“The Traitors” tonight.

newyddion

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That was brilliant from Kieran. Knew there was no way he could win and took Wilf with him. Thankfully Hannah and Aaron went for it. I bet Meryl still doesn't understand what happened even now!!

Great end to it all
It was Wilf who pushed Hannah over the edge freaking out and then giving ing her that ultimatum. Then there was enough doubt in Aaron’s mind. Meryl won the whole thing by just trusting everyone.. felt a bit like the three thickest ones won and it was only because Wilf bottled it at the end.
 

Marvanelli

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Why was it brilliant from Kieran?

Kieran just acted like a petulant little kid. Knew he couldn’t win it so made sure Wilf couldn’t neither.

Quite pathetic by him tbf.

Wilf played a fantastic game throughout. He was very unlucky to be stitched up.

Not sure those behind the scenes will be too happy. Surely in the rules they’ll have included that a traitor can’t ‘out’ another traitor.

Glad the faithfuls won in the end. But the way Wilf was sent to the wolves by Kieran was very harsh.

He reacted very gracefully too. Fair play to him.

Of all of them, Aaron deserved it. He constantly got pelters from Maddy and a few others but managed to stay until the end.
 

sambaDTR

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Why was it brilliant from Kieran?

Kieran just acted like a petulant little kid. Knew he couldn’t win it so made sure Wilf couldn’t neither.

Quite pathetic by him tbf.

Wilf played a fantastic game throughout. He was very unlucky to be stitched up.

Not sure those behind the scenes will be too happy. Surely in the rules they’ll have included that a traitor can’t ‘out’ another traitor.

Glad the faithfuls won in the end. But the way Wilf was sent to the wolves by Kieran was very harsh.

He reacted very gracefully too. Fair play to him.

Of all of them, Aaron deserved it. He constantly got pelters from Maddy and a few others but managed to stay until the end.
Wilf‘s fault. He should have stayed on his own and not picked Kieran to be another traitor so late in the game. Especially as Kieran didn’t want to be a traitor but had no choice. Wilf would have won. Anyway, great show, apart from the screaming! (y)
 

Boro4life

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Brilliant from Kieron but Hannah and Meryl still nearly blew it by almost trusting Wilf until the very, very end.

Wonder how close to the bone Kieron’s killer line was though, must be some rules in place to avoid people dropping others in it.
But then Wilf did call alyssa a traitor a few days in so they must be allowed free reign to say what they want
 

sherlock1969

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Wilf‘s fault. He should have stayed on his own and not picked Kieran to be another traitor so late in the game. Especially as Kieran didn’t want to be a traitor but had no choice. Wilf would have won. Anyway, great show, apart from the screaming! (y)
He wasn’t given a choice. He had to pick someone.
 

Rofesleg

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I don't think Will should have voted for Kieran. It was obvious how the other 3 would vote so he could have safely voted for Aaron which could have counteracted Kieran's treachery and probably thrown them off the scent.
 

Marvanelli

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Wilf‘s fault. He should have stayed on his own and not picked Kieran to be another traitor so late in the game. Especially as Kieran didn’t want to be a traitor but had no choice. Wilf would have won. Anyway, great show, apart from the screaming! (y)
But that was part of the game.
Wilf had to pick someone. He wasn’t given an option of staying on his own.

He should’ve picked Hannah or Aaron.

Kieran throwing Wilf under a bus like that wasn’t part of the game. It was just a shît trick.
 

Soutra

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But that was part of the game.
Wilf had to pick someone. He wasn’t given an option of staying on his own.

He should’ve picked Hannah or Aaron.

Kieran throwing Wilf under a bus like that wasn’t part of the game. It was just a shît trick.
He did have a choice. He could have stayed on his own, but clearly the end game is easier if there are two traitors.

If the three faithfuls at the end hadn't been the dimmest, one of them could have boosted their share by £17k by forcing another vote and banishing one more.

That didn't occur to them.
 

Gordy1000

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Why was it brilliant from Kieran?

Kieran just acted like a petulant little kid. Knew he couldn’t win it so made sure Wilf couldn’t neither.

Quite pathetic by him tbf.

Wilf played a fantastic game throughout. He was very unlucky to be stitched up.

Not sure those behind the scenes will be too happy. Surely in the rules they’ll have included that a traitor can’t ‘out’ another traitor.

Glad the faithfuls won in the end. But the way Wilf was sent to the wolves by Kieran was very harsh.

He reacted very gracefully too. Fair play to him.

Of all of them, Aaron deserved it. He constantly got pelters from Maddy and a few others but managed to stay until the end.

Did Wilf act gracefully at the end? He was very set on winning, had his plan and would have survived Kieran s all but naming him as a traitor, if he hadn't had come over so desperate and given Hannah an ultimatum. When the vote went against him. You could see wilfs reaction them his thoughts turned to Hannah is going to mullah me how am I going to get out of this. I know I'll say how glad I am.
Fair dos to Wilf, he was a great traitor and a very good actor and very untrustworthy.
Enjoyed the series. Looking forward to the next series.
I think fmttm,'s very own Nobby should apply to enter. I'm sure he has all the attributes to be successful on it.
 

Way_Out_West

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He did have a choice. He could have stayed on his own, but clearly the end game is easier if there are two traitors.

If the three faithfuls at the end hadn't been the dimmest, one of them could have boosted their share by £17k by forcing another vote and banishing one more.

That didn't occur to them.
No, he didn't have a choice. Well, he had the choice of which person, but it was that he must invite someone to be a traitor and if they didn't accept them kill them.

And yes, any of the 3 could have forced another vote but that would look well shifty as they'd not discussed, and would most likely lead to themselves being voted out. I wouldn't risk 33k to win another 17k on an at best 50/50 shot.
 

Soutra

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No he didn't have that choice.

He had to pick someone else to be a traitor. That was part of the game.
The choice Wilf had was to either murder someone or offer to make them a traitor. Wilf chose to make Keiran another traitor (no chance Keiran would have refused) but he was the wrong choice. He should have picked someone more malleable, like Meryl or Hannah.
 

Diego

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The choice Wilf had was to either murder someone or offer to make them a traitor. Wilf chose to make Keiran another traitor (no chance Keiran would have refused) but he was the wrong choice. He should have picked someone more malleable, like Meryl or Hannah.
He had the instruction to make someone a traitor, the person chosen then had to either accept or be murdered. Watch it back, you are wrong
 

Marvanelli

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The choice Wilf had was to either murder someone or offer to make them a traitor
Nope.

Wilf chose someone to be a traitor, if they refused, they'd be murdering them self and then Wilf would pick someone else again, until someone accepted becoming a traitor.

The final had to have 2 traitors in it. It had to. Otherwise the 'traitor' would never have a chance of winning.

His downfall was picking Kieran and not Hannah or Aaron IMO.
 

Marvanelli

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I think the exact same outcome would’ve happened if Wilf had picked Hannah or Aaron to be honest.
If he picked Aaron, then he was already a sitting duck and he would've almost certainly been banished by the group, leaving Wilf as the only traitor and winning.

I don't think Aaron would've done what Kieran did too and threw out cryptic messages and outted Wilf. He didn't seem that type of person/character.

Hopefully they do a 2nd series, however, they'll need to shake it up a bit and change a few things as we all know what can/needs to happen.

For example, we all know there will be at least 2 traitors in the final at any given moment, so in the next series, you'd have to be an idiot if you made the final and you were a faithful and chose to 'end the game' after only finding 1 traitor in the final.
 
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