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I must say that Solitary was one of the best reality shows that I have seen. It was original and extremely well put together. No one to really compete with one another, can't see nor speak to each other unless it is through a computerized voice named VAL.
I liked the fact that they had to live their time in Solitary attempting to find themselves as well as conquer their fears. I wish more reality shows were like this one. Most that you see now days is practically the same thing. People eventually fighting and stabbing another in the back to achieve the goal of that particular show they are on. You don't see that in Solitary. Just nine people in little pods hoping to achieve the ultimate goal.
I love the fact that they had to go through tests and treatments to attempt to find out how much they can take. Val didn't take any whining either. I look forward to the next season of the show in August.
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