Friday, September 15, 2017

If I Didn't Hate You, We'd Still Be Good Friends. #BB19

Last night was the last live eviction show before the Finale, leaving us with the Final Three players, whether we like it or not.  No one who watches the live feeds or keeps up with the action online was surprised at the outcome of the eviction, but the Jury House segments were the highlight of the episode.

And Julie looked nice last night.  It's not what I would wear if I were the host of a long-running summer series that airs three nights each week in Prime Time, nor if I was married to the Head Honcho of CBS.  But I guess it is noble of Julie to keep working at all at this point, heading up a daily talk show as well as the Big Brother coverage.  Some young, ambitious stylist needs to get in there, maybe even offering to dress her for a few episodes free of charge, to get their foot in the door.

As the show kicked off, in the "Previously on Biiiiiig Brother..." segment, we saw Paul doing that whole hands-on-his-head, self-indulgent, congratulatory address to the commoners, letting them know what an accomplishment it was for them to join him in the Final Four.  We saw him do this at the Final Six, and Final Five, too.

There is a whole thead on Reddit making fun of this cringeworthy moment.  So condescending and smarmy.  Paul has many skills and natural talents, but self-awareness isn't part of that portfolio.

That necklace though.

Paul nominated Josh and Kevin for eviction.  I'm sure Christmas felt triumphant that "her guy" showed such loyalty to her by keeping her off the block.

Kevin wasn't worried, though, because he and Paul have been tight since the very beginning.  Yeah, about that Kevin....

Kevin told the house guests yesterday about the origin of this gray turtleneck sweater, as well as the gray shawl-collared cardigan that he wears in the house.  As he packed up his belongings, he showed them that the tags said both sweaters were 100% Merino wool, and explained that his daughter bought both of them at a thrift store for $1.98 each.

Kevin:  And when I wore this one the first time (the cardigan) in here everyone said, oh, is that some rich guy sweater?  But it was $1.98 when my daughter bought it.

The conversation then devolved into Christmas bragging about her lambskin All Saints leather jacket being part of her daily wardrobe, with Paul chiming in that he has that same jacket too, plus every other cool leather jacket, too.

Then we were thankful to visit the Jury House, where Elena and Mark were playing cards with Cody sitting nearby.

Cody:  I'm not enjoying living in the Jury House.  In fact, I'm thinking of busting out of this place.

OF COURSE that is not the case.  But this type of attitude is what makes Cody Cody, and helped make these two Jury segments the best ever.  Mark and Elena chatted energetically about who they expected to see next...would it be Matt or Jason?

Cody:  I don't care.  I think Matt is a giant BLEEP. (pussy).

And it was Matt who joined them, of course.  And the couch suddenly seemed more crowded.  Matt says he made the mistake of trusting Jason, and then shared what the plan was supposed to be, which was to backdoor Kevin instead of him or Raven.

Mark:  Why would you need to backdoor Kevin?

Elena:  Did you approach Jason to ask what his plan was?

Matt:  I never spoke one word to Jason.

This was just too much for Cody, who got up and left, unwilling to participate in Matt's Jury segment any longer.  It might have been okay for Cody to just sit there and listen, but when Elena tried to get him to chime in on what Matt said, it was just too much.

Cody  They're trying to get me to start something, so.....

And with that, Cody left the room to watch Judge Judy reruns alone in his bedroom overlooking the pool.  I just made that last part up, but whatever.

Matt has somehow figured out that Paul is the one running the house from a strategy viewpoint, with Alex and Jason running the house on the competition side of things

And then a few days later they gathered to see who would appear next.  Matt thought it would be Jason or Alex, and Jason it was, getting a big hug from Mark at the door.  Mark missed Jason, he said, as Elena snarked that she thought they were about to start making out.

When Jason walked in he told them that Alex or Paul "backdoored the snot out of him", so everyone was kind of shocked about the Alex part of that story.  Jason suggested they all watch the tape with him to help figure out what the heck happened to his game.

