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Post  Banjo on 2016-06-29, 15:22

Gradually spiraling down into chaos.....a producers dream .  roflmao


Big Brother 18: The Pants That Launched A Thousand Ships
Posted: 29 Jun 2016 07:45 AM PDT
Big Brother isn’t always a very nice game, but it’s surprising sometimes how the smallest of things can trigger an avalanche of chaos in the house. Last night that small thing was then length of Natalie’s pants. Victor wasn’t a fan. It all takes off from there.

The Revolution has been riding high in Fantasy Land and that cloud dipped a bit lower last night after infighting opened their eyes that maybe all wasn’t as good as they thought. Now Jozea is nervous after a round of arguing left the group in turmoil, something that Bronte was sure to encourage. It was also a rough night for some bad commentary, so steer clear if you’d rather not read about that.
Flashback to 1:30 AM BBT Cams 3/4 on your Live Feeds (get the Free Trial).
Natalie is in the back bedroom along with Bridgette, Bronte, Tiffany, and James. She’s upset and getting support from the group. They joke that it’s time for “girl talk” and James is in hog heaven. Victor’s comments are the topic of discussion.
Natalie explains that Victor said, “eww, I hate when people walk on their pants” as he pointed at her pants which were apparently a little too long for her. Natalie said the pants were from her aunt who passed away. Victor said that has nothing to do with it so she shouldn’t try to make him feel bad about it. There’s the backstory on what set this all off. Now for the reactions.
Move forward to 1:40 AM BBT and you’ll find Jozea who has joined the room. There were Fish beforehand so we missed some of their talk. He’s trying to calm Natalie who says she wouldn’t be upset normally, but it’s a pattern of behavior from Victor. James chimed in about the repeat behavior as well. She says Victor is rude to her daily and she doesn’t like it.

Jozea heads back to the Lounge (1:43AM BBT) where he finds Paul and Victor who were just saying the girls get to make comments but if the guys do it then they are the jerks. He comes in and says that James is fanning the flames back there. Jozea says Bridgette is so annoying and he wants to “punch her in her face.”
Victor goes back to Natalie’s room to get her and apologize. They go to the Lounge and chat it out. Victor says he just meant his comment to be about her risking getting dirt on her pants. Seems a little flimsy of an excuse, but he’s using it. Natalie says he nit picks at her every day and she’s used to people being nice to her. She wants him to stop. They hug it out and she goes back to her bed.
Move again to 1:54AM BBT as Natalie is relaying the conversation to the back bedroom when Paul comes in. James jokes “we’re having girl time” and Bridgette repeats the same thing. Paul gets upset and says he’ll cut off his penis. Bronte gets up and escorts him outside where Victor and Jozea are pacing while huffing and puffing.
If you rewind a minute and move to Cams 1/2 you’ll find Jozea and Victor outside. Victor thinks Jozea is overreacting. Jozea says he’s upset at Bridgette and her “feminist power” thing. Hold that thought. Paul and Bronte have just arrived.
Jozea gets ready to complain about what happened when he came to visit Natalie when Paul interrupts that he’s even more upset. He says he’ll scream if he gets told “it’s girl time” again when he comes in to a room. Paul says he’s “constantly getting s**t on” because he’s not a girl.

Here’s something weird. At 1:56AM BBT Cams 1/2 Bronte asks Victor if he asked Nicole on a date because that’s what James is telling everyone right now in that bedroom. This is definitely not true. My guess is this is part of her preseason strategy to cause chaos using the showmances. The guys all get very upset about James.
Seems like Bridgette has a lot of face-punching coming her way from these guys. Paul exclaims that if Bridgette again tells him “it’s girl time” he’s “going to punch her in the face.” Stay classy, Paul.

Victor says he’ll go squash James’s Nicole date rumor right now. Bronte pleads for him not to do so. That’d be because James didn’t say it and she would be exposed. She’s lucky he didn’t pursue it. Bronte doubles down on her lie.

