is the last girl in the house, that means she is expendable. Kristen’s toughest sell is Brendon, who she finally gets alone without Rachel. Brendon hears what Kristen has to say, but has to decide who he can trust, Hayden or Kristen? Host Julie Chen checks in with the Houseguests and asks Hayden about solitary confinement and the Hippietard. Hayden is glad he didn’t take the Hippietard for himself, because he thinks Kristen looks much better in the getup than he does. Hayden does wish he got the $5,000 over the confinement, which he says was tough. The HouseGuests all enjoy watching the footage of Enzo, Brendon and Hayden in the most recent luxury competition, with Enzo admitting he does get excited when he wants to win something. Sometimes Love is Complicated In one of their stealth, late-night make out sessions, Hayden tells Kristen he wonders if his mom is watching. Turns out she is! In Arizona, Hayden’s mom Renea has been tuning in, and she is none too happy! She thinks Kristen isn’t all that into her son, and feels this showmance is derailing his game. “Keep playing the game you are there to play,” she warns her son. Meanwhile in Philadelphia, Kristen’s friends are watching closely, including none other than Kristen’s BOYFRIEND! Dating for two months before the show, Steve even asked Kristen if she wanted to be single going into BIG BROTHER, and she said no. Steve doesn’t think much of Hayden, who he calls a “24-year-old kid.” Steve says Kristen has really made a mess of things, and notes, “I hope she brings her mop and bucket with her…” Host Julie Chen touches base with Rachel in the HoH suite and asks if Rachel has any plans to pull another Houseguest into her alliance with Brendon. Rachel hopes to ally with Britney, and says Britney could be an extra competitor for them. Rachel argues targeting the women in the house wasn’t a strategy, because all she was doing was coming after people who were coming after her. Rachel admits the honeymoon between her and Brendon is over, but stresses that their relationship is true love. The secret showmance ends when Kristen is ushered out of the house with a 6-1 vote. In the HouseGuest goodbyes, Rachel calls Kristen the definition of the word “bitch” and tells her going to talk to Brendon without her was a big mistake. The big reveal is Hayden’s admission about his secret alliance, “the Brigade!” Kristen tells Julie she is somewhat shocked about the Brigade, but doesn’t hold it against Hayden because they all knew that this is a game. Julie wants to know what happens now—will she go back to her boyfriend Steve or wait for Hayden? Kristen says she plans on some alone time to decide what’s next for her. “I just have to take time for myself,” she explains. ­ As the Houseguests get ready for the “True Colors” HoH endurance competition, Julie explains this week the HoH will be facing Pandora’s Box. If the new HoH accepts the offer to get extended HoH powers, they will unwillingly unleash a second Saboteur on the house! Julie reveals through a vote by viewers, Ragan has been chosen as the second saboteur. This week’s HoH competition is simple—whoever is the last HouseGuest holding onto the giant spinning paint can, while being pelted with paint, wins the competition. So who will become the new HoH? And will they open Pandora’s Box and unleash a stealth Ragan saboteur on the house? Find out Sunday, August 8 at 8pm ET/PT on CBS on BIG BROTHER!
Aug 05 2010
Season 12: Episode 12: The Power of Veto Holder Faces a Game Changing Decision ­Hayden knows Head of Household Rachel nominated him and his secret showmance Kristen because Rachel thinks they are coming after her and Brendon. Hayden has a newsflash for Rachel—everyone is coming after Rachel and Brendon! Kristen is angry but anticipated the nomination. Her goal now is to stay another week without hurting Hayden in the process. Up in the HoH suite, Brendon tells Rachel she was harsh when she told Hayden and Kristen to “bring it on,” and notes that kind of behavior only makes them bigger targets. When he suggests Rachel apologize to Hayden and Kristen, she first gets mad and then gets teary. After more hemming and hawing, Rachel reluctantly goes down to the rust bedroom and half-heartedly apologizes to Hayden and Kristen. Hayden isn’t all that impressed, but up in the HoH Suite, Brendon is happy Rachel made the effort. But soon Rachel and Brendon are sniping at each other again. “Am I supposed to bake cookies and sing Kumbaya,” Rachel asks, before warning Brendon that if they keep arguing this way, it’s the end of their relationship. Wizard of Pinball It’s time for the Veto competition. In the random draw for players, Rachel picks Britney, Hayden picks Ragan, and Kristen picks Enzo. Hayden is disappointed that he drew a wild card like Ragan, while an unsuspecting Kristen doesn’t realize Enzo has no interest in using the Veto this week, since he wants Kristen to go home, a move that works best for his secret Brigade alliance with Hayden, Lane and Matt. The HouseGuests come outside and find a huge pinball table dominating the back yard. The player who shoots the farthest from the center Veto slot is eliminated, but gets a prize. Host Brendon warns them not to get too attached, because successive players can choose to keep or exchange their gifts. The end of the game leaves everyone left with a series of great and not-so-great prizes. Ragan gets a Veto ticket, which allows him to play in the next Veto competition. Rachel gets $5,000, while Enzo wins a 3-D flat screen. Kristen initially wins the Veto, but Hayden trades it for a “Hippietard,” a 60’s themed unitard. Britney wins a 24-hour solitary confinement, which she trades for the Veto. Britney wins the game and leaves a dejected Hayden with a virtual prison sentence and a humiliated Kristen wearing the Hippietard for several days! Britney admits she loves having the Veto power. Hayden has a tough time in solitary confinement in the Have Not bedroom, but Kristen talks to him through the door and even touches his fingers under the door jam. Kristen embraces her Hippietard (which includes a stylish afro wig), but gets emotional during Hayden’s long 24-hour isolation. Hayden and Kristen are relieved when the confinement ends, but because they are still being stealth about their relationship, keep it cool when they finally see each other again. Pass the Popcorn Hayden is delighted to escape the Have Not bedroom and have some time in the HoH suite, where he, Enzo, Brendon and HoH Rachel get to enjoy their luxury competition prize, an exclusive screening of the Will Ferrell/Mark Wahlberg buddy cop comedy “The Other Guys,” which premieres in theaters on August 6th. The rest of the HouseGuests are jealous as Brendon boasts about having his first movie date with Rachel. After the screening, Hayden talks to Veto holder Britney. Hayden suggests Britney uses it so that Kathy goes up instead of Hayden. Britney is all for this, as long as Kathy goes up. Can Hayden make a deal with Rachel to ensure this, Britney asks? Hayden goes up to the HoH suite with Kristen to find out. Rachel listens to Hayden’s pitch, but asks pointed questions about what Britney gets from this and how it will impact her and Brendon’s game. Hayden suggests he, Kristen, Brendon and Rachel could work together, but Rachel isn’t sure she should trust him. Downstairs in the Cabana room, Hayden tells Britney he thinks Rachel will take the deal, and vows to backstab Rachel and Brendon next week if he wins HoH. Britney touches base with Rachel, who warns Britney she will put up her friend Lane for eviction if the Veto is used. This is not the deal Britney bargained for. If Lane goes up will he go home? It’s time for the Veto ceremony. Britney struggles during the ceremony but ultimately decides not to use the Veto. Hayden and Kristen are stunned—they thought their deal was going to go through! Rachel is relieved because she may have turned down a super alliance with Hayden and Kristen, but she thinks this is no big loss since they are untrustworthy. Kristen is heartbroken! Now she is definitely up against the one person she cares about in the house. So who will be the next evicted HouseGuest? And who will be the next HoH? Find out live Thursday, August 5 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Aug 04 2010
Season 12: Episode 11: Rachel and Kristen Battle it out as the Game Gets Real Andrew’s parting revelation that Kristen and Hayden are in a secret showmance reverberates through the house. On the outside Kristen is acting shocked, but in Diary Room she admits the worst thing she ever could have imagined has come out, and it has come out hard. Hayden is just as shocked -- he was cruising along with his secret alliance the Brigade, plus he had Kristen wrapped around his finger. What does he do now? During the live show, Hayden and Kristen lay into Andrew, telling him that they wouldn’t be that stupid. “Why would I lie?” Andrew asks, remaining calm as Hayden and Kristen keep up their charade. Fellow nominee Kathy is loving it, but not as much as Rachel, who realizes this is a great thing for her and her showmance Brendon. And what’s even better for Rachel’s showmance? Winning Head of Household! “Floaters,” Rachel says, “You better grab a life vest—Kristen!” Rachel then reveals she heard Hayden and Kristen making out last night. Brendon piles on, telling Hayden and Kristen that they are busted. Kristen lashes back, with Hayden backing her up. The insults fly, with Rachel and Kristen calling each other out on their intelligence. From the sidelines Ragan notes that he is not a religious person, but he has been praying for this moment to happen since he entered the house. Britney is also in hog heaven. “The irony that they were in a boxing ring was not lost on me,” Britney says. The attention diverts briefly to Kathy, who hugs Kristen and Hayden as things begin to die down. Rachel is not happy—that kind of behavior shows Kathy is with Kristen and not her. “She is clearly telling me what side she is on,” Rachel says in diary room. Things finally cool off to a point where Brendon can congratulate Rachel. Rachel breaks down, telling Brendon she is so tired of the house coming after them. In the palm bedroom, Enzo, Matt and Lane can’t believe they have once again failed to win the HoH competition, only to be clocked by “Brachel.” Enzo wants Kristen out this week so they can get Hayden back into the game as a Brigade member. Hayden decides to make nice with Rachel and apologizes for saying things in the heat of the moment. Rachel isn’t buying it, and points out during the HoH competition Hayden put her and Brendon against each other. This is all damage control for Hayden, who talks down his showmance. Hayden goes to Kristen, who has curled up in the Cabana room. Rachel comes in, and calmly apologizes for what she said in the heat of the moment. Not only does Kristen reject the apology, but she also reaffirms her belief that Rachel was attacking her and throwing around lies. Rachel can’t believe Kristen took her olive branch and threw it in her face. Hayden is reeling—what is Kristen thinking? Putting on a Good Show Hayden regroups with the Brigade, and lets them know he is still 100 percent aligned with them. Kristen is great, he tells Enzo and Lane, but if she has to go, she has to go. The conversation is cut short for Rachel’s HoH suite reveal. Kristen opts not to take part, but Enzo and Britney both put on a great show of being interested. “Who wants to see your HoH room?” Britney says in mock excitement in the Diary Room. “Nobody! We’d rather hang ourselves! But who is most excited? Me!” Rachel comes out of the Diary Room dressed as a sexy cop, and orders everyone into the living room. The monitor comes on, and the HouseGuests are shocked to see Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg on the screen! They announce the winner of this week’s luxury competition will get a special screening of their new buddy cop comedy, The Other Guys, which premieres August 6. The HouseGuests quickly break into teams of three and head outside, where the backyard has been turned into a huge urban street scene complete with crime scene tape and police cars, which sheriff Kathy notes is “her world.” The first team—Lane, Matt and Britney—strap themselves into a huge plastic cop car and rush their way through the obstacle course, with Lane leading the way and Britney fighting to keep up. The second team, Kathy, Kristen and Ragan, struggle more, with Ragan noting that having Kathy on your team is nothing but dead weight! The third team, Enzo, Brendon and Hayden, plow through the course and dominate the luxury competition. Rachel announces that she will join the winning team for the screening of “The Other Guys.” But the game quickly comes back into play, with Britney working Rachel as they share a bath together and Kathy making her way up to the HoH to make her case for why she should not be nominated this week. “What happens between you and Kristen,” Kathy says, “That’s something you need to settle.” She notes she is not a threat and could be a reliable vote for Brendon or Rachel in the jury house. Hayden tries to get Kristen to go talk to the HoH, but Kristen resists. Kristen finally relents and makes her way up to the HoH suite, where she and Rachel once again get into it. Things stay mostly in control, with Kristen saying she never wanted to go after Brendon or Rachel. Brendon comes up and checks in with Rachel, who is now confused about who to nominate. Brendon can’t believe Rachel is such a sucker for Kristen’s emotional game. And the Nominees are… It’s time for Rachel to make her nominations. Kathy is nervous about where she stands with the HoH, but when all the keys are pulled, Hayden and Kristen find themselves on the chopping block. “You’re gunning for me and Brendon, so bring it on,” Rachel warns. “Be careful what you wish for,” Kristen says in Diary Room. Lane notes Hayden better not mess this up, while Brendon wonders why Rachel can’t play nice. So who will win the Power of Veto, and will they save Hayden or Kristen from eviction. Find out Tuesday, August 3 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Aug 01 2010
Season 12: Episode 10: Emotions Flare after an Explosive Speech as Another Houseguest is Evicted The aftermath from the Veto ceremony is full of confusion and anger. Elimination nominee Andrew’s announcement that he was coming after his supposed allies Rachel and Brendon mystifies Britney, who thinks Rachel’s genuine reaction was totally fabricated for the rest of the HouseGuests’ benefit. Rachel is angry, and wonders why Andrew is jumping on the “get Rachel and Brendon bandwagon.” Andrew’s fellow nominee Kathy sees the speech as an opportunity for her to stay in the house and vows to “fight like there is no tomorrow.” Andrew initially thinks he has made a good move—now that he has expressed animus towards the house “supercouple,” maybe everyone else will vote for him to stay for the week. Head of Household Matt takes Andrew aside and breaks the bad news to him. If the vote had been held the day before, Matt tells him, then Andrew would have been a safe bet to stay. But after Andrew’s speech, he is now the week’s target, because everyone saw it was a naked ploy and nothing else. Andrew is stunned! He quickly realizes the secret plan he and Brendon hatched is blowing up in their faces. Meanwhile, Brendon has his own issues. Rachel is furious about Andrew’s comments, and is even more furious at Brendon for pulling a stunt like this without consulting her. “Who is he in a relationship with,” Rachel fumes in the diary room, “Andrew or me?” Outside Brendon tries to make amends but Rachel is in no mood to forgive. Even when Brendon tells her he loves her, the perennially affectionate Rachel refuses to give her man a kiss! “You better know what you’re doing,” Rachel warns Brendon, who gets the message that this action has major consequences not only in the game but also in his relationship. Working Votes Kathy is taking the ball Andrew inadvertently threw her and is running with it. She tells Ragan that as a cancer survivor with an uncertain future, winning means a lot in her struggle to help her son. Kathy also makes inroads with Kristen, which Andrew notices. Already an outsider in the house, Andrew admits he is not getting the emotional support Kathy is enjoying. Kristen is blindsided by an angry Andrew who warns her not to play him like a fiddle and to be careful. Kristen is stunned, and tells Andrew she doesn’t appreciate his comments. In the rust bedroom, the conflict continues as Kristen tells Andrew he was out of line. As the conversation gets more and more heated, the other HouseGuests hear the commotion. “You are digging your own grave, be careful,” Andrew yells as he storms off. “You be careful, too!” Kristen shoots back. Hayden, Enzo and Matt can’t believe what just happened. Matt then offers up a suggestion—if Andrew is such damaged goods, maybe it is better to keep him. At first Enzo is skeptical, but he admits having someone like Andrew in the house keeps people from putting up members of their secret alliance the Brigade. What a way to go! Host Julie Chen gets the HouseGuests excited when she announces no one is on slop this week. But this is hardly the only surprise—during his final plea, Andrew totally outs Hayden and Kristen’s secret relationship, and even goes so far as to tell the other HouseGuests what Kristen really thinks of them! Kristen starts yelling back at Andrew, which forces Julie to tell Kristen to pipe down! Andrew’s plea doesn’t get him any votes (it’s unanimous to keep Kathy), but on his way out it is clear Andrew’s revelation has made some major waves in the house. “Wow, that was the best last plea speech I’ve even seen,” Julie tells Andrew outside the house. Andrew says he thought his big announcement was the best way for the HouseGuests to make their own decisions about Kristen, and reaffirms his belief that Hayden is a good guy that is being swayed by a dishonest person. He does admit he made a mistake by pretending to go after Brendon and Rachel in his Veto ceremony speech, but it is clear Andrew has made his mark on the house this week. Julie then announces this week’s Head of Household competition is a head-to-head battle between pairs of HouseGuests. The HouseGuest who correctly guesses a question about various competitions eliminates their direct opponent, and then picks the next two HouseGuests to do battle. After a series of knock-down-drag-outs (where Hayden and Kristen target Rachel and Brendon), Rachel emerges the winner, becoming the first multiple HoH of the season. The win does not calm down Rachel, however. After hugging Brendon she immediately gets into it with Kristen. But all the action is not just in the back yard. Julie has one more surprise for America—viewers now have a chance to vote for a new secret Saboteur, who will be given a two-week reign of chaos. So who will Rachel nominate for eviction? Find out Sunday, August 1 at 8pn ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 29 2010
