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Tuesday, September 30, 2003

Lori confirms that engagement was a hoax; San Diego may have eighth roommate; Gauntlet premiered last night

Yes, it was yet another hoax... Lori (Back to New York) officially announced today that she was not engaged. This comes off our announcement on Friday, that our suspicion was most likely, this was a hoax. The announcement came off the registry on The Wedding Channel. However, it is very easy to falsify registries, and therefore the validity of their engagement was in question. Again, this isn't the first time for something like this nature to happen. Unfortunately, there are some people out there who have nothing better to do than to concut these elaborate stories. Anyway, good luck to Lori and Kyle (Chicago)!.

A great site to note: Real World San Diego is made by San Diego residents who have pictures, names, ages, and lots of information about the new cast in San Diego. So what's the latest word? There's an eighth roommate in the house.

And yes, the Gauntlet premiered last night to much anticipation. Both Sarah (Campus Crawl) and David (New Orleans) were sent to The Gauntlet last night. (I'll keep mum on who won for those of you who are waiting on reruns... If you don't want to know more, don't read.) Elka (Boston) took the $10,000 for the first mission. And now a word on strategy: Yes, it's different. For the past two seasons, there's been a point system that at least one team follows. But with the point system out the door, the question of who to send to the Gauntlet is a huge question. However, I see the game turning to alliances. The whole point of the game is to stay to the end. You can try to win missions, but as long your team is working hard, you really don't have to make a huge effort. The missions aren't really important to the game, unless people are judging you on performances. If you have an alliance of seven, there is no way that you can really be sent home. And the pressure to trust your fellow alliance members is easy, because ultimately in the end, not everyone is going home. (That simple fact may make this game boring.) Even smaller alliances are beneficial as well. I think Matt (New Orleans) put it well when he said that this game is extremely political. Because all you have to do is sway the group... So, count on loud, popular castmembers to make it to the end.

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