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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Shaunnick, Jun 27, 2013.
She was sobbing and blowing her nose into his shorts before that. Keep it and sell on Ebay!!
The Bedroom Wars is what tonights about. Yikers. Howard holding his reactions to all the racial stuff during this season is about to break and tear someones head off. He literally cried while praying to hold his temper in. Feel sorry for the dude.
I guess Aaryn flipped Candice mattress, just to be a *****.
Below is what follows. Aaryn really is gunning for most hated villain.
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argh, that is SOOO disapointing
I've never voted for anything Big Brother before, but I just went to the site and put 10 votes in for Howard as MVP
I cant believe BB is letting all the racism continue. Im white and im offended by it all. Its almost ruining the season for me. I think blondie is lucky Howard has some self control but it is limited and if she wants to continue breathing she needs to shut it.
This all makes me a sad panda.
A little while after the Candace fight, Amanda came in to clear the air. First 6 minutes of this video is them laying into Jessie, then Amanda comes in. There's lots of censoring/cutting to the fish tank but things were really tense.
what's been said and done by aaryn, gm, kaitlin, and spencer, is inexcusable and disgusting. but if howard, candice, helen, and andy don't respectfully address the comments and behaviors as they surface, and request they stop, why is that the fault of bb?
i don't think confrontation would change aaryn's behavior, but it might have an impact on the others. if you choose to let it continue without addressing it in a responsible manner, why should you expect it anything to change? either way, it's not the responsibility of bb to address offensive language in the house, unless it escalates to the level of threatening a hg.
production and cbs can only control what airs on national tv, and the national audience clearly indicated they wanted to see the behavior on air, not have it limited to the live feeds.
I understand what you're saying about "respectfully" addressing the comments, but that only works when there is respect both ways.
After watching that video above, it's very clear that Howard is having trouble containing his anger. He knows it is best to just remove himself from the situation, probably because he knows that if he tries to "respectfully" address it with Aaryn, she will simply escalate it and push him further. That could lead to something very bad.
Evel Dick got away with much worse. And they even turned him into a hero. CBS is loving evil Aaryn.
I'm not so sure, Evil and Racist are not the same thing.
Evil is like watching a train wreck, which lets be honest, can be entertaining. The racism just makes everyone except racists sick to their stomach.
Seems like another Colton from Survivor. Not fun to hate/watch, just sad.
I wonder how well Aaryn and Colton would get along. Seems like they'd be good friends.
This is tough to watch for Howard fans, but last night really took it's toll on him.
You can see the anger peek out when he said 'Get Out' to I think it was Kaitlyn opening the door to check on him. He was this close to Russelling Aaryn. The live cam view that was his face the whole time during that scene made me tear up.
Thank you for posting the clips. I've been taking these HG's with a grain of salt, and found their ignorance mostly something to be mocked. Nothing has really "stung" me - but this clip? OUCH! I felt tears well up in my own eyes. In the same situation, I would've acted exactly as Candace did. I recognized all too well the angry/frustrated expression Howard had. Not sure I'd survive in there without a Howard.
BUT since I prefer to laugh than cry, I found humour when GinaMarie said "I'd like to see you make a fool out of yourself on television"
I'm not voting Howard for MVP until he solidifies his alliance with the Elissa side of the house.
I agree that this is 'kinda' ruining the season, but I'm also grateful that it is being exposed as it's garnered a lot of attention, which hopefully will open up discussion and self reflection. I don't feel that CBS/BB should step in. I think it's up to the HG's to figure out how to handle it - just like in real life. Amanda tried to make her aware and she wasn't having it. If Aaryn bothers the HG's things will either explode or they'll vote her out.
I was wondering if any of the HG's picked up on Julie's response, when Aaryn said something like "I'm a very open person. Everyone who is here knows a lot about me, and so does America now" and Julie responded "Yes, we ALL do".
. Thanks for that. I'm learning A LOT from Howard's level of self control.
As for Aaryn, she thinks as long as she doesn't use the N-word she's not racist. It'll be interesting to see if she changes since Amanda let her know how she may be portrayed on tv.
Hmm, Aaryn will get out the house, plead youth and ignorance, then go to 'rehab', make a national apology. Then become a celeb.
Feeds are back.. Looks like Helen put up Kaitlin and Aaryn with plans to work with Elissa (expected to get MVP again) to nominate and/or backdoor Jeremy.
Amanda has kind of been working Aaryn (since she has nobody in the house).
Have-nots I think are Amanda, McCrae, Jessie, and Judd.
The bad part about the bad guys being out of power is that the good guys are in power. Helen is insufferable in her own right.
Doesn't the HOH select the Have Nots? If so, wonder why Helen didn't select Aaryn?
DR is putting blatant pressure on Helen not to put Howard on the block. BB wants to tell the story of the black man who overcame and his previous lies as part of MC are putting him at risk.