I feel like I’ve been locked into that awful room in that movie, A Clockwork Orange. It was torture, pure torture! I watched the The Glass House on ABC, at 10pm on the east coast. I have to say this, none of what they aired was what we viewed on-line last week. We were asked many of the questions that did get answered, including Alex’s question about becoming the biggest asshole in the history of reality TV. That idiot is so out of his league, it was pathetic to watch. Other than that, the two mediums did NOT connect in any way, so what was the point?
For example, I watched the streams Wednesday & Thursday and they split into teams to play games quite a few times. They picked captains for these games and there was a different captain each time. If there is any consistency to this show, wouldn’t Jacob and Jeffrey be captains for the whole week? Every game they played, they picked different teams, such as, girls vs boys. These were always determined by viewers votes. Again, what is the point? I feel like it has become viewer participation OVERLOAD, especially after last night. Let me tell you about last night…..
Everyone is in the kitchen decorating cakes. There is frosting everywhere. It’s Ashley’s birthday and the contestants are making four different cakes to celebrate. Viewers get to vote on which one is the most beautiful. Look how hard it’s going to be to judge.
The cameraman has found Holly’s boobs and zeroed in on them. The “bikini” scenes during the show, was never seen on-line. In fact, they dress quite conservatively during the feeds.
The cake decorating takes up almost an hour and a half. During this time, the “voice” has us, “the viewers”, make choices for things for them to do. First choice, (now you have to say this in the voice’s voice) “Viewers will now vote whether they want to know what you were doing 5 years ago OR what you will be doing in 5 years? You will have their answer in a few moments.” She comes back and says, “Viewers want to know…. ( the suspense is unbearable)…. ‘What were you doing 5 years ago?”
Jeffrey was living in Harlem 5 years ago with a lazy bitch for a roommate, who wouldn’t even clean up after herself. She was the start of a long line of horrible roommates to come. But now he’s got a great boyfriend and is in a great place. Hearts & Doves! Viewers vote and think his story is “really good” from other choices of “not bad” and “lame”. Kevin, the cop, says he was exactly the same, but his daughter was only 10 then and he was a cop in Toledo, Ohio. He got a ‘really good’ too. Andrea, the Mormon, said she was knocked up with kid #3 and that was about it, apologizing to viewers. They gave her a “LAME” vote!
Hollywood had just move from Florida to Chicago and hooked up with his cousin. He did nothing but “party my face off cuz that’s what you do!” He got a ‘really good’. I think there should have been a ‘BULLSHIT’ choice. That brings me to Irish Mike. Remember him, the bunny killer? After hearing his story about where he was 5 years ago, I’m SURE he’s full of shit. It was a long, drawn out tale that’s not worth repeating. I just know now that he’s a wise-ass.
Poor, nerdy Stephanie, praying to God that someone will find anything she says interesting, tells a tale of romance. Her and her fiance take classes over the summer, during their vacation, while planning a fall wedding. Then he will transfer to Germany for his new job. He gets news that he must leave for Germany much sooner, so they have to change all of their plans and get married sooner. It became her “perfect summer”. The viewers ‘really liked” it, so she was relieved.