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(Merlin, on becoming a 'Big Brother' housemate) "To be honest I don't particularly like watching television yet alone reality television, and yet I have this rather odd urge, or even burning want, to be a part of this show, which I myself don't even quite understand. It'd be one of those surreal things I'd look back on when I'm 80 and say 'Hell yeah kid! You did some crazy crazy s**t', and then ...
During his Big Brother eviction, he arrived on stage with his mouth taped shut. He held a sign, fashioned from black tape on a piece of white sheet that read "free th refugees" (the e had fallen off). He sat on the couch next to host Gretel Killeen but refused to talk. "This segment is five minutes long, are you going to speak at all?" she asked. He refused to reply.