Every night is the last night. Every time is the last time. There’s nothing destined about this. If circumstances aren’t tearing them apart, then it’s they themselves, who are running or distracted and yet… life keeps throwing them back together. They’ve been taught to look down upon what each other are. They aren’t each other’s constants; they are each other’s exeptions. They never expected to have the place they do in each other’s lives. It’s a choice.
Immediately finds herself in multiple alliances due to her motherly, personable nature, but is booted into jury once her core alliance has to eat itself.
Tries playing the house way too obviously and finds himself backdoored and booted pre-jury.
Unexpected comp queen. Sees through people’s bullshit and calls it out, which makes everyone nervous and puts her on the block. It takes about 3 quarters of the season for her to be evicted because she keeps winning comps.
Joins a bro alliance but everyone knows he’s the rat of the group. If the alliance goes far, he’ll go far, but becomes everybody’s target after betraying so many people.
Floats between multiple alliances, and is often a swing vote. Not a strategic mastermind, but entertaining as hell. She gets far by dropping bombs on people’s games to get the target off of her, but is eliminated in the jury phase once everyone loses trust in her and stops telling her their secrets.
Kelly and Ryan
Brought in by a production twist in which two people know each other outside the game. Both of them get far, but Kelly votes him out in the jury phase, costing her his vote in the final two.
Forms the bro alliance and makes it far but doesn’t win. Pre-game fave, flops when he says some problematic shit that the tag hates but production never airs. Wins AFP.
Joins the bro alliance, but doesn’t really do much but ride coattails. Has one semi-entertaining fight with Wendy, but is ultimately forgettable and is first member of the jury.
Winner. Definite Production favorite and way too friendly with bro alliance, which bothers the tag a bit, but then again there are worse winners out there. Beats Kelly by dominating the jury speech and by not pissing off too many people.