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Ranking Every "Big Brother" Contestant From Worst To Best

Expect the unexpected as I rank every Big Brother contestant through season 16.

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195 houseguests over 16 seasons. Some have played more than once. Some played for a matter of days. But how do they stack up against one another? Let's find out.

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A disclaimer: Rankings are based on a combination of likability, gameplay, and how entertaining they were to watch on television. Rankings are also only based on appearances in the house. If someone was awful in the house but has proven themselves to be a splendid person in reality, it doesn't count.

Also, if I could rank Julie "Chenbot" Chen, she'd be #1.

193. Adam Jasinski

CBS

Season: 9

Placed: Winner

The less said about season 9 the better. It's the only season of the show that aired during the winter, in order to fill in the blanks in CBS' schedule from the WGA writers' strike. And it was the most aggressively boring season of Big Brother that ever existed. That's the only way to explain why the worst player in the worst season managed to win the whole damn thing.

The most interesting thing Adam did was get arrested for starting a drug ring with two other contestants from his season.

192. Braden Bacha

Season: 11

Placed: 13th

Braden is one of David Girton's Big Brother ancestors. He was misogynist and racist, which aired on the live feeds and not on the show. He called Kevin a "fucking beaner" and ended up getting kicked out of the house first. His racist rants didn't air on CBS, but they were caught on the live feeds.

191. David Girton

Season: 15

Placed: Last

This fun houseguest commented that sheets in the house smelled bad because "black Candice" was on them. Aside from making racist comments, he also got bounced first his season. Good riddance.

190. Justin Sebik

Season: 2

Placed: Last (Expelled)

So, Justin was nuts. He repeatedly threatened to do bodily harm to houseguests and also held a knife to Krista's neck while making out with her. She seemed into it as well, which, okay girl. He was removed from the house by producers.

189. Scott Weintraub

Season: 4

Placed: Last

The twist for season 4 was "X-Factor," which meant several contestants were playing with their exes. When Scott's ex Amanda walked in, he completely lost it and over the next few days had several histrionic moments in the house before he was finally removed by producers.

188. Amanda Craig

Season: 4

Placed: 12th

After her crazy ex Scott was pulled from the house, Amanda seemed to lose her own mind and sense of playing any sort of game. She hopped into bed with David in the Head of Household room and had the first televised sex scene on Big Brother (it wouldn't be the last). She was unanimously evicted from the house days later.

187. David Lane

Season: 4

Placed: 10th

Well, at least he had sex with Amanda? He went out the house not too long after she did.

186. Dana Varela

Season: 4

Placed: 9th

EVERYONE ON SEASON 4 WENT HOME BECAUSE OF THEIR LIBIDOS. Ahem. Dana was in the Elite 8, an alliance that wanted to get rid of all the exes in the house during the X-Factor season. But she started flirting with Justin and turned on her alliance. Her treachery was short-lived, she was evicted soon after.

185. Willie Hantz

CBS

Season: 14

Placed: 14th (Expelled)

Did it surprise anyone when Willie headbutted Joe? The Hantz family is insane. And yet, for some reason, for a few brief years CBS kept bringing more family members out of the woodwork to wreak havoc on their reality show contestants.

184. Holly King

Season: 5

Placed: 12th

Oh, girl. She was seeing Jase while in the house and none of the other guys liked that, so they aborted plans to save her because of it. I do feel bad for her, however, because she had no idea none of the other houseguests liked her until she had a big blow-up with Diane. Holly skipped out on the All-Stars season to avoid playing with Jase again. Good move.

183. Jeff Schroeder & Jordan Lloyd

Sonja Flemming / CBS

Seasons: It seems like every season.

Placed: Who cares?

