History YMMV / BigBrother

23rd Aug '17 12:29:59 AM Maddoxsort
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** Josh and his trusty pots and pans. [[https://www.youtube.com/v/FFN3pxP2P3I Or Delilah the duck tube]], who is already in a relationship with Hubert.

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** Josh and his trusty pots and pans. [[https://www.youtube.com/v/FFN3pxP2P3I Or Delilah the duck tube]], who is already in a relationship with Hubert. And we can't forget Orwell the talking owl, either ("Help me!")
19th Aug '17 2:50:16 AM Maddoxsort
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** Josh and his trusty pots and pans.

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** Josh and his trusty pots and pans. [[https://www.youtube.com/v/FFN3pxP2P3I Or Delilah the duck tube]], who is already in a relationship with Hubert.
17th Aug '17 7:40:25 PM Repo
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** [[AlphaBitch Jessica]] managed to go from being the scrappy to being an EnsembleDarkhorse and spiraled back into this over the course of about 5-6 weeks. Initially, she was widely loathed for her pettiness, IrrationalHatred towards Alex, and poor gameplay. With Cody out, she'd [[TookALevelInKindness taken several levels in kindness]] and had become more of a LovableAlphaBitch and [[TookALevelInBadass her Big Brother gameplay had massively improved]], with her managing to survive being on the block and making headway into forming alliances. Then Cody returned. Instantly, Jess not only [[TookALevelInJerkass went back to being the catty bitch she was at the start of the season]], any attempts at a social game or connecting with others went out the window, she made stupid moves left and right, and then, the week she finally left, she simply rolled over and died despite having a huge fighting chance to stay in the game. Her antics on twitter (mocking and demeaning everyone else in the house) have done her ''no'' favors.
17th Aug '17 7:35:09 PM Repo
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** U.S. Season 19, with the return of a "[[BlatantLies Popular]]" player [[CreatorsPet Paul]], as well as the fact that [[TooDumbToLive the entire house is following his word for everything]], the only ones who're willing to call him out on them being starstruck (Cody, Dominique) were evicted or receive public backlash from the other contestants (Jessica).

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** U.S. Season 19, with though the reason why tends to be divided into two very, ''very'' different camps.
*** For one camp, the divisive
return of a "[[BlatantLies Popular]]" player [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor popular player]] [[CreatorsPet Paul]], Paul]] to have a second chance after fans complained about him losing to Nicole, as well as the fact that [[TooDumbToLive the entire house is following his word for everything]], the everything]]. The only ones who're willing to call him out on them being starstruck actively go against Paul (Cody, Dominique) Dominique, Jessica) were evicted or receive public backlash from about by halfway through the season at latest
*** For the second camp, the season started out incredible, only to ''completely'' lose steam when [[Jerkass Cody]] won the battleback. While his [[StupidEvil extremely poor gameplay]] made for an explosive and memorable first week, his return almost completely sucked the life out of the game. Jessica, who had been slowly improving her standing in the house and was on her way to becoming an EnsembleDarkhorse, completely backslid, made nonstop dumb moves, and gave up her game for Cody, leaving her as a BaseBreaker at best or TheScrappy at worst. Due to his non-existent social game and all around poor gameplay (as well as Jessica imploding and giving up), Cody had no hope of ever flipping the house or shaking things up. What viewers were left with were '''three weeks''' of the house trying and failing to get Jody out, with almost no
other contestants (Jessica).game occurring. The first week, Cody was saved by a twist. The second week, he was saved by a twist again, so Jessica got the boot. The third week, he finally left, but at this point it'd been a month-long flatline.
17th Aug '17 4:05:33 PM Nicoaln
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** In an ironic twist, you have Paul returning in Season 19, learning from experience that he can't be everyone's friend and is more than willing to take the full villainous route this time around (he even embraces the appearance of a snake just to get Dominique's goat) after treading around as an AntiHero. He drops all pretense of nice and begins playing meaner than ever, weaponizing his charisma to get everyone to rally to his corner and deliberately scheming his way to the top with some gambits, and blasting anybody who doesn't roll over for him. And it doesn't help that house is full of Paul lovers who are totally GenreBlind.

