Do you want to play a game? Follow the words… Survivor writers across the internet come together once more in the season’s most sacred ritual: predicting how the jurors will vote. Last season, Austin Smith...
This season, Rob and Stephen decided to reverse the curse (of Wigler’s Wombats?) by moving the Know It Alls live show to Boston instead of New York. While this didn’t stop most of the usual...
Sarah Channon returns to the RHAP blogs to analyze the gameplay of the remaining contestants from Survivor: Ghost Island and break down everything from the merge.
Every season, the RHAP bloggers compete with other Survivor websites in Jury Jeopardy, a contest to predict the jurors’ votes. Jury Jeopardy—Heroes v Healers v Hustlers It’s the time of the season when Survivor writers...
Everyone makes mistakes, but not all mistakes are fatal. How likely are the individual Heroes, Healers, and Hustlers to survive their next error?
Sarah Channon carries on her tradition of recapping everything you missed at KIA Live because you weren't there (or because you were and don't remember).
She's written about them before and she will again. Sarah Channon gives a status update on advantages, relationships and women in Survivor in Déjà Vu.
Is Ryan the new Cochran or is this a lazy comparison? Sarah Channon and guest blogger Ianic Roy Richard debate.
Survivor's social game is all about making friends... and keeping them. How do real-world relationship pitfalls compare to in-game alliance problems?
2017 is the 5th anniversary of RHAP blogs. Here's the story of how the blogs were hosted by the podcast phenomenon, and what the platform meant to 14 fans.
Advantage-geddon arrived and Game Changers finished, leaving us with the question of who should be changing Survivor? Its cast, or production?
Survivor writers do battle across the internet in Jury Jeopardy. What are the RHAP bloggers' predictions for this season's jury?
For all the advantages in play, the power has shifted several times without them. If not extra votes and idols, exactly what is changing the game?
Strong men are dropping like flies in Game Changers. What dynamics created this gender bias and how did J.T. lean into a curve that was working against him?