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Nick Uhas reveals ‘Big Brother’ HOH facts with Hayden Moss in new Nickipedia

Former “Big Brother” season 15 house guest Nick Uhas has done it again with another informative, funny, and extremely inventive YouTube video from his Nickipedia series, this time offering tidbits of trivia about the illustrious “Big Brother” Head of Household title. Also showing up to aid Nick in the endeavor is “Big Brother” season 12 winner Hayden Moss.

Former 'Big Brother' house guest Nick Uhas has released a new Nickipedia video revealing the top 12 facts about the game's Head of Household. Nick (L) is seen here with 'Big Brother' season 12 winner Hayden Moss.
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In the video entitled, “Big Brother HOH Top 12 Facts,” Nick gives viewers tons of information, including data about the player many believe was the greatest “Big Brother” cast mate of all time, Dr. Will Kirby, aka “The Man.” In actuality, Nick notes that the good doctor never won the HOH crown despite his success in the game.

Nick also relays that although many cast members are fearful of winning the first HOH of their season, three house guests who did so went on to win “Big Brother.” Hayden Moss was one of those contestants and shows up to offer trivia, like the fact that male house guests have won 53% of “Big Brother” HOH competitions.

Hayden also reveals that the spycam that is currently in the “Big Brother” HOH room was not introduced into the game until season 5. Another interesting fact awesomely delivered by both Nick and Hayden as they stand on a ladder, is that HOH winners were previously given CD players to play their favorite tunes on until the current season when they were given iPods – this despite the fact that the device has been around since 2002 when season 3 of “Big Brother” aired.

Overall, using sound effects, ladder climbing, chair acrobatics, bathroom doors, and a bevy of special effects, Nick delivers an entertaining “Big Brother” factoid video. Although his Nickipedia series is mainly focused on science, Nick has asked fans to comment on what the next “Big Brother” video should be, so there are sure to be more fun and fascinating “Big Brother” tidbits to come.

Big Brother” season 16 airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET, Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET, with live eviction shows airing on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. In addition, “Big Brother: After Dark” is airing Monday and Tuesday nights at 11 p.m. ET, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 12 a.m. ET, and Thursdays at 1 a.m. ET on TVGN.

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