The epic battle fans were anticipating with Willie Hantz’s explosion inside the Big Brother 14 episode truly wasn’t anything nearly as bad as it was hyped up to be. As it was widely reported, Willie, the bro of infamous Survivor villain Russell Hantz, was ejected from the game by producers when he freaked out in the house. After everything I had heard about this big blow up, I was expecting the absolute worst. I thought for sure Willie did something completely crazy, but it wasn’t as horrific as the chatter was leading on. The network didn’t air much of any verbal arguing from Willie, but did showcase him forcefully shoving his chest into chef Joe’s. That violent act is what caused Willie to get the good ol’ boot in the butt from executive producer Allison Grodner. But what caused Willie’s eruption? Where did it all go wrong? Which two houseguests went on a slop date? Read on to find out!
Last week on Big Brother 14, we learned that Willie Hantz was involved in the first fight of the new season, and later, when Frank won the HoH, Willie proved how childish he was once again, as he pouted away. Fans can rejoice now though, because according to the live feeds, Willie’s latest tantrum has gotten him expelled from the house! We’re not kidding, Willie is gone! More after the jump…
The first live eviction slammed the house on tonight’s episode of Big Brother 14. But the real reason most people watch this show is for the fighting. And the house was really blasted with the first verbal battle of the season, which brought up a weird argument about “grown-ass” men eating Froot Loops. It all started because of speculation Britney had confided in Willie that she believes herself and the three other coaches will be welcomed into the game as full-fledged players soon. That idea came when Britney noticed that the coach pictures on the Memory Wall also had keyholes next to them just like all of the new houseguests. She also pointed out the amount of time left and how it doesn’t work out to only have 10 active players eligible for the $500,000 prize after this week. How did the vocal explosion erupt after this and who was evicted from the house? Read on to find out!
Forget the 11 new remaining houseguests. This season is definitely all about the coaches: Dan, Boogie, Britney and Janelle. Tonight’s episode of Big Brother 14 almost swirled entirely around their strategies and gameplay despite the fact they are not (yet) eligible for the $500,000 prize. It’s really sad to watch because the newbies aren’t getting any time to shine. In a season that should be their own, we are forced to watch the four veterans run the show. Instead of Kara speaking for herself, Dan, her coach, did most of the talking for her throughout the episode. All we got from Kara was a bunch of tears as she worried about her nomination for eviction. Ian, on the other hand, proved that his useless talent truly is useless by showing to everybody that he can kick himself repeatedly in the face. Thankfully we have a newbie like Frank. Instead of breaking down and crying or getting pissed and punching Willie for backstabbing him, Frank immediately took to strategy. Read on to find out more!
Ah, and all was quiet in the Big Brother house…not! We know that you’ve all been waiting for it, and guess what? It finally happened! After spending most of the week flip flopping more than a fish out of water over who to send packing, the first big fight of the new season has taken place. We’re pretty sure you won’t surprised by the houseguest involved either. Read on for the juicy details!
Ian Terry is one strange kid. The nerdy reality television fan really showed some strange personality traits on tonight’s episode of Big Brother 14 that it almost seems like he’s never interacted with other human beings before. Stranger yet, he is the first houseguest we’ve seen from this season get naked and run through the house. Not who I was expecting to let it all hang out first. More on his wacky antics later. More importantly, Willie, the Russell Hantz doppelganger, moved into the HoH bedroom where he later told several people that he is in fact Russell’s brother. With that crap aside, who did he nominate for eviction? Read on to find out!
Last week, fans watched the season premiere of CBS‘ Big Brother 14, where Jodi Rollins, in a new twist, was eliminated the very first night. After the show, Jodi shared her thoughts, and revealed that she feels she was booted because she is an “older black woman.” Uh Oh, is she accusing the show or contestants of racism? Read on to find out and hear more of Jodi Rollins’ thoughts about her short time on the show!
Big Brother returned last on CBS with the season 14 premiere, which included a new coach twist. But if that was not enough to shake things up, we were
tortured blessed with yet another member of Russell Hantz‘s family – oh joy! Were you annoyed with last night’s premiere, or do you think it kicked ass? More after the jump!
Just when you thought it was safe to watch reality television again, CBS has ruined things by casting yet another member of Russell Hantz‘s family. Just like we saw last fall with Russell’s nephew, Brandon, on Survivor: South Pacific, we now have to watch his brother, Willie, compete in the Big Brother house. Within moments of moving in, multiple people thought Willie had a haunting resemblance of Russell. Naturally, trying to disconnect himself from the negative concept of the Hantz family name, Willie acted as if he had never even heard of Russell despite the fact he looked, talked and acted exactly like him. Having him in the house is just like having Russell play because we’re going to have to hear his name over and over and over and over and over and over… You get my point. On top of this silly idea to have a Hantz in the house, CBS also decided to inflict the “expected the unexpected” motto with a twist involving four coaches made up of previous contestants. Who returned to the house and what exactly is their role? Read on to find out!
If you’re like us and keeping score in the on-going battle between ABC and CBS, ABC has definitely wracked up some major points this week. By strategically moving the season finale of The Bachelorette to Sunday, July 22nd, instead of its usual Monday night time slot, the network has practically forced CBS to make some pretty big programming changes as well. All the details after the jump!