Season 12: Episode 09: A Veto Win Shakes up the Brigade's Plans Rachel can’t­ believe Head of Household Matt didn’t nominate her or Brendon for elimination, but wonders if this means one of them will be back doored. Nominee Andrew knows he is a pawn but is nervous about how things might turn out, while Kathy feels it doesn’t make sense that she was nominated just because she cast a vote for Matt’s elimination last week. Hayden is disappointed that Matt put up two floaters, because at this stage in the game he believes that their secret alliance, “the Brigade,” should be making bigger power moves. Matt could care less what Hayden thinks—this is his HoH, and he’ll nominate who he chooses. Kathy goes up to the HoH suite with Matt and tells him that she was not gunning for him with her elimination vote last week. Matt says he wishes he knew that before, and tells her he doesn’t care who goes home, so she and Andrew don’t have to worry about him swaying votes. But in the Diary Room Matt reveals something different—he admits that he doesn’t believe a word coming out of Kathy’s mouth. It appears Kathy should be worried. Hayden and his secret showmance Kristen come to Andrew and tell him they are voting to keep him. It turns out Hayden has more than good wishes and a single vote going Andrew’s way; Hayden wants to play and win the Power of Veto competition so he can take Andrew off the block and give Matt the opportunity to back door Brendon. Getting on Andrew’s Nerves Rachel is starting to crowd Andrew in on all sorts of levels. First, she drops peaches in the iced tea, which makes one of the few non-slop items forbidden to this week’s Have Nots, which includes Andrew. He finds her not only selfish, but also a stumbling block in his game. He trusts Brendon, and can’t understand why his biggest ally in the house would be aligned with such a person. It’s time for the Veto Competition player selection. Besides HoH Matt and nominees Andrew and Kathy, three other players are chosen at random. Matt’s worst nightmare comes true when he pulls Brendon’s name—now the guy he is targeting for eviction has a chance to save himself. Matt and the rest of the Brigade are happy when Lane is chosen, but Andrew gets upset when his house nemesis Rachel rounds out the Veto six. “I thought God loved me,” the very religious Andrew says. “What sin did I do this week?” The HouseGuests come outside to find the backyard turned into a fortuneteller’s den of oddities. Host Enzo explains the players have ten minutes to look at all the stuff in the backyard. Matt notes he is great at math, but after seeing everything he realizes they will have to estimate the exact number of objects for the competition. It turns out Matt is right. Enzo says in the “Veto of Fortune” competition, the players must guess the amounts and decide if they will “stay” or “fold.” If they fold, they can’t be eliminated, but they also can’t win a point. If they stay, they can win a point, but if they don’t get the closest number to the actual amount, they will be eliminated. Whoever gets three points first wins the Veto competition. Matt wins the first round, but his fellow Brigade member Lane is eliminated. Andrew then wins a point, eliminating Matt. The HoH can’t believe this—his empire is crumbling and all he can do is watch. Andrew wins a second point, which heartens Matt and Lane. If Andrew pulls off a win, Matt can still back door Brendon. But Brendo­n quickly ties things up with Andrew, with the next point deciding the winner. In the final round, Brendon pulls out a win. Brendon and Rachel—aka “Brenchel”—save themselves again! So Now What? The Brigade is devastated. Enzo thinks Matt has gone from being the brains of the operation to the “gremlin” of the alliance. Matt goes and talks to Andrew, who is very upset. How could this happen? Matt promises Andrew it will be a 4-4 vote with Matt breaking the tie. But with so many things already going wrong, Andrew decides to take matters into his own hands. Late that night, Andrew talks to Brendon in the darkness of the Have Not bedroom. Andrew tells Brendon he trusts him, but wants to put on a show at the Veto ceremony that will mislead people into thinking that he and Brendon have a rivalry. Andrew’s only request is that Brendon not tell Rachel. Brendon is intrigued by the idea of a bold move in the game, but hopes this doesn’t come back to haunt him. ­ It’s time for the Veto ceremony. Kathy tells Brendon she doesn’t need the Veto, but thanks him for giving her a chance to explain why she should have it. Andrew gets up and tells everyone this game is ironic. Last week Matt, Brendon and Rachel were at each other’s throats, but this week they will all end up staying in the house. Since all three were unscathed, Andrew figures he will try this approach. “Brendon and Rachel, I’m coming for you,” Andrew warns, asking for the Power of Veto so he can save himself. Of course, Brendon does not use the Power of Veto, and the meeting is adjourned. Rachel is stunned and furious, while Kathy, who looked like the one who was going home, is thankful for the miracle that is Andrew and his outrageous speech. Brendon thinks Andrew may have pulled off his bold move, but Matt feels that Andrew’s stunt backfired, and now the whole house will think that Andrew is in cahoots with “Brenchel.” Is Andrew doomed to be the next evicted HouseGuest? And who will be the next HoH? Find out live Thursday, July 29 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 28 2010
Season 12: Episode 08: Two More Houseguests Go Up On The Chopping Block The Houseguests are riding the endurance competition wave on their respective surfboards as previous Head of Household Rachel watches. Brendon knows he has to win it to keep himself and Rachel safe for the week, while Enzo and the rest of the secret Brigade alliance are all gunning to win. Perennial outsider Andrew also feels this is a must-win HoH competition for him, so the tension is high. The 7-2 vote for Monet's eviction has Matt wondering who cast the second vote against him. He knows Monet's BFF Britney clearly voted to keep her friend in the house, but he quickly surmises the second vote was Kathy. For her part Kathy knows the HouseGuests see her as a weak player, but she is fine with them thinking that, because it allows her to fly under the radar. Kathy drops first, followed closely by Lane. Kristen falls next, with Hayden right behind her. Hayden reveals he threw the competition, because he feels totally safe this week and doesn’t need the HoH win. In addition, Hayden wants to eat well—the first five players to fall off their boards are the Haves for the week, while the next four players are the Have Nots, with the final player on his or her surfboard the HoH. This leaves only one spot left for the Haves, and Britney decides she wants to make sure she can eat for the week. She quickly falls off her board, leaving Brendon, Enzo, Matt, Andrew and Ragan as the final five players. When Enzo falls, Lane notes that Matt is the last hope of the Brigade. Suddenly, Brendon slips and Rachel is devastated that her man is out of the competition. A slip up by Andrew (who is sporting a pair of very short shorts) leaves Ragan and Matt as the final two players. Ragan asks everyone to go inside so the two of them can talk, but Matt and Ragan can’t agree upon a deal. Ragan, who was bullied as a kid, is proud of himself for lasting so long in a tough competition, but is unable to pull out a win. A small stumble has him falling off his surfboard, making Matt the Head of Household for the week. How the Mighty Fall Rachel retreats to the Rust bedroom, where she cries over her turn of events. Brendon comforts her, but Rachel notes that Matt would pretty much be an idiot if he didn’t put her or Brendon up on the chopping block. After she pulls herself together, Rachel approaches Matt, who tells her that he thought they had a deal last week when Rachel was HoH, and then she went and told everyone Matt volunteered to go up on the block as a pawn. Rachel knows she has a rough week ahead of her. “I had the opportunity to get him out and now I think Matt is going to send me home,” she says. Matt’s HoH suite reveal is a fun one, with everyone enjoying pictures of Matt’s family and wife. In his letter from home, Matt’s wife suggests she is feeling better, which plays into Matt’s lie that his wife has a rare disease. Even Andrew, who has been skeptical of Matt’s story, feels bad for thinking Matt may have been lying to them. Could things get more perfect for Matt’s game? After everyone else clears out, the Brigade has a celebratory meeting. Enzo thinks Rachel and Brendon need to go up, but Matt notes he is making his own decisions on nominations. He definitely has his eye on Kathy, for instance. Hayden leaves the group and immediately dives into a make out session with his secret showmance Kristen. While they kiss Hayden tells Kristen they have to be careful as Kristen reveals that she will do what it takes to move their game forward. Meanwhile in the HoH suite, Lane, Matt and Enzo discuss what’s going on with Hayden. Lane wonders if Hayden and Kristen are secretly related, while Enzo wants to know why they haven’t hooked up yet. Matt doesn’t think Hayden will double cross the Brigade, but Enzo notes that in this house, Hayden better understand it is “bros before hos.” I’ve Got a Deal for You Rachel and Brendon go up to the HoH suite to work Matt before his nominations. Matt keeps telling the lie that he is “playing the game by himself,” and reaffirms his disappointment over Rachel calling a house meeting and then revealing their secret deal. Rachel apologizes for making mistakes last week, and Matt notes he has no good reason not to put the two of them up. Eventually Rachel and Brendon appear to finally hammer out a deal with Matt, but Rachel notes she just can’t trust him. Soon after, Matt calls up Andrew and explains he wants to use him as a pawn this week. Matt tries to soften the blow by saying Andrew is a cool guy who is now much more integrated into the house, but Andrew doesn’t like this turn of events. Matt notes the obvious choice is to put up the house showmance, but as a “diabolical super genius,” he doesn’t always have to go with the obvious. It’s time for the nominations. Matt calls everyone into the dining room and pulls the first key. Ragan is safe, followed by Kristen, Hayden, Enzo, Lane, Britney, Rachel and finally Brendon. Andrew and Kathy are on the block! Kathy doesn’t understand Matt’s nominations, while Andrew calls Matt’s plan stupid and vows to come after him. Matt is happy with his nominations, and notes he can always reset things with use of the Veto. So who will win the Veto competition, and will the winner use it to save Kathy or Andrew? Find out Wednesday, July 28 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 25 2010
Season 12: Episode 07: A Second HouseGuest is Sent Packing ­Monet is reeling from Head of Household Rachel’s very public and definitive announcement that her replacement nominee, Matt, is nothing more than a pawn. Rachel gives Monet a half-hearted “sorry,” but a furious Monet is having none of it. Matt pretends to act shocked and defeated but he can barely contain his elation when he gets a private moment with fellow Brigade alliance member, Lane. He and Lane can’t believe Rachel bought Matt’s offer to be the pawn, and celebrate the fact that the Brigade alliance (which also includes Enzo and Hayden) appears safe yet another week. Britney is devastated that Andrew did not go up on the block. She and her house BFF Monet share a major cry and sulk session in the caba­na room that quickly turns into a discussion about everyone they think is stupid in the house. The majority of their rage is directed at Rachel, with the increasingly angry pair verbally ripping apart Rachel’s intelligence, clothing sense and hair extensions. Ever the schemer, Matt joins them and keeps up his sad sack performance, telling Britney and Monet he wants to get back at Rachel and her showmance Brendon. Matt even goes so far to suggest he is going to avenge them all next week! But the house is not all about strategy. It turns out Hayden and Kristen have been stealthily carrying on a showmance, which Hayden describes as similar to a fourth-grade relationship. Hayden and Kristen are pretty confident their coupling is a house secret, but Andrew would beg to differ. Since he also sleeps in the rust bedroom, Andrew is fully aware of their snuggling and kissing, and thinks it is hilarious the two of them are sneaking around as if no one knows. Rachel, however, is playing the game hard this week. To figure out where Kristen stands, Rachel suggests Britney told her that Kristen was open to keeping Monet for the week. Kristen is shocked, and immediately runs outside and asks Britney if she said that. Britney denies this, and then tells Monet immediately. This sparks an intense spat when Rachel comes out and says she doesn’t like drama and notes someone has to go home. Monet says she wasn’t doing anything and lashes back at Rachel. It looks like Rachel’s plan to ensure Monet’s departure this week is going well—Monet is angry and isolated, while votes continue to line up for keeping Matt in the house. The Tables Quickly Turn! Britney approaches Rachel and attempts to clear the air with her over all the Monet drama. Rachel feels sorry for Britney, and decides to reveal something huge—Matt volunteered to be the pawn this week! Now Britney has a stunner to share—she tells Rachel that Matt has been telling her that he is out to get Rachel and Brendon next week. Through very dramatic tears Rachel said she knew that Matt would do this, but went against her better judgment by trusting him. Rachel runs downstairs and calls an all-house meeting. Everyone assembles except Andrew, who sticks to himself to observe a Jewish holiday. Rachel quickly calls Matt out for playing both sides of the house. Matt denies hustling anyone, but says he would be an idiot to not want to get out the strongest alliance in the house. Monet is furious at Matt for pretending to be paranoid about nominations and is even more furious at him for lying to her when she was so upset. Matt keeps spinning, but Monet warns the house that Matt will lie to them all and will get away with it. Maybe Monet has a chance after all… Host Julie Chen checks in with the HouseGuests, who talk about their relief over the eviction of Saboteur Annie, how much fun they had in the Have-Have Not competition, and the general difficulties related to living in the house. Andrew makes a tender revelation when he thanks his HouseGuests for making his practice of Modern Orthodox Judaism so easy on BIG BROTHER. Unfortunately for Monet, the tenderness ends abruptly when she is voted out 7-2. Outside on the couch with Julie, Monet admits the house has made her a bit crazy and has shown her that she is not as strong as she thought. Monet also notes that she thought it would be easier to pretend to like people, but she is definitely a person who has to be up front when she doesn’t like someone. In their taped goodbyes, Andrew tells Monet she had no game, while Rachel calls her “cliquey” and “catty.” But her BFF Britney gets the most laughs and tears when she tells Monet she will miss her because she now has no one to help her make fun of Rachel’s clothes and hair extensions! ­ It is now time for the season’s first endurance competition, Hang Ten. The concept is simple—the HouseGuest who stays on his or her surfboard the longest is the new HoH. There is a twist though; the first five players to drop are the Haves for the week, while the next four players to drop are the Have Nots, with the final player missing the Have Not status to become HoH. So who will be the New HoH? And who will be nominated for eviction? Find out Sunday, July 25 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 22 2010
