Saturday, June 6, 2009

Bravo Likes to Teach People to Play with Their Food

I'm currently recovering from an incident of food poisoning, irritated with shopping, and bored out of my mind. So, considering how MMAS ended this week, let's blog about the next big thing Bravo has in store for us!

As many people should know by now, Top Chef is definitely one Bravo's more inconsistent reality shows. Not every season is perfect, by any means. It's probably my vote for most stress inducing and overall addicting-yet-disappointing reality show that I watch. Bravo-wise, at least Project Runway, Top Design, and Make Me a Supermodel all produced very deserving and fabulous winners every season. Shear Genius isn't the case, because both of their winners were bullshit, but no one should care about Shear Genius anyway - it's always been stupid. Top Chef, however, flip flops every season. It drives me up the wall.

Last time we checked in with Padma and the crew, they pretty much ruined the lives of anyone who had high hopes of season five. Now, they're starting Top Chef: Masters.

This is just a really bad joke, isn't it? Bravo, really, you already awarded Hosea Rosenberg the win last season. You can stop with the bad jokes already. That was awful enough.

Since it starts next week, let's discuss the inconsistency of the epic cooking show that is Top Chef.

Season one was nothing short of fabulous. No, my favorite contestant did not win, but whatever. It had great challenges, a lovable cast, a beyond perfect final two, and a fabulous winner. Yes, Katie Lee Joel was the host, and that was pretty unnecessary, but most of the judging actually made sense, not every challenge was about how long Padma can get away without wearing much clothing... It was almost perfect. I would've loved the final three to consist of Stephen, Tiffani, and Harold instead, with Dave at four (he was annoying as fuck on the show, but I've had his truffle mac'n'cheese, and it was pretty orgasmic), and LeeAnne at five. It should've been that - Stephen's elimination is still pure bullshit. But no other season has been as good as the first season, and with the rate at which the show is going now, that's how it's gonna stay.

Sorry, I don't have the big cast pic.

Season two started off strong and fabulous, with all of the irritating contestants leaving one right after another in very deserving eliminations. Once they got rid of Mikey Midgley, right after he won back to back challenges, the season went down in flames. Clippergate being irrelavent (and it is. Cliff is a baller, you should blame Ilan and the alcohol), nothing seemed to go right at that point. I see why Ilan was in the final two with Marcel - they were the only two that followed the final challenge. However, either way, the winner would be kindof a joke. Marcel was my favorite, but look at him. He has this Pokemon Diamond rival hairdo, he dances when he wins challenges, and he raps on rooftops. I think it's all endearing, but the public probably doesn't. At the same time, everyone should appreciate how he drops the term "molecular gastronomy" now. So, considering how the judges were motherfucking stupid and got rid of the real winner (Sam Talbot), it was a battle of the jokers. The judges just had to pick who was less of a joke. Unfortunately, they're still stupid, and they picked the one who was more of a joke. The only thing that makes Ilan a tolerable winner is the fact that he did win three challenges. You have to take that into consideration, even if he is a stupid-hair-rocking asshole. It still should've been a Sam/Marcel final two, but hey - at least Ilan's a little bit talented, which is more than what you can say about a certain other winner.

Season three started out dull, painful, and awful. While eliminations made sense (except Camille's - she should've stayed longer than Sara M. motherfucking gross.), the challenges were, for the most part, stupid, the cast was irritating, and there were only three people who deserved to win, out of motherfucking fifteen. Tre's elimination was, hands down, one of the most unforgivable moments in the history of Top Chef. The fact that one-note Brian, awful douchebag CJ, nasty bitch Sara M, beyond inconsistent Howie, and stupid bitch Casey all lasted longer than Tre is completely unacceptable. Right after that moment, however, the season started getting somewhere. The final two of season three rivals Harold and Tiffani. Dale and Hung were fabulous, and pretty much the only saving graces from Tre's last on out. Although the season wasn't the best by any means, it ended strong with the best winner in the history of Top Chef.

