Tonight’s episode of Big Brother 14 started where it left off last Thursday night — on the heels of the worst episode in the show’s history. I don’t need to reiterate the unfair nature of the game at this point. I did that enough in the last recap when the four coaches entered the game after CBS shamefully allowed them to have a full month of complete safety. Let’s just get straight to tonight when the show made its return with the 12 contestants battling it out in an endurance competition with hopes of winning Head of Household. The contest lasted several hours, but who walked away with the HoH key around their neck? And who landed at the end of a broken promise?
Big Brother 14 was back last night with one of the worst episodes to date, as they canceled the eviction and left us hanging on the endurance challenge. Luckily, we’ve watched the live feeds, and know exactly who won the endurance challenge, and the HoH. Think you know who won? Read on to find out if you’re right!
What I think is the worst twist in Big Brother history just got a whole lot worse. As we’ve been expecting for weeks in a game that’s supposed to unleash the unexpected, the four coaches in the house entered the game as full players. That non-jaw-dropping twist means America’s vote shows that viewers think it’s fair for these veterans to compete for the top $500,000 prize after a month of 100 percent safety. What a joke. I think America should have had the option to vote all four judges out instead of in. That would have rid us of this absolutely ridiculous twist that has made the show so undesirably unfair it’s hard to believe. Expect the unexpected? Nah. We all saw this one coming from a mile away. But there were more twists tied to this vote, which we didn’t know about until host Julie Chen announced them near the end of the episode. Read on to find out everything that happened in this dreadful episode in what I think is the worst season ever!
Oh, how things change inside the Big Brother 14 house. Tonight’s episode kicked off with Shane saying his goal for the week is to eliminate one of Janelle’s players. That’s the sole reason he offered for nominating both Joe and Ashley for eviction. But by the end of the hour, Shane’s strategy changed and a new schemed hatched as Janelle’s players were no longer the main target. Instead, Shane, the egotistical Head of Household, went the Willie Hantz route and turned on Frank after offering up his word. How did it all lead up to that moment? Who won the Power of Veto? Read on to find out!
Last week on Big Brother 14, fans watched as two contestants were eliminated, well, sort of. First up, Willie Hantz was expelled from the game after he took his antics to a physical level, and later in the week, JoJo Spatafora was evicted. After her departure, JoJo shared her thoughts on the show, including why she hated the coach twist! Read on for more…
There’s been a lot of twists and turns lately on Big Brother, and from the looks of it, both the contestants and the audience are pretty exasperated about constantly being thrown for a loop. Will the Big Brother format ever return to the usual setup? Keep reading for all the highlight’s from tonight’s episode!
Yesterday we learned that Willie Hantz, who was recently expelled from the Big Brother house, was arrested for drunk driving. Later, Willie took to Twitter and spoke to the media to defend himself, but what did he have to say about the incident? Read on to find out!
And the Willie Hantz crazed antics continue…earlier this week, Willie Hantz was expelled from the Big Brother house after a verbal dispute turned physical, and he’s at it again. Just days after leaving the house, Willie was arrested for drunk driving, and of course, fighting! You won’t believe how he behaved- or what his brother, Russell Hantz had to say about it…okay, maybe you will. Get the scoop after the jump!
The lame coach’s twist took a very expected, highly anticipated turn on tonight’s episode of Big Brother 14. It came at the very end of the episode as host Julie Chen announced that the four veterans may enter the game as regular players for the $500,000 prize. Shocking? Not one bit. More on that later. But first, we have an eviction to handle between Danielle or JoJo. Who did the contestants send packing this week? Read on to find out!
Even with Willie Hantz out of the game, CBS just can’t seem to let us forget him. His name swirled throughout the entire episode as his former team members and coach felt screwed since they were associated with his nastiness. And since Sunday night’s episode of Big Brother 14 was filled with Britney’s constant berating of Willie until he snapped, Frank’s nominations were never revealed. So to keep things on pace, we finally got to see who his targets for the week are. But that’s not all, it was BB on fast forward because the Power of Veto competition and subsequent ceremony were also held. So who was nominated for eviction, who won the PoV and did they use it? Read on to find out!