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Big Brother follows a group of people living together in a house outfitted with dozens of high-definition cameras and microphones recording their every move, 24 hours a day. Each week, the Houseguests will vote someone out of the house. At the end, the last remaining Houseguest will receive the grand prize of $500,000.
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  • Power Suit

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    Power Suit

    Whoever thought prison overcrowding was a good idea should get a swift kick to the head.

    Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 2 saw the beginning of new power dynamics between racial groups and explored the issues of introducing more people into the prison population.

    Litchfield has become overstuffed and it's only a matter of time before tensions reach a boiling point.

    Caputo has always been an interesting character because deep down he wants to do right by the women in the prison. However, he tends to let pretty women and authority figures distract him from his first priority, which is making sure the prisoners are safe.

    Introducing new CO's who are more disciplined may help keep people in line, but knowing this show, there are bound to be a few rotten eggs in that basket. Only time will tell to see if Caputo can keep the prison from running off the rails. 

    I'm not too optimistic considering how quickly the differ...
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  • The Team

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    The Team

    On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 Episode 17, the writers recycled a storyline and made another one of Daisy's love interests a traitor.

    Sike. This time Daisy is the traitor, infected by Hive's parasites to do his bidding and use her powers against the team that became her family, framing her boyfriend for the crimes she committed. 

    Worse than that, once she revealed herself inadvertently to Lincoln, she collapsed the base, trapping the team. Again. 

    Am I surprised? No. I suspected it would be Daisy. Hive's smart. Who better to corrupt than the leader of the Inhuman unit, the ones trying to take him down? But not smart enough to call her Daisy instead of Skye, apparently. 

    I wish they would've written that she was infected on the rooftop to explain some of her behavior over the last few episodes.

    She loves being an Inhuman, but she's been forcing it down everyone's throats, insinuating that she's better than everyone.

    I w...
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  • Paradise Lost

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    Paradise Lost

    On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 Episode 16, Malick's unexpected vision of death by Hive leads him to take a trip down memory lane.

    The flashbacks of Malick and his brother as their father died and they became twisted into Hydra's story were interestingly dark.

    I didn't expect to get such a back story from Malick, but what started off tragic, ultimately was not. His father's death, being recruited because of their family ties to the Ancient Inhuman to bring him back, and the betrayal between Malick and his brother.

    Am I surprised? No, not really. Gideon Malick is twisted, as we've seen, so it's no shock that he would betray his brother and get him sent to Maveth as Hive food. The threat from Hive while also having his brother's memories was an interesting concept, too, but I feel it's a little messy.

    Hive remembers everything from everyone he inhabits. He remembers Ward's life, and Malick's brother's, but who is Hive? We saw a "brotherly"...
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  • Spacetime

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    Spacetime

    Daisy gets a deadly glimpse of the team's future from a homeless Inhuman who is of no harm to anyone, but himself, on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 Episode 15.

    Chloe Bennet shines, once again, as Daisy's power mania further separates her from the human aspects of S.H.I.E.L.D. and she learned nothing from their awful, botched mission with the Watchdogs. 

    Daisy still is unable to see that her powers are an advantage, but not one she can, or should, take lightly. The Watchdogs existed because of fear, and her involvement with them did nothing besides prove them right for being afraid.

    She used her powers to scare a member, shattering all of his car windows and basically torturing him, to get what she wanted, which in this case, helped the mission. Though she isn't considering the possible consequences.

    The vision of the future that Daisy saw was focused solely around her involvement in the mission to save the Inhuman, but she stubbornly refu...
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  • Parting Shot

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    Parting Shot

    Bobbi and Hunter are put into a tight situation with no cheeseburgers on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 Episode 13, when they are arrested for the assassination of a politician in Russia. It wasn't even the right one, either! Malick is still alive!

    Malick's attempts to gather Inhumans and establish Hive as their unspoken leader peaked as they visited the sanctuary that Talbot helped establish in the middle of Russia. Hive's absence this episode was bizarre, if he's supposed to only be here until the season finale.

    As Hunter and Bobbi contemplate leaving the agency, they're on the ground in snowy Russia, waiting for the rest of the team to join them. I wish we would've seen a bigger development in their relationship, like we saw in season two. 

    Malick's devotion to Inhumans and Hive to better the world makes me wonder what exactly they have planned for the world. If wiping out humans is the endgame, then Malick and his family will die, too.

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  • Anna Mae

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    Anna Mae

    By this show's standards, that was a pretty subdued finale. 

