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I imagine she got pretty upset about the megaphone message and she brings it up (Shut my mouth, she thinks she's been dating, lol such denial and lying. Alexander Emric (or Emerick) Jones (born February 11, ) is an American radio show host He has claimed that several governments and big businesses have colluded to Jones said he is "proud to be listed as a thought criminal against Big Brother". . He was charged with operating a megaphone without a permit. Jun 17, According to this list, there have been 61 sets of brothers in the NBA, some Klay's older brother Mychel plays mostly for the D-League and.

I could have handled it better. He was charged with operating a megaphone without a permit. Two others were also cited for disorderly conduct when his group crashed a live television show featuring Geraldo Rivera.

In an article, one of Jones' fellow protesters said, "It was Jones denied the allegations. Inthe show attracted around 2 million listeners each week. Bunch has also stated that Jones "feed[s] on the deepest paranoia". InfoWars Jones is the publisher and director of the Infowars. These products are marketed through the Infowars website and through advertising spots on Jones' show. They include dietary supplements, toothpaste, bulletproof vests and "brain pills," which hold "an appeal for anyone who believes Armageddon is near", according to Medick.

These included a product named Survival Shield, which was found by Labdoor to contain only iodineand a product named Oxy-Powder, which comprised a compound of magnesium oxide and citric acid; common ingredients in dietary supplements.

Labdoor indicated no evidence of prohibited or harmful substances, but cast doubt on Infowars' marketing claims for these products, and asserted that the quantity of the ingredients in certain products would be "too low to be appropriately effective". Boogie during an argument with Frank and Ian. This is the Big Brother house. We can bounce checks. Britney talking about Janelle's lack of emotions. Boogie sitting in the diary room saying that he drafted the brains and the brawn.

Pan out to Frank in a spiritard and Ian in a dog suit. Joe's bizarre Tall Tales. Zingbot returns for his third time to deliver more glorious zings, but the best one by far, even considered so by the houseguests, was the one for Danielle. Hey Danielle, I heard Shane's getting you something after the game Britney zings Boogie by saying Boogie's eyes are too busy looking up due to his Botox.

Ashley epically failing at the veto challenge. Then after the veto When Joe's family was introduced, suffice to say, he gets a few zings from his own family.

Joe's kids even got in on the act, and say " Turn down the volume! Heck, Joe's wife even says that amongst the gameplay advice she'd give is to turn down the volume. Joe's son says to shave that white-thing on his face.

Jenn trying to squeeze the lemon juice from Danielle in a Have Have Not challenge. Understand that this is pretty hot on the heels of Danielle getting over some ignorance of lesbians, and in a challenge where one person is to help other teammates wring out a padded suit wring out lemonade that they are soaking u. Boogie gives a really really rude bye message to Janelle. Britney gets back at Boogie by giving him a similar burn.

Joe's goodbye speech, which he was forced to make after a physically challenging veto competition, consisted of him pantomiming "kick her out and keep me". The Brigade making a cameo. Joe and Jenn fall off the endurance challenge before the live show's even over. Frank's been more than willing to wear silly costumes, such as a carrot suit and the unitard.

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He even tried to lobby for his safety while wearing said Carrot-suit, and admitted people would take him more seriously. After Jessie's fifth-time returning, he leaves out the front door and Frank says the one thing we've been wanting to say to Jessie since And don't come back! While attempting to have a private conversation with Dan, Jenn accidentally closes the door on Ian's fingers.

At the nomination ceremony, Joe puts himself in the nominee seat before Dan has even announced who he nominated. During the second eviction, the houseguests take their time coming to the living room, so Julie hilariously says "In the living room.

Danielle's epic Jaw Drop when Dan, widely recognized as one of the all-time most cunning houseguests, blindsides Shane mere moments after a deal was struck to eliminate Ian. Cut to her crying in the Diary Room. Andy says, "It's not every day you get to see baby pictures of the devil". The Devil referring to Aaryn. Amanda saying she was afraid that Clowny, Aaryn's stuffed clown, would come to life and kill people. Julie Chen zings Aaryn, Jessie, and Nick. Howard decides to throw the have not competition just to make sure Aaryn and Gina Marie are have nots Aaryn's fight with Amanda.

