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Tonight On Big Brother 16: Week 5 Power of Veto Episode

| July 30, 2014 at 10:00 AM EDT

Tonight on CBS Big Brother Season 16 is back with the Power of Veto episode starting at 8PM ET/PT and there’s a big Backdoor plan in the works if they can get all the pieces in place.

Big Brother 16 on CBS

Big Brother 16 episodes – Source: CBS

It’ll be a busy episode with Team America looking to make up for their Nominations Ceremony failure. Just one chance left to get two Houseguests in an argument, or if that’s too hard then they’ll just get one person to plan a scripted joke and collect their $5K checks. Yep, weak sauce.

Get ready for plenty more drama this week as HGs struggle to convince one HG to make a close ally to new target, but once the folly of the plan is discovered, is it too late to stop it? Find out tonight!

HGs will be competing for the Veto in a horse riding contest and it leaves Frankie with some painful injuries as a result. Here’s a sneak peek pic of the competition.

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Big Brother 16: Did Frankie Awaken A Sleeping Beast Mode?

| July 30, 2014 at 9:00 AM EDT

Caleb Reynolds was completely fooled this week as Frankie Grande and most of the rest of the house manipulated him to get Amber Borzotra on the block under the guise of it being his own brilliant idea. It didn’t take him long to figure out that was a big mistake. Or was it?

Caleb Reynolds on Big Brother 16

Caleb Reynolds on Big Brother 16 – Source: CBS

Now that Amber is just a few days from eviction Caleb started to hit the panic button, but it didn’t take long for the guys to come up with a new plan.

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Big Brother 16 Live Feeds: Week 5 Tuesday Night Highlights

| July 30, 2014 at 7:30 AM EDT


Keep Amber or evict her? Tell Caleb or blindside him? Those were the topic all night long in the Big Brother 16 house and the HGs flip-flopped most of the night until settling on a big plan that shook Caleb to the core. Find out what else happened on the Big Brother feeds last night.

Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Tuesday, July 29, 2014:

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Big Brother 16 Live Feeds: Week 5 Tuesday Daytime Highlights

| July 29, 2014 at 5:55 PM EDT


It was a pretty lazy and quiet day in the Big Brother 16 house, which you sometimes have when there’s a blindside in the works. Amber and Caleb think Amber is staying, but everyone else plans to vote her out. So unless someone spills the news, we might have a pretty quiet week up until Thursday. Find out what else happened on the Big Brother Feeds so far today in the house.

Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Tuesday, July 29, 2014:

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‘Big Brother 16’ Counting The Votes In Week 5

| July 29, 2014 at 2:30 PM EDT

“Operation Brittany” is in effect this week as the Big Brother 16 Houseguests have resumed their mission to blindside this week’s target. No easy feat considering their plan was already exposed, but that’s not going to stop them.

Frankie Grande counting votes on Big Brother 16

Frankie Grande counting votes on Big Brother 16 – Source: CBS

There will be nine votes on Big Brother this week which means no chance of a tie and Frankie Grande’s role is over for the week. So which nominee can avoid racking up five votes against her? Let’s count them up.

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Interview: Big Brother House Designer – Scott Storey

| July 29, 2014 at 1:00 PM EDT
Scott Storey - Big Brother Production Designer

Scott Storey – Big Brother Production Designer – Source: Overstock

Scott Storey is the Big Brother production designer in charge of putting together the house’s look and feel every season since he joined the the team there in season six.

Currently in partnership with, Scott is promoting a series of “inspired by Big Brother” products on their site. Overstock reached out with a chance to pose a few questions to Scott in exchange for letting you all know about what they’re offering on their site.

Every preseason we all get excited to see what the Houseguests will call “home” for the next three months so this was a fun opportunity to find out how it all comes together each season.

Big Brother Network: Where does the annual design process begin for each new season? Does CBS give you a theme and you work from that or do you pose a series of ideas?

Scott Storey: Each year in April I meet with the executive producers (Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan) and pitch them a few concepts. At this point I just have rough ideas and some verbal explanations-mostly a name for the theme. Some examples have been “Tokyo Pop”, “1964 Worlds’ Fair”, “Through the Looking Glass” or this year’s theme-“Urban Treehouse”.

I explain what each of these concepts might feel like and they choose one. At that point the design team (Art Director Scott Welborn and Set Decorator Alexis Karpf) start working on design boards in my studio. The boards have samples of fabric, colors, sketches of furniture and other visual cues that expand on the concept.

I also do some computer 3D models showing some of the construction details. However, the design is very fluid and grows during the set build.

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Big Brother Network: When it comes to the ever undesirable, by nature, Have-Not room, is that also your design?

Scott Storey: The Have-Not-Room, just like all of the house, is my concept and design. It’s always fun to think of that room. Last season was my favorite HNR, the “flying coach on a red-eye”. I just hate having to sleep in a plane.

This year all of the rooms are elements (earth, wind, fire, water) so ice felt like a natural concept.

Alexis Karpf, the set decorator, really ran with that room this year. You can’t see it on television, but we had the temperature set to 58 degrees in that room, it was very uncomfortable.

Big Brother Network: Excluding the current season, which past season of Big Brother was your favorite to design and create?

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