Do you want to play a game? Follow the words… Survivor writers across the internet come together once more in the season’s most sacred ritual: predicting how the jurors will vote. Last season, Austin Smith...
Michel Trudeau comes out of retirement for a special edition The Characters and Their Stories blog for Survivor 35. Do you agree with his assessment?
2017 is the 5th anniversary of RHAP blogs. Here's the story of how the blogs were hosted by the podcast phenomenon, and what the platform meant to 14 fans.
Survivor writers do battle across the internet in Jury Jeopardy. What are the RHAP bloggers' predictions for this season's jury?
This week in The Characters and Their Stories, it's classic Michel as he narrates the edit of the latest double elimination on Survivor: Game Changers.
This week in The Characters and Their Stories, Michel narrates the story as a murder mystery. Who killed FFSDT? Tune in to find out.
In The Characters and Their Stories, Michel Trudeau examines the episode through the eyes of sportscasters since it was one long challenge.
Michel is back with The Characters and Their Stories where Probst is confronted with questions such as how no one saw Sarah get off the boat.
Michel Trudeau transcribes the confessionals and looks at the double episode from Ozzy's point of view in The Characters and Their Stories.
This week, Michel adds a touch of cynicism as he discusses each player's chance of having the final metamorphosis in The Characters and Their Stories.
Michel Trudeau looks at this week's hit on Sandra through the eyes of Probst's #1, Boston Rob, in The Characters and Their Stories.
In this week's The Characters and Their Stories, Michel delves into Schrödinger's Many-Worlds Theory to analyze the players' standings.
Michel shows us the subtle bread crumbs the editors left to signal who was going home in this week's The Characters and Their Stories.
Michel Trudeau discusses how players were affected by the tribe swap and predicts their prospects based on the edit in The Characters and Their Stories.