Meet the Cast of Big Brother Canada 4!


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Kelsey Faith

Age: 25
Hometown: Calgary, AB
Occupation: Flight Attendant & Bartender

This free-spirited sweetheart is looking to make new friends, and wants to win without getting any blood on her hands.

Describe yourself in three words:
Positive, Free-spirited, Outgoing

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
My strategy going into the house is to sort of have no strategy. I just want to have fun with it and meet some really good people and be positive about the whole experience. I don’t want to overthink everything too much. I feel like that would just make me go crazy!

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?

My Chihuahua, Harley. She’s getting older – she’s nine – and I’ll miss her. My boyfriend at the time bought her for me. My parents had said no but he got her for me anyways.

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
I don’t know! Maybe the mental – I know it’s a lot of memory stuff. Although, I’m going in knowing that I’m going to try and keep track of things. I’m fairly physical so I think I should do well at those. I’m not a gym rat but I like outdoor activities – snowboarding, long boarding and hiking.

If you won, how would you spend the 100K?
I would give back to my family – my mom, sister and dad. They’ve been supportive and they’ve been helping me out forever. I’d go somewhere on a trip to Africa or back to Asia. I spent some time at an Elephant Conservation Centre while I was in Thailand and so I’d like to go back and volunteer my time a bit longer. I’m also trying to get my pilot’s license. I haven’t started that process yet because it’s so expensive, so winning would allow me to do that.

Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
I love Gary (BBCAN Season 1). I think he’s so great – just real and positive and sparkly.

True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada?
The mountains. Snowboarding. In Alberta I’m always excited when it snows!

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Philippe Paquette

Age: 21
Hometown: Ottawa, ON
Occupation: University Student/DJ

This outspoken heartbreaker is not looking to be sensitive to the feelings of others, and will do whatever it takes to win.

Describe yourself in three words:

Athletic, Social butterfly, Confident

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
I’m going to try and stay under the radar for the first little while, and make some relationships and throw every competition possible at the beginning. And then beyond that, it’s all about the social side. I could stab anyone in the back – I know people say that but in my case it’s true. They get emotional. I don’t. To win, you have to cut ties eventually. Around day 42 I’ll be ready for a showmance. I definitely don’t want one right away. Girls are trouble in my life! They can’t be controlled. I’ll wait till it’s a bit safer.

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?
Music. I’m a DJ and I’ve made a bit of a name for myself in the club scene in Ottawa. It’s an outlet and it can put you in a different headspace if you need that. Each song can remind you of a different moment or change your mood. It would be nice to have that release.

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
Brain for sure. I’m definitely not going to be the smartest guy in there. I’m pretty brutal at puzzles. I was never that kid who was interested in that stuff.

If you won, how would you spend the $100k?
I honestly think I’d just put it away and try and use it down the road to get myself set up for the future. I definitely wouldn’t blow it on a Nissan Skyline or something. That’s my dream car but I’ll wait a couple years until my money grows more. Then I can really afford it.

Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?

Jon Pardy (BBCAN Season 2)! I feel like we’d get along great, have a few pints, watch some hockey. Oh man – I’ve gotta meet that guy. I wouldn’t say I’m going to be like him in the house, I mean he’s Jon Pardy, no one can be him. But I think we’re boys, and I think we’d see eye-to-eye on everything. I just have a bit more edge to me.

True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada?
Definitely not the weather! I think we are humble and a smart nation. We’ve got Tim Hortons. Good coffee, good hockey. What more do you need?

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Christine Kelsey

Age: 47
Hometown: Vancouver, BC
Occupation: Housekeeper

This self-professed “game freak” is looking to align with an opposite personality to hers, who she can pretend is her enemy in the house.

Describe yourself in three words:
Open, Honest, Outgoing

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?

Sort of. I mean it’s all about the dynamics once you get in there, but basically I want to lay low while the big strong players duke it out, and then I’ll kick into high gear later. I’ll keep it under the radar for a while. I can be pretty loud and social but I don’t want to show that right away. I hide that side of myself all the time – people can’t handle me – so it won’t be hard to do that in the house.

