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carmen

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  1. I totally agree with you -- the highlight of this season for me was seeing Nicole go into shock at being evicted by Cody (she was already thinking she was going to make history by being a 2-time winner!). Cody did exactly what he needed to do and I do believe he deserved the win -- even though a lot of his getting to the end (I believe) was through pre-gaming and forming a pre-game alliance which even Dr. Will said players who do this are disrespecting the game and should be ashamed. All in all, this was a very disappointing and pathetic season. None of them should feel good about it.
  2. Nicole on the Knight Moves HOH competition that Enzo won -- DOESN'T ENZO KNOW HE'S NOT SUPPOSED TO WIN ANYTHING? HE'S ONLY HERE TO HELP ME AND CODY GET TO THE FINALS!!!!!!!!! And as if this self-entitlement isn't enough, then Cody weighs in -- DOESN'T ENZO KNOW HE'S NOT SUPPOSED TO ACTUALLY PLAY FOR HIMSELF??? HE AND I ARE SUPPOSED TO BE WORKING TOGETHER AS A TEAMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!! OMG Please win this thing Enzo
  3. Okay, as this thing is getting closer I'm really wondering who Cody will take to final 2 if it's his choice. I wish somehow Enzo could convince Cody to vote out Nicole this week on the basis that he will not win if he's sitting next to her (the jury members have already indicated -- although Cody doesn't know this -- that if Nicole makes it to final 2 they will vote for her to win). Wouldn't it be better for Cody to take Christmas or Enzo?? Does anyone have any insight on if Cody will cut Enzo in order to take Nicole?
  4. He seems to have a lock with Nicole but also with Enzo. If it's up to him, which one will he choose?? I suspect it will be Enzo, but I could also see it going Nicole since she has already won and she's been pretty pathetic this season. If the final 2 are Cody and Enzo, I would love to see Enzo win. Long shot but still.
  5. I agree 1000%. I think David knew it was a lock for the pre-game alliance and that he and others on the outside never had a chance. I'll be curious to see if on finale night how much leeway the outsiders of the pre-game alliance will be able to freely discuss how this year was rigged, or if CBS will muffle them in advance and tell them they won't get their stipend if they mention it. Rigged, yes, with the pre-game alliance, but now I'm beginning to question if they agreed to split the prize at the end since they don't seem to care who ends up "winning," as long as it's the core alliance. Strange.
  6. I feel for Kevin. As I feel for all the ones who were on the outside of the pre-game alliance. Even Dani said she felt bad for those who never had a chance. I hope there's a lawsuit in the works for fraud. No one outside of the pre-gamers ever had a chance. And even Dr. Will said the pre-gamers (if, in fact, that is what they are and Dani confirmed it so I believe it 100%) should be ashamed for making a mockery of the game (I'm paraphrasing but that's the gist of it).
  7. Yes, Kaysar actually called it a love triangle between Cody, Dani, and Nicole. Cody is such a sheep (as all these so-called "all stars" are) that I can't tell if he really wanted to vote out Dani or was just going along with the herd.
  8. She.Is.Disgusting. Worse BB houseguest EVER. She and Dick Donato belong together. And that's being generous.
  9. Yes, I agree. In this train wreck of a season, Enzo seems to be the lesser of the evils in that house. And like you, I want to see David go to the end (and win!), but I wouldn't mind seeing Enzo there as well. The ones I definitely DON'T want to see at the end are Xmas, Memphis, Cody, and Nicole. How frequently (unfrequently) does Enzo shower? I'm not a super close watcher so I didn't know that was happening.
  10. I hurt for Da'Vonne and what she is going to have to deal with from her own actions (she really should have known better). But Ian? Oh, I so look forward to his reckoning on Nicole.
  11. Yes, I so agree with you straykat. I keep going back to Kaysar and how hard he tried to get Bay to see the writing on the wall. Even Bay wanted to think she was of the "privileged" and did not want to associate with the outcasts. But if the marginalized ones had stuck together -- oh wow. They could have been a real force to take down the pre-game / privileged alliance. Why could it not have gone that way????? The dream team could have been -- Kaysar, Janelle, Keesha, Bay, Day, David, Kevin (and maybe even Nicole A if she hadn't gone completely nuts).
