Whenever you have any reality show that uses past contestants on a season, there is always one major issue that comes as a result — people can often figure out a gameplan ahead of time. Even if you don’t create pre-game alliances, spending a good bit of time at various show reunions can give you a good chance to know who you would work well with in a context of a game.
With that in mind, it’s not so much of a shock to hear recently-eliminated “Bachelor Pad” contestant Gia Allemand say that thanks to Kasey Kahl and Vienna Girardi living in an area concentrated with contestants, they were able to have an inside track when it came to doing well in this game:
“Yeah. I know Kasey [Kahl] and Vienna [Girardi] had a huge advantage beforehand living in LA and going to a lot of the Bachelor reunions.”
Thanks to this, Gia also claimed that neither she nor controversial friend Jake Pavelka really had much of a chance to succeed — not only did they not have the pre-game bonds, but they also had the baggage thanks to Jake’s time in the headlines.
Once you consider all the possibilities for what can happen before the game even starts, do you think shows featuring an “All-Star” cast are really fair in any way?