Sorry die hard Orwell fans i mean the television program.
You know, the one where lots of wannabe's volunteer to be locked in a small house and compete in an often superficial peacock display in the hopes of persuading the audience they are the funnest/nicest/most deserving/sexiest/most exciting (etc drivel).
Honestly i watched the first with great interest, the second with waning interest and now i can not stand the media circus freak show it has become.
But one thing i am interested in is the relationship between big brother and the contestants, the power to psychologically lab test these individuals and their reactions to this and each other. It is sometimes cruel but i had a thought today that it is an exceptional way to lab test humans legally.
I came upon this article... http://tv.uk.msn.com/news/ryan-molon...inter-wonder-2
But what interested me was this part...
"Meanwhile, the celebrities have been set their weekly shopping task, which sees jockey Frankie Dettori cast as a tyrannical dictator who must enforce the strict rules of his regime - including banning all hair products - on the other housemates in order to pass and win food for the group.
Frankie chose Ryan and Razor Ruddock to be his bodyguards, and they must guard him at all times in his luxurious Golden Palace, in the house gym, and carry him round the house in a special pod.
All other housemates must change into basic civilian clothes and spend their time in the main house and garden, sticking to the rules and obeying the dictator's orders. If they disobey they will be sent to an outdoor jail in the garden.
However, one housemate will be called to the Diary Room and told that they must lead a revolution in order for everyone to pass the task.
Another twist in the task will see Frankie's secret conversations with Big Brother about the other housemates broadcast to them, without his knowledge."
What a fantastic experiment to conduct, i am now intrigued as to the outcome of this.