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?

My vitamins. I’m kind of addicted to them.

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
Brawn. Sometimes the brain too! Actually I’m 50/50. Maze challenges are just not going to happen for me. I can’t even find my way around my own apartment. Puzzles I can do. But anything with spinning? No way. I get dizzy like nobody’s business.

If you won, how would you spend the $100k?
I’m entrepreneurial so I’d put it into a business. I have thousands of business ideas just waiting to go.

Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
I don’t know if I have an idol but I love Gary (BBCAN Season 1). He is outgoing and fun and has different personalities. I’m like that too. I also liked Sarah (BBCAN Season 3). Like me, she doesn’t believe in a lot of things – marriage, government – that kind of stuff. I’m a fan of Peter (BBCAN Season 1) too but he’s not my idol. Basically I like houseguests who are marching to the beat of their own drum.

True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada?

I like Canada because it’s cool. There’s lots of freedom and we don’t really get involved in a lot of drama.

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Mitchell Moffit

Age: 27
Hometown: Guelph, ON
Occupation: YouTuber

A self-proclaimed ringleader, this successful YouTube personality and scientist will use his social prowess to be a master social strategist.

Describe yourself in three words:
Driven, “Out of the box”, Intuitive

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
I think that on a broad scale, my strategy relates to what they say in evolution, which is that it’s not the strongest or the smartest, but it’s the species who are most able to adapt who survive. I think that applies pretty strongly to Big Brother Canada. You can’t know what types of people you’re going to encounter in the house, and what kinds of connections and bonds you’ll make, or what twists will come, but you can be on your toes and go with the flow.

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?
Can I say my boyfriend? I would definitely take him, for emotional support. We’ve been together nine years. We live together, and all of our friends are together, and we created ASAPScience – our YouTube channel – together. We met in university when we were both studying science and we fell in love with science and fell in love with each other.

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
I don’t want to tell – Big Brother will find out what I’m afraid of! They probably can already read my mind. I’ve seen competitions in the past with cold water and that I’m not brave about. I’m a baby when it comes to temperature and everyone I’m close to knows that about me!

If you won, how would you spend the $100k?
I would give it all to my parents. I love them so much and they’ve given me so much in terms of opportunities to be successful. There aren’t very many chances in life where you get a bulk sum of money and can just do something good with it. Maybe I could help them retire a little early or something.

Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
Definitely Neda (BBCAN Season 2). She is one of the best who has ever competed in Big Brother, worldwide. She’s amazing. She had that relatability. She led with the social side but really in the background she was always thinking. And when it came down to it, she did what had to get done and recognized it was a competition. I have one of her t-shirts!

True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada?
I love Canada so much. I am so proud to be Canadian. Having travelled a lot, I am always excited to go home. It is so diverse and loving, and it makes me so happy that we’ve had gay marriage so much longer than most other places have.

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Sharry Ash

Age: 30
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Occupation: Customer Service Supervisor

Dynamic, vibrant and full of energy, her strategy is to be flexible. She is looking to dominate competitions, and to rely on her intelligence to get her through the game.

Describe yourself in three words:
Outgoing, Competitive, Fun

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
My strategy to win is to be myself, listen more than I speak and to remain agile. By agile I mean I will take each day at a time, stay flexible and bend and manipulate my strategy as things shift. I think going in with one plan isn’t effective because I don’t know what I’m up against.

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?
If I could take anything inside the house it would be my girlfriend. One thing that might be distracting as I work my way through this is that when I am away from her, I get a little anxious because I feel like I’m her protector, and nobody cares for her as much I do. So that’s on my mind all the time. So if I knew she was right there and I could care for her that would be perfect. Also, she and I are opposites in terms of strengths and areas of improvement, so if we were both in there, we would be effortlessly walking through the whole thing.

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
Anything to do with memorizing. That’s not my strongest skill. That said, when I am competing something does change inside of me. I become more conscious and I become sharper.