What game do you think you're playing? Week four, wherein America was the MVP and they got to vote on the nominee and subsequent replacement.

Hilariously, enough people voted Elissa that she got nominated. Aaryn won head of household once more Then he gradually slides into the shot. Amanda has a lot of fun with it!

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Andy talking about how the hammock is his place to relax and think about things Everyone cracking up during the Week 6 nomination ceremony. Production even had the dramatic music suddenly die out when Judd started laughing.

Helen and Gina Marie have a heart to heart discussion about one another's families. When Helen brings up that her Korean mother has difficulty understanding English, GM comments that it " would be like living in a different country ".

Amanda has gone flying off the deep end and tormented Elissa so much the other houseguests save showmance McCrae secretly decide to get rid of Amanda instead. As soon as Amanda leaves, Judd gives her a very well-deserved middle finger behind her back Before Amanda's eviction, Elissa trades her who decides to keep her further wedding ring with Amanda's wedding band as a promise.

Why it is funny? Judd's punishment of the "Gift of health", repeatedly annoying him in the diary room. While what he said into it is extremely blue, there is something hilarious about Spencer thinking if he uses McCrae's body mic, he can become the actual voice of McCrae. Joey assuming the powerful male alter ego "Alex" to campaign to stay inside the house. All she manages to campaign to the house is that she's completely lost it.

big brother 17 megaphone dating

Everyone thinking Donny is ex military - the editors had so much fun with that. Bonus points because they're completely wrong. Nicole being punished by being turned into a frog as the dethroned HOH of Week 3.

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Devin broke the door on the way to the veto competition. Devin lets go of the doorknob and entire thing, complete with face plate, rips out of the door music cuts out for an awkward pause as Devin looks at what just happened Devin: Broke the door handle Jocasta's hysterical tears after Donny shows her he won the veto, with the background music changing to Narmy violins.

It's immediately followed by Cody busting in to do a Chippendale striptease to cheer her up. While Julie was talking about how Hayden and Nicole's votes might align, Hayden and Nicole can be seen frog-hopping to each other. Victoria does it a few weeks later by doing a funny walk when Julie Chen isn't looking.

Zach's "fruit loop dingus" speech. Nicole trying to drink from a tankard and the lid fell right on her nose. Cody getting the " penalty kick " punishment. Likewise, Nicole suffers the wrath of the "Germitard". And poor Brittany has to kick and score 2, goals in 24 hours. Zach makes it easier for her by lining his face up behind the goal Nicole sending a pool ball right into Hayden's crotch.

While sleeping, Cody accidentally whacks himself in the face, looks around confused for a moment, the immediately goes back to sleep. Zach's eviction, which consists of said evictee throwing food at the remaining houseguests.

He also leaps up immediately without Julie even telling him he's evicted, causing her to laugh. Frankie even holds his mouth open for some Froot Loops. Say what you will about Jocasta, she had some pretty funny diary room entries, where she got "phone calls". What was extra funny about these was that of all people, it was Jocasta, who wasn't much of a joker to the house.

You call them ZACH! Zach's expression sinks and the houseguests laugh and jeer like hyenas; Kathy points at Zach while he droops his head down, then she struts right up to him Cody being told he's made no enemies While the season overall has gotten pretty boring, the diary room entries have gotten to be quite hilarious - among these being Frankie saying "I will win this competition, I'm good at numbers!

Jocasta "looks" for a knockout token in the trash, then immediately dumps all the trash on the ground.

Victoria becomes the editor's chew toy, being portrayed as useless in competitions, and completely clueless as to what is happening behind the scenes. Frankie hitting the Rewind button without realizing he was effectively destroying his own game. Probably the best comeuppance all season.

