After another season of lies, backstabbing -- and, this year, rampant bigotry -- Big Brother has crowned a new winner.
As Wednesday's 90-minute finale begins, Andy, GinaMarie and Spencer are each in the hunt for the $500,000 grand prize. Although the three remaining houseguests are members of ...
If you thought the banter among the Big Brother houseguests couldn't get any worse this season ... think again.
Contestant Spencer Clawson is under investigation by his hometown police department after he went on an eye-popping tangent about child pornography this week. It's pretty clear that Clawson intended the comments as a joke — he had grabbed the microphone of fellow contestant McCrae and was pretending to be McCrae — but authorities were apparently not amused.
After initially ignoring the controversy generated by some Big Brother contestants' racist and homophobic comments on the show's 24-hour webcam feed, CBS is now taking further steps to distance itself from the contestants.
The network ran a "worst-of" reel featuring the offensive remarks on the July 7 episode, and this week's show featured a viewer discretion disclaimer at the start of the hour.
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13. Worst Parody: Thanks to MTV, getting Catfish-ed is all the rage. So when Betty White reunites with her Mary Tyler Moore Show co-star Ed Asner on her prank show Off Their Rockers, they poke fun at the downfalls of online dating. But the parody goes quickly from "aw" to "ew" when Asner and White realize that neither is who they said they were online. What should they do next? "I don't know," Asner says, "but my little blue pill is starting to...
Three Big Brother 15 contestants have been chastised and/or fired by their employers after making offensive comments while being filmed for the show — and CBS devoted a segment during Sunday's episode to showing the remarks on air.