First, if you are not a fan of Big Brother you are not welcome to read this blog. Move along.
Second, I am not a die hard Big Brother fan. Last season was the first one I have watched so these posts will be coming from a set of fresh eyes (some what).
Third, this blog will be reviewing the first and second episode, which aired a couple of days ago so I will probably rush this one and it'll be sloppy. Future reviews will be better.
Meet The Cast
This part of the first episode is always tough. No one comes off likable in the short little bios. It's hard to come off likable when you have to project yourself so much onto the audience. I think Bridgette and Cory were the two that came off somewhat normal and tame. I'm only going to post the people I have something to say about.
These are them...
This was a good first two episodes. I like how there were predetermined alliances with the vets and the newbies on both sides. It shook things up right away. It is also fun to see who is actually a big fan of Big Brother and who just signed up to be on every and any reality show to jump start some sort of career. The vets have an advantage because they have seen the ins and outs before. The big time fans have an advantage because they know the way the vets play. Also the fans and the returnees have an advantage because they know that Vanessa is Vanessa. Anybody who watched even one second of last years season should have known that Vanessa was Vanessa as soon as she opened her mouth.
Mama Da did so bad last season she should not have gotten a second chance. The other three went deep into their seasons. Mama Da was like the third one out. The reason she is back though is because she is good at the game. She called the twins last year. She was right about Audrey being the absolute worst. Her problem is that she's not good at the competitions and she's not really likable. Last season she got in trouble because she showed everyone how good she was at calling the twists and understanding the house. This season she's going to have to be a bit more coy. Fighting with Paul isn't going to help.
Speaking of Paul. This dude is going to get himself into trouble. Yo, Paul. shut up! It's day one and youre calling group meetings and telling everyone what their strategy should be. In every competition, whether he was playing or not Paul was the loudest voice. Yelling instructions. Telling people what to do. This isn't the game for that. Calm down and lay low for the first month. Make friends and make jokes and hold your own in the comps. Even the people on his side have to be thinking, well this guy is a loose cannon.
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