The guy is truly out of his element. The other players seem to obstracize him, in spite of the fact that he cooks for them and cleans after their mess.
He really is out of his element, wasn't it the first night that someone ( James?) called George " a minnow in a tank of sharks"
It is also a very different game than the first time he was in the house. His season they didn't vote each other out, the public did it. I don't think there were aliances and deals.
This is AllStars and in my opinion the contestants should be game players, not nice guys who don't understand how the game is played.
I think what makes me so uncomfortable about George is that he is so awkward. I've seen people try to make conversation with him, try to draw him into their group, and he just won't ( or can't) socialize with the group very well. They do try to play with him.
The edit definately makes him seen like he isn't there, that he's being ignored, that no one ever tries to engage him, but they have tried some. And he did get some props for winning the veto.
Yes, James nominated him because he was an easy pick off, but also because he could be a vote against them. If you eliminate the peeps that could vote against you, pretty soon you control the votes. And George is dangerous in that no one knows what he will do.
To me is is just a big goof, he isn't a player and reminds me of Barney Rubble. I want to watch real players, not poor George pouting.
On the otherhand, I thought his Veto speech was lovely and heartfelt. I am sure he is a nice guy, but I'm done looking and listening to him.
I do get that people feel sorry for him, he is getting a very sympathetic edit, but if he is in the house he is fair game, just like the rest.