Big Brother 12: Ragan Fox Interview| September 3, 2010 at 2:45 PM EDT
Hey there all you Big Brother fans! I caught up with Ragan today and talked to him about Rachel, Matt and being the Saboteur. Ragan’s been one of my fav’s this season because he is strategic and quite funny in the DR. Check it out!
Ashli Rae – If you had made it to the final 2, who would you want sitting next to you and why?
Ragan – I would have liked Britney sitting next to me because I think she was the toughest competitors in the house and I want to win against the strongest and not against the weakest.
AR – Were you happy when the cd you threw at otev bounced off and hit Enzo on the head? Lol
RF – I didn’t even know that it hit Enzo till the following day. I was totally embarrassed that I let my frustration get the best of me and I never intended for the CD to hit Enzo. I like Enzo.
AR – What’s the first thing you’re going to say to Rachel when you walk in the jury house?
RF – I’m going to say “Who got in a knife fight with that drag queen’s face.”
AR -You’re leaving the game with 20 grand for being the Saboteur, how do you feel knowing you outsmarted the other houseguests and they never even suspected it was you?
RF – The saboteur stuff was really difficult for me to do because a number of the people that were suspects are people that I care about including Matt and Kathy. I’m happy to have 20 thousand dollars but I hated what it might mean for my friends.
AR – Do you think Matt did the right thing with the diamond power of veto and can you still be friends with him after he threw you under the bus?
RF – No – absolutely not. Yes – but when I actually watch the episodes I suspect it will be more difficult for me to watch him throw me under the bus than for me to hear second hand that he threw me under the bus.
AR – What, if anything, was your flaw in the game; why are you sitting in the jury right now?
RF – My flaw was in being a player that those boys feared. I should not have competed as hard as I did. Especially in the endurance challenges and the quizzes and puzzles.
AR – You mentioned thinking you were going to backstab in the game, do you think it would have helped your further your game if you had stuck to that?
RF – No – I’m not happy that I got fifth, but fifth in a season like this means a lot. What got me as far as I got is that I was trustworthy and I wasn’t going to throw anyone under the bus. People recognized that in me. I truly believe that if I had made it to the final four I would have won because of those qualities.
AR – Do you think your students are fans of the show and will you share this with them next semester in class?
RF – This semester! What next semester? I start teaching Monday after the finale. I think my students are supportive of me in all of my creative endeavors. I don’t think I will show scenes of my season in class, but I hope that when I go into my large lecture Monday after the finale, they clap for me.
AR – What happened to the bow tie?
RF – I don’t wear bowties all the time in my daily life. I save them for special occasions. Look out for finale night!
Is anyone else looking forward to seeing what goes down between Rachel and Ragan when he gets to the jury house? I know I am.