Back in the old days, the new jurors would carry in an actual VHS tape with the footage on it, and we would see them fiddle with the VCR, but now I think someone from production just hooks up their laptop to the TV or whatever the latest technology requires.

When they got to the HoH competition (Ready Set Whoa), Jason warned them that it would be hard to watch.  He showed them how everyone threw the competition, including Alex.  When they got to the part where Paul "stumbled" out of the gate, Jason said he thought Paul was behind the whole thing.

Mark, probably SICK to his stomach:  Oh my God.  Christmas won it.

They watched Christmas Joy hop to the finish line in her fucking tutu as Jason told them with disgust in his voice that they never even ran a lap of the competition, because everyone fouled out ahead of time.

RIGHT HERE:  Christmas probably lost the Jury votes, due to the sheer disgust over this situation.  Or maybe I'm just projecting, because anyone who was SERIOUS about trying to win this competition WOULD NOT wear a fucking tutu for the occasion.  Not even Flo Jo would have the balls to go that route.  WHAT A JOKE.

And THIS is Flo Jo, bitches.  Also known as The Fastest Woman in the World.  RIP QUEEN.

Cody liked Jason's exit, though.

Jason:  I should have walked across the damn table like you did.

And then Raven showed up, in spite of Matt's hopes that she and Paul stay in the game as long as possible.  Raven was wearing a pair of stripper shoes, but I wasn't fast enough to get a picture of her stepping out of the limo wearing them.

Matt's back was sweaty.  I'm sure some CBS viewers somewhere were dabbing at their eyes, due to the tender reunion of these two lovers, but not in my house.  And probably not your's either.

Everyone gathered to watch what happened to lead to Raven's eviction, in the second half of the double-eviction that claimed Jason.  Alex was still wearing her Whistle-Nut gear as she won HoH, pointing at the sky and saying "THIS IS FOR YOU JASON".

Jason was shocked when Raven leaned over and told him that Alex had no idea that Jason was the actual target, but everybody else knew.  These were the last words that Raven spoke in the Jury House segment that didn't lead to laughter or outright scorn from her cast mates.

Jason:  I just feel bad for......the thoughts that I was having about Alex.

(And also his comments in his interviews, too, I'm sure.)

Jason has gone through many stages of grief since he was evicted, changing the culprit each time a reporter phrased a question to him differently.  But now he has the information that was missing, so he can move on to acceptance.

But Raven then became the story, as she let everyone know that she and Matt had a Final Three alliance with Paul.

Elena:  We all did.

Raven:  No, me and Matt were Paul's REAL alliance.

Jason: Then why are you both sitting here?

Raven:  Paul and I were the puppet masters in there...

Everyone laughed.

Raven: ...okay, maybe not Paul, but I was pulling all the strings in there.

Elena:  This is hilarious.

Then after a commercial, Julie sent us right back over the Jury House, and I realized that although we've heard his name a few times, we have not had to look at Paul for at least 15 minutes, so that is cause for celebration this season.

Jason was playing pool with his homies Mark and Cody as they discussed who they thought would appear at the Jury House next.  Jason didn't want to see Alex.  And I see Raven and Matt doing some conspicuous canoodling back there, so I want to make sure you see that, too.

And of course it was Alex, dressed as The Weiner Girl, as she proudly announced she was saving the world  One Wiener at a Time.  Alex explained her attire by saying they all missed BB Comics week, so they should get right to the tape to learn what happened.

When they saw the BB Comics PoV competition, Raven and Matt were thoroughly impressed with Raven's Arkansassian Comic.

Matt:  Haw haw haw!

Raven:  That is perfect!

Mark: It's not the Puppet Master?

When they saw the footage of Alex apologizing to Holly, Gatlyn, and Baby Dent for failing Jason, he was touched and said it wasn't like that, it wasn't all her fault.

