It's that time of year again (BB09)

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  • First guy in (Freddie) looks like a right bell end
     
  • Lisa looks like a dick too - what a prick
     
  • We have something worth watching it for at least... Sophie
     
  • This Kris seems OK... but anyone who spells Chris with a K has to be a fool
     
  • Noirin - not as fit as Sophie... and the first word she said was "f*ck" - Fucking slapper
     
  • "What your name?"
    "What's your name first?"
    Ultimate tosspot, and he is well gay!
    Cairon
     
  • At the moment, Freddie and Sophie are my favourites, it seems they are the most down to earth.
     
  • I want to punch that Cairon already, he is just ignorant
     
  • Angel, fitness freak... but I like her, seems she wont take any shit... I really really really hope she hits somebody in there, not lovely Sophie though. Actually I don't like her becuase of the way she is walked into the house... actually, I think I do she knows how to rally the crowd, she reminds me of a baddie wrestler... No, I like her, yes I like her
     
  • Karly - boring
     
  • Marcus - Is this Action Guy for real? Ha ha... I think this guy is going to make Big Brother brilliant this year... I might watch it for him - He is like a big kid
     
  • Beinazir - Annoying
     
  • Sophia is a jolly ol soul - She is a screamer though - come on Angel, punch her
     
  • Rodrigo - the token pretty boy... knob
     
  • Charlie - annoying again
     
  • It goes to show the type of people they get... everyone of them as re-arranged themselves in the mirror before entering
     
  • Bitchy girl Saffia wants to go in to BB for 2 months or so - when she has a 7 month old kid at home?
     
  • Shree - get a job
     
  • Siavash - I have a nickname for you mate - Twatprickcunt
 

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Lol, brilliant summary!!! :D

We're not on the same page though - the only ones I like so far are Lisa, Sophia, Rodrigo and Charlie :oops: No, scratch that, I actually LOVE Charlie. Seriously!! :)

Laura xx
 

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I'm sure they developed a bit since the launch day... they are all annoying but I liked the Wolverine chap
 

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Freddie/Halfwit - A male Belinda...shubba-dooba-do-wawa.

Sophie/Dogface - First to crack. Probably realising life in the BB house isn't what she thought it would be.

Angel - Cringesome entrance but has been alright since actually being in the house.

Marcus - Seems almost always exhasperated by all around him.

Sree - Wasn't sure what to make of him at first but is coming across quite sweet since settling in.

Sophia - Not as sweet as she first appears. Potentially a stirer.

Saffia - Selfish bitch.

Charlie - Sean Penn in Milk. Would do well not to too closely tie himself with Saffia. It could damage his chances.

Rodrigo - A sweetheart, although possibly open to hysterics. Probable winner if he keeps his emotions in check.

Noirin - Headstrong but looks to have a softer side that balances it out. Will do well.

Carley - Headstrong but no redeaming elements to balance that out. Will come across as a mardy cow.

Lisa - More vulnrable that she makes out. Will probably have a few sobs in the coming couple of weeks.

Kris - Neither here nor there so far.

Siavash - An entertaining character. Dillusional but stylish with it.

Beinazir - Yet to find her voice. Probably taken slightly aback by finding bigger characters than her in the house.

Cairon - A mix of previous housemates Science and Darnell. His youth is slightly against him.

I would say either Rodrigo or a housemate that's yet to enter will win.
 

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It's strange, I think Lisa is the only one that seems to talk any sense yet she originally came across as the weirdest one when going in (maybe apart from the crazy Russian mime act that happened). Seems to be the only one at this point in time who you could have any sort of reasonable conversation with.

Beinazir went last night in perhaps one of the most cruel and humiliating evictions ever. Someone in the tabloid press mentioned that actually having really annoying people in the house is what makes Big Brother, it isn't a reason to switch it off. It makes their come-uppance so much better. He more or less said that these types of wannabe's deserve all they get. Shame that Beinazir didn't really deserve that treatment, she wasn't as annoying as a lot of people who have walked through that door, or at all even.

Besides Sophie/Dogface being a nice looking lass, I can't really comment further on this years equivalent of throwing Christians to the lions. There's just not much to say so in the words of Eddie Hitler "I think I'll just put bollocks".
 

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Lisa's been much more stoic than I was expecting. It's actually been Angel who's been more emotional. It was everso slightly heartbreaking seeing her celebrate her birthday so quietly in the Diary Room and not tell any of the others. As long as she doesn't walk I would love to see her reach the final.

Saffia's gone. Can't say I'll miss her.

Marcus saying he doesn't want any of the girls falling in love with him was unintentionally hilarious. Seems he hasn't grasped that looking like Wolverine isn't the same as looking like Hugh Jackman.

Sree's gone a bit full on since becoming a housemate. He's still sweet for the most part but he just needs to learn where the boundries are. His intentions are well meaning but his approach is all wrong.

I'd say my top housemates are Siavash, Rodrigo, Niorin and Angel.
 

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According to my sis, on the live feed Angel was tending to quite a nasty cut on Sree's head and put a bloodstained tissue down on the worktop and Lisa had a go at her. She tried to explain that she was giving him first aid (he was bleeding quite badly) and Lisa then went out into the garden and slagged her off out of earshot saying 'who does she think she is. She isn't a proper medic, she isn't even a professional boxer'. She went on to diss her further saying that boxing in Russia isn't professional because they don't earn as much as over here :rolleyes:

Then it wasn't included in last nights show. At the same time, that curly haired bloke was getting his eyebrows plucked in a different room, so they showed that 'enlightening & entertaining' snippet instead.

