• CBS wins the week, with help from CSI and Survivor at #8.

  • Fantasy Island will be coming back to NBC, but as a reality TV show.

  • Canada’s U8TV looking for eight new non-“hip and trendy” “Lofters.”

  • Temptation Island 2 couples and singles announced; debuts next Wed.

  • cast members who quit Russia’s Big Brother have to pay a fine.

  • Road Rules 10 concludes.

  • O-Town’s tour delayed; group sends a message to its street team.

  • The Runner had “a host…of problems.”

  • Survivor ratings up by 17 percent at one point, but still loses to Friends.

  • Elimidate Deluxe cancelled; repeats of Popstars 2 will air instead.

  • The Amazing Race’s “obnoxious jerks” may “take a toll on America’s image.”

  • Real World Chicago cast to perform tonight; cast likely works for the city.

  • is reality TV fading? if so, why?

  • Carl loses during a tie-breaking quiz, opts for more Gen-X criticism.

  • next Challenge includes two people from every season on two-person teams.

  • anthrax threat affecting mailed reality television show applications.

  • Eco-Challenge underway–with a new subtitle, “The Expedition Race.”

  • CBS confirms Survivor 4 location.

  • UK Big Brother’s Nasty Nick is dating The Sopranos’ Edie Falco.

  • Indian viewers are “savouring the taste of game and reality TV shows.”

  • editing of the Clarence incident is “yet another example of racial stereotypes.”

  • surfing and Star Wars: Brennan’s site.

  • trust fund created for Angel’s family.

  • Road Rules defends its title, beating The Real World in a competition.

  • Kaya wins The Weakest Link.