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There are only two episodes left of "Big Brother" Season 15. Come back on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET and Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. ET
While it wasn't shown on the broadcast, GinaMarie hurt herself severely enough to need stitches during that "Super"-competition
Amanda's tirade got personal and even uglier than what was seen on television. Zap2It's Andrea Reiher, who watched a lot
“How hard was it for you to hold your tongue?” she asked him. Howard did what he could to try and win the support of the
As an example, no one could be expected to follow this train of thought: “When it’s, ya know, pick that or whatever, whatnot
While Jeremy was trying to convince everyone he was a nice guy and willing to work with anyone, Aaryn was doing some damage
Is it more responsible for CBS to edit out the contestants' racist and homophobic comments from the primetime broadcast or show the contestants with little to no filter? This question is further muddled when some viewers may take the airing of these epithets as mere entertainment.
It was down to the POV competition. If Jeremy was chosen to play, he could win the Power of Veto, and then there'd be no
One of the campaign's coordinators, Scott Goehring, spoke to The Huffington Post about what he hoped to achieve by starting
Aaryn and GinaMarie's comments about gay, black, Asian and Jewish cast members as well as their frequent use of the word
"No one's gonna vote for whoever that queer puts up." --Aaryn Gries, 22 The "queer" this Texas college student is referring to is 26-year-old Andy Herren. They're both contestants on the 15th season of CBS' Big Brother.
The "Big Brother" live feeds are always streaming, and they've captured some racist and homophobic and comments from the
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