The day after Nick & Phil Paquette were named the winners of Big Brother Canada 4, I headed into the house to do extended interviews with the entire cast. I caught up with Tim Dormer in the Have-Not Room and we discussed his time on the show. I started the interview off by asking Tim to compare Canada to Australia. I also pushed Tim to address why he didn’t take ownership of the brilliant moves he was making in the diary room. I told the Australian that the audience seemed pretty deflated when he threw in the towel on the final HOH competition and if he was able to get a sense of that inside the house. Tim said that he didn’t feel like he had given up and that he still felt like there was a chance that either Kelsey or the brothers would choose him to face off against in front of the jury. The popular houseguest said that when he initially got the call to participate, he wasn’t even sure he wanted to win the show. When I told him that some fans might see that as a cop-out answer for not winning, he said that he actually wrestled with trying to win for the majority of the time he was inside the house. I also asked Tim to address the people who thought that he should have self-evicted to keep Cassandra (a player who was clearly there to win) and his best friend in the game. Tim made the surprising revelation that he couldn’t support Cassandra’s dirty style of play. I also asked him about the time he called the brothers “dinguses” and what that makes somebody who votes for a dingus to win.
Murtz Jaffer is the world's foremost reality television expert and was the host of Reality Obsessed which aired on the TVTropolis and Global Reality Channels in Canada. He has professional writing experience at the Toronto Sun, National Post, TV Guide Canada, TOROMagazine.com and was a former producer at Entertainment Tonight Canada. He was also the editor at Weekendtrips.com.