Season 12: Episode 06: A Veto Win Shakes up Rachel’s Nominations ­­Britney is upset that she is on the chopping block, while Monet thinks her nomination is due to Head of Household Rachel’s jealousy of her. Hayden is delighted that his secret alliance, the Brigade, has once again escaped another nomination ceremony unscathed. Rachel feels fine with her nominations, because she knows neither Britney nor Monet has her back in the game. After the ceremony, Rachel’s showmance Brendon hugs the HoH and tells her she did the right thing. Britney and Monet have a cry session in the Have Not bedroom, where they agree this was a personal move and not a strategic move. Monet thinks it is ridiculous that Rachel brought up her winning the $10,000 in the first HoH competition, and notes that she has never said anything bad to Rachel, before calling her a “stupid hooker.” While the Brigade agrees they want the nominations to stay the same, a crying Britney goes up to the HoH suite to make her case. Rachel reveals she wants Monet gone this week, because Rachel sees her as a strong competitor. All of this emotion proves too much for Rachel, who later cries to Brendon about how she doesn’t want people to feel badly. Brendon tells her this is a game, and notes in the Diary Room the two nominees are playing a very good emotional game right now. In the meantime Britney and Monet go from sad to angry when they spend an afternoon calling Rachel every name in the book—behind her back of course! Is there a Telethon for That? Matt has been telling all sorts of HouseGuests his wife has a rare bone disease and needs an expensive operation in order to save her leg. Matt has created this detailed lie based on a disease he learned about on a TV show, and reveals in Diary Room his wife is perfectly healthy. Ragan buys the lie, but another liar in the house knows Matt is scheming. Matt tells “shoe salesman” Andrew about his wife, but of course Andrew, who is hiding the fact he is a podiatrist, knows all about diseases. He smells a rat! Matt’s tall tales have to wait until after the Veto competition. The six players are HoH Rachel, nominees Britney and Monet, plus Lane, Enzo and Brendon. The necktie-bedecked players come outside to see six stocks, with holes for their hands and head. Once they are locked up, each player is given a briefcase to hold. Veto host Ragan explains the player who holds his or her suitcase closest to one hour without going over wins the Power of Veto. It’s a hot day, but Brendon and Monet try to count out the seconds, even as they get hit in the face repeatedly with a flapping dollar bill. Once everyone has dropped their suitcases, Lane, Brendon, Monet and Rachel are eliminated for going over one hour. Britney comes in at about 52 minutes. Enzo racks in at one hour and 14 seconds, but despite almost exactly hitting the bulls eye, Enzo has gone over. Britney wins! Britney still feels bad for Monet, but thinks they can convince Rachel to back door the house outcast Andrew. Monet makes her pitch, but Rachel isn’t sure she can put up Andrew because Brendon sees him as their ally. Rachel, who doesn’t want to make any more enemies, thinks this may be a way to make sure no one else will be mad at her and even make Monet and Britney allies. But when Rachel tells Brendon she is thinking of nominating Andrew, Brendon doesn’t like the idea at all. Brendon doesn’t trust Britney and Monet, and feels Andrew has their backs. Matt and Ragan go upstairs to talk to the HoH and Brendon, but when Rachel suggests Andrew as a pawn, Matt volunteers himself. Ragan thinks this is a foolish move, but Matt thinks taking one for the team will ensure that Monet goes home and will strengthen his relationship with the Brigade. Matt knows he is taking a “monster-sized” risk, but thinks it is worth it. Matt’s offer only makes things more tense between Brendon and Rachel, with an irritated Brendon finally leaving the HoH suite. So what will Rachel do? Time for the Veto Ceremony! ­ To no one’s surprise, Britney uses the Veto on herself. Rachel nominates Matt, appeasing Brendon and disappointing Britney and Monet. Per Matt’s request, Rachel says nominating Matt as a pawn was designed to ensure Monet’s eviction. Andrew is thankful he made a blessing beforehand, while Matt sees the nomination as a way to build trust. Britney feels all her hard work was for nothing, but Monet notes she is not giving up. So who will be evicted? And who will be the next Head of Household? Find out this Thursday live at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 21 2010
Season 12: Episode 05: Rachel and Brendon Rule the House with their Eviction Nominations Enzo is happy to see Annie gone, and notes that she was “hit with a grenade from the Brigade.” Because Annie outed him in her final plea speech, Brendon comes clean about having a Masters degree and the fact that he is starting his PhD. Both Andrew and Ragan are delighted that their respective lies about having advanced degrees are still secrets. As the new Head of Household, Rachel is so excited to get alone time with Brendon in the HoH suite. Brendon is just as excited, but bizarrely the person who jumps and screams the most after Rachel’s win is Andrew. Hayden notes Andrew looked like “a kid at Christmas, or maybe Chanukah,” and warns that if the excitable Andrew is in an alliance with the new HoH he shouldn’t act like it. Britney couldn’t be more irritated by the turn of events, while Enzo tells fellow Brigade member Matt that he’s wondering if they made a mistake sending Annie home over Rachel. Monet and Britney are moping in the palm bedroom when Andrew walks through. Britney confronts him about his excitement over Rachel’s HoH win, and Andrew explains he was being honest, and notes if runner-up Britney had won he’d be a target. Britney grouses and Andrew reminds her that they have always had issues with one another and she shouldn’t pretend otherwise. Rachel’s HoH suite reveal is almost too much for Britney to bear. “I wanted to shoot myself in the face,” Britney notes, pointing out that she had to follow Rachel’s “flopping butt cheeks” all the way up the stairs while feigning interest in the suite reveal. Monet is just as unenthusiastic as Britney, and notes that there is no love lost between her and Rachel either. Outside, after the reveal, Hayden and Lane talk. They feel that Rachel as HoH is pretty much the same as Brendon as HoH. “All Rachel has is a key and pictures,” Hayden warns, noting a nomination for him would be understandable since he put Brendon and Rachel on the block last week. But Hayden has other things on his mind besides the game—namely, the sexy yet mysterious Kristen. Hayden is used to girls falling for him so the hard-to-read Kristen is proving to be a challenge. There is an attraction, but Kristen is keeping it very cool, telling Hayden she doesn’t like cocky guys. The go-slow approach works fine for Hayden, because the last thing he wants is to make himself a target thanks to a showmance. If You Can’t Say Something Nice, Come Sit by Me Britney is so thankful Monet is in the house, because otherwise she’d have to internalize all her funny yet catty comments about the rest of the HouseGuests. Besides constantly making fun of Rachel, new BFF’s Britney and Monet have noticed Kristen is now sporting much sexier bikinis. Meanwhile Hayden is getting some face time with the new HoH. Things seem to be going well but when Rachel suggests a four-way alliance between herself, Brendon, Hayden and Kristen, suddenly Hayden shoots the idea down, raising suspicion in Rachel. But Hayden is not the only Brigade member to work the HoH. Later in the yard, Matt decides to act all paranoid in front of Rachel, thinking this will keep him safe for the week. The plan backfires, because almost immediately Rachel and Brendon start wondering what Matt is up to. The scheming stops when Rachel announces it is time for the Have-Have Not competition. The HouseGuests break up into four “crews” who have to tape one of their fellow crewmembers to a brick wall. Whoever hangs onto the wall the longest wins, and then that crew gets to select the four “Have Naughties” for the week. However, crews can use paint blasters to weaken the tape and hasten falls. Ragan gets put up on the wall for the blue crew, but falls quickly thanks to a shoddy taping job. Britney is taped up for the green crew, but has to be taken down when the sagging tape holding her up starts to choke her. Kathy wins it for the orange crew, who quickly chooses Enzo, Britney, Brendon and Monet as the Have Nots for the week. When everyone goes inside they learn the only food the Have Nots can eat for the week are fish sticks and fruitcake! Here Comes the Static! Everyone rushes into the living room when the monitor switches on—the HouseGuests are about to learn the true identity of the Saboteur! When Annie reveals herself, everyone cheers. Matt admits he is surprised, while Andrew is relieved no one can say he is the Saboteur anymore. But soon the HouseGuests are back to the game. Britney, Monet and Matt individually make their way up to the HoH suite to grovel and suggest anyone but themselves for nomination. In an HoH Suite conversation that also includes Brendon, Rachel makes a play for Hayden again. When Brendon starts suggesting Enzo and Matt for eviction, Hayden quickly does some spinning to keep his secret Brigade alliance members safe. Rachel has a lot to think about. She is no fan of Britney, while de facto co-HoH Brendon has his eye on Monet, who won $10,000 in the first HoH competition. But Matt’s paranoia, Andrew’s weirdness and Hayden’s betrayal leaves Rachel with plenty to think about. And the nominees are… Rachel calls everyone into the dining room for the nominee ceremony. To no one’s surprise, Brendon is the first safe HouseGuest. After every key is pulled, two women find themselves on the block—Britney and Monet. A tearful Britney notes, “This day blows,” while Monet feels somewhat defeated. Hayden, however, couldn’t be happier. So who will win the Power of Veto? And will the Veto winner shake up the nominations? Find out Tuesday, July 20 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 18 2010
Season 12: Episode 04: The First HG is Evicted and the Saboteur is Revealed Annie is none too happy about being nominated, and puts all the blame on Britney. Annie thinks Britney has been telling people she is aligned with Rachel and Brendon, but Britney feels that Annie has lost her mind in a haze of paranoia. Rachel is sad about Annie’s nomination, but is more relieved that she and her house showmance, Brendon, are no longer facing one another on the block. Annie lashes out at Britney, but is soon teary-eyed with Brendon about her nomination. Meanwhile, Enzo and Matt celebrate the Brigade’s apparent dominance over the rest of the unsuspecting house. Rachel is all excited for some romantic time with Brendon in the Cabana Room, but in the middle of a make out session, the sensitive Brendon has to cool things off to talk about how sad he is about Annie’s eviction nomination. Rachel is incredulous and can’t believe that Brendon is getting weepy over Annie when she is also on the block. Talk about a buzz kill! And the Saboteur is… So who is it? The HouseGuests have suggested almost everyone in the house as a possibility, but now the truth is out. The Saboteur walks into the Diary Room, and it is…Annie! “I bet you didn’t see that one coming,” she says, noting that she had a blast all week. Her sabotages went fairly smoothly, but during the blackout, Annie almost got caught by Andrew on the way back from putting a padlock on the storage room door! Her latest Sabotage is her pick from a viewer’s suggestion—can she hide electronic beepers in the bedrooms? She sure can! Andrew hears one of the buzzers in his bedroom while praying, and is subsequently bothered by it all night. Ragan hears a buzz and wonders if the time between the chirps means something. Enzo fumes that the cricket noises in the palm bedroom have him “ready to choke someone.” Annie loves the havoc she is causing: “I’m good,” she says. Annie may be down on her luck as one of the two eviction nominees, but she is not out yet. The house quickly gathers in the living room for another message from the disguised Saboteur. “Nice try,” the message says. “I escaped the block this week. Better luck next time.” Ragan thinks this means for certain the Saboteur is not on the block, while Britney thinks this means Brendon, who literally escaped the block this week with the Power of Veto, is more likely to be the Saboteur. Andrew suggests to Hayden the need for Rachel to go home, while Annie makes a convincing case that Brendon has been lying to them about his occupation and is a genius who is currently playing all them. Kathy points out that Brendon can’t go home, but his strong ally Rachel can. So can Annie save herself? Host Julie Chen checks in with the HouseGuests and asks Enzo about slop, embarrasses Brendon with footage from the first Have-Have Not competition (where his shorts kept falling off) and touches base with Andrew about his opinion of the Saboteur. But the pleasant chat ends quickly when it is time for the eviction nominees’ final plea to their fellow HouseGuests. Annie warns everyone that Brendon will take Rachel all the way to the end and then calls her former friend Brendon a liar. Rachel keeps her plea light and says she knows that they will make the right decision. Unfortunately for Annie, her pointed final plea falls on deaf ears. By a unanimous vote, Annie is the first evicted HouseGuest. Outside the house, Julie informs Annie that America has just been told she was the Saboteur. Annie says she believes she played too hard, which explains her early elimination, and warns Brendon is the one to beat. Annie is surprised to hear America thought that Kathy was the Saboteur, but is happy to know she herself was among the bottom vote getters. Annie likes Ragan and Hayden’s goodbye messages, and is surprised by Britney’s catty suggestion to get rid of her silver eyeliner. Annie’s biggest laugh comes from Rachel’s claim that Brendon was hers first. Annie informs Julie that she rejected Brendon’s advances 24 hours before this season’s showmance became official, and notes Rachel should be proud of herself because “she got my sloppy seconds.” And the New HoH is… The remaining HouseGuests hustle outside for the HoH competition, the BIG BROTHER classic “Majority Rules,” where players must guess how the majority of the house would answer specific questions. Brendon is eliminated early with Kathy and Kristen, while the entire Brigade Alliance is voted out on one question. Andrew and Ragan are eliminated, leaving Rachel, Monet and Britney the final players. A three-way tiebreaker makes Rachel the new Head of Household! So who will Rachel nominate for eviction? And how will the HouseGuests react when Annie is revealed as the Saboteur? And just what is Annie’s parting sabotage? Find out Sunday, July 18 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 15 2010