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Re: BB day 14

Post  Banjo on 2016-06-29, 16:00

It's easy enough for production to edit the footage so that none of this gets out on the CBS show, which would not be good for anyone. But if they offer the live feeds where anyone can see/hear what goes on in the house hour by hour then they have to expect for this sort of thing to get out. After a few of these bozos get evicted things will settle down.


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On Big Brother 15, the show was severely tarnished by constant reports of the HG's offensive and racist comments. At the center was Aaryn who mocked Asian and African-American HGs while others used offensive language like referring to women as the "c" word or making jokes about Hitler and pedophiles. Now there seems to be a disturbing parallel to the current season as several Big Brother 18 HGs have been making some very off-color comments.

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 18 spoilers from the live feeds.

The controversy started before the season started with fans finding several tweets from Corey using the gay "f" word in a joking manner. Then when the live feeds started, he laughed while telling a story about him and his buddies setting a goat on fire.

On top of that, several HGs have repeatedly used the "r" word while a lot of the guys frequently refer to women colloquially as bitches. But things got even more heated late Tuesday/early Wednesday.

It all started with Victor making a comment about Natalie's pants, making her upset. He apologized, but allegedly during that meeting James told others, including Bronte, that Victor asked Nicole out on a date (the live feeds didn't capture that moment).

This lit a firestorm as Victor and Paul freaked out, wanting to confront James and yell at him, though their allies Jozea and Bronte talked them down. The end result is that James is now their number one target.

And the animosity towards James hit a boiling point when Bronte snickered and said to Jozea that "I'll send [James] back to Hong Kong." He's from Texas. A few minutes later she started to repeat herself, but corrected it and changed it to "I'll send him back to...whatever little place he comes from." I guess that's better, but the following morning she once again mentioned sending him back to Hong Kong.

As if that wasn't bad enough, Jozea, who is on the block, was explaining to Paul why African-American HG Da'Vonne will vote to keep him (in reality, she's planning on evicting him). Jozea insisted that she "isn't gonna want to work with Caucasians," saying that the reason she was evicted on season 17 was because she was the only black person on her cast. Jozea has repeatedly referenced the common background and color of their skin as a reason he, Da'Vonne and Zakiyah have such a tight bond (again, both of those women are working against him and want him gone).

This seems like a good time to point out that Jozea has only watched season 16 and isn't familiar with Da'Vonne's first time on the show, where her closest, ride-or-die ally was Jason Roy, who is white. Similarly, many of these other HGs like Paul, Victor, Bronte and Natalie seem to have only see the last season or two, meaning they're probably oblivious to the controversy surrounding season 15.

The overnight comments created a firestorm on Twitter, with many comparing the racist remarks to those made on Big Brother 15. That's a comparison the show's producers definitely don't want. However, it's interesting that this year the game has an anonymous power to nominate a third person (like the MVP twist from season 15) as well as two siblings of previous contestants (like Rachel Reilly's sister Elissa on season 15). Those are unrelated to HGs making racist remarks, but they only serve to reinforce the similarities between the two seasons.


UPDATE: To be comprehensive with all comments, Zakiyah was doing her eye make-up a few days ago and mentioning making them look like "ch***y eyes," a derogatory slur for Asians. And while telling a story, Victor, in passing and not really with malicious intent, used the N-word. Also, back on the first day of live feeds, Corey said that something was "gay," but Jozea, who was there, actually did call him out on it.


Will this continue? Will any of these horrible comments make it onto the TV show? The only sliver of good news for CBS is that one of the people involved in this, Jozea, is probably going to be evicted this week while Bronte, who at least seemed to recognize her bad judgment, is one of the top targets for the powerful, large alliance in the game.

But even if these HGs are evicted early, the comments are definitely an unwanted headache for Big Brother 18 and a bad sign for the long season to come.

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