BB Twitter initially confused him for another Kyle Moore who’s from New Brunswick and has a mental health pod cast. Definitely more my type...He can dominate comps and dominate me if he likes.
Surprisingly, BB2 lived up to the hype for me. I’d rate it as one of my very favourite seasons of any version I’ve seen. The gameplay, contestants and the near perfect way it all played out made for some incredibly satisfying viewing. Really enjoyed it.Disappointing outcome for sure... Although I do think it’s one of the better BBCAN series.
I rewatched BB1-3 last year but just couldn't bring myself t watch BB4. It's OK, but to be honest the international casting is about all it has going for it.I’ve just finished BB4 though - and man, what a struggle that season was to get through... and such an infuriating and disappointing ending.
The revelations about Ethan went a little beyond simple immaturity. The response from his supporters gives a pretty decent indication that not much of anything had changed.As for Ethan - right call to replace him, although school kids need to be allowed to make mistakes without having them dragged up years later.
Product placement is one thing but BBCAN takes things to an extreme. I have no idea why they slap a sponsor on everything imaginable.House pics now up:
As expected the main part is just an update of last year and nicely done IMO. The two main bedrooms are revamped as part of the team twist, but somewhat carry on the theme of last year. The Expedia Room is back, whilst the nomination room is now sponsored by a Canadian lottery company and the Have Not room is a ball pit. The HoH room is unchanged - the one room they really did need to change IMO as last years design is rather uninspiring.
Insight are terrible with product placement/sponsorships. If you’ve watched anything else they’ve produced it’s clear they’ll do anything and accept anything for sponsorship dollars.Money I guess. US TV gets alot of flack for product placement but it really is quite subtle, or at least appropriate, compared to many countries. It is slapped all over Big Brother Brasil as well, but the worst seems to be India - not so much for product placement but the graphics and adverts constantly appearing on the screen as if you were visiting a website with no adblocker!