Yes it’s true, we’ve come to the end of another summer and another season of Big Brother. Now the bears will shamble off to hibernate (they’re rooting for Adam), geese will fly south for the winter (they like Rachel’s laugh), and Canadians will make their annual migration to Florida (they like how Porsche brings them drinks).
But first! We’ll have one last summer fling. Wednesday, 9/14, at 9:30 Eastern, 6:30 Pacific.
So I need to talk about Big Brother. Normally midseasonreplacements does pretty exhaustive coverage of the show but as our loyal fan knows, we have pared that down since many of our writers have jobs and/or discovered twitter. I however have been watching this season with keen interest. What started fairly bland has turned into a very entertaining season. Its not season 6 levels of awesomeness ( I still treasure my (old) TVGasm “Save Kaysar” button), but its better than some of their awful years (writers strike season). So lets go though the cast of characters and talk about what is so compelling about this season.
Is anyone else still slightly freaked out by Jordan’s ability to guess “David Hasselhoff” from soap bars and opera glasses? I have come up with a couple theories.
- Jordan is an evil genius, and secretly controls the weather, banking, and the internet. Jeff is actually an animatronic mantoy she created in her lab. He’s still in beta, hence the homophobia bug.
- Jordan is psychic and read the name off the mind of a producer. It was purely an accident, though, as Jordan spends most of her time reading the minds of kittens and puppies.
- David Hasselhoff is compelled to appear when anyone on television says his name.
There will be liveblog right here for Thursday evictions!