I almost left these two off the list because it would be funny, but it's better to just address the fact that Jordan rode Jeff's coattails when they played together and these two are lucky that it was Aaryn Gries' season where Twitter started exposing the racist and homophobic comments said on the livefeeds, because Jeff's anti-gay rant (against Dumbledore!) would've been plastered on every entertainment website that summer if it were the case. Never mind the fact that CBS keeps bringing them back like they're official mascots.

182. Adam Poch

Season: 13

Placed: 3rd

Jeff and Jordan's live-in cheerleader. And he voted for Porsche in the jury vote, so like, what game was he even playing?

180. Michael Donnellan

Michael sexually harassed other houseguests by giving them unwanted kisses and when April voiced her disgust to Eric, he spoke to Michael and told him to cut it out. Michael started ranting that any women who didn't like his unwanted attention should have the "spine" to confront him about it. Because women ALWAYS feel safe telling a man they don't want him sexually harassing them, and NEVER feel like he might retaliate, right? Luckily, after his blowout with Eric, Michael got booted from the house and he never got the chance to turn into a Caleb Reynolds (you'll see).

Also, like most sleazy guys, he got rich and ended up on Millionaire Matchmaker. Patti even pointed out his control issues when it comes to women.

179. Joe Barber

Season: 8

Placed: 13th

Joe was messy. His rival in his season was his ex-boyfriend Dustin. The first day in the house, Joe told everyone that Dustin gave him gonorrhea. Unable to evict him right away, they sent Joe out the house second.

178. William Collins

Season: 1

Placed: Last

Season one of Big Brother is a thing to behold. I'd never seen it, so I had to watch it all before this ranking and I can now see why the show got a makeover that started in season 2, but was fully in effect by season 3. The show is basically a documentary first and a game show later. It takes 16 days for the first houseguest to get evicted and everyone has serious discussions like the first season of The Real World, only much more boring. They talk about breast implants, the morality of exotic dancers, and of course, race. William caught heat before joining the show because he was a member of the Nation of Islam and said racist things about Jewish people, then he got in the house and called all the white contestants racist. He wasn't wrong in his depiction of white privilege in America, but his soapbox was so completely obnoxious and self-pitying. His rants about being a poor black man in America who needed the money fell on deaf ears and he was the first to go.

Of course during this season, everyone nominated someone for eviction (there was no HOH) and the two people with the most votes were decided upon by America. William's exit wasn't a surprise.

177. Kara Monaco

Season: 14

Placed: 15th

She was put up for eviction by Willie, so he probably imagined she was a demon or something. At any rate, she's killing it as a model on Playboy and shit so she doesn't need my ranking opinions.

176. Kail Harbick

Season: 8

Placed: 10th

Kail outed everyone in her alliance, then wanted to leave the show until producers convinced her not to. She stayed and got to wear a bunny suit.

175. Brian Hart

Season: 10

Placed: Last

He teamed up with Dan, which was a good thing to do, but he had so many schemes right off the bat that the rest of the house was like "nah, you can go."

174. Jacob Heald

Season: 9

Placed: Last

LOL. Who?

173. Ryan Quicksall

Season: 9

Placed: 2nd

Ryan was almost as bad as Adam. But he'll be forever remember for the time he had sex on TV for all of fifty seconds.

172. Ronnie Talbott

CBS

Season: 11

Placed: 10th

He had such a big mouth for such a flop player. I didn't even like Michele and when he called her a horrible person with no good inside her, I was like, bruhhhh.

170. Jeremy McGuire

Season: 15

Placed: 14th

A sexist who got backdoored, because the house liked him as much as the viewing audience did. Translation: No one liked him.

169. Mike Lubinski

Season: 5

Placed: Last

A finalist for the 4th season who didn't make the cast, Mike made his way into the 5th season. Unfortunately, he tried to go after heavy hitters right out the bat and got eliminated first.

168. Carol Journey

Season: 8

Placed: Last

Carol fell victim to the Rivals twists. Her ex-best friend Jessica came into the house and the two couldn't get over their drama quick enough for Carol to save herself from going out the door first.