Some folks are chattering about these two being on The Amazing Race.  I'd watch that.  I think they'd put on one hell of a show.  In fact, since TAR has been doing kitchy casting lately, I think they have enough talent to have a whole "Reality Couples" season.  They've flirted with it, by having Brenchel and JeJo and also Ramber, but let's see the train wrecks, too.  And maybe "Vicole", since CBS has put their budding love affair on blast lately.

But I digress.  Jason wanted to drop some knowledge on Alex, by telling her that "these two" (Matt and Raven) had been running the entire game.

Alex:  I see you guys have been having fun here, but I'd like to go back to the other house, please.

Jason:  Well, it would be fun, if it weren't for those two.

And this was enough to set Raven off, with the screeching and the pointing.  Maybe Production showed them the whole Da'Vonne vs. Paulie Jury segment from last season, or maybe Raven was just feeling Arkansassy, but she sure had a lot to say.  And Matt had nothing to say, as usual.

Raven: WHAT THE BLEEP?  What did we ever do to your game?  We've just been in our own world, ignoring you.

Jason:  Thank god for that.

Then Mark jumped in, saying he's never seen a puppet master who never won anything and Raven attacked Mark, saying he's "won nothing but to throw condiments at Josh".  And Mark went right back at her.  And look at Matt, sitting there enjoying himself in a black blouse.

Mark: The way you're both so satisfied with the way you played just floors me!

Raven:  Why are you such a shit?  That's probably your middle name!

Elena:  No it's not  It's GORDON.

(Ha ha ha ha.)

Howard Stern always said that the crazy girls with Daddy issues were the ones to hook up with for the best sex, so maybe Matt could testify to that.  I think Howard would tell Matt not to give her his full name and number, but it's way too late for Matt to heed that advice.

Jason was LOVING Mark's chatter with Raven, and Elena was too.  Cody couldn't stop smiling, either.  It was great entertainment for everybody.

It's like having a front row seat at a Jerry Springer taping, I'm sure.

Somewhere in this mess, Alex told them about Paul plotting to get Jury votes through his various shennanigans.

Jason:  He can forget about these Jury votes.

Mark: He's coming in second.

Elena:  Well, we've all helped Paul pull the strings he wanted to pull.

Cody:  I didn't.

Alex, reaching out to fist bump Cody:  RESPECT.

I don't think all of this means that Paul is destined to lose BB19.  It's possible, but they still have their big Sit Down with Dr. Will (or maybe Derrick?) to help them sort out their thoughts.  But I don't think CBS cares either way now.  They've set up Paul to be The Villain, and these Jurors to be The Heroes, so it's a win-win either way for the network.

In fact, Alex said she'd still vote for Paul, and Raven agreed, saying "it's the game".  And they are right, it is the game.  And it's never the same, even after 19 seasons.

I almost forgot about the live eviction, not to mention the live PoV ceremony, but all of that still had yet to occur.

Paul did not use the PoV, of course, and I saw Kevin's eye twitch, and he looked pale.  I'm not sure he discussed the PoV plans with Paul, but he did indicate that Christmas needed to leave, so Paul knew that if Kevin was replaced on the block with Christmas, she would be the one to go.

And for whatever reason, Paul wanted to drag Christmas just a little further in the game.

Josh must know that these ceremonies are viewed by the Jury, so he used his speech to hammer home a few points about his game this season, and how he got to this point. It's really irritating to me that Christmas is in this situation, being the one to cast the sole vote live on TV.

If she is the last one to join the Jury after being evicted live on the Finale, will she use her crutches to hobble out onstage?  Or will she hop her way over to her seat with the Jury?  I think CBS returned the scooter to get their deposit back, so that option won't be available.

Kevin's speech was....does it matter what Kevin's speech was?  Kevin is a repeater when he's nervous, so he said the same things a few times here, but in his defense he's been on the block four times in a row now.

It's hard to be clever that many weeks in a row.  Just ask Elena.

And then it was Christmas' Big Moment, and that moment stretched into minutes that seemed like HOURS until finally she sent Kevin out to his fate with Julie.  Kevin left like a gentleman, of course, telling everyone to enjoy themselves, and there are no hard feelings.

