As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron. - H.L. Mencken .
To me, Colton was the most memorably awful person. I don't know why, but his viciousness sticks with me (while I don't remember Corinne at all, even after I googled her). But I do think that Colton was nasty because of the way he was raised and his experiences during his lifetime. In other words, I think his nastiness was created and his intrinsic personality might have produced a nice guy in other circumstances.
Abi, however . . . she just seems like pure evil. I can see her as a villain in a James Bond movie, sliding a knife between someone's ribs without a blink and then drinking a cocktail and planning dinner. She strikes me as a psychopath.
Corinne wanted to be hated. She was like the wannabe Jerri.
Jerri was amazing because she was an unintentional bitch, who afterwards had her feelings hurt and didn't understand why people didn't like her.
Corinne's? Yes, it was. It seemed rehearsed, too.
Jerri, for the record, is one of my favorite female survivors ever.
Ahem...It appears the thread is straying too far from the Episode under discussion. Please bring it back on track.
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