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But if you then once again eliminate pairs that had one of those people with someone else, two-beam week 3 has only one possible match: Tyler-Nicole.Every other possible match has been ruled out, making that week's results impossible and disproving the initial assumption that Keith and Alexis were a match.“She’s looking for love in any sort of form, but unfortunately – she just can’t fucking help saying something ridiculous when she is under pressure.The things where if your friend was saying it you’d just look at them and say: ‘stop, while you’re not even ahead, but stop digging’, but in the one hour it’s about the people she meets.: The Getaway Challenge this week is a gumbo making challenge (each housemate only using one hand). The winners are Keith and Alexis (inferred no match) and Clinton and Geles (18.5%). : Bananas are flying and Clinton has to carry Didi away.Probably the most constructive challenge they've had so far! : Diandra also thinking she and Malcolm have a shot... Tyler has the right insight - that the no match couples are preventing people from meeting each other. shout-out to David K93 for the explanation last week on why they're not a match: Keith and Alexis sat together in ceremonies 1, 2, and 5; if they're a match, they were the only match in one-beam weeks 2 and 5.Then, eliminate any pairing that had someone from one of those couples with someone else.As a result, three-beam week 4 is left with exactly three couples: Anthony-Keyana, Malcolm-Alivia, and Michael-Geles.
“I think it’s important to write about something that you know about or have come into close contact with.
Read the Episode 1 post if you want to know how this works.
Halfway through, this season's house has the most possibilities remaining... : Keith and Alexis escaped all the commotion by heading off to the boom boom room.
“I like to keep the two separate – I write as Evans but perform as Emmott”.
She’s a Salford graduate in arts from classical theatre to performance of gender and sexuality; her mother shipped her off to dance classes and acting classes age 6 “and I loved it and it all grew from there; I loved reading plays and books.” The gender and sexuality aspects of her course leapt out at her: “it really struck me and I think pretty much everything I’ve ever written has been around that – it’s fascinating because we just live it and we don’t ever even discover what is going on in our own heads.