Why aren't Natalie, Lydia & Kevin ballastic at Chima?

United States
August 21, 2009 2:13pm CST
Chima's meltdown totally screwed her teammates. So why aren't they pissed at her and not others? They began the week with even numbers compared to the other alliance. They might have lost one to eviction, but instead lost two. This group, with the exception of Kevin, are unrealistic and delusional. Witness the bawling, wine-drinking, mourning of Jessie after he was booted. Suddenly, he was god-like and benevolent, never having harmed anyone, said a cross word or spoken ill of anyone-ever! Thank god for the sanity of Kevin rolling his eyes while the estrogen and merlot-fueled tears flowed! The remaining alliance members don't seem to lay responsibility truly on Chima for her behavior that directly caused her expulsion. This was evidenced by Natalie rattling on about Michelle pushing Chima to this point by nominating her. Are they so passively loyal to her that they will perpetuate Chima's inability to be accountable and her habit of blaming others for her issues? And then Lydia has her own smaller alcohol-fueled version of the BB meltdown. Geez... Whadya'll think?
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@matersfish (6311)
• United States
21 Aug 09
It's very weird. They all seemed perfectly content to blame it on someone else. But I do understand why Lydia and Natalie were going insane over the loss of Jessie. They were both super-floaters, wholly reliant on his broad shoulders to carry them throughout the game. Neither could beat their way out of a wet paper bag. I totally expected more from Natalie. I thought she was this kung-fu champ or something. Lydia was already overheating, but during the HOH golf competition, she seriously lost it once Kevin was out. It was in that moment that she realized that she had no one to cling to. That was her game plan from day 1: hold onto anyone in prime position. Natalie seems the same way. Now that she's all alone we'll see what she's made of. As far as Chima goes, I just hope she doesn't become a reality star now. I don't wanna flip around one day and see her on talk shows or, even worse, with her own show!
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• United States
21 Aug 09
OMG I could not agree more about Chima... I seriously could not stand to watch her again. I just realized who she reminds me of - New York from VH1's train-wrecks, Flavor of Love & I love New York. Loud, hateful, inconsiderate, self-absorbed, and childish woman who gives women a bad name all the while claiming that "people just don't like that I am a strong woman." B-S! They just don't like those lovely qualities within you that I just listed! A strong woman may be a b*tch, but being a b*tch does NOT make you a strong woman. Then we have the coat-tail-riding lulu's on the other side of the spectrum, Lydia & Natalie. Pathetic... both have a lot of potential to be strong women, but lack the drive and confidence to follow through on it. Just sad representations of woman-hood. Of course, to see great women is not the reason I watch the show, it's for the drama of it all! So of course I will keep watching!
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@babyangie27 (5177)
• United States
21 Aug 09
They needed Chima in the house,Lydia and Nat both knew their time was closing in and without Chima who could actually win something,they were doomed. Howeve kevin was smart and knew better than to let the whole Jessie thing sway him,he knew how Jessie was. kevin is smart and if he doesn't get taken out this week,he could win the whole thing. I would love to see Jordan win it,but with Nat still in the game I am not so sure.
• United States
21 Aug 09
I see what you're saying, but even after Chima was gone, they've still acted like her little biatches blaming others. Good point about Kev... I think J/J don't really see him as a threat, but they are wrong.
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