Former “Big Brother” house guest, Nick Uhas, released a new Nickipedia video on July 9, 2014 that covers the hit reality series with humor and fun. This time, he focuses on the United States version of the show offering interesting trivia and statistics about things that have taken place in the U.S. “Big Brother” game and features fan favorite cameos.
In the YouTube video, Nick goes behind the scenes of “Big Brother” and introduces viewers to the woman behind the casting of 195 contestants, Robyn Kass. She gives tips on how to successfully audition for “Big Brother” and viewers get a glimpse of Nick’s winning audition tape.
Appearing in a cameo alongside Nick is Rachel Reilly, who met her future husband, Brendon Villegas, on “Big Brother.” As the video notes, she currently holds the record for being nominated for eviction more than any other winner in U.S. “Big Brother” history. Rachel also reveals the fact that Brendon holds an impressive record of his own regarding Power of Veto challenges.
Dan Gheesling, another “Big Brother” record holder, spreads his “mist” in a cameo appearance as well and discusses the rumor that he and Nick are blood relatives. The youngest house guest to ever win the show, Ian Terry, checks in with Nick, noting how “cash money” led him to make certain decisions during his time in the “Big Brother” house.
Slop is discussed by Nick, who reveals it is actually healthy, despite how disgusting the stuff looks. “Big Brother” season 15 house guests Helen Kim and Elissa Slater hold a record regarding slop and pop in to inform Nick about the “total Hell” it was (in Helen’s words) to live on the gloppy mixture.
Competition statistics are covered, leading to a cameo by “Big Brother” season 14 contestant Danielle Murphree, who holds yet another record regarding the game. But, her record can’t compare to the women of season 6, who apparently were beasts when it came to winning challenges.
“Big Brother” season 16 will likely prove to have tons of fodder for Nick’s Nickipedia series when it is all said and done with later this fall, as it is turning out to be an extremely entertaining season. “Big Brother” season 16 airs on Sundays at 8/7c, Wednesdays at 8/7c, with live eviction shows airing on Thursdays at 9/8c on CBS. In addition, “Big Brother: After Dark” is airing Monday and Tuesday nights at 11/10c, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 12/11c, and Thursdays at 1/12c on TVGN.