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Mouseboy332,549 posts since 10 Feb 2014 Recently warned
This one helps as well. The opening seems to be 7ft or so? Thats a guess. But is seems talls enough to walk thru. The move-in and premiere has just finished taping. BBUS and BBCAN typically dont do live move-in's like BBUK did. THey usually will rack up a weeks worth of footage to edit together for a 2 day premiere. Unfortunately, BBCAN never does any live episodes including eviction nights. And because there is a studio audience, details always leak before the show airs later that evening. THats one thing I hate about BBCAN.
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Arisa Cox standing in the entrance to the Mainframe nomination room.
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Here is the complete House Tour.
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Mouseboy332,549 posts since 10 Feb 2014 Recently warned
The BBCAN7 opening was simply draw dropping. I didnt think they could top last years Game of Thrones-style opening. This spy theme thriller opening was fantastic and was done very well. They deserve the kudos for this. The way the house was revealed and then how the eye opened "James Bond-style" to reveal presenter Arisa Cox was simply stunning. As part of the opening night twists a single houseguest that was voted to enter the house first and allowed to spy on the others as they entered was pretty cool. But first he had to find the secret vault. Simply amazing production I've seen on any Big Brother.







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The production values of the first HOH Competition (Head of Household) was simply stellar from the props, lighting and sound design. Whole thing was brilliantly designed and executed. The house guests were tied up inside these perspex boxes and showered them in cold water and they had to figure out how to get a set of keys hanging on the post opposite the box (which resulted in them smashing the chairs) to unlock the padlock on the outside of the doors. Only the first 6 of their boxes (I think it was 6) were allowed to continue to the 2nd half which was digging under a wall with a spoon and hitting the buzzer on the other side of the wall.
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Damien finding the secret lounge as the wall opens. Inside the lounge is the blood diamond VETO (no one knows the powers it has)
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Mouseboy332,549 posts since 10 Feb 2014 Recently warned
For those of us those actually interested production and presentation, here is the premiere episode. Its on YouTube. So have a look before it disappears
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Mouseboy332,549 posts since 10 Feb 2014 Recently warned
Today we a first look at the rebuilt outdoor hotub area. Its much smaller than last year space. Its got wood planks on the walls which are backlit.
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Mouseboy332,549 posts since 10 Feb 2014 Recently warned
Unlike Big Brother US in which the producers have Julie Chen announce a major game twist during a live show (which are usually occasions when twists are expected to be announced, so its no longer fun or unexpected). BBCAN as usual does something slightly different. The houseguests had no clue this major change in the game was gonna happen and neither did the viewers. It left everyone shocked/surprised. It was a delicious twist to see injected into the game. And it was done in the most perfect way. Right in the middle of the Veto Competition player selection the voice of Big Brother interrupted the HOH and made a major announcement. Top notch production, thats not constrained by its past.



I also loved how BBAU continued to make use of the "voice" and the character of Big Brother being in control of the house like BBCAN. BBUS only uses the "voice" for general announcements in the house. (stop singing, wake up, stop that, fix your mic) But otherwise its edited out of most of the tv episodes. I like how BBCAN has refined the "character" of Big Brother. BBUS has virtually erased the character of Big Brother, the houseguests typically will say, "they want us to do this" or "productions said this". On occasion the houseguests will use the name of the actual producers that spoke to them! If they do this then the precorded voice will say over the speaker "John - you are not allow to talk about production". Just a little peeve, but the use of the Big Brother character kinda retains, in my opinion, the creepy thought that they are being watched and manipulated by someone. The general idea of the original programme.
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