There is no need to get too excited or worried, as Big Brother is still on. Although it has been over a year since the finale of the original Big Brother TV show, there are still those who have not forgotten the popular twist where housemates were given the chance to live in the Big Brother house and make the major decisions about who lives and who dies. Here are some of the latest happenings in the Big Brother world.

As per usual, there was much speculation about the ending of Big Brother: The Video Game, with many speculating that the show would be extended or even cancelled completely. However, it looks like that is not the case. Based on official statements, the current plan for the sixth season of Big Brother is one where all the houses will get together and play a board game. So basically, instead of seeing one person confined to a desk or a chair in a house, one house would be entirely enveloped in video games. Yes, it sounds bizarre, and it is – but it is also apparently very much part of the plans.

The new rule about Big Brother Video Games being played in the house is part of the official description of what will happen during the special episodes. Each house will have to choose three games to participate in; the others will be played by guests on the House Party Web site. That’s right – from now on, video games will be played in the Big Brother house, instead of the normal board games. Yes, it sounds contradictory, but it is true. The three “power players” will get to choose three games to be played at any given time.

For those of you keeping score at home, that means that only one player in each house will have the power to make major decisions for the other two. For instance, if a player chooses to” evict Deb”, then that’s it for that player and all his/her votes will be counted towards that person’s eviction. On the other hand, if someone chooses to “abstain”, then there will be no abstention votes going towards someone else. The only way for a player to” abstain” is if they do not have enough votes to win, in which case they “voluntarily” abstain from playing. Oh, and anyone who “cedes” a house or joins another one has to stay within their current house and must not discuss their move with anyone else until after the latest BBTV update.

There are some big twists, too, when it comes to the new house and the new rules. For instance, Candice Swan (Trisha Yearwood) is no longer allowed to compete on the show because she was arrested for driving while intoxicated back in November. But Big Brother is also tightening the no-spouse rule, so Candice and Mike (Carmen Austin) are now safe from being married if they want to be on the show. The new twist is that neither woman can talk to any of the others about this until after the new season begins!

All in all, Big Brother is a fun game that provides a bit of social commentary along the way. It will continue to air throughout the summer, giving everyone another chance to experience the drama and excitement of a new house. Plus, it’s just a lot of fun! What more could you want?

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