'The Glass House' finale: Kevin Braun, Erica Russell or Andrea Clark, who won the prize?
The final three ends up being Andrea Clark, Erica Russell and Kevin Braun. After a rather weird live finale with speeches, the viewers choose to give the $250,000 to Kevin. Did the right person win? Was it a satisfying ending?
Let's see how we got there ...
The major drama in the house is that Erica likes Kevin and had no idea about his special lady friend at home (until Jeffrey tells her). And while he insists to Andrea and Mike that he doesn't like her past a drunken kiss one night, the editors show that he has said differently to her. Erica totally likes him, which is kind of sad, but Mike likens it to "Fatal Attraction." Erica doesn't strike us as a bunny boiler -- that's happening over on "Big Brother."
However, as the night goes on, Erica gets drunk and starts yelling at Kevin about not liking her. He insists that he's on a game show that he's trying to win, and she starts crying about how it's not a game to her. And maybe we'll revamp that "bunny boiler" statement.
And Erica turns her ire on Andrea, a "conniving little snake in a peasant dress." Um, Erica is certifiable.
In the morning, Erica keeps going 'round with Kevin about it, insisting he be honest with her and that she's not crazy. She claims this conversation has made everything better. This is exhausting, y'all.
When it comes to Limbo, Mike and Erica step inside and Mike goes home. Time for an individual challenge, which is a flying puzzle challenge that involves a lot of squeal-grunting on Jeffrey's part. But Andrea wins in a close one.
The last Limbo comes down to Kevin vs. Jeffrey, much to Erica's surprise. And then Jeffrey is the one going home, which comes as a huge surprise to us. He seems so much more likable than Kevin.
The show then sits the final three down to show them private moments from around the house that largely revolve around the Kevin/Erica something. It's just kind of embarrassing for them, it's not terribly exciting.
Then the live finale features the houseguests making speeches in front of an audience, which is really weird. It's like they're at a political debate, that's what the set-up looks like.
And then they reveal that the viewers chose Kevin. Was that a surprise to you guys?