Big brother is an American version of American Idol, and it’s been a phenomenon ever since the series first debuted on CBS in 1991.
It’s been the subject of several films and animated specials, as well as a slew of television series.
But for many, the show’s big-brother dynamic is its greatest achievement.
And while Jeopardys big brother was never as beloved as its main sister, it still has a huge following.
This week, we’re breaking down the show with host Alex Trebek, who has played Big Brother for eight seasons.
We’ll be taking a look at the big-brained brother’s history, including his rise and fall.
And as we continue our conversation, we’ll also talk about the show itself, which is still one of the most watched shows on television.
Big Brother is an hourlong format show that airs on CBS every Thursday night.
It pits contestants against each other in a series of rounds.
Each round is about five minutes long, and is divided into four segments.
The contestants in the first round are given two weeks to answer questions posed by a team of judges.
After the initial question period, the players will be put through a series in which they will compete for a $100,000 prize.
In the second round, contestants will be given one week to answer a set of five questions.
In the third round, the first question is then asked of the second contestant, and the second question of the third.
In a final round, three questions are asked.
In order to win, contestants must answer all four questions correctly.
On each Thursday, the contestants will also receive a phone call from the host, who will tell them a story about their week.
The winner of the show will be announced after the episode.
The show has a loyal following because of its unpredictability.
Unlike other popular reality shows, the Big Brother house has an open format, with a rotating cast of contestants.
The host, known as Big Brother Big Brother, is not involved with the casting process, and contestants are free to make up their own casts.
There are only three rules to Big Brother: No drinking, no drugs, no gambling, and no violence.
But there are other rules, too.
If you get caught cheating, you’ll be sent to the “guest house,” where you’ll have to play the game against a computerized challenge-based system.
The contestants must also maintain a clean image on the show, which means keeping their hair under wraps, wearing a bathing suit, and avoiding any public displays of affection.
After each round, there is a “shuffle” in which contestants are given a chance to improve their performance.
If they win, they are given another shot to improve.
The winners of each round also get an extra $100 in cash and a trip to Las Vegas.
One of the challenges of Big Brother’s format is that contestants must have a strong social game.
There’s no real competition in the house.
While there’s a lot of drama and intrigue in the game, there’s also a lot that can be summed up as “family.”
In the beginning, the family consisted of the contestants themselves, but after the first season, it’s just them and their friends.
Despite the constant challenges, Big Brother still has plenty of laughs.
Its host and co-creator, Jeff Probst, is known for making the show feel like an extended family reunion.
Jeff Probst and his wife, Kelly, who is also his daughter, share a mutual affection for each other and a strong bond of friendship.
And they love playing Big Brother.
During Big Brother season two, the cast had to break down their favorite Big Brother moments.
The first big moment was when the contestants were introduced to the other contestants.
Kelly was nervous and asked Probst if he would introduce her.
“Oh, sure,” Probst said.
“If I can introduce my daughter.
I would love to.”
When it came time for the first Big Brother game, it was Probst who decided the winner.
He chose a pair of former contestants from the first game.
“[The winner] had a very good game plan,” Probstey told The Daily Beast.
“He said, ‘Let’s go in with a group, and we’re going to make sure it’s a good group.
Let’s do something crazy and exciting.’
And he said, you know, we can do something stupid, and you can do it crazy.
And he did it.
At the time, he was a little surprised by the win.”
I was a big fan of his and thought he was very funny and a great storyteller,” he said.
Since then, Probst has been known for his quirky, and sometimes funny, style.
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