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Big Brother: Boogie Loses His Bro-mance

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We know it's not cool to love reality tv, but LAist, if you haven't figured it out yet, couldn't give two shits what others think, and we LOVE Big Brother.

This summer we were treated to the Big Brother All-Stars, which featured some of the best houseguests from over the years. The two most annoying were Mike "Boogie" and Dr. Will, who lied to everyone in the house, insulted them, called them all out, and somehow made it to the final four, without ever being seriously in trouble the whole season.

CBS would run clips of the two LA yuppies "calling" each other each week in the secluded Diary Room. They'd sit next to each other holding their imaginary phones by their faces and gloat by saying things like, "Hey Mike, I just told everyone in the house to vote me out because I hated them and not only did they not vote me out, they just laughed and thought I was cute." And then they'd laugh madly, not just because it was funny, but because the reverse psychology was totally working on the game's best players.

This week the Doctor's luck ran out when the two remaining female contestants exchanged notes and realized that the boys were lying to both of them as they were falling romantically for the men. It's bad enough to have a Show-mance, but to be faked into believing that the boys wanted to keep them until the final three was just plain embarrassing. That night Will was gone, and Boogie had lost his partner in crime and delivered the twenty seconds of excellent television above that, we hate to admit it, touched us.

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After the jump we have included a few of Will and Boogie's Diary Room celebrations so you who haven't been watching can see the context of what Mike was parodying.

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