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Offline chunkylover53

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Something Fishy in the Voting??
« on: June 28, 2006, 01:45:38 PM »
Big Brother 7 candidates’ appearances may reveal producers’ choices

A correspondent who identifies him- or herself only as a former show insider speculates that, before voting closes for the Big Brother 7 houseguests, some have already been selected for a spot in the house.

Seven of the 20 contenders have made only one or two appearances in the past week in support of their candidacy. Those seven are Danielle, Ivette, Janelle, Jase, Mike Boogie, Nakomis, and Dr. Will.

The low number of public appearances would suggest that, if the audience doesn’t vote them in, they’ll be among the producers’ selections, and thus have no need to campaign. As the correspondent points out, “There’s definitely something fishy going on, because there’s no way Alison, the most annoying contestant on earth, would actually score more airtime than dreamy Dr. Will.”

It’s an interesting theory, although the choices don’t seem entirely rational. One would imagine that Kaysar, for example, would get a spot before Nakomis or Danielle. The rest, however, seem like people who will definitely be in the house regardless of which six houseguests the public chooses.
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Re: Something Fishy in the Voting??
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2006, 02:01:25 PM »
intersting...since the public is suppose to vote in 6  and there are 12 in the house... one of the 7 listed here will not make the house.

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Re: Something Fishy in the Voting??
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2006, 06:51:48 PM »
If one or more of those 7 gets voted in, it's not an issue.  I don't know CBS can pick there 6 before they know America's 6.  How do they know that these would be the best choices to round off who is already picked?