As we get nearer to the finale, CBS gets more careful with the jury members, suspecting jury taint in every question. So I apologize for the brevity of this interview, as a few of FORT’s questions did not make it past the CBS filter. We’re not left with much, but Keesha Smith, the Hooters waitress from Burbank, CA, gives us a glimpse into her head just as she leaves the game in fourth place.
First off, is there anything you did in the house that you’re going to have to answer for when you get home?
I don’t really think so.
What move in the game did you make that you are proud of?
I am happy that I won HOH on the double elimination day and got rid of Ollie.
Every year there is a theme of keeping one’s integrity in a game that relies on deception. Where do you draw the line between personal integrity – keeping one’s word – and using lies to get ahead in the game?
The main thing that meant a lot to me is for America not to view me as this backstabbing deceitful person who hurt people on a personal level. I always tried to keep the things I did on a game level. I just tried to deal with things in the house how I would deal with them in the outside world.
Who would you say is the sneakiest player left in the house?
Who do you think is ultimately responsible for your eviction, and how did it happen?
Memphis is responsible for my eviction and I never really got an answer out of him but I think he saw my relationship with Dan as a huge threat.
Is there anything you want America to know about you or your time on the show?
I just want people to understand that we were put into an unrealistic situation and by no means was it easy for any of us and some of the things we have done on the show is because we felt like we had no other choice and at the time thought that it would be the right thing.
You, Libra, Michelle, and April had some loud fights in the house. How would you say you survived longer than the rest of them?
I think I may have survived longer than the rest of them by having a couple people that I trusted. It is very hard to trust anyone in that house but I think that you always need someone who you can trust as much as you can in this game to have your back. I would say it is very hard to carry yourself through this game alone.