Season four was very similar to season two. All of the eliminations, prior to maybe Jen's, made sense. Sure, I liked a good amount of the cast, but their eliminations made sense. Awful challenges, though. I mean, ridiculous. After Mark went home, however, things started to get awful. While Andrew and Richard learned how to be awesome, Lisa - one of my preshow favorites - learned how to completely ruin my life, being the sole reason Andrew and Dale were eliminated in two of the biggest bullshit eliminations ever. Antonia was consistently stank and untalented and the fact that she made it that far as well was gross. Spike, although amazing in terms of personality, and not untalented by any means, was not the fabulous contestant I expected him to be. The number one highlight, and arguably only highlight, of this entire season was the fact that the clear winner was rightfully awarded her title. Yes, Richard was more consistent, but he stumbled in the end. Yes, Lisa was on point for a change in the end, but Bravo knows not to award someone that stank the win. Stephanie Izard was, hands down, the best woman that has ever been on the show, and there was no one that deserved the prize more than her. Unfortunately, her win wasn't enough to put season four in a higher ranking that season two, but at least it made up for Lisa robbing Mark, Andrew, and Dale of their rightful spots in the later game.

Season five was a joke. Yes, the eliminations were valid for more than half of the season, only exceptions being Jamie, Fabio, and both runners up, but that doesn't save anything. Jamie was the only tolerable girl, and she still wasn't as fabulous as Steph, Tiff, or even Elia. Actually, just kidding, Ariane grew on you after a while. She was just boring. Hot shit, but boring. Leah Cohen's existance completely ruined the season, as she is the worst contestant ever to be on the show. Most importantly, the final three. You have Carla, who might not be consistent in terms of the challenges, but had grown the most in the competition and had the best personality of the final three. You have Stefan, who might be an arrogant prick and tries too hard to be hilarious (although it works), but won almost every single challenge, deserving every single one. Here it comes down to personality and growth vs. hardcore talent. What do the judges do? They give it to the one dumbfuck who has neither of those qualities. It's a joke. I swear to God, there is no motherfucking way Hosea is more talented than Stefan. Oh my God, no. On top of that, his repulsive obsession with Stefan was worse than Ilan's with Marcel. So much worse. Who cares if Stefan's arrogant and mean? This is Top Chef! Not Top Nice person. No one should give a fuck about his personality. Homeboy can cook. Hosea sucks at living. Worst winner ever. I hope he fails in his career more than Ilan has, personally. And I am okay with accepting others' opinions, but let's be real. If you think Stefan deserved to lose to Hosea based on his personality, when he was clearly the best chef in the bunch, you are either completely ignorant, motherfucking stupid, or not watching the show correctly. Fact. (for the record, I was rooting for Fabio the entire time. I just thought Stefan was the most deserving. It really should've been the Euros and Carla in the final three. Fact.)

So, after that catastrophe, they spring Top Chef: Masters. Where the people, who are already Top Chefs, compete on Top Chef. I'm sorry, but that's motherfucking stupid. Another joke. We don't need another joke, Bravo.

At least Coldickio is neither judging nor competing. Tom Collichio sucks so hard, I'm so sorry.

So, question I gonna watch this joke? Well, I was actually considering not watching it. Yes, I do like Hubert Keller and Elizabeth Faulkner, and would wish them all the best, but I just don't have the energy to be put through more torture. Besides, Wylie Dufresne is there. And he's a douche. point. However, I've decided that, yes, I will succumb to watching this ridiculous concept of a show. For one purpose.

I really like John Besh.

I remember him from Next Iron Chef. I was personally rooting for Mike Symon, but I would've been just as happy with Besh winning. He was consistently fabulous the entire competition and it's very exciting to see him compete again. So, I'll watch to see him. And root for him, Keller, and Faulkner. Once they're done, so am I.

That's really all I have to say about Top Chef. All of the talk is making me hungry. So, I guess until next time. Expect a review of the past ten reality winners soon, as well as that three week late Survivor blog (which is now going to be a Vlog instead, as I haven't even started writing anything yet)!
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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Top 5 Most Blunt Tips You'll Ever Find about Graduation

I'm making it quick - I have a lunch appointment at Pasta Blitz with my mom. I've never been to Pasta Blitz.

5. Learn to hate your gown color early on if it's bad.
At my school, boys wear blue and girls wear white. Motherfucking white. It's so hard to find decent white apparel these days, I'm not even gonna lie. Besides, it's harder to coordinate makeup with white than it is with blue. Girls, stock up on those white dresses as soon as you can. And if you don't have a white gown? Well... goddammit. Lucky bitches.

4. Don't leave anyone too dressed down.
That includes Hello Kitty. =)
Don't have everyone in your group wear white or anything, but they should dress up anyway because they're there to see you, not there to watch a graduation without a care in the world. So, the least they can do is look nice.

