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Big Brother UK - S16 E37

Game-Show . Reality . Reality-TV

Mark talks to Big Brother about the bad atmosphere in the house and how it's making some of the housemates awkward. Christopher and Winston are called to take part in the next part of the task, they are tempted by the social media app, costing them 20% of battery power and would be allowed to ask social media one question. They both succumb, with Christopher asking what the public make of the on-going arguments in the house and Winston asking if anyone fancies him. Mark is then called to the app zone and is offered the Beauty app for 20% of the battery, he succumbs and uses the Big Brother beauty salon. Kimberly, Jale and Helen talk about their unresolved conflict with Danielle and Ashleigh. Christopher and Winston are told the answers to the questions they asked earlier, here Christopher discovers the girls have been bitching about him and Winston finds out some people aren't approving of his and Danielle's relationship. The other housemates discuss the social media answers. Kim, Ashleigh and Danielle try and resolve their issues without arguing. All of the nominated housemates are called to the app zone and take part in the safety app, they are all positioned in front of buzzers, that will go live, but only for a minute. They are told that if one of them presses the button within the minute they will save themselves from been nominated and will drain the rest of the power, therefore failing the task. After a brief discussion were it almost unanimously agreed no-one will press their buzzers, the minute goes live and Marlon presses his almost right away, much to the shock of the other housemates. The housemates aren't happy with Marlon's decision at all. He tries to justify his decision to Danielle and then later approaches a group of housemates in the garden, who all make their feelings towards him clear. Ash and Helen notice that Kimberly and Steven are up to something when the lights are off and Helen's curiosity gets the better of her.

Episode Title: BB15 - Day 34 Highlights
Airs: 2014-07-9 at urday
  • Ken Tucker

    Fascinating, frustrating, and a little frightening.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • Julie Salamon

    That's the seamy beauty of CBS's "Big Brother": voyeurism without guilt. [7 Jul 2000]

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Rob Owen

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

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
  • David Zurawik

    In all but one or two cases, if I were seated with one of these people on a plane, I'd ask to be moved next to a crying baby or a drunk. What CBS has done here is cast this house with people who resemble the stock types we have come to know from prime-time sitcoms and dramas for 50 years. [6 Jul 2000]

    Baltimore Sun Full Review
  • Matthew Gilbert

    So far, and that's an important qualification, watching "Big Brother" is only slightly more exciting than watching a drugstore surveillance tape. One week in, CBS's five-nights-a-week series remains slow, self-conscious, and visually sterile. [13 Jul 2000]

    Boston Globe Full Review
  • Terry Kelleher

    Actually watching Big Brother five nights a week (total air time: 3½ hours) seems like the entertainment equivalent of enduring gavel-to-gavel convention coverage on C-SPAN.

    People Weekly Full Review
  • Mike Duffy

    Offers only slightly more entertainment appeal than viewing a test pattern. [10 Jul 2000]

    Detroit Free Press Full Review
  • Ann Hodges

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

    Houston Chronicle Full Review
  • Jonathan Darman

    The cast is dull, the concept is lame and the house that Ikea built is cheap and creepy. The amazing thing is that a show so obviously flawed could have been the source of so much hype. [15 Jul 2000]

    Newsweek Full Review
  • Laura Fries

    "Big Brother" debuted Wednesday night with all of the style and drama of a Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol commercial. ... Five days a week of people in a cramped house full of Ikea furniture is like a bad college flashback. [10 Jul 2000]

    Variety Full Review
  • David Bianculli

    The difference between "Big Brother" and its more successful high-concept CBS predecessor, "Survivor," is the difference between storytelling and rambling. [14 Jul 2000]

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • 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]

    Newsday Full Review
  • Tim Kiska

    It's clear that this program is a compendium of every irritating cliche ever to assault a defenseless TV viewer. [7 Jul 2000]

    The Detroit News Full Review
  • Joel Brown

    'Big Brother' ... is such a demeaning, depressing exercise that everyone involved ought to be lashed to one of the Pentagon's defective 'Star Wars' missiles and rocketed out over the Pacific, never to be heard from again, except by the sharks. [2 Aug 2000]

    Boston Herald Full Review
  • Hal Boedeker

    So far, Big Bro is a big bore. ... In devoting so many hours to amateurs, CBS reduced its prime time to bad home movies. [11 Jul 2000]

    Orlando Sentinel Full Review
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