Posted by sean on May 25, 2006 at 5:01 pm in Big Brother with No Comments


I have been watching Big Brother, even though I haven’t made a blog entry since the start of the series. This mainly being because the housemates trapped in the giant goldfish bowl haven’t done much!

Last night’s episode was a little distressing. Over the past few days the housemates have all been grouping together against Shabaz, a Scottish Gay Muslim, who hasn’t worked for 21 years.

Anyway, as with every series of Big Brother there is teasing, bitching and fights, but the behaviour from the housemates in last nights episode was nothing short of cruelty. They locked him in the garden where they then ridiculed and taunted him from behind closed doors. It is no surprise that a devastated Shabaz left soon afterwards, driven out of the show by thoughtless morons.

Now I admit, Shabaz hasn’t been a saint. In fact he has been a Grade ‘A’ Wanker who had treated most of the housemates like shit, but it was still very unnerving to watch a human being being put through such torment in front of millions of viewers.

I occasionally vote for who I want to win the series or get evicted. After last night they’re all as bad as each other in my eyes and all deserve to lose. I am not funding their prize money by ringing the premium rate hotline to take part in the voting process.

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