CBS announced today that it is taking applications for "Big Brother 3."
Applications are available at Would-be contestants also have to send two color photos of themselves and a two-minute video explaining why they should be on the show. All materials are due Friday, April 5.

The 69-question application asks for the usual background information, as well as previous arrests -- "Big Brother 2" contestant Justin Sebik's multiple assault arrests didn't come to light till after he was booted for holding a knife to another contestant's throat last year -- what strategy you would use to win the game and whether you have "acting, singing or performing aspirations."

"The Early Show's" Julie Chen will return as host of "Big Brother 3." Arnold Shapiro and Allison Grodner are the executive producers. "Big Brother 3" will air in Summer 2002.

So far there's no word on any game changes.