BB: Refusing to Talk Game

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If you’re running in, to hug somebody, and he or she stops you, mid-stride, and asks you, “Do you trust me?” be very suspicious of this person! What will it take, JC? Wake up!

When you believe you are the numbers, you usually fail. JC – and Brett, before he was toasted – both believed they were the numbers, to get out Tyler, Angela or Kaycee, when the time came.

However, Brett and JC spun around and wasted time, and before you knew it, Fessy was gone, Scottie was gone and even Rockstar was gone. All of those people could have been meat shields – numbers! – for Brett or JC, to make a move and take out Tyler, Angela or Kaycee. Yet they didn’t capitalize on these people and let all of their personnel be voted out. Hope is not a strategy!

JC was a skillful player but his one blind-spot – that Tyler played him, and worked with Level 6, the whole time – was the biggest and worst, one, last blind-spot he could have.  Tyler’s in-game immune system was strong enough to fight off Parasite JC, and now JC is drying up and withering away, without a host.

Kaycee had the veto; the plan should have been to backdoor Tyler now! But Kaycee has been playing it safe, all season. She doesn’t have the killer instinct. Kaycee didn’t want “to make waves,” or “put a target on her back,” or “disrupt Angela’s HOH.” A winner would do all of those things. Brett followed Kaycee’s strategy, of not doing anything and he’s no longer in the house. As expected, Kaycee did not use the veto on anyone and definitely didn’t backdoor anyone. Timid!

Sam asked Kaycee if she would use the veto on her. I am starting to get annoyed at Sam and JC. If you don’t want to talk game, don’t talk game at all! Sam gets upset when the others ask her about the game, but when someone else wins HOH or the veto, Sam is quick to ask if she’s safe. Yes, she’s self-interested, which is good. But if Sam was really self-interested, she would win more than one comp, per game. How about that?

JC is still digging into Tyler about supposedly throwing away the game, not for them, but really for JC. If I was Tyler, I might have lost patience with JC already. How about you win a comp, JC?!?! I get it; the physical comps are difficult, but there were also several mental and intellectual comps! There’s no excuse!

JC, Tyler is not going to “separate the girls.” I am tired of hearing about this. Get a clue, JC! If you don’t care, it’s OK not care, (and this goes for Sam, too) – but if you do care, do something about it! Stop talking about it and do something about it! Every day, it’s the same thing from JC and I am sure Tyler and the audience have had enough of it, by now.

The Three – Tyler, Angela and Kaycee – are making plans to reveal Level 6, to Sam and JC. Spilling the beans on Level 6 would be a non-event, at best (this would definitely fly over someone, like Fessy’s, head), and enraging to the jury members, at worst. Don’t do it!

What is wrong with revealing things after the show, when a winner has already been crowned? Tyler and Angela have gotten everything they wanted and the gravy train; why rub this mega-alliance in the minions’ faces?

And don’t tell Sam that she’s going home. She will dump the rice. #CurbStomp!

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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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