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frank boogie big brother 14 2 Big Brother 14: Week 6 Power of Veto competition resultsAfter a rather insane seven hours of the “Big Brother 14″ live feeds being down, they have finally come back and we know who won the Week 6 Power of Veto. Keep reading to find out — or sign up for the live feeds and see for yourself.

The POV players were HOH Shane and nominees Boogie and Frank, plus Ian, Jenn and Ashley. Frank has… Continue reading 'Big Brother 14': Week 6 Power of Veto competition results

willie hantz cbs big brother 14 Big Brother 14: Willie Hantz has an epic meltdown, is removed from the gameSunday night’s “Big Brother 14″ picks up when Kara goes home and Frank then wins HOH. Willie is not happy, so the fuse is lit. Meanwhile, Frank and Boogie do a faux-Chilltown thing in the DR. That needs to stop. Neither of you are Dr. Will, so stop pretending.

Dan is coaching Danielle to work to get close to Janelle’s team because they’re going to need… Continue reading 'Big Brother 14': Willie Hantz has an epic meltdown, is removed from the game

‘Big Brother 14′: Bring back these six players!

When CBS revealed the cast for the 14th season of Big Brother, it also announced a “twist” involving four former contestants and how they’ll stage an embarrassing triumphant comeback to the hidden-camera reality show. Unfortunately, we won’t learn their identities until the show’s July 12 premiere — but just in case the producers haven’t made their final selections, here are six ex-players that EW (or six very rabid BB

Dexter: Oh, Brother!

This season of Dexter promised to provide an exploration of faith and the potential pitfalls of giving yourself over to a higher authority. But after 12 episodes of muddled, incoherent references to religion, it became clear that only one religious element would be given any serious exploration: redemption. And not for the characters; for this season. Would such a consistently sub-par Season 6 have any redeeming qualities? After “This Is… Continue reading Dexter: Oh, Brother!

Cable On DemandCable offers VOD programming (same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pre-theatrical exclusives) for rent, usually for 24- or 48-hour periods at prices from about $ 2.99 for older titles to $ 9.99 for new or exclusive releases. Since cable offers a direct connection from your cable provider, its VOD offerings are usually less prone to outside interference and can be streamed with surround sound and 3D when available.

Paul… Continue reading The VOD Report: 'Our Idiot Brother,' 'Another Earth,' 'One Day,' 'The Devil's Double' and the Pre-Theatrical Title 'Angels Crest'