Big Brother refers to the George Orwell book titled 1984, in which government knows everything about you and what you happen to be up to. The concept made its leap to the television airwaves when a Dutch producer came up with the idea of putting a group of people into a house devoid of any outside social influences. The house, however, is not devoid of influences. Cameras are everywhere and the shows producers are always at the ready to jump on their hp printer and inject a little controversy to make their "rats" jump. The formula appears to work for television, as the concept is now used in many countries, with slightly differing twists according to those countries social norms.
Slanting slightly toward the American version it is interesting to see how the social outcomes of introduced tasks and contrived stimulus give us a winner (winners are determined by people casting votes; either from players in the house/jury or by call in or text votes from outside the house.) In the American Big Brother house the race is down to two people; a real jerk of a bar manager and his estranged daughter (not a saint), a situation that producers have got to love.Hollywood always says that there has to be a happy ending to make a movie successful. Well, in this movie of a TV show there doesn’t seem to be a happy ending in the mix. Daniele, the estranged daughter, does appear to be a nice enough person. The problem is, however, to get to this place in the game the weak deer are nowhere to be found She’s a snaky B****. Having a decent person win the game is just counter intuitive to American culture. American society is based on natural selection in its voting practices, but to have a father destroy his daughter? Now that’s good American television (sarcasm).
Since there is a review show coming up and then the finale maybe the producers have a chance to capitalize on this particular situation. Yup, that’s right, let’s fire up that old hp printer one last time and inject a competition that will get America really interested. This past week they had a water torture competition that lasted over seven hours. The question is, how can the producers top water torture for the finale? With big brother in charge it needs to be something big. It needs to be something bigger then water torture (sarcasm.) Now that would be good American television and Orwell would be proud.
This Article is written by John C Arkin.
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