After watching the show tonight, I began to wonder what really happened in the veto competition that Jase won. If anyone saw or heard more about it, I would like to hear about it.
Here's what we know for sure:
On the feeds, Karen stated that BB was trying hard in the diary room to get people to comment that the veto competition was equally fair to women and men, to show that Lori had a fair chance or equal chance at winning. Karen was upset by this and made a comment to BB like, "Did you see those guys throwing her (Lori) through the air??" Karen was urging others to make only simple comments to express their displeasure if they wanted to get a point through, because otherwise BB would edit their comments into something favorable.
Will, who admittedly loves air time, did say in the DR that he thought the challenge was set up to be one that isn't unfair to one sex or the other. However, I wonder if Will might have gone on to say that while the game itself was not unfair, that the guys made it unfair in some way. This is just speculation on my part, but the editing always makes me wonder, since I have the feeds.
Lori looked really upset after the competition. She was bent over and leaned her head against the edge of the rope thing, and it looked like she was more upset or tired than she might be if just a normal competition had gone on, but maybe that is my imagination.
I thought the competition looked heavily edited, with lots of stops and starts and cuts from one person to another. I also felt that Lori's words in the DR after the competition seemed very heavily edited.
I didn't feel it was fair for Drew and Jase to work together, but maybe it was allowed strictly because their two symbols were knotted together. Or maybe it was allowed and Karen should have helped Lori.