PS2 players take note, the texture smoothing adds little to no noticeable improvements, so don't worry about turning it on. If this really matters it would be best to wait just until December when the PS2 version is scheduled to be released.
This brings me to another interesting part of the graphics, the contestants. Each of the characters stand out from one another and have their own looks that fit their personalities perfectly (although they may be a little stereotypical). My personal favorite was Eddie, the truck driver, who looks like someone you would meet at Stuckey's.
The sound is great, although it gets a little repetitive. All of the musical cues from the show are present, as well as Anne's signature insults. In addition to having their own looks, all of the characters have their own voices and comments on why they voted a particular person off. Again, this shows a good job at making personalities unique, such as Jenny whose voice gets more annoying the farther into the game she gets. My only complaint is that the comments tend to repeat themselves and get old. They're still fun, but after the third time of hearing Anne say 'Who here is a few shrimp short of a barbie?' some of the charm wears off. The contestant comments can get old as well, so I suggest using different people each time you play.