Celebrity Big Brother Recap: Who Was Evicted?

We think it’s fair to say that Celebrity Big Brother has brought the drama throughout its first week on the air. 

We’ve had Brandi Glanville causing trouble, Omarosa wailing to Ross Matthews about how she would never vote for Donald Trump again and a big twist that allowed the head of household to be overthrown. 

The first big event of the episode was the Power of Veto competition, and if you’ve been keeping up with our Big Brother spoilers, you will already know how that played out. 

Keshia, James, and Chuck were players by default. Mark and Ari were picked by random draw, and Keshia chose Shannon to help her try and keep the nominations the same. 

Omarosa was tasked with hosting the competition that found the houseguests spelling the biggest word. Shannon emerged as the winner, successfully spelling out “responsibilities.”

That means Shannon won the first two competitions of the season and needs to dial it back a little if she has any hope of making it much further. 

Proving to be a competition beast in week one can be detrimental to your place in the game. It’s a good thing Shannon is in that all-female alliance because they should all keep each other safe. 

James and Ari came in the last place in the competition, so they had to wear baby costumes for 48 hours. They came to play Big Baby, it seems. 

The nominations were kept the same, meaning James or Chuck would be going home. This meant James was the likely one to go, but there were some last-minute discussions that made everyone question the target. 

Eviction One Votes:

  • Brandi Glanville votes to evict: Chuck
  • Ariadna Guiterrez votes to evict: Chuck
  • Omarosa votes to evict: James
  • Ross Mathews votes to evict: Chuck
  • Metta World Peace votes to evict: Chuck
  • Marissa Jaret Winokur votes to evict: Chuck
  • Shannon Elizabeth votes to evict: Chuck
  • Mark McGrath votes to evict: Chuck

By a vote of 7-1, Chuck was the first houseguest evicted from Celebrity Big Brother!

He was furious, but it was a last-minute blindside that will likely come back to haunt some of the players. 

Omarosa voting to evict James seemed like a strategic move to cause some unrest in the all-female alliance. It seems a bit early to be doing that, but we all knew she would be causing as much trouble as possible. 

The power is back up for grabs, and we cannot wait to see who has been crowned the next HOH. The results and should be announced today at some point. 

What do you think of the results?

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Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS. 


Arrow Season 6 Episode 13 Recap: The Devil’s Greatest Trick

Has the whole Cayden James plot been wearing you down?

If so, we are happy to report that Arrow Season 6 Episode 13 gifted viewers with a whole lot of twists. 

Cayden and his team decided to detonate the bomb to destroy Star City at midnight. This was in response to Vigilante turning against them. 

We took a trip to the past and found out that Cayden was working as a hacker, and it was getting in the way of his relationship with his son. 

He was missing his son’s basketball games, and disaster struck when the failing father was whisked away by ARGUS agents. The heartbreaking thing about it was Cayden later learned his son was murdered. 

Former Helix worker, Alena unmasked the murderer and confirmed he was none other than Karl Iscove. The trouble about all of it was that he was dead. 

Oliver took the real footage to Cayden who was shocked, but he told Oliver and Diggle to round up Anatoly, Diaz and Black Siren. 

Oliver managed to get the team together and got them to go after the three villains. 

Black Siren later admitted to being the one to order Owen’s murder, but Cayden seemed to think she was bluffing. 

Dinah was on hand to fight with Black Siren. She was still mad because Siren murdered Vincent on Arrow Season 6 Episode 12. 

Quentin appeared in the nick of time, but Dinah stole his gun and shot Black Siren. Afterwards, Quentin continued to have hope that there was some of Laurel inside the villain. 

Thus, he kidnapped her and took her well away from everyone. Will this end well for anyone, or will it all be a little too much to handle?

Elsewhere, Cayden was finally arrested and taken into custody. He chatted with Oliver and seemed like he genuinely wanted to help take down the others. 

Oliver agreed to let Cayden visit his son’s grave because he understood how difficult it was to be apart from a family member. 

