In this week's Lessons in Survivor History, Catherine revisits Ami's fatal decision to target Eliza when weighing Hannah's and Adam's options.
Catherine goes back to South Pacific to compare Will's game to that of Albert Destrade in this week's Lessons in Survivor History.
Catherine looks back at the gameplay of America's favorite ice cream scooper, Erik Reichenbach to explore how misplaced trust can send players home.
This week, Catherine explores passive players like Sunday and Will and goes back to Survivor: Gabon to dissect Matty's strategy in Lessons in Survivor History.
In this week's Lessons in Survivor History, Catherine looks back at how Yul overcame huge obstacles in his game and what Jay should take from that.
Catherine Lucas explores the topic of trusting in allies by looking back on Corinne's mistake in Caramoan of trusting Dawn in Lessons in Survivor History.
This week in Lessons in Survivor History, Cat does the unthinkable: She compares Adam's move to that of Shambo, and questions if his flipping was right.
Catherine looks at the decisions that players need to make with the tribe swap and how they compare to Michael Jefferson's dilemma in One World.
This week in Lessons in Survivor History, Catherine revisits Guatemala to look at the original golden boy, Blake Towsley, to explore mistakes being made.
This week in Lessons in Survivor History, Catherine Lucas goes back to Tocantins to explore Erinn Lobdell's 'nothing to lose' strategy to that of David.
This week in Lessons in Survivor History, Catherine Lucas compares LJ McKanas' game to that of Zeke and Adam and wonders if conventional play still works.
Catherine Lucas briefly explores the Cool Kids' Alliance of Caramoan before her more in-depth look at Amanda's strategy from Survivor: China.