A controversial Houseguest, Karen is most memorable for openly discussing her struggling marriage while in the house and "airing her dirty laundry". She was the third person to be banished from the house with 76% of the vote.
|Karen Fowler Biography|
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Swimming and basketball (watch out William, Josh and Eddie) help Karen stay in shape, and she keeps her mind sharp with her favorite card games - spades and euchre - or a challenging, fun-filled evening of SKIP-BO.
The best book she's ever read is John Howard Griffin's classic "Black Like Me." At the movies, though, she prefers a good laugh. The Jack Nicholson-Helen Hunt Oscar winner "As Good As It Gets" remains a personal favorite, and Karen admits a weakness for anything with Jim Carrey or Adam Sandler.
A veteran of several memorable European vacations, Karen would next like to change directions and try a holiday in sun-drenched Jamaica.
Player History - Big Brother 1 (US)
|Week 1||Weekly Task||Loss|
|Week 2||Weekly Task||Win|
|Week 3||Weekly Task||Win|
|Week 4||Weekly Task||Win|
|Week 5||Weekly Task||Loss|
|Week 6||Weekly Task||Win|
|Week||Nominated||Nominated By||Final Position|
|2|| Jean Jordan|
| Curtis Kin|
|4|| Curtis Kin|
| Curtis Kin|
|8|| Cassandra Waldon|
| Cassandra Waldon|
Jamie Marie Kern
Post Big Brother
- Karen is the first houseguest from Indiana.
- Karen was the oldest houseguest to compete on Big Brother 1 (US).
- Karen was the first person in Big Brother history to use the Diary Room.
|Big Brother 1 House Guests|