Season 12: Episode 03: A Key Veto Win Shakes up the Nominations ­Brendon is not surprised that Hayden nominated him for eviction, but he didn’t expect Rachel would be on the chopping block with him. Rachel sees this as her worst case scenario, while Head of Household Hayden thinks that he and his secret “Brigade” alliance including Enzo, Matt, Lane and himself have had a great first week. Brendon and Rachel console one another as Annie comes in to tell them that they got a raw deal. Annie feels close to the pair, and sees their nomination as bad for her personally and for her game. Secret Brigade alliance members Enzo and Lane both come in to watch the nominees’ reactions, and notice the connection between Rachel, Brendon and Annie. Enzo doesn’t like what he sees, and decides he needs to keep his eye on Annie. Outside after the nomination ceremony, Enzo tells Hayden and Lane that he thinks Annie is aligned with Brendon and Rachel, and that Annie is a strong player they need to watch carefully. If they need a replacement nominee, is she the choice? Being put on the block together has only drawn Brendon and Rachel closer. Brendon almost cries over his nomination, which prompts Rachel to get closer to him. Their first big make out session takes place on the hammock, with most of the house watching and giggling from the kitchen. Hayden can’t believe that they’re making themselves even bigger targets than they already were. After their canoodling, Brendon makes his way up to the HoH suite, where he basically threatens Hayden. “I would be worried about you,” Brendon tells Hayden before he alludes that he is aligned with Annie. “Is this guy nuts?” Hayden wonders. Cinco de May-o It’s time to pick players for the first Veto Competition. Besides the two nominees and the HoH, three additional players must be chosen at random. Drawing names from a bag, Hayden randomly picks his secret ally Enzo while Brendon randomly picks the house wild card Andrew. Rachel wants to pick Annie, but is visibly disappointed she draws Monet’s name, something an angry Monet definitely notices. Veto host Annie brings everyone outside to a backyard transformed into a huge Fiesta with dozens of piñatas hanging across the lawn. Annie explains that the Veto players must smash open the piñatas and find lettered tiles. The player who can spell the longest word with their letters within ten minutes wins the Veto. But instead of candy, the piñatas are filled with spoiled mayonnaise! The yard turns into a big sticky mess as the players smash open their piñatas. Physician Andrew purposely misspells “pasteurized” to deflect attention from himself by throwing the competition, making the clear winner Brendon, who spells the 13-letter-word “understanding.” Hayden and the rest of the Brigade view the Veto competition as a “blunder.” Who do they nominate now? Enzo reaffirms his belief that they should make a power move and put up Annie, but Lane thinks Annie could be a powerful ally, and the one to go should be Arkansas sheriff Kathy, who is viewed as a weak player by many in the house. While the Brigade debates in the HoH suite, Britney comes up and affirms the Annie decision. But it turns out a little later Britney is playing a couple of angles—in a conversation with Annie, she reveals that Hayden thinks Annie is in cahoots with Rachel and Brendon. Annie doesn’t trust Britney, so she decides to confront Hayden. “Who told you I’m aligned with Brendon and Rachel,” Annie asks. “Britney,” Hayden tells a stunned Annie. “Britney is stirring up trouble,” Annie fumes. What the Saboteur Said! The Veto drama comes to a halt when the Saboteur makes an unexpected announcement on the living room monitor. The Saboteur makes it short but sweet—two of the HouseGuests are lifelong friends. “It is quite easy to figure out,” the Saboteur says, leaving the HouseGuests wondering who the pair is. Andrew thinks Matt and Ragan might be lovers, but Kristin wonders if the whole thing is a lie. Is the Saboteur onto something or is he or she just messing with them? So Who Goes Up? Brendon calls everyone in for the Veto ceremony. Rachel congratulates Brendon on winning the competition, and tells him to do what he has to do. Brendon takes himself off the block, which leaves Hayden with the responsibility of nominating another HouseGuest for eviction. Hayden takes Enzo’s advice and nominates Annie. She says it is okay, but Annie makes sure to spit out, “Lies weave evil webs—Britney!” Rachel is happy for Brendon, while Hayden notes that no matter who goes home, it’s good for the Brigade. So who will be the first evicted HouseGuest? And who will be revealed as the Saboteur? Tune in for the live eviction ceremony on Thursday, July 15 at 8pm ET/PT for BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 14 2010
Season 12: Episode 02: HoH Hayden Chooses a Target for Elimination The HouseGuests are reeling after the Saboteur’s first attack—all of their food is now behind the locked storage room door! The prime suspects are Brendon, who inexplicably got up to get his toothbrush in the darkness, and Andrew, who was supposedly pulling pranks while he wandered around during the blackout. Andrew admits he is relieved he has immunity from nomination for sitting out on the first HoH competition. So have the HouseGuests fingered the Saboteur already? Who Wants to See the HoH Suite? Hayden is stoked to show off his blue and silver-themed Head of Household suite, which he describes as a “slick, contemporary” space. Ragan finds Hayden’s very wholesome family photos (and a lack of shirtless “dude” shots of himself) a good sign that the HoH will make good choices when it comes to nominations. Rachel wants to know what the rope in his HoH basket is for, and Hayden explains when he was younger he learned rodeo skills. “Can you rope the Saboteur?” one HouseGuest asks. Geek Love The first sparks of attraction are literally electric when Brendon and Rachel reveal during a Hammock chat they both have science-related degrees. Rachel finds it very sexy that Brendon is getting his PhD. The feeling is mutual, because Brendon finds smart women interested in science a major turn on. Annie, the third wheel in the hammock, feels awkward. “I felt like I was watching my parents have sex,” she says, noting she was “the cream in the scientific cookie.” While love blossoms the game continues. Up in the HoH Suite, Enzo, Hayden, Matt, Monet and Kathy discuss the Saboteur. Matt notes that even if they are suspicious of Andrew he’s safe for the week. Kathy thinks the Saboteur is a girl, especially a trustworthy one. She suggests Annie might be a possibility but Matt doesn’t think she is the likely choice. Hayden realizes he is back at square one—just whom does he put up? Coming Out Annie pulls Ragan aside to the cabana room for a quick heart-to-heart. She has decided to come out to him as bisexual. “I actually have a girlfriend,” she says as Ragan hugs her. Outside, more Brendon/Rachel bonding continues in the hot tub. As the two scientists continue to explore one another, Hayden takes notice. “They are a showmance in the making,” Hayden declares, noting this development is not good for anybody. A little later Enzo and Hayden talk on the chaise lounge about how they could run the house together. It turns out Enzo is gunning to form his own mafia in the house, and takes the first steps to form an alliance. Enzo forms the first strategic alliance of the season, “The Brigade,” with Hayden, Matt, and Lane. Enzo notes every mafia needs some muscle, like Lane, who he nick names “The Beast.” Hayden is deemed “The Animal,” and Matt is “The Brains,” while Enzo names himself “Meow Meow,” because like a cat he can be sneaky but cool and calm. True to his name, Lane doesn’t understand the word “Brigade” and admits he doesn’t really understand what comes out of Enzo’s mouth. Time for the Have and Have Not Competition Bedecked as a very muscular tooth fairy, Hayden kicks off the season’s inaugural Have and Have Not competition. The HouseGuests split into three teams of four as Hayden explains one member of each team must jump in a pool of caramel, climb under a huge straw and jump into a massive vat of popcorn and find a “sweet tooth” tile. The two teams that collect all eight of their tiles first are the Haves, while the last team becomes the Have Nots. Andrew notes it is more important for him to win this competition than an HoH competition because slop is not kosher! Monet notes jumping into the caramel is like “hitting a brick wall.” Brandon almost loses his shorts when he slogs through the caramel, which gives everyone a view of his butt—Rachel, of course, finds this very cute. Everyone struggles, but Ragan can’t believe how nonchalantly Kathy takes the competition when she leisurely looks for her first tooth. As Lane plows through the caramel, Kathy gets stuck and comes to a complete stop, irritating her team members. To add insult to injury, Britney accidentally kicks Kathy in the head as she rushes past her. Despite an initial lead, Kathy’s team can’t get their eight teeth in time, making them the Have Nots. Along with Kathy, fellow teammates Matt, Rachel and Ragan find out they not only have to take cold showers and eat an all-slop diet, they must now live in the dreaded “Have Not” bedroom, which Hayden warns is the worst in BIG BROTHER history. The good news is completing the Have Not competition means the HouseGuests get bolt cutters to break off the storage room lock. Not the Presidential Suite Hayden’s warning proves to be more than true—the HouseGuests are appalled at the fish locker-themed Have Not Bedroom, which includes jars and jars of smelly bugs as decoration and plastic chaise lounges for beds! The game aftermath continues when Kathy tells Britney she had it easier because Britney’s teammate Enzo left a tooth for her uncovered. Britney is not happy that Kathy is insinuating she was the weakest player. “You’re trying to tell me I’m the worst one?” Britney asks incredulously in diary room. Britney announces Kathy doesn’t need an enemy in this game, and she’s making one fast. The Saboteur Strikes Again The next morning Andrew notices someone has put tape across two images on the memory wall—both Kathy and Britney have been tagged. Andrew immediately runs up to Hayden’s room to fill him in, which only makes Hayden more suspicious Andrew is the Saboteur. Kathy brushes off the sabotage outwardly, but she admits privately this could ruin her game. The Saboteur suddenly comes on the monitor and warns them to “observe, listen and watch your back.” Britney heeds the warning and goes right up to the HoH Suite to work on Hayden. Britney tells Hayden she doesn’t think she deserves to be sabotaged, while Hayden assures her it was a move to just create drama. Hayden asks Britney whom she would nominate and Britney quickly throws out Brendon and Kathy’s names. Britney says she’ll vote however Hayden wants her to, but Britney’s suggestion now has Hayden thinking—is Kathy a better choice for nominations than Rachel? Time for Hayden’s Debut The HouseGuests quietly file in for their first nomination ceremony. Hayden begins by handing Andrew his key, reminding everyone Andrew is safe for sitting out on the HoH competition. Hayden then pulls Annie’s key, announcing she is safe. Ragan, Enzo and Kristen are all relieved to find discover they are safe, with Britney, Matt, Monet, Kathy and finally Lane getting their keys. Rachel and Brendon are the first nominees for eviction. Hayden tells Brendon he was unaccounted for during the blackout, and informs Rachel she hasn’t gotten to know him. Hayden later reveals Rachel is his pawn and Brendon is the target. Rachel is shocked, while Brendon feels Hayden has made a huge mistake by making himself an enemy. Will Rachel or Brendon win the Veto and escape the chopping block? And what will be the Saboteur’s next move? Find out Tuesday, July 13 at 8pm ET/PT on BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 11 2010
Season 12: Episode 01: A House Like No Other Meet the New HouseGuests! Every fan knows that the Big Brother HouseGuests show up to the House ready to compete for the coveted $500,000 prize. Well, the classic BIG BROTHER mantra “expect the unexpected” is still very much true. For the first time ever, one of the thirteen HouseGuests will not be playing for the big prize, but acting as a secret Saboteur! Host Julie Chen explains that over the first half of the season, the Saboteur will be wreaking havoc on individual players, rival alliances and even the entire house itself. The Saboteur does have an incentive, however—if he or she makes it five weeks in the House and pulls off all of their assigned sabotages, the Saboteur will walk away with $50,000. Talk about a different kind of season… The House takes on an ultra-modern Miami feel this summer, with Arkansas hotel sales manager Britney, California college professor Ragan, swim coach Brendon and chemistry student-slash-Las Vegas cocktail waitress Rachel kicking off the season by entering their new South Beach-themed home. The second group of HouseGuests to enter features Texas oil rig salesman Lane, Florida bartender Annie, New Jersey insurance adjuster Enzo, Arkansas sheriff Kathy and Miami podiatrist and Orthodox Jew Andrew, who shouts “Mazel Tov” when he bursts into the House. The HouseGuests are all accounted for when Arizona college student Hayden, Philadelphia boutique manager Kristen, certified genius/web designer Matt and Illinois model Monet come rushing through the door. Instead of stopping for some introductory hugs, Monet plows past Kathy to make sure she has a bed of her own—now that’s a woman ready to play the game of Big Brother! Bring out the Bubbly Annie gets the party started by popping open the introductory bottles of champagne, which leads right into the traditional HouseGuest meet and greet. Ragan thinks the tall and handsome Brendon could apply for the job of Superman, while Enzo is worried about having a sheriff like Annie in the house. Andrew starts off by making up a sob story about being laid off and having to work in a shoe store, but all Rachel notices is how cute Andrew looks wearing his “Yom Kippur.” Andrew isn’t the only HouseGuest holding back; Matt declines to reveal he is a certified genius, Annie keeps her bisexuality quiet and Ragan also gives himself a demotion by telling everyone he is a student, not a professor. That’s a whole lot of lying and obfuscation right from the start—is the Saboteur among those already spinning tales or keeping quiet? Hanging with the Enemy Julie chimes into the living room and after a quick hello reminds everyone BIG BROTHER wouldn’t want to disappoint them by being too predictable. “One of you is actually not here to win the game,” she says, explaining the Saboteur twist to the HouseGuests. Julie reveals the Saboteur can win Head of Household and Veto competitions, but he or she will not be eligible for the final $500,000 prize. While the Saboteur has a chance to walk away with 50 Grand by making it to the halfway point, he or she will leave with nothing if evicted within the next five weeks. Suddenly the living room monitor flashes and a shadowy figure with a masked voice appears! “Watch your back,” the Saboteur warns. “I can and will strike at any time.” “There goes our drama-free night,” Ragan says, as everyone discusses the wrench in the works. Rachel wants to know how she can trust anyone, even a potential showmance, while Annie wonders if she should suspect anyone who mocks the Saboteur. Kathy notes that cops are already naturally paranoid, so this will make her only more suspicious of everyone around her. Who could it be? I’ll Take Mine with Extra Relish It’s time for the first competition of the season, but some business must be worked out first. Julie announces the inaugural HoH competition requires two teams, but with 13 HouseGuests, someone must volunteer to sit out. Andrew shoots his hand up, and learns he is not eligible for HoH. Enzo and Hayden find Andrew’s behavior fishy. The HouseGuests then change, coming out as the red and yellow teams, with Andrew dressed as a hot dog! Matt notes that Andrew is definitely a kosher wiener. When the HouseGuests go outside, they discover the backyard has been transformed into a giant grill, with two huge hot dog wieners hanging in the air. Julie explains each team will use a series of pulleys to bring team members across the grill one at a time on their respective team’s wiener. The first member of the winning team across the grill gets $10,000, with the second member scoring $1,000. Successive team members across the grill get less and less cash, but the final winning team member across wins something unique—Head of Household. Both teams find getting their first couple of players across fairly easy, but when gobs of ketchup and mustard get sprayed onto the hotdogs, the competition gets much more difficult. Red and yellow team members start suffering some fantastic falls, but things get serious when red team member Britney falls and injures her knee. First responder Kathy jumps down to help, but the real doctor in the house, Andrew, does nothing, keeping up his lie about being a shoe salesman. Britney’s injury requires the House medic to check her out, but luckily her knee is not seriously hurt. However, Britney is not able to continue. Julie asks Britney if she is okay with that, and Britney says she is. To make the game fair, Julie asks the yellow team to chose a red team player who has already made it across to go again in place of Britney. The yellow team picks Kristen, and the game ends when the red team quickly smokes yellow, with Hayden taking the first HoH. The Saboteur Strikes! After cleaning up from the very messy HoH competition, the HouseGuests lounge in the living room. Suddenly the lights go out, sending the House into total darkness. At first Britney thinks there is some sort of technical difficulty, but it becomes clear that the Saboteur just may be at work. Despite the darkness Brendon continues a search for his toothbrush, while Andrew takes the opportunity to pull some pranks by opening and closing bedroom doors. The lights come up again and the monitor flashes on—the Saboteur thanks the HouseGuests for making the first move of the summer so easy! There is now a lock on the storage room door, which means no food or supplies and a diet of BIG BROTHER slop for the night! The accusations soon start flying as Ragan notes they are living within a murder mystery. If the first prank is starvation, Matt asks, where will the Saboteur go from here? Talk about a fun start to the BIG BROTHER season! So whom will Hayden nominate for eviction? How will the Saboteur strike again? Can the HouseGuests figure out who is the traitor among them? Tune in Sunday, July 11 at 8pm ET/PT for BIG BROTHER on CBS!
Jul 08 2010

