Tonight, “Big Brother” said a fond farewell to a bit character in Frank Eudy — it’s understandable if you loved him or hated him, but either way the show is going to be without a big pot-stirrer moving forward.
For this article, we’re answering a different question: Who is the new Head of Household? What we liked about the competition tonight was that it has no real time limit, and everyone has a chance to practice as many times as they want scoring with a yellow ball before using a red ball that will actually count. Basically, the person with the highest score at the end is the winner. Nobody really has an inherent advantage in this, and that’s what makes it interesting. Anyone can win! We’ll have the announcement of the winner shortly, since we’re not expecting this to be akin to any sort of endurance competition.
7:05 Big Brother time – Still waiting on feeds…
7:10 – To make matters worse, CBS’ site is crashing since there are too many people trying to get on them. Shouldn’t CBS have figured this out before the season?
7:19 – We’re starting to think this will not be on feeds, and that is incredibly frustrating since that was one of the real appeals of paying for feeds. What’s the harm of showing us this? Why are we becoming like “Big Brother Canada” in this regard?
7:45 – We wish we had something more. Heck, we create these articles in anticipation of CBS giving us feeds, since that used to be the way that they did things.
8:30 – We have our new Head of Household … and it’s Paul. Yep, this is going to be interesting.
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