Posted by sean on June 5, 2006 at 9:05 pm in Big Brother with No Comments


What a frustrating episode of Big Brother this evening. A waste of my time watching the show, a waste of electricity used on my television and a waste of air space to send the signal to my satellite dish.

The vast majority of the episode was spent on a “He-said, She-said” argument about some pointless comment made towards that Scottish housemate Sam.

I cannot see myself lasting the remainder of the series. Already I am not really watching it. When it’s on I find myself listening to music with the TV on mute, browsing the net or blogging about how crap BB actually is.

The only comical highlight of the evening was poor little Welsh boy Glynn finally discovering life without his mother “I’ve finally learned how to boil an egg”. He is still struggling to wash his clothes using the BB washing machine. Maybe they don’t have washing machines in Wales, I didn’t see any when I went to Cardiff last month. Maybe they just wash in sheep dip?

Those unhappy with that last comment can send their moans to complaints@sparkster.net where I’ll happily redirect any issues to this brick wall…

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