Big Brother, Monet, Britney
This episode of Big Brother was full of tears. Monet and Britney sobbed over being nominated by Rachel, while Rachel sobbed to Brendon (who we've already seen get emotional a couple times this season) about not being liked by the rest of the house. Meanwhile, Matt showed some fake emotion as he lied to his fellow houseguests about his wife having a rare leg disease. And me? I just cried from laughing at Monet's shoddy math skills. (Sorry, sweetie, but 60 times 60 doesn't equal 1,200). But, by the end of the hour a veto was won and the nominations were changed. So, what went down? Let's find out.
Jorja Fox, CSI
Jorga Fox will return to CSI for Season 11, a show rep confirms.
The 42-year-old actress, who plays Sara Sidle, has signed on to return alongside...
Annie, Big Brother 12
Little did the Big Brother 12 houseguests know that when they were eliminating the first contestant of the summer, they were also ridding themselves of the pesky Saboteur! TV Guide Magazine caught up via email with Annie Whittington, the 27-year-old bartender from Tampa, Fla., who, despite her eviction, is still being sequestered from the outside world. Does this mean the saboteur — or another banished houseguest — could return to the game later this season? Annie dishes about her questionable strategy and acts of sabotage she wishes she had performed. Plus: See which roommate she describes as "pathetic" ...
Aaron Douglas, The Bridge
There's a new cop show on the TV lineup. The Canadian drama The Bridge (Saturday, 8/7c, CBS) premiered July 10 and introduced viewers to Frank Leo, a dedicated beat officer who is fed up with the corrupt police brass. He takes action by getting elected union leader, making him some powerful new enemies who have already proven they'll go to great lengths to bring him down.
But it's nothing Frank can't handle, according to the guy who plays him: Aaron Douglas, who likens the character to Tony Soprano...
Brendon and Rachel, Big Brother 12
To all those reality bashers who go on about "oh, it's so edited, blah blah wah," go watch some of Showtime 2's uncut, unedited live feed from the Big Brother house and then we'll talk. Because, for real, this thing is boring. Thursday night's three-hour edition of Big Brother After Dark felt like three seasons, and still, nothing happened...
Julie Chen is in the house, which can only mean one thing: It's eviction night. But first, there's some important business to attend to, as Julie promises to reveal the Big Brother Saboteur. But are the two developments related? Who's going home? And who is the new head of household? Let's find out...