Big Brother 9-6-07 *spoilers*

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  1. Sep 8, 2007 #81 of 104
    megory

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    You're right. Just the same, I hate to see creepy and repulsive aggrandized and rewarded. So -- knowing my opinion is irrelevant to the outcome -- I WON'T see it (or, at least I won't watch it) <g>
     
  2. Sep 8, 2007 #82 of 104
    uncdrew

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    Agreed.


    Except I'll keep watching because I'm a sucker. :eek: :p
     
  3. Sep 8, 2007 #83 of 104
    bareyb

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    Did you happen to see the girl he's been dating on and off for the last few years? She seems quite "normal" and is in fact better looking than Jessica. So Jess seemingly isn't "out of his league" although I can't understand how he does it. :D
     
  4. Sep 8, 2007 #84 of 104
    Shaunnick

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    I can see him getting girls like these easily. Yes he is a dork and has no game, but he is comfortable with himself, and is not the most arrogant individual. He is a sweet guy, and if you'll notice, Jessica does not seem the type to go after physicallity, otherwise she would have been swooning over Nick and Mike like the other girls at the beginning of the season. What we really need is a woman's opinion. Ladies, suggetions, please?
     
  5. Sep 8, 2007 #85 of 104
    uncdrew

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    Also, he claimed to be the type with no game that seemingly waits forever to make a move. There are plenty of women who like that.
     
  6. Sep 8, 2007 #86 of 104
    megory

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    Heheheh. Well, my own plans to ignore things have been known to change. :eek:
     
  7. Sep 8, 2007 #87 of 104
    megory

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    The pretty, muscular, hairless, buff guys have always been a turnoff. A guy with a brain, a sense of humor, an education -- I like that. (brains not brawn). I'd take Eric over most if not all the other guys in the house. Likewise, I'd take Spielberg and Hanks over Pitt.
     
  8. Sep 8, 2007 #88 of 104
    Fl_Gulfer

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    I think if Eric would have got to vote as he wanted we wouldn't be having this talk about the D's. I can't wait till he gets to reveal this to the others.
    I also think Eric Or Jessica would have won the whole thing.
     
  9. Sep 8, 2007 #89 of 104
    Dr_Diablo

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    Ditto that, Jess may appear the blonde but she's a smart cookie, played Eric all during the game...

    Her mistake was in not going with her gut feeling as HOH an put dad an dtr on the block...
     
  10. Sep 8, 2007 #90 of 104
    Mikkel_Knight

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    But, you're forgetting she wasn't a singleton at that point... she had a " 'til death " alliance with Eric at the time. And Eric convinced her (because America told him so) that Amber was the bigger threat. He knew that she wouldn't have been able to win anything at a challenge, and strategically should have agreed to give the "pre-emptive strike" on D&D. All because America's Player.

    Ultimately yes, Jessica could have decided to go out on her own and be a rogue, but at that point in the game, it's not a very good strategic move...
     
  11. Sep 8, 2007 #91 of 104
    USAFSSO

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    Any one know where the sequester house is? Past seasons they have shown the new evictee show up at some nice resort place with the tape/dvd of the last weeks going on's.

    Also, wasn't it last year they had to relocate the jury due to a hurricane?
     
  12. Sep 9, 2007 #92 of 104
    Dr_Diablo

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    Yeah, think so, like they were really ruffing it on the beach...

    Prolly Sunday or Tuesday will give a glimsp how ruff they are just gettin by...

    As you know, they showed each ejected house member as they walked through the door...

    Just hate to think that foul mouthed Dick an dtr are gonna win it all...

    Maybe he can afford to do sum thang with that head of his...

    Like he'd have a chance with Jannelle... Oh plz....
     
  13. Sep 9, 2007 #93 of 104
    Mikkel_Knight

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    well, we haven't seen ANYTHING from the sequester house and I don't expect to see anything until the finale. I think this year with the Jen drama and the Amber bigotry, they (CBS) aren't doing much in the way of putting them on camera any more than they have to...
     
  14. Sep 9, 2007 #94 of 104
    Dnamertz

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    Yes, because we know how drama drives down the ratings. :rolleyes:
     
  15. Sep 9, 2007 #95 of 104
    Dnamertz

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    I've heard people say Zach doesn't deserve to win because he didn't do anything and was a "floater" and didn't win many competitions. The game is not only based on competitions, if it were they'd get rid of the jury and just have the final 2 play one more comp to determine the winner.

    One strategy of the game is to be liked by the jury by treating them decent throughout the game, and not betraying their trust...which Zach accomplished. He was friendly and honest and let other people make enemies, and when it counts towards the end he wins an HoH and PoV. Sounds like a good strategy to me.

    I'm sick of watching BB or Survivor and having contestants keep "floaters" around because they are "not a threat", and then when those contestants are sitting in the jury and the "floater" is in the final 2 they complain that the "floater" doesn't deserve to be there. If you didn't think they deserved to be there, then you should have evicted them long ago.
     
  16. Sep 9, 2007 #96 of 104
    drumorgan

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    Who says that a better player wins POVs and HOHs?

    Seems to me the better player is the one that doesn't get evicted, and eventually wins.

    First season of Survivor invented "alliances" and people somehow think they are an official part of the game.

    A few seasons ago of BB invented "floaters" and somehow that got labeled bad game play. I seem to remember the two girl floaters were the final two.
     
  17. Sep 9, 2007 #97 of 104
    Dr_Diablo

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    Who's going home next... I'd have to vote for ED to hit the road.. I did get a kick outta how Dick "tried" to intimidate Zach into his way of thinking to be rid of Ja..
    An his dtr at the noms meeting, acting o so innocent when Zach had his say in regards to dad an dtr...

    Then BB won't have ta bleep the audio any more...
     
  18. Sep 10, 2007 #98 of 104
    newsposter

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    Dr, i have to ask...is malfuction intentionally misspelled in your sig?

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    the mob mentality of these shows is amazing. not as bad as apprentice though. nice to see z'man finally stand up and say what others thought all along. I've learned when people protest too much (ed and dani), it's because they are uncomfortable at hearing the truth and they sure were pissed last night. Dani is really evil if you catch her attitude at times. The poor abused girl routine was a sad attempt at sympathy earlier in the game and i dont think it 'took' very well.
     
  19. Sep 10, 2007 #99 of 104
    Mikkel_Knight

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    Well, I think that the game requires you to get your hands dirty to actually "earn" the "win". Other people feel differently, but the people that feel the way I do dislike it when "these people" who don't do a darn thing the whole season win the last competition or two and suddenly are "the best players".

    They got lucky and won at the right time, nothing else. They could have chosen to get their hands dirty early on and actually make a strategic "stand", instead, they chose to remain in the background (which is just as valid a strategy I understand that) and "hope" that they win at the right time. That way, they claim it was "their strategy" to "lay back" and "step it up" when they needed to "win".

    Yes, it's a valid strategy, but I'd rather see someone work for the win instead of just getting to the win by being in the right place at the right time, and "winning" the ability to win the game by luck or sheer chance. That's how I like to see things happen. I like to see people rewarded for the choices and decisions that they make instead of people rewarded for going along with the choices and decisions others make. I'd rather take (be) a leader than a follower any day. Other people don't see it that way and that's why it's OK to feel both ways...
     
  20. drumorgan

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    They might not "earn" the win, as you say, but I bet the money spends just as easily. ;)
     

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