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Damnit, Will!

Noooo! You do not vote off cute bowtie guy. I wanted to take him and cuddle him by the end of the show. *sniff*

(Yeah, I know, someone on the show has to go from a totally different angle than those of us just watching at home, but... *sniff*)

But... way to go on the rap challenge! That had to be intimidating, and a hell of an experience.

And also: liking Dave a bit more now, although he still occasionally reminds me a bit too much of all the types of RPers I hated having to deal with in years past. Part of the liking him more is his sense of humor, and partly is probably because I now have someone else to completely and totally LOATHE.


I know all you guys want the geek girl to stick around, and I like her myself, but I would be more than happy to give her the boot if it could mean getting rid of that pompous Charlie Sheen wannabe, who ain't even all that OR the bag of chips in the looks department to start with. I thought, y'know, beauties were supposed to be exceptionally attractive? Not just... "meh"?

And one of the best parts of the show - the expression on the geek girl's face when she realized that someone wanted to actually, y'know, see her booty.

One of the most teeth grindingly PAINFUL parts of the show - the debate. Oh. My. Gods. I now have my feet pulled up cross-legged and in my lap because I think The Stupid just pooled out of the TV and onto the floor, and may infect me.

The most absolutely fucking unfair part of the show - the questions at the end. One girl gets the question of how many stars there were on the flag like 20 whole years ago (AND gets it horribly blindingly wrong), and a multiple choice question that was easy even without the multiple choice part. The other girl gets, admittedly, an easy question but in three parts, and gets two parts right and one part close but wrong, then misses the other question that *I* would have probably gotten wrong as well. C'mon, I realize that they're picking random questions which adds some matter of chance, but at least have SOME similarity in difficulty of questions, here!

Anyhow, that's all I have to say here, will probably do more chatter on the comments portions of other posts.


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Sep. 26th, 2007 01:34 am (UTC)
As a fan myself, I immediately wondered if any of the guys were into Nerdcore Hip-hop. I wouldn't be surprised if John was...he seemed to really get it. I'm guessing from his face when the challenge was announced Will was not, but I think we need to hook him up with a DJ and lay down some MC Geeky tracks!
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Sep. 26th, 2007 01:58 am (UTC)
Dude, you don't need an excuse for that.
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Sep. 26th, 2007 02:41 pm (UTC)
Now the dilemma is: Do I admit that I know you?

If you'd like. Will it make your job any easier? Because if so, absolutely. *grin*
Sep. 27th, 2007 03:14 am (UTC)
Do I get to see that at New Year's? It's looking more and more likely that BF & I will show up.
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Sep. 26th, 2007 01:42 am (UTC)
I was wondering the same thing, especially when they then turned around and booted (or half-booted, quasi-booted, whatever) Tony, who most of the beauties at least seemed to like, from my granted limited perspective. Could lead to bad feelings later down the road...

Although at least Will doesn't have to worry about the team they specifically voted out still sticking around and coming back to get them.
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Sep. 26th, 2007 03:17 am (UTC)
Unless the next strongest will have the chance to then pick YOU off next time...
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Sep. 26th, 2007 02:38 am (UTC)
Except that we all had study material. And OPEC was defined in that.
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Sep. 26th, 2007 02:45 am (UTC)
You're absolutely right about the study material. Dead on.

And yes, that was a victory hug.
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Sep. 26th, 2007 03:16 am (UTC)
No no, the point is to at least do lip service as if you're "smartening them up" to give some sort of moral imperative behind the show so that people won't feel as bad watching it because, hey, it's got a good reason behind it, deep down! Er, or something.
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Sep. 26th, 2007 03:15 am (UTC)
I know, evilly evil! What the fuck? I mean, even if you happen to know the acronym and had study material, how the hell does it in any way shape or form compare to "how many stars were there on the flag a whole 20 years ago" or "the opening few words to the constitution are.... oh, and use these three choices."?
Sep. 26th, 2007 11:27 am (UTC)
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries if memory serves.

It's one of those useless bits of info that seems to have gotten lodged in my branezez.
Sep. 26th, 2007 05:55 pm (UTC)
One thing that struck me was that most of the beauties really seemed to enjoy being on stage in the rap off. The main exception was Rebecca.

Anyway, Will might have had the best song (any chance of getting to hear all of it?), but John had the best performance. Based on what was shown on TV, I'd have picked him as winner, but I guess you had a lot more substance in your song.

As for the debate, in most of these there wasn't any to speak of - it's hard to show off debating skills against a mannequin. If Shay had failed to make a coherent argument, I don't think Sam would have won the challenge.

Did you know the topics beforehand?
Sep. 27th, 2007 12:24 pm (UTC)
Rebecca had a slight problem in that the guys from Three 6 Mafia cranked up the skeeve--I guess they thought it was "charm"--with her.

As to hearing all of the rap, I don't have the lyrics anymore, but I realized I still have a lot--over 75%--memorized and wrote it down last night. I'll fill in the rest--and besides, last time it was MC Squared E; now it's MC Geeky. (Good thing those two have the same number of syllables and the same final sound.) So you'll get to hear the newest version.

And finally, we were given eleven topics, and not told which would be debated.
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