My Younger Brother -
This is the
Block Party and I am bored no more! This week, "Big
Brother 8" debuts and we have a scenario where something
all of us railed about is coming to full bore.
According to Variety, half the cast is under 25, one is
under 21 and three work in a bar. The Variety article
also shows the pictures of the housemates. And yes, they
are all attractive. Most of them are white. And none of
them look like they missed a head shot, modeling gig or
health club workout in their lives.
So what happened here...CBS in a obvious boost after the
crappy All-Star edition of last summer wants to inject
some life here. They want hot people and the tension is
going to be high with "frenemies" (friends/enemies)
moving in as well.
Now this is the perfect example of stunt casting. Big
Brother/Endemol/CBS is known for casting the pretty
people on the show. But the 24 hour feeds have nothing
to do with whats happening this year.
Showtime Networks is showing "Big Brother: After Dark".
It will feature a live, unedited feed from the "Big
Brother" house, three hours a night (midnight till 3 am
ET/PT) on ShoToo, Showtime's widely available companion
This could be fun. If they allow everything...I want to
see it all...sex drugs and rock and roll baby! I want
nekkid body parts and hot monkey love. If they give us
something we want to see...then all the better.
Because honestly, I am not a fan of Big Brother. But if
they can make this a true voyeurs paradise, then more
power to you.
And yeah, I hope they improve the gameplay too.
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