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Re: Big Brother 6 Philippines
« Reply #1000 on: November 09, 2015, 01:30:51 AM »
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Quote from: keitaro urashima on Today at 07:03:25 AMCode: [Select]PBB 737 November 9, 2015 Episode: The Big Night

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There are two venues for this finale. One is on the Albay Astrodome and the other one is on Albay Park. Approximately, there are more than 17,000 live audience.It's official, the producers are high on something. The heck holding the finale on the middle of nowhere.
They wanted to show that even on provinces, they still have the greater number of audience share (due to AlDub concert i guess... but if you're going to do a backtrack, since the beginning of the season, they're already thanking the Albay Astrodome as one of their sponsors for this season).. (Image removed from quote.)


It was a very weird choice, but well.

I didn't finish the show last night. Jimboy's winning the show was totally unexpected.


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Re: Big Brother 6 Philippines
« Reply #1001 on: November 10, 2015, 10:28:05 PM »
So what did the 737 stand for in the end?

Also how well was this series received as reading it on here it appears to have been a bit of a mess really.  Would have been much better as two clearly defined series.

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Re: Big Brother 6 Philippines
« Reply #1002 on: November 10, 2015, 11:16:11 PM »
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So what did the 737 stand for in the end?

Also how well was this series received as reading it on here it appears to have been a bit of a mess really.  Would have been much better as two clearly defined series.
It was a mess... 737 didn't really mean anything substantial or game changing... I'm 100% sure the producers just thought about 37 as the show went on

7 means that each season lasted 7 weeks
3 means idk
7 means something about giving back to charity

It starred out strong, idk how strong it ended
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Re: Big Brother 6 Philippines
« Reply #1003 on: December 01, 2015, 12:36:54 PM »
So what did the 737 stand for in the end?

Also how well was this series received as reading it on here it appears to have been a bit of a mess really.  Would have been much better as two clearly defined series.

737 means

7 - This twist was revealed on the launch night. It means the first set of housemates will live in the house for seven weeks. And those are the Teen housemates.


3 - means three celebrities will live in the house for a special task. First one was the swimmer/actor, Enchong Dee who lived with the teens to help get to know more of these teenage housemates. Then the second one was the actress, Karla Estrada who lived in the house to serve as the Queen Mother, while Big Brother is away. She helped to get to know the adult housemates and as well as the Teen Big Four or the four teen finalists, who entered the house again after their edition ended. The last one was the former host of the Pinoy Big Brother, Mariel Rodriguez. It serves as her homecoming as she returned once again to the show. It was her second time to live in the Big Brother house, first during the Celebrity season 2, when she and the main host Toni were tricked by Big Brother and lived in the house for like two weeks or more.

7 - Since it was the tenth anniversary, both the adult housemates and the teen housemates of the season, as well as all of the previous winners of Pinoy Big Brother and the hosts were given a task by Big Brother to raise 3,000,000 pesos in seven weeks to build a community of 20 houses for the chosen families of the show. I think these houses were given to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda as well as the homeless.

It wasn't really messy. It actually started strong. The Teen Housemates made this show promising and set standard to the adult housemates. But the adults failed to be as interesting as the teens. So the half of the show was boring.

It became messy because we literally stopped watching after our favorite adult housemate, Margo was evicted. She was one of the few remaining interesting housemates yet she got ejected. It was still popular though because of the ToMiho showmanship. Miho eventually won the season together with Jimboy from the teens.

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Re: Big Brother 6 Philippines
« Reply #1004 on: December 30, 2015, 06:48:11 AM »
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