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Survivor 2015: Exit Interview with the Latest Player Voted out of Cambodia – 10/08/15

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Rob Cesternino talks with the third player to be voted out of Survivor: Cambodia in our weekly exit interview podcast.  Then, Rob welcomes back Jordan Kalish (@JordanKalish) to talk about what went down on this week in Survivor History

Survivor Cambodia Exit Interview with Peih-Gee Law who got voted off Season 31 on October 7, 2015

Rob asks the following questions of Peih-Gee and more:

  • Can Peih-Gee explain what Jeff Varner was trying to do after the challenge?
  • Was there anything that Peih-Gee could have done to win Abi-Maria back over?
  • Does Peih-Gee regret trying to target Abi at this vote?
  • How did the target get off of Varner and on to Peih-Gee so quickly?
  • Has Peih-Gee been upset with herself for not swinging with the Old School players on the first vote to take out Abi-Maria?
  • How much credit does Peih-Gee give to Tasha and Savage in being able to flip the numbers or was this just a case of them being on the right tribe with Abi-Maria?
  • How did Peih-Gee approach this swap differently than the tribe swap in Survivor China which resulted in a similar numerical advantage for her original tribe in that season?
  • Was there ever a discussion of throwing the challenge?
  • What really went down at Bracelet-Gate?
  • Just how limited were the supplies at the new Angkor camp?
  • What would be the best advice she could have given herself if she could have talked to the Peih-Gee from May of 2015?

 

Survivor 2015: Exit Interview with the Latest Player Voted Out of Survivor Cambodia

Survivor 2015: Exit Interview with the Latest Player Voted Out of Survivor Cambodia

Be sure to check back later today for Rob’s interview with Denise Stapley (late Thursday) and voicemails with Antonio Mazzaro.

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For More on Peih-Gee’s First Game in Survivor China Check out Chapter 15 of The Evolution of Strategy


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