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While commercial tenants occupied a portion of the first floor, the 10,000 square foot second floor loft was renovated for filming, along with an additional 7,000 square feet used by the production staff, which leased the loft for six months. Although previous seasons have depicted cast members keeping pets while living in the season residence, this is the first season of the show in which a non-human is listed as a cast member at and credited in the title sequence, a Chihuahua/Jack Russell mix named Daisy.

Her nickname is "Bird", on account of both her sense of wanderlust and her height, which is evocative of the Sesame Street character Big Bird.

According to MTV she is "feisty", and exhibits a "wide-eyed innocence" and a sense of "wacky levity", and her roommates sometimes perceive her to be akin to an "attention-seeking, annoying little sister". She lives with her mother and stepfather, and came to Portland in order to explore who she is outside her sheltered life.Despite her apparently feminine sensibilities, describes herself as an adventurous tomboy who enjoys activities such as fishing, hunting, riding her several dirtbikes in motocross events and skydiving.When he realized he would not be able to make a career out it, he decided to refocus his studies in order to become a physical therapist or trainer.When arriving in Portland, he and Averey develop a mutual attraction, At 19, she posed nude for Playboy, which caused a rift with her conservative parents that lasted for some time, and although she has mended her relationship with her parents, and formed a newly honest relationship with her father, she continues to be demure from sharing details of her sex life with her mother, and whose strict upbringing including corporal punishment involving hitting with his fists and a belt, but Jordan does not consider this abuse, but tough love that helped Jordan develop a thick skin during conflicts.Jordan's friend Blake, however, characterizes Larry as "the asshole who made [Jordan] who he is", and believes that Jordan strives to prove himself different from his father, despite Blake's observation that Jordan is exactly like his father.

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