WOW! After ten weeks, <em>Big Brother Canada</em> ends not with a bang or a whimper but a collective gasp of "WTF?" On a night which should have culminated with Gary screeching through a storm of glitter and confetti, we instead were left with one of reality TV's most bizarre moments.
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To this point, the story of Big Brother Canada has been the story of Jillian and Emmett cutting through the competition like a hot knife through slop. A great deal of credit needs to be given to this Big Brother power couple for such a dominant game.
04/26/2013 06:26 EDT
This week, one houseguest left and another one returned. That's the circle of life in the <em>Big Brother Canada</em> house, which sees more twists than the collective film works of M. Night Shyamalan.
04/19/2013 10:49 EDT
For the umpteenth time this season, <em>Big Brother Canada</em> introduced a new twist in to the game this week. After this next twist on <em>Big Brother Canada</em>, in all likelihood, the power will not have shifted nearly as much as our attention.
04/12/2013 10:20 EDT
It's certainly been a tumultuous couple of weeks in the inaugural <em>Big Brother Canada</em> season. One by one, all of the pairs in the house have been targeted and broken up with two notable exceptions: Emmett and Jillian and Alec and Peter.
04/05/2013 10:06 EDT
Sunday night's show opened with host Arisa Cox promising an episode of <em>Big Brother Canada</em> unlike any other ... and she wasn't kidding. In this case, the long-term negative vastly outweighed the short-term gain of the "instant eviction".
04/02/2013 12:27 EDT
The first month of <em>Big Brother Canada</em> has been every bit as good as its American counterpart ... that is, up until this week. Don't get me wrong, there were a couple of high points, but when I'm watching three hours of any given television show, I expect something to actually happen.
03/29/2013 10:38 EDT
Like the majestic oceans around the world, there is an ebb and flow that occurs in a typical season of <em>Big Brother</em>. Each season, it usually doesn't take long for the house to split into two separate factions with a few stragglers floating along in the middle. However, this first season of <em>Big Brother Canada</em> is one of the rare instances where things broke a bit differently.
03/22/2013 08:41 EDT
Three weeks into an exceptional maiden season, the powers that be behind <em>Big Brother Canada</em> decided to fix something that wasn't broken. Instead of a normal live eviction, <em>Big Brother</em> introduced a "Power Shift" to the audience, which allowed Canada to vote to take somebody off the block.
03/15/2013 09:49 EDT
After two weeks of <em>Big Brother Canada</em> we're starting to see a much clearer picture of what the rest of the season is going to look like. In addition to discovering that Canadians have a national preoccupation with protein powder and glitter, I'm learning that there seems to be a great deal of societal pressure to be part of a couple as soon as humanly possible.
03/08/2013 10:42 EST
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