167. Ashlea Evans

Season: 6

Placed: Last

Ashlea was Janelle's partner in the SECRET PARTNER TWIST of the season. The secret partner business didn't really amount to much, and certainly not for Ashlea.

165. Annie Whittington

Season: 12

Placed: Last

This evil woman left us with Ragan as the Saboteur in her place, which I will never forgive.

164. Steven Daigle

Men at Play

Season: 10

Placed: 12th

Steven wasn't a very good Big Brother contestant (he went out second), but he's a very skilled gay porn star now, so #winning.

163. Nick Uhas

Season: 15

Placed: 15th

Bro, how do you create an alliance and then have your alliance turn around and vote you out?

162. Michelle Maradie

Season: 4

Placed: 11th

Poor Michelle. No, not that Michelle. I mean David's ex who sat in the house during the X-Factor season while he had sex with Amanda in the HOH room, just days after Amanda's ex was removed from the house by producers. Michelle was put up on the block by Jee as a pawn, which of course, meant Michelle got evicted. As pawns always do (unless you're Spencer Clawson, but more on him later).

161. Lori Valenti

Season: 5

Placed: 13th

This queen took a $10,000 prize in a competition and made the rest of the house eat PB&J. You know they voted her ass out right after that, but at least she got that cheque!

160. Angie Swindell

Season: 10

Placed: 11th

Memphis got all the way to 2nd place, but Angie's association with him made her an easy target.

159. Jodi Rollins

Season: 14

Placed: Last

JUSTICE FOR JODI. It's always the black people who go out first when you make players evict someone before they even start playing the game. This was rude, Big Brother.

158. Parker Somerville

Season: 9

Placed: 14th

Oh, the lost potential of black people on Big Brother. Maybe we'd know how awesome they could be if they were all in one season together where a large group of white people didn't get rid of them in five seconds.

157. Nick Starcevic

Season: 8

Placed: 11th

Nick was Daniele's showmance during their season and he did America a solid by constantly working out shirtless. He got sent home and went on to real life romance several other Big Brother contestants from other seasons. What is this, The Bachelor Pad?

155. Jessie Godderz

CBS

Season: 10, 11

Placed: 10th (Season 10), 9th (Season 11)

To be fair, Jessie was gorgeous and likable when we first met him. But that lasted only until we all realized how narcissistic he was (more so in season 11). Jessie was so awful that he returned to the show as part of Pandora's Box to terrorize houseguests in later season. NEVER. OPEN. PANDORA'S. BOX.

154. Devin Shepherd

Season: 16

Placed: 14th

I'm no psychiatrist, but if you told me Devin was a serial killer I wouldn't be surprised.

153. Sheryl Braxton

Season: 2

Placed: 11th

Sheryl was a nice woman who didn't fit in with the rest of the house, so she was evicted first (after Justin got kicked out).

152. Erika Landin

Season: 4, All-Stars

Placed: 4th (Season 4), 2nd (All-Stars)

Erika was a pretty good player, I guess, in All-Stars. But in her first appearance on season 4, she proved herself to be a racist by calling Jee a "fresh off the boat immigrant" and a "Korean piece of shit." Okay, gurl.

151. Sarah Hrejsa

Season: 6

Placed: 11th

Sarah was James' girlfriend and secret partner replacement after his friend dropped out. She made a show of saving him from the block when she won Power of Veto and ended up getting them both nominated the next week. James saved himself, she went out the door.

150. Autumn Daly

Season: 2

Placed: 10th

Homegirl almost had a breakdown, and Shannon certainly didn't HELP matters. Autumn asked Shannon for dieting advice and Shannon just randomly put a bag of potato chips on her bed. It'd be funny if it weren't so oblivious and cruel.

149. Kent Blackwelder

Season: 2

Placed: 7th

Kent tried to come for Monica and she was NOT having it. He had a brief moment of glory as Head of Household, but went out the house right after.

