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ABC finally released pictures of what the inside of The Glass House looks like. It’s a good thing too, because CBS is about to “huff and puff and blow that house down!” More on that later, let’s get a look at this house. Remember, no stone throwing!
Is this bed bigger? Both rooms definitely give me the “hotel” feel and NOT a “glass house” feel.
Here’s the giant petri-dish, where everyone’s body fluids get to mingle with each other’s. From some of the videos I’ve seen of these contestants, I’d be a little leery about jumping in this stew pot.
Well, that is all of the pictures I have. What do you think of the decor? It’s definitely not Jeff Lewis worthy. The contestants entered the house last Friday. Voting began on Saturday, June 9th and will continue until the 19th, with new questions added.
Here are the questions they are asking this week:
Please match the players with the rooms in which you want them to sleep.
a) Enemies Bedroom (1 queen)
b) Friends Bedroom (King Bed)
c) Community Bedrooms
What type of party food should the players receive?
a) A sushi Platter
b) A cold cuts platter
What type of party drinks should the players receive?
b) Umbrella Drinks
How should the players be separated into teams on the first challenge?
a) Old Vs. Young
b) Men Vs. Women
c) East Vs. West
What type of housewarming party would you like to throw for the players?
a) Pajama Party
b) Pool Party
What should the Q & A topic be during an upcoming live webisode?
b) Pop Culture
What type of party accessories should the players receive?
a) Mardi Gras and Feather Boas
b) Giant sunglasses and party hats
What type of party game would you like to see the players enjoy?
b) Kiss and blow
You also get to vote for who you want to stay in the house and, as ABC puts it, you can vote for as many or as few as you like. That doesn’t even make sense does it?
Now let’s talk about the lawsuit. CBS’s legal council filed a temporary restraining order against ABC in an attempt to stop the show’s June 18th premiere. It was presented to the presiding Judge Gary Fees. ABC tried to stop this procedure or to at least slow it down until at least after the premiere of their show, stating that it would put 140 people out of work. Judge Fees denied that request on Friday and ABC had until Monday, June 11th at 5pm to file their opposition or the restraining order would proceed as planned. The restraining order can be found here.