Big Brother 12

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Big Brother 12 Episode Recap: Eviction No. 5

Julie Chen

On this episode of Big Brother 12, an eviction split up a showmance for the second week in a row. With lovebirds Brendon and Rachel facing elimination, Brendon continues to attack the other houseguests in hopes of sacrificing himself to keep Rachel in the game. Plus: Ragan the Saboteur carries out his next act of paranoia-spreading sabotage. So, who was evicted? And who is the next head of household? Let's find out.... read more

Big Brother 12 Episode Recap: Power of Veto Competition/Ceremony 5

Brendon and Rachel, Big Brother 12

In this episode of Big Brother, Season 11 fan favorites Jeff and Jordan return to host a crucial power of veto competition that could put the final nail in the coffin of this season's first (and most nauseating) alliance, Brendon and Rachel. As such, there is plenty of drama and tears to go around. Meanwhile, Saboteaur Ragan takes on his first assignment from America, and — shocker! — it also relates to Brendon and Rachel. So, did "Brenchel" find a way to escape certain doom? And what innocent bystander finally got pulled into a catfight? Let's find out... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010

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The Brigade (Matt, Lane, Enzo, Hayden) is back in power now that Matt is Head of Household and also possesses the Diamond Power of Veto, which guarantees his safety for the next two weeks and allows him to change the nominations if he so desires. As for tonight, the Brendon-Rachel alliance looks to be history as Day 41 is marked in the books.

Read on for previews of So You Think You Can Dance, American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior, Boston Med, Project Runway, BBQ Pitmasters and the PGA Championship. read more

Big Brother's Kristen "Really Torn" Over Showmance

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Big Brother's Kristen Bitting, the 24-year-old boutique manager from Philadelphia, saw her short-lived showmance with Hayden come to an end on Thursday and she was the fourth houseguest evicted this season. TV Guide Magazine caught up with Kristen as she described life in the house with Rachel, having to wear the hippy-tard and choosing between the two men in her life.

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Big Brother 12 Episode Recap: Eviction No. 4

On this episode of Big Brother, Kristen goes on the offensive to try to sway enough votes to stay in the house. In the process, she almost outs The Brigade's secret alliance. Meanwhile, back home, Hayden's family and Kristen's friends (including her boyfriend of two months) weigh in on the couple's showmance. Plus: Julie Chen reveals who may be the next Saboteur and teases that the new Head of Household will be the most powerful of the summer. So, what went down and who was sent packing? Let's find out.

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Big Brother 12: How's the New Saboteur Going to Work?

Big Brother 12

When the Big Brother 12 houseguests unknowingly evicted the Saboteur in Week 1, CBS' big twist of the summer seemed dead in the water. But as Julie Chen informed viewers Thursday night, the in-house shenanigans may not be over.

So just how will the re-introduction of the Saboteur work? During a behind-the-scenes tour of the Big Brother house Saturday, executive producers Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan gave reporters the scoop on how the show plans to to make it happen, how it's related to the return of the "Pandora's Box" twist, and how the new Saboteur will be different from the original... read more

Big Brother 12 Episode Discussion Power of Veto Competition/Ceremony 3

On this episode of Big Brother 12, nominees Andrew and Kathy competed for the power of veto for the chance to save themselves. Meanwhile, the house plotted to back-door Brendon or Rachel, but their plans were complicated by both of them being chosen to also compete in the veto challenge.

Hi guys, I am in Los Angeles this week for the Television Critics Association press tour. The good news: I am taking a tour of the Big Brother house tour while I am here. The bad news: I am unable to post a full recap of last night's events. (I am desperately trying to find a way to recap Thursday's eviction show. Stay tuned.)  In the meantime, use the space below to discuss the veto competition and who you think will be going home.

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Big Brother 12 Episode Recap: Eviction 2

Another Thursday night, another eviction, and despite the evening's predictable outcome, there were some serious fireworks. The entire house was informed of one player's duplicity, and a "secret showmance" was busted. So, who got evicted? And who will be the next head of household? Let's find out.

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Big Brother 12 Episode Recap: Power of Veto Competition/Ceremony 2

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.

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CBS Orders Daytime Talk Show to Replace As the World Turns

Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen

A new daytime talk show co-hosted by former Roseanne co-star Sara Gilbert will replace departing longtime soap opera As the World Turns later this year, CBS announced Wednesday.

The show, which aims to examine current issues through the eyes of mothers, also features America's Got Talent judge Sharon Osbourne, Big Brother host Julie Chen, actresses Holly Robinson Peete (runner-up on the most recent Celebrity Apprentice) and Leah Remini (of The King of Queens) and Broadway star Marissa Jaret Winokur as panelists.

Yet another CBS show for Julie Chen?

In announcing the move, Barbara Bloom, CBS' senior vice president of daytime, said daytime is "evolving" with... read more

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Premise: Strangers living together in a camera-filled house attempt to win $500,000 by being the last one standing after three months of confinement in the 12th version of the reality series.


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