Room B2: Landon Hart and Matt McHenry
How they get along:
Landon and Matt didn’t need to learn to get along. The two’s friendship simply kicked off so easily and effortlessly. From their favourite sports team to their favourite book, Landon and Matt shared quite a lot of their interests. Even in girls. So when both also fall for the same girl inside the House of Eovi, things get more than just a little awkward between the two. Will one be able to let go and forgive the other or will things continue to go downhill for Landon and Matt’s friendship?
Usual scenario between the two: Betting on random things
The sun shone high in the sky and the birds chirped every two seconds or so. The day was beautiful, and yet Landon and Matt was found inside the House, having breakfast in front of the TV.
“I bet I can finish my cereal faster than you can finish three glasses of orange juice,” challenged Landon, already raising a spoonful of Trix to his lips. Matt immediately reached out and grabbed the bowl of cereal from his roommate, shaking his head. “No way, man. That’s not a very fair bet,” he said.
Landon laughed and took his cereal back, then poured more milk into it. “You’re just scared that I’ll kick your arse,” he said smugly. Matt rolled his eyes and took a bite from his sandwich. “Shut up. I bet you can’t go a day without saying something like bloody hell or blimey,” retaliated Matt, mocking Landon’s accent. The two only laughed for a while, but made a deal of it anyway.
Room F1: Hailey Heffernan and Alisa Stowe
How they get along:
In the House, Alisa is quite naturally nice to everybody. Unlike the people back in her school, nobody was so desperate to please her. She liked that. Everybody else had their own thing going on and nobody paid much attention to her or her background. Then she meets Hailey. It’s not that Alisa hated Hailey immediately upon first encounter, but there was simply something about the girl that she didn’t like. Sometimes Hailey seems so innocent, then the next thing you know, her true colour starts shining through cracks and she turns into a heartless bitch.
Hailey, on the other hand, likes Alisa. She liked how the other girl could turn into a obnoxious little pixie as easily as she could, too. It was apparent that Alisa didn’t feel the same way about her, though. But this just makes Hailey want to befriend her even more. This, of course, annoys Alisa even more, too.
Usual scenario between the two: One-sided fun
Throwing her shirt to the other side of the room, Hailey got ready for bed in only her underwear. She didn’t exactly see it either, but she knew Alisa just rolled her eyes. It was a bit low of her to like annoying the other girl so much, but she just liked it. She didn’t have a specific reason why. “Aren’t you going to bed yet?” she asked, purposely just walking around their room in her bra and panties to make Alisa uncomfortable.
“I don’t feel like it yet,” says Alisa. Her eyes didn’t leave the book she was reading, but she wasn’t even reading anymore. All she could think about was how amazing it would be if she could just switch roommates. Hailey was hard to predict and Alisa didn’t like not knowing things. In fact, it annoyed her. And Alisa just couldn’t tell if Hailey knew this and is deliberately agitating her or if she just doesn’t know. Alisa bets it’s the former, though.
“Well, I’ll have to go ahead of you and get some beauty sleep, then,” Hailey said as she sauntered back towards her bed. “Not that I need it, of course,” she said with a wink and a short giggle before burying herself under the covers.
Room D1: Paige Terri and Jessie Morgan
How they get along:
Even at the beginning, Paige has always been somewhat fond of Jessie. It intrigued her how very normal Jessie was. Among everyone else in the House, it was easy to see how Jessie was the only one without any real motivation driving her to win the competition. Paige liked that.
And the feeling was mutual. Just as Paige likes Jessie for being normal, Jessie likes Paige for being so enthralling. Every time Paige tells her stories of her adventures back home, Jessie finds herself wishing she could have that kind of fascinating life as well. This is where the girls disagree.
While Paige often tells Jessie that she wishes she could have the laid back kind of life she has, Jessie would contradict and tell her that it was Paige’s life that she wishes to have. These little debates never lead to anything big, though. In the end, the two would just laugh things off, but still silently wish for the other’s lifestyle.
Usual scenario between the two: Storytelling
“So you finally told him you loved him? Just like that?” Jessie asked, frowning in confusion. She leaned her cheek on her palm and sighed. “I wish I could do that,” she muttered. Paige quickly shook her head and said, “No, no. That isn’t what happened at all. Jeez, would you just listen?” Jessie stuck her tongue out at the other girl, but kept silent to let Paige finish her story.
“Okay, so everything was silent right? And we were so there, right? He’s forehead was on mine, the mood was perfect, etcetera, etcetera, right?” Jessie nodded, realizing that Paige was waiting for a reaction. “Well, the bell rang. The gym doors opened and the sixth graders came flooding in. He and I broke apart and went our separate ways.” Paige shrugged and began cleaning the mess they made on the kitchen table, indicating that her story was over.
Clearly stressed that the story didn’t end with explosives and chariots, Jessie stood up from her stool and followed Paige to the sink. “That’s it? The bell just rang and that’s it?” she asked, waving her arms around for emphasis. “Not every story ends with a boom, you know,” said Paige simply.