However, Ricardo Diaz later made his way into where Cayden was being held and admitted that he was the one who killed Owen and that he took great pride in it. 

Ricardo then said that Star City was going to be taken over and that he would be the one in power. Before Cayden got a chance to respond, the new villain stabbed him to death. 

Who would have thought we would be losing the villain this early in the season?

Hit the comments!

Arrow airs Thursdays on The CW. 


Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Episode 12 Recap: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Who won the surgical competition? 

That was the big question on Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Episode 12, as the doctors inside Grey Sloan Memorial went out of their way to level the playing field and emerge with a win. 

If you watch Grey’s Anatomy online, you will know that April has been struggling to keep the faith after three of her patients died in one day. 

This has resulted in viewers getting to see a different side of the character, and it’s obvious she does not care about the way people view her any longer. 

This new April has been sleeping with an intern, and even struggled to find a way to deal with the all of the doctors who showed up late to the big meeting. 

“Good God, I’ve created a monster,” Webber said as he realized the severity of what April was going through. Maybe he should have dealt with the competition on his own instead of delegating his tasks. 

April was not the only one struggling with losing patients. Arizona’s heart was also feeling heavy, and it sent her back to her ex-girlfriend, Carina DeLuca. 

Arizona wanted to find a way to reduce mothers dying during and after childbirth, and given Carina’s experience, she asked her to partner with her for the contest. 

Carina accepted, and the two women wound up making out later in the episode. They are a breath of fresh air. 

Then there was Bailey, who was still coming to terms with her ordeal at the hands of downright terrible doctors on Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Episode 11

While she was under strict orders to rest up, she tasked Levi with bringing her things from the hospital to conduct a study of her own. 

However, the intern was not allowed to tell anybody about it because Ben and everyone in the hospital wanted her to recuperate following her ordeal. 

“What happens here, stays here. No one needs to know what we do in this room,” Bailey said to Levi. 

The intern thought Miranda was coming on to him and you could tell he felt strange about everything. Yeah, keep dreaming, Levi. 

Finally, Jo Wilson was feeling happy because she could enter the competition with Meredith and not worry about her name being featured in the press. 

This was a big contrast from earlier in the season when Meredith had to keep Jo’s name and picture out of the paper because she was living in fear that Paul was going to return. 

Thankfully, Paul is gone, and he will never harm her again. 

Okay, Grey’s Anatomy Fanatics! What did you think of the latest episode?

Who will win the award?

Hit the comments below. 

Grey’s Anatomy returns in March. 


Celebrity Big Brother Recap: Was the Recast Twist Used?

Julie Chen always says to “Expect the unexpected” when it comes to twists on Big Brother. 

The celebrity edition of the hit series is no different, and we picked up with Shannon Elizabeth’s big win becoming a big question mark. 

That was because one houseguest had the power to overthrow her as Head of Household if they had the right swag in their golden bag. 

“Normally, I give my gift bags to my housekeeper because it’s full of crap, but this one I might actually want,” said Brandi with a grin. This woman is not pleasant. 

The women worried that their grip on power in the house was drawing to a close, so they reeled Ross Matthews into their alliance. 

For those keeping score at home, a 7-person alliance almost never works. But maybe the women and Ross can prove otherwise. 

In a surprising turn of events, Mark offered Shannon to be a pawn, and that made things a whole lot easier for her when it came to nominating houseguests for eviction. 

Metta already wanted to go home, so the ladies realized they could throw him up, and if the opportunity presented itself, they could backdoor James and send him out of the house first. 

Marisa decided against using the recast twist, and it proved she did not want to get blood on her hands so early in the game. She’s one of the more analytical houseguests. 

With most of the women asking to use the recast twist, it was revealed during the nominations ceremony that Keshia was the lucky victor. 

But she shocked everyone when she put James and Chuck on the block. What was the point in her not putting the others up?

Maybe it was to try and act like she was not in an alliance with all of the women, but it would have made so much more sense to go for Metta and Mark. 

Why give Jason the opportunity to play for Veto? He’s already a threat and has clashed with multiple of the females, so why not make sure he goes home?

