The Big Brother 20 season is coming to an end and the Big Brothers are sick of you only getting a short Jury Roundtable segment on Finale night so wanted to give you their own version hosted by “Power of” Vito Calise with Guests Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) and Enzo Palumbo (Big Brother 12). Both of them were the 3rd place finishers of their season so they never got to be a part of a Jury Roundtable themselves, this is their chance.
Topics Discussed on the Round Table Were:
Who do we think is going to win?
Who has the strongest case?
What is everyone’s case to win the game?
What was the biggest moment of the season?
What points does everyone need to hit in their speech to the Jury?
Enzo and Adam give last Jury experience
Did anyone deserve to be here more?
Lets talk JC possibilities and how that would change the game
Where does this rank in Final 2s in Big Brother history.
Could Angela’s exit interview prove that Tyler’s game is fucked
Was the biggest moment in the game done by someone in the final?
What jury member will be the most bitter?
Will FOUTTE/The Hive go through with Voting Pact?
Will any L6 Jury Members be able to sway Hive/Foutte
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The Big Brothers are here to guide you through season 20 and here we are all the way out Final 3! Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) couldn’t be in studio today but called in to give predictions on what Final 2 will be and how this game will end.
The guest for today isn’t a former houseguest or affiliate of the show, it is actually a friend of Haleigh’s from back home named Bethany. Bethany was glad to call in and give her take on the game watching her friend compete and what shocked her the most about seeing her friend on TV. She also gives some insight on Haleigh’s past relationships and if Fessy was a surprise choice for Haleigh in this game.
Other Topics on Today’s Big Brothers
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The Big Brothers are back in studio together this week with “Power of” Vito, Chris Stanley and Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) all talking about this week on the feeds and online. This week was everyone’s favorite week in the Big Brother house … Double Eviction. Here’s what the Big Brothers discuss this week.
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On this week’s episode of Big Brothers, Chris Stanley and Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) could not make it in to the studio but “Power of” Vito was here to wrangle them in by cell phones and get their take on the week. Here’s what the Big Brothers talk about on this weeks show:
The Tyler HoH conspiracy drama. Should he have been Disqualified? Is he Grodner/Production’s pet? Is the game being rigged in his favor?
Is Brett right saying the best game move for him could be serving her to the jury house since they hate her so much? Or should he be focusing on taking her to Final 2 as an easy win?
Why does Tyler want to keep Tyler so badly? Especially over Angela. We go into detail on JC’s game and how he’s doing better than we’ve given him credit for thus far.
Kaycee coming out swinging this week and proving what we talked about a few weeks ago, she had a plan to lay low and then play hard in the second half. Who else said they were going to do this? How did Sam possibly expose Kaycee’s game plan to the house?
Scottie’s speech and manic behavior with Julie. Is Scottie too bitter a jury member? Is he in the right or wrong with his anger towards Tyler? Was his speech crossing a line? Find out what was censored on the live show in this episode.
Tyler’s game right now: Should he have just been honest with Scottie and everyone else going forward? Is he throwing his game away right now by not owning up to everything and sending Jury members home angry? They keep using this “Coward” word and that’s not what he needs in a final vote
“Power of” Vito’s conspiracy on D-List celebs trying to get cast on Celebrity Big Brother
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No Chris on this weeks Big Brothers, Power of Vito and Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) had some intense conversations on the following subjects, listen to the episode to get these answers and more:
Was it dumb for Angela to put up Fessy and Hay? Would it have been better for her to put up Sam or JC since they aren’t in a position to help them stay safe while Fessy and Hay have been very loyal to their side?
Did Fessy effectively get into JCs Head by saying he’s next on the chopping block and was it a plan or just some dumb Fessy luck
While Tyler’s biggest downfall be everyone talking in jury about their F2 with him? Is he really in the best spot in the house or does Brett have a leg up on him since he’s pretty much-going unnoticed by anyone and not thought to be in any sort of alliance.
How do we feel about pipe bomb eviction pleas? Fessy had one on his way out, is he just bitter and ruining people’s game as his game is over?