As he left, Paul mentioned Kevin's brother Richie, who died of cancer.  Look for Paul to wear Kevin's Richie's Rebels shirt at the Finale, since Kevin left it for him.

Kevin came out to a roaring crowd, making his struggle to carry his BB duffel bag look like a pimp roll.

Julie:  You're probably the best dresser we've ever had on Big Brother.

Kevin:  I'm probably the ONLY dresser you've ever had on here.

If you had any doubt that Paul is a damn DOUCHEBAG, you should watch this goodbye message again.  Paul said that if Kevin is seeing this, then "Christmas went rogue" and Kevin indicated he agreed with that. Does Paul really think the Jurors won't discuss his outlandish lies told during every good bye message?

(Don't forget that Paul didn't even watch BB18, and never really watched a whole season before he played the first time, so he has some large gaps in the procedural areas.)

Paul's hairy head bobbing during these good bye messages makes me mad every time I see it.  I just can't help it.  I didn't like Paul last season, and didn't like him this season, either.

But Josh said he had a deal with Paul and Christmas, and getting Kevin out was their final goal.  I could see a twinge of sadness on Kevin's face, but he recovered politely, and carried on like the showman that he is.

As we've learned, everyone in the Jury (except Cody) had a final three deal with Paul, so I don't think they are going to think Josh is so special because of that.  They just think Paul picked the weakest duo to drag to the end with him, because that is what he did, and that will be a bittersweet lesson for Josh and Christmas to learn next week as the season comes to an end.

And then it was over, but Kevin is not on the way to the Jury House.  Instead, he's headed off to a hotel, and he will join the rest of the Jury on a set on the CBS lot to film the Jury round table some time today or tomorrow.  And everyone else will be sequestered alone in a hotel room, too.  But they can watch movies, and maybe read a novel or something, so it's not all bad.

After what we just saw, I'm not sure Kevin would even enjoy that Jury group, anyway.

FUN FACT:  Last night on RHAP (a GREAT episode), Andy Herren said that McCrae left the game in this same spot during BB15, and he never went to the Jury House either.  And Amanda was there waiting for him, which is hilarious.  Andy also said that the girls in the Jury were so aggravated with Amanda that they made a pact not to vote for McCrae to win if he made Final Two.  He also discussed how after Gina Marie needed stitches after a PoV competition, Production deducted the cost from her stipend.  Yep, that happened.  Andy is concerned that Christmas will leave the house owing hundreds of thousands of dollars.

And then the Final Three toasted with a bottle of Dom.  But Josh started chugging his glass before everyone was ready to toast, so he got a second glass.

Christmas: You messed it up, Josh.

Paul:  Are you kidding me?

Josh:  I couldn't help it.  I got excited.

I guess someone had to be excited, Josh.


  1. Paul filled most of the jurors heads with all the cool things they were going to do with him after the game, like international travel, Coachella, concerts, nightclubs, restaurants, etc, that I'm afraid some of them will still be clinging to the notion that they will hang with the Cool Kid and therefore be hesitant to drop the hammer on him.

    1. Let's hope the smartened up and NOT VOTE FOR PAUL..
      Let Christmas win to pay her doctor bills...

    2. Watching- after dark for the past 2 hours.
      If paul was just playing the game I would think he would be proud he got this far doing just that BUT, sitting here bashing other house guests after they are gone does not make him a friend...

  2. Wow, had no idea injuries sustained in the house were at the expense of the house guests.

    I wonder what happens if they get hurt during a BB Competition, does BB then cover the costs?

    Thank you very much for all of your hard work. Is there a link on your blog to donate?

    Best Wishes.

    1. I've heard house guests say before that they had to provide their health insurance information to Production before entering the house, so I am guessing Gina Marie didn't have insurance coverage. Hopefully Christmas' policy will cover most of her costs, and surely Production found doctors in LA who were part of her network. Or whatever.