  12. I really like this way of thinking, but I would also like to see it backfire. I hope the jury is the most pissed off jury in the history of BB b/c of the pre-game alliance and the way in which the people of color were so marginalized (including Kaysar, who tried to tell the others what was going on). I hope it backfires and they disregard whichever of the privileged in-crowd might be sitting next to David (thinking he is a goat) and SURPRISE the jury for once awards the goat and gives the finger to the privileged.
  13. It is truly painful to watch her treat David the way she does. She is so, so wrong about him. I actually dread it for her when she finds out just how bad she's been played by Nicole. She'll have a lot of remorse to live with.
  14. Hahaha. Yes I so agree with you. It would truly be a fitting end to this horrible train wreck of a season. David / Kevin / Day are really the only hope I have for a positive ending, but it being David would be the best.
  15. Memphis needs to go and fast. He is just a despicable person who loathes people of color. The way he spoke to David in the HOH room made me ill. His body language, the tone of his voice, the heavy-handed way he offered the "deal" to David. All of it. Just sickening.
  16. I so agree with you. I do not like to see when some of the houseguests never had a chance to begin with. It's just not fair. And I do question how much producers knew, when they knew, and why they haven't tried to prevent it, or correct it. Memphis is a racist jackass, but CBS doesn't look all that much better at this point. Trying to defend or explain what he said is ridiculous.
  17. I agree. I think Nicole and Dani will be the 2 most expendable -- right now Cody and Memphis are running things, but there are several gaping holes that could be exploited that would set them back. They're not playing that good of a game -- Cody and Memphis just happen to be in "control" of the women's decisions. Nicole and Dani are going along with it. That and no one in this cast wants to be associated with the people of color.
  18. After viewing a couple times, I'm convinced he did say it.
  19. Oh my gosh. Ian is having a breakdown. Suddenly, he is so concerned about his going from being a "winner" of a past season to the first one to the jury. Where has he been all season??? He actually thought he could lay low and slide through. But he should have seen the writing on the wall -- it's been rigged out of the gate, and Kaysar + others tried to tell him and he thought he could afford to sit by idly while others got eliminated. Now, he just needs to GO. This season, he cannot play the game like he did last time. Totally different dynamic in the house. I thought he was smart and would grasp that.
  20. That would be great! the only thing better would be Xmas and Memphis on the block together, with Cody as back up. I would absolutely backdoor Cody.
  21. No, it didn't work out that way because the Core entered with a pre-game alliance and no one other than those in the alliance stood a chance. Danielle herself said recently that she felt bad because everyone outside of their group never stood a chance this season but didn't know it. There should be a lawsuit filed against CBS for allowing this kind of fraud. If anyone did the playing, it was CBS in duping the ones who never stood a chance up against what the pre-game alliance planned and executed. The group has talked openly about their pre-game plan, and the producers have not done anything to correct it or impose any type of penalty on what is happening. If I was one of the outsiders (which includes quite a few people), I would feel totally humiliated for agreeing to be a part of such a corrupt setup.
  22. Hahaha! Oh, that would have been so great if David had tried to pin it on Memphis. David has gotten better at this game in a very short amount of time, but I don't think he's quite to that level yet . . . but who knows? I've seen some pretty surprising things out of him. Bottom line, though. Someone needs to start going after Memphis. His free ride should have ended already.
  23. Thank you. I couldn't agree more. I cannot stand Memphis and cannot for the life of me figure out why they're carrying his ass along as if he is some great player. He isn't. He's pretty much a waste of space (they must have really been desperate to fill a slot). Would love for someone to put him and Cody up with Nicole as a backdoor plan. These privileged-acting cast members' heads would explode. Why at this point is it all about getting the remaining minorities out? Ageism (Keesha / Janelle / Kaysar ) + other isms seems to be the underlying strategy for who gets eliminated.
  24. This is true. However, Xmas is aware of many other pairs in the house yet she chose to exploit the information that Bayleigh trusted her with. Plus, Bay and Day weren't even going after Xmas. So it seemed like an odd choice all the way around.

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