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** In an ironic twist, you have Paul returning in Season 19, learning from experience that he can't be everyone's friend and is more than willing to take the full villainous route this time around (he even embraces the appearance of a snake just to get Dominique's goat) after treading around as an AntiHero. He drops all pretense of nice and begins playing meaner than ever, weaponizing his charisma [[BlatantLies charisma]] to get everyone to rally to his corner and deliberately scheming his way to the top with some gambits, and blasting anybody who doesn't roll over for him. And it doesn't help that house is full of Paul lovers who are totally GenreBlind.considered the most GenreBlind house since [=BB16=].
17th Aug '17 4:02:50 PM Nicoaln
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** U.S. Season 19, with the return of a "Popular" player [[CreatorsPet Paul]], as well as the fact that [[TooDumbToLive the entire house is following his word for everything]], the only ones who're willing to call him out on them being starstruck (Cody, Dominique) were evicted or receive public backlash from the other contestants (Jessica).

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** U.S. Season 19, with the return of a "Popular" "[[BlatantLies Popular]]" player [[CreatorsPet Paul]], as well as the fact that [[TooDumbToLive the entire house is following his word for everything]], the only ones who're willing to call him out on them being starstruck (Cody, Dominique) were evicted or receive public backlash from the other contestants (Jessica).


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** Jillian and Ramses. Two legit nice people trapped in one of the most hated houses since [=BB9=] and [=BB15=], yet evicted early because the head of households during their weeks were [[WhatAnIdiot total idiots]].
17th Aug '17 1:19:56 AM Maddoxsort
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** Josh and his trusty pots and pans.



** Josh's absurd fondness for the word "meatball" from 19.

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** Josh's absurd fondness for the word "meatball" from 19. And his tutu taunt dance, which looks like something out of a ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' mod.
17th Aug '17 1:17:44 AM Maddoxsort
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** Justin Sebik, from the fledgling days of the US run in S2, has no fans whatsoever, because he set a precedent early on for what is intolerable in the ''Big Brother'' household and being the first instance of an expelled contestant in the history of the US show. He is often cited as the single worst contestant to have ''ever'' come on the show in ''any'' capacity, due to doing things that essentially qualify as delinquent and criminal behaviors. Sebik actively spent his time in the house being chaotic and violent, threatening to attack people, wrecking things in the house, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking taking a piss out in the open]], and lastly, '''[[HolyShitQuotient holding a knife to someone's throat while they were both too drunk to know better and claiming it was a joke while sober.]]''' What he did was so bad, not only did they immediately hoist his ass into the Diary Room, they made him sit down with a professional psychiatrist and the executive producer, who evaluated that Justin was unfit to be on the show. Everyone in the house itself feared him and were genuinely afraid for their safety; even ''Julie'' was worried about his mental state going into the post-expulsion interview. It is because of him the US version got rid of access to alcoholic beverages during the game, stiffened its rules about violence to the point where physical threats and execution thereof is immediate grounds to get booted off the show (as seen when Willie Hantz got himself ejected from the house for head-butting someone in S14). But you will rarely hear of him in the current fanbase, because he was on the show long before it made a big boom in popularity and refined itself into the lively game it is now, and most fans are either not acquainted with the old seasons before 2010 because the show hit its stride when social media rose to prominence in the new teens or prefer to forget about Justin entirely.

