Based on Ep. 1, he's gonna work my last nerve. To quote the great Howard Stern Show: "Neither fun nor funny".
"Nina, have you ever been in a thunderdome?"
I wish he didn't dress like he was 10
The average dog is a nicer person than the average person
I know, a bit like Obie/Richie---a lot of redheads seem to take a while to mature physically. (Before they look like Spencer!)
Andy looks like a red Yoda.
I do not like him.
"...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer.
When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!
Toadie comes to mind. You know how the bully always has a sidekick? Andy is the sidekick to whoever is doing the bullying. Although he calls what he does `being a friend to everyone.' Yeah, unless you are the target of the bully.
The thing about empathy is…it doesn't have a price tag; However, it will certainly cost you other things. it will cost you time to sit with someone you disagree with. It will cause you to swallow your pride... and it will cost you the “victory” of always being right.
Yesterday he was apologizing about remarks he made about Elissa via Twitter--or rather the backlash he was seeing about it. Later he is making excuses about how Elissa was being a bully(something we at home couldn't see) and if you challenged her, she would then target you. Didn't he get her mixed up with Amanda? Was there some curtain she dragged him to for the bullying that we at home just weren't able to view? E had no idea what A was saying about her--she voted for him to win the money!
They all are. Making excuses, saying it was the pressure of being in the house, things taken out of good old context(a liar's best friend), or we are home took it all wrong. You almost feel like gathering them in a studio, playing all the video, using a pointer to show them, and saying this is what came out of your mouths.