148. Krista Stegall

Season: 2

Placed: 6th

She was engaged to Mike Boogie for a hot minute. I guess not all Big Brother romances last.

147. Tonya Paoni

Season: 3

Placed: 11th

Tonya didn't make much of an impression her season, which is why she went out second. She was later charged with reckless homicide after leaving the house.

146. Laura Stein

Season: 11

Placed: 12th

Divided into "cliques" in her season, Laura was on the Popular Clique. Turns out, being labeled "popular" isn't that great of a thing in the house. She went out second.

145. Casey Turner

Season: 11

Placed: 11th

Casey wore a banana suit and went out in the third week.

144. Eric Littmann

Season: 6

Placed: 12th

Eric defended the women in the house from Michael's sleazy advances, but he also took the fight too far in the sense that he alienated the other alliance in the house and got himself removed the week after Michael.

143. Cassi Colvin

Season: 13

Placed: 12th

Cassi is now dating Chris D'Elia which must be her gift from God after joining the lame Regulators alliance and getting bounced from the show. People historically do not like Rachel Reilly on this show, so you have to be extra awful to be evicted after getting into a fight with her. EVERYONE fights with Rachel.

142. Keith Henderson

Season: 13

Placed: 13th

Keith had a good idea to break up the veterans they were playing against, especially since a veteran (Rachel Reilly) ending up winning this season. But he went about it so poorly that everyone found out and turned against him. He was basically the Joey Van Pelt of his season. Never announce your plans to go against a majority of the house during the first week, bruh.

141. Nathan Marlow

Season: 4

Placed: 8th

Nathan was used by Alison all season and when she got him voted out, he STILL voted for her to win in the finale. He was her only vote though.

140. Spencer Clawson

Season: 15

Placed: 3rd

Spencer called Andy "Kermit the fag" at one point and was on the block every damn week. You know how the saying goes, "Always the pawn, never the winner."

139. Chelsia Hart

Season: 9

Placed: 8th

Aside from making light of someone's father's suicide, latching onto the equally awful James did her no favors.

137. James Zinkand

CBS

Season: 9

Placed: 6th

Girl, having pink hair is not "crazy" so I don't know why he kept calling himself Crazy James. He was good at the game, but one of the more annoying self-righteous characters who always played the victim.

136. Shannon Dragoo

Season: 2

Placed: 9th

Shannon was the kind of reality TV bitch you love seeing on TV. She dropped potato chips on a girl's bed to call her fat, as previously mentioned, and she also scrubbed the toilet with Hardy's toothbrush. Queen.

135. Justin Giovinco

Season: 4

Placed: 7th

Justin was Alison's ex, so he was always on the outside of the Elite 8 alliance. Fortunately for him, his flirtation with Dana kept him in the house for a while longer than he should've been.

134. Kaitlin Barnaby

Season: 15

Placed: 14th

Everyone loves a bitch on reality TV, so you have to be playing an extra bad game to get voted out this early for being one.

133. Karen Fowler

Season: 1

Placed: 8th

Queen Karen was so messy that I enjoyed watching her in this boring first season of the show where DR. DREW regularly appeared to psychoanalyze the guests with Chenbot. What even? She tried to divorce her husband while in the house, which made me wish she'd shown up on a later season where she would fit right in with all the crazy contestants to follow.

131. Brittany Petros

Season: 1

Placed: 7th

Brittany had strong opinions about exotic dancers and about race. William called her one black friend a "token black friend" and Brittany insisted she knew what it was like to be a minority, because she lived in a 90% black town. Oh, the simpler times of the 2000s. She was a popular houseguest, but it's so hard to judge "gameplay" in this first season when America could decide who went home and Chicken George's family rallied to get her voted out the house.

129. Porsche Briggs

Season: 13

Placed: 2nd

Girl, I had to Google Porsche to remember who she was. How did she get to the final 2? Rachel was basically going through the motions during that final jury plea.

