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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:38 am 
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It's not your TV or your ears, Des. HMs either gabble at a terrible rate or communicate in sepulchral whispers. I too have to strain to hear them. Plus the editors cut the scenes so fast they miss bits out and destroy the sense of what is happening (for example what Adam said to cause Lydia to rear up in horror).
. Still, this should all improve when the numbers drop in the house - fair play to Ch5 = they are trying to cover everyone in there.
Yes, Caroline is a little acid drop. She could be interesting pitted against Lydia. Unlike Lydia, she is unfettered by trying to prove she's a lady and therefore different from those other common types. Caroline has the freedom of social confidence to be as she wishes.
This could be good, Des!


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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:00 pm 
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A House Divided

How quickly they have turned on one another!
The least likeable backbiting creature is Benedict. His habit of pontificating from the moral high ground is vomit making. Tonight he took it upon himself to lecture Scott about being drunk last night. He had felt it necessary, he said, to be stern with him, he being the elder stateman and all that. Who made him judge and jury, I cannot tell. But as the old saying goes, 'Judge not that ye be not judged'. Who is Benedict to judge a young man who had a touch too much champagme? It's not as if Scott climbed into the bath to have a little fun with himself for the cameras; it's not as if Scott insisted on relalting to the others that he also had some fun in the toilet; it's not as if Scott gave a repeat performance in the bath tonight in case anyone misssed it the first time. Yet Benedict has concerns about Scott; he feels the boy is embarrassing himself by putting on the Pride and Prejudice accent and will regret it in later years. What on earth does Benedict know about embarrassment? he has no shame whatsoever. And it is surely better to aspire to Mr Darcy than Mr Casaubon! However, his days in the house may be numbered. Several HMs have declared their dislike of him tonight. The most articulate was Scott himself - he thinks Benedict is an angry man who is raging inside. I'd be raging too if the only talent I had was for public masturbation.
Oh, and teaching Becky French with an execrable accent, Becky who has difficulties enough with English.

Was it Ashleigh's or Caroline's father who explained when asked than an orgy was a special cuddle? No matter - she should get Benedict's opinion.

AS predicted, Arron is being unbearably cocky about the public saving him from eviction. He feels that now HMs know him, they won't nominate him. Poor boy - they probably won't, but only because they have bigger fish to fry right now. He still has not forgiven Deana the set down she gave him the other night. He told her that he doesn't actually dislike her - the problem is they have different morals. He is also still trying to establish his macho credentials and was truly ferocious when he explained how he faces each day - with aggression and fighting spirit. He says he actually grabs the day by the b***s and rips them off. I'm sure Deana was as unimpressed as I am; I'm sure she recalls him nervous on the sofa after she tolfd him off; and perhaps also the way he grovelled when Adam warned him about his prank with the bedroom lights. Perhaps he remembers too how he backed down and has learned that it is better not to play pranks on people Like Adam and that he should stick to tormenting the girls. Particularly Deana, so long as she's asleep or in another room. So it was that he stole and ate her chocolate and put her epilator in Becky's bed. What a jolly wheeze, eh? Then there was the cane - girls were poked with it as they slept, particularly Deana. She ought to ram that cane down that boy's throat.

The task tonight was a paired dance off with Lydia as judge. Arron rehearsed his moves in his onesie, then he lent it to Luke S and stormed the dance floor with a hoodie pulled up over his face. All to no avail. Sara defeated him. Benedict was paired with Luke A and was definitely porny, thrusting his hips at Luke and being generally suggestive. Poor Luke didn't know where to put himself. Asheligh and Luke S were partners but I couldn't watch them dance I was so afraid he was going to have his way with her on the floor. Becky, paired with Caroline, was terrifying as she bared great lumps of thigh and shook her rear, but she won. The most astonishing was Deana who danced like a wild woman and took everyone by surprise.
The winners of the dance off were treated to a party. The losers were surly and resentful, making unpleasant remarks about the fortunate ones, particularly Deana and Scott. Arron was delighted, of course. Caroline practically wept in the DR over being excluded from the party and moved herself to tears recalling a time when she missed a New Year's party. I don;t think we've ever seen such a sullen reaction to a divide before.


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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 6:45 am 
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And it is surely better to aspire to Mr Darcy than Mr Casaubon!