Obviously, the women have all the votes right now, but much can change in a few days in the house. James is going to manipulate his way off the block.

Aside from the gameplay, Omarosa and Ross had a tearful chat about the White House. Omarosa confirmed that she would never vote for Trump again and that everyone should be worried about his power. 

Things took an explosive turn when Keshia asked about the White House, and good old O thought she was being confronted by someone. 

Omarosa brought up Keshia supporting Bill Cosby during his multitude of sexual assault cases, and well, both women retreated. 

We are just two episodes in, and the cracks are already starting to form. 

Who do you think will be evicted first? 

Hit the comments below. 

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The Four Recap: And the Winner Is…

It was the end of the line for three of the competitors on The Four during Thursday night’s freshman finale. 

Host Fergie and panelists Sean “Diddy” Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor were all part of the show’s finale, but Charlie Walk was nowhere in sight in the midst of sexual harassment allegations. 

Evvie McKinney, Zhavia, Candice Boyd and Vincint Cannady were the final four vying for a record contract and the title of iHeartRadio’s On the Verge artists. 

Simply put, it is one of the better prizes in the world of singing competitions, and one that should give the lucky victor some staying power. 

The first round of the finale found each of The Four performing and the audience voting for their favorite. That then allowed the winner of the round to choose who they went up against. 

Boyd – “Don’t Speak” by No Doubt

Boyd has gone from strength to strength throughout her time in the competition. Her performance was her best one yet. 

McKinney – “Proud Mary” by Tina Turner

McKinney turned in a phenomenal performance that got everyone talking. The judges, the audience, and even Fergie seemed in awe of her talent. 

“That performance was fearless,” Combs said while Trainor added, “That was my favorite performance on this stage throughout the entire season.”

Cannady – “Creep” by Radiohead

Cannady took a considerable risk performing this number, but he delivered in winning fashion. Everything about it was polished, and it proved the talent on this show is better than the others. 

Zhavia – “One Dance” by Drake

This was one was quite a shocker. Zhavia has proven time and time again that she’s a force to be reckoned with. However, this was performance was a dud. 

Nothing about it had star quality, and the judges seemed to agree. 

McKinney was crowned the winner of the first round, and she asked to compere against Zhavia. It made sense because Zhavia was having a terrible night. 

Zhavia – “Man Down” by Rihanna

Zhavia attempted to right the wrongs of her previous performance with a Rihanna number. It was better than her Drake cover, but still, something seemed off. 

McKinney – “Ain’t No Sunshine” by Bill Withers

McKinney continued to dominate the competition with this latest performance. Zhavia should be very worried. 

The judges got to pick who they wanted to advance, and they went with McKinney. There would have been a riot if they voted the other way!

The next head to head found Cannady being left out in the cold and sent home. 

That meant the final two were McKinney and Boyd. The panelists decided to give McKinney the win, and it was well deserved. 

What did you think of all the action?

Hit the comments below. 

The Four continues this summer on Fox. 


Riverdale Season 2 Episode 13 Recap: The Darkness

Covering up a murder is no easy task, and the Coopers found that out the hard way on Riverdale Season 2 Episode 13

We picked up with Alice cleaning up the crime scene, and we learned that Chic was the one who carried out the killing. 

Betty sprung into action and helped her mother with the great clean-up operation. They had to rush the whole thing because Hal was coming over to collect toiletries. 

How convenient. Couldn’t he wait until after they got rid of the body? The hilarious thing about all of the drama was that Hal never thought to use his own set of keys to enter the house. 

Hal knew there was something amiss with his wife and daughter, so he turned to the town harlot, Penelope Blossom, to tell her he thought something was going on. 

Yes, Hal and Penelope are getting between the sheets, and Cheryl is mad. As if her family needs any more embarrassment, right?

But for Penelope, Hal was not just one of her clients. Their relationship had some meaning, but things are going to get crazy when Alice inevitably learns the truth. 