The look on Cody's face when he was told he had to put the dinosaur suit back on. The entirety of the jury segment right before the Rewind twist had several: Zach entering the jury house and being greeted with a birthday gift Donny imitating Christine's laugh, only for Christine to walk right into the area, and then getting the cold shoulder from all of the jurors.

When the jurors watched the video clip of Christine winning the bomb defusing veto, Donny can be seen muttering "Turn it off. Hayden asks Christine about liking people in dinosaur costumes a direct reference to Codyand Donny immediately responds with "Do you have an attorney?

This one was confirmed to be true. There's something entertaining about Season 2's winner and fan favourite Evil Dr Will's conversation with the Jury of Season 16, as the Jury members essentially bash the exact kind of game Will himself played and won 14 years earlier by winning absolutely no in-game competitions and very secretly being The Chessmaster.

Whenever they'd talk negatively about how Derrick The Chessmaster and Victoria who won no competitions at all played, Will would just ask, with everyone almost talking over him, "Yes, but is that a bad thing? Johnny Mac and Becky's skit for dealing with an awkward date. Johnny Mac waking up to Jace While Jace is wearing a sleep mask and the two are sharing the same bed. After Da'Vonne gets the last laugh and answers the phone on the right moment she does a funny Happy Dance.

Steve is playing with the vases in one of the rooms, and the announcer comes on and says, "Steve, stop that. Almost anything that comes out of Johnny Mac's mouth.

big brother 17 megaphone dating

John, Jason, and Liz's "Whackstreet Boys" punishment. Audrey's Villainous Breakdownconsisting of her wafting around the house in a gray blanket like a shroud and sunglasses and becoming a ghostly presence to all as she wallows in misery and bunkers down in the Diary Room.

While trying to convince James to replace either herself or Clay with Austin, Shelly tells him that Austin's wrestling alter-ego was named Judas, and implies that this alone is enough to make him untrustworthy.

Have you partaken in any narcotics today, Shelly? Becky's super casual reveal that she got hit by a train. James not knowing what brussel sprouts were when they showed up in Becky's HOH bag.

James talking about his daughter is mostly heartwarming, but it's funny due to him describing how he found out about her nine months after a one-night stand. I walk into the hospital in a daze and they go "Are you alright? I have a daughter". How'd They Do That? It was a short-lived spin-off of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition that featured extra behind-the-scenes footage of what had happened in that week's episode. An occasional special would feature The Muppetsproperty of ABC, engaging in comical scenes with the design team.

However, their scenes were usually filmed after the renovation. Production[ edit ] Host Ty Pennington during an episode shooting, January Two episodes in two different cities are shot at the same time a few days apartusing two different production crews. There are also two groups of designers. Ty Pennington flies back and forth between the cities to do the "door knock", the braveheart march, and the "reveal", as well as to finish up work on his projects, which he mentions and gives walk-throughs in his magazine.

The amount of work that Ty and the design team put into the house itself and the projects they take on depend mostly on the amount of filming needed to be done. In some circumstances, such as smaller makeovers or makeovers scheduled to be two-hour episodes, the lead designers lay out a general idea for their projects, and the show's backup designers take over.

Generally, the lead designers are notified in advance of the makeover recipients, to enable them to start their plans ahead of time.

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At several makeovers, they have been criticized for never doing any work at all, and just being there to put on a show. Induring the makeover for the Carter Family in Billings, Montanaa local radio DJ accused Pennington of using a spray can of grease on his face to make it look like he was really working, only to be confronted over the air by Pennington himself, who called in from the construction site. While creating a wood carving of the American flag, Sanders removed part of the guard for a hand-held wood grinder, which led to him slicing one of his hands open.

Pennington works on the show over days out of the year, while the remaining designers work in shifts. During the production season, crew members work for two weeks, then are off for one week. The show usually begins shooting in June and goes through March or April, leaving one to two months of downtime. During the off-season, crew members occasionally work on pre-season episodes.

Location managers work constantly, often spending a month in a city before selecting it as the next site. ABC received thousands of applications from families in need, and the team said that it was extremely hard to filter through the stories and choose only one of them. The families they looked for must have met two criteria: