Big Brother 7: All-Stars

2006, TV Show

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From First to Worst: An All-Star Reversal

Rob and Amber, it was nice knowing you. Not. Perhaps it’s unseemly to gloat, even when it’s the gloaters who become the goats. But really, how can you resist rejoicing when smug, painfully overexposed reality junkies Rob and Amber are shown the door, coming in last on the mat behind (get this) even the hapless Charla and Mirna, who had the bull’s-eye on them throughout Sunday’s episode of The Amazing Race: All-Stars. (If they’re not ousted next week, it will be another minor miracle.)For those who study things like how reality-show episodes are put together, one might have predicted Romber’s downfall this week, given their interview moment early on when Rob fake-protested that he wasn’t arrogant or cocky, then noted, “I’m not even close to my prime.” Well, certainly not when it comes to spelling, he isn’t.Rob and Amber are unquestionably reality all-stars. I keep expecting one or the other to appear on CBS’ Rock Star this s...  Read Full Article

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From First to Worst: An All-Star Reversal

Rob and Amber, it was nice knowing you. Not. Perhaps it’s unseemly to gloat, even when it’s the gloaters who become the goats. But really, how can you resist rejoicing when smug, painfully overexposed reality junkies Rob and Amber are shown the door, coming in last on the mat behind (get this) even the hapless Charla and Mirna, who had the bull’s-eye on them throughout Sunday’s episode of The Amazing Race: All-Stars. (If they’re not ousted next week, it will be another minor miracle.)For those who study things like how reality-show episodes are put together, one might have predicted Romber’s downfall this week, given their interview moment early on when Rob fake-protested that he wasn’t arrogant or cocky, then noted, “I’m not even close to my prime.” Well, certainly not when it comes to spelling, he isn’t.Rob and Amber are unquestionably reality all-stars. I keep expecting one or the other to appear on CBS’ Rock Star this s... read more

Ratings: Dancing Sure Beats Boogie-ing

Tuesday's two-hour premiere of Dancing with the Stars' third season was watched by an average of 20 million people, a 19 percent bump from the Season 2 bow and the series' third best ratings ever. As such, Dancing handily bested the 8 o'clock hour's House (watched by 15 million, a 19 percent dip from last week's premiere) and the Big Brother 7: All-Stars finale (8.4 mil), then went on to trump Fox's Standoff (9.3 mil) and CBS' "Rock Star: Your Name Here" (7.1 mil) at 9. ABC's Men in Trees, previewing on a special night, was the 10 pm champ (over SVU and NCIS reruns) with a better-than-Boston Legal tally of 12.4 million.UPDATE: On Wednesday at 8 pm, Dancing's audience "Tuckered out" a bit, dipping to 16.1 million, but still bested Bones (8.45 mil) as well as Rock Star and Dateline: To Catch a Predator (each of which drew 7.1 mil). At 9 Dateline proper was the winner with 10.7 million viewers, while Justice came in third ? behind a Criminal Minds repeat ? with 7.5 mil, a significant d... read more

I understand your aversion to ...

Question: I understand your aversion to Big Brother: All-Stars, but have you watched any recent installments? I have been completely amazed by Janelle the past two seasons. She has to be the best competitor Big Brother has seen as far as winning competitions. She has been blessed with a lot of luck, but there is no denying her physical abilities. I also find it interesting that her competitors constantly underestimate her. Both the men and women on the show rarely give her credit and stoop to insulting her as stupid and a whore. The funny thing is that Janelle just keeps winning, and the people who constantly put her down keep going home. I have a lot of respect for how she plays the game. She doesn't try to blend in and "float" from side to side. She puts herself out there and practically paints the bull's-eye on her back by winning the HOH competitions and Power of Veto more times than anyone else has. Answer: As a pure game player (personality aside), what I've seen of Janelle has been ... read more

Big Brother's Veto King Is Dethroned

On Big Brother 6, James Rhine relied on the Power of Veto to save himself from eviction. But after losing a tense veto competition on last week's Big Brother 7: All-Stars, where he and Janelle wrestled over a voodoo doll, he was eliminated from the game. TVGuide.com caught up with James to find out how it was in the house without his girlfriend, Sarah (his secret partner from BB6), and why he turned on the read more

BB 5 Alum Di's Trying on All-Stars

Last Thursday Diane Henry became the third and final alumna of Season 5 to be eliminated from the Big Brother 7: All-Stars house. The 24-year-old had engaged in a "showmance" with winner Drew her first time on the series and landed in third place, but this time she couldn't find people to ally with. TVGuide.com caught up with Diane to ask about the Mr. & Mrs. Smith rumor, Mike Boogie's crush and if she's still angry at read more

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Premiered: July 06, 2006, on CBS
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Premise: Twelve former houseguests, chosen by viewers and producers, vie for the $500,000 first-place prize in the seventh edition of the reality series. Once in the house, they'll compete in challenges and try to avoid eviction as one contestant is eliminated each week.

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