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Entry into the Big Brother House (2001)



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Credited cast:
Gretel Killeen ...
Herself - Host
Himself - New Zealand Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Cass ...
Himself (as Johnnie)
Christina Davis ...
Herself (as Christina)
Sara-Marie Fedele ...
Herself (as Sara-Marie)
Jemma Gawned ...
Herself (as Jemma)
Todd James ...
Himself (as Todd)
Blair McDonough ...
Himself (as Blair)
Andy Silva ...
Herself (as Andy)
Damon Silva ...
Himself (as Damon)
Gordon Sloan ...
Himself (as Gordon)
Lisa Standing ...
Herself (as Lisa)
Peter Timbs ...
Himself (as Peter)
Sharna West ...
Herself (as Sharna)
Ben Williams ...
Himself (as Ben)


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25 April 2001 (New Zealand)  »

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Free to Air DISGRACE
3 January 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Another one of these fake reality TV shows designed to rob the Australian teenager of 55c to vote someone off this show. The producers are making MILLIONS of Dollars off people too stupid to realise they are being legally robbed.

SPOILERS SPOILERS What happens is this. A group of people are locked away in a large house with every room being constantly monitered by closed circuit and infra-red TV. These can be monitored by members of the public who subscribe to the internet site that these bozos run. After a week, whoever you want to leave the house, you send an SMS message (at a cost of 55c) to a special number. The housemates have a say, viewers get a list to vote for, they spend their money, and off someone goes. The final contestant after some 3 months wins $250,000. It wouldn't suprise me to find out the entire thing is rigged just to keep those messages and votes coming in. ABSOLUTE GARBAGE. Hang your head in shame Channel 10.

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