11-08-2005, 12:00 PM #351
Jaime has been trying to get rid of Steph since their first team TC. He is only using her, because he doesn't think she has a chance to win anyway. BJ is a decent guy and is still around, because he initially brought strength to the team and since merge has campaigned to stay until he can get on the jury.
Lydia is the only one that I can see being "star struck". Rafe is weak and will follow the path of least resistance. Cindy was the biggest disappointment to me last week. She knows she is low "woman" on the totem pole and yet didn't see the merit in switching sides. Unless these people show me something positive within the next few weeks, I hope none of them make F4.
Judd is an ass, but he showed some character on the last show that was unexpected. Danni needs to start working on the swing votes instead of just saying "Vote your conscience" or "Vote what's best for you"
11-08-2005, 10:12 PM #352
I was wondering why BJ and Steph didn't get booted early also. I know if I was playing, they would be my first targets, just because they have had their chance and I would want my fair shot. I was wondering if there is a *rule* of some sort that they have to keep them around, at least until the merge, for viewing pleasure? To which, I say They both, or mostly Steph, has just seemed way to confident and cocky this season, that it makes me wonder. I know Burnett & co. can't control the game, but they can probably do something. I was especially surprised when Amy brought it up, and no one listened to her. Something just seems weird about this season, and I can't quite put my finger on what is off.
Originally Posted by Melsevene
11-09-2005, 12:11 AM #353
Booting off strong players early is a bad idea. They may have had their chance, but they can contribute in the challenges.
Originally Posted by Sunnyone
11-09-2005, 06:16 PM #354
Originally Posted by user name
True, but if the first 8 weeks of challenges were not all physical, the teams wouldn't need to keep the strong. (that is like saying only the strong and in shape should apply). What if they switched it around to have only mental/smart challenges at the beginning- would they get a clue then and keep all of the nerds? I understand what you are saying, and I do agree with it- however, it is predictable in the beginning and they really need to work on different kinds of challenges to zone in on everyone's strengths- not just the physical. (I will say though that this season really has done well- they voted out Blake and he was really strong, and Brooke was as well)
11-09-2005, 06:29 PM #355
Being strong but out of shape works, too. They often do keep the smart people, even if by accident, much like some weak people can skate by. Normally who goes up front is the people who prove weak in physical challenges and the people who are bossy or lazy.
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