And that's why I get annoyed with BB every single year. They obviously didn't show the argument over the bloodstained tissue because they want to portray Lisa in a good light. Annoying! :mad:

I'd like Lisa to step into the ring with Angel to see if she is in fact a professional boxer. As Harry Hill says... Only one way to find out!
 
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What I love about Big Brother, is watching the launch show, then hearing what happens throughout the series via friends and messageboards etc (not tabloids). If I tuned into to see this I would just get very angry...

The thing is, when it starts to get interesting Big Brother cuts away from the drama. The Jade Goody fiasco would have been much more entertaining if there were just left to it, same with the that ponce from last year who spat in someones face... does it matter who it offends? Do anyone, anywhere REALLY lose any sleep over these tiny things.

I hope that Boxing lass twats the little gobshite - now that would be brilliant!
 

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Yeah but spitting is common assault in the eyes of the law.

The problem I had is that they didn't include that argument at all. They cut away from the whole thing so to most viewers no one will know what a shitehawk (thanks Charlie Brooker) Lisa is. Keeping someone squeaky clean like that is just wrong. And there's been talk that the BB producers have been doing that for years, making people look good or bad depending on who they want to be 'goodies' and 'baddies'.


 

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Charlie's a bit of a twat as well. Sree accidently hit his foot with the bed draw and Charlie just whacked him one on the back even though he'd said sorry. I doubt he would've hit Kris if it had been him.

Sophia will be out tonight. Far too bitey. Certain experiences in her life have made her more firery than she needs to be.
 

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Shame that, I think without her in the house it'll quieten down. At least she sticks up for herself, even though sometimes she is off the mark. I think if she stays in she'll end up having the mother of all bust ups with that Saffia woman.
 

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I think if she stays in she'll end up having the mother of all bust ups with that Saffia woman.
Saffia walked out the house last night. She had a bust up with Sophia in the garden and got all jealous about Kris spending time with Sophie/Dogface. Apparently it'll all be shown on tonight's eviction show.
 

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Anyone still watching? Well, I am anyway.

Siavash is still my top housemate. Didn't like Kris being sneery towards his dress sense. Clearly doesn't understand what a London bohemian style icon Siavash is. So glad Kris is up for eviction. He just has to go. It'll wipe the smarmy smug grin off his face.

It's just a shame Charlie can't piss off with him. I'm sick of his fake little acts.

As I feared, Rodrigo's hysterical side has got the better of him. Shame as he could've won it. He'll still reach the final, I think, but only make maybe 3rd place now. Halfwit will probably make top 2 if not actually win it now due to his eviction survivals. Although, I want Siavash to win.

The female housemates this year have been a shocking let down. Noirin was the only one who had anything going for her but she's let herself get too mixed up with Marcus, who's clearly a bit of a perv (he photographs himself going to the toilet!) with a terrible case of denial in regard to anything he does. I would ordinarily vote him out this week but Kris is up and he must go instead. Marcus is just a bit sad. Kris is a knob who needs a good kick in the ego.
 

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Well all bets are off after last night.

A massive row kicked off after Noirin was called a bunny rabbit. Sounds ridiculous...because it was. She completely over reacted and dragged Siavash over hot coals infront of the whole group, leaving him battling against the pack. She wouldn't let it go, Charlie wouldn't shut the f*ck up, Karly went into an unnecessary rage and Halfwit probably won the show with, what has to be said, a quite magnificent and hilarious defence of Siavash in the face of the ranting mob. This really could be the night Halfwit wins the series.

And amazingly, Marcus came out of it ok. He actually came across as the reasonable voice in his talk with Noirin afterwards.

It would be impossible for the row to be properly covered in the highlights tonight. Needless to say Noirin absolutely lost it.
 

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OMG, I know what you mean - she's a complete mentalist!! I don't think I've ever seen anyone with such lack of self-awareness either - everything she says about Freddie and Marcus is her down to a tee!! Marcus was actually being very astute last night and giving her some good advice but her problem is that she can dish it out but can't take it! And then on come the crocodile tears as she starts playing the victim card :rolleyes: It's no wonder she's been sacked from every job she's ever had :rolleyes: Everything's always someone else's fault, never hers :rolleyes: And she's completely obsessed with Freddie, she won't stop talking about him - next she'll be criticising him for daring to breathe the same air as her :rolleyes:

Laura xx
 

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I'd like to see Marcus stay as he's the only one to properly call Bea out. She'll be unbarable if Halfwit stays. Halfwit will equally be unbarable if he stays as his cockiness will hit the roof. He's peaked anyway.

I want either Rodrigo or Siavash to win. Though, if neither gets it I'd be ok seeing Dogface win it.
 

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A vote to evict Marcus is a vote against Bea though ;) I don't want her thinking she's been proved right if Freddie is evicted! I'd also love to see a Bea vs Freddie eviction next week, although I have a feeling she'll probably escape again and it'll be Freddie/Marcus against Siavash *sigh* :(

I have a feeling Freddie will be going tonight though.

Laura xx
 

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I think whoever stays, Bea will find a way to be the victim of the result.

"They've kept Marcus to have a go at me."

"They've kept Freddie to spite me."

As a viewer I'd much prefer to watch Marcus deal with her calmly than Freddie go maniacal again. Besides, Marcus wants to go and Halfwit's confident he's staying. Never give the housemates what they expect.
 
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