I'd have watched this season of Big Brother Canada if the houseguests were at all interesting (I never had any interest in trying it before as the promos put me off). They gave such a poor impression, however, that even though the house itself is beautiful, elegant, and the whole theme reminds me of Clue, I'm still not prepared to put up with shallow, vapid people who think making extreme-lipsticked kissy-faces at the camera is going to make people like them. The only normal person among them is a fisherman from Newfoundland. I think Claire miscalculated in a rather major way. It's not only about the tribe's collective physical strength. It's about individuals who try, regardless of what they perceive as their own weaknesses. Some of the weakest people who gave a poor impression in the first episode went on to win the whole damn thing - because they tried. They didn't always succeed, but it was enough to make others look favorably on them for the social part of the game. People who try tend to gain respect. Claire did nothing to earn respect. She rode her tribe's collective coattails and they finally had enough. So it was a fair boot, in my view.