Betty is sworn to secrecy about it for now because she wants to keep Chick safe. Something tells us there will come a day that Betty tells Chic to get out of dodge. 

That kid is trouble, and Betty figured that out when she found out he had been buying drugs from the deceased man. When it rains, it pours, and things were not going well covering up the murder. 

Thankfully, FP helped out and buried the drug dealer in a manner that would destroy every fiber of his being. FP then putting his hand on Alice made it seem like there could be a relationship on the cards for them. 

That would be rather odd when you consider the fact that Betty and Jughead are a thing. That’s not stopped anybody in Riverdale before, so maybe it would fly. 

Elsewhere, Archie continued to get in too deep with Agent Adams. The detective stepped up the heat and told Archie to plant a bug in Hiram’s office because he was not getting the results he needed. 

Then, the detective hounded Fred to find out why he had been employing men on the construction site and paying cash in hand. This was enough to push Archie to reach out to Hiram. 

Hiram claimed that he would get a call in 24 hours and that everything would be fine. Archie was then whisked away to the middle of nowhere to meet “the boss.”

That turned out to be Hermione who revealed that Agent Adams was only there to ensure Archie was loyal to the family, so she officially welcomed the red-headed teen into the most corrupt family in town. 

Finally, Mayor McCoy resigned after a disagreement with the Lodges about when to announce the sale of Southside High. Jughead’s exposé was a catalyst for all of it. 

The lodges are ruling Riverdale, and nobody can stop them at this stage. 

What did you think of all the action?

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Riverdale continues Wednesdays on The CW!


Celebrity Big Brother Recap: Omarosa Forms an All-Female Alliance!

From the moment Julie Chen introduced us to the Celebrity Big Brother house, it was clear this was going to be a season like no other. 

Julie wasted no time in introducing us to the houseguests. They are Metta World Peace, Ariadna Guiterrez, Ross Mathews, Brandi Glanville Mark McGrath, Omarosa, Marissa Jaret Winokur, James Maslow, Keshia Knight Pulliam, and Shannon Elizabeth.

Yeah, it’s clear the producers scraped the bottom of the barrel with some of them, but Omarosa made it clear from the get-go that she was in the house to play. 

Her dress was just too much, but it showed she did not care about what the others thought of her. Omarosa wanted to have an all-female alliance to get the men out. 

In doing so, it revealed a glaring flaw in the format. There were six females and five males when the season kicked off. It’s certainly an odd number. 

Before Brandi entered the house, her stylist said she would need to keep her mouth shut, or she ran the risk of becoming an early target. She did not take that to heart and immediately started dragging James Maslow for speaking about his vocal range. 

Brandi felt like Mark McGrath should have been speaking about vocal range because he was in the business for a longer time. This rattled James, who told Mark he needed to win HOH and put up Brandi. 

Omarosa spoke to Shannon about creating an alliance with the ladies, and it became a reality a few scenes later. The men were too busy messing around to notice the women becoming a force to be reckoned with. 

At the HOH competition, Omarosa won immunity from the first eviction, and it allowed her to step out of the competition for the week. 

The houseguests had to hold on to a supersized award for dear life. The women dominated the competition, and it came down to James and Shannon. 

James was visibly struggling and tried to cut a deal with Shannon to keep him safe, but Omarosa interjected, saying that James was close to falling so a deal would be unfair to Shannon. 

In a confessional, Omarosa dished that she knew she did not want to align with James and that’s why she shut down the dealmaking during the competition. 

Shannon won the first HOH of the season, but Julie dropped a bomb of epic proportions on the houseguests. They all had to pick a gift that would have some Big Brother swag or a game-changing twist. 

That twist would allow the lucky recipient to overthrow the HOH and become the one in power for that week. James knew the odds were stacked against him, but the episode concluded before we got down to it. 

What did you think of the opener?

Will you continue watching?

Hit the comments below!

If you want to find out what happens next, have a look at the spoilers below!


The Flash Season 4 Episode 13 Recap: The Great Escape

Amunet continued to cause some trouble on The Flash Season 4 Episode 13 as she made her decision about Barry and the other metahumans holed up inside Iron Heights. 

