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09/22/16 06:45 PM
SimvivoRWay wrote:Robespierre wrote:Will wasn't really a part of the episode's strategic content, and usually we get a sense of the winner's strategic path from very very early on (episode 1). Michele in the Beauty Girls. Jeremy with the Bayon men. Mike with Dan, and so on.
If this is the case, my money is on Mari.
Robespierre wrote:Will wasn't really a part of the episode's strategic content, and usually we get a sense of the winner's strategic path from very very early on (episode 1). Michele in the Beauty Girls. Jeremy with the Bayon men. Mike with Dan, and so on.
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Yacnubean wrote:People are saying Mari goes out early because of rumors swirling that she has the overplaying but entertaining edit that bites her, ala Jeff varner.
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LilyBae wrote:How does ken make it on everyone top contender list
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Robespierre wrote:Hey guys, I'm excited for another round of edgic here, and I hope to have a lot of bickering with no spoilers again.
I think one of the more valuable things we can discuss from the first episode is the millenial douche alliance. Are they repeating their Caramoan predecessors, are they the new version of last season's Beauty girls, or are they going all the way? I'd like to share a post from unspoiled that I feel examines their role in a useful way. Are the Taylor/Jay/Figgy/Michelle group villains or protagonists in this initial phase of the game? How are they treated by the edit? Do people analyzing the edit have a negative bias against the attractive cool people?
Mboyle1988 said in unspoiled:
"Yeah I went back and looked at transcripts from Caramoan, and the edit doesn't go to nearly the lengths to bury Figgy/Taylor/Jay/Michelle as it did to bury the cool kids.
Eddie says "Me and hope are the two best looking people here." He is the one who says he's pretty, whereas in this season, Hannah is the one who says they are pretty. Big difference. Does not show arrogance.
Eddie also says "It's like the cool kids lunch table back in high school. Everyone wants to sit at the cool kids' lunch table, but you've got to work your way in. But I don't think anyone else is going to be at our table." Eddie clearly says his alliance is going to be a minority. There's nothing in this episode nearly as damning from Fig/Tay/Jay/Mich.
Laura tells us it was "not a smart move" for Reynold to cuddle with Allie and that couples get targeted.
Reynold also says he's "good" because he has an alliance of four.
Here, we do not get any damning quotes from anyone. They just say they love each other. They don't say anything bad about anyone else. Even Hannah/Mari say they don't want the pretty people to win. THey don't say the pretty people are playing bad games.
I really think everyone is over-reacting and making too many comparisons to Caramoan that aren't exactly warranted. Again I will rewatch. I very well might be missing something, but I at least wanted to bring up the differences from Caramoan."
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