– We just had a double elimination, and all Guest Blogger Andy Baker wants to talk about is the merge and the jury. If you want to know what he has to say about pre-merge jurors… if you want to know just how many Survivor commandments were violated this week… and if you want to see him admit just how wrong he was in his pre-season cast assessment, then you can’t miss this Baker’s Dozen!
Jessica Liese takes a long, strong, and hard look at this week's episode, including why this Fast Forward is the best (or worst) in years and how third-world countries tend to show teams' true colors.
Time to stop beating a dead horse. Survivor Philippines has done away with the Blue Tribe. Absorbed into Kalabaw and Tandang, the Matsing Two are separated and stranded behind enemy lines. Guest blogger Glenn Holford tells us how they were able to turn their games around.
Amazing Race blogger Eric Curto is back with a video recap from Episode 3 of the Amazing Race featuring some very inappropriate comments from James and Jaymes aka The Chippendale.
While Matsing are united in adversity, Kalabaw and Tandang are starting to fracture as they wait for their chance to actually play the game. The question of the week is can an individual player profit from sowing chaos so early, or is it better for the tribe as a whole to stay strong until the merge.
Amazing Race blogger Jessica Liese gives us a brief history lesson on the U-turn and evaluates the remaining teams in one of the Race's strongest packs ever.
After yet another spectacular display of challenge incompetence, Matsing drags themselves to a fourth Tribal Council. Guest blogger Glenn Holford is singin’ the Blues over the loss of Russell Swan.
10/13/12 – Survivor Blogger Andy Baker delves into the narrative developments and editing undercurrents of Survivor: Philippines. Which castaways are endgame factors? Which players are doomed for an early departure? The answers to these questions – and more! – can be found in this week’s Baker’s Dozen!
LIVE on Tuesday, 10/9 at 12 pm ET / 9 am PT - Rob Cesternino recaps this week's latest episode of The Amazing Race, plus we preview the next episode of Survivor Philippines with our team of Survivor reporters.
Eric Curto is back with another Amazing Race video recap. This week Eric gives us the entire amazing race episode in a few mere minutes.
Amazing Race blogger Jessica Liese reports on why the downfall of Amy and Daniel is just another example of why it doesn't pay to make alliances on The Amazing Race.
– After another week of immunity challenge ineptitude from Matsing, Guest Blogger Andy Baker has had enough! In the latest Baker’s Dozen, he questions the Survivor casting process, and wonders if there might be an ulterior motive to the decidedly unbalanced design of this season’s three tribes. If you’re fond of Survivor, conspiracy theories, and righteous indignation, you can’t miss this Baker’s Dozen!
The Hidden Immunity Idol is a concept gone stale these past few seasons, and Guest Blogger Sarah Freeman has been arguing for getting rid of it... until now. What are the producers doing right for the idol to be an influence on all three tribes? Plus a total breakdown of the dynamics on Matsing and Tandang – and a partial breakdown of Kalabaw (a.k.a. Jonathan, Jeff and the young'uns).
With a third-straight loss, the Matsing tribe looks to be in dire straights. Is there anything that can save this sinking ship? Guest blogger Glenn Holford discusses the possible future of Survivor Philippine’s resident underdog tribe.
Introducing the first ever guest video blog on Rob Has a Website. Eric Curto recaps the Amazing Race premiere and gives us his thoughts on the new batch of players.