For it or against it?
Does it wreck the integrity of the game by forcing alliances?
Does it strengthen the gameplay due to an inherent numbers thing?
I can see both sides, obviously, as noted above. I didn't steal those sentences from anywhere.
Yet I can't help but wonder "why?" and "how long?".
How are the producers hoping to make up for the deficit of participants as it correlates to the amount of time the show will be airing? At a normal pace, evicting one couple a week, this show would be done in 6 weeks. There's still 8 more weeks to go. (AND we've already got an accelerated 1st eviction.)
Presuming that the producers knew that the couples twist wouldn't be able to last the projected 14 week run... Why did they decide to go ahead with it? Do we have to look forward to another "vote someone back in" twist? Are the remaining HGs gonna get "divorced" in a couple weeks?
What are some of your thoughts?