Rob Cesternino recap's "The Walking Dead" Season 4, Episode 6 and the return of "The Governor" with Josh Wigler
LIVE at 11 pm ET / 8 pm PT, Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler recap The Walking Dead, Season 4, Episode 5: Internment
Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler recap The Walking Dead, Season 4, Episode 4: Indifference
If you know me at all, you know two things: (1) Survivor is my all-time favorite television show, and (2) Lost is my all-time favorite television show.
Whether you’re a Thief or a Fighter or a Wizard or whatever, you need to hit your Ninja Moment to win Survivor. You need to transform and become the best version of your weird little self if you’re to blow past the competition and get that sweet, sweet million-dollar title.
LIVE at 10:30 pm ET, Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler recap "The Walking Dead" Season 4, Episode 3: Isolation
LIVE at 10:15 pm ET, Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler recap The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 2: Infected
Rob Cesternino talks to John Fincher about Survivor Blood vs Water Episode 5 and John's old tribemate, Laura Morett
Rob Cesternino recaps "The Walking Dead" Season 4 Premiere: 30 Days Without an Incident with Josh Wigler
During Philippines and Caramoan, I competed in a little Survivor game of my own: a fantasy league against two of my oldest friends, brothers Eric and Scott. We drafted our teams auction-style (in the spirit of Survivor's greatest reward challenge, of course), with each captain getting $100 total to bid on players.
Last season, Francesca Hogi became the first-ever contestant to be voted out twice. This season, Colton Cumbie emerged with an even more embarrassing record: the first-ever player to quit twice. I could not be more disappointed. I was very excited to see Colton play this season, almost in spite of myself. I wanted to see if he changed. I at least wanted to see him flame out in a spectacular Tribal Council. We were robbed.
It didn't have to go down like that. But I'm glad it did. It's nothing personal, Big Rupe, but I love that Survivor: Blood Vs. Water started off with your fuming, frustrated fireworks. It was tense. It was great television. And it set the tone for one bloodbath of a season.