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    Nia makes Jordan a sympathetic character! What alternate universe is this?
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    How true. I was thinking about that, and wondering if it meant that I hadn't previously given Jordan the benefit of the doubt -- or tried to see past my immediate judgmental reaction-- or if it was somehow all manipulated originally to make him into the 'bad guy' but now that they had a another candidate for bad guy, they were manipulating in the other direction.

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    "Benefit of the doubt" is no excuse. Nia shouldn't really deal with him, but if the word "doubt" is in a phrase, "doubt" means "DON'T".
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    I watched the first couple of episodes and then deleted the rest from my DVR. I just don't find this group of people interesting.
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    After this latest episode I can understand why the girls hate Jessica. She was SUPER ANNOYING today. She's going to give a good christian man what he wants...? I did not realize a ring made you a virgin again. SHUT UP. I can't stand fake ass people.

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    Wait... WHY IS NIYAH STILL IN THE HOUSE?
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    Well, she won't be for long, that's for sure!

    Somebody explain to me why so many people don't train their dogs. It's not cute. That damn dog would have been living on the streets, along with the irresponsible owner, had I been living there.
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    It seems to me that production was criminally negligent with regards to the hair dryer incident. The insider beating as a reaction to the water being thrown was one thing. They should have intervened t that time. However, to stand by and allow a cast mate to ambush another cast mate with a weapon seems actionable to me. I hope Johnny sues both Nia and production.
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    Nia should have been booted off right away for hitting Johnny several times. It seemed like a double standard to me since it was a girl hitting a guy, which was ridiculous.

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    I think Nia was correct that it's not her dog so she shouldn't clean up the poop. They should have apologized to her that she stepped in it. However, Nia has some mental issues - I agree, she should have been taken out of the house immediately after hitting Johnny. And then the hair dryer!

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