128. JoJo Spatafora

Season: 14

Placed: 13th

My first response to see her name was: "JoJo played this game? The R&B singer JoJo?!?! Oh, wait." Which I guess means she was super memorable.

127. Paola Shea

Season: 16

Placed: 15th

LOL bye.

126. Jean Jordan

Season: 1

Placed: 9th

Jordan nearly had a mental breakdown on television after revealing that she was an exotic dancer. Meanwhile, that's a reality TV pre-requisite these days.

121. Curtis Kin

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Season: 1

Placed: 3rd

Curtis was relatively likable and inoffensive during his season. Enough that America never "banished" him (LOL at the first season name for evicting, btw), but they never game him the money either.

120. Josh Souza

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Season: 1

Placed: 2nd

Josh was very pretty. Two very attractive white boys were the final two in the first season, which is why America is no longer allowed to vote.

119. Eddie McGee

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Season: 1

Placed: Won

How can a winner be ranked this low? Because there's no way Eddie would've won any other season of Big Brother, which is exactly why this boring show got switched up for the subsequent seasons. With America voting, the attractive Eddie with a supermodel girlfriend who lost a leg to cancer is exactly the type of narrative reality TV audiences go for. You're not allowed to compete on a singing competition without something horrible having happened to you, for instance. Eddie was alright as a houseguest, but without HOH competitions, vetoes, or anything else the other players have to go through in this game, he can't stack up against the best — if only by default.

118. Kevin Campbell

CBS

Season: 11

Placed: 3rd

Kevin's one of the better gays (and by that I mean not offensive and horrible) to play this game, but he was never nominated until he got evicted on finale night so clearly he was never on anyone's radar. I will say that he, much like Debra Messing on Smash, could never say no to a scarf, for better or worse.

116. Marcellas Reynolds

CBS

Seasons: 3, All-Stars

Placed: 5th (Season 3), 9th (All-Stars)

Marcellas was on the block. During the final five. He won the Power of Veto. He chose to not use the POV so he'd look like a good person and someone else could vote out his best friend in the house, Amy. Marcellas instead was voted out. This could have been avoided if he'd used the POV to take himself off the block. It's the dumbest move in Big Brother history, to this day.

He came back in the All-Stars season and was salty about Danielle and Jason evicting him, but whatever gurl.

114. Jerry MacDonald

Season: 10

Placed: 3rd

"I hope you respected me because I respected you, Dan." But let's forget that you called him Judas, right? Jerry is one of those players who gets taken to the end simply by virtue of no one wanting to waste an eviction on him.

113. Lawon Exum

Season: 13

Placed: 10th

Lawon was a bit extra, which would be fine if he weren't focused on being saved by some game twist instead of actually playing the game.

112. Eric Ouellette

Season: 3

Placed: 10th

Eric romanced Lisa. Eric got evicted. Lisa didn't vote to bring Eric back in the house because she finally wised up and was about getting that money, not Eric's dick.

111. Jen Diturno

Season: 9

Placed: 14th

Jen let Ryan lead her around like a blind mouse. Of all people — Ryan. Who we've already established is a minute man.

110. Sharon Obermeuller

Season: 9

Placed: 4th

Sharon was evicted in the first elimination, but "luckily," Neil quit and she got to come back into the game. Too bad for her she didn't get to come back in a different season.

108. Chiara Berti

Season: 3

Placed: 8th

Apparently, Chiara and Boogie dated after her season. Danielle grilled him about it on All-Stars.

107. Josh Feinberg

Playgirl

Season: 3

Placed: 9th

Josh was more than a BIT much. And the house had zero time for his schemes and drama, so they booted him unanimously. But you know who DID have time for Josh? Playgirl.

106. Rachel Plencner

Season: 6

Placed: 8th

Rachel was in the Sovereign Six alliance, but she wasn't one of the heavy hitters like Janelle, Howie, or Kaysar.

