Celebrity Big Brother 3 – Flip Flop House
Good evening, everyone!
First off, congrats to fans of the LA Rams. I guess the Rams had to take advantage of the time they didn’t have to go against Belichick. 🙂
Alright, as you may not have realized (sarcasm, obviously), I haven’t been around too much this season. I know, hold your shock. I’m not going to make any excuses other than I’ve kind of forgotten to blog. I know it sounds weird but I am a creature of habit and it’s just not part of my routine to go out in the freezing cold and then come in and blog Big Brother. It’s been a summer show for 2 decades and even though this is the third season of celebrity BB, it still throws me off.
On the bright side, I am learning a lot. Not about the show but just how easy it is to miss quite a bit of information if you’re not completely tuned into the feeds all day like I am all summer. Why is this a good thing? Because it’s going to just make me more aware of how quickly people can get lost, so I’m going to be able to do a better job in the summer with more detailed recaps and general information to look up (ie, cliffnotes version).
Anyway, Carson won the endurance competition as you already know by now. He was going to go after Miesha with Todd as his pawn, but Todrick was really having none of that and pulled some serious Jedi mind tricks on Carson and Cynthia. Miesha went from being in severe danger to pretty much safe with Shanna as the house target all in about 12 hours. That is some really surprising gameplay that I never really thought the celebs had in them. Shit, half the summer cast each year are absolutely terrible at the game but many of these guys came to play.
I guess that magazine I read when I was 9 years old once really didn’t lie – Stars, they’re just like us.
This first season of this version was absolute garbage. I was really surprised when they had a second season which I also expected to be a dumpster fire, but actually turned out to be pretty entertaining. And the show just seems to be getting stronger as the years go on. So, good job on the casting department. Sure, most of the players are barely considered celebrity, but I think that’s more of a positive than negative at this point. The more forgotten they are, the more it seems like they’re willing to just play the game.