Fans thought Thursday night’s Big Brother 2011 premiere was full of big twists, but even more happened once the show was over. The Big Brother 13 live feeds came up around 9:30 p.m. Scottsdale time Thursday night and there was already drama in the house. One house guest was missing, and as of Friday morning, the game has already changed in a huge way. Though fans will have to wait for the next show to see if CBS shares the reasoning with viewers, for now all anyone knows is that the game just took a huge turn.
When the feeds began last night, people were joking about the fact that Evel Dick was missing. Apparently he had been called into the Diary Room, and had been gone for an absurdly long time. As the feeds went on, people became more curious. His daughter and game partner, Daniele, began to get quite agitated, and house guests mentioned it had been three hours since they’d seen him. She started pushing for answers, but Big Brother production simply shook a camera in a “no” movement. Eventually, the live feeds went to fishes, their screensaver if you will, while viewers were left wondering what was happening.
The live feeds are back up, but Evel Dick is gone. In the wee hours of the morning, Daniele was finally called into the Diary Room and told that Evel Dick had left the game on his own, due to personal reasons. She now has a Golden Key, and she will be immune from eviction until the top 10. While nobody seems to know why Dick left, this is a huge game-changer and a major disappointment for Big Brother 2011 fans.
What else has happened overnight via the live feeds? Apparently Keith had a major meltdown, Brendon and Rachel have their bags packed and are thinking about leaving the house, and Daniele is whining about having the Golden Key. It’s going to be quite the summer on Big Brother 13, judging on the first episode and night of live feeds. Big Brother 2011 will air on Wednesday and Sunday nights at 7 p.m. and Thursday nights at 8 p.m. on CBS, channel 5 in the Scottsdale area.
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