      On RHAP Rob said that if anything happens to you on Survivor, Production pays your medical costs. I'm sure they do on set, because you're in a foreign country at that point, where your US coverage might not apply. But I've also heard that Caleb Reynolds had medical bills to pay at home after his near-death experience on Survivor, so who knows.

      Andy shared some funny stuff though, like how Production took the cost of his deodorant out of his stipend. Apparently you have to win HoH to get free toiletries. Andy said there is a list provided to the house guests ahead of time.

      I encourage everyone to listen to that RHAP episode ---Andy is FEARLESS and speaks his mind at all times. He even talked about Dominique, and how he might handle someone like her in the game. It seemed like a good idea, too, until I imagined Dominique not appreciating it....and how scary that would be.

    2. I heard Christmas talking on the feeds a while back about how she has a large deductible that she will have to pay when she gets out, not sure when I heard this but I did unless my brain is totally gone at this point!

  3. Thank you CBS for the jury house segments last night. Some of the best I can recall. And please give us some more tonight between HOH segments. The jury segments almost make up for how badly these people played.
    Really not excited about a possible all winners or all star season for BB20. If they do something like that they should do like Survivor second chances and let us vote on the participants.

  4. "I couldn't help it. I got excited." I have a feeling that Josh has used this line before. :)

  5. Not real impressed with this as much as I love this show...
    Should have been more competing...
    Paul is just an arrogant little bearded troll.
    When I watch him I see him just tolerating josh and Christmas to be cordial. I don't think he wants to be friends after the show with any of the others...
    He is All About Himself!!!
    Honestly who wants to be friends with crybaby josh who actually thinks he made it on his own - he had no skills, they walked him through everything and made him feel like a good competitor.
    If he was any good he would have been voted out... same w Christmas- she is damaged goods right now...
    They think they pulled it off...
    I hope the next BB Is Better...

  6. So FUNNY the part about Christmas owing 100s of 1000s of $ for medical. Especially if she goes out in 3rd place. I can't believe the network is so chintzy! HOW are you supposed to afford all of your own necessities if you're not getting paid a salary? Especially for an entire summer? Seems like a very bad deal to me!!! At least Survivor you win $1M. And you need no necessities cuz they're forbidden.

    Jury House had me cracking up last nite. WHY can't they show much MORE?

    I knew about Nic & Vic but I thought not much of it. Until I clicked on an IG Live link of theirs on Jokers a few days ago & watched. Vic was in Ubly and said he's moving there to live with Nicole. Apparently they are very much in love. And surprisingly, very cute as a couple too. They said they'd be at the Finale together. I wonder if he'll propose or something crazy? Won't Paul be pissed when Vicole becomes the star of the show, and not Paul? Hehe

    We have REALLY good thrift stores here in Colorado too. I just bought 2 couture Ralph Lauren pieces for my Mom this afternoon, 1 of them is vintage, for a total of $4.50. Heading out agsin tomorrow, thrift shopping...On Saturdays everything is 50% off (and every store is a zoo). Its the absolute BEST way to shop till you drop!

    1. Victor is moving to Ubly!?!?! Lol, no way! That won't last. I live in Metro Detroit about 2 hours south of Ubly and when I tell you there is nothing there, there is absolutely NOTHING THERE! Rural, small town America. She actually travels all the way to the mall to shop which is about about 10 minutes from where I live. 2 hours to get to a mall!!! Big Meech lives about 20 mi utes northwest of me and people have seen her out and about every no way and then.

      Crazy that Victor is moving to Ubly lol. He won't stay there long!