Seeing an entire alliance compete against each other
Kaitlyn’s effect on the game, how her one decision has changed the entire outcome of the game thus far.
Our issues with how the Battleback was handled. There’s a pretty obvious way they could have handled it and given us an amazing moment.
A recap of the endurance HoH competition that went down late night on the feeds. Why it was one of the best we’ve seen in a long time and how although Hayleigh didn’t win, she put up an amazing fight with the odds stacked against her.
Adam’s former houseguest perspective on
· Why doesn’t anyone hang out in the living room?
· When did players start looking to the camera after lying to people’s face?
· Reddit/Twitter have been begging for the HoH eviction night interview to return. Adam answers a theory people have on Rachel Reilly being the reason those don’t happen anymore.
We also thought it was the perfect time to bring back Johnny Tremmel for a phone call since he cast Hayleigh on the show and let him defend her and give his perspective on how she did in the game vs some other people he’s cast on the show.
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This week on Big Brothers the guys have an incredible special guest via phone … MATT HOFFMAN from Big Brother 12! @HeadOfHoffhold
What The Big Brothers Cover This Week:
Tyler not hiding his zingbot fandom was. Where is his Zing Family?!
Did Zingbot blow up Angela’s game in some ways? Are the Zings getting too mean?
Who is Tyler’s best chance of winning against? Is it Kaycee?
Who is playing the better game? JC or Tyler: They’re pretty similar styles.
Brett is changing his Goodbye Message style but is it for the right reason?
What are the top F2 Odds right now?
Is there a Tyler/Angela showmance happening?
Is FOUTTE/The Hive the worst alliance of all time? Adam gives his own choice.
The HoH Comp last night was a total disaster. Find out why in the episode.
Jury Battle back Predictions: Who is coming back? What drama are they bringing with them.
The Big Brother Kitchen fire this week. Didn’t Adam do this 7 years ago?
What will Angela do as HoH? Who will she put up? Did she want this?
If Fessy goes up against Heyleigh and wins Veto, is he using it to take her down or save himself?
We discuss another week of Adam’s rankings on BigBrotherNetwork.Com
Our Guest: Matt Hoffman – Big Brother 12
Won DIAMIOND Power of Veto, evicted Kathy
Won 2 HoH Comps
Member of the famous “Brigade” Alliance
He was nicknamed “The Brains”
We talk to Adam about
-The Brigade’s game plan
-Making what’s considered one of the worst moves of all time
-Trusting people in an alliance formed early
-Tyler not being the typical super fan
-Who is playing the best game right now
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This “Big Brothers” are here again for another week of guiding you through the most exciting season of Big Brother in YEARS. “Power of” Vito Calise started things off by asking if everyone else thought this was the weakest week so far but Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) was quick to defend it although Chris Stanley agreed he could have used a few more meltdowns.
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The Topics The Big Brothers Discusses This Week Are:
Where does everyone stand on the Hacker Twist? Is it too much power?
Could Brett have made a better game move this week by voting out Kaycee over Rockstar?
Brett’s game is good, but is it short-term thinking?
Tyler’s amazing goodbye message strategy and can Brett being an arrogant prick in his messages somehow help him? Can Tyler keep this up all the way to the end?
Rockstar being the disastrous plater she is: giving Tyler the PoV answer, choosing the wrong final answer, telling Kaycee she was going home and her weak eviction plea.
Where does Rockstar’s game measure up in the world of worst Big Brother moves?
Sam’s mid-game meltdown
Scottie and Hayleigh just NOW figuring out there are two sides
Adam gives his OTEV take as a former winner of the competition. Can you hide answer pieces during competitions?
Adam tells us how dirty the Big Brother house can get and we discuss past instances of how bad the house has gotten.
Adam tells us about how houseguests use different tactics to study days in the house
Where do we stand on JC’s game? Is he playing a great game? Where will he end up in the final standings? Will he control Fessy this week?
Fessy DOMINATES the slip n slide competition but was it easier than usual?
Julie’s eviction interviews this season
So to make up for not doing an episode this week, we did double the time. Chris and Vito were in Montreal and somehow could not access the show at all through the CBS app in a different country. “I’m” Chris Stanley got really sick the night before the podcast and couldn’t make it in so Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) and “Power of” Vito did it on their own.
