Good evening, Yakksters! I know this is a little late, but you can blame Jarvis Johnson (see below) for wearing me out and making me unable to get this up earlier! With no haste, let’s get started. Click below for your REALITY CHECK and be sure to join us in our forums to discuss these shows and more!Details
Tonight is the LONG awaited night, the premiere of the 8th season of CSI: Miami! Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh! “We don’t get fooled again……..”
Here’s the listing for what’s planned in the Season 8 premiere, thankfully it DOESN’T look like Elizabeth Berkeley will be seen in it (thank GOD, please, make Julia GO THE HELL AWAY!)….
Yakksters, this Thursday’s “fan favorite” guests on Real Superpass have been confirmed, thanks to Joker’s Updates. Big Brother 11 Winner, Jordan, and fellow houseguest, Jeff, will be featured on Superpass this Thursday (Sept 24) from Seattle. Tickets are still available for those in the Seattle area. Let us know if you’re going! Come discuss this…Details
Survivor is ON! Yes, tonight, in just a few short minutes, Survivor Samoa premieres! Our very own Dagame puts up a show thread for each and every episode, and we’d love to have you join in the discussion! You can join us here for the premiere episode show thread titled “The Puppet Master”. Come join…Details
Attention Yakksters, thanks to our very own member Hapyhouswf, we have word that on October 4, 2009 Real will be bringing back ALL Big Brother 11 houseguests for a Q & A with fans on Real Superpass. Be sure to check out our forums and join us in all our great discussions!
Now that Big Brother is sadly over, the forum is buzzing with talk of the Amazing Race! Come on and join us!
STUDIO CITY, Calif. (CBS) ―
My friend/co-worker/favorite two-time Big Brother contestant Diane Henry is one of the smartest people I know; she competed on a CBS show before her employment at the company prohibited her from doing so (and came pretty darn close to winning the coveted $500,000 prize during Season 5, too).
I, on the other hand, am deeply saddened to be ineligible for one of the best reality shows on television: The Amazing Race. With mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer at the helm and jet-lagged contestants competing for $1 million every season, it’s no wonder the primetime hit – which takes viewers around the world from the comfort of their couches – has won all six Outstanding Reality Competition Program awards that have been given.
I recently sat down with host Phil Keoghan and all 12 teams competing on Season 15, which premieres Sunday, Sept. 27, at 8 p.m. on CBS 2. From Harlem Globetrotters to professional poker players, it’s easy to see why these unique contestants were selected. Meet them all:
Maria, 26, and Tiffany, 25
Hometown: Arcadia, Calif./Los Angeles, Calif.
Occupation: Professional Poker Players (Tiffany was the last woman standing at the World Series of Poker Main Event in 2008, an honor Maria held in 2007)
Relationship: Best Friends
Most likely to: play the other contestants
It’s Hump Day yet again … You know what that means Yakksters? *NO* the word hump has nothing to do with this. Minds out of the gutter please. It’s time for the next edition of Yak’s Reality Check! We’ve got a full lineup ahead of us, so click below and let’s get started. More updates to come! Don’t forget to come discuss in our forums!Details
Summer lovin’, had us a blast……..summer lovin’, happened so fast! Big Brother 11 is officially over and WOW, what a summer it was! We had tears, laughter, fights galore, and an expulsion!
But one thing’s for sure, it was the summer of JeJo! Or, if you prefer, Jordeff. Jeff has to be, by far, one of the most popular houseguests ever to come on Big Brother, as is evidenced by his CDT win AND tonight’s America’s Choice Favorite Houseguest win. Jordan also shared her modem of popularity, as she won the America’s Choice Jury Vote, which gave her the 5-2 win.
Jeff and Jordan weren’t your stereotypical showmance either. A showmance, by it’s very definition, is two people flirting and such in the Big Brother house, using each other to further themselves in the game while having no real romantic interest in each other. Jeff and Jordan, we truly believe, did have interest in each other and weren’t using each other. They truly cared for one another. Now that may not translate outside of the house but they had each other, in the game and outside the game as well…..in the human moments.Details
Tonight is THE night! Will Jordan or Kevin win part 3 of the final HOH competition? Who will they take? Will Natalie squeak by to the Final 2? Noone knows for sure yet, but here’s what we do know.
