The interviews. The rehearsals. Backstage segments. Countless recaps. The biographies. Celebrity special appearances. Product placement. The judges. The scores. The voting. The ridiculously long commercials. And worst of all, the elongated elimination segments that attempt to build tension and suspense.
With only three ladies left, it's the much anticipated exotic location/sex date episode. We rejoin Jake and the ladies on the tail-end of their "powerful journey" in the beautiful island of St. Lucia.
Jake wonders how Ali is doing. Luckily, we're about to find out. For one, she's not at work (which is what she left the show for).
Jake is breaking hearts, burning roses and taking names.
Chris Harrison informs the 9 remaining women that they'll be leaving the mansion *dramatic pause* forever... on a road trip (woohooo). There will be one individual date, one 2 on 1 date and a group date.
Jake's first one-on-one date is with the much detested Vienna.
The Bachelor has always been synonymous with cheese but the latest episode took it to a whole new level.
After the first live eviction, Casey observes that it should have been 6-4 to keep Braden. Michele also realizes that someone was lying to her and that Chima would realize that she had voted against her. Chima, Lydia, and the other aligned with the athletes celebrate and Chima says she'll never volunteer as a pawn again. Ronnie can hardly breathe and plans to blame Michele for the vote.
I apologize guys and girls – I was so excited about the first live evictions that I forgot to do my recap! So, I won't be as detailed in this one as in past recaps, since you all likely have heard by now. Instead, I'll give you some opinions and some hints from the live feeds.
So, you know how Big Brother live evictions go.
After the nominations have gone up Chima hopes that volunteering as a pawn doesn't come back to bite her in the ass. Laura feels like she's dodged a bullet.
When the show ended on Thursday, Jesse was just walking in the house and screams could be heard from the other houseguests.
The Big Brother 11 season opener starts off with the usual introduction. With 52 cameras and 80 microphones in the house we know just how much they can catch! This year's Big Brother goes along the High School Cliques theme and Julie tells us that everyone will be divided into 4 groups: the Athletes, the Brains, the Populars, and the Off-Beats.