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'Big Brother:' Trust is flimsy and ephemeral

Julie Chen host on Big Brother
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Last night on “Big Brother” following a double eviction on Thursday, the house that seemed to be Frankie’s personal playground turned on him in the blink of an eye.

Can anyone remember a group of most impressionable people? One person says something, might be untrue or not, and everyone runs with it as though it is a fact written in stone, then someone else says something and that also becomes true. And them realizing that Frankie is a backstabber just now goes to show how superficial and clueless they all are, this was obvious from day one. Frankie’s demeanor has always been that of someone who wants to be everyone’s friend, hugging and kissing everyone that will let him…Said behavior alone is a red flag as to a person’s dishonesty and backstabbing nature as the basis of their character. Zack on the other hand is just loud and obnoxious, a kid in a grownup’s body, who antagonizes and talks down to people without any regard for their feelings; Caleb always has believed himself the leader of the house, but in truth he is going to be the butt of many jokes in weeks to come; Nicole is whinny and wants to exact revenge on those who had a hand in voting Hayden which by the way was everyone in the house; Kristine is living on borrowed time in the house and soon rather than later she will be voted out; Victoria she is still in the game because she is one who will be used as the rest of house sees fit, she poses no real threat in either challenges, or social game; Donny is also still around because he has saved himself time after time, but his time is running out.

And there is Cody and Derrick, the most intelligent and least annoying of all players who have so far appeared steadfast in their alliances, and not played so hard as to make others wonder about them, they go along with the majority, they conspire and somehow managed to remain in the background with no blood in their hands and no commitments that can come back to haunt them. Recaps, episodes, and information on this show can be found at www.cbs.com/bb

“Big Brother” runs on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT, Thursday at 9 p.m. EDT, and Sunday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.