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Big Brother Recap: Who’s in Danger After Night One?!

CBS got the ball rolling on Big Brother season 24 on Wednesday night.

The iconic reality show returned with 16 new housemates, plenty of twists and turns and some shocking competitions.

Coming off the widely acclaimed Big Brother 23, the premiere had to showcase the best of the new cast to get viewers interested in the upcoming season, and it did a decent enough job.

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Part of the appeal of the series has been in the contestants and whether they bring the drama necessary to make for good television.

Julie wasted no time introducing the first four houseguests to the hotel-themed house.

Jasmine describes herself as a “Southern Belle” who grew up on a farm and now runs her own nail business.

Based on the first few moments of her video, she will be one of the houseguests to watch, but she may find herself feeling the ire of the other cast members.

Terrance Higgins, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

I hope not, but you heard it here first!

Kyle is a former Mormon whose goal in life is to dance on TikTok. Yes really.

He seems like fun, but maybe a little too much, which doesn’t bode well if he rubs any of his mates the wrong way.

Paloma works in real estate and interior design. He’s bubbly and that’s a big positive in this game.

Joesph Abdi, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

Monte is in good condition and very easy on the eyes.

At Julie’s request, the quartet arrived at the house and picked up a ticket to decide which race they would enter.

Big Brother is zeroing in on a festival theme, which means there are plenty of different competitions to try.

All four early players are tasked with waiting in the porta-pot. It’s unclear if it was planned or just pure luck, but it’s hard not to think it was the easiest one for the producers to orchestrate.

Indy Santos, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

The second round of players includes Alyssa, who works with swimwear and plastic surgery. He also has a knack for writing poetry.

Alyssa’s positive side is that she is not afraid to make big moves. One of the significant problems with modern Big Brother is that the house guests tend to follow the house.

It won’t make for a good TV show. It’s boring, so Alyssa might be worth watching.

Daniel is a professional Elvis impersonator – which is sure to annoy the viewers of the live feed.

Alyssa Snider, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

Mostly us kids.

Taylor believes he will go far in the competition because he is a dominant force in his career.

Which brings us to Michael, a criminal defense attorney with a Big Brother bible.

It sure sounds like we have superfans in the cast, but we’ve heard that countless times before, and then we’ve had people like Frenchie, so forgive us for not buying it…yet.

Nicole Layog, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

The next group starts with Nicole, a private chef with a lot of energy.

We also have Joseph, a lawyer and personal trainer who believes he’s smarter than people give him credit for.

Fun fact: Joseph was only added to the cast before the premiere because one of the contestants was eliminated.

We also have Turner, a thrift store owner, who looks cool, but we’ll reserve judgment on him until we see more of what he has to offer.

Palomar Agular, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

Brittany is a hypnotherapist, but we don’t learn nearly enough about her to form much of an opinion.

The final group includes a Chicago bus driver named Terrance, a corporate flight attendant named Indy, a soccer coach named—wait for it—Pooch, and Ameerah, a Google employee who wants to make friends and win the game.

Pooch didn’t have to compete in any races because his ticket revealed he had a backstage pass. Pretty cool, right?

We later found out that he could not be nominated for the week, he would not participate in the eviction vote, but he would be allowed to play in the next HOH competition.

Michael Bruner, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

The three races were pretty lackluster in the premiere, but the producers obviously wanted to offer some variety.

We can get behind it, but we also want a back suit and lots of stakes. Take note, CBS!

Daniel ended up being the first HOH of the summer, and then Julie dropped the bombshell:

Pooch had to choose three people to go “backstage” with him for the week, but three of them would be in danger of becoming the first evicted houseguest of the season.

Taylor Hale, a houseguest on the CBS original series BIG BROTHER, is set to appear on the CBS Television Network. — Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.

In the end, he chose Paloma, Alyssa and Brittany. He couldn’t remember their names, so he pointed to them.

We hope we were joking.

We have to keep up the pace Big Brother Spoilers to find out what happens next.

Big Brother airs Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 8pm ET on CBS.

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