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Season 2 was superb. Unpredictable, full of excellent casting and even better challenges, I can't wait to see how the show continues to improve with Season 3, if Slice/Shaw opts to renew it. They should.
After tonight's rather predictable outcome, we're down to the Final Four. Who's going to take the ultimate crown on next week's finale?
Despite the predictability of Thursday night's eviction, it was still an enjoyable episode. As we creep closer to the finale, we get up close and personal with each of the remaining houseguests.
"Given the chance to actually compete, I would crush them." Except, Arlie, your "epic" gameplay claims are full of hot air -- much like Neda's nearly-deflated balloon she created in your image.
Double your eviction, double your fun! Well, that's the case for the six-pack 'Sloppy Seconds' alliance spearheaded by Neda and Jon, who get exactly what they want.
The First Five's "reign" of terror on 'Big Brother Canada' is finally over, thanks to Canada's nominations. It's hard to top last week's paper shredder eviction episode masterpiece, but drama and endless histrionics make for another solid bow.
**NOTE: This recap contains spoilers. Please do not read on unless you want to find out what happened on "Big Brother Canada
More than three weeks in, and the game is finally on. We're sure to see some power shifts soon, though hopefully without Canada's influence (ahem, Season 1).
This episode marked a noticeable, and necessary, storytelling improvement on last week's stuffed, uneven editing melee.
Who knew an episode of "Big Brother Canada" that featured an 11-0 unanimous vote and closed with several shots of bobbleheads modeled by the contestants' likeness would be so ... underwhelming?