Did anyone else see this coming? Big Brother fans sure did! In case you missed it, you can catch last week’s eviction episode on Global, but you have to ask yourself – is it ever safe to be a pawn?
You get put on the block as a pawn and you are sent home! Here’s our chat with Ramses Soto who was the latest houseguest to be evicted.
1. Was playing Big Brother everything you thought it would be?
It’s different from what I thought it would be. It’s definitely a dream come true but it’s not everything I thought it would be because it’s completely different from what I thought it would be in the first place.
2. How did you feel about being a pawn and getting evicted?
Well I’m irritated first of all because pawns go home and I got hashtag blindsided, which is not really what I wanted to happen. It just really sucks because I know what I should have done but there’s really no controlling to that. I could have made the moves to keep myself, but you know in that house it’s very hard to play hard or play kind of a solid game while trying to build trust, especially on the block, you don’t want to mess things up because that’s what can send you home.
3. Was there anyone you truly trusted in the house?
No, there really wasn’t one person that I truly trusted. Jason and Alex I would have had their backs but I don’t believe it would have been the same for me. This week, the only person I trust in that didn’t want me out were Jess and Cody. I knew that mark and Elena weren’t going to vote to evict me. But trust wise, I didn’t really trust anyone, I felt like I was alone.
4. You seem like a very compassionate person how did you deal with it when there was a lot of yelling and people are being very mean in the house?
I kind of loved it! I mean, it was hilarious! It’s Big Brother, there’s so much drama! I just want to savor all these yelling moments that I happen to not be apart. If there was other drama I’m just going to sit back, sip my tea and enjoy it because people are making targets of themselves and I’m not involved in it.
5. Is somebody recording every episode for you and will you go back and watch to see the things that we saw on TV that you might not of heard?
My mom and my brother better be recording these HD episodes so that I can binge watch the crap out of them when I get home.
“Big Brother” airs Sundays at 8 p.m., Wednesdays at 8 p.m., and Thursdays at 9 p.m., on Global.