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27th May '13 6:25:50 PM RobinZimm
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* [[spoiler:Nick looks like on the verge of tears when he gets sent home.]]
* [[spoiler:Erika when she gets sent home. She's crying and giving reasons why and the creators reassure her that she was chosen to be on the show for a good reason.]]

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* [[spoiler:Nick Trujillo]] looks like he's on the verge of tears when he gets sent home.]]
home.
* [[spoiler:Erika when she After [[spoiler:Erika]] gets sent home. She's home, it's deeply emotional:
** When she's doing the first interview, she ends up
crying when she's talking about how wonderful it was to actually be able to hang out with a lot of people and giving reasons why be comfortable with them.
** Then, after Mike
and the creators Jerry get in, they have to reassure her that she was chosen to be on the show for a good reason.]]because she absolutely deserved to be there, because she sincerely thought she wouldn't have been given the chance.
7th May '13 6:03:48 PM RobinZimm
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** And then [[spoiler:she gets sent home the next day.]]

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** And then [[spoiler:she gets sent home in the very next day.]]elimination]].
7th May '13 2:23:53 PM F1zzyP0p
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* [[spoiler:Erika when she gets sent home. She's crying and explaining why she's crying for good reason and the creators reassure her that she was chosen for good reason.]]

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* [[spoiler:Erika when she gets sent home. She's crying and explaining giving reasons why she's crying for good reason and the creators reassure her that she was chosen to be on the show for a good reason.]]
7th May '13 2:22:44 PM F1zzyP0p
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* [[spoiler:Nick looks like on the verge of tears when he gets sent home.]]
* [[spoiler:Erika when she gets sent home. She's crying and explaining why she's crying for good reason and the creators reassure her that she was chosen for good reason.]]
2nd May '13 12:34:50 AM Wackd
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** And then [[spoiler:she gets sent home the next day.]]
17th Apr '13 8:02:52 AM RobinZimm
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* From nearly the beginning of the show, Amy Falcone seemed to be the only contestant without RealityShowGenreBlindness -- to give the two most obvious examples, she put Katie against Alex in the first episode because she figured that Alex would lose and she could mend fences with Katie relatively easily and she sandbagged on the Website/{{Twitter}} challenge (including no humor at all in her tweets) in order to avoid attracting attention by doing too well. Partly as a result, she becomes extremely depressed when Lexxy returns in [[http://penny-arcade.com/strip-search/episode/game-on Ep. 14]] -- that event ''utterly violates all reality-show rules.'' And she realized, talking to Tavis the next day, that she had walled a part of herself off from the rest of the people there by approaching the game that way, ending with a tear-filled ConfessionCam.

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* From nearly the beginning of the show, Amy Falcone seemed to be the only contestant without RealityShowGenreBlindness -- to give the two most obvious examples, she put Katie against Alex in the first episode because she figured that Alex would lose and she could mend fences with Katie relatively easily and she sandbagged on the Website/{{Twitter}} challenge (including no humor at all in her tweets) in order to avoid attracting attention by doing too well. Partly Possibly as a result, she becomes extremely depressed distressed when Lexxy returns [[spoiler:Lexxy returns]] in [[http://penny-arcade.com/strip-search/episode/game-on Ep. 14]] -- that event ''utterly violates all reality-show rules.'' And she realized, talking to Tavis the next day, that she had walled a part of herself off from the rest of the people there by approaching the game that way, ending with a tear-filled ConfessionCam.
16th Apr '13 11:16:49 PM Duckay
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* From nearly the beginning of the show, Amy Falcone seemed to be the only contestant without RealityShowGenreBlindness -- to give the two most obvious examples, she put Katie against Alex in the first episode because she figured that Alex would lose and she could mend fences with Katie relatively easily and she sandbagged on the Website/{{Twitter}} challenge (including no humor at all in her tweets) in order to avoid attracting attention by doing too well. Which, I think, explains why it hit her so much harder when Lexxy came back in [[http://penny-arcade.com/strip-search/episode/game-on Ep. 14]] -- that event ''utterly violates all reality-show rules.'' And she realized, talking to Tavis the next day, that she had walled a part of herself off from the rest of the people there by approaching the game that way.

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* In the third elimination episode, it is absolutely heartbreaking to see Jerry and Mike go on about having to choose who to eliminate, since both [[spoiler:Lexxy and Tavis]] have performed so well. Mike even goes on a TurnOffTheCamera-inducing rant about how there are other artists in the house that are much worse than the two contenders who would deserve to go home more. In the end, they make their choice, but [[HeartwarmingMoments cannot bring themselves to destroy the printout of the loser's strip]] like they would usually do.
* From nearly the beginning of the show, Amy Falcone seemed to be the only contestant without RealityShowGenreBlindness -- to give the two most obvious examples, she put Katie against Alex in the first episode because she figured that Alex would lose and she could mend fences with Katie relatively easily and she sandbagged on the Website/{{Twitter}} challenge (including no humor at all in her tweets) in order to avoid attracting attention by doing too well. Which, I think, explains why it hit her so much harder Partly as a result, she becomes extremely depressed when Lexxy came back returns in [[http://penny-arcade.com/strip-search/episode/game-on Ep. 14]] -- that event ''utterly violates all reality-show rules.'' And she realized, talking to Tavis the next day, that she had walled a part of herself off from the rest of the people there by approaching the game that way.way, ending with a tear-filled ConfessionCam.
16th Apr '13 10:16:45 AM RobinZimm
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-->'''Amy:''' I think I was really on guard -- I didn't need to be so on guard ... and so, like, even if it means that I go home today, I'd rather, like, be myself today.

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-->'''Amy:''' I think I was really on guard -- I didn't need to be so on guard ... and so, like, even if it means that I go home today, I'd rather, like, be myself today.today.
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16th Apr '13 10:15:18 AM RobinZimm
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* From nearly the beginning of the show, Amy Falcone seemed to be the only contestant without RealityShowGenreBlindness -- to give the two most obvious examples, she put Katie against Alex in the first episode because she figured that Alex would lose and she could mend fences with Katie relatively easily and she sandbagged on the Website/{{Twitter}} challenge (including no humor at all in her tweets) in order to avoid attracting attention by doing too well. Which, I think, explains why it hit her so much harder when Lexxy came back in [[http://penny-arcade.com/strip-search/episode/game-on Ep. 14]] -- that event ''utterly violates all reality-show rules.'' And she realized, talking to Tavis the next day, that she had walled a part of herself off from the rest of the people there by approaching the game that way.
-->'''Amy:''' I think I was really on guard -- I didn't need to be so on guard ... and so, like, even if it means that I go home today, I'd rather, like, be myself today.
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