Better Tom Jones than Joseph Andrews? In fact, with my real-time reviewing, I myself have, I fear, the Casaubon Delusion.
Big Brother is today's Gulliver's Travels or Modest Proposal or Rape of the Lock, today's Alexander Pope masquerading as Jonathan Swift and vice versa. We learn so much from BB.

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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:06 pm 
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Hilarious, tonight. Benedict's Cult of Onanism. The expression "getting his point across" was used by the Announcer. And Benedict (with his deadpan face) mentioned to Caroline about trying to get her to see "where he was coming from." Straight up.

Lydia worrying about the group now being seen as part of Benedict's sexual safety-valve evangelism was spot on.

Caroline attempting to eat a fish-eye was another highlight!

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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:47 pm 
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Creep Corner

Benedict set the tone for the show tonight. As you can imagine, the tone was low. 'I masturbated in the shower. I am not ashamed.' This was in response to the news that Caroline was going to nominate him because of his uncontrollable need to relieve himself anywhere and everywhere, like a tomcat spraying every corner to mark its territory. Benedict being Benedict, he turned his habits into an evangelical mission for the good of the Youth of today. There is something wrong with British attitudes to sex, he says. His public performances are his attempt to remedy that. There followed a diatribe about STIs, teenage pregnancy, and the way children's lives are being put at risk - all of this can be cured by watching him pleasure himself and hearing him talk about it? Or about how he wet the bed and lay in it? Or how he lost his virginity aged 10 (it was 10 he said, right?). He mocked Caroline as a silly little girl who ran away from anything sexual. Well, all I can say is most women would object to Benedict.
However, as much as he minds her sexual repression, never let it be said that he would leave a young person unenlightened. So he sought Caroline out and insisted in talking about masturbation again. She protested, she insisted she didnt want the conversation, she told him he was making her uncomfortable - but he was inexorable . He is not relieving himself in the toilet, he said. And she mustn't think he was mastrubating in the shower gratuitously - he did it on purpose, to be seen, to get his point across to the Young of today. (Outside the house, he could get himself arrested for his public demonstrations.) I found the whole conversation uncomfortable as he lectured and chided and patronised Caroline who was clearly embarrassed. But he was only trying to instruct her on where he was coming from. Yup - he really said that, as if the whole nation doesn't know about his coming - he's told us often enough. It was such a relief when he stopped talking at last.
But of course, he couldn't let the topic drop because Caroline had not accepted his view of things. He sought her out again - to tell her he understood her giggling at him - it was nervousness. He understands this this because teachers know that people giggle out of nerves.
In the hot tub (how can the others sit in there with him when they know his propensities?) both Lydia and Deana had a go at him - Lydia because she doesn't want to be part of his 'mission', Deana because he was offensive. It all went over his head.
The nastiest part was when someone commented that it wasn't right to be talking to a young girl like that - he was quick to say he didn't consider Caroline young - that he talked to 11 year olds in his class like that presumably when he was a teacher. How disturbing is that? Sex education by a pornographer.
I foreee schools all over the country being called tomorrow by parents wanting to withdraw their children from sex education.
Scott says he's just a sex robot. I think that's a good description because his encounters with himself seem rather cold and joyless.

And if he treating Caroline badly wasn't enough, this expert in the field of understanding young people came close to devastating Lauren by informing her that other Hms don't like her. This is her vulnerable spot and he jumped right on it, quite deliberately. Then Ash, who complained about the smell of the chickpeas he'd left standing, was dismissed with a lecture on the starving millions in the world who would be glad of chickpeas. He really doesn't like women much, does he? he has no real empathy with them - I suppose years in porn will do that to a man.

There was a punishment/prize task tonight. Sara had to clean the bathroom, toilet and kitchen floor with a toothbrush - I feel like writing to BB to tell them that this should have been Benedict's task. Caroline's task was excruciating - to eat a fish eye. her distress was real - poor Caroline, as if she hadn't been through enough with Benedict and his cold eyed disapproval.

And then there was Deana, yet again tagetted by the maturity challenged Arron - water pistols this time, and a voice of authority telling her and Lydia to F *** off.
Am liking Lydia more - she's not afraid to challenge these two appalling men.
I think Benedict has sealed his fate too - I'll be glad to see the back of him.


