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Gladys63 wrote:He's someone that would have done well in the Shapiro era.
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People like this mook are what's wrong with Retardville. They go through life believing themselves to be fully-formed human beings with nothing left to learn.
Fuck Cody and his 'Alpha' loser-noises.
*edited to remove any references to America.
07/14/17 01:52 PM
AeRo 21 wrote:Loved his exit interview. I hope he comes back. And I'd fuck him.
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EFilarski2 wrote:The fact that people are now realizing the light that Cody was. He is the best part of this season hands down
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Why did you choose not to inform or listen to any of your allies when you chose to put up Paul (and ultimately Christmas)? Subsequently, why didn’t you try to appeal to said allies this past week to try to keep you in the game?
They aren’t my allies, for one. I’ve never had an alliance with these people, I wanted to see who was loyal and who wasn’t. The Paul decision was strictly mine and mine to be had alone. I was going to try and implicate anybody in that decision, and I also wasn’t going to have any of them try and talk me out of it out of their fear. You gotta understand, these people are terrified of Paul and his following. They literally talk about not wanting to target Paul because they’re afraid his 200 and some odd thousand followers are going to attack them on the outside or something. So he has this advantage over them, and for me, I don’t give a damn. So if I’m going to make a move on Paul, I can’t give it to any of them, because these people live in constant fear in the house, of the outside and what’s inside the house. They were all disloyal to me. If they barely had my back while I had power in that house, they definitely didn’t have my back, especially in the sense that during that HoH competition, it was essentially a team HoH competition where they all gave Paul tickets so that way he would win HoH to take me out. They all knew he was going to backdoor me, I knew he was going to backdoor me, and they all gave him the tickets. These people had no loyalty to me. They weren’t my allies and they were definitely not going to keep me in the game.
You told Paul before you left that you wanted to work with him moving forward. If you had stayed in the house and worked with him moving forward, who would you want to go after? Conversely, which one of the remaining “betas” do you think stands the best chance of taking him out?I like that you’re calling them “betas.” Mark, and his allies. Anyone close to Mark, I’m going to take them out. Because right before I left, Mark pretty much implied that something I said pissed him off enough to say that he’s going to come after Jess. They realize that they can’t affect me. They realize there’s nothing they can say or do to me that’s going to affect me. So what they have to do, is they have to try to take out somebody close to me. And that’s how they strike an emotional chord in me. So, like Alex or Jessica, if they go after one of them or say something about going after them, obviously that’s going to strike a chord in me. Mark tried to do that right before I left, so if Mark wants to play that little terrorist game, I’m going to target everyone close to him.
Why did you make that speech when you were being interviewed by Dominique?
I had nothing to lose. I made sure Paul was in the audience because he was going to go to bed early that night. I wanted him to hear it. If anything, that side of the house, they live in constant fear. It’s one fear after another. You should just see the males on that side, just in the sense of seeing Alex perform. I’ve never seen people cower to a girl so much. Matt’s probably one of the biggest pussies I’ve ever met in my life. That side of the house, they live in fear of everything, so even throwing it out there, they’re cowering. They’re probably running around like chickens with their heads cut off afterwards trying to do damage control. At least Paul was trying to do damage control to keep the group together. But if I could shake things up like that, I was happy to do so, because they were going to get rid of me anyway.
If you got back into the game, what would be your first move?
Listen to Jess.
“Believe it or not, I would have aligned with Paul and I would have taken out Mark. Mark had mentioned something about taking out Jessica, so I would have taken out everyone close to Mark,”
“If I could do it all over again I would. Knowing what I know now that I couldn’t get the votes, maybe not, it’s tough to say. Paul got that stupid invincibility thing for three weeks and there was no way to plan for that or strategize for that,”
“From the very start it was me, Mark, Dominique and Matt. They were the ones that prompted me to nominate Christmas. I mean, I wanted Christmas out myself and they kind of just validated the sentiment. I should have had the vote with just them but they turned their backs on me,”
Julie let you know that you'll have a chance to get back in the game. Who will you target if you get back in, and how will you play the game differently?Mark and his allies. Anyone close to Mark, I'm going after them. That pretty much goes off him saying something about trying to target Jess just to stab at me before I left. So if he wants to play that game, I'll take out everyone close to him. And I will let the people close to him know that's the reason why. You want to target me, that's fine. You want to target, then I'm going to do the same thing to you. I'm going to let everyone around you know that's the reason. As far as anything different, I'm not going to change anything. I'm going to continue to play with my heart. It's just what I do. I'm not going to be a dud.
