Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X was so enjoyable because the likable cast recognized that in the end, it was really a metagame.
Christine looks at last week's episode and ponders Adam and Hannah's thought processes. Will and Sunday were threats?
Survivor websites do battle in the return of Jury Jeopardy! What predictions do the RHAP bloggers have for this season's jury vote?
In this week's Lessons in Survivor History, Catherine revisits Ami's fatal decision to target Eliza when weighing Hannah's and Adam's options.
Christian looks at the importance of timing, Jay's Idol play, Hannah's poor decision, and Adam's lack of risk in A Diplomatic View.
Michel wraps up his analysis in The Characters and Their Stories. He interprets the full moon imagery and what it means for his winner pick.
Christine looks back at the last four vote outs and realizes that Jay is in the driver's seat as the others vie for control while the casuals turn on Ken.
Catherine goes back to South Pacific to compare Will's game to that of Albert Destrade in this week's Lessons in Survivor History.
In A Diplomatic View, Christian explores the myth of the "big move", Wlll's secret scene, idol play, and Ken's disastrous episode.
Michel Trudeau looks at what the edit showed and failed to show us to determine his pick for Sole Survivor.
Scott Gallagher recaps the latest episode and correctly predicts Adam's idol play.
In an era when tribal council drama is the goal, the immunity idol is more vital than ever. How should it be played now, and can rocks ever be a substitute?
Catherine looks back at the gameplay of America's favorite ice cream scooper, Erik Reichenbach to explore how misplaced trust can send players home.
In A Diplomatic View, Christian looks at tipping points: when a player reacts to another player rather than makes a play in his/her best interest.