Room A2: Aiden Kovalic and Wade Carlton
How they get along:
At first, Aiden and Wade weren’t too sure about each other. Aiden thought Wade was boring and Wade saw Aiden as reckless. After only a whole day of getting to know each other, however, the two became really great friends. They found someone they could confide in without being judged. Both of them had secrets, but for some reason, neither felt uncomfortable with sharing them with the other. Their friendship is mainly composed of honesty and frankness.
Usual scenario between the two: Candor
“Wait. Let me guess,” Wade began, interrupting Aiden’s story about his home and why he applied for the House of Eovi. “You got the girl pregnant, didn’t you?” he continued. Wade laughed, making Aiden roll his eyes. “Yes. Yes, I did,” Aiden said with as much dignity as he could muster, confirming the obvious outcome of his supposed ‘one-night stand’. ”Would you stop guffawing, Carlton? It’s not funny. I almost became a father.” Aiden leaned on the wall and crossed his arms defensively.
When Wade’s laughter finally started ceasing to mere chuckles, he asked, “What happened, then? What do you mean you only almost became a father? Shouldn’t you be on MTV right now?” He laughed at his own joke, inciting a scowl from Aiden.
“The girl had a miscarriage, alright? You are the first person I’ve told about this and you better keep your mouth shut,” Aiden said with a threatening look. Wade only laughed some more and continued unpacking.
Room C1: Nicole Park and Katherine Cutrone
How they get along:
Katherine has never been the type of person to complain out loud. So when she was obliged to room with the person who complains the most inside the House, Katherine was undoubtedly amused. She grew to like Nicole easily, as the other girl had quite the curious opinions about things.
Furthermore, Nicole finds Katherine to be interesting as well. Being the typical loud girl that she is, Nicole likes getting Katherine to talk about her past and her ideas about everything in general. Often times, the two can be found just chatting with each other in their room or in the living room.
Usual scenario between the two: Pointless Questioning
“Why don’t you like cucumbers?” Nicole asked, intently turning a carrot stick over and over again with her fingers. She looked away from it and stared and Katherine instead, raising a brow in question. Katherine laughed, showing off her beautiful white teeth. “Who said that I didn’t?” she asked back in reply. Nicole shrugged and proceded to munch on her carrot stick. “No one.You just look like someone who doesn’t like cucumbers,” answered she.
Room B1: Daisy Hall and Grace Tanbien
How they get along:
Do you know those people who become friends just in the blink of an eye? Those people who just met but already like each other? That is not the case between Daisy and Grace at all. In fact, their relationship is far from it. It can’t even be referred to as a ‘good’ relationship.
Even from the beginning, Daisy wanted a quiet roommate. Someone she will get along with nicely, but someone who won’t ask too many questions. And when you think about it, Grace fits the latter description perfectly. She’s quiet and timid, but there was just something about her that immediately annoyed Daisy. Perhaps it was the fact that Grace was getting so much undeserved attention just because of her pretty face. Daisy actually didn’t care too much about winning, but something inside her snapped when she got to spend time with Grace. It was obvious that other girl didn’t like Daisy very much either, but was definitely trying her best to be nice to her. Will the two get along and put up a nice front for the cameras? Or will they fall apart and keep hating each other for six months?
Usual scenario between the two: Ignorance
Daisy watched as Matt handed Grace a sandwich. She tried to keep her eyes off of them, but the book she had in her hands was long forgotten now. Daisy couldn’t hear what Matt and Grace were talking about, but the distinct girlish laugh that reached her ears was a clear indication of their philandering. “How annoying,” she muttered to herself and walked over to where the two were sitting by the window.
She cleared her throat, crossing her arms. “Do you two mind? I’m trying to read a decent book here,” she said, gesturing to the book she had actually only found lying on the floor. Grace apologized quickly and stood up, then replied, ”We’re sorry to bother you, Daisy. Matt just told me this really funny joke. Would you like to hear it?” Matt stood up as well and smiled, but didn’t say anything. Daisy looked at both of them, shook her head, and left without another word.
Room A1: Tiffany Stein and Adeline Charm
How they get along:
Fanny, having earned the nickname “The Big Sister”, is obviously very happy to have been assigned a room with the youngest contestant in the House of Eovi. She has six younger siblings, so Adeline’s presence in their room gives her a familiar sense of home.
Likewise, Adeline has always seen Fanny as an older sister ever since they first met. Fanny was nothing like Addie’s older sister back home, but they were both just as caring and considerate. There was something about the way they both had to keep reminding her about keeping the room clean.
Most of the time, Addie and Fanny can be found in the kitchen. Fanny would be making them and the others some snacks while Addie tries not to burn anything and end up just sitting on the marble counters. Oddly enough, this kind of friendship goes really well with the two of them.
Usual scenario between the two: Persuasion
“Get up, Adeline!” shouted Fanny from the shower as she dried her hair with a towel. After a few minutes of silence, she rolled her eyes at her roommate’s tardiness and finally strolled out of the bathroom to get Addie to wake up. She pulled the soft pillow from under her head and hit the younger girl with it repeatedly. “I know you’re awake, Addie. Get up,” she muttered as she kept hitting her with the pillow.
“But why?” Addie whined, sitting up and taking the pillow from Fanny. “We’re not required to be in time for breakfast, you know.” She pouted and kept muttering to herself, but stood up and marched off to take a shower anyways. Tiffany only laughed and proceded to wrap her towel around her hair.