All season the guys have been starting the show saying “this is the best episode yet” and it continues again this week. It’s no BS, the show is just the best its been in years. The cast wants to play the game and nobody is out here playing for second place or even worse, playing for Jury. Adam gives some great Houseguest perspective on this one, about if he ever dealt with HoHitis, getting to do a storage room celebration, how as a houseguest you figure out what’s probably getting on the show and what ends up getting left on the cutting room floor and being in the house when Lawon thought he had “superpowers”. We catch you up on the current house drama and where we think the gameplay is heading. Who is doing bad, who is playing it perfectly and everything in between.
For the second half of the podcast, “Power of” Vito sits down with Johnny Tremmel, a Casting AP/Recruiter for the show. Johnny helps with all the east coast casting and if you’ve been to the New York open call then you’ve met him. Johnny is a superfan all the way back to season 1 who actually auditioned with Adam back in the day. Johnny gives some advice to people who may want to try out for the show while giving a perspective on the game from someone who helps put the show together. Some people he found that ended up making the show were Cody Calafiore and Frankie Grande from BB16, Jessica Graf from BB18 and Haleigh from this current season, and we get his opinion on how he thinks those players did and how Haleigh is doing now.
On this week’s episode of Big Brothers, Power of Vito, Chris Stanley and Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) are together again and for the first time this season have a guest. Adam got Enzo Palumbo from Big Brother season 12 to call in. If you watched season 12 then you know about the Brigade, one of the most successful Big Brother alliances of all time.
For the first time in Big Brothers history, all three of the brothers are in studio together. Remember, before Big Brother 20 had the Bros alliance, we had the Big Brothers. “Power of” Vito, Chris Stanley and Adam Poch (Big Brother 13) are here when you need them most, because the last 2 weeks have been a confusing shitshow and you’re going to need them to hold your hand through all of this.
This week was run by the frantic life coach Kaitlyn, and she made her mark on the season. Kaitlyn says her spirit guide told her what to do this week, so apparently Tyler is a part time spirit guide because he’s the one who pulled her strings this week and orchestrated the Swaggy C backdoor.
Swaggy did a great job this week and worked his ass off to stay, if the Swaggy we saw this week started off the game he probably could have went far. All of his manipulation tactics weren’t enough though and he got the boot. The brothers cover the gameplay of Swaggy and talk about his casting tape which we saw on the show last night where Swaggy said to play the exact opposite way of how he entered the house.
Another big topic on today’s show was Kaitlyn’s love triangle…square…pentagon? Well, the Big Brothers give you the live feed lowdown on what’s been going on in and outside of the house. It’s some gossip you may not want to miss out on. The main people involved are Tyler, Kaitlyn, Fessy and Kaitlyn’s boyfriend of 5 years who isn’t inside of the house. Last year Big Brothers became the Paul show, this year it’s looking like the Tyler and Kaitlyn show, but we have a lot of Big Brother left and people’s personalities are showing more and more every day.
Adam gave the scoop on his Week 2 rankings, make sure to always read those over at Big Brother Network. Adam is an avid feed watcher and gives you a legitimate ranking based on what’s really going on in the house, not just what CBS wants you to see. Follow him on Twitter @HeavyMetalTeddy,
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The Big Brothers, “Power of” Vito Calise and Chris Stanley are back for season 20 and they’ve added a new sibling, Adam Poch (Big Brother 11). Adam was on his way to Disney World so could only do a quick phone call (that Chris Stanley didn’t seem too happy about) but Adam will be more involved in episodes to come.
Season 20 is looking great to start. There are NO returning Houseguests, which is a positive after 2 seasons of returnees and the disaster that was the Paul run house of season 19. These Houseguests want to win the game, there doesn’t seem to be anyone right now who is just hoping to “make jury”.
This episode of the show is more of a preview for the season. The feeds just started the night before but the boys wanted to get you an episode ASAP. Once the season gets more underway Big Brothers will be the best place for you to go and see what’s happening on the live feeds and what everyone on the internet is saying.
