"My life gets less like chess and more like whack-a-mole every day." ~ Eleanor Kurtz
<-- "I'm Hexy and I know it!"
Clash of the Titan Egos!
"...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!
He did so badly on the Immunity Challenge that I was cringing for him. And I don't even like him.
I wonder whose idea it was for him to role the boxes so many times? By the time they got to the puzzle part he was so exhausted he couldn't think straight which led to him adding a lot of confusion to their efforts.
Just a bad scene all around.
I'm not sure if Phillip is getting a better edit this season or not, but I am actually enjoying watching him. Yeah, he's a little out there, but it's amusing. If Phillip hadn't provided some comic relief, this last episode would have been a total snooze-fest.
Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History...Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
So far he hasn't accused anyone of being racist against him for no reason (something even I didn't like watching), so I guess so.
WGWG: White Guy with Guitar, best show example being American Idol. WGWGs are usually young and widely considered to be attractive, thus forming the expectation that the young female audience would be standing behind them throughout the show, no matter how much vocal talent they have or, as is often the case, lack. As with the country cult, their huge following has shown to spell doom for anybody that doesn't fit the WGWG description.
I can find bits of him amusing and infuriating watching him for one hour a week, but I know I couldn't take him 24/7. I would have to find lots of make-busy work around the camp just to get away from his ridiculous persona.