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** Justin Sebik, from the fledgling days of the US run in S2, has no fans whatsoever, because he set a precedent early on for what is intolerable in the ''Big Brother'' household and being the first instance of an expelled contestant in the history of the US show. He is often cited as the single worst contestant to have ''ever'' come on the show in ''any'' capacity, due to doing things that essentially qualify as delinquent and criminal behaviors. Sebik actively spent his time in the house being chaotic and violent, threatening to attack people, wrecking things in the house, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking taking a piss out in the open]], and lastly, '''[[HolyShitQuotient holding a knife to someone's throat while they were both too drunk to know better and claiming it was a joke while sober.]]''' What he did was so bad, not only did they immediately hoist his ass into the Diary Room, they made him sit down with a professional psychiatrist and the executive producer, who evaluated that Justin was unfit to be on the show. Everyone in the house itself feared him and were genuinely afraid for their safety; even ''Julie'' was worried about his mental state going into the post-expulsion interview. It is because of him the US version got rid of access to alcoholic beverages during the game, stiffened its rules about violence to the point where physical threats and execution thereof is immediate grounds to get booted off the show (as seen when Willie Hantz got himself ejected from the house for head-butting someone in S14). But you will rarely hear of him in the current fanbase, because he was on the show long before it made a big boom in popularity and refined itself into the lively game it is now, and most fans are either not acquainted with the old seasons before 2010 because the show hit its stride when social media rose to prominence in the new teens or prefer to forget about Justin Sebik entirely.
17th Aug '17 1:16:56 AM Maddoxsort
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** Justin Sebik, from the fledgling days of the US run in S2, has no fans whatsoever, because he set a precedent early on for what is intolerable in the ''Big Brother'' household and being the first instance of an expelled contestant in the history of the US show. He is often cited as the single worst contestant to have ''ever'' come on the show in ''any'' capacity, due to doing things that essentially qualify as delinquent and criminal behaviors. Sebik actively spent his time in the house being chaotic and violent, threatening to attack people, wrecking things in the house, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking taking a piss out in the open]], and lastly, '''[[HolyShitQuotient holding a knife to someone's throat while they were both too drunk to know better and claiming it was a joke while sober.]]''' What he did was so bad, not only did they immediately hoist his ass into the Diary Room, they made him sit down with a professional psychiatrist and the executive producer, who evaluated that Justin was unfit to be on the show. Everyone in the house itself feared him and were genuinely afraid for their safety; even ''Julie'' was worried about his mental state going into the post-expulsion interview. It is because of him the US version got rid of access to alcoholic beverages during the game, stiffened its rules about violence to the point where physical threats and execution thereof is immediate grounds to get booted off the show (as seen when Willie Hantz got himself ejected from the house for head-butting someone in S14). But you will rarely hear of him in the current fanbase, because he was on the show long before it made a big boom in popularity and refined itself into the lively game it is now, and most fans are either not acquainted with the old seasons before 2010 because the show hit its stride when social media rose to prominence in the new teens.

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** Justin Sebik, from the fledgling days of the US run in S2, has no fans whatsoever, because he set a precedent early on for what is intolerable in the ''Big Brother'' household and being the first instance of an expelled contestant in the history of the US show. He is often cited as the single worst contestant to have ''ever'' come on the show in ''any'' capacity, due to doing things that essentially qualify as delinquent and criminal behaviors. Sebik actively spent his time in the house being chaotic and violent, threatening to attack people, wrecking things in the house, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking taking a piss out in the open]], and lastly, '''[[HolyShitQuotient holding a knife to someone's throat while they were both too drunk to know better and claiming it was a joke while sober.]]''' What he did was so bad, not only did they immediately hoist his ass into the Diary Room, they made him sit down with a professional psychiatrist and the executive producer, who evaluated that Justin was unfit to be on the show. Everyone in the house itself feared him and were genuinely afraid for their safety; even ''Julie'' was worried about his mental state going into the post-expulsion interview. It is because of him the US version got rid of access to alcoholic beverages during the game, stiffened its rules about violence to the point where physical threats and execution thereof is immediate grounds to get booted off the show (as seen when Willie Hantz got himself ejected from the house for head-butting someone in S14). But you will rarely hear of him in the current fanbase, because he was on the show long before it made a big boom in popularity and refined itself into the lively game it is now, and most fans are either not acquainted with the old seasons before 2010 because the show hit its stride when social media rose to prominence in the new teens.teens or prefer to forget about Justin entirely.
17th Aug '17 1:13:37 AM Maddoxsort
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** Justin from Season 2 of the US run will always be that psycho kid from Jersey who took a knife to a contestant's throat and got the alcohol essentially banned from the show.

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** Justin from Season 2 of the US run will always be that psycho kid from Jersey who took a knife to a contestant's throat and got the alcohol essentially banned from the show.show, and the very first case of a contestant expulsion in the series.



** Averted - Jade Goody would have never lived down the bullying of Shilpa Shetty in Celebrity Big Brother or her stints on the previous Big Brothers if she were still alive.

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** Averted - Jade Goody would have never lived down the bullying of Shilpa Shetty in Celebrity Big Brother or her stints on the previous Big Brothers if she were still alive. Which is, in hindsight... very saddening.


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** Willie Hantz, brother of infamous Russell Hantz, will be remembered for carrying on the family legacy of snakes- and head-butting somebody and getting himself booted off the show by force.
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