Big Brother house
Ever since the jaw-dropping finale of "Big Brother Canada" Season 1, fans of the genre have been salivating for the sophomore
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.
This week, one houseguest left and another one returned. That's the circle of life in the Big Brother Canada house, which sees more twists than the collective film works of M. Night Shyamalan.
It's certainly been a tumultuous couple of weeks in the inaugural Big Brother Canada 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.
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.
Anyone who's become mildly obsessed with the guilty pleasure that is Big Brother Canada knows that being a fan of the show comes with certain risks, none of which is more annoying than how easy it is to hear spoilers week in and week out.
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.
Last Thursday I had the opportunity to attend the taping of a "Big Brother Canada" elimination episode. I ventured out into