I was thinking that it seems like most of these contestants are not really interested in losing the weight. It seems like they’re more interested in playing “the game” and winning the money. This is the first season I can remember the contestants talking about “the game” so much.
Yet when I compared this season’s Week 11 numbers with last season, I found that while John would still have a comfortable lead over this season’s contestants, Buddy, Kim, Mark, Jeremy, and Emily would be beating the remainder of last season’s contestants as of week 11. Chris, Kimmy, Conda, and Megan would be bringing up the rear.
One of the girls (Chris?) made a comment that she never tries to lose weight while on vacation. Then Conda made a comment about never trying to lose weight ever and laughed hysterically at her witty comment. But Conda’s numbers and her behavior at the immunity challenge show that she’s playing the “game” really hard rather than trying to lose weight. After 12 weeks, she still hasn’t learned anything about why she’s at the ranch.
I was disappointed that Mark let Jeremy and Conda use him in the challenge. He should have just stopped getting leis and let them do the work themselves. I also heard Mark make the comment that “America’s right, you’re horrible people” or something like that. It made me curious – how would he know how viewers feel about Conda? I was glad that Mark went and talked to Kim. Mark was one of the ones who was playing “the game” so I wonder why he had such a change of heart. It was nice to see.
I have to agree with nap_time about Kim. I liked her, then I didn’t, now I like her again. I have to give her credit, she’s been busting her butt trying to lose weight and she speaks her mind. I loved that Kim threw it in their faces at elimination when she said that strategically Megan would be a better person to vote out. I hope they all squirmed. I was also hoping that Conda would gain weight. I wanted to see her go. She and Megan have been in the bottom two for the last 5 weeks now.
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