Season 11

30 Episodes

Finale 11x30
In the first ever 2-hour season finale, one houseguest is crowned the winner and awarded $500,000, and all the houseguests are reunited for the first time. Also, Julie reveals which houseguest America chose as their favorite and awards the lucky juror $25,000.
Sep 15 2009
The final three reminisce about their experiences in the Big Brother house. Kevin, Natalie, and Jordan enjoy a moment together before mentally preparing to duke it out for the win.
Sep 13 2009
The houseguests compete in part two of the final HoH competition, while Julie reveals some of the final twists of the season. Also, four of the best houseguests from Big Brother history return to weigh in on this season's final three.
Sep 10 2009
The houseguests compete for the final Power of Veto of the season and one more is evicted. Also, the final three houseguests begin part one of the last HoH competition.
Sep 08 2009
As tensions grow in the house Natalie distances herself from the other houseguests with her lies. Alliances are broken and it's every player for themselves.
Sep 06 2009
Jeff fights to stay in the house, but will his efforts pay off? Either he or Jordan will be evicted from the Big Brother house. Also, three out of the final four houseguests compete for HoH.
Sep 03 2009
The future of the remaining houseguests rests in the next PoV competition. The unthinkable may happen and long-standing alliances may be broken up.
Sep 01 2009
After winning HoH, Kevin is faced with a difficult decision. Natalie guns for Michele to be evicted.
Aug 30 2009
Russell pushes Jordan to her limit, and the houseguests decide whether to send him or Natalie to the jury house. Also, the HoH competition may be chocolatey, but it's anything but sweet.
Aug 27 2009
A past houseguest helps out in the crucial PoV competition. As the house pairs up, Jeff may have to watch his back.
Aug 25 2009
A new HoH is crowned and with Lydia's eviction, the houseguests start to reconsider their alliances. Russell wants to secure his place in the final four but his ego makes the others want him out.
Aug 23 2009
In the fast-paced hour, the houseguests compete for veto, evict another houseguest and battle it out for HoH, all live. Also, secrets about Jesse's actions when he was in the house turn some of his strongest supporters against him.
Aug 20 2009
Chima's actions lead her to an untimely eviction. After a new HoH competition to reset the game, a few houseguests have a difficult time accepting the new power shift.
Aug 18 2009
Chima, Lydia, and Natalie mourn Jessie's eviction, while Michele puts up her two nominees. Also, the houseguests compete in this week's have/have not competition.
Aug 16 2009
After Kevin's decision not to use the power of veto on either of Chima's nominees, Russell and Lydia are still on the block for eviction, but will Jeff use the power of the coup d'etat to shake up the Big Brother house? Also, who will win the sixth Head of Household competition?
Aug 13 2009
Russell and Chima continue to fight and one of the houseguests has to make a difficult decision. The PoV competition is more important than ever as the girls side with each other.
Aug 11 2009
Russell tries his best to make nice with Chima after she wins HoH. In a luxury challenge the houseguests are split into two teams and given the chance to win great prizes.
Aug 09 2009
Russell and Chima have a throwdown and another houseguest is eliminated. Also, the winner of the coup d'etat is revealed and the houseguests compete for HoH based on America's advice.
Aug 06 2009
The Power of Veto competition is a gamble and the alliances campaign in their best interest. Chima upsets Russell and Michelle proves to be the swing vote.
Aug 04 2009
Russell and Jeff come to an agreement about who should get HoH. Russell proves to be a man of his word as he announces his nominations for eviction.
Aug 02 2009
Showmances begin to blossom and another houseguest goes home in a heated eviction. Also, the houseguests face off in their first endurance HoH competition.
Jul 30 2009
The houseguests experience a pig's life in the Power of Veto competition. A few waver between kicking Ronnie out.
Jul 28 2009
Ronnie tries to make nice in order to save himself from being up for elimination. Surprising romances develop in the house.
Jul 26 2009
Ronnie's lies catch up to him and a second houseguest is evicted from the Big Brother house. Plus, a new HoH is crowned.
Jul 23 2009
Russell shows his volatile side before the Power of Veto competition. Jeff and Laura desperately need to stay in the house.
Jul 21 2009
As the HoH, Ronnie strategically decides which houseguests must fight for the Power of Veto. The houseguests compete for the chance to watch a screening of The Ugly Truth.
Jul 19 2009
Lydia causes a ruckus, while Russell does all he can to make sure Braden goes home. Who will be evicted from the Big Brother house? Also, the houseguests compete to win HoH by predicting how fans voted in an online poll.
Jul 16 2009
The mood in the house quickly turns sour as the houseguests compete for the first Power of Veto. Lydia tries to ally herself with the athletes and Ronnie walks a fine line.
Jul 14 2009
Jessie from Season 10, the current HoH returns and the other houseguests do all the can to avoid a nomination. The stakes are raised when cliques are punished for losing the food competition.
Jul 12 2009
12 strangers will move into the Big Brother house and learn that they will be 'kickin it old school' this summer, high school to be exact. The House Guests will be shocked to learn that they will be playing the game in one of four familiar high school cliques - popular, athletes, brainiacs and off beats.
Jul 09 2009

Season 10

29 Episodes

Finale 10x29
The final two houseguests face the jury who will determine the winner of Big Brother 10.
Sep 16 2008
Dan and Memphis relive the Big Brother 10 season with moments of footage never seen before.
Sep 14 2008
The Final Three face off for the honor of being the last HoH. The winner must evict one of the two remaining players.
Sep 11 2008
The remaining four houseguests compete for the final PoV. One houseguest is evicted live.
Sep 09 2008
The final four guests compete for a luxury prize that might change the game. Dan nominates two houseguests for eviction.
Sep 07 2008
Two houseguests participate in a live vote to evict a fellow housemate. The HoH competition is a memory game.
Sep 04 2008
With only five guests left in the house, the winner of the PoV Competition has a difficult decision ahead.
Sep 02 2008
The houseguests play a carnival game during the HoH competition. The victorious guest must choose two housemates to put on the block.
Aug 31 2008
In this special double eviction episode, houseguests struggle with split second decisions while a full week of Big Brother is played out live.
Aug 28 2008
The houseguests compete in a race against time and gravity for the PoV. Will the winner use the power to save Jerry or Memphis from eviction?
Aug 26 2008
The new HoH makes a stunning selection during the nomination ceremony.
Aug 24 2008
Another guest is evicted from the Big Brother house. The remaining houseguests are in for a wild ride at the HoH competition.
Aug 21 2008
The houseguests need mad math skills and a little luck in this PoV competition. The winning houseguest considers bribes from both nominees while deciding how to use the PoV.
Aug 19 2008
At the food competition, the houseguests eat disgusting delicacies to avoid slop for one more week. Current HoH, Renny, puts two housemates up on the block.
Aug 17 2008
Either Libra or Keesha will be given the boot at this week's eviction ceremony. The houseguests battle it out to become the next HoH.
Aug 14 2008
The PoV competition brings tears and the victorious houseguest must decide how to use the hard-earned power.
Aug 12 2008
The tension in the house mounts as Michelle deliberates over her nomination choices. At the food competition, current houseguests are paired up against previous houseguests.
Aug 10 2008
With the house split, America's player will cast the deciding vote and send either Memphis or Jessie packing.
Aug 06 2008
Selected houseguests take a shot at winning the PoV and the unitard makes a special reappearance.
Aug 05 2008
One houseguest hangs on long enough to become the next HoH. Who will be placed on the block at the nomination ceremony?
Aug 03 2008
Angie does her best to take heat off of herself. One guest is evicted from the Big Brother house.
Jul 30 2008
The two houseguests on the block fail to win the veto competition, leaving their fate in the hands of the current HoH.
Jul 29 2008
At the nomination ceremony, Keesha reveals her true colors and makes more than one enemy. The houseguests work together in the competition to expand the house's menu.
Jul 27 2008
One houseguest is evicted from the Big Brother house. The rest of the guests compete for the HOH position.
Jul 23 2008
The Power of Veto is up for grabs. An argument between the houseguests could result in a backdoor nomination.
Jul 22 2008
The house divides to compete in the food competition and half of the guests end up on slop for the week. Two members of Brian's old alliance are put on the block at the nomination ceremony.
Jul 20 2008
Brian campaigns for all the votes he can get, but will it be enough? A new HOH is crowned.
Jul 16 2008
Jerry's nominations send shockwaves through the house. The Power of Veto competition turns into a very sticky situation.
Jul 15 2008
Thirteen houseguests enter the Big Brother house and will compete all Summer long in the most traditional season of Big Brother since season 3.
Jul 13 2008

Season 9

33 Episodes

In the season finale, the jury decides the winner.
Apr 27 2008
The final HOH competition concludes and the winner gets to choose which houseguest they will take to the jury vote.
Apr 23 2008
The critical POV is up for grabs. Will the winner use it and who will be evicted from the house, leaving three remaining?
Apr 22 2008
The houseguests compete for the right to watch a movie. Two houseguests are nominated for eviction.
Apr 20 2008
The houseguests believe they have a liar among them and decide to confront that person. A new HOH is selected.
Apr 16 2008
The Power of Veto is up for grabs. Will Adam or Sharon win and save themselves?
Apr 15 2008
HOH winner Sheila begins weilding her power. Find out what deals have been made and who gets put up for eviction.
Apr 13 2008
Tonight's evictee may seem obvious, but will the houseguests vote go as expected? Which houseguest will hang on longest to win the next HOH?
Apr 09 2008
The houseguests must please a higher power in order to win the power of veto.
Apr 08 2008
Mashed potatoes play a key role in today's food competition and HOH Adam puts up two houseguests for eviction.
Apr 06 2008
Sharon and Joshuah campaign for votes as other houseguests attempt to decide which houseguest to vote out. A new head of household is chosen.
Apr 02 2008
Arguments erupt even before the veto competition begins. Who will win the power?
Apr 01 2008
The houseguests tackle their latest food competition and the head of household nominates two people for eviction.
Mar 30 2008
The houseguests face an eviction and then are challenged with America's questions.
Mar 26 2008
The Power of Veto is up for grabs. Will James or Chelsia be saved?
Mar 25 2008
The houseguests compete for a chance to watch a special screening of the new movie '21'. Find out who will be nominated for the next eviction.
Mar 23 2008
James holds all the power, but will all the houseguests vote the way he wants them to? A new HOH is chosen.
Mar 19 2008
Emotions run high as the houseguests battle for the Power of Veto. Will the winner use it to save one of the houseguests currently up for eviction?
Mar 18 2008
Find out who won the HOH competition and if any deals were struck. The new HOH puts up two houseguests for eviction.
Mar 16 2008
It's the first elimination after the couples' split. Who will get evicted, and later, who will become the new HOH?
Mar 12 2008
Two HouseGuests are up for eviction, but the Power of Veto could change things yet again. Who will win?
Mar 11 2008
The houseguests' first nomination ceremony as singles takes place.
Mar 09 2008
It's time for the next eviction....Which of the two couples will be out of the house? And what's next for the HouseGuests?
Mar 05 2008
Nominations are in, but will the Power of Veto competition have an impact on the game?
Mar 04 2008
Find out which couples get put up for eviction.
Mar 02 2008
Two couples are up for eviction after the PoV challenge. Who will get the boot?
Feb 27 2008
The nominations are in, but who will win Power of Veto?
Feb 26 2008
The nomination ceremony takes place.
Feb 24 2008
Matt and Natalie didn't use the PoV. Who will be evicted: Parker and Jen or Ryan and Allison?
Feb 20 2008
The Power of Veto is up for grabs. Find out who wins it and if they use it.
Feb 19 2008
Who will Alex and Amanda put up for eviction? And how will some HouseGuests' knowledge of the "secret relationship" impact the house?
Feb 17 2008
Power Couple Parker and Jen make the first eviction. Later, a new HOH is crowned.
Feb 13 2008
Sixteen houseguests pair up and start to duke it out to see who will rule the Big Brother house.
Feb 12 2008

