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20 times Big Brother viewers complained about the CBS show to the federal government

“To Whom it May Concern, CBS has severely disappointed me.” So begins one of the many complaints filed with the FCC over the past five years about the CBS reality show Big Brother, whose content is subject to federal law because CBS broadcasts on public airwaves.

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Big Brother ‘never shied away’ from racism, Julie Chen Moonves claims. That’s total b.s.

Is Big Brother racist? Big Brother and CBS have spent most of the show’s life doing exactly the opposite of what host Julie Chen Moonves claimed in a BB23 interview that the show has done to address racism and other forms of bigotry.

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Big Brother’s first alliance has led to Mike Malin being found guilty of felony stalking

The first alliance in Big Brother history, BB2’s Chilltown, which led to a friendship between Dr. Will Kirby and Mike “Boogie” Malin that extended into the all-star BB7, has resulted in Mike being found guilty of felony stalking over threats he made toward Will and his family.

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