If you won, how would you spend the $100k?
I would be spending that money on getting a nice home for my girlfriend and me. That is one of the goals of competing. I’d put that money down on a beautiful place so we could continue to grow our life together.

Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
I actually don’t have an idol in that I wouldn’t approach it exactly like anyone else. That said I like Jon (BBCAN Season 2) because he was really himself, and he was just a really nice guy. I didn’t see him getting into fights or creating any drama. He was just funny, laid back and had a lot of fun. That’s what I want – yeah, I’m competing but I want to have a good time.

True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada?

There are so many things I love! I guess the thing that’s my favourite is how Canada embraces culture, and allows you to be free to be yourself. You don’t have to conform – you can just be yourself. Imitation is suicide. You should just be able to do you wherever you go and not be judged or penalized or discriminated against.

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Dallas Cormier

Age: 24
Hometown: St. John, NB
Occupation: Welder

His loud laugh and beaming personality can brighten anyone’s day. His strategy is to win over the hearts of the houseguests and win over Canada.

Describe yourself in three words:
Life of the party, Class clown, Upbeat

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
I do. My strategy is to go in there and try and win that first HOH. I want everyone coming to me and trying to be my friend. After that I want to form an alliance with a male and a female houseguest. Sometimes it comes down to a bit of a gender war in there so it would be good to be covered on both sides.

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?
Hmm. Interesting. I’d probably take a 60 ouncer of booze. It’s going to be a long ride and it’ll probably get a little edgy along the way. So a nip here and there would probably be good.

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
I’m a competitive monster. I’m kind of a sore loser. At physical competitions, I think I’ll pull my weight. For mental competitions, if there’s any math involved, I might not be the greatest or the sharpest knife in the drawer.

If you won, how would you spend the $100k?
I’d put about $20,000-$30,000 for a down payment on a house. I’m going to have about a $10,000 to $15,000 party. And I’m talking PARTY here. All my friends, family, everyone who has supported me. There will be champagne, confetti….more drinks. With the rest I want to do a lot of travelling. Brasil, Europe, things like that. $100,000 has a lot of zeroes but after my whole plan is done, I think there will only be a couple bucks at the end.

Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
I personally enjoyed watching Kevin (BBCAN Season 3). He was social. He was smart, and he kind of got hooped by a triple eviction. There wasn’t much he could do about that. He was just a funny, light kind of guy. I’m definitely going to use some strategy he used while I’m in there.

True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada?
Definitely not the winters, I’ve got thin skin for the cold! The best thing about Canada is that everyone is easy-going and friendly. We’ve got that reputation worldwide and I enjoy that.

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Cassandra Shahinfar

Age: 22
Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Occupation: Social Media Strategist

This sassy attention seeker is ready to make the other houseguests do her dirty work – both in the game and in the house.

Describe yourself in three words:
Fun, Confident, Hilarious

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
Well Cassandra means seducer of all men so that can work for a strategy – making everyone fall in love with me! I can talk to any person at any age and get to know them. I plan to use my social skills in the house to get to know everyone, and make them feel I’m just there to have fun and be their friend, and not necessarily strategize or get into a clique. Even if someone who I’m not in an alliance with or who isn’t a key player seems to be down or having a hard day, if I see them down I will try and make them feel better. The fact that I’m helping them, they’ll remember that down the line, that I’m not just there for the game, I’m there for the people. When really, I’m just there for the game! I’m also planning to make a secret alliance with one male. Not necessarily a showmance but sort of like a Jon (BBCAN Season 2) and Neda (BBCAN Season 2) thing. I’d have him win the competitions that I can’t do myself, and I’d have him do my dirty work too. That would be ideal.

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?

A bottomless bottle of wine! Like a nice Cabernet Sauvignon would be great!

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
I think I’ll be ok with the mental because I’ve prepped myself so much for that. I’m definitely more intimidated by the physical. Endurance scares me – I’m just not sure I could hold myself up in those situations. I always think back to Jillian and Topaz on that iceberg – that one I’d die on.

