The Survivor Know-It-Alls Recap David vs. Goliath Episode 13 LIVE
LIVE after episode 13 of Survivor: David vs. Goliath, Rob Cesternino & Stephen Fishbach recap the episode and take your questions.
After an episode that had the rocket scientist nearly invisible until his blindside at a Tribal Council that had two idols played, Stephen noted that he did not love Nick’s plan to find his own idol. Rob added that it could’ve worked really well if he let someone else find it similiar to David letting Jay find his fake idol in Millennials vs. Gen X. When it came to Davie having to decide whether to risk his vote, Rob really liked Davie’s decision to not risk his vote to extend the idol’s power because his vote is so powerful at the final 7.
Both Stephen and Rob agreed that Mike’s move to split the votes and take out Christian was a terrific move to take out a massive threat. Stephen liked Davie’s plan to try to get Nick out but Rob did not because it did not work. Conversely, Rob liked Mike’s move because he came up with it right before Tribal Council. Rob and Stephen noted how key timing is when making a big plan.
Rob and Stephen agreed that Nick should’ve told Davie of his idol plan pretty quickly, so that Davie didn’t think to start scheming against Nick. When it comes to chances of making it to the end, Rob would say that Nick and Davie have a 25% of chance of making it to the end, while Stephen has it at 35%.
Check out Stephen’s blog of the episode to see who gets the Fishy and much more here: Survivor Recap: Two Idols — and a Shocking Blindside
This Week’s Other Podcasts
- Thursday 12/13 – Survivor Exit Interview | Latest Player Out from David vs. Goliath – 12/13/18
- Friday 12/14 – Jeremy & Val Collins Recap Ep #13 of Survivor: David vs. Goliath
- Saturday 12/15 – Survivor 37 Episode 13 Feedback Show with Mike Bloom
- Saturday 12/15 – RHAP B&B with Liana Boraas and guests Aman Adwin and Pooya Zand Vakili
- Sunday 12/16 – Why _____ Lost with David Bloomberg and Jessica Lewis
- Tuesday 12/18 – Wiggle Room with Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler