"Worrying does not take away tomorrow's troubles, it takes away today's peace".
I mean for God's sake, why not just write the guy a check for a million dollars already? If he doesn't get the million this time does that mean there's a fifth time coming? I do not get the fawning and all of the oohing and ahhing over the guy. It's not like he's a genius so much as a guy of average intellegence surrounded by morons.
We're all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. Oscar Wilde
In any other season, this would be a final 3's dream. All Rob needed to do was point to Natalie and Phillip and say 'you really want to award that?'
I do agree, though, if Rob doesn't win this needs to be it. Mostly because I hated seeing some people for the second and third time, so while I don't mind Rob, enough is enough. I can only imagine if this was Rupert or Fairplay.
What the heck is Phillip rambling on about?
So, Natalie thinks that she deserves to win because she rode Rob's coattails and Phillip thinks he deserves to win for implementing Rob's plans. Rob thinks he deserves to win because he's spent a third of his life playing a reality game show and he has a family to provide for--who've already had the opportunity to put away quite a bit of money, compared to the average young family, from all the other reality shows he and Amber have been on.
I'm telling you, I'd be asking if I could abstain from the vote if I were a jury member.
And yeah, I would have had more respect for Rob if he'd just said he had outwitted, outlasted, and outplayed, rather than whimpering on about providing for his family.
I believe this season was promoted as Rob and Russell's "Last Chance" at the million. So I hope they keep that promise if Rob doesn't win, even though I like Rob.
With both giving Rob the credit, you would think Rob should win. But...I don't think he will...there is too much envy and there is too many upset that he did not bring them through to the end. Rob promised so many. I think Natalie may have this if she answers the jurors questions right.
Featherhead is cracking me up!!!
"...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!