I don’t think I’ve ever felt quite so vindicated by the first episode of a season before. Never mind that a good many of my predictions were wrong, never mind that I was dreading a Matsinging, never mind that I haven’t the first idea how I’m going to unpick the insanity that went down… I’ve […]
Monica could potentially have stolen Tyson's Survivor victory from him, but we ended up with the predictable yet satisfying end to a great season.
This week's Tribal Council is a cautionary tale. Remember folks, perform for the jury early and often.
Sarah Freeman explains how Gervase literally gains immunity on Survivor Blood vs Water only to lose it figuratively, while Hayden shocks even himself with a stand that is not his last.
Ciera's decision might be inexplicable, but Sarah Freeman has to explain it anyway.
It's all about the mothers this week on Survivor 27 Blood vs Water, but does their demographic have a long term future? RHAP blogger Sarah Freeman discusses.
RHAP blogger, Sarah Freeman explains how, in Survivor, truth comes second to perception; it's on the latter that games are won or lost.
The blindside of Aras was foretold in no cryptic terms. RHAP blogger Sarah Freeman goes down the rocky path that led the Brothers Baskauskas to their fate.
Hold up, Bro. A new threat is on the rise.
With the tribes swapped and the merge looming, allegiances are shifting all over the place.
In this week's RHAP Survivor podcast, John Fincher had some strong views about the massage between Laura and Aras. RHAP blogger Sarah Freeman offers up an alternative take.
While the Culpeppers and Codys struggle to create a playbook for Blood vs. Water without destroying their own games, Caleb makes a tweak to standard Survivor strategy.
Blood vs Water has settled into an all too familiar pattern of one tribe losing all the challenges while the other carelessly avoids Tribal Council. Can Rachel actually make use of Redemption Island to salvage this season?
New alliances are popping up all over the place this week, and battle lines are being drawn, not just between blood and water, but also between old school and new school.
A radically different version of Survivor is upon us. RHAP blogger Sarah Freeman explores how the players are defining the rules of this new concept.