'Big Brother' keeps getting bigger—or at least more marketable. This sadistic Dutch TV show began in September, when eight ordinary people locked themselves into a one-story house for a hundred days with limited supplies, no outside contact, and relentless surveillance cameras tracking them. (The American equivalent, 'Survivor,' is slated for summer.) One by one, the subjects have been getting picked off as they duke it out for a final prize, awarded on New Year's Eve: The last person left in the compound pockets over a hundred grand. Holland is transfixed by what has become an examination of... More >>>