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'Big Brother 15': The Final 4 is revealed

It's time for a special eviction episode on "Big Brother 15." For once on a Wednesday, we have no idea what is happening on the show because the feeds have been down since yesterday in order to tape tonight's show.

However, now's a great time to sign up for the feeds becuase they come back tonight and then tomorrow we get the final Head of Household part I, which is generally an endurance competition. On to the show!

Nomination Fallout

When we last left the hamsters, Spencer was Hoh and had nominated GinaMarie and McCrae for eviction. Julie gives a live intro, but it's to a flashback, not a check-in with the living room. She weirdly walks from one TV showing the living to another showing the exact same thing. That was odd.

Anyway. In this flashback to noms, McCrae is still the target and he knows he needs to win
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Big Brother 15 Eliminated Judd Daugherty Tonight For Week 11,Andy Is New Hoh

Big Brother 15 eliminated Judd Daugherty tonight for week 11,Andy is new Hoh. Tonight's special live eviction show, kicked off with footage of what went down this past week in the house. GinaMarie and the rest of the exterminators did their best to try to convince McCrae that he would be safe even if he didn't win the Pov comp in an effort to cause him not to try as hard for it. However, he wasn't buying it for a second, and he knew he had to win the Pov to stay in the house. They also showed the end of Judd's workout punishments and GinaMarie and McCrae's stuck together punishment. After a break, they showed Big Brother 14 winner, Ian Terry ,hosting the crucial Pov comp. It was a physical/puzzle type challenge, and McCrae ended up,pulling out the victory to win the Pov and keep himself safe,and solidify his final 4 position.
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'Survivor' and 'Big Brother' stars compete at Risk for new 'Reality Gamemasters' web series -- Exclusive Video

'Survivor' and 'Big Brother' stars compete at Risk for new 'Reality Gamemasters' web series -- Exclusive Video
It’s the age-old reality TV debate: Where can the best TV game strategists be found — on Survivor or Big Brother? Well, that question may finally be answered on the new Reality Gamemasters web series. Debuting June 4 on realitygamemasters.com, Reality Gamemasters (which was funded through Kickstarter) pits three Survivor finalists (winners John Cochran from Caramoan and Sophie Clarke from South Pacific, as well as Tocantins runner-up Stephen Fishbach) against three Big Brother schemers (last season’s winner Ian Terry as well as former “America’s Player” Eric Stein and “Brigade” member Matt Hoffman). But the battlefield this time is
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Big Brother Winner Ian Terry: Dan Would Not Have Taken Me

Big Brother Winner Ian Terry: Dan Would Not Have Taken Me
Ian Terry entered the Big Brother house a self-proclaimed nerd, but 75 days later he left feeling more mature - and $500,000 richer. Terry, 21, beat out returning player - and former winner - Dan Gheesling to become the 14th winner of the CBS reality show Wednesday, with six of the seven jury members voting for him to take home the grand prize. The morning after his victory, the Tulane University engineering student spoke to People about his personal growth while in the house, what he plans to do with the money, and why he chose to stay loyal to Dan despite his history of betrayals.
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'Big Brother 14' winner Ian Terry 'pretty disgusted' by Dan's play, but no hard feelings

Ian Terry was crowned the winner of "Big Brother 14" by a 6-1 vote over runner-up Dan Gheesling, which Ian admits was a bit of a surprise to him.

How are you feeling? Is it just totally surreal?

"Amazing. It's totally unexpected. I had absolutely had no idea it was going to happen. Beautiful moment, it was great."

Were you surprised by the 6-1 vote?

"Yes. I did not expect a landslide, I thought it would be a lot closer or maybe even Dan winning, so I was definitely pleasantly surprised."

Did you ever consider taking Danielle to the Final 2?

"There was never any point in my mind where I considered taking Danielle to the Final 2. I gave my word to Dan and I was going to honor my commitment no matter what."

Did the level of animosity on the jury towards Dan surprise you?