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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 6:34 am 
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As I said earlier, I agree with Lydia's point of view on Benedict's sexual evangelism. Marion's view, too, spoken later.
Benedict is serious (hilarious in his deadpan seriousness) in trying to acclimatise anyone (who thinks otherwise) that onanism should be a socially acceptable safety-valve ("just like brushing one's teeth," he said) to prevent possible repercussions of forced/unwise actions beyond one's self....and sincerely believes his blatant showiness in the shower will reduce the ostensible self-shame or stigma of such an act. I don't think his theory-in-practice (a theory taken for argument's sake on its own terms) has worked in the context of BB.

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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 10:45 pm 
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A Bizarre Too Far

So Benedict is up for eviction - he is a bizarre too far, then. His behaviour tonight was bizarre in another direction - someone told him that Arron said he was boring. So naturally he pulled Arron up like a third form pupil, wanting to talk the situation over. What situation is this? Arron thinks he's boring; I suspect most people do. Arron grovelled, as he does when faced with confrontation with a male HM, and then exploded with rage at the backstabbers who ratted on him. Naturally he blamed Lydia and Deana. No grovelling then - it was like watching Vesuvius boil over. As usual, he screamed abuse; as usual he tried to intimidate them into silence by shouting them down; as usual Lydia got the better of him (does he never learn?). Then, and only then, did Benedict tell the brat that it was not Lydia or Deana who backstabbed him. Bizarre.

The other night, Scott said that Benedict was an angry man. Tonight we saw this in the DR as he mimicked the HMs cruelly - his rage at being nominated was palpable. They haven't a brain cell between them, he snarled; they want modelling contracts and such, he squeaked in a high pitched mockery of I'm not sure who; they refuse to take seriously serious matters like masturbation. THis mockery entitles us to question why he is in the house: to reivve a flagging career in porn? Get some magazine deals before he gets much older? Oh, but I forgot - his motivation for going into the house is a noble man - for the sake of the sex education of the Youth of today.Gone was Mr Supercool and the Voice of Reason - what we were left with was a petty angry man who thought he was going to be King of the House because of his sophisticated way of life and his superior intelligence. Bizarre indeed.

Lauren is also up for eviction. Generally the others find her a moaner about things like ketchup and mayonnaise. And she tries too hard to befriend people . And she cries a lot. She certainly cried buckets tonight and sang the same dirge about not being liked. I only hope that she pulls herself together in case she irritates the public into saving Benedict instead of her.
I just want to give that girl a hug and remind her that you don't go into BB to make friends.

Lydia is upping her game - she's bessie mates with Deana but also nominated her as she doesn't want to be defined by Deana's negativity. She's a tough player, is Lydia. But I forgive her for the way she wipes the floor with little boy Arron.

Arron actually said a wise thing tonight - he says he can see himself going through life not understanding himself. He's smarter than he looks.

let's hope BB gives them a sur task tomorrow - I'm tired of their endless nomination talk.


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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 6:56 am 
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Benedict is indeed a strange cove. His mouth expresses the ultimate passive/aggressive knowingness - with a Chinese Wall beyond which we can only guess at his inner emotions, emotions pulling the strings of his clinical, socially-minded, hard-faced, hard-core porn underpinned by his multi-tentacled heterosexuality and his multifaith atheism and his schoolteacherly postures.

I am at a loss about Lauren's nomination. She seems to be the group's collective-unconscious offering of a sacrificial lamb towards some vaguely disinterested God who has created Benedict almost as a hobby or experiment to while away Eternity.

And, yes, Marion, I prefer BB when the HMs are not allowed to discuss nominations...as was mostly the case in the past.

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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:04 pm 
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Rats And Bubblegum

Well, I wished for less nomination talk and more tasks. BB heard me. The Lab Rats task kept the HMs busy all day and there were very few whispering backstabbings tonight.
Luke A, Lydia and Benedict, selected as most intelligent HMs by their peers (much to Scott's chagrin), were transformed into scientists charged with performing experiments on the others who had been transformed into white rats for the day. Their rat heads were quite cute, and Lauren really suited hers!
The first test was to see if the rats could work out how to get good food for going round and round in the hamster wheel. This ended in tears because Caroline objected to Becky handling the prize sandwiches and then putting them back in the box. She also disliked Becky resting a boob on her shoulder; her disgust was comical. But after all, Becky has to rest them somewhere!
Lauren's food faddiness also caused a problem which caused Luke S to vent in the DR. She complained that she could not eat bread. He pointed out that she munched nothing but bacon rolls with ketchup and mayonnaise.
Arron, who automatically blamed Lydia for the poor food he got from the test, has decided to 'liberate' the smoked salmon which BB has put in the store for Lydia's birthday treat tomorrow. He's a mean spirited creature. Becky told him off, however, so possibly she has forestalled him.

