Saturday, September 9, 2017

Why Kevin Doesn't Deserve to Win America's Favorite Player



It's clear to me right now that America is divided between choosing either Cody or Kevin for America's Favorite Player. Though I am actually a big fan of Kevin, I've made it quite clear that I would rather see Cody win the award.

But perhaps a more interesting question to ask than "why should Cody win America's Favorite Player" is "why should Kevin lose?" I think I know why most people, including myself, have a soft spot for Kevin. He's genuine, witty, kindhearted, endearing, and memorable.

That said, I'd argue that there are still a number of reasons why Kevin doesn't deserve your vote. Let's talk about a few below...


Thursday, September 7, 2017

This is Why You Don't Like the Cult of Paul


Previously....on BIIIIIG PAUL!

In the past few days I've gone over why Big Brother 19 is hard to watch, and why, as a result, I think Cody should win America's Favorite Player. In this article I'm going to do something similar, but with a twist.

First, I'm going to delve into why each of the remaining houseguests are either unlikable or likable. I've also cooked up a list of character traits that I think defines each of these people, from the manipulative Paul to the gullible Jason.

Lastly, for each houseguest I've boiled all of this down to a number ranging from one to ten. A "one" means this person is less likable than Frankie Grande; a "ten" means this person is the second coming of Dan Gheesling (or whoever you really like in Big Brother's history).

My intention isn't to anger fans of Paul or his followers; I simply wish to put in written word something that captures why the Cult of Paul is despised by so many.

That said, let's do this.