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  1. Hamster Headlines and Past BB Seasons

    Singing hamsters would be tazed.
  2. Listen to people when they tell you who they are. She keeps insisting that she's crazy, and yeah, I absolutely believe her when she says that. Something's not right about that girl. I mean, clearly.
  3. That video... Ha! Yes, no one else in the whole world could possibly understand how close they are and what they've been through—although there are currently what, something like 7.4 billion people on the planet—because these two and their 23 days of knowing each other and that pregnancy/miscarriage story are THAT unique. Step aside, humans, these two are waaayyy more fascinating than you.
  4. BB20 House Discussion

    I did love Tyler's reaction to winning AFP. And I admit I teared up just a little when Kaycee won and when she hugged her parents. Julie was right, I think: best season ever. Just now watching the backyard interviews... yeah. It does seem from what Swaggy/Bayleaf said that there is a bun in the fucking oven. Jesus; what are these two thinking? (Getting this from them refusing to talk about whether they want to get started on having babies. If you do or you don't, you say you do or you don't. If you're told by CBS that mum's the word... then you get what we saw. Yikes.)
  5. Love Your Hamster Watchers

    Is this where I admit that I've never seen Survivor? It's true. Maybe I'll check it out. I do like this place... it's a sane place on the 'net, and there aren't many of those. Thanks to all who keep it readable/nonpolitical. It's a haven.
  6. The Final HOH

    So the rule about telling the about-to-be-evicted houseguest that they're about to be evicted... exists or does not exist? I feel like I hear about it, but since they always seem to know, I assume it's just not enforced?
  7. Love Your Hamster Watchers

    Hahaha... omg that made me laugh this morning, and I needed it! Thanks, Magpie. Caitlyn tries. Not very hard, but, well, no, I guess she doesn't really try.
  8. The Final HOH

    I'm guessing it's because they actually are somewhat alike. They don't go ballistic or really get all that ruffled when fucked with; they just yell back a little, and it's over. Neither one of them is too high-strung. Neither is an uptight jerk; both are really nice. Neither runs around the house spreading silly, goofy lies, and neither one spends too much time parannoying. They can just hang without trying to play a role/persona. (Maybe they figured that out early on? Just a hypothesis I'm coming up with on the fly.) Both are athletic and not dummies when it comes to comps. JC doesn't fit that mold. Brett doesn't (drama bomb; but we love that about him). Swag/Bay don't. Rockstar doesn't. Was anyone else really all that chill? Angela was. Maybe Winston, but he was bounced early. Caitlin sure as shit didn't fit that description—and god help me, but I miss that total freakshow. She really brought the crazy better than anyone.
  9. BB20 House Discussion

    Totally agree. The DR montage, with Rockstar overemoting and crying, "I wanted to see a picture of my baby." had me in stitches!! That woman is just pure schadenfreude for me—best wtf-were-you-thinking-award winner of the season for me. (Yes, more so than Sam, who, in my opinion, would do or say anything for a buck; I don't buy her wide-eyed schtick for a second.)
  10. POLL: America's Favorite

    Brett and Kaycee, but alas, I can't be arsed to vote.
  11. BB20 House Discussion

    I may be an outlier here, maybe not, but I have always liked the way this game can (and often does) go sideways at the end. I guess I like the unpredictability factor more than the individuals themselves. There's no "deserves to win" in my world; there's only observing the way the game plays out, and it's always really interesting to me because every season plays out a little differently. I'm not a big game show person, with the exception of Jeopardy!; I prefer the social experiment aspect more (deprivation, isolation, emotional upset, extreme and inexplicable bonding, risk assessment, etc.). I mean, winning a pile of money is no kind of guarantee of happiness, since that can (and often does) go sideways too, so I'm not invested in who gets the pile so much as watching them all squirm in their desire to satisfy their egos. That's the draw for me. I'd be fine with Julie either staying or going—as others have noted, she'd be going out on top, and that's not a bad thing. She's hosted for 20 seasons. Change can be a good thing, but I suppose that depends on why one likes the show to begin with.
  12. angelmi, can you please explain what this means? I'm having trouble parsing little phrase stuck in the middle: sounds like OJ?