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Old 05-03-2013, 00:54
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For me, personally:

*A Bedsit-like fake eviction, where the evicted houseguest wreaks havoc on the house for a few days, and then comes back as HoH. Seeing as there are two sets of doors leading to the inside of the house that are a sizeable distance away from each other, I think this can be done.

*The Grenade. It was used in BB8 Australia and the Quebec Big Brother, why not in the English Canadian version? Have the evicted houseguest throw it at a person still in the house, and the recipient becomes the victim of a punishment, like wearing the infamous leotard for the week, an automatic Have Not for the week, disqualification from competing for power for the week, 24 hours of solitary confinement, or worse, automatic nomination, thus limiting the HoH to nominating one other houseguest.

*The White Room. It can work in a strategy-based BB. Midway through the season, five of the evicted houseguests (as voted by the public) enter the White Room and simply stay there as long as possible. Same rules apply: the last one standing goes back into the House, and is guaranteed at least a week's stay there.

*Turf Wars twist. A week long twist that influences what will happen in the following week. Put the backyard, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and Diary Room up for grabs. The losers of the backyard lose privileges to the patio, the gym, the pool, and the hot tub. The losers of the kitchen must only eat Slop. The losers of the bathroom will only take cold showers. The losers of the bedroom only have access to the Have Not room. And the losers of the Diary Room lose the ability to compete for power that week.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:54
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A viewers vote for eviction.
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:53
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A viewers vote for eviction.
Considering there is at least one double eviction guaranteed at some point in the progression of the programme, I think it could work. Have one houseguest evicted via the normal process, and have Arisa shock the houseguests by announcing that Canada has been voting to evict another on the same night. Imagine the look on their pretty faces: they had played a great strategic game, but alas, their great disdain by those in the outside world was what cost them the cash, car, and furniture in the end.
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:28
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Considering there is at least one double eviction guaranteed at some point in the progression of the programme, I think it could work. Have one houseguest evicted via the normal process, and have Arisa shock the houseguests by announcing that Canada has been voting to evict another on the same night. Imagine the look on their pretty faces: they had played a great strategic game, but alas, their great disdain by those in the outside world was what cost them the cash, car, and furniture in the end.
Yeah, and anyone associated with them would be in panic mode
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Old 06-03-2013, 22:19
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Considering there is at least one double eviction guaranteed at some point in the progression of the programme, I think it could work. Have one houseguest evicted via the normal process, and have Arisa shock the houseguests by announcing that Canada has been voting to evict another on the same night. Imagine the look on their pretty faces: they had played a great strategic game, but alas, their great disdain by those in the outside world was what cost them the cash, car, and furniture in the end.
That would be AMAZING! lol or maybe they could do a BBUK Week where they live by the rules of the BBUK house and like they all have to nominate 2 people etc. They have to all pull together and work for their food (if they dont the whole house gets put on slop), and at the end of it one of them gets sent packing.

Imagine how the house will be with a ban on noms talk.
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Old 07-03-2013, 00:51
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Nothing that impacts on the game.
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Old 07-03-2013, 12:17
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I don't think in the HM evicts version they do as big twists normally as in the public vote one. But when the game gets predictable and crafty editing becomes the only means to liven things up I think it's good to have things to keep the contestants more surprised. No doubt, just like the American one, they'll have Pandora's Box, which of course they always 'persuade' a HG to open anyway.
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Old 08-03-2013, 18:43
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I don't think in the HM evicts version they do as big twists normally as in the public vote one. But when the game gets predictable and crafty editing becomes the only means to liven things up I think it's good to have things to keep the contestants more surprised. No doubt, just like the American one, they'll have Pandora's Box, which of course they always 'persuade' a HG to open anyway.
They did do a "Coup d'État" twist, in which the recipient of the twists could overthrow the HoH and put any two nominees they wished to nominate. There was also a fake eviction of sorts in BB9, but it was so poorly executed. :\
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:07
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Here's an interesting twist:

They could, you know, like, put some, like, interesting people in there? Rather than, like, a bunch of high-school level dullards? You know what I mean?.
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Old 12-03-2013, 07:57
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Here's an interesting twist:

They could, you know, like, put some, like, interesting people in there? Rather than, like, a bunch of high-school level dullards? You know what I mean?.
I'm guessing you want the Canadian equivalent of what the British call "normal people," lol?
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