Season 8

33 Episodes

Finale 8x33
The Season 8 winner of Big Brother is crowned.
Sep 18 2007
Dick and Daniele contemplate their past during their final days in the house.
Sep 16 2007
The final three compete for the final HOH.
Sep 13 2007
The Power of Veto changes the game.
Sep 11 2007
Alliances shift in the house.
Sep 09 2007
There's a double eviction in the house.
Sep 06 2007
The houseguests play for POV.
Sep 04 2007
Zach takes his time in deciding who to nominate for eviction.
Sep 02 2007
Amber pleads to stay in the Big Brother house.
Aug 30 2007
Eric completes America's Player task by kissing Jessica. The Power of Veto competition is played.
Aug 28 2007
Jessica shakes things up in the house when she wins HOH.
Aug 26 2007
Jen and Dick get into another argument while Daniele and Amber play Power of 10.
Aug 23 2007
Daniele wins a special POV.
Aug 21 2007
As new HOH, Daniele decides who she wants to nominate for eviction.
Aug 19 2007
Eric works to get America's houseguest of choosing evicted.
Aug 16 2007
The POV is used, and Jessica has to nominate another houseguest for eviction.
Aug 14 2007
Dick and Daniele conclude that they are outnumbered in the house.
Aug 12 2007
Eric threatens Amber, and a new HOH is crowned.
Aug 09 2007
Daniele identifies a new target in efforts to seek her revenge.
Aug 07 2007
Daniele seeks revenge for Nick's elimination.
Aug 05 2007
Jen and Dick continue to bump heads, and another houseguest is eliminated.
Aug 02 2007
The Power of Veto is used and Dustin must replace one of his nominations.
Jul 31 2007
Dustin plots his HOH reign.
Jul 29 2007
Kail and Jen scramble for support from their fellow houseguests.
Jul 26 2007
Will Jen or Kail be saved by the power of veto?
Jul 24 2007
Dick rules the house as the new HoH.
Jul 22 2007
Kail rallies for votes to evict Dick.
Jul 19 2007
An unhappy house reacts to the nominations of Dick and Danielle.
Jul 17 2007
HoH Jen nominates two houseguests for eviction.
Jul 15 2007
The first eviction takes place.
Jul 12 2007
Will the power of veto be used to take Amber or Carol off the block?
Jul 10 2007
The first set of houseguests are nominated for eviction.
Jul 08 2007
Fourteen houseguests move into the Big Brother house.
Jul 05 2007

Season 7

28 Episodes

In the live finale, the All-Stars reunite once again and confront the Final Two about their performance in the game. The Jury votes, and the winner of Big Brother: All Stars is announced. One lucky Jury member wins America's Vote and goes home $25,000 richer.
Sep 12 2006
The three-part Final HoH Competition yields a winner, who also wins a fabulous car. The HoH announces the eviction, and only the Final Two remain. Who will win it all?
Sep 07 2006
The Final PoV Competition is tough, but one nominee wins it and saves herself. Next, the ladies compare notes, and Chilltown's showmance strategy is revealed. One of the Chill boys is evicted, and the final HoH Competition begins.
Sep 05 2006
The Final Four are split into two showmances, but Chilltown still looks like the only real deal in the BB house. The winner of the high-stakes HoH Competition stands firm and nominates two of the four.
Sep 03 2006
Big Brother packs a whole week of activity into this single episode, with an eviction, the HoH Competition, the PoV Competition and a second eviction.
Aug 31 2006
PoV 7x23
Neil Patrick Harris brings Christmas in August to the BB House, delighting the star-struck HouseGuests. He spends some time in the Diary Room and on Will's trampoline. The PoV Competition is tense, but one lucky nominee wins it and HoH Erika is forced to swap in another.
Aug 29 2006
In the Food Competition, the HouseGuests win a high-protein, high-alcohol diet for the next week, and George gets a much-needed Slop pass. "Lance Showmance", aka Boogie, does his best to work on Erika. HoH Erike announces her nominations.
Aug 27 2006
Dani and James lobby hard to keep him in the house, but the other HouseGuests aren't committing. Despite some intense strategizing, a tough player is evicted. The HoH Competition results could mean trouble for Chilltown.
Aug 24 2006
PoV 7x20
After both nominees play victim, one wins the PoV, and HoH Boogie swaps in a surprise. While Will secretly resolves to turn her into a femme-bot, Janelle forms a new alliance.
Aug 22 2006
The PoV winner forces short-time HoH George to name a replacement nominee, who is swiftly evicted. A special HoH Competition results in a first-time win for one All-Star and yet another power shift in the house.
Aug 20 2006
In a tearful Eviction Ceremony, one nominee is shown the door. Julie Chen informs Mike Boogie that he's the winner of the Coup d'Etat but must use it within the next three weeks. On Prom Night, a new HoH is installed, but will reign for only 24 hours and must immediately make nominations.
Aug 17 2006
PoV 7x17
The PoV Competition brings back events and HouseGuests from seasons past. One of Janelle's nominees wins the Power of Veto and saves herself. Are Boogie and Erika involved in a showmance?
Aug 15 2006
Technical difficulties force a redo of the HoH Competition, with different results. In the Food Competition, the HouseGuests must impress a panel of judges from seasons past with a set of Slop-based recipes. The new HoH nominates tow floaters.
Aug 13 2006
Both Kaysar and James want to stay, but one is ultimately evicted. After a particularly spooky HoH Competition, a new HoH takes charge. Julie Chen announces a new twist that could transform the game: the Coup d'Etat.
Aug 10 2006
PoV 7x14
With Janelle and James on the block, the PoV Competition has special significance for S-6, Chilltown and the Legion of Doom. The competition offers the players some tough choices, and one HouseGuest is willing to risk it all to win. After the Veto Ceremony, the household is in chaos again, with the HouseGuests sleeping on cots, taking cold showers and eating Slop.
Aug 08 2006
Last episode's HoH Competition was a cliffhanger- actually a webhanger- and Black Widow Danielle manages to cling the longest and win the crown. As she promised, Danielle gets revenge on the S-6 alliance with her nominations.
Aug 06 2006
After intense lobbying, fighting and backstabbing, one of the floaters is evicted. The HoH Competition kicks off a week of competitions requiring the HouseGuests to choose between power and temptation.
Aug 03 2006
PoV 7x11
The Power of Veto Competition yields a very lucky winner who exercises the Veto to change the nominations. HoH Janelle nominates a floater, and alliances shift again.
Aug 01 2006
While HoH Janelle agonizes over her nominations, she entertains "advice" from Chilltown and the floaters. Her final nomination choices promise to shake up the household. In the Food Competition, several HouseGuests are assigned to a week on the dreaded Slop by their housemates.
Jul 30 2006
Both Will and Jase insist that they don't want to stay in the house, but both canvas for votes, Ultimately, one of the nominees gets his wish and is evicted. The ensuing HoH Competition ends with the crowning of a second-time HoH.
Jul 27 2006
PoV 7x08
After the PoV Competition, several HouseGuests look like Smurfs, two are bald, and Jase's hair turns blue. An unexpected PoV winner upsets James' scheme, forcing S-6 to switch to Plan B.
Jul 25 2006
The Food Competition banishes Slop for the week, as the HouseGuests win menus for each day. First-time HoH James has the whole house nervous, and his bold nomination picks spark speculation. Will the PoV make a difference?
Jul 23 2006
Both Diane and Nakomis try their best to stay in the house, but one has to go. Afterwards, the Hoh Competition is a Q and A testing the HouseGuests' visual memory and powers of observation.
Jul 20 2006
PoV 7x05
Kaysar's nominees, Diane and Nakomis, hope that the PoV will save one of them. Chilltown allies Will and Boogie do their best to sway those not in the Season 6 alliance. Will the PoV winner save one of the women on the block?
Jul 18 2006
With lieutenants Janelle and Howie at his back, Kaysar feels secure in the HoH room as he considers his nomination options. A very messy Food Competition leaves half the household eating well while the other gets slop.
Jul 16 2006
Nominees Danielle and Alison both lobby hard to swing the votes, but it's not enough for Ali, who gets evicted. In the HoH Competition, the HouseGuests must read Alison's mind, and Kaysar emerges victorious as the new HoH.
Jul 13 2006
PoV 7x02
The other All-Stars see the BB 6 players as a threat, and several conspire to break their "Sea-Sick" (Season Six) alliance. Nominees Danielle and Alison try their best in the Power of Veto Competition, which involves diving, but not the kind of diving you might think.
Jul 11 2006
Julie Chen welcomes 14 All-Stars into the BB house, and six hopefuls are locked out. Shortly thereafter, the first HoH competition takes place, and nominations soon follow. Alliances form quickly, but are they premature? Time will tell.
Jul 06 2006

Season 6

30 Episodes

Finale 6x30
A vote is held to determine the winner of the game, one of the most surprising and personal seasons of the show ever.
Sep 18 2005
After a grueling three-part competition, the winner makes a decision that may change the jury's opinion of them.
Sep 16 2005
The Friendship Alliance appears to crack when Ivette wins the Golden Power of Veto.
Sep 13 2005
Janelle wins a trip to the set of Two And A Half Men.
Sep 10 2005
Janelle's plan to keep Howie in the house falls through when Ivette singlehandedly sends Howie into the sequester house.
Sep 08 2005
Janelle and Howie, who expect to be nominated, think out a potential plan for both of them to stay in the game.
Sep 06 2005
In the action-packed double eviction week episode, Howie and Janelle follow through with their plans to split up the last "secret" pair in the house.
Sep 03 2005
James has been successfully "backdoored" by the rest of the house, giving him no chance of saving himself. Still, he doesn't give up without a fight.
Sep 01 2005
Janelle and Howie look to the future and scramble to find a way to survive in the Big Brother 6 house when an unexpected opportunity falls in their lap.
Aug 30 2005
As James continues to play both sides, the other players are slowly beginning to realize that they will need each other in order to win.
Aug 25 2005
James struggles to continue to play both sides and, doing what he feels will be best for him.
Aug 23 2005
Janelle and Howie are still fuming over Kaysar's eviction, and now that they have the power, they rub it in the faces of "The Friendship."
Aug 20 2005
With Jennifer's choice of nominating house favorite Kaysar for eviction, the entire house clashes against each other, and Jen isn't the only victim.
Aug 18 2005
The members of the Sovereign Five fight as hard as they can to persuade Jen not to waver from their initial agreement to rid the house of a certain roommate.
Aug 16 2005
The Head of Household challenge from last week's episode culminates in the longest competition in Big Brother history - over 12 hours.
Aug 13 2005
Julie Chen announces the news that everyone has been waiting for: which evicted houseguest will be reentering the game, which she ultimately reveals is fan favorite.
Aug 11 2005
James and Sarah, shocked and betrayed at Howie's nominations, vow to win the veto in order to keep James alive.
Aug 09 2005
Instead of going along with their alliance, Head of Household Howie and his partner, Rachel, work together with "The Friendship" to try to get double-crosser James out of the house.
Aug 06 2005
In the fourth live show of the season, host Julie Chen reveals some surprising news: one evicted houseguest will be brought back into the game.
Aug 04 2005
Eric's eviction continues to play a part in the house, as Ivette has a meltdown because of it, and Maggie continues to seek her revenge on those who ousted Eric.
Aug 02 2005
Maggie attempts to wreak havoc on the house after Eric's eviction by trying to take out a power player in the house with her nominations.
Jul 30 2005
Things begin to cool down in the house when the houseguests gather around in the living room and spill most - if not all - of their secrets.
Jul 28 2005
Kaysar puts his plan into motion, and approaches certain people to join an alliance with him.
Jul 26 2005
The new Head of Household takes the mattes of the house into his own hands.
Jul 23 2005
As their time in the house together winds down, Michael and Janelle's flirtation evolves into a deep attraction, involving lots of displays of affection.
Jul 21 2005
Hours before the Power of Veto contest, two fights break out between Ivette & Kaysar and Eric & Michael, forcing the Big Brother producers to break up the fight.
Jul 19 2005
Eric, the new Head of Household, appears to growing thin on many of the houseguests.
Jul 16 2005
Amid a barrage of rumors and discussions about the imminent eviction, Julie Chen reveals the seven secret pairs.
Jul 14 2005
Rachel discovers a secret bedroom in the house, and when she tells the other competitors, they get upset.
Jul 12 2005
It's the "Summer of the Secrets' for the new houseguests of the sixth season of Big Brother.
Jul 07 2005

Season 5

31 Episodes

Finale 5x31
It comes down to the wire as the winner of Big Brother 5 is selected.
Sep 21 2004
The HoH competition heats up.
Sep 17 2004
In the most unique Big Brother Veto Ceremony of the summer, an ally is betrayed at the last minute.
Sep 14 2004
The last chance for Nakomis will be the Veto competition.
Sep 11 2004
Will Diane's betrayal cost Karen the game? Or is Cowboy heading for an ambush?
Sep 09 2004
Nakomis immediately gets her game on, knowing she will need to be sharp if she wants to stay in the game.
Sep 07 2004
Because this is a double eviction week, things go much faster and hectic than usual.
Sep 04 2004
Adria, almost positive that she will be evicted during the ceremony, gives all of the remaining houseguests a piece of her mind.
Sep 02 2004
Out of allegiance to Will and a desire to get a strong player out of the Big Brother 5 House, two houseguests are thrown up on the block.
Aug 31 2004
Houseguests make a promise that Will will be avenged.
Aug 26 2004
After one of the stranger Power of Veto ceremonies, a family member is betrayed.
Aug 24 2004
Nakomis puts not one but two twins on the block, seemingly ensuring that one of them will be leaving.
Aug 21 2004
Drama ensues during the eviction ceremony.
Aug 19 2004
Will and Marvin, nominated for eviction, compete for the Power of Veto.
Aug 17 2004
The united alliance that evicted Jase from the House appears to be crumbling.
Aug 14 2004
Thinking he saved himself, Jase gets bounced by a near-unanimous vote.
Aug 12 2004
In this episode, the Power of Veto is up for grabs.
Aug 10 2004
One of the houseguests starts thinking strategy when Nakomis forms a fool proof plan to eradicate the house of one of the power players.
Aug 07 2004
Scott, the virtual founder of the once-powerful Four Horsemen, is shown the door.
Aug 05 2004
Jase wins the Golden Power of Veto, forcing Head of Household Diane to nominate another person for eviction.
Aug 03 2004
The new Head of Household, Diane, attempts to get rid of a power player in the house by nominating Jase and Scott for eviction.
Jul 31 2004
After being spied on, Holly is evicted by a near-unanimous vote of 7 to 1.
Jul 29 2004
Nakomis wins the Power of Veto, and she removes herself from the chopping block.
Jul 27 2004
As soon as Drew wins Head of Household, he finds himself being barraged by advice, counsel, and commentary by every single player in the game.
Jul 24 2004
Jase's decision to use the Golden Power of Veto on Holly proves to be a good thing for Marvin and the rest of the Four Horsemen.
Jul 22 2004
In a riveting competition called "Snag the Veto", Jase emerges victorious over a hard-working Lori to grab the Power of Veto.
Jul 20 2004
Nomination day arrives, and Head of Household Marvin begins his deliberations.
Jul 17 2004
Despite his best efforts to plant seeds of doubt about the power of the Scott and Jase alliance, a houseguest gets evicted.
Jul 15 2001
The noose continues to tighten around Mike's neck as Scott wins the Power of Veto in the "Flaringo" ring toss game.
Jul 13 2004
Michael decides to reveal to the Four Horsemen that Jennifer, a.k.a. Nakomis, is his half-sister.
Jul 08 2004
It's the first show of a new Big Brother season, and this year's theme is Do Not Assume.
Jul 06 2004

Season 4

33 Episodes

Finale 4x33
The evicted HouseGuests return to the Big Brother house for the biggest day in the game.
Sep 24 2003
The jury reminisces over the past couple months in the Big Brother house.
Sep 19 2003
Robert is evicted. Jun and Allison are the final two members in the Big Brother house.
Sep 17 2003
The race for HoH has never been more intense.
Sep 16 2003
Allison must choose one of her two allies to put up for eviction.
Sep 10 2003
Alliances tear apart as Robert sets up the final three.
Sep 09 2003
Robert, the final member of the Dream Team, fights off the girl alliance.
Sep 05 2003
Alison uses her Power of Veto to tear the Dream Team apart.
Sep 03 2003
The girl alliance begins to break.
Sep 02 2003
The Stooges recognize the new woman alliance as a threat.
Aug 29 2003
The remaining women in the house make a secret pact to stay in the game.
Aug 27 2003
The remaining members of the Three Stooges make a comeback. And later a twist is thrown into the game.
Aug 25 2003
The Three Stooges lose an important member.
Aug 23 2003
After days of power and control, the Three Stooges are faced with an impossible situation.
Aug 19 2003
Jun makes the unexpected move of approaching Alison in attempts to from some kind of alliance.
Aug 16 2003
Later in the eviction night, a live vote will happen.
Aug 16 2003
Despite all the different strategies, deals and alliances, it is clear that one group controls the game.
Aug 13 2003
The HouseGuests compete in a game of strategy to win the Power of Veto.
Aug 12 2003
Robert, Justin and Jee-- hold the power in the House, and they're not afraid to flaunt it.
Aug 08 2003
Convinced that she has three votes in her favor, Dana sets out to secure a fourth.
Aug 06 2003
Alison's nominations have everyone talking, and many of her own allies disagree with her decision.
Aug 05 2003
After a dramatic shift in power, Alison settles into her position as new Head of Household and prepares for the nominations.
Aug 01 2003
After the Power of Veto meeting, Dana feels guilt over Dave's nomination.
Jul 30 2003
Now that Dana's nominations have drawn a clear line in the alliances, everyone's focus shifts to strategy.
Jul 29 2003
Dana weighs her options between her original alliance or joining the "Dream Team."
Jul 25 2003
Jee and Jun seem to form a secret alliance discussing strategy in Korean when the coast is clear and arguing when there is an audience present.
Jul 23 2003
Michelle and Erika are both upset over their nominations for eviction.
Jul 22 2003
Jee's HoH status makes the "Elite Seven" nervous and alliances are tested as strategies are revealed.
Jul 18 2003
The tumultuous first nine days are recapped as the HouseMates determine who should leave: Amanda or Jee.
Jul 16 2003
Amanda and Jee must rely on both strategy and the Power of Veto to secure their places in the House another week.
Jul 15 2003
HOH Nathan makes nominations for the first eviction. Who will it be?
Jul 11 2003
1st HOH 4x02
Some vow to evict their exes while others form "secret alliances."
Jul 09 2003
Eight houseguests prepare to live in the Big Brother house.
Jul 08 2003

Season 3

32 Episodes

BARTENDER GETS $500,000 TIP Before the final voting gets underway, Danielle tells Lisa about the moves she made to get herself to the final two. She "puts it all on the table," including telling Lisa that it was her idea to split up the Couples alliance that separated her from Eric. In the Diary Room, Lisa says that when Eric left, part of her left as well, but importantly, a "new part emerged, a part that was ready to play." Danielle talks about how her alliance with Jason needed a third person to work, and that they originally wanted Marcellas, but that they adopted Lisa because Marcellas was too "unstable." As the game was winding down, Lisa says she "saved her strength" for a run to the finals, a run that will hopefully pay off soon. TOGETHER AGAIN… The ten evicted HouseGuests reunite and have their first chance to discuss what happened inside the House. Tonya says that after she left, she heard a lot of the things that were said about her, and was not happy. She singles out Marc
Sep 25 2002
Before returning to Part One of the ultimate HoH Competition, Jason explains that he evicted Amy because she was a better player than Lisa when it came to the Competitions. His strong ally Danielle agrees with Jason's actions, saying that she has loyalty to both Lisa and Jason, so she's fine with them both still being in the game. For her part, Lisa says she's "Not surprised, but relieved" that Jason kept her in the game. Outside, the HouseGuests are still being deluged by rain from BIG BROTHER's "deal" with Mother Nature. All three hands shiver as they desperately clutch their keys. Danielle says that when the rain first started, it was like being in the path of a storm. Jason notices that Lisa keeps her "game face" on the entire time, smiling broadly as if she wasn't bothered at all. Lisa says she got inspiration from her swimwear, the top of which belonged to her mother and the bottom that came from Eric. As another downpour starts up, Jason loses his focus and lets go of his key to
Sep 21 2002
The Jason and Danielle alliance is close to paying off. With Jason holding the only vote for eviction, he'll determine who goes to the Final Three in the House. After that, the winner of the final HoH Competition will determine the last two HouseGuests standing. Jason says that his alliance with Danielle has lasted for 10 weeks, and he isn't going to change his approach now. He adds that if someone else wins the next Competition, he plans on pushing them to take Danielle instead of him. Lisa, despite being nominated, is planning for her future in the game as well. She doesn't think she can beat Jason in the final vote and thinks she has a better chance against Danielle. Lisa has also started to piece together the puzzle that is the Jason and Danielle alliance. She says that she thinks the fact that Danielle didn't nominate Jason was suspicious and realizes that, if they were together, they would need a third person to advance to the end, which is why Danielle has been looking out for h
Sep 19 2002
Amy and Lisa take their nominations well. Lisa has a "strong feeling" she's headed for the Final Two, but Jason tells Danielle he might want to keep Amy around, thinking that the other HouseGuests would be less likely to give her the money at the end. Still unaware of Jason's alliance with Danielle, Amy thinks he is making his own decisions. Danielle wants Jason to make the call between Lisa and Amy, but still wants him to come to her so they can discuss it. While gazing at the Photo Wall, each of the remaining Houseguests get pensive and nostalgic. Lisa is reminded of how much she misses Eric, while Danielle is reminded of her strategy entering the game: Protect those who will protect you. In a private moment, Jason tells Danielle that his family will be proud of him for their alliance, and that his goal was to find someone in the House who was his opposite to ally with. Danielle says in the Diary Room that the secret of their success was keeping their bond quiet, which allowed them t
Sep 18 2002
After Marcellas declined to use the Golden Veto to save himself, Danielle says, "sadness came upon me, because I knew how it was going to play out." Lisa adds that the fact that the voting was done on live TV "made it even more stressful." As Marcellas was leaving, everyone was touched by the fact that he still told them all he loved them. Amy, Marcellas's closest friend in the House, was hurt that Marcellas had to leave and she got to stay. Jason, who cast the tie-breaking vote that eliminated Marcellas, says it was hard to do, but that "it comes down to Danielle and that I'm looking out for her." Outside, Danielle comforts an upset Amy and explains why she voted to evict Marcellas. In the Diary Room Danielle says that she has to "make sure her words are right" when talking to Amy. Lisa was under the impression that Danielle and Jason wanted Amy out, so the fact that they didn't vote that way makes her "suspicious." Lisa talks to Jason in the kitchen about the votes and says she feels
Sep 14 2002
After Roddy's departure, Jason says he'll miss him and the way Roddy took care of him like a brother. Danielle is "relieved" that Roddy's gone, since he knew she was coming after him. Amy says she'll miss Roddy, since he was such a big part of her House experience, and Lisa wanted to give him a sympathy vote so he wasn't evicted unanimously. Marcellas, however, says that Roddy "deserved to go" because he wasn't playing the game well. Lisa is upset because just before the last live show Roddy asked her if he was being evicted, and she told him she didn't know. Jason and Danielle both say they were upset with Roddy for referring to the fact that Amy didn't use the Veto Power to save him as she promised she would. Danielle calls it "sad and hurtful" that Roddy held that over Amy's head one last time. Jason reveals that he had talked with Danielle about throwing the last HoH Competition so that Amy or Lisa could win it. Imagine their surprise when Lisa and Amy were eliminated on the first
Sep 12 2002
HOT ROD PEELS OUT: NJ WRITER EVICTED 3-0 As the eviction draws near, Danielle wonders why the people nominated against Roddy turn themselves into "sacrificial lambs," allowing him to stay in the House. Marcellas tells Danielle that after listening to Roddy he feels hypnotized, ready to follow him wherever. With Roddy's persuasiveness an active topic in the house, Amy makes his bid to stay a little easier by putting on what Marcellas calls the "ugliest exhibition" he's seen in the House. It starts when Lisa, on the elliptical trainer, overhears Amy make an offer to Roddy for one of his beers. As Amy continues to drink, she babbles to the other HouseGuests, all of whom are visibly uncomfortable. Marcellas, now using the trainer himself, asks Roddy to go inside and get him a drink of water, leaving him alone on the patio with Amy. Marcellas tells Amy to stop drinking and go to bed. Amy goes into the House, but pulls Jason into the HoH room and asks him for some of his alcohol, then lies t
Sep 05 2002
PAST COMES BACK TO HAUNT AMY With Marcellas's harsh words still ringing in her ears, Amy mumbles to Roddy that she understands being nominated, but wonders why the speech had to be so cruel. Marcellas says later that he considered his words to her an "intervention" of sorts, but Roddy thought it was "unnecessary and flat-out selfish" to hurt someone like that. Amy stays at the table, staring into space while Marcellas confirms to Danielle that he still wants Roddy to be the one to go. Inside, Lisa comforts Amy, who says she expected to be nominated but didn't expect the speech Marcellas made at her expense. Roddy confronts Marcellas about the motivations behind his being nominated. Marcellas responds that it was the will of the House. Roddy asks Danielle, who is sitting nearby, if she felt that way. Danielle says yes, and Roddy asks her why she never came to him with her problems. More to the point, he reminds her that when he asked her if she had any trouble with him, she said no. Mar
Sep 04 2002
HALFWAY HOME After Gerry's departure, Jason says it was "very sad to see the Dad of the family go." Marcellas realizes that he would have been gone early in the game if Gerry hadn't used the Veto Power to save him the first week. Amy is also in shock, but more over the headfake Julie Chen gave when reading the eviction. In the kitchen, the remaining HouseGuests realize they're at the halfway point of the game, and give themselves a round of applause. Roddy says he wanted to win this last HoH Competition to ensure his own safety, but Amy "couldn't be happier" that Marcellas won. She refers to herself as the "First Lady" of the BIG BROTHER House, until Roddy takes her aside and tells her that title makes other people uncomfortable. He indicates that it marks her as a partner to Marcellas, and reminds her of what has befallen BB3's other couples. Inside, Marcellas tells Danielle that Roddy thinks Amy has influence over him, but she doesn't. Marcellas is upset that Amy often "funnels infor
Aug 31 2002
TEACHER GETS EXPELLED 4-0 Gerry opens what could be his last day in the BIG BROTHER House with a quote from Winston Churchill: "You can lose every battle but the last one." He adds that he is aware of the generation gap between himself and the other HouseGuests and is aware that it has affected his performance in the game. Roddy sits with Gerry in the hammock and rehashes the demise of all alliances in the game, from the all-girl and all-guy groups to the couples and the original hot tub alliance. Gerry recalls Roddy's statement that in the game, memories fade, but points out that he remembers that Roddy was a component in almost all the alliances that existed. In the Diary Room, Marcellas says, "perception is everything," while Gerry tells Roddy that the perception is that he's smarter than everyone else in the House. Gerry adds, with no disrespect intended, "You're not." As Marcellas says, though, perception is everything, and Lisa says she thinks that everyone will be going after Ro
Aug 29 2002
After Jason puts up Gerry and Amy, Lisa tells him that she's proud of him for being himself and not following the will of others. Jason tells Lisa that just before Chiara's eviction, he promised her that he would look out for Roddy, and that's why he didn't nominate him. Danielle is not as understanding about his motivations, even after Jason explains that evicting the "wild card" Gerry will take their partnership further in the game. Danielle remains concerned that to avoid being nominated Roddy was just telling Jason anything he wanted to hear, but she admits that Jason did the right thing for himself. Marcellas thinks Jason's decision marks him as "weak" and incapable of making the tough decisions. AMY AND GERRY: WHO'LL GO? Amy says that she's had premonitions of her fate before her previous two nominations, and that she feels good about her chances this time around. She kids Lisa, saying that Gerry the teacher is needed back at home, because school about to go back into session.
Aug 28 2002
JASON SPARES THE ROD-DY Chiara's departure has hit the HouseGuests hard. Amy says she feels like a "horrid home wrecker," but wishes everyone would realize they were playing a game and "not Love Connection." Lisa is upset because Chiara asked her while leaving why Lisa didn't vote for her to stay. Roddy asks Jason to open his bag and see what Chiara left for him: a security blanket she's had since she was a young child. Roddy cries, but says he's "proud to be close enough" to Chiara for her to give him something so important to her. With the rest of the House in a stupor over the eviction, Marcellas tells Danielle and Lisa, commiserating in the Map Room, that Chiara "did dirt" to Lisa, to him, and would have done it to Danielle if she had the chance. Danielle feels confident in Jason as the new HoH, and says she had to try and act calm after he won, even though she was overjoyed. Taking in the perks of power, Jason says he's looking forward to sleeping in a real bed, since he's been us
Aug 24 2002
SAYONARA, CHIARA! Still reeling from their private Sheryl Crow concert, the HouseGuests enter the Storage Room and find personalized autographed T-shirts and copies of Sheryl's latest CD "C'mon, C'mon." Marcellas calls her appearance "the most amazing departure ever" from the game, while Amy marvels at the goodies they received, saying "I'll have friends now, any way I can get them." Roddy tells Chiara that last week he didn't mentally prepare himself to leave the House, but that this week he is getting ready. Chiara promises that if he does go, she won't seek revenge against Amy. In another room, Marcellas, Lisa and Danielle are discussing the fates of Roddy and Chiara, trying to figure out whom they're going to vote for. Marcellas eventually declares that he's going to evict Roddy, because the circumstances of the game dictate his eviction. After deciding to keep Chiara, Marcellas approaches her with a warning not to trust the people who are always "smiling" at her, because those are
Aug 22 2002
BB HOUSE BECOMES CROW'S NEST! Immediately after Josh's 5-0 eviction, Chiara says that she was afraid Roddy was going to be the one sent home when she heard the initial vote count. Roddy agrees, telling the group he was afraid he was the one about to get evicted unanimously, prompting Jason's realization that despite their friendship, Roddy doesn't trust him. While Marcellas was happy that Josh left, he feels "amazingly blessed" to have his good friend Amy back in the House. Lisa says she was happy to see Amy, but feels "selfish and greedy" about voting against bringing Eric back to the game. She says that in light of finding out Chiara voted to evict her, she wouldn't have been able to resume an alliance with Chiara, Roddy and Eric if he returned, and was afraid Eric wouldn't understand why she had changed her mind. Roddy, who quit the last HoH contest right after it began, is having regrets and blames his decision on feeling "nervous and sleepy" from having been nominated. Amy didn't
Aug 21 2002
Despite being conscious of the omnipresent cameras, some of the HouseGuests sometimes forget that they're being filmed 24/7.
Aug 16 2000
A previously evicted houseguest returns.
Aug 15 2002
Josh gives up on the game and immediately begins packing once nominated.
Aug 14 2002
Chiara makes a bold move with her nominations.
Aug 10 2002
The houseguests bowl for HoH.
Aug 08 2002
Jason wins a letter from home and the houseguests discuss what they miss most.
Aug 07 2002
With Gerry as the new HoH some houseguests throw their mates under the bus.
Aug 03 2002
The houseguests debate on who to evict.
Aug 01 2002
Danielle and Jason develop a tight bond and the houseguests play for the PoV.
Jul 31 2002
Josh and Marcellas make peace and the house has mixed reactions to Tonya's eviction.
Jul 27 2002
Some houseguests begin to lose their temper as half the house is forced to eat PB&J.
Jul 25 2002
Danielle wins the PoV.
Jul 24 2002
Marcelllas develops strong disdain for Josh bringing him to nominate Josh for eviction.
Jul 20 2002
After the first eviction of the season a previously nominated houseguest wins HoH.
Jul 18 2002
The PoV is used to save one nominee, and tensions begin to escalate in the house.
Jul 17 2002
The first Power of Veto is played.
Jul 13 2002
HoH Lisa is unsure of who to nominate for eviction.
Jul 11 2002
Twelve new houseguests find their beds and quickly size up their competition.
Jul 10 2002

