Hmmmmmm DB ... it would seem we are carrying on a disagreement in such civility you'd think we were Canadians.Originally Posted by Danger Bunny
It would also seem we are not discussing the same thing ... you are expressing amazement that people are saying JP forced Janu to quit, while I am saying JP overstepped his role.
And it would seem that our reaction to Stephenie could be part of the reason. You are a Stephenie fan and therefore appear to want to see her win the game, on the other hand I am not a Stephenie fan, and I don't want her to win. In the last episode Janus quitting was necessary for Stephenie to continue in the game, so I would expect you to be happy at the turn of events that saw Janu quit. I, on the other hand, wanted Stephenies game to come to an end, and was disappointed that Jeff went farther than he did with his questioning of Janu than he did when Ashlee and Jeff Wilson quit the game.
It seems to me that JP has become a lot more snarky and aggressive this season, and is playing a much bigger role. I didn't mind when he challenged James, although James called JP a liar on "Live", claiming he only spent a minute tying his skirt; and that his knot was a challenge for Koror, but that was edited out. I didn't mind when he challenged Ibrehem, because Ib seemed to be such a non-factor. But on the latest episode, he went farther in the way he was interrogating Janu.
Did JP force Janu to quit ... no, I'll agree with you there ... she made the final decision. Even when we chose to let someone else to make decisons for us - that is a choice. I suspect that is part of the message you are trying to convey.
BTW, I think Tom is likely aware that if its Stephenie and him at F2, he will win $100,000. At this time Coby would vote for Stephenie, Janu and Caryn likely would, and by the end of the game at least one other person would be pissed at Tom.
And as emjoi said, JPs role in the last ep. interferred with Greggs plan. So it's not just that Janu quit, it's that JP interferred with the game of at least 2 other players.