The temptation task was funny too - lab rats were given something which they had to keep watching; BB sent things in to distract them. Shievonne has nerves of srteel - to win the pizzas she had to ignore a giant snake thing. She never wavered, but only crooned comfort to herself. Luke S was to be distracted by a rather fetching burlesque dancer. Good man - he never once glanced in her direction, even when she was tossing silvery stuff down her half naked torso. Lydia did remark that Benedict would have to go to the shower now.

Scott was the subject in a conformity test (what does that mean? Luke S asked - cringe - Connor said he had a sore brain.. I am only surprised to discover he has a brain at all.) HMs, pretending to be hypnotised, had to perform daft actions (Deana was really good pretending that she had no clothes on). The test was to see if Scott would go along with the others or speak up and say he wasn't hypnotised. He conformed, quite possibly because he guessed the nature of the task.

The importance of uniform was demonstrated by both Lydia and Benedict. Caroline found Benedict very atractive in his white lab coat and specs (and it's true, you know, specs do do something for a man); while Lydia found life easier wth an assumed persona and a part to play. Interesting.

Benedict actually managed to get a smile out of me tonight - in the DR, he had a massive vent about the stupidity and vapidity (vapidness?) of his fellow HMs. The mimicry was again quite funny until he mocked their aspirations. His own aspirations are not anything to write home about, so he turned a funny scene into an own goal.

He shared a laugh with Lydia and their gang about Lauren being a poor victim - and then sat patiently with Lauren as she expained that the reason she gets on with him so well is that she understands him whilst the others don't. Ouch! She really can't read people, can she?

Lydia is poisoning Deana's mind against Shievonne. Why? I have no idea. I'd have thought she had bigger fish to fry. However, she deemed Shievonne to be the biggest game player in the house - and aggressive with it. Reluctantly, I shall have to look more closely at Shievonne - Lydia is often right.

Ashleigh is pondering a little more sexual activity with Luke S in the house and asked Shievonne for her opinion. Shievonne was very encouraging, even suggesting Asheligh move from a centre bed to a corner one for privacy. Much laughter over trying out Luke S - as Shievonne put it, to see if Lauren was getting the bubblegum or not.

The good news is that the lab rats task lasts another day.
Bliss- hopefully no nomination talk again!


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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 6:59 am 
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I have to disagree with Marion. I found the lab-rats task quite boring, especially when compared to the 'non-laughter' task last week. Some good moments that Marion draws out above, though. I go through a phase - at least once in every series - where I think all the HMs are chancers and unreal. But that's life I suppose.
I'm coming round to wanting Lauren to leave this week and the 'interesting' Benedict to stay.

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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 5:59 pm 
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des2 wrote:
I have to disagree with Marion. I found the lab-rats task quite boring, especially when compared to the 'non-laughter' task last week. Some good moments that Marion draws out above, though. I go through a phase - at least once in every series - where I think all the HMs are chancers and unreal. But that's life I suppose.
I'm coming round to wanting Lauren to leave this week and the 'interesting' Benedict to stay.



If Lauren cries much more, she'll be spewed out of the house in a tidal wave of her own tears. I wonder sometimes how genuine her tears are. She came into the house on the poor-me ticket and she's milking it for all its worth.,


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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 11:10 pm 
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I Can't Camembert It!


Hooray! Nomination talk has been banned! The HMs look a bit bewildered. As Caroline pointed out, that's all they have done for days! What will they talk about now? The plus side is they will be less boring. Benedict complained to BB about the rule change as he and Lauren had been nominated by a cabal. I am coming to hate the sight of him steepling his fingers and pursing his lips that prissy way he has when he's annoyed.