The show starts at 8/9 pm central, and Ahrean will have her final show thread of the season! Come to our forum, join us for the discussion and fun! Afterwards, head on over to the final lfu thread of the season, to join in on the Real events planned for afterwards. They’re going to be having live coverage of the finale BY interviews, party and more!Details
Be sure to join us tonight for our second to last show thread done by our very own fearless co-leader Ahrean! As we come to the end of our Big Brother inaugural season, we wanted to give a great big THANK YOU to everyone who’s joined us and registered, but also speak to those that have joined us as guests.Details
CBS Press Release:
CBS ORDERS MORE “BIG BROTHER”
Broadcast Hit/Internet Sensation To Return for 12th Edition in Summer 2010
Less than a week before the two-hour finale of “Big Brother 11,” CBS is already making plans for Big Brother 12. The network announced today it has ordered another edition of the hit reality series for broadcast in the summer 2010.Details
CBS Press Release:
BIGGER PREMIERE, FASTER COURSE,
ONE TEAM GOES HOME BEFORE LEAVING THE STARTING LINE
CBS Announces the 12 Teams Racing in the 15th Installment Of The
Emmy Award-Winning Series “The Amazing Race” Premiering on Sept. 27
CBS today announced the 12 Teams set to compete in THE AMAZING RACE 15, which premieres with a special two-hour episode on Sunday, Sept. 27 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. 2009 Emmy Award nominee, Phil Keoghan, is the host.
Contestants will travel one of the fastest courses ever assembled on the Race — spanning eight countries in just 21 days. Season 15 also features the quickest elimination in the history of the series, sending one Team home before they leave the starting line. Teams fortunate enough to avoid the surprise elimination and compete for the $ 1 million prize will face the “Switchback,” which sends Teams back to the site of one of the series’ most infamous Roadblocks, as well as a surprise appearance by one of America’s most beloved entertainers, a visit to the world’s tallest building and a spicy twist on a Japanese game show.Details
Thanks to our very own member “Yellowdog,” the Yak brings you this BREAKING news! Ellen DeGeneres will be replacing Paula Abdul on American Idol this winter. She’ll join Randy, Kara, and Simon at the judge’s table to offer her insight on the upcoming season. “Hopefully I’m the people’s point of view because I’m just like…Details
Happy Hump Day, Yakksters! As the fall season creeps up on us ever so quickly (read: TONIGHT even!), we wanted to start something new here at the Yak! Every Wednesday, we’re gonna call you all over for your own “reality check!” The Yak is going to be your one stop shop for everything reality and then some! If you’re crazy in the head enough, click below and be sure to join us in our forums! We’d love to hear from ya!Details
Yakksters! The Amazing Race 15 is just around the corner! CBS has finally released photos and bios of the contestants. Click here to see who we’ll love, hate, and love to hate this season! Come join us in our forums as we get excited for this new season! The Amazing Race premieres Sunday, September 27 @ 8PM on CBS!Details
Last night was Part 1 of the 3 part final HOH competition. It started immeditaly after Michele Noonan’s eviction. The competition was called “Log Jam” and the concept was for the contestants to hang onto a key that was strung up over them, while walking on a log that spun.
They also had wind, leaves, rain, “snow” and even ice thrown at them; whilst production had fun making the log spin in different directions, at different paces and even stopping/starting it suddenly.
Now here’s the thing. At the start of the competition Julie Chen stated that the contestants had to have at least one hand HOLDING the key at all times, or they’d be disqualified. At various points during the competition, Natalie was observed shaking and flexing one hand, hanging on with the other BUT, if you take a look at the two pictures shown below, you’ll see that she was hanging onto the ROPE and NOT the key itself. It appears as though her pinky or glove was touching the key, BUT noone can tell us that this constitutes her actually hanging onto the key.