If you won, how would you spend the $100k?
I would donate it all to charity… Ha! Not really. I would take my mom on vacation to Hawaii – I’ve never been and it’s always been her dream to go. I would buy some new shoes, pay off my student loan and try and save some of it. I’m planning on winning. In my mind there’s no other option. I’m not there for the experience –I’m there to win. If I come second I’ll be pissed!

Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
I love the Jon & Neda duo. I love Jon’s humour and how he was so underrated. No one saw him as a threat till the end! I love Neda’s strategies. Jon was her meat shield. Between the two of them though, she’s my number one!

True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada?
We have the hottest leader in the world – Justin Trudeau! We’re the shit!

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Tim Dormer

Age: 31
Hometown: Bondi Beach, Australia
Occupation: TV & Radio Host and Social Media Influencer

Unique and energetic, Tim’s greatest challenge will be keeping himself out of mischief and off the chopping block.

Describe yourself in three words:
Unique, Energetic, Annoying

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
Play nice. Which is hard because I usually play mean! In Australia, it’s different. It’s all viewer voted, so even if you’re mean but you’re entertaining, you stay in the house. Whereas, here if people hate me in the house, I’m out. I’ll have to hold my tongue. My goal is to think before I speak or act. It’s going to be a challenge.

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?
My dog! I have a French Bulldog called Meat Loaf and I love him and I miss him! He’s the only thing I’ve ever loved. That even includes human beings!

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
I’m very determined so if I decide I have to win, I’ll sit down and kind of meditate on winning for hours and focus in on it, and it works! I am really smart at mathematical puzzles – I have a thing for patterns or numbers. In terms of physical challenges, I’m so uncoordinated but nothing scares me. I might not be the strongest or the fittest but I’m definitely one of the most courageous.

If you won, how would you spend the winnings?
On something stupid like a pet dolphin? No, I wouldn’t – I don’t believe in keeping dolphins as pets. I would buy another dog! A girlfriend for Meat Loaf!

Many of your soon-to-be competitors will likely know you and may have even studied your BB strategy. Do you have a plan to use this to your advantage?
If they’ve watched me in Australia, they’ll probably know me as quite loud and overbearing. That said, I’ll just work to remind everyone that this is a very different type of show and competition, so I won’t be coming in with a leg up at all. They’ve got the advantage – I’m the new guy! I think I’ll just win them all over with my Aussie charm!

What is your favourite or most important Big Brother memory from your experience in your prior season(s)?
Ooh. Good question. We had a challenge once where we had to nominate people for eviction and I wanted to do something to show everyone I wasn’t afraid of them and didn’t care whether they put me up for eviction so I nominated myself for eviction. That way I controlled my own fate. I knew that Australia would save me. And I was saved! I knew at that moment I could win. Like wow! People are rooting for me. It was a moment where I was doing something different, and that’s what I like to do in life: look at things differently. In my opinion the way to approach things is that you aren’t going up against your houseguests, you are going up against Big Brother the whole time. The other houseguests are just my toys to play with while I’m in Big Brother’s house.

What do you think the most significant differences between Canadians and Australians?
From who I’ve met so far, Canadians are lovely and polite and probably don’t really rock the boat. Peaceful. Australia is a country built basically by convicts! We arrived on a boat, rebelled against the government at the time and built a nation. Wild people in a wild, dangerous land. Aussies rock the boat. We’re nice and genuine, but there’s no politeness needed.

Why should Canadians choose you to enter the house this season?
As a fan of the show, I’ve always played in a way that I think will be interesting to watch. I don’t want it to be boring for people. I’m something different. I’ll add a totally new flavour to the mix. It’s a very strong flavour but it won’t be bland. Whether you like or hate me, you’ll always have an opinion. That’s what I want – I don’t really care if you like or hate me. I enjoy making people think differently about things.

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Nikki Grahame

Age: 33
Hometown: London, UK
Occupation: TV Personality

Adventurous, brave, and loyal, Nikki doesn’t play Big Brother with any sort of strategy in mind, and just enjoys the experience and people while she’s in the house.