When the episode got underway, Cecile still had mind-reading abilities as a result of recent events and heard all about the warden’s plan to get rid of the metahumans and make a quick buck. 

Thanks to Cisco, Ralph learned that he was able to shape-shift into anybody, but involved a whole lot of concentration. This gave Team Flash the leverage they needed to try and get something done about Barry. 

Ralph tried to bring the deal between the warden and Amunet to a grinding halt, but things took a wild turn, and his likeness to the warden started to waver. 

His failure only served to make Ralph question everything, and a chat with a former friend made him wonder whether leaving his life of crime behind was really the best foot forward. 

Back inside the prison, Barry managed to escape from his cell after things got a little too convenient for him. The warden then dished to the others that Barry is the Flash. 

While a debate ensued about who could really be trusted, DeVoe appeared and tried to take down everyone. However, he managed to take on the form of someone Barry grew close to. 

Poor Becky.

Cisco and Killer Frost made their way to the scene of the crime and attempted to get Barry out of jail once and for all, but the fastest man alive was not ready to leave the life behind bars. 

All was right, however, because Cecile went to the courthouse to appeal the ruling and she was greeted by none other than DeVoe. In reality, Ralph had taken on the appearance of the villain. 

The judge is blindsided, but there’s nothing else that can be done, and Barry is officially let out of his jail cell, but will it be for good?

Marlize was not impressed with the way things were going, and DeVoe took notice of it. He didn’t want anyone to ruin their plans, so he slipped some drugs into her drink. 

Yes, The Flash is trying to be a daytime soap opera, and we’re all for it. If it ups the ante, then who are we to judge? 

While Team Flash celebrated their small victory, Barry got thinking about what was going to come next from the villain because it all seemed a little too easy. 

The episode closed with Barry wondering if The Thinker is going to do something to Ralph. Worse than that, Ralph could have already been compromised. 

And so, the big win became a great paranoia for some of the characters. 

What did you think of the episode?

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The Flash continues Tuesday nights on The CW!


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 8 Recap: Petty Mess

Dorit Kemsley is not a great singer. 

That much was revealed when The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 8 got underway. 

PK was still talking about his big birthday bash and confirmed that Boy George thought she was a terrible singer. 

Surprisingly, Dorit did not seem to care about what her husband was saying and continued with her day. 

If you watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills online, you will likely recall Dorit throwing a party and performing with Boy George as a gift to PK. 

You would think PK would have been nicer about the whole thing because his wife went above and beyond to make his day special. 

Dorit met up with Kyle Richard and Lisa Vanderpump, and they got talking about the lawsuit against Ken Todd. 

Lisa was quick to point out that that the lawsuit had been dropped, and all seemed right in the world. 

Then, Dorit let Kyle know she was mad that she got involved in everything that happened with Teddi. Dorit later claimed Lisa Vanderpump did not love Kyle the way Kyle loved her. 

It was an awkward scene, and Lisa was not impressed and subsequently made her exit from the situation because she was angry at the way things went down. 

Lisa dished in a confessional that she was upset at the way her supposed friends took no interest in the lawsuit being dropped. They are supposed to be her friends. 

Dorit then told Kyle that Vanderpump had told her things about her childhood, and Kyle was not amused because she felt like Vanderpump had betrayed her. 

There are reasons for keeping things on the down low from close friends, and it seemed bizarre that Kyle would turn on her friend that way. 

Later, Dorit, Kyle, Vanderpump and Erika Jayne made their way to Teddi’s beach house to have a little break from the outside world. 

Lisa was quick to bring up the whole lunch date that went awry. Dorit and Kyle countered that Lisa was only mad because the attention wasn’t on her. 

“If Dorit was sitting there crying, would you have gotten up and left?” Kyle asked Lisa as the argument intensified. 

“I don’t know,” Vanderpump admitted. 

It’s random that these two were even arguing in the first place, but at least they put their feuding aside before the night was over. 

