Um, why would the producers do anything that could potentially eliminate some drama? They would not and they will not. This is the show that lives off the drama these seven people create and the more drama there is the better it is. From a different prespective, I think it's a good idea to have the 'victim' decide what he/she wants to do. It would be really hard for the producers to draw the line as to which contact is good and which one is bad, so by leaving it up to the 'victim', they in a sense ask for that person's evaluation of what happened.Originally Posted by lilymax1;2700389;
Secondly, I wasn't impressed with Parisa this past week. I was just starting to warm up to her and then bam. I've said many times already that Trisha is nothing good, so I won't do that again, but I personally think Parisa would be better off letting Trisha stay. Why? Parisa is already alianated from the rest of the group, especially the girls. By doing this, she made them even more angry towards herself. I know she was all about "how I feel", blah blah, but being friends with people is a two way street, you have to be willing to sacrafice something of your own. By sending their best friend home, I'm not surprised KellyAnn and Ashli are acting like that, nor do I blame them really. I think it would be better if Parisa showed how much a better person she is and let Trisha stayed, I think that would score her some points with the roommates and it could've been sort of like the new start for everyone.