Rags2Richez, The essence of the BB program is wonderful, and I think the way it's designed is brilliant. The emotions, mixture of hard/good times we face in real life throughout our life span, are simulated in just 100 days through the tasks. Whoever thought of it must be well experienced and have good intelligence on Human behaviours. 1 hour regular show, plus 1hr morning-midnight masala is nothing. In UK where this program is originated from, there are 24 hours live feed, one could connect anytime and see what the inmates are doing at any point of time. I don't really understand your logic in mocking us for watching the show, to correct Vijay TV's mistakes by that. As far as I have interacted, the girls are watching the show for right reasons, or at least not for a harmful reason. We share your anger on Vijay tv for using cheap techniques to raise trp, and the internet trollers who personally attack the contestants using abusive language. We all have said that in this same thread many times. In this case, I don't think you will succeed conveying your message here, this is wrong crowd. But I would suggest you to write open letter to Vijay tv, or open an YouTube channel to tell your views. In that case you will be heard by larger audiences, and Vijay TV might also will get to know that there are so many BB haters and at least try to avoid using cheap techniques like using the pain of orphan kids to raise their trp. Good Luck. Following lines might be boring to you, you can safely skip them.. That said, I will continue watching the program this season, and how many more seasons to come, and as long as I get like-minded audiences I will continue discussing with them. I am not exaggerating when I say this program and the contestants have improved me and my way of thinking. There was a time I used to attribute one's way of dressing directly to their character. But I understood how stupid it is and BB mostly is the reason. If I haven't seen Mumtaz or Namitha in the show, they would have always remain in my mind as item dancers. But beyond their role in movies, we get to see how sensitive they are, and how difficult it is for them to survive with this image. Another big lesson I have learned is not to give up no matter how down and low your life can go. Aarav was the most hated contestant when Oviya left the house. He could have easily given up thinking there is no point in playing any more. But he played patiently and focused on the game. if he had given up and came out, he would always remain in people's mind as a cheater, but he went on to win the title, people started to see his positive qualities and what happened with Oviya may not be entirely his fault. Believe it or not, I am following it(not giving up) in real life and continue to learn lessons from contestants like him. We do read lots of positive quotes, Good-morning forwards highlighting this same thing, but how long do those remain in our mind? But lessons learnt through watching someone's life, will stay in our mind forever. Not just positives, even negatives too. Initially we all questioned Julie alone for not standing up for Bharani. But later in the show we started asking, even the body-builders like Ganesh, Aarav didn't take any step to stop Bharani when he climbed the wall. Hearing their reasons for that made us realise we all have a Julie in us, but expect others to be the most perfect of the perfects. This season's contestants are not that great compared to BB1, but still we continue to learn lessons. And still the character changes continues to surprise us - there is no denying that. Sorry for this long post R2R, but as you (and some others) continuously mock us for harmlessly discussing the programs we like, I could't stop from saying this.