Vito’s pick for the BB20 winner is Tyler, Adam’s is Winston and Chris chose JC. Only one of them can be right, and sorry JC, but history proves that’s not usually Chris Stanley. Towards the end of the episode Vito and Chris give some quick rundowns of every Houseguest with the general consensus being this is a great cast, so kudos to you Robyn Kass!
For once Vito and Chris agree on something, and that is how stupid this year’s “technology” theme comes off. Vito is basically a child who said he is entertained by robot Sam, but for the most part both Big Brothers think we would be better off just having a “Big Brother 2 – 11” themed season, real gameplay, more grounded competitions and less focused on Showmances.
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Power of Vito and Chris Stanley are back for the final time to talk about Big Brother 19. The live finale was exciting and ended with Paul once again coming in second place, for those of you keeping track, the second time in a row.
Josh, the “human bean” from Miami pulled a move like Ian Terry from Big Brother 14 and used the bitter jury to his advantage and beat Paul in a 5-4 vote. Paul refused to own up to his amazing game and played when questioned by the jury and instead continued to lie to everyone. Normally, this would seem like the reason Paul lost the game but this bitter jury is unprecedented. Elena was straightforward about being bitter and Alex said she was going to vote for Paul until she was told in the Jury House that she was a “joke” to Paul and he talked behind her back the entire game. Paul lost the game from overplaying and what some would call “bad jury management” but everyone will remember he played an incredible game with what he was dealt but had to deal with the issues of what may go down as the most bitter jury of all time
Cody won America’s Favorite Player because like the Jury, we had a very very bitter fanbase who wanted all of the houseguests to be confused at the result. If you are a Dr. Will fan (who isn’t) and have some time, go check out his interviews from the backyard on Facebook Live after the finale.
The Big Brother season is winding down and season 19 is almost all wrapped up with our newest addition to the Big Brother winners circle. We finally got to visit the jury house which we saw may be the most bitter jury of all time. In what should not be a surprise to anyone Cody isn’t taking the responsibility as a member of Jury to seriously and is refusing to take part in the process. He called Matt a pussy and attempted to storm off.
Raven is still completely oblivious to the fact that she was screwed over and is convinced her alliance with Paul never died out and she was, in fact, the “puppet master”. When she said this all of the other houseguests began to laugh at her expense and point out how ridiculous these statements were.
Inside the house (which is unfortunately way less entertaining) Paul has continued to be the top dog without even a bump in the road. He’s unstoppable at competitions in these last weeks. The only thing in his way possibly is the fact that he may have overplayed and Josh has been spilling some proverbial tea in his goodbye messages.
The guys also talked to Adam Poch on the phone about his rankings and Tofurkey (Christmas) for this week of Big Brother!
Check out Adam’s Rankings Every Week where he ranks every houseguest with strips of bacon if they’re good and tofu if they’re bad.
Well folks, Chris Stanley is back from his Parisian vacation and that means the band is back together with Power of “Vito” and Chris Stanley giving you the inside scoop to the Big Brother house. Another double eviction has come and the guys are excited as ever for it.
Moment of the week though, well for “Power of” Vito it was Josh and Christmas’ argument where she wanted to make sure Josh was aware she wasn’t just another “club whore”. Does anyone else think Christmas is giving Josh way too much credit to even think he would access to “club whores”?
With Josh seeming to be catching onto Paul’s game this week, the guys thought there was a chance the Miami sensation could take out “The Rocker” Paul (as the Big Brother voice over guy likes to call Paul). Well, he didn’t, he actually just fed into Paul’s bullshit even more and agreed to go along with some awful plan to trick everyone they were fighting which OF COURSE these idiotic houseguests just went along with.
As predictable and boring these past few weeks have been, it is great that was got to see a good old fashioned blindside like we got with Jason! The poor guy didn’t see it coming at all. He left in a hot rage, it seemed like Paul put together the perfect plan but then Josh’s goodbye message to Jason has possibly blown up everything Paul has been working on. Then all the feedsters got something they have all been waiting for, the eviction of Raven. It could have been much better since Alex had just gotten all the power in the house with HoH but instead of making a big game move while she’s on her own, she played it safe and went after Kevin and Raven.
