Cloverdale ‘super fan’ enters the Big Brother Canada house

Jordan Parhar’s TV strategy is part McLovin’, part Frank Underwood.

Jordan Parhar

As many as 60 friends and family of Cloverdale’s own Jordan Parhar were expected at a viewing party at Hawthorne Beer Market and Bistro for the Monday night premiere of Big Brother Canada 3.

Parhar, a 21-year-old student and Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary grad, was set to enter the Big Brother House on March 23.

House guests on the reality TV show compete for the grand prize of $100,000, a $25,000 gift card from The Brick and a $10,000 trip.

In interviews, he describes himself as ‘Super fan’ who’s studied the show. His strategy is to initially play it nice with the other house guests in order to gain their trust.

“Really though, I’m probably the biggest threat in the house and the person everyone should worry about. I’m wearing a McLovin’ costume but I’m actually Frank Underwood from House of Cards,” he says in his Big Brother 3 bio.

The third season airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays on Global at 8 p.m.

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