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Sarah Hanlon A free-spirited Hemployee from Toronto and self-proclaimed grown-up version of Lisa Simpson. Age: 27 Hometown: Toronto, ON Occupation: Hemployee at a Vapour Lounge Describe yourself in three words: Open-minded. Goofy. Smart. Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada? I have too many strategies. I want to be the Queen of the Misfits – the leading force among the people who are seen as the misfits of the house. I want to be what unites the stragglers. The cool kids in the house will initially make the rules and then everyone will get sick of being told what to do by them. I’ll wait until the misfits are just sick enough and then I’ll snap into high gear. That’s when it’ll get real and I’ll show people that I’m in it to win it. If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why? I would take my television. I’m such a TV addict and a total media junkie. Reality TV is my thing because I’m a Sociology dork. Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most? Physical for sure. Anything that involves the cold will be so hard for me. I don’t think I could stand on an ice block for six hours like they did last season. I’ll be completely fine for the memory challenges. I’ll be paying attention to everything. If you won, how would you spend the $100k? I have way too many plans for the $100 ,000. I just like to give back. I’ve really never had more than a couple of thousand dollars to my name. I’d love to give back to the people who helped me along the way like my partner, Scott. He helped me get through school. I’d love to do the same for him. Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why? Gary (BBCAN1)! It kills me that he didn’t win. He’s the perfect example of being true to yourself but still playing a smart and fully subversive game. He played with the popular people and toyed with all the groups in the house, but he didn’t conform or go against anything he didn’t believe in to do it. He always did what worked for him. True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada? I love the diversity and multiculturalism in Canada, and the cool fusion you get from all the different cultures that have come together here to make it so great.