Big Brother Canada had its first season earlier this year. Big Brother started in the Netherlands in 1999 and has aired in the United States since 2000 so it only makes sense that Canada gets the series in 2013. (Fun note: The same production company behind Big Brother Canada produced Canadian Idol and Canada’s Got Talent.) It wouldn’t be Canadian without a curling competition. Thus, we get lines like, “I’ve got a little bit of curling experience growing up in school.” Of course you have curling experience from high school. Also, nothing can prepare you for the 2:45 mark.
Nick Saban doesn’t get paid to answer questions.
What a bomb.
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Move over Rickey Henderson.
Christian McCaffrey can put some moves on linebackers.