Big Brother 15 is all over and now that the houseguests are back to real life, they are getting to see America’s reaction to their disgusting behavior in the house and how their racism has damaged their lives back home.
A lot of the houseguests are being admonished by their employers and Andy continues to say that he didn’t do anything wrong, he just didn’t step up. The College of DuPage has said that Andy no longer works for them, but he says what they mean is that he works semester by semester so technically he is not working right now; it doesn’t mean that he is fired. So, Andy is free right now and plans to head to Paris with his winnings. Don’t trip and fall into the Seine, Andy.
With GinaMarie there is no doubt that in fact she has been fired from East Coast USA Pageant but she has $50,000.00 to console herself since she came in second place. Ginamarie says that anything she said in the house she apologizes from the bottom of heart but blames it on being a New Yorker. What?? Aaryn blamed her overt racism on being Texan and now we learn that New York City and Texas have more in common than we knew.
Regarding being fired, GinaMarie says that it is a “stab in the heart“. Boo Hoo! The Pageant actually said that they are happy that they got to see GinaMarie for who she really is and they would never want her to be a role model for the contestants. GinaMarie is now surprised that the Pageant did not have her back because all she wants to be a good role model. Is she kidding? How can using the N-Word, other racial slurs, and ridicule people afflicted with Autism and be a positive influence? It has got so bad for GinaMarie that even her parents are upset at her and told her that they did not raise her to be a racist. GinaMarie’s whole life is in fact falling apart, Nick is actually moving to California, the showmance is over.
And what about Amanda? OMG! I often cringed when she was on camera. Even worse, I watched the feeds and some of her behavior was so ugly that even to mention it here would be unlawful.
Truthfully, if there are no consequences for showing one’s nastiest self on national TV for weeks, then behavior and character have ceased to matter. Let’s hope that this is not the case. Let’s not forgive people like Amanda, Aaryn, GinaMarie, and Spencer – and let’s hope CBS does a better job representing Americans in their selection process on Big Brother 16. Tell us what you think in the comments below.