As a member of the Executive Voting Committee, “Survivor” Host and Executive Producer Jeff Probst (along with Challenge Producer John Kirhoffer, and other “Survivor” luminaries) has an awesome responsibility.
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I spoke with Aras the day after his elimination and had a chance to ask about being stabbed in the back by Gervase, the plan he never got a chance to follow, and his recent engagement…
Last Week: Monica’s ability to follow a plan was lacking, Caleb proved he wasn’t good at tracking, and Vytas and Tina were both sent packing.
Redemption Island is back in business this Wednesday when for the first time ever, two former champions will square off in a Redemption duel.
Since Gordon lost the ranking portion of the competition last week, he’ll compare the players to drinks. The loser this week’s rankings will have to compare the players to a past “Survivor” season.
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Last Week: Laura M. won redemption and returned to the show, Tyson found an idol and didn’t let anyone know, and the Kasama tribe found itself with one less Baskauskas bro…
I had a chance to speak with Laura Boneham and John Cody, who both bested their more experienced counterparts, and asked them about the fateful Day One vote, the fairness of the final Redemption Island challenge, and whether or not it’s ever wise to tease Candice…
Last Week: Malcolm had Aras in spot ten. Gordon had him in spot nine. Gordon picked Laura M. returning to the game for a bonus point. So, the score for this round is Team Glamour and Glitter, Fashion and Fame 10, Team Real American Heroes 10. The current total score is Team Glamour and Glitter, Fashion and Fame 89, Team Real American Heroes 98.
Last Week: Kat was dumped from the game, but not her relationship, Tyson made an alliance without Aras, and Laura’s loose lips sunk her ship.