linda60639 Posted September 8, 2016 Share Posted September 8, 2016 After watching Big Brother from its inception, I have noticed many houseguests faced with certain eviction go through the identical stages of someone who has lost a loved one. First they are in denial, unable to believe that the other houseguests actually intend to vote them out . Then when assured that they are indeed going home or to the jury house, they display anger and wail about their betrayal and the fact that they don't "deserve" to leave the game. Some go so far as to curse out or call out everyone who should have "had their back" including their so called alliance members. Then they try to "blow up" everyone's game or even try to fight others who they felt opposed them. Once cooled down, they begin to bargain and begin their campaigning. When convinced that their campaigning will not be successful, they enter a depression. They muse about quitting or leaving the game early and self-evicting. They do a lot of crying and moaning in the jury room. Finally, they come to accept the decision of the "house" and come to understand where they failed in their game play and their bid to win Big Brother. Now folks, I am talking about houseguests who were given the courtesy of being told they do not have the votes to stay, not the ones who are "blindsided" on eviction day. I have always thought the blindside was pretty cruel and cowardly. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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