105. Ivette Corredero

Season: 6

Placed: 2nd

Though the competition between both Ivette's alliance and Janelle's alliance was heated, I was always on Janelle's side because Ivette targeted her mostly out of personal reasons and not gameplay. Her alliance even asked her if it was personal and she said she just couldn't stand to look at her. Uh, okay, Ivette. She kept things less personal than Maggie, which is why Maggie ended up winning. Hell of a player, though.

104. Dominic Briones

CBS

Season: 13

Placed: 11th

This show has had a LOT of flop alliances. But whew, The Regulators was really something special. Special meaning awful. The alliance was awful. They all got voted out.

102. Michelle Costa

CBS

Season: 10

Placed: 7th

Michelle was a formidable player, having aligned herself with the house's strongest alliance. But much like Lydia, she went absolutely bonkers after Jessie got evicted. How did Jessie of all people inspire two different women in TWO SEPARATE SEASONS to go to such lengths avenging his eviction?

101. Scott Long

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Season: 5

Placed: 11th

Scott was a part of the Four Horsemen alliance (I'm sorry, but none of the alliance names are good, let's just accept it) which dominated the game until one of them didn't win HOH. He went home first.

100. Renny Martyn

Season: 10

Placed: 5th

Renny was a bit of a character, but I mostly enjoyed her and her feud with Jessie.

99. Sheila Kennedy

Season: 9

Placed: 3rd

In retrospect, maybe Sheila got evicted by Adam because she wasn't going to join his drug ring after the show?! It's crazy that this is an actual thing that happened. In part because it's more interesting than anything that happened this season. Oh, Sheila pretended to be a lesbian, I guess.

98. Gerry Lancaster

Season: 3

Placed: 7th

The most hilarious moment of season 3 is when Danielle catches Gerry leaving the bathroom without washing his hands and shares this information with the house. Then everyone realizes Gerry made a salad for them the previous night and he DIDN'T WASH HIS HANDS THEN EITHER. While everyone is disgusted, Lori starts caping for him and attacks Danielle. This is a thing that actually happened. 😭😭😭😭

97. Lori Olsen

Season: 3

Placed: Last

Yeah, that fight Lori started with Danielle over Gerry's unwashed hands? Got her evicted first. Whoops!

96. Nicole Schaffrich

Season: 2

Placed: 2nd

Will and Nicole had a flirty romance, which came to a hilarious head after they had a tension-charged night in a hot tub. Following that night, a plane with a banner flew over the house (supposedly from her husband Jeff) calling her out. Not quite as epic as Vaj calling Montana a whore on The Real World: Boston, but it was good enough.

95. Jack Owens, Jr.

Season: 4

Placed: 6th

The former FBI agent tried "profiling" the houseguests to size them up, but it didn't really work. He called Jun the smartest player in the game, though, so clearly he knows what he's talking about.

94. Alex Coladonato

Season: 9

Placed: 12th

If anything, Alex was definitely a better choice to come back into the game after an early eviction than James.

93. Jameka Cameron

Jameka was a fun contestant 50% of the time. The other 50% she was sobbing about how God wanted her to do well in the competition. If only people on reality shows could realize that God has better things to do than worry about them winning a TV game show?

92. Jessica Hughbanks

Season: 8

Placed: 6th

Jessica outlasted her ex-best friend Carol, then teamed up with Eric and the Donatos. Unfortunately, they turned on her and she went out the door. She managed to appear in the following season for a competition with Eric (they dated briefly), then had the chance to re-enter in season 11, but didn't win the opportunity.

91. Ragan Fox

CBS

Season: 12

Placed: 5th

Ragan HATED Rachel Reilly, which was a joy when I first watched season 12. Then I started to actually like Rachel because the other alternative was The Brigade alliance, and Ragan wouldn't stop crying or whining every episode. I appreciated his fight with Rachel in the moment, but in retrospect, it was kind of rude (as most of Ragan's insults were).