Something tells us Dorit will continue to stir the pot. She didn’t mix it nearly enough at the beach house because it’s not like we got another argument between her and Teddi. 

Maybe that’s being saved for an upcoming episode, but the show needs some drama. You know times are tough when even Kyle and Lisa V are getting into petty arguments. 

It’s like the producers are trying everything to inject some life back into the show. The cast could be doing with a refresh, and that’s not to say Teddi should go. 

Teddi is the most down-to-earth housewife in the history of the series and does not seem to be as excited about wealth as her fellow cast members. 

Nothing is happening on the show anymore that’s worth talking about. Not even Lisa Vanderpump’s witty one-liners can save it at this stage. 

Maybe Brandi Glanville should re-join the cast, and we would have a show worth watching again. 

What do you think of the latest drama? Does the cast need to be revamped?

Hit the comments. 

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills continues Tuesdays on Bravo!


The Bachelor Recap: City of Fright

Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s season of The Bachelor is building toward an epic conclusion – one The Bachelor spoilers have already spelled out.

If you haven’t read any Bachelor spoilers, well, you’re not gonna believe who we see Arie Luyendyk engaged to … or the aftermath.

For now, though, we’re sticking to the task at hand – recapping the latest and greatest moments of Arie’s debacle … sorry, journey.

On The Bachelor Season 22 Episode 6, the crew traveled to Paris and took a trip down the Seine River, and to the Moulin Rouge.

Most significantly, Krystal and Kendall were chosen for the dreaded two-on-one date, and let’s just say it lived up to expectations.

Krystal, who’s made a habit of rubbing people the wrong way and is seen as the season’s villain by many fans, came in confident.

Kendall had other ideas.

Arie also started to develop some more doubts of his own, regardless of his feelings for Kendall, about Krystal’s obvious insecurity.

Krystal, who already dug herself a deep hole with her shenanigans last week, implied that Arie wasn’t smart enough for Kendall.

Not usually a way to turn a guy on.

Then she turned the tables around and insinuated that Kendall wasn’t good enough for him because she wasn’t ready for marriage.

Basically, they would be a horrible match! What is she even doing on this date? Just give me the rose now, Arie! Now!!! Please?

The comment about Kendall’s readiness for marriage was particularly dubious, since it was based on zero knowledge whatsoever.

Whether she’s ready for that kind of commitment or not, Kendall certainly showed maturity beyond her years in how she handled Krystal.

Rather than rage, she reacted with compassionate advice; Krystal perceived this as patronizing, but that’s how bullies should be handled.

Anyway, Arie sent Krystal home. It had to be done.

In a sense, it seemed cruel to do this while Kendall was also present, but on the flip side, that likely helped guarantee his safety.

In other news, Arie told Lauren Burnham on an awkwardly quiet one-on-one date that he really “would love … for you to like me.”


Arie revealed for the first time that a previous girlfriend of his was pregnant with his child at one point but she suffered a miscarriage.

Lauren, meanwhile, was engaged to her last boyfriend. Heavy stuff, but the two forged a real connection and she took home the rose.

His other one-on-one date went to Jacqueline, who is apparently still on the show, and it was kind of a non-starter. Literally.

When he showed up for their date in a red convertible, the vehicle broke down before they even got out of the parking lot.

Rather amusing that the alleged race car driver couldn’t get it going, but hey, he’s a driver, not a mechanic, are we right?

The couple’s date went well at the end of the day; Arie can laugh at himself at least, and great memories can come from mishaps.

Jacqueline may be a bit late to the party as far as capturing Bachelor Nation’s attention, but she’s made it this far for a reason.

She could be a contender yet.

The big group date of the night was to the Moulin Rouge for a dance lesson involving obligatory ornate costumes and cattiness.

Plenty of awkwardness ensued.

America’s favorite marijuana farmer Bekah Martinez received the rose at this event, proving that she can clean up well!

At the stomach-churning rose ceremony, Arie sent Chelsea – the mysterious, maligned Maine mom – and Jenna home.

And then there were six …