Perhaps I should have elaborated. The show turned out to be much more enjoyable than I ever would have anticipated. On the surface, the cast seemed like a bunch of D-list loser celebrities, but the relationships that they developed while living together turned out to be very interesting and even quite moving at times.I'm glad you enjoyed it then!!
I haven't watched any of the live feeds. Based on the show's edit, it would seem that all the hatred towards Taylor is completely unjustified. Does this reflect reality?I used to like Indy but soured on her when she said she wanted to throw hot soup in Taylor's face.
It seemed like a strong motivating factor for Turner on who to target when he was HoH was the bullying of Taylor. This makes me believe that there were some people in the house that clearly had an issue with the way Taylor was being treated. Who initiated these conversations, and did all the members of The Leftovers eventually come around to this way of thinking? The edit never really made this clear.Thank dog that Turner won the third HOH and The Leftovers took control.
How were the non-LOs blindsided last week? It was a 9-1 vote, with Daniel being the only one to vote for Taylor.Kyle doesn't want Monte to be voted out. It's all a ruse. The non-LOs are convinced that the LOs are voting out Monte. It's going to be hilarious if they can pull it off a third week. Three weeks of convincing the non-LOs that the house is voting one way and then blindsiding them. And the non-LOs don't hold it against them. The non-LOs are not very good game players.