Season 2

30 Episodes

After reciting a memorable speech, a Big Brother winner is crowned.
Sep 20 2001
The houseguests learn some saddening news and compete for the finale HoH.
Sep 20 2001
The contestants compete for a luxury competition.
Sep 18 2001
Will debates on who he is going to keep in the house.
Sep 06 2001
Nicole continues her negative attitude when the house gets treated to a winter wonderland in the backyard.
Sep 05 2001
The new HoH nominates a powerful twosome.
Sep 04 2001
The nominees make their pleas to stay in the house.
Aug 30 2001
Nicole and Will mend fences, and Bunky tearfully thanks the house for their friendships.
Aug 28 2001
The houseguests get a luxury fast food meal which motivates them in the food competition.
Aug 25 2001
Hardy wins the HoH competition.
Aug 22 2001
Houseguests compete in a luxury competition to see a screening of American Pie 2.
Aug 21 2001
After discussing what they would each do if they won the money, the house votes to evict Krista.
Aug 16 2001
Upon being nominated, Monica packs her bags ready for her game to end.
Aug 14 2001
Nicole plants seeds around the house.
Aug 11 2001
Relationships flip flop in the house, and Kent declares he is ready to go home.
Aug 09 2001
The house agrees to vote Kent out this week but is having a hard time dealing with Bunky's attitude.
Aug 07 2001
The houseguests tearfully watch Mike's goodbye video, and Hardy wins HoH.
Aug 04 2001
Tension rises among the houseguests, and Kent is at the center of it.
Aug 02 2001
Houseguests begin to get a little stir crazy, and Hardy wins a phone call from his grandma.
Jul 31 2001
Kent wins HoH and nominates Mike and Krista.
Jul 28 2001
Shannon solicits votes to be evicted and the houseguests plan a "date" for Will and Shannon.
Jul 26 2001
Houseguests contemplate Hardy's nominations.
Jul 24 2001
Things get shaken up in the house when Hardy wins HoH and nominates Shannon and Will.
Jul 21 2001
The Chill Town alliance contemplates expansion and Shannon's boyfriend weighs in on her showmance with Will from outside of the house.
Jul 19 2001
The houseguests compete for a Texas style BBQ in the luxury competition.
Jul 17 2001
The new HoH nominates two houseguests for eviction.
Jul 14 2001
Two houseguests leave the Big Brother house.
Jul 12 2001
Houseguests compete in the food competition.
Jul 10 2001
Alliances begin to form and the house guests win access to the hot tub.
Jul 07 2001
Twelve contestants compete to win HoH and try to avoid eviction.
Jul 05 2001

Season 1

70 Episodes

The winner of Big Brother is announced.
Sep 29 2000
The remaining House guests bond as their final day in the Big Brother house approaches.
Sep 28 2000
Another member will be banished on this live episode of Big Brother.
Sep 27 2000
Everyone opens up about who they nominated and why.
Sep 26 2000
Josh is having too much fun with the potato clock.
Sep 25 2000
The final nominations, plus an old House guest returns.
Sep 23 2000
Josh tries to hide a secret message from the rest of his roommates.
Sep 22 2000
A message in the sky has the House Guests on edge.
Sep 21 2000
The current House Guests choose a former House Guest to re-enter the Big Brother house.
Sep 20 2000
The House Guests put up for eviction must plead their case to America.
Sep 19 2000
A challenge is issued to the houseguests with the chance to broadcast the weather live for CBS on the line.
Sep 18 2000
On this live edition of Big Brother, the Houseguests give their nominations live for the first time.
Sep 16 2000
Eddie announces his intention to win at all costs.
Sep 15 2000
With the end nearing, Eddie vows to play the game more strategically.
Sep 14 2000
Will the house guests make good on their threat and leave the Big Brother house?
Sep 13 2000
One house guest remains as the lone hold out in a major group decision.
Sep 12 2000
The group decides whether or not to stick together in the face of temptation.
Sep 11 2000
The houseguests participate in a challenge involving an obstacle course and Chiquita the dog.
Sep 09 2000
Jamie wonders if she should have given into temptation, while Eddie absolutely does not.
Sep 08 2000
Everyone has their mind on the suitcase full of money.
Sep 07 2000
With 24 hours left, the House guests are faced with the ultimate temptation.
Sep 06 2000
A woman outside of the house uses a megaphone to inform the Houseguests about a potential danger.
Sep 05 2000
Although he wants him to win the Cash, George is worried about Eddie.
Sep 04 2000
A recap of the past week events.
Sep 02 2000
Everyone deals with Brittany's banishment in their own way.
Sep 01 2000
Eddie struggles on who he should put for nomination.
Aug 31 2000
George's wife organizes to get Brittany out of the house.
Aug 30 2000
Cassandra can't decide if she wants to leave the house or not.
Aug 29 2000
Cassandra tries to help a depressed Brittany deal with the fact that she is nominated.
Aug 28 2000
Some of the Houseguests speculate on who nominated them.
Aug 26 2000
The houseguests are grilled by Big Brother.
Aug 25 2000
Jamie receives a huge surprise for winning the last daily challenge.
Aug 24 2000
Curtis accepts the fact that he's in the Big Brother house and that there's a game to be played.
Aug 22 2000
The road map challenge is finally here, as a come-from-behind win shocks everyone.
Aug 21 2000
Jamie starts to get worried about how the game is changing her.
Aug 18 2000
After learning Josh's true feelings about her, Brittany confronts him.
Aug 17 2000
On this live edition of Big Brother, the houseguests participate in a challenge where they must make a very tough decision.
Aug 16 2000
The second Big Brother roast changes Curtis' and Cassandra's outlook on the game.
Aug 15 2000
Karen's actions during the last nomination ceremony upsets George.
Aug 14 2000
Curtis believes Karen thinks he betrayed her, causing more drama between the two.
Aug 12 2000
Karen tries to find out who nominated her for eviction.
Aug 10 2000
A new twist is added in the game that makes the nomination process more interesting.
Aug 09 2000
Cassandra is disgusted with the random hook ups in the house.
Aug 08 2000
The anti-Karen faction slowly begins to grow.
Aug 07 2000
Jamie and George start to believe Karen is up to no good.
Aug 05 2000
After Jordan is evicted, Brittany shifts her jealousy towards Jamie.
Aug 04 2000
Karen is upset at George after the roast.
Aug 03 2000
Aug 02 2000
Jordan provides details about her past.
Aug 01 2000
Jamie and Cassandra recognize the alliances forming in the house.
Jul 31 2000
At the very last minute, the weekly challenge gets very stressful for everybody.
Jul 29 2000
Although Jordan tries to be strong in the house, she gets really upset by Curtis' criticism of her.
Jul 28 2000
The entire house gets involved in the Josh, Jordan, Brittany love triangle.
Jul 27 2000
Sexual tensions rise and the social dynamic changes in the house.
Jul 26 2000
A love triangle emerges between Brittany, Josh, and Jordan.
Jul 25 2000
Brittany tries to fight the feelings she has for Josh.
Jul 24 2000
After only a few weeks, gossip and rumors take over the house.
Jul 22 2000
Brittany instigates drama by telling Eddie that Jamie might have feelings for him, even though he has a girlfriend.
Jul 21 2000
The first House guest is evicted from the Big Brother House.
Jul 20 2000
William slowly begins to change his ways and bonds with some of the Houseguests.
Jul 18 2000
Cassandra tries to help William change his attitude. Also, Karen and Josh get close.
Jul 17 2000
William brings up race in the Big Brother House, alienating himself in the process.
Jul 15 2000
Pre-nomination jitters cause the house to divide.
Jul 14 2000
The banishment process begins when two people are nominated to go home.
Jul 13 2000
Jordan's comments about Eddie's girlfriend create tension.
Jul 11 2000
After the results are revealed, a debate about who voted for who occurs.
Jul 10 2000
The group opens up about some of their hidden secrets, getting to know each other even more.
Jul 08 2000
George seems to genuinely miss his family; Karen, by contrast, is carrying a lot of negative emotional baggage.
Jul 07 2000
The group sits around the kitchen table, sharing their life stories. Later, the houseguests prepare for their first challenge.
Jul 06 2000
The residents finally arrive in the Big Brother house.
Jul 05 2000