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    Quote Originally Posted by Catniptoy
    They use the person's place of birth as their hometown, even if they haven't lived there for a while, so they can make it seem like there are a lot of true Midwesterners or people from the South or the East Coast in the house.
    That is so true. I know it's not exactly the same, but when I was on a couple of game shows, they always ask you where you were born and give that city as where you're from. They did it for me.....said I was from Chattanooga, Tn, but I was actually living in L.A. (Thank God, I finally moved from that evil city ) There are soo many actors and models out there, that wait tables at night or wind up in pornos, and audition all day long.

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    Hmm... thanks for the advice guys!

    I'm planning on auditioning for the show next year, so I think I now know what I need to do:

    (1) Make a 3-minute video of me being the cockiest pain-in-the-[rump] I can be.

    (2) Mention that I need the attention and that everyone loves me, and that I will be the most famous actor on the planet after I win.

    (3) Make sexist comments and drool over any females that try to interview me in the process.

    (4) Make some obscure reference to the FORT on the first Live Show so that everyone knows I'm not actually the scum I portrayed myself to be during the audition process.


    ... the sad part is, I'm actually beginning to think that could work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Healblade
    Hmm... thanks for the advice guys!

    I'm planning on auditioning for the show next year, so I think I now know what I need to do:

    (1) Make a 3-minute video of me being the cockiest pain-in-the-[rump] I can be.

    (2) Mention that I need the attention and that everyone loves me, and that I will be the most famous actor on the planet after I win.

    (3) Make sexist comments and drool over any females that try to interview me in the process.

    (4) Make some obscure reference to the FORT on the first Live Show so that everyone knows I'm not actually the scum I portrayed myself to be during the audition process.


    ... the sad part is, I'm actually beginning to think that could work.

    You forgot the part about the 2-3 minute clip showing you being amazed at the size of someone's poop.........lol.

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    It's all about the money people, they teach classes for this stuff in Hollywood

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    Don't forget to have an agent, that is key to getting into the House. Make sure you look like you just stepped out of a toothpaste commercial or a beer ad, and actually being in a few commercials wouldn't hurt either. Whatever you do, dont be a viewer or fan of the show, you don't need to know a thing about BB---CBS will get you watch a few episodes then you will completely knowlegeable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkangel
    It's all about the money people, they teach classes for this stuff in Hollywood
    They are on a reality show playing for money. I don't think there's any confusion that it's all about the money.

    As for them all being actors... that's not about money--that's about some lame hope you can be semi-famous. Maybe get a job being an Entertainment reporter or some other lame job these people shoot for after these shows.

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