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Big Brother contestants

The first month of Big Brother Canada 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.
Like the majestic oceans around the world, there is an ebb and flow that occurs in a typical season of Big Brother. 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 Big Brother Canada is one of the rare instances where things broke a bit differently.
A reality TV show like Big Brother Canada isn't exactly known for its stylish houseguests, but the show has grown in such
Three weeks into an exceptional maiden season, the powers that be behind Big Brother Canada decided to fix something that wasn't broken. Instead of a normal live eviction, Big Brother introduced a "Power Shift" to the audience, which allowed Canada to vote to take somebody off the block.
After two weeks of Big Brother Canada 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.