  7. It's so sad that everybody thinks Cody is so great he's nothing but a sore loser and a guy with a huge chip on his shoulder he's done nothing but make fun of people and put people down himself I find nothing great about this guy he doesn't even want to participate and anything to do with the game because he's lost if you don't like people don't go on a reality show where you're going to be locked in a house with a bunch of people. Yes thank you for your services but now get over yourself you are no greater than any of those people in there they obviously put you on there because you have a huge attitude and don't like anybody I actually feel sorry for Jessica because she seems like a fun-loving lively person and he's nothing but the opposite of that he is a downer. Paul has done nothing but play the game the best way he could and it got him to the top and now everybody hates him for how he's got in there but if you watch previous shows people have done much worse have said much worse have treated people even worse and have done much less to get there a lot of people will do crazy things for money that is what makes the show great and if we were put on there any one of us who knows what you will do you can't judge unless you've been put in that situation I know there's no way I would last in there without me saying something crazy something offensive and doing whatever I could to earn that money for my family money makes us do crazy things it's the root of all evil I say congratulations to whoever wins and makes it this far and that played the best way they know how it got him too be in the top 3 so he did something right but there's so many judgemental people that want to judge everyone but you try living in a house with people like that and 1000 cameras everywhere none of us are perfect I've seen much worse in there and people that have played less that one the money go back and watch Evil Dick he wasn't the kindest person just because he was straightforward that makes it okay for him to treat people the way he did throwing tea and a girl's face doing things that were so uncalled for but yeah he was straightforward and he became a hero to everybody I think Paul did a great job I like Christmas and I like Josh I like Kevin I like Raven I actually like the whole cast besides Kodi each and every one of them have something great about them and tried to play the game the best way they could every one of them did but Cody and he's the one that people want to choose as America's favorite houseguest that's so sad because he did nothing good besides be a jerk and have an attitude

    1. Agree with you on Cody. Never liked him from the jump. I think the guy truly does need some therapy, all joking aside. He has a HUGE chip on his shoulder and I can't imagine doing and seeing what he's done being in the military. But damn, this show/setting was not a fit or good for him in y opinion. Disrespectful of the game and people in general. He definitely has disdain for people and things most are beneath him. You only qualify to get SOME respect if you have T&A. Just a waste of a cast member.

      I was behind Paul for the first half of the season, and yeah, purely game play wise, he's crushed it and on a different level than the rest of the cast. But I'm on complete Paul burn-out and I think most of the viewers are as well. He severely over-played and belabored EVERYTHING. And his corrdinatinf of the attacks on Kevin pissed people off. It's one thing to go after people like Cody and Jess who made their own bed and tried to string arm people, but Kevin didn't do "nuttin' tuh NOBAHDY!".

      Can't agree on Raven. Bad player, and has MASSIVE issues of delusion and compulsive lying!

    2. Do you know what a period (.) or comma (,) is? Just saying. There was no way I could continue reading all of that.

    3. Sorry...dude, I know internet message boards are serious business. I will try to take a more scholarly approach in talking about Big Brother for both of you. Kewl, make you happy!?!

    4. Fuck, strike that, thought that was to me, ha ;)

    5. The editor part of me was having anxiety reading that post. There is such a thing as a sore winner, and that's what Paul is, IMO. Raven is just next level bat-shit crazy

    6. Matt, you need to chill and go hang out in Ubly for a few days.

  8. I'm so disappointed with this season don't want any of them to win. The way I see it cbs set it up for Paul to win and all the comp. we're set up for Christmas to compete so in other words the whole show was a set up it sucked!!!! And for all the so called competitors to throw comp. and play Paul's game and not their own whips Cody and Jessica didn't the only ones.

  9. CBS next time get real competitors that will play the game their own game not be a follower that would be worth watching

  10. The bitch of it is, Paul is a spoiled rich kid when you get down to it. The guy still lives in his parents house and has his mom bring him pizza bagels between tokes. Pure game, he played great. But might of severely over-played. Very tough to patch up all the double-crossing, lies and throwing people under the bus like he did. The good thing for him, is this cast may of been the dumbest and still might not "get it" and still vote for the guy the used and trashed them. They want that "Friendship". Like. A previous poster said, some are probably still clinging to hope that they will be friends with the cool kid.

