This year's Big Brother contestants are in for an uncomfortable surprise when they see that their Have-Not room is modeled after one of the worst places to try to get a good night's sleep: an airplane.
"When thinking about one of the most universally uncomfortable places to fall asleep, our frustrations flying coach on a commercial jet came to mind," executive producer Allison Grodner told TVGuide.com. "Just the idea of trying to sleep a week in seats that barely recline should be bad enough but you never know there could be some turbulence ahead."
So what exactly does this room, where the week's unlucky and unsuccessful contestants get to spend their time, look like? Check out our exclusive gallery here.