one terrible, horrible, no good, very bad mess.
A new winner wins, and new losers lose.
The Exterminators make one last attempt to exterminate McCrae. Plus: A peek inside Jury Purgatory!
McCrae fights for his life against the Exterminators. Can the Misfit Alliance make it to the Final four?
From McCranda to McSolo: McCrae is officially all alone in the Big Brother house
The second double eviction of the summer claims two major contenders. Can anyone stop the Exterminators?
Two lovers face off in an epic battle for survival. Whoever wins, they both lose.
A new alliance forms in direct opposition to McCrae and Amanda. But is it too late for Aaryn?
The house goes supernova as Elissa plots vengeance and Amanda goes Full Villain. Plus: The Return of Zingbot!
Helen makes a final play to rally the troops to her side. Meanwhile, a major twist promises to either explode the game or do absolutely nothing to the game.
The house cowers in terror when Amanda stops pretending to care what anyone thinks. Can Helen and Elissa survive her wrath?
McCranda's final-four deal is already paying off, as Aaryn does their bidding
The house explodes in a supernova of petty arguments, as a new mega-twist looms.
Andy squanders all of the power, while Amanda and Helen begin plotting their endgame
A double eviction leads to a shocking turn of events for one houseguest, while Helen proves once and for all that she runs the house
Absolute power corrupts absolutely, as Amanda descends into a paranoid rampage. Is the showmance over?
Candice attacks the wrong man, Spencer and Amanda squabble, and another houseguest takes the long walk home
Helen moves to cement her hold on the house. Meanwhile, America makes a surprising choice, and Howard makes no sense
Aaryn makes a last-ditch plea to save herself from the chopping block, while Elissa goes rogue
New alliances form and old friendships fracture, while the mysterious MVP twist leads to a surprising nomination
Aaryn's mean, GinaMarie's obsessed, and another contestant goes home
The houseguests conspire against Jeremy, and Kaitlin faces a difficult choice.
A shocking turn of events leaves alliances in tatters, while a new power player rises in the house
A fight breaks out over a bottle of wine, and a sudden groundswell of smart gameplay sends the first houseguest packing
McCrae can't keep his mouth shut, Elissa can't keep her sister a secret, and one contestant cannot spell a single word in the English language
One of the greatest seasons in reality TV history ends with lies, backstabbing, and a suicide spiral of betrayal. See you next summer, everyone!
Dan and Danielle wallow in the calm after the storm; Britney kicks a teddy bear's ass
Danielle makes a big decision. Or does someone else make the decision for her?
The final week begins with a tense veto competition, a decisive eviction, and an appearance by an extremely unimpressed Fierce Five
In this episode, Jenn cried. Dan cried. Ian cried. Shane and Danielle cried again.
In the second double eviction episode of the season, the Quack Pack tries to seize absolute power
The Quack Pack reunites, Ian avenges the loss of his "best friend"
Britney attacks Dan, Ian attacks Frank, and one contestant enters the cold, lonely jury house. Plus: The return of the Brigade!
In the most tense hour of the season, Frank and Boogie try to ferret out the turncoat who stabbed them in the back
Ian emerges as a power player after Nair-ing his armpits; Shane makes the game's first big move
An alliance crumbles, an unexpected showmance begins, and Joe suddenly becomes the most likable guy in the house
Frank regains control; the backyard is a "magical lemon-lime garden"
With his back against a wall, Mike Boogie makes a bold move against an old enemy. Plus: Two alliances form!
Two power players aim their venom at Danielle and Wil. Also: seagull poop!
A major twist completely shifts the power dynamics in the house. Who will dominate the new world order?
Janelle tries to keep her players safe, while Shane questions his alliance to Frank. Also, everyone plays Spin the Bottle
Shane must decide who will face eviction, and viewers learn more about the inner workings of Ashley
It's the southern belle versus the Staten Island sweetheart, as Danielle and Jojo make their final plea. Meanwhile, the show basically admits this whole coaching thing was a bad idea
Willie teaches us a valuable lesson: No matter how bad things are, they can always be worse
The Blonde Alliance takes aim at Boogie, while Boogie proves that his best days might be behind him
A new twist has the coaches competing as well, plus the first backstab of the season
A so-so season ends on a high note as a new champion is crowned. More importantly, Adam magically becomes less useless. It's a Christmas miracle!
One veteran heads to jury while the other positions herself for the win... and the newbies continue to play a sloppy game
The final four are revealed, and Adam suddenly enters the competition after almost two months in the house.
Rachel continues her late-season comeback run, and Tori Spelling swings by to make Adam's dreams come true.
One contestant tried to barter away her most beloved earthly possession to escape eviction. Rachel rolled her eyes.
The duo twist wreaks havoc in the house, and a momentous veto competition sets up this summer's endgame. Also, Adam does nothing.
We revisit the downfall of a power player, and welcome back an old twist
A double eviction proves power is short-lived in the 'Big Brother' house
Big Jeff promises to rid the house of floaters, and our favorite robot destroys everyone's self-esteem. ZING!
Jeff wins HOH, while Daniele's allies are thrown on the chopping block
It's the same story on a different day in the 'Big Brother' house
Shelly goes on a rampage, and Daniele rethinks her strategy. There is a zombie involved, somehow
A contestant falls on his own sword, and the gamechanging twist leaves the houseguests gasping for air
Rachel cries, Kalia cries, Jordan cries, Daniele laughs, Porsche stares vacantly, and one houseguest takes a ridiculous chance that is either brilliant or crazy...or maybe both
A power couple gets torn asunder, and a new twist promises to radically upend the game yet again. Will the twists never stop? (No. Never.)
In which Brendon tries to fool everyone, but mostly just fools himself.
After the houseguests fake-skied for a very... long... time, Daniele pulls a move that could be either awesomely game-changing or suicidal
Tempers flare as deceit is uncovered during the final days of the duos competition.
Daniele plays Iago to Rachel's Othello, which makes Jeff and Jordan a two-headed Desdemona. Shakespeare is fun!
Tonight's eviction proved a foregone conclusion, and Rachel pulled off a much-needed HoH win
Veterans continue to dominate as newbie alliances crack under pressure
The first houseguest elimination proves that the balance of power has shifted AGAIN.
Keith and Porsche desperately try to lose a competition, Jeff gives an inspiring half-time speech, and Dick disapparates
The house starts making alliances, talking about Botox, and squeezing a white liquid out of psychedelic cow costumes -- but stays mum on big off-air news
The houseguests reunite for the finale and the season's juicy secrets are spilled as one contestant walks away with the big prize
The final HOH is decided by a wild final guess, and that lucky winner bounds all the way to the $500,000 check
As Natalie gets engaged, she comes up with more fibs that make her partner Kevin wonder if he's hitched to the right wagon