Describe yourself in three words:

Adventurous, Brave, Loyal

Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
I haven’t even considered winning Big Brother Canada. It’s enough of a shock to me that I’m in Canada. Even if I get into the house I would just be elated to get to live that experience of Big Brother. Ten years ago, I did it for the first time and it’s like I’m doing it for the first time all over again if I go in there. That would just be so exciting!

If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why?

My phone. I’m always on it. That was hard the first time too – I was texting loads of footballers at the time so it was sad to have to stop that. Now in the UK, I’m on all these dating apps – Tinder and Bumble – speaking to all of these guys. Now they’re just going to wonder where I’ve gone!

Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most?
I hate – absolutely hate – things like gunge. Anything to do with mess in my hair or on my face or creepy crawlies, being cold – I cannot abide. Disgusting. I almost shouldn’t tell you this so I don’t give the challenge producers any ideas!

If you won, how would you spend the winnings?

I would buy a massive apartment somewhere – like a holiday home. I’d take all of my friends on an amazing trip like a world cruise or something. I’d just have a damn good time. And obviously make sure my family was all set – my sister and my nephew.

Many of your soon-to-be competitors will likely know you and may have even studied your BB strategy. Do you have a plan to use this to your advantage?
If people in there do recognize me I don’t think it would affect how I behave. With me, what you see is what you get. I never had a strategy – I know some people do but I never had one. I just try and be nice to everyone so no one would nominate me for the chopping block. I think I would struggle with that. I can’t help telling people when they annoy me. Sometimes I’ll find myself saying things that I realize halfway through I shouldn’t have said. If someone pisses me off, I will definitely tell them.

What is your favourite or most important Big Brother memory from your experience in your prior season(s)?
In my first season I was put up and voted out of the house and then the public voted me back in. I was out for two weeks and at the next evictions the audience was chanting “We want Nikki back! We want Nikki back!” I made it back in and was there until the finals, and I hooked up with Pete, this guy who I was in love with in the house. It was all quite magical.

What do you think are the most significant differences between Canadians and British people?
Canadians are a lot friendlier. English people are a bit harder to read, and maybe more judgmental. We’ll see!

Why should Canadians choose you to enter the house this season?
I will promise to bring my energy, vibrance and positivity to the house. I would try to control my temper tantrums – I’m getting better about that – although it’s something people do like to watch I suppose. I love Big Brother. It just feels like home to me, so I’d be thrilled to go in.

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SMG HOOVER
SMG HOOVER

LOL Joel is like Steve Moses in 10 years.

SuzyQ
SuzyQ

Joel looks like he is going to be as annoying as all get out.

Chloe
Chloe

Notice there are still blank spots , I bet 2 or three returning Canadians are entering the house and I would bet my rent that Gary is one of them which makes me sick. I never liked him and he only got to the end by getting sent back into the house late in the game. The only saving grace that season was that he didn’t win because Topaz didn’t realize that at the end you write down the winners name, not the one you don’t want to win. It’s too soon to see returnees after just 3 seasons. I wish we could get a season somewhere that just let them play the game. Enough with returnees and twisto twists that set up unworthy winners or turn it all into a popularity contest.

Guy From Canada
Guy From Canada

The last two spots are international spots….

Stan7777
Stan7777

Hi Everybody

I don’t think season 4 is the time to bring back HGs. All Stars was 7 in BB USA. Give it a few more seasons these donkies will do something with former guests. I liked your post in general though :) OML it’s the attack of the 20 somethings.. I’m interested to see how they position the internationals in the house.
Surely they aren’t going to try coaches (FAIL) like BBUSA so gotta be straight up contestants?

Samboooooodee
Samboooooodee

I already hate Ramsey and Paige. I am like Loveita :)

red
red

I like the cast so far! The international twist could be cool. Btw, Maddy Pavel is spelled Maddy Pavle.

Pinocchio Obama
Pinocchio Obama

Let the drama begin.