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The guys also talked to Adam Poch on the phone about his rankings for this week of Big Brother!
Check out Adam’s Rankings Every Week where he ranks every houseguest with strips of bacon if they’re good and tofu if they’re bad.
It’s time for another episode as Big Brothers, the season is winding down and we will have our newest Big Brother winner in less than 20 days. “Power of” Vito was without his trusted co-host Chris Stanley this week but couldn’t go a week without talking Big Brother, so your special co-host for this episode of Big Brothers is … ADAM POCH, from season 13! Adam came in third place in his season and was a real pleasure to talk to.
“Power of” Vito and Adam got along right off the bat both being huge fans in this XL episode of Big Brothers. The two could not stop talking about the game and had a lot to say about the demise of Maven, the rise of Paul and how TMZ is just coming after Big Brother this season. Adam was not hesitant to talk about his experience on the show as well.
Fun fact: Adam said off-air (don’t worry, said this was fine to say) that when it comes to Jury, the houseguests get that DVD, do their filmed segment and then are not allowed to talk game in between! That didn’t even come up because there is so much to cover this year. As boring and predictable some weeks have been we have still seen some of the most fights in any season with some pretty interesting gameplay from some Houseguests.
Every week Adam Poch writes a blog/player ranking on Big Brother Network. He ranks the players based on Bacon (if they’re good) and Tofu (if they’re bad). He also gives ToFurkey of the week to who he feels was the weeks biggest loser. It’s a great way to stay updated with who is doing what in the house if you cannot be on those feeds 24/7/
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Power of “Vito” and his co-host Chris Stanley put it perfectly when they said this was another “medicore” week in the Big Brother house. With Jess and Cody gone, Paul is going full steam ahead with his minions and it looks like there is no stopping him.
Last week “Power of” Vito did give Paul credit for playing a good game and choosing not to discredit the vet with the advantages he was given this year. This comes up on this week’s episode where the guys discuss if at this point fans should just accept the interference of production and judge players based on how they use that to their advantage. Jess was most likely given an advantage by production with her halting hex, did she use is the best way she possibly could or waste it? Tweet as @BigBrothersPod what you think.
“Power of” Vito also got into an interesting debate with Chris Stanley, the two did not see eye to eye at all. The topic was, should houseguests be made aware of the final vote counts for each eviction, or would gameplay be better because houseguests be more inclined to take bigger risks if the numbers did not come back to bit them in the ass.
The biggest even of this week in the Big Brother house? The return of Zingbot, a Big Brother tradition that houseguests and viewers look forward to. This year Zingbot came in especially mean though, called Raven ugly, called Josh fat, called Alex a whore and brought up houseguests having sex (or trying to have sex) in the house,
The guys really picked a fight with Alex and Jason and have issues with the way Alex is playing the game. “Power of” Vito and Chris Stanley both feel like she thinks she is playing a much better game than she is. The guys also go into Christmas saying she had two “major targets” on the block with Mark and Matt and they also went through a list from Entertainment Weekly ranking the all of the Big Brother winners based on a fan poll.
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On today’s episode of Big Brothers Power of Vito and Chris Stanley give you the update on everything you need to know with Big Brother 19. The night before this episode was recorded was the season’s double eviction episode which, as Julie Chen loves to put it, is the night where you saw a week of Big Brother play out over an hour. The results were not shocking for anyone paying attention, Cody went home first. Even though Elena screwed over Alex and took $5000 from her, Alex did not go through with her plan to keep Cody and push out Elena. Before Cody walked out the door, he have a speech throwing Alex and Jason under the bus and hoping to get people to make big moves when he was gone, then had a pretty boss exit from the game and walked over the glass table and left.
The rest of the night played out in a pretty boring way, Jason won Head of Household and Power of Veto and instead of making a big move, decided to keep things simple and took out Elena. The guy discuss this and how upset they were and if you want to go check out the twitterverse, there are a lot of former houseguests on Twitter who were just as upset as the guys with what went down at the double eviction. Other topics discussed on today’s show were an idea for Jury House from Julie Chen, a blog post from Evel Dick about Paul and who is going to get turned on by the house since all of the big enemies are leaving.
