In an era when tribal council drama is the goal, the immunity idol is more vital than ever. How should it be played now, and can rocks ever be a substitute?
Faylor was over, but the evening was just getting started at the sixth Know-It-Alls Live show.
In her thought-provoking blog, Sarah Freeman asks readers to consider racial bias in our society and uses the current season of Survivor to explore this.
Younger women are not usually known for being aggressive Survivor players, but they dominated Kaoh Rong. What dynamics led this to happen and how feminist is the season?
Sarah Freeman explores the different perceptions of how Michele emerged victorious in Kaoh Rong.
The RHAP Bloggers choose their winner. Let's see how our pick compares to the choices made at Inside Survivor, Reality Blurred, and True Dork Times.
Kaoh Rong's post-merge has proven Sarah Freeman wrong in her assumptions about the young female players, and she couldn't be happier.
Sarah Freeman reports from the 5th Know-It-Alls live event.
Against all odds, Kaoh Rong has been a joy to watch. Sarah Freeman explains why, thanks to a lesson learned from an old friend of RHAP.
The tribe swap causes problems for players while revealing much to the fans. Sarah Freeman puts old moves into new context, breaks down the dynamics of the new tribes and predicts the likely power groups going into the merge.
Sarah Freeman looks at the mixed feelings that arise when we're served reality in our reality TV.
Kaoh Rong is defying Sarah Freeman's predictions, and that is a surprisingly good thing.