Brendon and Rachel are back this season for Big Brother and it looks like they’re bringing all their old tricks with them. So once again for BB13 Brenchel manages to be the first to the naughty line with sex in the HoH room last night on the live feeds.
After what was likely another little argument between them Brendon climbs in to bed, woes her over with some kissing, then the covers come up and over their heads, and then, well, no mistaking the rest of the action. Unlike last year Brendon seems to have a little more staying power and it doesn’t end with him saying, “I’m sorry,” again.
Rather see for yourself? Crank up the Live Feeds (or sign-up now with the Free Trial) and turn the Flashback dial to July 11th, 3:30 AM on cameras one and two.
We’re hoping for some Big Brother 13 non-smut to report soon for a change. Getting a little tired of all these bikinis, half-naked guys, & sex. What is this, Temptation Island??
Hey all you Big Brother fans! I’ll be bringing you all your Live Feed highlights each weekday. Already we have craziness in the house with Evel Dick leaving the game and Keith freaking out to anyone who will listen to his endless rantings. We get you don’t want to be the first one out of the house but come on! Give your house guests a reason to want to keep you.
Sunday’s are generally the laziest day in the house with the exception of the POV ceremony which has two hg’s scrambling for votes. The others wanted a little R&R but game talk is constant with this group.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – July 10, 2011:
Sure, a lot of big events happened on the Big Brother 13 live feeds this weekend. We found out who won the Veto and then what that HG did with it, but sometimes something just as important gets overlooked: who was showing off some skin by the pool.
We’ve gathered some screen shot galleries for you along with the times and camera number so you can relive the magic whenever you want on the Live Feeds Flashback.
Then again there’s Keith showing off what the rest of the HGs can kiss: his bare ass.
Big Brother 13 is back tonight for episode 2 where we’ll watch the fallout from the first HoH competition and the build up to the season’s debut of the nomination ceremony for Thursday’s live eviction show. Don’t forget that tonight’s show (along with Wednesday’s) is on at 8PM ET/PT unlike Thursday’s 9PM timeslot.
I imagine there’s lots of interest in CBS’ announcement that Evel Dick left the show on premiere night, but don’t expect them to cover that tonight. They’ll hype it tonight and discuss on Wednesday’s episode. Read up on the details of Evel Dick’s departure.
If you can’t wait for Julie Chen to deliver the BB13 news then you can go ahead and take a peek at the HoH nomination spoilers. But wait, there’s more! The Power of Veto competition has already taken place and we’ve got those PoV spoilers for you too if you really want to get ahead. We’re breaking out the Big Brother 13 spoilers all for you!
If you missed yesterday’s events then you can use the live feeds “Flashback” feature which works like Tivo for your feeds. Pick a day and time, then the feeds will time warp you back so you can watch the hottest events of the summer all season long. This is definitely one feature I’m getting a lot of use out of again this summer. Sign-up now for $13/month with the full season, 3-month pass to join in the fun!
The Power of Veto Ceremony is over in the Big Brother 13 and HGs can’t be happy. To find out if the PoV was used click “continue reading” for the spoilers. I’m hoping this injects even more drama in the house considering how active things were this weekend before the Veto Ceremony.
Ahh. Saturdays are back for Big Brother. No competitions. No ceremonies. Just lounging by the pool, relaxing, and verbally demolishing people you’ve known for six days. I heart you Big Brother 13.
Rachel’s nominees are not handling the pressure too well with one of them continuing to flip out at every turn. Read on to find out who lost support in the house on Saturday and who put the sun to good use.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – July 9, 2011: