“marked for banishment”: Will and Jordan.

“marked for banishment”: Will and Jordan.

In possibly the worst episode of Big Brother yet, the house guests nominated the others for banishment; now we get to decide (via a 900-number). After “big brother” (Julie Chen) told the cast who the chosen two were, the best discussion/argument of the series to date started: Jordan and Will demanded to know who voted for them, and the rest of the cast declined to talk, at least for a while. But thanks to the brains behind Big Brother, we only saw about 10 minutes of this on live TV, because that’s all the time the genius producers left. So the Webcast had to suffice after they went off the air mid-fight. Too bad they wasted the other 50 minutes on interviews with Dr. Drew (!), Karen’s husband and other uninteresting people.

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