By Andrea Reiher
July 6, 2011 3:30 PM ET
"I do have a set strategy going into the house. I'm going to align myself with three girls, we're gonna call ourselves 'Keith's Angels.' Each of us are gonna have many alliances, so one girl's gonna have two people, I'm gonna align with two people, the other two girls are gonna be aligned with two people and in between the four of us, we're gonna pick off each week who we want to eliminate, so it's not about winning every single challenge, if we are able to manipulate every mini-alliance, we can get everybody out of the house.At the end of the day, why would I want to be standing next to a guy who is just as strong as I am? My goal is get all the guys out first and to be standing next to my girls. I can manipulate the girls into walking me right to the finish line, so I got a fool-proof strategy.One of the girls has to be somebody I'm definitely physically attracted to. I want to be able to have the showmances and still be able to play the game without sacrificing myself. The other ones, they just have to have energy, they have to be persuasive, they have to be manipulative ... They definitely gonna have to be trustworthy and once I tell them the fool-proof strategy, I'm sure they'll be in. Definitely want to have an older, more wise, somebody I can trust, somebody who's married so I don't have to worry about them getting jealous because of a showmance or them trying to hook up with somebody else."
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So on one hand he can maniulate these "girls" into walking him right to the end - on the other hand they will be persuasive, wise, trustworthy...all while implementing a strategy he saw work last season...
I'm going to say first voted out for overplaying his hand...