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The Recent Punishments Explained
Fans have become confused over the recent punishments, some
believing that there's a big punishment or eviction twist
to come, because of something they read online or heard on
the C4 highlights show. However, we can now set the record
In the early hours of Sunday morning, after the argument
over a packet of cigarettes stashed by non-smoker Marcus,
Sophie felt guilty for causing the friction that ensued. So,
she said no less than five times that she wanted to be put
up for eviction by her peers, thereby breaking the rules.
Bea subsequently discussed nominations too, thereby breaking
the rules and riling Big Brother.
Then, on Sunday, Freddie, Marcus and Siavash failed to get
up when the alarm went off, and (Siavash) silenced Big Brother
by switching the speaker off in the Diary Room. But having
been sent to prison later in the day for being naughty and
wilfully breaking the rules, they broke-out after deciding
that it was too hot to sit in jail.
So, the entity reprimanded them for their escape and said
that it didn't appreciate their bad language. Freddie hit
back, however, telling Big Brother that it doesn't respect
them, and treats them like kids.
Nevertheless, the omnipresent power subsequently took away
the group's luxury food and replaced it with basic rations,
after gathering everyone together and telling them: "As
housemates are continuing to disregard the Big Brother rules,
all housemates will be punished".
By yesterday afternoon (Monday), however, the entity had
obviously been stewing over all the disrespectful behaviour,
and having not really punished Sophie, Bea or anyone else
who'd discussed nominations recently, decided that the housemates
would face more consequences for their recent rule-breaks.
So, having already confiscated the group's fodder the day
before, Big Bro permitted everyone to discuss nominations
shortly before the Tenth Round got going. From that moment
on, and until further notice, they were be permitted to openly
discuss nominations with each other, be it who they nominated
historically, or who they intended to nominate in the future.
We're not entirely sure what the entity was thinking about
when it imposed this punishment-slash-consequence though?
Perhaps the producers thought that Bea that would get the
blame for causing all the friction the other night (i.e. it
would be a proper punishment), or more likely, they were getting
their own back on Marcus for his highly rude and disrespectful
behaviour towards the people behind the voice of Big Brother.
In other words, the producers banked on him asking his peers
to nominate him, and seeing as they already
know that he's not popular with the public, saw it as
a chance to get him out-of their hair.
Anyway, on the matter of whether there are any further punishments
or twists to come in relation to the rule-beaks up to and
including those perpetuated on Monday, Channel 4 have clarified
that Big Brother has taken the above action, so basically
that's it for now.
Still, the noms thing is a strange 'punishment', eh?
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