Big Brother 19 Paul’s Game Totally Bashed By One Of The Greatest Players Dr Will Kirby

Big Brother 19 Paul’s Game Totally Bashed By One Of The Greatest Players Dr Will Kirby

According to a new report from Global TV, one of Big Brother’s greatest players Dr. Will Kirby (above left) is being brought back on to moderate the jury debate for the current Big Brother season 19 houseguests. For those of you who don’t know, Dr. Will won season 2 of Big Brother way back in 2001.

He also played in “Big Brother season 7: All Stars” back in 2006 and came close to winning that season too. He made to the final four with his running mate Mike “Boogie” Malin who eventually won the show. Will was the best at using charisma and manipulation to work the house. He was also the only one to win the game without ever winning any competitions. He totally did it with his social game.

During their interview, he revealed how he plans to handle the jury members. He also talked about the mob mentality that went on this season. He bashed Paul Abrahamian’s (above right) game by saying he just uses fear and hacky shtick.

To kick off the interview, they asked him, “What keeps you coming back for more?” He replied with, “Imagine being a huge basketball fan. Watching your favorite team for the entire season and then during game seven of the NBA finals, sitting courtside to work as an assistant coach. Best seat in the house!”

After that, Will talked about what he wants to get the jury members to consider when casting their vote. He definitely doesn’t want them to vote based on knee-jerk reactions and their own personal bias.

Will stated, “It honestly doesn’t matter to me who they ultimately vote to win as long as they have truly explored their feelings and weighed their emotional connection to the remaining houseguests. No true fan wants to see a jury that just casts votes as knee-jerk reactions to their own personal bias and I’m at peace if they want to cast a vote just to hurt someone but I want them to take complete ownership of any decision that they ultimately make.”

Next, Will talked about the hurt that some of the houseguests experienced in the house and how he plans to get them to turn that pain into something more useful during the debate. He stated, “See, there is a surely significant backstory to the how each jury member became so angry and I wonder if it is because they were so hurt. So very hurt that they lashed out in anger! Maybe they just need a little time with Dr. Will to be able to communicate the true reason for their hurt and turn that pain into a more useful experience.”

Dr. Will was the master at throwing competitions and still making it to the end for the win. However, he revealed that it is a very advanced technique that shouldn’t be used by novice players especially if it hurts their game in the end. He was speaking reference to season 19’s houseguests throwing all these competitions to Paul like dummies.

Will stated, “Throwing competitions is just one tool in the arsenal of a skilled player. When used appropriately, it can obviously be a huge benefit but you wouldn’t want to rely solely on purposely losing. Moreover, houseguests that throw a competition resulting in a detriment to their personal game will feel foolish. It is an advanced technique that novice players should probably avoid.”

Will also talked about the mob mentality that houseguests Paul Abrahamian has encouraged his alliance to utilize. Will definitely doesn’t feel it’s ever a strategy he would use. He prefers to use humor, intelligence and charisma to work a house. The bullying route is brutish and uncivilized.

Will told them, “Nothing is off limits and if that strategy works then any houseguest is free to utilize it. Every single person in the house willingly signed up on their own volition. No one forced them to participate and they at any time could simply make a stance against bullying. My personal thoughts on bullying and intimidation as a strategy? It is brutish and uncivilized. I respond best to gameplay based on intelligence, humour and charisma.”

Apparently, there have been some reported comparisons between Dr. Will’s gameplay and Paul’s gameplay. Will definitely thinks their strategies are completely different. As different as night and day. Will uses much more finesse, humor and precision while Paul uses fear and hacky shtick.

Will stated, “There is a night and day difference. I incorporated intellectual finesse and tactical precision with a dash of humour while Paul utilizes fear and hacky shtick. That is like trying to compare Yoda to the lovechild of Jar Jar Binks and Kylo Ren.”

Lastly, Will revealed an idea he has that would make for a great Big Brother season. He thinks a children of United States Presidents would be good stating, “I’d say a theme that hasn’t been explored before that I’d like to see is to have a cast made up entirely of the children of U.S. presidents. Imagine Malia Obama backdooring Donald Trump Jr. while Chelsea Clinton cooks slop and the Bush twins chug the six beers they got for the week. That’s an Emmy just waiting to happen.”

Alright, so that was the entire Dr. Will Kirby interview that they reported on their website. Expect to see Dr. Will back in action for another jury roundtable discussion in the big finale episode that’s set to air next Wednesday night, September 20,2017 at 7 pm central standard time on CBS.

Additionally, tonight’s pre-taped episode is going to feature a special eviction followed up by the final four HOH competition. Then tomorrow night, September 14th, we’ll seeing another LIVE eviction episode which will narrow the group of houseguests down to just our final three!

If everything works out in Paul, Christmas and Josh’s favor, it looks like we’ll be seeing them in the final three. It’s definitely looking up for them. That’s for sure. Stay tuned. Also, be sure to follow us on our Big Brother Facebook page for more Big Brother news by Clicking Here.

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