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who had the best allaince? then Who had the most Loyal allaince?

4horsemen?

NerdHerd?

SOV?

Chilltown?

who has the best and/or loyal allaince?

i think the Most Loyal was NERDHERD (even though i hated them) and the Best would be a tie between CHILLTOWN and SOV minus James.

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1. nerdherd more loyal and most successful

middle range neither good nor bad was the one with jee, robert and, justin

worst four horseman with sov second

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extreme post of year lol

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NerdHerd - most loyal, most cohesive, most annoying, most nauseating

Four Horsemen - Most effective. Drew keeping that lame-assed CB over his showmance bedwarmer Diane put the $$$$$$$$$$$ in his pocket.

Chilltown - Smartest, but only because of Will. Booger couldn't have done it with anyone else. If he wins, he should pay CBS a finder's fee for putting Will in the house with him.

The season four alliance of the original hgs -vs- the exes - largest and quickest alliance made and destroyed. (this is my personal favorite alliance because they were so unpredictable) David (original) boinks Angela (ex) and Scott goes bonkers and eliminates himself through a DOR. Originals evict Angela (ex), Michelle (ex) and things continue as planned until the week before sequester, Dana (original) is in a showmance with Justin (ex) and puts up an original. Allison (original, Justin's ex) begins calling her the ManTroll. The originals win HOH and eat one of their own, Dana, making her the first member of the jury.

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The Nerd Herd was probably the best big alliance (meaning more than two people) because they treated BB like a team sport and stayed loyal. As individuals they played like crap (except for Maggie and Ivette) but as a team they kicked ass.

The Sovs were probably the worst- they weren't loyal (Loyalty is not a good thing to do but when the other side is 100 % loyal you have no choice), they voted off the wrong people and just made played it badly. If they had gotten Maggie instead of wasting evictions on people like Sarah, Jennifer, and Beau they could have broken up the Nerds as Maggie kept them together. America's favorite alliance was America's stupidest alliance.

TOP was a pretty strong alliance as they had numbers. They were smart to eliminate a challenge threat (Mike) over a manipulator (Will)... or at least they would have been if they had vowed to not believe anything the Doc told them. Ultimately, Hardy and Nicole decided they would try to run towards the end and lost sight of what was best and evicted people that wouldn't gun for them for a while (Kent, Bunky) over someone that was def. gunning for them (Will). This alliance could have run things if they had just stayed focus in their decisions.

The Four Horsemen.. interesting group. They certainly were able to win competitions but they couldn't honestly have expected to make it to the end by simply winning competitions. They were- or at least should have been able to get an equal sized group going against the Pinky Swear group with Marvin and Holly on their side. Why Drew and Scott decided to evict Holly over someone from the other group I don't know, and it sealed the fate of Horsemen Leaders Scott and Jase in the weeks following. Ultimately, the Horsemen got the last laugh with two of their own in the finals however.

The Pinky Swearers played pretty well but not well enough. Forming the alliance to contend with the Horsemen majority was obviously a logical thing to do. The problem with them though was that they made their sub-alliances far too obvious. Karen, Nakomis, and Will clearly had a strong friendship going and this was an alliance that would have gunned for final three. This left the twins and Diane no choice but to go for Will (although Diane later felt bad about it). Their sub-alliances was this group's downfall and it let a couple Horsemen ride to the end.

"The Dream Team" or the Three Stooges weren't that bad a group and got placed with a major disadvantage by being in the minority second group to enter the house. They made a fatal flaw week two when they didn't realize the Original Eight (with the expulsion of Scott, seven) were together. Jee obviously didn't do his homework- if he did he might have known that putting up a likable pawn won't ensure the other person's eviction. After that week though they did play better. They did a good job of getting Dana to join with them and put up people in that original group. They each worked off a good relationship with their ex to help them move along. Unfortuantely for them, they were a bit too manipulated by Alison and didn't have the numbers because of that original group to stay in the game. Maybe if they hadn't introduced that twist to have a veto competition in the final four (which I have never liked, takes away almost all power from the HOH) Robert may have won but we'll never know.

Danielle/Jason ruled, damn that last HOH competition.

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