Tripleb2k1
Tripleb2k1

The most un-Canadian group of houseguests I’ve ever seen and we still have the second half yet to come

Elledal
Elledal

I Agree!!! The full cast is now revealed except for the 2 international people and there is 1 person east of Ontario, 2 people over the age of 30… really representative of Canada. Its going to be a Albert and BC dating show. Not interested.

Marissa
Marissa

Does the US complain about representation every year when their cast is announced? I dunno, personally I have not seen it. At least not on here…

What is everyone’s problem with representation?? Maybe everyone they met in NS and NFLD were boring?? Season 1 and 2 had tonnes of East Coast representation. Two East Coast winners in a row. And I think this is the first NB cast member so yay for New Brunswick. But really, who cares??

Stan7777
Stan7777

The idea of regional representation is to drive ratings. Atlantic Canadians definitely root for the local HG’s. It will be interesting with so little east coast content. Lets see how everyone plays once the season starts. More concerned with production fixing a winner than where the HG’s come from personally.

SuzyQ
SuzyQ

Sure hope we are going to see some east coast personalities in the house this season.

Chessie_K
Chessie_K

They should up the Prize Money

Hann
Hann

I completely agree. The show seems to be doing well in Canada and for US fans. I don’t know why the prize isn’t higher. People will do a lot for half a million.

Guy From Canada
Guy From Canada

I’m team Dallas from the two minute interview…..that may change once the live feeds are up.

Thanks for being back Simon and Dawg btw :)

Bee
Bee

Not crazy about any of these picks. And I really hate when they pick somebody like this mitchell guy. In a game like this where so much is decided by the viewers, this guy goes in with a huge advantage, his 38k followers on instagram.

Confuzzed
Confuzzed

I think I’ll wait until I see how they mesh in the house before I make up my mind. You never know.

Hann
Hann

I’ll need to see how they behave in the house and deal with the international twist, but I’m claiming Mitchell, Sharry, Dallas, Ramsey, and Raul.

-Jared will do well if he’s not seen as a physical threat.
-Joel is another freaking Steve/Ian which people are bound to compare him to.
-Maddie and Philippe are fireballs (I’m getting Tom BBCan 1 vibes from Philippe).
-Paige could be an early boot. She so young, and the way she talks reminds me a bit of Michelle from BB4 (also an early boot).
-Kelsey and Loveita are going to try and play nice. They’ll probably make jury but be booted. I’m not sure why Loveita would want to align with strong males if she thinks they are stronger than females physically (males tend to suck at the endurance comps which are the most physically demanding). They will knock her out at the end if they drag her that far.
– Cassandra and Christine will be s**t starters lol! I think I’ll like them. I’m impressed that Christine plans on playing the unaligned Floater game rather than the usual multiple alliance Floater game. She may play similar to Godfrey or Johnny Mac.

not there yet
not there yet

I’m taking the hour to look at everything for the new season all at once to try to get myself on board and excited. I’m not there yet. I only recently saw a commercial for the new season.
The international twist (oh dear, twists already…) is not something I’m liking from gut reaction, but I’m really going to try to have an open mind, if I can stop cringing at the thought. If it becomes a revolving door of international house guests every two weeks I’m going to be pretty much hating on the twist.
The same gut is looking at the cast. my immediate reactions in no order:
The oldest ones / ones over thirty: should they unpack? Historically valid question. Advice: lie about your age.
The ones that say they have no plan or strategy: damn you better be lying, or at least be entertaining or you’re a complete waste of time. oh look: the future jury.
I’m hoping for some surprise (more from the hg’s than from the producers and twistos but who am I kidding).
I’m hoping the normal expected cookie cutter alliances don’t happen this time (come on, for once break the mold). First episode brodown? An alliance of more than two women that can actually last longer than a week without an obligatory showmance guy in the mix? I can hope
Nobody is standing out as the instant front runner to me. The first week will be telling I hope.
I’m a little sarcastic and pessimistic right now, but secretly I’m hoping this will be a good season.
Cheers.