Power of Vito and Chis Stanley also took the time to answer a question from one of the Big Brothers listerners via Twitter, @GodDamners had a cool question that Vito and Chris went into. Any Big Brothers listeners who want to get their question read on the show please tweet the guys @BigBRothersPod or @VitoCalise and they would love to answer any question you may have.
This week was another exciting week of Big Brother live feeds. Your hosts “Power of” Vito and Chris Stanley are here to guide you through it. This week in the house, Head of Household Josh put up Elena and Mark and since Jess list the temptation challenge she was put on the bock as a third nominee. Cody won the temptation challenge and was safe.
With Jess, Mark and Elena on the block it seemed like an obvious choice to go after Jess, but Josh started the week off telling everyone his real target is Elena. The house did not agree with him and Paul especially didn’t think it was a good idea and was adamant about taking out Jess over Elena. When it came time for the Power of Veto competition (which was the return of the yearly OTEV comp, this time, OTEV took the form of a possessed pig), Cody was chosen to play but Christmas used her “Ring of Replacement” power from a few weeks ago to replace him in the competition. Mark ended up winning the Power of Veto competition and (obviously) took himself off the block at the Power of Veto meeting. Raven was chosen as the replacement nominee as a pawn.
Josh still wanted Elena out and was trying to talk to Jess but instead got into multiple arguments with Jess and Cody. One argument with the two lead to Jess and Cody fat shaming Josh and calling him a bunch of names while he banged pots and pans and sung until Cody charged him and it seemed like it could come to blows.
The Big Brothers talked about all of this, they get into some questions from the Big Brother Reddit community, discussed the gameplay and strategy of players like Kevin and Matt and gave predictions for who the best people to bring to Final 2 would be.
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It’s been a crazy two weeks in the Big Brother house. Your hosts of the Big Brothers podcast “Power of” Vito and Chris Stanley were away last week and did not put up an episode. So here is a quick rundown of last week if you need to be caught up. Jess was Head of Household, she even won Power of Veto that week and decided to go after Ramses instead of taking a shot at Paul. She wanted Josh (Paul’s right hand man) to go home and was told by the house he was going home, but Paul convinced everyone to lie to her. When eviction night came, Ramses was evicted and Jess was blindsided by the house along with Cody, Mark and Elena who voted with her.
Now it’s a new week in the house and the guys discuss Jess’ temptation, the Halting Hex that she used to stop the eviction from happening and guaranteeing herself and Cody another week in the house. This week also included what will probably go down as one of the best Big Brother live feed fights of all time. A 3 hour standoff between Jess & Cody vs the entire house. Paul convinced everyone in the house to go outside and torture Jess and Cody while they relaxed on a hammock. Josh banged his pots and pans, sung his idiotic meatball song, Raven turned into a ratchet beast and Alex screamed questions about their integrity. The argument lead to a TMZ front page article because of Paula and Alex questioning Cody’s military experience.
To conclude a week in the Big Brother house, Josh ended up winning Head of Household. As of right now it would seem that he will just continue to target Jess and Cody, going along with what the house (meaning Paul) wants, but he has mentioned to Christmas wanting to go after Elena. So we will all see what the week brings.
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This week the Big Brotherss, “Power of” Vito and Chris Stanley welcomed their first guest of the season, Glenn Garcia from Big Brother 18. This was a real exciting chance because the guys wanted to get to know him more than the one episode of the season he was featured in.
The Battleback Showdown is over and Cody is back inside the Big Brother house. He beat our Dominique, Cameron and Jillian and then had a one on one battle with Paul to earn his spot back inside the competition. This game at a perfect since Jess had just been given the Halting Hex from the Den of Temptation by America. Jess and Cody continued to have a good week with Jess winning HoH and nominating Ramses and Josh. This week will either be a shift in power to Cody and Jess or Paul will get his people to stick with him and continue to take him all the way to the end of the game.