    Knowing now, how crazy Christmas is and as out there as it sounds, I honestly wouldn't be shocked if she snaps once she sees how Paul used, insulted and pawned her disappointing ass this season, to the point where she loses her damn mind and stalks his ass or tries to get her "fans" to make his life hell lol. Nothing would shock me anymore. She truly believe that she played hard and did ALL this masterminding and work. Josh...he'll probably just cry when he sees how he was used.

    Been a strange season!

    1. That is a VERY GOOD point, and we should all remember this moment when we see her mug shot with accompanying story of how she crossed all kinds of lines. Paul's family might want to invest in something besides bagel bites, like security. After all, Christmas herself said she'd 'murder families'.

  11. The current season is ultimately so exhausting for me because there has been so little to be excited or hopeful about. Sometimes in past seasons there were false hopes that proved to not work out. I don't even have a sense of that this season. FW, things like your empathy for Texas and Florida, your enjoyment of the sweetness and innocence of the puppy vids, those have been bigger highlights than a lot of the show itself. so, once again , thanks. hoping so much that the doubters of Paul and his reign of beard hair win out in the jury house

  12. I think Paul made a huge mistake to not use the veto, and I'm interested to hear your thoughts. If it is Paul vs Christmas in the end, I think the jury will vote for Christmas, feeling bad about her foot (especially Jason) and general feelings of being trampled by Paul. If it is Paul vs Josh, I again think a lot of jurors will chose to vote for Josh. Alex might be able to focus on BB as a game, and vote for Paul who truly played his heart out this summer, but most of the rest of the jury seems to be figuring out how Paul played them. I think Paul would have actually had a much better chance at winning against Kevin. So many jurors are not Kevin fans, and he won zero competitions this summer, so Paul would have a great argument against him. So those are my thoughts. I think he put loyalty over winning for the second year in a row.

    1. Read on hamsterwatch today some info on the jury roundtable w/Will last nite. Reports are that this is a VERY bitter Paul-hating jury. And as the meeting concluded, the ONLY 2 voting for Paul to win would be Matt & Raven. Of course, that can change by finale nite.

  13. I guess I am one of the few that think Paul deserves the win. He played them all, granted it was a weak cast, but it is Big Brother not Nice Guy's Finish First. This is the 1st season where I disagree with the majority here because it looks like Cody is the favorite. I found him incredibly dull. The damn fish have more personality.
    That said, I'm kind of done with this season to the point I'm not voting ANYBODY as AFP.

  14. Christmas was a useless player this season, going forward anyone who gets an injury that requires multiple doctor or hospital visits should not be allowed to continue. Plus, she couldn't compete in barely anything, that spot should have gone to someone else! And maybe we could have had a jury member back in. Stir up that pot.

    Paul is a rich spoiled kid. He played a good game, but I would never give him a vote. I want him to go out 3rd. But these 2 leftover meatballs are the saddest bunch left. So if paul does not win the last hoh. That is really sad. Where is the competition? I really miss Jason and Alex.

    By default, I hope Josh makes it to final 2 and wins. Not really a fan of his, but I don't think Christmas should win at all! She was given 2 hoh, she didn't earn them at all! Talk about a floater.
    Who else is tired of Paul? James was endearing and sweet, Paul has the ego of 10ft king, but he forgot he's not! His humble brags are horrible and like our leader pointed out before, we would be drunk after all his self admiration. I had friendship for Paul last season, but after 4 months of ig, I already unfollowed him and will not refollow. I am so over Paul. I hope the sheep jury don't give it to him. Come on Cody speak up

  15. I figured Xmas had ins. but that deductible will hurt if it's in the thousands.

    Kevin's the lucky one. A week alone in a hotel room. Much better than that jury house with a screeching hypochondriac.

  16. Hey now! I grew up in Marlette, and we manage to find plenty of activities to keep ourselves entertained. They're not far from the lake, folks around there are excellent drinkers, missing is like nothing city folks have ever experienced, and, in a pinch, there's always cow tipping.


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