The lab rat task continued. They conducted a kind of Milgram experiment, where three subjects were to be given electric shocks for answering questions wrongly. The voltage applied was to be progressively higher - but wasn't really. The subjects were merely acting. And what a good little actress Lauren was, screaming and begging for mercy. I think Lauren does an awful lot of acting...
Not acting was the most shocking thing about Lydia as the scientist. She seemed quite prepared to administer massive shocks - Lauren's agony did not soften her. She said (twice before pressing the lever)that if it was that bad, Lauren could walk out any time. Luke A was horrified by the whole thing but took too long to say so and gain some credit. Benedict guessed, I'm sure, that the whole thing was faked. he gave the game away when he queried if Lydia and Luke would suspend values to conform with what was expected of them. Milward, yes, Benedict knew about that experiment.

Benedict is upping his game pre-eviction night. When Caroline flunked the maze test, his voice slipped into sneer mode again, a place where he always lurks, waiting to erupt with contempt ( something else I am coming to hate). He called her a b***h, and mocked her 'delicate life', called her spoiled. Just as in his working life he plays to the lowest denominator, so in his personal observations he reaches for the meanest weapon - Caroline's class. And all this because she was not happy to listen to him expound on masturbation. This man gets all my chimes and whistles going off.

Of course, other HMs have their issues. Luke A is finding Luke S hard to deal with. LUke S wants to be the boss man. Luke S takes charge in the kitchen. Luke S ignores and excludes him. He also finds the conspiracies and ganging up in the house hard to deal with. Luke A is possibly too straightforward and nice to withstand this crew.

A highlight of the evening was Lydia's birthday. She was in a state of high tension all day (and not just because of the electric shocks she was happy to administer) in anticipation of the surprises BB might have in store for her. She was certain some of her celebrity friends might visit the house free of charge (Benedict: Do they really like you that much?) The day wore on and BB didn't even wish her a happy birthday. She sulked and fretted but got all dressed up for a party, as did the other HMs. Still nothing happened and she retired to bed in a huff. Finally, BB called her to the DR and gave her a teensy birthday cake. She reacted with scorn until BB told her she would receive a very special prize if she made a rousing birthday speech to the HMs. She said she would be like Benedict and ramble. (this pair make really good sparring partners.) Anyway, she made a long rambling speech about birthdays past and name dropped like crazy with Nimrod playing in the background and sent herself up wonderfully - an unexpected side to her - and won a phone call from her fiance. She fell apart at sound of his voice and proposed that they marry as soon as she got out of the house. In a week or two she'll be suggesting they marry in the house.

Becky provided another small highlight during the birthday celebrations - she leapt into the pool, fully dressed in a tent, caused a tidal wave to flood the garden, and crossed the water like a Spanish galleoon in full sail.
Bless her!

The one liner of the night was from the maze test when the safe words signalling the end of the hunt for the cheese was 'I can't Camembert it!'
Worthy of a Carry On film that is!


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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:43 am 
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Marion Arnott wrote:
Hooray! Nomination talk has been banned!


Fresh from my increasing success with Portugal on the TTA Forum Euro Football thread/sweepstake, I am also pleased that the BB Authorities seem to have read our comments here, Marion, about the HMs' boring nomination-natter.

Lydia is quite a gal. Her weaselly elfin face is sleek and hints at whisker preening as ploys and steely stances fleet through her over-active Machaivellian brain. One to watch. So different from the bushy-tailed Caroline...who seems to be infected by Lauren's understated bird-flu of the spirit.

Becky's inner robot coming to the surface of the puppy-stuffing in prone, frozen moon-walking was another highlight.

Meanwhile, Benedict is shaping up to be the ultimate conspirator, conniver, with that down-turned trapezium mouth in mock passive/aggressivenes to conceal the power of the intellect suppling up its muscles within, emerging now and again like a series of verbal-materialized orcs to defend him against any imaginary inner-robots peeling off sporadically from communal psycho-cages or temporary alliances of other HMs' simple minds and machinations, paradoxically more important now that nomination-natter has been still-birthed in its tracks.

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 Post subject: Re: Big Brother
PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:00 am 
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Yes, I'm beginning to come round to the idea of Benedict staying tonight. I cannot like him, but there's yards of blog material in that man, whereas Lauren...well, there's only so much pity you can feel, only so much plaintiveness you can tolerate.
Besides, Benedict and Lydia are worthy opponents, sharp as razors and full of cunning.
Yes, I think Benedict should stay tonight. He and Lydia provide a necessary edginess to the proceedings.


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After that performance tonight, I am glad that Benedict has gone, after all.

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