3. Look your best, despite having to wear the stupid cap and gown.
You'll have to make adjustments to the cap either way, just go all out on hair and makeup. It's the last time in your entire high school career to do so. My only criticism is don't wear high heels if they're not your best walking shoe. Yes, heels are much prettier than flats, and you'll feel much more glamorous and tall while wearing them, but if you fall off the stage because you can't walk in them, don't expect the entire audience to feel bad.

2. Make sure your parents cheer for you when you're walking the stage.
The biggest load of bullshit I've heard about graduation is how you're not supposed to cheer until after everyone's walked. Except when that happens, people give up on it and cheer midway toward the end, after you've already walked, making you feel like a total asshole. Kids, tell your groups, if they don't at least clap for you, you're coming after their asses. No joke.

1. Learn patience and the art of sucking up.
You'll have to suck it up when you're the fifth one graduating and you have to wait through the rest of the 346 or however many names, while dearly missing your iPod. Just try to be happy that you're more than likely not missing anything on TV tonight, as pretty much every show, except the ten o'clock Bravo shows are, has ended by now.

I probably sounded like a total asshole there, but who cares? I'm graduating tonight. =D Continue reading...

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Too Busy to Get Busy, Yet Too Legit to Quit

Hey guys.

So, today was my last real day in high school. While I'd like to say that's a good thing, finals and shit have put me behind of my schedule. I'm still willing to do the blog, as I have a small tie to networking through my major in college. However, I have only so much to say and only so many days in which I can say them.

All things considered, I'm gonna have to lump a lot of things into this one entry. First, I will post the list of what I will and will not post for the time being.

Will Not Post
+ Anything prom related.
Prom's done for me, and everyone else hoping to go to prom probably has their shit together. Come back around May '10, and I'll have some tips and whatnot.
+ Full finale posts of HK and ANTM.

Neither season was that interesting, and, although the Hell's Kitchen finale was the best since the first season, I kindof don't feel like blogging them. I'll just say congratulations to Teyona and Danny for winning America's Next Top Model 12 and Hell's Kitchen 5 respectively. Teyona, you weren't my favorite, but you were the only one who consistently delivered, so I'll take it. You deserved your win, most definitely. Good on you, girlie. And Danny, you were my favorite, so definitely best of luck with everything. You're fabulous.
+ Make Me A Supermodel recaps until the final four.
I'm pretty sure I know who's out this week, and I'm already not happy about it. It's not that I'm getting bored with the season, I just don't exactly know how to recap it anymore. I don't really like my style of ranking them and critiquing them. I'd rather do it a lot like Survivor, but I need the episodes to do it so I can make caps. We'll see how things go. PS, Jordan, you're gonna go far. Don't let this dumb elimination get you down - you'll rock the world again sometime soon.
+ Coach's last Survivor episode.
Because I already touched up on it in my pre-finale thing, so why bother? Besides, my opinions on Erinn and Coach have changed over the finale, so it's better if I just keep my opinions for that.

Will Post
+ At least four Survivor Tocantins related posts.
One involving an obvious comparison, one involving the finale, one involving the reunion, and one involving the ranking of the cast. It's bound to be fun.
+ Possibly things involving The Fashion Show.
It just really depends on if I can get more into it. We shall see tomorrow if I catch it.
+ Anything interesting that pops up.
Of course.

Also, hey, Toca kids. Let's do interviews. I have cool questions to ask. No really, JT, Stephen, Tyson, Joe, Coach, any of you reading this, let's play - interviewing can be fun, despite me not knowing how to do it vocally and it not being as cool via text. But still - it'd be awesome.

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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Survivor Tocantins || Pre-finale specs

I hate having two Survivor related posts back to back, but I figure, since the finale is tomorrow, I would lay out my speculations before I bust out my orange plaid outfit, red buffs, ‘Pao flags, and Paper Planes audios (or White’n’Nerdy, depending on what goes down) for the event that is 8 PM on Sunday night. This week’s episode was phenomenal – although causing me to add another person to the hate pile – and I’d hope the finale can only follow suit.

I will probably post my recap of this past episode after the finale, taking things in very slow doses as I have finals this week. Naturally, the finale and reunion recap will follow the past episode, as will a final ranking of the cast of Tocantins. Which will be a much harder cast to rank compared to Gabon, where only six people were tolerable. Fact.

