BB: Not ‘Saved by the Bell’ AKA Tyler and His Minions

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JC was never supposed to make it past Final 4. He doesn’t know Level 6 exists and by the virtue of Level 6 formerly having six people in it, JC wasn’t supposed to even make Final 6, either.

Tyler was never going to win the POV for JC. Veto Queen Kaycee won it and noms are staying the same. JC is just lucky that Winston, Rachel and Brett angered Tyler and messed up more than him.

Tyler, of course, knows JC was never going to the Final 2 but JC is taking a long journey toward this painful reality, that has existed since the beginning of the game. Tyler was never going to split up Kaycee and Angela, in the Double Eviction. JC is lucky that he and Hay or even he and Sam didn’t go home, during the Double Eviction.

Tyler is still stonewalling JC, but he is wrongly blowing up on Tyler. Yes, JC has had a stellar social game, but like Tyler, Angela and Kaycee, you have to actually win some comps, to enact your will, on the house.

As for Tyler, I love how Tyler almost lost control of all his lies, in front of Angela. He was telling Angela that, as independents, Tyler and JC were the middle men, the moles, spying on both sides. JC was collecting intel on Foutte and Tyler was scouting out Level 6.

Tyler and JC were supposed to keep the sides even, but Tyler eventually worked things, so that Foutte would be completely levelled. Tyler did have a Final 2 with JC, but he has a Final 2 with everybody.

JC thought Tyler was his ‘person,’ but Tyler’s been everyone’s ‘person’ – until he gets said person voted out (Kaitlyn, Brett, Hay, and soon, Sam). Rat recognizes rat – but JC still doesn’t know that, all this time, Tyler was also in Level 6. If he doesn’t win HOH next week, he’s #Done.

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Level 6 has won the last 11 competitions, starting with Brett’s veto win, during Fessy’s HOH week. Between the Three – Angela, Tyler and Kaycee – they have won the last 10 competitions.

Tyler, Angela and Kaycee have all won six competitions, a-piece, including twist wins, like Kaycee’s Hacker win and Angela’s win, at the beginning of the game, that put a target on her back and forced her into a duel with Swaggy.

So, Tyler is giving JC a ton of slack – and continuing to play a bang-up social game – when JC, who hasn’t won a single competition, even the non-physical competitions, yells at Tyler, for not winning the veto, for him. JC, Tyler doesn’t owe you anything. He’s lucky Tyler doesn’t tell him this, to his face.

You see, Brett, JC, Sam and possibly even, Kaycee are so loyal, to a fault, that they will do things not in their best interests for Parasite Tyler. Tyler and Brett filled almost the same niche, of the strong, younger guy. Natural selection dictates either Tyler or Brett will survive, but not both. One of them has to go. Why couldn’t Brett fathom that Tyler would be coming after him?

In Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains, Amanda told Parvati to play her idol, and an immediate red flag went up in Parvati’s mind. Parvati then went on to make one of the best moves in Survivor history, by playing her idol and an idol she received from Russell, on her minions, splitting the vote and saving her alliance.

Tyson, who had made a deal with the devil, Russell, to get one of Parvati’s allies, Jerri, out, ended up voting himself out, when his vote for Jerri didn’t count, and the votes for Tyson did. Tyson would have saved himself, if he hadn’t decided to flip, and target Jerri.

In BB20, Tyler told Brett to throw the veto. Why would Tyler tell Brett to throw the veto, if he wanted to keep the Level 6 alliance strong? A red flag should have gone up, in Brett’s head, alerting him to the fact, that Tyler no longer considered him a part of Level 6, and was targeting him.

As for JC, why can’t he see that Tyler keeping these extra two people around, in their Final Four – Angela and Kaycee – is diametrically opposed to Tyler’s Final 2 with himself? To trust Tyler, is to destroy your own game. Tyler is working completely against your self-interest, JC! Wake up!

Tyler’s phenomenal, emotionally-based game can actually explain the weirdness of a bitter jury. People like Kaitlyn, Bay, Hay, Sam, Brett and JC, feel deeply, emotionally connected to Tyler.

The HGs will follow Tyler, even if what he says doesn’t make any sense (the whole plan to backdoor Scottie by pretending to be his friend; claiming Rockstar and Scottie were siblings) or when his plans conflict with their convictions, their games and their self-interest.

Then these followers of Tyler end up in the jury house, and they have no rational explanation, as to why. All they can remember is their emotional connection to Tyler and how that trust was betrayed. They can’t see the strategy at all – because there isn’t much of it, beyond animal magnetism – and then, these jury members become very bitter.

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BB: “The Bayleigh Vote”

TYLER IS A SNAKE

Why would Hay cry with Bay, have a house meeting to clear Bay’s name – and then still vote her out?!?

It was crocodile tears on the part of Hay and Fessy. As I said earlier, the only reason they didn’t have the votes, was because Tyler did this Hail Mary pass, with his Cloud app, disillusioning Sam, and making her believe any attempt to save Bay would be useless.

