Cemirror wrote: »
@simgirl1010 @babjayne My point, though, isn't about if the story is good, it's just that the judges have never been clear about what kind of story they're looking for. Just because something doesn't have a climax doesn't mean you can't enjoy it. But, for instance, while Team Llama's story doesn't really have a climax, the judges were perfectly happy with it, but - if I remember correctly - they criticized someone else's story in the first episode for not having a climax.
When there's such a lack of objectivity, it makes the judging very unsatisfying, almost untrustworthy. Just because I might like a story does not make it better than another one. Judging requires some criteria, and I think we should have known what that criteria was.
SelinaKyles wrote: »
Turned on the channel when(don’t click if you care about spoilers and haven’t watched yet)
English Simmer was being brought back because a team member left?
Can someone who watched it from the beginning tell me only if (don’t click if you care about spoilers and haven’t watched yet)
She was forced to leave or left in her own accord? No details as to why for either please[/spoilers]
musteni wrote: »
@LiELF They've normally done two challenges per episode. One that grants a team an advantage and a second that eliminates a team. In this episodes they only did one challenge, it took a lot of time because the team members split to compete against each other. So the elimination challenge got pushed to the next episode. Same amount of challenges basically, but longer time.
Simbastien wrote: »
I found the "create a clothing line" challenge odd considering there isn't much customization as far as clothes go without create-a-style