"Yes, I actually was surprised. I
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The Strategy Behind Ian's 'Big Brother' Success Revealed

The Strategy Behind Ian's 'Big Brother' Success Revealed
Newly crowned "Big Brother" champion Ian Terry stopped by "The Talk" (Weekdays, 2 p.m. Et on CBS) on Thursday to talk to Julie Chen and her daytime co-hosts about his success on the reality show.

Ian defeated runner-up Dan Gheesling by a vote of 6 to 1, and although Dan's unpopularity with the jury seemed to be a contributing factor to his demise, Ian insisted that it was his winning strategy (creatively called "The Strategy") that won him the game.

The 21-year-old engineering student went on to demonstrate just how he'd schemed his way to the top. Pretty impressive, no?

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'BB14' Stars Break Down The Finale

'BB14' Stars Break Down The Finale
Big Brother reunited the fifteen houseguests who were not expelled (sorry Willie!) last night for the season 14 finale, which saw Dan and Ian face-off in the final two!

As we now know, Ian emerged victorious -- but there has been some debate amongst fans if his gameplay truly deserved to best Dan's. I caught up with Dan, Ian, Danielle, Britney and Shane to talk about the jury's verdict, who truly deserved to win and if Danielle truly has a shot with Shane now that they're outside the house!

Ian Terry

TheInsider.com: Congratulations on winning! How are you feeling right now?

Ian Terry: It's unreal. It's surreal. So it seeing different faces. This was a great experience, and now I'm looking forward to watching [the season] and finding out what actually happened, which will probably drive me crazy.

Insider.com: Has anyone given you hints as to what happened in the house since you've been out?

Ian: I got a
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Ian Terry: Winning 'Big Brother' Is Surreal!

Ian Terry: Winning 'Big Brother' Is Surreal!
Last night, a jury of 7 awarded Big Brother superfan Ian Terry with the ultimate viewer prize: half a million dollars and the title Big Brother 14 winner! ETonline caught up with the dazed and delirious 21-year-old after his victory in the Bb backyard to talk about his wild season, his winning moment and the origin of his Quack Pack nickname!

ETonline: Congratulations on winning! How are you feeling right now?

Ian Terry: It's unreal. It's surreal. So weird seeing different faces. This was a great experience, and now I'm looking forward to watching [the season] and finding out what actually happened, which will probably drive me crazy.

ETonline: Has anyone given you hints as to what happened in the house since you've been out?

Terry: I got a little bit of information from my parents just now and they said that had I not won that Shark Veto, I would have been gone. And had I not
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Big Brother 14 Has a Winner!

Big Brother 14 Has a Winner!
After 75 days, 16 houseguests and dozens of competitions, Big Brother 14 has a winner! Following last Thursday's elimination of their fellow Quack Pack alliance member Shane Meaney, the final three houseguests - Danielle Murphee, Ian Terry and returning player Dan Gheesling - battled it out for the final Head of Household of season 14. Spoilers ahead! Ian, 21, won the three-part competition and kept his deal with Dan, choosing to evict Danielle, who became the final member of the jury tasked with voting between the final two and awarding one of them the $500,000 grand prize. After a tense interrogation with Dan and Ian making their cases,
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Who Won Big Brother 14?

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Last night marked the end of the season for Big Brother 14, which means we won't be seeing the reality series again until next summer. I'm with you, that's a ways away. Fortunately, there is one good thing that comes with the season finale and that's that one of the sixteen houseguests who entered the Big Brother house this summer was crowned the wiinner and walked away with $500,000.   So who won Big Brother 14? It does my heart well to announce that Ian Terry, America's favorite science nerd, won by a vote of 6 to 1. He and Dan were the Final 2 (as we reported a couple of days back) with Danielle rounding out the Final 3. That's not to say Dan didn't play an excellent game. As much as I hate the guy, I can't help but feel like he deserved the money over Ian. Nevertheless, it is nice to see that all of
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Who Won 'Big Brother' Season 14?

Who Won 'Big Brother' Season 14?
After 75 days in the "Big Brother" house, 21-year-old Ian Terry was crowned the winner of Season 14, walking away with the $500,000 prize. Runner up was former winner-turned coach-turned player Dan Gheesling, who lost in a 6-1 vote -- a total 180 turn from his own season (10), in which he was unanimously elected the winner.