Let's get to my current ranking of the final four.

Actually, in case I forget to recap this past episode, let me just state a few of my opinions on Coach.

He definitely gets a decent ranking on my list of "most disappointing players on a reality tv show", but he had a good run. Aside from the reward, where he was really just all over JT's ass instead of really doing anything, in a few of the past challenges, he's been doing rather well. Am I sad to see him go? Yes, and no. Coach is funny. Coach is really fucking funny. Erinn doesn't have a sense of humor. I'll take a part time Coach, part time douchebag over a stupid, undeserving bitch who doesn't know how to laugh at things that are funny. At the same time, I really tried feeling bad for Coach after Erinn's cuntiness. I did. Once he whipped out that poem, I was just hoping Jeff could make up for that fake double elimination with the other most obnoxious contestants of the season and just get rid of both Erinn and Coach. Sympathy lost. All in all, he's obnoxious, yes. He's kindof a douche, yes. He's also kindof hilarious, yes. Is he as hilariously obnoxious as Rocky from Fiji? Hell no. Is he a sense making kind of asshole like Corinne from Gabon? Hell no. At the same time, is he nearly as unbearable as Jean Robert from China? Hell no. Would I hang out with him in real life? In the day time, probably. Would I want to live in an appartment with him? Probably not. Is he cooler than Tyson? Definitely not. Does he deserve some sort of award for most dramatic contestant on a reality show? Most definitely.

Now to the final four.

If the group remains stupid, JT's got this in the bag. Also, do realize that the last two challenges are always the same type of challenge. JT has both of them, and it all depends on a few people from the jury on whether or not he wins. As for voting for Erinn, yes, he loses a vote, but he gains one from Coach. According to the Insider videos, JT voted for Erinn as a security vote - to secure Coach's vote. It's smart in a way, but I couldn't really see Coach voting for anyone else to begin with. Is the bromance over? I don't think so.

Looking back at the challenge, Stephen was very smart to vote out Coach. First, they've already planned this. Second, he was amazing in the past two challenges. Let's say, Coach got to the final three. The final immunity challenge is all concentration or balance (or both). With the exception of whatever shit was Gabon's last, it's always the same. Coach and JT are the only ones who are any good at either task - Stephen's too clumsy, Taj has the wrong kind of body, and Erinn just sucks. Having both JT and Coach there screams "STEPHEN GETS THIRD PLACE" way too loudly, unless JT wins. Stephen probably didn't want to risk that. In the end, if he somehow wins, it's smarter for him to take Taj rather than JT, but it could cost him another vote. And if he takes Taj, it could possibly cost him the game (depending on whether or not JT plans on forgiving him at the time).

I didn't like her attitude this week, but whatever. She has too much money already. Bottom line. She shouldn't win - her gameplay overall isn't that strong, she has enough money, and she blew off all but one of her alliances. Again, unless JT is on the jury and decides not to forgive his bromance partner, Taj has no chance at winning this game, and that's well deserved, no matter how much I love her.

COOZE. That's really all I can say. I will give her some sort of credit - she wouldn't have said anything if Coach just kept the details to a very bare minimum. But I don't give a shit how long she's lived with him. It's fucking rude to call him out like that when he probably wasn't trying to steal anyone's thunder. Coach is kind of a douche, but we've seen several times that he has a heart. Only a heartless fuck would've done what she assumed he'd do. He's not that. It was a totally classless, bitchy thing for her to say out of confessional. Fact. She won't get a vote at all because all the 'Biras hate her and all the 'Paos will vote for each other (JT doesn't like Erinn enough, I don't think). It'd be way too boring to take her to the final two. Ugh. Stupid princess. Also, get your nicknames straight - Coach wasn't the dragon, therefore he was not slayed. The dragon was slayed a long time ago, you stupid bitch. I guess this is what happens when I can't yell at Sierra for being stupid, but goddamn.

Jury questions are a lot of fun. Let's assume them! (well, at least for the current jury members)

Erinn: "Why do you deserve to win more than the person next to you?"
JT: see Erinn, though he will probably add some compliments to JT along the way
Stephen: see Erinn
Taj: "Why'd you turn on the Exile Alliance?"

