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.
World's Apart's population of goats is increasing rapidly. What does this mean for the game?
Sarah Freeman discusses what to do in your Survivor Individual Game when it seems like you can't win.
As Survivor 30 Worlds Apart heads for it's merge, it's easy to count the numbers in Nagarote and Escameca. The hard part is pinpointing the sides. Sarah Freeman gives it a shot.
As Worlds Apart's game takes a turn into left field, Sarah Freeman speculates on the post-swap strategies and dynamics.
It's a slow week on Survivor Worlds Apart, so as well as updating the dynamics on each tribe, Sarah Freeman covers the Know It Alls live event.
Several players dropped their clothes this week on Survivor Worlds Apart. Sarah Freeman looks at what was revealed beyond the blur.
Sarah Freeman talks about how Survivor: Worlds Apart opens with a lot of game and a lot of fans.
The portrayal of women has always been a hot topic in Survivor. Sarah Freeman uses season 29 to illustrate how gender bias affects the game and show.
Nov 11, 2014 - Sarah Freeman checks in with her take on what San Juan Del Sur's cast are doing and how this season shapes up against the original Blood vs. Water.