'The Glass House' live feeds might help 'Big Brother' lawsuit

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"The Glass House" debuted its live feeds Tuesday, June 12 at from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET. If you missed them, never fear - they weren't overly exciting today and they will be up Wednesday and Thursday every week too, at the same time.The majority of the hour was spent with online viewers answering poll questions that were relationship-related - "Is it OK to have sex on a first date?", "Is it OK to marry someone outside your religion?", "What would you do if your child was gay?", etc - and then the houseguests were answering for themselves and then were told if they matched what the majority of viewers said. It wasn't clear what the point of the exercise was, exactly. Was the show keeping score for each contestant? Will that be how the "viewers" vote on the seven-person teams for the premiere episode competition? It was a little confusing and not that...


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