    Not to say that How to Get Away with Murder Season 2 Episode 15 wasn't strong, because it was, but it moved at a much slower pace then we're used to. It was very character driven, choosing this final episode of the season to bring back the phenomenal Cicely Tyson and show us yet another layer of Annalise Keating. 

    Those expecting a flashy, edge of your seat installment may have been disappointed for the most part, until those final few minutes that is. 

    The past few weeks have given us pretty much equal parts flashbacks and present day drama. And tonight stuck with those two paths, except present day was split between Philadelphia and Memphis. 

    Annalise Anna Mae went home to Memphis to get away from her life and could you really blame her? Annalise has been through hell and back lately (you can debate about how much of it was her own doing another time) and when you feel like you ...
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  • The Inside Man

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    The Inside Man

    Hive is revived as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 Episode 12 begins, showing the moment that Ward's fresh corpse was taken over by this gruesome monster. Part of me wants to complain as a bitter Ward lover, but another cannot complain over the abundance of Brett Dalton on my television.

    The gruesome twosome (Hive and Malick) continue to plot their plan for the "greater good," though it's unknown what that could be. Death to all humans? Death to the world?

    As Hive scorched 5 humans (not Inhumans, they aren't allowed to feed on each other) to regain Grant Ward's illustrious, with no crushed chest, body, I question whether this villain knows wha the greater good even is.

    Back at S.H.I.E.L.D., Coulson and Talbot come together as he is named the new head of the ATCU, replacing Coulson's dead lover, another casualty in the game of love.

    Still rude and intolerant, Talbot's fear of the Inhumans or "aliens" comes to its peak as they attend a worldwide ...
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  • Home Sweet Home

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    Home Sweet Home

    Things are finally starting to come together on You, Me and the Apocalypse Season 1 Episode 6. 

    So far, we've been trying to piece together the mystery that connects all of these random strangers. Why do they all end up in a bunker together at the end of the world? 

    Well, it turns out that they're not random strangers at all. No, it looks like everyone is part of some giant, weird, dysfunctional extended family. 

    We're introduced to the grandmother, who was ordering those two mysterious goons everywhere to collect blood from her family members (because she's suffering from a mysterious disease).

    Her kids are Scotty, Rhonda, and Jude. Jude, we have just learned, is Ariel and Jamie's father. Jamie has a daughter with Layla, and this daughter just might be the second coming.

    Whew, complicated. From all of these revelations, it looks like it's not a coincidence at all that their lives are so intertwined. It's simply the sinister machin...
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  • Premiere A Fresh Start for 16 New Houseguests

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    Premiere  A Fresh Start for 16 New Houseguests Welcome to the first day of summer! I know it technically started on Friday, but for me, summer doesn't begin until Big Brother is on the air. With three episodes a week, plus Big Brother After Dark on TV Guide Network and 24/7 live feeds, Big Brother 15 is going to consume my entire summer and I couldn't be happier about it. It's probably my favorite show, simply because there's so much of it.
    Big Brother 15 is also special because it features 16 all new houseguests. No returning coaches, no dynamic duos from the past, just 16 complete strangers playing the game I adore. Sure, one of them is Rachel Reilly's sister (and even writing that causes me to throw up a little in my mouth), but I'll try and roll with the punches.

    Tonight I'm live-blogging the premiere as the 16 HGs move in and compete in the first HoH competition. Hopefully Julie Chen will also explain to us how the three nomination twist will work and what special power the weekly M...
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  • It's Rachel and the Brigade All Over Again

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    It's Rachel and the Brigade All Over Again Big Brother 12 was the last time the show had a house full of brand new houseguests. It introduced us to Rachel Reilly, the Brigade and a snarky blonde named Britney Haynes.

    Big Brother 15 has Rachel 2.0 (her sister Elissa), the Brigade 2.0 (now called the Moving Company) and Britney 2.0 (Aaryn, except for the fact that Britney was awesome and Aaryn is awful). Either by accident or by design, this is shaping up to be identical to what happened to three years ago.
    In this episode, an alliance is formed, showmances are born, Elissa's connection to Rachel is obvious to everyone, the Have-Nots are chosen and McCrae makes his nominations.

    The MVP Twist

    Everyone starts to freak out over the MVP twist and they wonder who it's gonna be. The problems with this are too numerous to count. Julie Chen's assertion that America will vote for the person they think is playing the best game is a little too optimistic. How do we know they won't ...
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