Hey, that was fun this week, huh? You know, if you have no soul. Continue reading
Somehow, there are no events that trigger negative points for players, so some of you can breathe a sigh of relief. Read on to see the results. Continue reading
Normally when fan casting for Survivor, we focus on who will play a good game, or at least an entertaining one. This is a little different. I don’t care how the following people played Survivor, I care about how they sat and watched other people play Survivor. I’m talking about the jury. But you probably guessed that from the title. If I were able to hand-pick 8 former contestants to serve on a jury for maximum entertainment value, these are my picks:
When we started the Ultimate Survivor bracket last month, we intentionally gave no criteria for you to use when voting. But judging by the two players competing for the championship, it looks as though you voted based on one thing: performance.
In case you weren’t aware, Emma has somehow become our go-to field reporter for all things Survivor. Actually, “somehow” is inaccurate; it’s entirely because of her proximity to Los Angeles-based Survivor happenings. It certainly isn’t for her photography skills, as demonstrated in her post about visiting the Survivor exhibit at the Paley Center.
Since we never seem to properly track these things, and we have a website, I’ve decided to make a weekly post tracking our predictions and who’s ahead in the score: me or John. More interestingly, we’re giving you all a chance to play along. Each week, we’ll post a poll to see who our listeners is going home in that week’s episode (no spoilers!). At the end of the season, we’ll see who was best at this.
The image of Will’s lifeless corpse sliding down into the water turns out to be a metaphor for Joe’s game this week, as not even the power of Joey Amazing’s charming handsome beautiful charms (see what I did there?) could save him. Continue reading