I am sure that if Sam had gone to Bay and said, ‘I’m voting for you to stay,’ Bay would have told Hay and Hay would have gotten Scottie and Fessy to be on-board.

What Foutte doesn’t understand is that you don’t just end up on the right or the wrong side of the vote – you create your own destiny. You create your own majority, your own numbers! This is what Level 6 has been doing from Day One and that’s why they’re cleaning the floor with these Foutte imbeciles.

The only one who genuinely cried for Bay was Sam. Tyler can steamroll all the other n00b NPCs in the house. But if Tyler ever touches Sam – the same way if Bay, had backdoored Scottie – I will never forgive him. Never.

I don’t mind a good villain, but some things just fly over the moral event horizon.

Now Bay is gone for good. I want Sam to stop crying and to fight. Kaycee is a peer and that would be a fair fight. Kaycee is starting tiffs with Rockstar because she’s angry that RS is taking Sam away from her. But your fight isn’t with an elder and a mother of three, Kaycee. If you have any honor, go to the source. You two fight it out and stop moaning and griping behind each other’s backs. Fight or kiss and make up. Geez.

It looks like RS is going to be gone; Sam is going to have to be able to stand on her own two feet and win this thing for herself. The training wheels are coming off. Mom is nowhere in sight!

As for Faysal, crushing him in this critique, just doesn’t feel like a fair fight. He is just – ugh – he has no game-play to speak of. Swaggy said Fessy was his boy, and that once Swaggy was gone, Fessy would “cook” them all. Fessy barely voted for Swaggy to stay and he definitely didn’t vote for Bay to stay. Fessy’s said it himself: the only thing he wants out of this game is Hay(!).

This is ridiculous. You couldn’t have a more useless sack of potatoes. No wonder JC calls Fessy ‘stupid.’ I can’t believe he has survived this far. Hay doesn’t like him; she just likes the male attention she gets from him. I still maintain Brett is better for her. Brett and Hay bring out the best in each other. They have chemistry. They are the best male and female flirts in the house.

Hay and Fessy just seem like a tragic love story (even though Grodner is desperate for a showmance, now that both Swaggy and Bay are gone). Hay recently opened up to Fessy, about being adopted and such, and they got to second base. But it was still Cringe, because all Hay does with Fessy, is pout. He brings out her worst self.

Fessy just seems too desperate with Hay. He knows he has a hot girl and he can’t bear to lose her! If Fessy and Hay were never in the house together, they would have never connected, in the real world.

As for bringing out the worst in Hay, wine in the bathtub, with Tyler, was the lowest common denominator. I said I wouldn’t judge females (or males) that way, but isn’t she proving Sam right, by hoping to get to Tyler, through lust alone?

In the beginning of her HOH week, one convo with Angela, was enough to sway her to nominate Sam. Good thing RS was there, to talk some strategic sense into Hay! Now, Tyler is supposedly not even her target, and she wants Kaycee out. This is the heights of stupidity! This is why half of Twitter wants Foutte gone, so that those who are left can finally start playing the game.

Hay joins the valley of discarded toys, who have been broken by their HOH week – especially if RS goes home this week. Except for Tyler (the first HOH has a bit of a pass, since no one knows anyone yet) and brave-hearted Scottie, the HOH room has brought out the worst in Kaitlyn, Sam, Bay, Angela and now, Hay. Everyone just takes a power trip!

Big Brother is a slower game than Survivor, and that’s just fine, because the conditions of BB are meant to mirror the daily office politics, of real life. A sped-up version of The Sims let’s say. On Survivor, being in the bush, fending for yourself, brings out a person’s true character in a heartbeat.

In the cushy BB house, especially since being a Have-Not is not such a big deal anymore, people’s true selves can simmer under the surface for weeks and weeks. The villain (Tyler) or the floater (Fessy) can sit around for a month, before anyone gets a clue.

If Tyler was on Survivor, like Chris, he would be gone before he could say ‘Surf’s Up, Dude.’ But on BB he gets to sit pretty, until the 11th hour, especially since his HOH win was at the very beginning of the game.

In BB, the only thing that is like the wilderness, that can bring out people’s true face, is the HOH room. Why do you think JC and Kaycee have been avoiding being HOH, thus far? Being HOH forces you to show your cards. It holds a mirror up to your character: will you stir up the pot (Scottie) or just go with the flow, only to be voted out next week (Bay)?

Hay may have a higher IQ, than most people in the house, but her social game, as even she seems to know, rests almost entirely on her looks. Hay knows Tyler is coming after her. Hay knows Tyler knows that she came after him. If it wasn’t for this breather of a HOH week, she would be gone. Next week, Hay, of course, cannot play in the HOH comp. Let’s see if, like Bay, Hay is gone, one week later.

As for Tyler, it’s only too bad, that he was rightly persecuting Bay for having a power, but when he spills the beans on his power, he isn’t being held accountable. Hold another house meeting Sam, except make this one count. Expose the snake!

Sam. Needs. A. GIRLFRIEND