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Everything posted by joystiick

  1. As you put 2 and 2 together, you realize why she attacked Haleigh and Kaitlyn in her nom speech. They were seen as competition to her having a showmance.
  2. I think a lot of people gave Tyler way too much credit for his gameplay. He's playing the best game when you compare it to the people from this season. But, he's looking good because he really hasn't had to play yet. You go back over the game and there's been a lot of game that has just fallen in his lap and he's really haven't had to face any real adversity yet. He's made a couple of good moves by getting the psycho or psychic to backdoor her own alliance member early in the game and he did a good job of working Sam early on, but neither of them were good players and allowed him to have control of their HOH's. But, let's see what happens if he ever ends up on the bottom side of the numbers and he's sitting on the block after veto.
  3. I am assuming you meant Rachel, but yeah, IMO she failed to improve her standing in the game by really improving her position with the opposing player and securing her safety for a couple of weeks.
  4. Tyler didn't tell Sam anything because Sam was supposed to be his Victoria. However, as lame as Victoria was, she knew more about how to play the game than Sam. IMO, she is more dead weight than Victoria was.
  5. I don't think she can win unless two other hated people make it to the f3. I don't think the other HG see her as a game player, she just someone who's in the house. And, I really think that let her win thing probably lower her standing among the people in the house. She made herself look like a joke.
  6. I like balanced sides also and I also agree that Janelle's first season was the best. I think I like that season because strategy was thrown out the window and it was just pure in your face disdain for the other side. And, keeping it even was what made the season great. But, I don't like twist that gives too much power to one person. I like the twist that can tweak the game but not dominate.
  7. As boring as the game is for me, if Bay is voted out, I will be looking at at least a month of complete boredom in the game.
  8. I thought her "everyone should refuse to play and let me win the hacker challenge" was about the dumbest thing I ever heard on BB. Her voice as the robot in the first week was kinda cute and all, but now, her voice just grates on my nerves. Every since her HOH, I have been ready for her to go.
  9. I think when you trash a person when they are on the way out the game, it really says something about your own character. You can't chalk it up to gameplay because there's absolutely nothing to be gained by it in the game. It made Angela look even worse because she was trashing the person who absolutely believed in their F2 deal. and was trying to help her.
  10. I kinda like the hacker twist, but I agree it is way to much power for it. The hacker should have been allowed to use one of the three options.
  11. My understanding is that she picked JC so that no one would suspect her. It makes it look like someone in L6. But they all believe it is Bay.
  12. She would still be on the verge of being backdoored but you are right, they talk too much.
  13. If you tell one person, you just as well stand in the kitchen and yell it out for everyone to hear, that way 2 minutes will be saved.
  14. I know we are not going to see things the same way on this, but I didn't see where Rachael had turned her back on her alliance. She had spent some time trying to find a way to get the target off of Brett and on to someone else, while she herself was on the block. As to swearing her alliance to Bay, how many people haven't done that over the years. About half the people who play the game swear their allegiance or agree to work with the HOH and that all changes as soon as the power changes. IMHO, Angela was just looking for an excuse to sell Racheal out. She knew that going to Tyler would be a death sentence for Rachael since she was sitting on the block.
  15. A good portion of "reality" tv is scripted. I am pretty sure this Swaggy C meets the parents was scripted TV, from the cloths to the dramatic dressing up to the drive over to his exaggerated knock on the door. I suspect they had already talked before this "first" meeting on tv.
  16. Here is the way I see it differently from you and Kspen, Rachel and Angela were supposed to be besties and they had a f2. Rachel, while being on the block gets word from the current HOH that the guy most sees as the leader of L6 dropped Angela's name as the replacement nominee. Rachel, as I think most people would do, went to her bestie and F2 partner and warned her that Tyler dropped her name to the HOH as the possible replacement nominee. Angela, without digesting and processing the information she was told, ran straight to Tyler. What was Tyler supposed to say, "yeah I dropped your name" to feel her out? That would be a dead give away that you are the expendable person in the alliance. If she wanted to check it out, Baleigh should have been the first person she went to, to find out what was said and how it came up. Also, if they were supposed to be F2, why did Angela immediately feel like Rachel was lying? Lastly, I still believe she deserved to go because she was more loyal to the alliance than she was to her own game. She tried to get the target off of Brett while she was sitting on the block, But as to her situation with Angela, she tried to help Angela and Angela sold her out without a second thought.
  17. Tyler did suggest that Angela could be the replacement didn't he?
  18. Another female that at the first sign of trouble she sells her girlfriend out to a guy. The women have the men outnumbered right now, but at the end of the game, the f3 will be 2 guys and 1 woman unless the guy decides he wants to go against 2 women.
  19. One of the drawbacks to laying low and not drawing attention to yourself is you are not gaining any credit for gameplay and you end up facing the jury with no resume.
  20. ITA. She never recognized or understood that she was at or near the bottom of the alliance and that she was expendable.
  21. He's still playing the best game. He's involved in everything and everyone trust him.
  22. He may have one of the weakest games I have seen in a while. he's a real disappointment. he doesn't have any real strategy that I can see and he's just bumbling along without a clue of what's happening around him.
  23. I don't like Brett, but this idiot needs to go. If you are on the block and the other person is the target, it is stupid to go up and advocate to remove the target from the other person, because that leaves you as the target.
  24. I still haven't formed opinions about most of the players, but I don't like this kid. He's too arrogant and rubs me the wrong way.
  25. If she would have gone after someone in L6 and got them out, Swaggy would have still been there as a primary target when Sam became HOH. Sam may have still put her up because she "didn't like the way they were playing the game", but I think the dynamics in the house would have been different.

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