Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
I don't think the comparison to what people can lose a job for applies to a reality show. After all, people can also lose their jobs for sleeping with a co-worker at work or drinking, but those activities take place in the Big Brother house all the time ... and are encouraged / celebrated by the producers. The normal rules for employment don't apply.
I wonder if there will be a change in the rules after this season, because of all the hate speech this season. If there isn't a rule in place regarding racist/sexist/homophobic language now, they really can't do anything about it. But if enough viewers make it clear to CBS that they object to what's happening in the house now and ratings suffer because of it, they may feel forced to make changes.
What's kind of sad is that, in the past, contestants on BB and other reality shows have actually learned to like and respect people who were different than they were and from groups with whom they'd had little contact before. The exact opposite seems to be happening this year.
But then there are casts like this one and BB9 and BB11 and BB4, where too many of them are selfish, entitled young people, and it turns into The Real World more than BB, and becomes sickening fast.
What an UGLY and IGNORANT person Aaryn is. And the sad part is.... even when Amanda brought it to her attention of her racists ways... Aaryn wouldn't even acknowledge her behavior/actions. HOW DARE her compare being called "Barbie" to what she has been saying and/or her imitations... PATHETIC and COMPLETING DISGUISTING!!!
Its DEFINITELY time for Aaryn to go!!!!!
With Aaryn..... What you see is what you get... SOOOO SAD!!!!!!
Aaryn certainly did show her true colors when Amanda was talking to her, and it was not pretty! It's one thing for a person to say insensitive things not realizing the impact that they have. But when faced with the impact, to continue to be insensitive is just pathetic. I thought Amanda did a really nice job of confronting her with it in a way that seemed non-confrontational and would help Amanda to not get too defensive. But, because Aaryn can't see past her own nose, and is clearly WAY to focused on herself, she doens't have the ability to consider another person's feelings. I hope that she behaves that way as a result of immaturity and will grow out of it some day ... but I doubt it. Oh well, that self-centered and self-involved, she may just have a future as the villian on a Real Housewives show some day.
It is going to be very interesting to see how Julie handles this when Aaryn is evicted.