Ollie, oh Ollie. I’m not sure what kind of legacy the Son of a Preacher Man will leave on Big Brother, but it probably won’t be positive. And, you know what, that’s unfortunate. Under a different set of circumstances, Ollie might have been a fan favorite. We never got to see the real Ollie, or at least a laid back, stress-free Ollie. He was either being April’s lap dog, or scrapping for his Big Brother life. If April hadn’t been in the Big Brother house, Ollie likely would have been portrayed and viewed by the audience in a wildly different manner. Oh, well. Ollie was the second houseguest voted out of the house last night. Today, we conducted an e-mail interview with him. Below you will find Ollie’s full unedited answers.
How would you assess the way you played the game, looking back?
Looking back I played the game just the way I planned. I planned to play the game by not making many enemies and controlling the vote aspect of the game. I wish I could have won a few competitions. But hey, it is what it is.
What’s the first thing you’re going to say to April in the sequester house?
The first thing I’ll say to April is, “What’s your answer?”
What would you have done differently in the house, if you had to do it again?
I wouldn’t change anything if I had to do it again.
Though I’m sure you’re very happy with how it all ended up, do you think your relationship with April hindered your game play? Why or why not?
I don’t think my relationship with April hindered my game at all. If anything, our relationship hindered her game.
Going into that infamous PoV challenge, did you have any idea what was going to happen? Did you think it was a possibility?
I honestly knew that Dan was up to something. He called me in the room prior to the meeting and forced me to say Renny’s name. If I had said another name, he would have put me up. Even though I knew, I couldn’t do anything about it.
If Dan makes it to the final two, do you think you can fairly evaluate him based on game play and not emotion?
Of course I can fairly evaluate Dan’s game play IF he were to make it to the final two. I pulled the same scheme on him the first week and I don’t take the move personal.
What does the future hold for you?
Regarding the future for me, the sky is the limit. Whatever I do, I want April to be a part of it.
-Oscar Dahl, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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