90. Jase Wirey

Season: 5, All-Stars

Placed: 10th (Season 5), 12th (All-Stars)

I'm an unapologetic Jase fan. He can be funny, witty, and charming all the while being a complete jerk as well. And the less said about his bandanas, the better. His alliance imploded and he ended up with the honor of being the first person ever backdoored on Big Brother (nominated after the Veto ceremony, with no chance of saving himself). It's now become a time-honored tradition to secretly get rid of threats in the house. Always win the Veto, kids!

89. Natalie Cunial

Season: 9

Placed: 5th

Poor Natalie didn't realize her partner Matty hated her. But also, being oblivious is hardly a point toward "best" in any kind of game.

88. Jessie Kowalski

Season: 15

Placed: 10th

Pour one out for another sweet, good-natured houseguest who gets eaten alive by the other sharks in the game.

87. Amanda Hansen

Season: 9

Placed: 12th

Amanda never had much of a killer streak, which is why she wasn't destined to go far in this game.

86. "Chicken" George Boswell

Seasons: 1, All-Stars

Placed: 5th (Both seasons)

The official jester of Big Brother, I was never much of a fan of George, but good on him being the only first season contestant to ever get brought back to compete again. People in the house either enjoyed him or were annoyed by him, but no one took him seriously as a genuine threat to the final prize.

85. Roddy Mancuso

Season: 3

Placed: 6th

Without America voting, this was not the season for pretty white boys to win. Roddy and Eric would've been top two in season 1, but in season 3, women were pulling the strings. He got a great guest gig on the classic sitcom Yes, Dear out of his stint in the house, though!

84. Libra Thompson

Season: 10

Placed: 9th

Libra was a pretty good player, but she got stuck in an alliance dominated by April and Ollie who never considered her a player at their level. Which is hilarious, because Dan played all of them, but no one knew that at a time.

83. Will Wikle

Season: 5

Placed: 9th

Will is another gay contestant who has gone on from the show to being a sex god. Will doesn't do porn, but he's pretty much gay porn adjacent and had his own show on Bravo for a bit.

82. Caleb Reynolds

CBS

Season: 16

Placed: 4th

Caleb was a horrible, horrible person and his obsession with Amber torpedoed her entire game before she had a chance. I'll admit he's only so high up because he's so good to look at. Soooo good to look at. And in a lackluster season like 16, that's really all you can pray for, isn't it?

80. Ashley Iocco

Season: 14

Placed: 9th

Sweet personality, but not much of a player when you're mostly remembered for going on "dates" with other houseguests while you were supposed to be playing a game.

79. Beau Beasley

Season: 6

Placed: 6th

Beau's fight with Janelle is a THING OF BEAUTY. I crack up every time he shouts "Polyester hair! Polyester hair!" Janelle was mostly taunting the other alliance to get them riled up, while Beau took the fight a bit more seriously (he was also drunk).

78. April Dowling

CBS

Season: 10

Placed: 8th

April had all sorts of accusations she lobbied against Keesha's character, all the while hooking up with Ollie in the house. She help orchestrate Libra's eviction, but went out the door right after her.

77. Bryan Ollie

Season: 10

Placed: 6th

He and April had a good run. They had no idea that Dan was manipulating the hell out of them, but after April went, Ollie really SHOULDN'T have trusted Dan when he said he'd save Michelle. Ollie losing his ally and then going the next week was his own fault.

76. Andrew Gordon

CBS

Season: 12

Placed: 11th

Andrew would be the most annoying houseguest ever if the show ended after season 12, but luckily, there've been plenty more annoying people (and racists too, there's that) who are much worse than him. At least he went out earlier. As a pawn. LOL. Never be a pawn.

74. McCrae Olson

Season: 15

Placed: 4th

McCrae was more excited about having sex with Amanda in the house than he was about playing the game.