This is the moment where I wish I didn’t close down my PBB blog because things are getting hot inside the house. If you’re not watching, I won’t recommend that you watch unless you’re really curious or you want to be stressed all because of Wendy.
Don’t we all just love Wendy?
Yes, I’m being sarcastic there.
Being best friends with a psychologist allowed me to acquire some behavior analyzing stuff from her, and I bet the
things happening inside the house entire (Pinoy) Big Brother thing is a psychologist’s dream, you know? And even if I don’t have a degree in the said field, it’s so fun to speculate, to write, to talk and sometimes make fun of the people inside.
So anyway, for those who don’t know, the latest thing they’re showing on Primetime right now is the big Wendy vs. Gee-Ann and Bea fight. They had a face to face nomination two weeks ago, and Gee-Ann gave Wendy 1 point during the nomination because she had the advantage of being outside already (which is true). Wendy said it was okay, but during this survey Kuya made, Wendy (and her minion, Bruce) voted for Gee-Ann as the one who is being plastic and one who doesn’t deserve to win. Of course, being inside the game, Kuya played the audio of the voting and eventually the video. Gee-Ann, hurt, exploded to Kuya, with the oh-so-memorable line, “She’s playing God!” And then Kuya called for a mock nomination, where they had to vote three people who they think do not deserve to win. Gee-Ann and Bea voted for both Wendy and Bruce, and Wendy got hurt.
Okay, before anything else, I want to say that Gee-Ann has been my personal favorite ever since the season started, and I really never liked Wendy even before, so there may be a bit of bias on what I’m writing here.
Well, I understand both sides, sort of, but it’s the reactions that are hilarious. Or the lack of, on the side of Gee and Bea. Wendy just kept on talking and talking and talking and talking and talking. As in talking and talking against the two to all the other housemates in a really bad palengkera way, to provoke them, but they just don’t react.Â Hmmm…Maricris, is this you?
Now being a nonconfrontational person myself, I’d probably go down the road Gee-Ann and Bea took and not say a word until time comes when I can see that it’s easier to do it, rather than clash. But if I were a maldita and I chose to pick a fight, I probably would’ve slapped Wendy so hard on the face, that she won’t be able to talk anymore. Yes, I’ll also do that to Bruce, since he’s not thinking AT ALL. As I mentioned earlier, I never really liked Wendy even before. I always thought she focused too much on her poverty, which is why she kept on voting for Gee-Ann. I personally think she is insecure of the latter’s status in life and she wants the same thing. I think Gee-Ann, on the other hand, admires Wendy’s strength, that’s why she kept on calling her “Ate”, out of respect and admiration (and maybe a bit of intimidation too).
As for the issue of being real…how does one define what being real is? I know some people who really do not get provoked or do not react when someone annoys them (heck, I’m one of them), and I know for sure I’m being real. I know someone who gets angry immediately, and that’s not being plastic. Choosing not to say anything in the heat of the moment is not equivalent to being plastic, my dear. Telling someone it’s okay but then talking to someone else behind his/her back that it’s not okay and you still bear a grudge is. Why does Wendy insist that they’re not being real because they’re not reacting to her in the way she wanted to? How narrow minded can you get?Â
And BRUCE! I liked you at first but ever since you “fell in love“ (yes, I am stressing the quotes), your world revolved around Wendy. Wendy, Wendy, Wendy! One word from her and you follow her, just like the princess you treat her to be. Only you’re not his prince, but a servant. Be a man, Bruce! Don’t be afraid of going against her if you think she’s wrong — just because you’re “in love” doesn’t mean you have to lose your opinion to her and you two think as one.
I also kind of wish that Bea and Gee-Ann would react somehow, just like how Maricris and Bea shouted at each other. You know, just to makeÂ things interesting, all in the name of good TV.
Hay, I could rant and rant and rant and rant about Wendy (and Bruce), but I don’t want to, since this is just a TV show. An effective TV show, if I might add, since it can get a lot of reactions from the people around. Does it stress you too?
Oh, and Kuya’s conclusion at the end of Primetime today rocks! About how they all failed the test of friendship (which is right; why let a simple nomination go between your friendship when you clearly know this is a game?), and how Bruce got scolded by Kuya about his world revolving around Wendy (This is a winner!). Kudos to Kuya!
I don’t have a Big 4 yet, except I know for sure that Gee-Ann and Bea will be inside. Mickey, most probably. If people want more action, get Wendy inside, but I’d really prefer not to have her there. Please, enough is enough!
One week to go before the Big Night! Gee Ann for the win!