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.
A year after writing about the gender issues in San Juan Del Sur, Sarah Freeman looks at the implications for Kaoh Rong's female cast.
RHAP's resident Brit, Sarah Freeman, gives her perspective on why the United Kingdom's version of Survivor failed.
Stephen Fishbach has gone but do the voting blocs remain? Sarah Freeman gives her verdict on Stephen's legacy in the game.
The battle for Survivor Cambodia's post-merge numbers may have been won, but the war is still undecided. Sarah Freeman breaks down the new dynamics.
The worst case scenario for a Survivor is based not on the island but back home. This week, Terry Deitz became the first person to leave the game due to a family emergency.
Sarah Freeman speculates on two great mysteries: How do you play Survivor and how on earth has nobody from Cagayan been booted yet?
At Survivor 30 Worlds Apart's end, not everybody may have got the closure they wanted, but we all have to take the closure we're given.
While the strategies of Worlds Apart have finished in a muddled heap, the season itself marches on to a seemingly inescapable conclusion.
A power player went home on World's Apart, so what's happened to the pecking order? Sarah Freeman tries to work out the current hierarchy.
A big move this episode left Mike with no allies, but he's got the enemy right where he wants them.
After a difficult week, the emotions need analyzing as much as the strategy in Worlds Apart.