Topic: big-brother

That Idiot On Big Brother Thinks Racism Is Okay Because People Call Her ‘Barbie’

That Idiot On Big Brother Thinks Racism Is Okay Because People Call Her 'Barbie'

I’ve always been of the opinion that reality television shows are one of the greatest anthropological tools at our disposal in the modern age, but even I was unprepared for some of the gems coming out of the fifteenth season of Big Brother right now. Yesterday we caught you up on the racism controversy that’s swirling around several members of the cast, and now we have an update for you on one of the ringleaders, current housemate Aaryn Gries. More »

Big Brother‘s Getting Pretty Racist This Season — Let Me Catch You Up

Big Brother's Getting Pretty Racist This Season -- Let Me Catch You Up

Move over, Paula Deen, there are some new racists in town! As someone who doesn’t regularly waste my own time…I mean watch Big Brother, I wasn’t aware that there were some pretty huge bigots on it. And in case you also have a job or hobbies or aren’t in college anymore, I figure you might not have been watching either, so let’s catch up on this controversy together, shall we? More »

Poll: Should ‘Big Brother’ Stars Brendon and Rachel Be Allowed to Win a TV Wedding Contest?

Poll: Should 'Big Brother' Stars Brendon and Rachel Be Allowed to Win a TV Wedding Contest?

Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly, a now-engaged couple who met on CBS’ reality show Big Brother, don’t want to let their fame train die yet. They’ve entered Crate & Barrel’s Ultimate Wedding contest, where couples can enter to win the prize of a free paid-for wedding. Both Rachel and Brendon are encouraging their Twitter followers to vote for them. Do you think it’s fair for them to be in a contest when they already have some name recognition? If I were one of the other people in the contest, I’d be really bummed. More »

‘Deadset’ Premieres and 5 Reality Stars As Zombies

'Deadset' Premieres and 5 Reality Stars As Zombies

A long time ago we excitedly told you tales of Deadset, a BBC mockumentary in which the cast of Big Brother was terrorized by unholy flesh-eaters (besides themselves), and were forced to defend the house against a zombie onslaught. Well now the show has jumped the pond to America, and while we’re excited for the week-long mini-series, we can’t help but think of how great it would be if our own reality stars were given the undead treatment. More »