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Big Brother UK - S16E34

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Mark wakes up alone, whilst Steven and Kim, Ash and Helen and Danielle and Winston wake up after sharing beds for the night. Danielle admits she's worried about sleeping in the same bed as Winston again as she doesn't want people to get the wrong idea. Ash and Mark have a Westlife singalong. Jale wonders if Danielle's lack of sexual experience is a facade. Christopher tells Ashleigh he believes he is Mark's new Matthew. Ash and Helen want to know what happened with Winston and Danielle last night. Danielle goes to the diary room and discusses her sleepless night as her brain was in overdrive, she says she and Winston are just friends. Steven admits that he is attracted to Kim, when he speaks to Big Brother. Winston quizzes Ash about his feelings towards Helen. Christopher is called to the diary room and becomes 'Christmas Christopher' as part of todays task. He is to host a Christmas feast for the other housemates and is told he has to decide who has been naughty and nice. He asks Ashleigh, Chris, Mark, Danielle, Helen and Marlon to help him decide who should come to the meal. Christopher gives a candy cane to Ash, Mark, Ashleigh, Kim, Steven, Chris and Winston, meaning they can enjoy the Christmas meal. Whilst Marlon, Danielle and Helen are given a piece of coal and are banished to the bedroom until the meal is over. Helen is upset that she wasn't invited to the meal. Chris isn't happy that Helen's had another strop, he tells Big Brother he wishes she would stop doing this. When the naughty housemates are let back into the house, Marlon announces Helen has taken Christopher not inviting her personally. This doesn't impress Jale, who tells him she can speak for herself. Danielle and Jale discuss Kim and Steven's relationship. Helen and Steven wonder if he will get married to Kim and discuss his nuptial plans and plans for a stag do. Christopher talks about Helen and her confrontational style in the diary room. Winston tries impressing Danielle by showing off his French language skills. Danielle is unimpressed as she can speak Russian and Arabic. Christopher and Mark discuss who they might nominate. Helen and Ashleigh bond in the garden as they discuss how the house has changed their personalities.

Episode Title: BB15 - Day 31 Highlights
Airs: 2014-07-6 at urday
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    It's clear that this program is a compendium of every irritating cliche ever to assault a defenseless TV viewer. [7 Jul 2000]

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  • Verne Gay

    Airing five nights a week and featuring 10 strangers - not to mention insufferable hosts Julie Chen and Ian O'Malley - this will fill our screens for the next three months. Unless we happen to leave the set turned off. Which, judging from last night, might be advisable. [6 Jul 2000]

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    Big Brother is that deadliest of TV sins: It's a Grade D bore. [8 Jul 2000]

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    I know "Survivor." I watch "Survivor." You, "Big Brother," are no "Survivor." [7 Jul 2000]

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  • Ken Tucker

    Fascinating, frustrating, and a little frightening.

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