Glenn was a pleasure to have on and was open to talk about his experience. A lot of people don’t realize that even if you get out of the game first, you still spent a few months of a gruesome casting process that includes being sequestered alone. Glenn also got into some game talk and explained to the guys what his plan was going into the house, he also told them about an alliance that was made day one that ended up getting broken up by his eviction. Glenn had a lot to say about this current season as well. It was a real great time to have him on with the Battle Back just happening which he participated in during his season, Big Brother 18.
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Today’s episode of Big Brothers features “Power of” Vito and Chris Stanley discussing where they think the house will go from here, if Christmas should be allowed to stay and who is playing the best game. They also make some comparisons to past seasons and ask each other if this season’s twist is good or bad. Tweet @BigBrothersPod if there are any questions you want the guys to answer or any topics you want discussed on a future weeks show!
This was a crazy week in the Big Brother house. Easily the craziest house we have had week 1 in quite some time. It’s a first week that Twitter, Reddit, 4Chan and Jokers Updates have all agreed feels like we have been watching for a month already. For the first time in years, the house was split right off the bat and not just everyone agreeing to vote out on person who gamed too hard week 1.
Right off the bat after “Power of” Vito and Chris Stanley recorded episode one for Big Brother 19, there was a self-eviction. Megan left the game as the live feeds came on day 1. After she left, HoH and psychopath Cody (The Gun Nut Marine) had to put up a new person on the block, he chose Alex who won the PoV and took herself off (with Cody throwing it to her).
At the PoV ceremony, when Alex took herself off the block Cody attempted to put up Paul, but Paul was protected by the Temptation he took for 3 weeks. This shocked the house and forced Cody to put up Christmas (The Crossfit Girl), which set the house off. Nobody on Cody’s side knew he was going to put up Christmas or Paul as they were both part of Cody’s alliance until that moment.
The morning after the Veto ceremony, Christmas was riding around on Jason (Cowboy 2’s) back and they slipped, breaking Christmas’ foot and putting her place in the house in jeopardy. Christmas returned to the game with a broken foot and will be allowed to stay in the house but not compete in any competition her doctor doesn’t see fit. She will receive first out punishment for any challenge she cannot participate in as well.
Eviction night was Paul vs Cody’s side and with Kevin (Old Mafia Man) doing a shocking turn at the live eviction and Josh (The Crazed Cuban) up to then being the swing vote who took Paul’s side, the votes ended in chaos. “Power of” Vito give you all the details you need to know in episode 2 and their opinions on what is happening and what will go down in the coming weeks. Stay tuned, hit subscribe and follow @BigBrothersPod on Twitter to see some feed updates and ask the guys some thoughts in real time.
It's a new season of Big Brother and the guys from the Holding Kompany have re-branded themselves for Big Brother 19 as the "Big Brothers". "Power of" Vito and Chris Stanley, two self-proclaimed Big Brother experts will attempt to guide you from what Julie Chen is calling "The season of temptation". The guys loved the exclusively online Over The Top cast in their first season covering the competition, find out where they stack up this Big Brother 19 cast against the likes of their favorite OTT house guests like Shelby, Justin and Scott.
Don’t keep reading if you don’t want any spoilers…but one of Season 18’s fan favorites and Mr. Second Place “your boy” Paul returned to the house as this season’s vet player. Be aware though, it definitely seemed like the main reason he came back was so producers could have him hand out friendship bracelets as part of a competition.
Chris proclaimed his love for this seasons “old man”, Kevin, from Boston, The man with 7 kids who took the $25,000 on the first episode (which brought Paul back into the house). Will this be Chris’ new Scott “The Virgin King” this season? “Power of” Vito is already calling him Kevin Boogie because of his odd resemblance to Big Brother legend to Mike Boogie.
The “Big Brothers” each give their Final 2 predictions, they give two each. One they are very confident in and one they think is also a possibility. “Power of” Vito and Chris Stanley also got into the early psychology of the season and who they thought was also playing the game right and wrong.
It’s going to be an exciting summer with the guys, make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you get all the episodes as soon as possible and feel free to tweet at and follow the brand new Twitter account @BigBrothersPod