Michael "Cowboy" Ellis.
Jennifer "Nakomis" Dedmon.
Jennifer "Nakomis" Dedmon was a 21 year old Restaurant Hostess from San Antonio, Texas when she entered the Big Brother house in 2004 for Season 5. She played a smart game, including being the brains behind the six finger plan to evict Jase. She created a great plan to backdoor one of the strongest players, Jase.
She appears to live a private life. If the Facebook page is correct, she appears to be either married or in a relationship.
Karen Ann (O'Neil) Ganci.
Karen Ann (O'Neil) Ganci was a 30 year old Portrait Artist from Spring Hill, Florida when she entered the home in 2004 for Season 5 of Big Brother. She was evicted in 5th place. Karen appears to live a private life. At one time, it was reported that she was married to Larry Ganci since 1996.
Adria Montgomery Klein.
Adria Montgomery Klein is related to another houseguest, Natalie Montgomery Carroll. They are twins. She was also a 30 year old Fitness Professional from Birmingham, Alabama when she entered the house. She has been married since 1998. She is also a Fitness Competitor and Professional Model, like her twin sister. The twins wrote a book in 2005 and sold it on Amazon, it is titled "It Takes Two".
Natalie Montgomery Carroll.
Natalie Montgomery Carroll was a 30 year old Fitness Professional when she entered the Big Brother House in 2004 during Season 5. She was evicted on the 49th day. The winner was crowned on the 82nd day. She entered the house with her identical twin. The twins are fitness competitors, and professional models. Natalie was married, but divorced in 2008.
Will Wikle, aka Charles William Wikle, was a 26 year old Registered Nurse from Tupelo, Mississippi during Season 5 of Big Brother. He was evicted day forty-nine in 2004.
He had a few other entertainment gigs after Big Brother, including some wild films. His Twitter account indicates that his location as New York.
Jason "Jase" Wirey.
Scott Long was a 25 year old Sales Representative from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania during Big Brother Season 5. He was evicted in eleventh place. A Dr. Phil's episode transcript was discovered, and it appears that Scott had issues with rage. Click here. No other details were found on Scott, as he appears to live a private life.
Which Big Brother Season will you enjoy the most? Season 3 or Season 4?
You will notice the differences between CBS' Big Brother Season 3 versus Season 4. Season's 4 was themed the X-Factor, as some of the houseguest were surprised to find themselves competing against their exes. We voted Season 3 as the best of the two. Our favorite houseguest of all time, Jason Guy, was on this season. It's nice to see a good-natured person on this reality show. His sweet ways shined throughout the episode.
Demeanor & Intellect:
Mostly wild and couple of faith-driven: The houseguests on Season 3 showed their wild side, especially the women. There is no surprise that this season's post-activity included three arrests and one Playgirl model. This was the first season that two houseguests had sex on the show. The two lovely houseguest were David Lane and Amanda Craig.
Typical money-driven individuals: The houseguests on Season 4 was focused on the money. It was cut-throat and full of drama. The addition of some of the houseguest's ex, made this a different type of season. Ironically two of the exes made it to the final few with their ex (Robert and Erica, and June and Jee).
Head of Household Intensity
HOH included and they were somewhat challenging. We wanted to see a little more intensity, as we found some of the contests too easy during Season 3.
HOH included.: The same sentiment as Season 3. We wanted more intensity during Season 4.
All of the evicted houseguests were judges and voted for the winner on Season 3.
Sequestered the jury for the first time and sent them to exotic or relaxing locations.
Also allowed the first 4 evicted to compete for the chance to return to the house. Amy returned after the houseguest voted between her and Eric returning.
Sequestered jury as well for Season 4.
Season 3 had lizards.
Season 4 had lizards.
Season 3 introduced the Golden Veto. The winner couldn't save themselves (imagine that), but could remove a nominated houseguest. All houseguest played the veto.
During the final Veto, the winner could use it to save themself (silly Marcellus :).
Season 4 also used the Golden Veto, and all the houseguests played for it.
During the Final 6, the veto was presented as an opportunity to take it, if you agree to place the other houseguests on peanut butter jelly for a period of time. Despite already holding the HOH title, Jee accepted the offer, and the houseguests voted him out the next week.
Both seasons had to use an old-fashioned ringer type of washer to wash clothes.
Season 3 - didn't show anyone smoking.
Season 4 did show a smoker, Jee.