But really, if they're smart, the house guests would stay away from the social media sites regarding the show. Howard pointed out that he didn't watch BBAD or look at any of the feeds, because he didn't want to get any more upset than he was. And I suspect not much of anything nasty was said about Howard, since he was one of the top vote getters for America's Favorite, despite not even making jury, so he was just talking about how the behavior of the others was making him feel. That should have woken up those who remained in the game longer to the fact that what they might see would not be pretty or comforting.
Oh, and the one I really hope gets some help is GM. Every once in a while, under all the ugliness of her behavior, there were glimmers of decency, such as what appeared to be a genuine dilemma over whom she should take to the final two if she were in the position to decide, so maybe she really could learn from this experience with the proper help. And if she is suffering from an eating disorder, she really needs help with that.