Erinn: cut her down, Alex vs Cassandra style for not deserving to be there
JT: Not sure.
Stephen: see JT
Taj: something involving the money and whether or not she needs/deserves it. probably something about JT and Stephen carrying her

Erinn: point out all her flaws and show how much she hates her
JT: "Did you believe me when I called out Coach and Debbie?"
Stephen: not sure
Taj: "Why should you get the money when you have so much already?"

not sure on any of Debbie's questions, but she will probably be the Shii Ann, and say that no one should be bitter and people in glass houses should not throw stones. Therefore, Debbie will be awesome.

Erinn: rip her a new one, possibly either Alex vs Cassandra style or Corinne vs Sugar style, depending on how awesome he decides to be (he'd be cooler with the former)
JT: Praise him, but ask "how tight was our trust?" or something stupid like that. (in which JT will say he can still take Coach's word to the bank or something like that)
Stephen: Rip him a new one, Lex vs Rob style
Taj: sing Beautiful Soul to her? (FUCK, I WISH)

So, let's look at the voting options.

Scenario #1: If JT does not win the next challenge, it would make the most sense to get rid of him, for obvious reasons. If Erinn ends up winning the last challenge, after JT's been eliminated, she'll take Taj to the final two because Taj is a mama and she cares, where as Stephen's only been using Erinn to play the game. In that case, the finale becomes the worst finale of my life, but the votes will go as so...

Taj (Exile alliance hollah)
Taj (hates Erinn)
Taj (hates Erinn and Taj was sweet and motherly to her)
Taj (loves Taj, no comment on Erinn)
Taj (hates Erinn, wants Taj and her ~beautiful soul~)
Taj ('Paos to the end)
Taj ('Paos to the end)

Erinn = fail. Naturally. Taj gets more money than she needs or deserves, considering her gameplay (mock turtleneck, remember?).

Scenario #2: If Stephen wins the final challenge, JT's out at four, Taj at three, and he took Erinn to the final two, it'd be like this.

Stephen (never seemed to care about Erinn, spooning with Stephen might seal the deal)
Stephen (hates Erinn, might respect Stephen for his move against him)
Stephen (hates Erinn)
Stephen (loves Stephen, no comment on Erinn)
Stephen (hates Erinn, despite being backstabbed by the ~white wizard~)
Stephen ('Paos to the end, doesn't care for Erinn, Stephen was his next pick for the win, will probably be over elimination as it would make sense considering his level of threatening, bromance lives on)
Stephen ('Paos to the end, they've been together forever)

Again, Erinn = fail. Stephen joins Todd Herzog in being one of the best and most deserving winners ever.

Scenario #3: If JT takes Erinn to the final two, which he won't, he will win. Obviously. I guess I'll show the breakdown anyway.

JT (never seemed to care about Erinn, pretty much infatuated with JT)
JT (hates Erinn, JT's lesser of two evils)
JT (hates Erinn)
JT (loves JT, no comment on Erinn)
JT (hates Erinn, also infatuated with JT)
JT ('Paos to the end)
JT ('Paos to the end, bromance lives on)

Told you. Erinn = still fail.

Scenario #4: Also, it'd be almost the same thing if JT took Taj to the final two.

JT (pretty much infatuated with JT, backstabbed by Taj regarding exile alliance)
JT (never had an opinion on Taj. probably respects JT more)
JT (will realize Taj doesn't need the money as much as JT does)
JT (loves JT, probably thinks Taj doesn't need money as much as JT does)
JT (depsite Taj's beautiful soul, JT's the one Coach wants to chase. plus, JT never wrote Coach's name down)
Taj (JT tried to vote her out)
JT ('Paos to the end, bromance lives on, JT's played the better game in the long run)

6-1, JT wins. It's been a while since we've had a 6-1 vote.

If Erinn is out at four, or at three, and Stephen takes Taj, it could go two different ways.

Scenario #5: If Erinn's out at three, JT at four, it'll probably go as such.

Stephen (probably respects Stephen more than Taj)
Taj (Taj was sweet and motherly to her, Stephen voted her out)
Stephen (although she loves Taj, she will respect Stephen's gameplay more. also, she was planning on taking him to the final three, not Taj)
Taj (Still bitter about being backstabbed by ~the white wizard~, wants Taj and her ~beautiful soul~)
Stephen ('Paos to the end, will probably be over elimination as it would make sense considering his level of threatening, bromance lives on)
Taj (she always seemed closer to Taj)

Brendan's the wild card here. I can't tell which way he'll go. It depends on whether or not he wants to focus on gameplay or relationships.

