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Just Keep Digging… 0 Comments

I can’t believe this season is almost over. I’ve been so pleasantly surprised by how much I’ve enjoyed Blood vs. Water. And now we are in the home stretch…

Analyzing the Rock 3 Comments

Before I start this blog, I want to take a moment to address something that’s actually serious. For those of you who haven’t heard, Tina Wesson’s son and Katie Collins’ brother, Taylor, was killed in a car accident a couple days ago. I think I can speak for the entire Survivor fandom when I say, our thoughts are with their entire family and we are so sorry for their more »

Namaste, Bitches. 1 Comment

First of all, sorry I’ve been missing for the past couple weeks. Life has been crazy, but I’m back. I’m sure you all missed me greatly. Let’s get into it. After Tribal Council Everyone is comforting Ciera for voting out her mom. It was probably the best thing for Ciera’s game, though. Being a single in this game is much more powerful than a couple, as long as the couplesread more »

“This is When Survivor Really Becomes Survivor” 1 Comment

Ah, the merge. This is my favorite time of the season… Galang So we start off the episode over at Galang after voting out Laura B. These four plan on sticking together, and for some reason, Vytas seems convinced that Aras has Gervase on his side. I’m not sure how Vytas came to this conclusion, but he’s very sure of himself. What the hell was Tina thinking, telling Monica she’sread more »

“It’s a Puzzle and I Can’t Even Spell!” 0 Comments

I hate to say I told you so, but…I don’t hate it. I love it. And this episode was not very exciting for me personally because I actually predicted what was going to happen, down to who lost on Redemption Island and who got voted out. Now, before I go getting a big head, I also realize that it wasn’t like what I predicted wasn’t completely obvious. But let meread more »

Survivor’s Golden Rule 2 Comments

I’d like to start by apologizing for my absence last week. I had jury duty and work and no time to write. So I may have missed writing about the Massage Heard (Felt?) Around the World, but at least I get to write about How Kat Voted Herself Out of Survivor. Pre-Credits with Galang I want to take this time to talk about how amazing Tyson is. As a human,read more »

The Adventures of the Coconut Bandits 1 Comment

So far, this season has yet to have a dud of an episode. No one is more surprised by how well this season has turned out than me. And last night’s episode did not disappoint. Redemption Island/The Duel We start off with poor John coming to RI and being greeted by a confused Candice and a sassy-as-ever Marissa. John being voted out only fuels Candice’s anger, which I can’t helpread more »

“We’re Not Playing Colton’s Game” 5 Comments

Here we are, back again for Episode 3 of Survivor: Blood vs. Water. I have a lot to say this week, so I’m just going to get right into it. Redemption Island For the first time in the history of Redemption Island, I think what happened during this segment was actually more interesting than the entirety of the rest of the episode. The interaction between Tyson and Rachel was myread more »

“We are Peace. We are Zen. We are Stupid!” 4 Comments

Here we are, back again for Episode Two of Survivor: Blood vs. Water. And, like the girl who doesn’t even go here in Mean Girls, “I just have a lot of feelings.” And I’m going to share them now. Redemption Island/The Duel We start this episode off with Candice and Rupert welcoming Marissa to Redemption Island. Marissa is pissed. I like it. I think angry Marissa is much more funread more »

Colton Cries and Rupert Says Good-bye 7 Comments

Welcome to the first edition of my Survivor blog! My focus for my blogs throughout the season will be analyzing the social games of the players. I work under the philosophy that as long as you aren’t egregiously unathletic or unintelligent, you can be fairly successful at this game just by understanding how to socialize with different types of people. I chose Tyson as my pick to win this seasonread more »