Third place went to Danielle Murphree, who cast the sole vote for her former coach. After both Ian and Danielle threw the first part of the final Head of Household competition to Dan, Ian won the second and third rounds, deciding to evict Danielle and take Dan (with whom he had a not-so-secret alliance) to the Final Two. It was a savvy decision on the part of the engineering student, since the jury's resentment for Dan over their own evictions swayed the votes in Ian's favor.

In addition, Frank Eudy was named America's Player and received $25,000. Earlier in the day,
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Who Won 'Big Brother' Season 14?

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Who Won 'Big Brother' Season 14?
After 75 days in the "Big Brother" house, 21-year-old Ian Terry was crowned the winner of Season 14, walking away with the $500,000 prize. Runner up was former winner-turned coach-turned player Dan Gheesling, who lost in a 6-1 vote -- a total 180 turn from his own season (10), in which he was unanimously elected the winner.

Third place went to Danielle Murphree, who cast the sole vote for her former coach. After both Ian and Danielle threw the first part of the final Head of Household competition to Dan, Ian won the second and third rounds, deciding to evict Danielle and take Dan (with whom he had a not-so-secret alliance) to the Final Two. It was a savvy decision on the part of the engineering student, since the jury's resentment for Dan over their own evictions swayed the votes in Ian's favor.

In addition, Frank Eudy was named America's Player and received $25,000. Earlier in the day,
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Big Brother 14 Finale: Past Champ Dan vs. Rookie Houseguests Ian and Danielle

Big Brother 14 Finale: Past Champ Dan vs. Rookie Houseguests Ian and Danielle
"I hope you're not too disgusted with me," Dan Gheesling pleaded tonight on Big Brother 14 as he entreated the jury one last time to hand him the $500,000 prize. And that about sums up what we were down to Wednesday on the show's season finale (don't cry, CBS has renewed it for next summer!)—the crafty, manipulative season-10 winner vs. the slightly more conscientious Danielle Murphree and Ian Terry. "He's going to leave a man one way or another, " ousted veteran houseguest Mike "Boogie" Malin said of Quack Pack leader Ian, who claimed that Dan gave him his grandfather's gold cross as collateral to ensure that he wouldn't vote Ian off the...
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Big Brother Finale Predictions!

The end is nigh!  Big Brother season 14 comes to an end tonight with Dan, Ian, and Danielle as the finale 3. The question is, who will be in the finale two?  And even then, who will be the winner.  Here's a quick reminder of where the players stand right now, along with some words of wisdom guesses on who has the best chance of winning.

Danielle Murphy

Sweet and innocent Danielle has been the quintessential Big Brother good girl. She has skated through mostly on the back of her easy going attitude, and the fact that she is pretty easy on the eyes.  Unfortunately she is naive to a fault, a big fault, and even now is being played by Dan.  Danielle can no longer compete in Hoh competitions, so she relies completely on Dan or Ian choosing her for final two.  Ian has already said he will not bring her,
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Who Will Win 'Big Brother 14'?

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Who Will Win 'Big Brother 14'?
The finale of Big Brother 14 airs Wednesday, September 19 at 9:30pm on CBS, and one of three HGs will win half a million dollars. Will it be Ian Terry, nerdy super fan who could become the youngest winner ever? Or will it be Danielle Murphree, the crying nurse pretending to be a kindergarten teacher even though no one believed her? Or will season 10 winner Dan Gheesling win the game for a second time?

Spoiler Warning: This article contains Big Brother 14 spoilers.
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?Big Brother: Good vs. Evil?: Who Would You Cast?

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On Big Brother 14, Ian Terry has speculated that an upcoming All-Stars season of the show should have a ?Good vs. Evil? theme where the house is divided in half, similar to when Survivor did ?Heroes vs. Villains.? Inspired by this idea, I?ve decided to pick seven heroes and seven villains who I?d most like to see on an All-Stars season if this were to happen.
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