As a person qualified to diagnose, observe symptoms and the such, I would like to add that you can not make assumptions of a person's propensity to afflict harm to a person based on observing them in one situation, especially in a high stress environment like big brother. Look at how many people who hate each other in the house that come out and become friends. Different environment with less stress = different relationship. It is also best to not confuse perception for fact. I have spent the last 5 years using BB in my classrooms as a means to demonstrate human behavior and it is awesome as a tool. My students bicker, diagnose, a write research papers based on the show and still most get it "wrong" in the end because the high amount of emotional involvement we as watcher put into BB. However, one must remember people react to situations based on their own experiences and perception and like or dislike of a cast member. This is in no way meant as a diagnosis of any behavior displayed in the BB house or displayed on the board it is just a remark from a BB fan.