Why does Josh cry so much?Because he's a bitch.
Who has the best shot at making it to the end of the game? Why?Paul is going to steamroll everyone in the house, just because no one is going to go after [him] except me. Everyone thinks if they go after Paul that his army of followers on the outside will hate them, and they don't want to be hated. They think America will hate them for it. So therefore, Paul is going to come away squeaky clean through this entire process. Every single one of them is a Paul groupie and they will be on Paul's dick the entire time.
You initially wanted to go to the end with Mark and Matt. Why did you decide to throw Mark's game under the bus when you framed him and Dominique for knowing about your plan to nominate Paul?
Cody: I only told Paul about telling Mark about his nomination, but I only threw it to Mark as an idea. Dominique was never a part of that, I'm not sure if Mark ever said anything to her. But Mark and Dominique were involved in the whole Christmas nomination. I didn't go into the nomination [ceremony] with Christmas blind. Mark pretty much threw away any loyalty he had towards me when he voted to keep Christmas, and then he helped Paul out in the HOH competition, knowing full well that Paul was going to backdoor me. Mark completely threw me under the bus.
Last week, you nominated Alex for eviction, but immediately regretted it. You then blatantly threw the Veto to her and at one point even called Jessica "Alex." Why did you care so much about Alex, to the point of risking your own game to keep her in the house?
Cody: I'm not sure how it came across -- I didn't just straight up throw the Veto to Alex. Alex definitely earned the Veto. I may have been able to try a little bit harder towards the end there, but in all actuality I do [want to] win it. Alex deserves to be there. There hasn't been a competition player like Alex, as far as on the chick side of things. Like, legit, this chick is Wonder Woman. So to have a competitor in there like her and then the guys all wanting to get rid of her because she's a competitor, that chick deserves to be there. And people like Matt cower to Alex because he doesn't have the physical capability that she has even though he should and it appears that he should. But no, Matt's cowered to Alex, a few of the other dudes [cower] to Alex. So I respect Alex a lot in that sense. I respect her, I respect her as a competitor. I don't have any feelings towards her or anything like that. If that was the indication in the sense that I called Jessica "Alex" one time, that's not the case at all. My feels are straight-up towards Jessica, not Alex in that way.
You never really seemed too concerned with your social game and often would stare blankly while other houseguests were joking around or doing group activities. Do you think you'd be here now had you made a greater effort to be personable? If you get to return, would you do anything differently?
Cody: These other guys act like jackasses just to be jackasses. I'm not going to just smile and laugh just to smile and laugh, I'm not going to be like that at all. So if that's the social game that needs to be played to continue forth... I'm a competitor, I'm just going to take action, I'm going to do what I do. I'm just not going to sit around and laugh and joke if it's not funny just because that's what everyone else is doing.
You seem to have gained respect for Paul, saying he's the only other "alpha" in the house. If you get to return, would you consider working with him?
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What has been your opinion of Cody since day one?
JULIE CHEN: At first, I thought Cody was a nice single dad who I felt a lot of empathy for. It can’t be easy, right? Then, once in the house, I started thinking, “This guy is kind of a bully and likes to intimidate others.” I watched him stare down Alex during the first HOH comp when it was two of them left. It was a bit creepy. Then his brushing teeth and just staring people down stone-faced as they tried to get information out of him was also a bully move to try and intimidate and create fear. I guess it would have been funny or more forgiving if I felt he was nice or funny. But I thought he was just a rigid guy with no tolerance for people not like him. But, during his exit interview, I saw a more human side and even a bit of a sense of humor. Here’s hoping he is not as bad of a guy as he came across in the house. We probably only saw the bad side (we all have them). The game and competition can bring out the worst in people.
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