Queerty is better as a member
Casting scummy people makes this kind of show work better.
what annoys me is they say and do what they want and get away with it by saying “it’s a game”…it’s really a guide and teaching aid for getting away with bad behavior…where the worst one gets the Money.
Can the TALIBAN like drop a bomb on this house and put them out of OUR misery???!!! These people (even the gay guy) are horrible excuses for human beings; a total waste of oxygen. It’s really sad that society has sunk to a level where we find this show entertaining. I’M thankful that I have ONLY watched the first season (that was enough) I also can’t believe that young people have regressed to using the “F” word to start every sentence that leaves their mouth.. It’s APPALLING!!
Aaryn lost her jobs before CBS aired anything on the show, solely based on quotes she had said collected from the live feeds. Big Brother didn’t lend a hand in the firing – she did it to herself.
But Aaryn and Amanda are far from the only offenders. Many of them have contributed to this sort of talk in the house.
You forgot to mention that Aaryn nominated the only 2 non-white people for eviction this weeek… thats sure to help support her claim that she’s never motivated by racism…
The kind of people who want to be on this show and the people who view the show are the worst kind of vile wasters the world has to offer.
No wonder my only remaining ‘appointment television’ is “Mad Men.”
@2eo: It’s a bit harsh to broad-brush all the viewers of the show with some of the d-bags who are on it.
@mpwaite: Thank you. Very well said
@2eo: I agree
@deltabadhand: Actually that’s not true. Aaryn nominated Spencer and Howard, but Spencer saved himself with the veto so they nominated Howard’s closest ally in the house to ensure that Howard went home. In addition, Aaryn only nominated Howard in the first place because she made a deal to stay in the house… the races of the nominees had nothing to do with race – it was all about the Moving Company as well as the fact that Amanda and Helen wanted Howard gone for personal reasons (he tried to get Amanda evicted in week 2 and he lied to Helen about the alliance in week 3, so neither of them trusted him).
“…had nothing to do with race…” should be “…had nothing to do with their nominations…”
@fredo777: I assure you that was the friendliest way of putting what I really think into words without ending up in some kind of thought prison.
@2eo: Well, I watch the show + am nobody’s ‘waster’. But, you are entitled to your opinion (even if it is wrong).
@ted72: You, too.
@fredo777: Yet to see any evidence to the contrary.
@2eo: You’ve yet to see anything about my life, whatsoever. I bid you adieux.
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