RHAP blogger Enan Heneghan vlogs about this Big Brother 15 in his own unique way. Check out episode 6 of Big Bro Baby Bro.
RHAP blogger Enan Heneghan continues is Big Brother 15 analysis and parody video series, Big Bro Baby Bro.
Christopher Nolan brought Batman to a darker place than had ever been seen on screen before. But now, after considerable speculation, Warner Bros. has announced they’ve teamed up with SONY film to produce the next Batman reboot, which they plan on making even darker.
Big Bro’s Baby Bro: MupBig Babies (video inside)
Parasocializing 108 - Style
The game of Big Brother is spelled out for ya with an onslaught of features, figures and facets of the game in alphabetical order.
Coming up we have: Future Fight Preenactments, the DR of the day, Big Bro Breeders, the Cringiest Clip, Parasocial Prescriptions, Tweetjects, and finally, Big Brother: Special Guest Edition plays out at the end of the show with extra special guest, Poppy Montgomery.
What a great week to consider the culture of the Big Brother house now that America is the MVP. America’s character is given a chance to shine through the choice of this week’s third nominee.
So, as I read Big Brother 15 with a sense of its grander, literary worth, I knew I would eventually decipher whether or not the doings in the house reflect the times in which they are aired: Does Big Bro represent the now? It is all too common to hear competition reality programming referred to as a mini representation of how society functions, of how the fittest do survive; and with its present relevance in mind, I have tackled today’s headlines of The Daily Beast news website, considering if Big Brother truly is a microcosm of what is occurring in the world.
I have never been much of a math oriented guy, but I will say that quantifying the screen time of the recent nomination episode has aided in my qualifying it. When considering the intentions of Big Brother Editors and Producers last week, I looked at a simple count of the talking heads and the intimate scenes each houseguest was in during the episode.
Like the lonely bachelor Gepetto, Big Brother makes his own friends, and pulls the strings of all his little puppets. It is the rare puppet with the ability to tug back and meaningfully communicate with its creator.
A narrative examination of archetypes(common symbols or patterns) as seen in Big Brother would fall under three categories: setting, character and plot.