Scenario #6: If Stephen takes Taj to the final when JT's out at three, the votes would probably be...

Stephen (probably respects Stephen more than Taj)
Taj (Taj was sweet and motherly to her, Stephen voted her out)
Stephen (although she loves Taj, she will respect Stephen's gameplay more. also, she was planning on taking him to the final three, not Taj)
Taj (Still bitter about being backstabbed by ~the white wizard~, wants Taj and her ~beautiful soul~)
Taj (she always seemed closer to Taj)
Taj ? ('Paos to the end, will probably feel backstabbed that Stephen did not take him to the final two)

Again, Brendan's a wild card, but it wouldn't matter at that point. If JT votes Taj, like I'd assume, Taj wins. It would be Romber all over again without the proposal, and I'm sure people are not going to be satisfied, despite how lovable Taj is (again, she doesn't need the money when she has a studmuffin husband like Eddie George, who rakes in money like autumn never had a tomorrow).

Scenario #7: Now, for what I'm hoping will happen, as well as what I think would be more fun/interesting. If JT wins one challenge, he'll win the other because the other three contestants aren't good enough to win the last. Fact. Judging how physical the final four challenge is, JT has it. So my assumption is Erinn will be out at four, Taj at three. Either way, the votes will probably be as followed...

JT (never seemed close with Stephen, pretty much infatuated with JT)
Stephen (loves both, probably just wants to be different. this is Tyson, after all.)
JT (she said she'd give final immunity to JT. Not Stephen. She wants JT to win)
JT (backstabbed by the ~white wizard~. also infatuated with JT)
Stephen (he didn't vote her out when Coach went, JT did)
Stephen ('Paos to the end, They've been together longer)

Ultimately, I think JT will take it because Stephen is such a strong player. Many of the strong players falter at the final tribal council. Boston Rob, Amanda (twice!), Sugar... It's a common thread. JT is also a fabulous schmoozer, and could easily pull a Todd Herzog and win strictly during tribal. If they go to the final two, and this happens as expected, Stephen's almost better off proposing to JT at the finale show in New York before Jeff announces the votes. Hey, it worked for Rob Mariano. Why the hell not? You know, Stephen can sport a cute little "I ♥ JT" shirt in orange plaid. It'd be absolutely adorable, just like Romber!

(Hahahaha, I'm kidding, boys! It'd be a smart idea, but I'm just playing.)

As for the actual votes, Tyson's a wild card, but Sierra is ultimately the swing vote. For some reason, it seemed as if Sierra was always trying to get JT's attention. Maybe she's infatuated too, I don't know. But she was sad JT took her out of the reward challenge. She wanted JT to believe her in the whole Debbie and Coach deal. All JT has to do is look into her puffy eyes and tell her he believed her. And JT wins.

No matter what, the only ones deserving to win this are the boys, and no matter which one wins, the winner will be one of my favorites ever. JT has won me over with his personality, and I fell in fangirl love. At the same time, he's played probably the best social game I've ever seen, and he's taken advantage of everyone's stupidity extremely well. On the flip side, Stephen has been a fabulous strategist, much better than the past few we've had, and I love him for it. So no matter what, I'm going to love the winner, as long as it's one of the boys (I'll love Taj, but she won't be ranked any higher than Danni from Guatemala, and I don't think Danni's ranked that high. Erinn'll probably be toward the bottom as she's contributed pretty much nothing to society, but do note that I haven't seen all of Marqueqas or Thailand.).

Last bit in order is fan favorite. It's probably gonna be between Taj, Brendan, and JT, JT winning it (second consecutive winner winning fan favorite much? possibly). I split my votes between JT, Tyson, and Stephen. JT's my favorite, so he got 10 of my twenty votes. I was gonna give Tyson my other ten because he's awesome and he deserves fan favorite (though he won't get it because he's an "asshole". Even though he's not at all), but I felt bad because Stephen played a better game over all, so I split my other ten votes evenly between Stephen and Tyson. Sorry, Tyson! I still love you.

Overall, I'm very excited for the finale. Hopefully, it won't disappoint. Actually, I'm more excited for the reunion, and hopefully, that won't disappoint either. Considering how Tyson, JT, and Stephen are all in this cast, I'm sure they'll all rock the reunion.
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