Each Thursday after Survivor, Rob Cesternino talks with the latest player voted out of the game. Today Rob speaks with the latest player voted out of Season 33. Then Jordan Kalish returns to play another round of the “This Week in Survivor History Quiz Show “.
Exit Interview with the Latest Player Who Got Voted out of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, Paul Wachter
Despite suffering from a devastating Met’s loss, Rob was able to sit down with the latest cast member who was voted out of Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen-X, Paul Wachter. Paul Wachter was also able to tough it out and talk to Rob despite the brewing hurricane. Rob pointed out how Paul Wachter saying was a perfect metaphor for the episode he was voted off of. Paul Wachter defended himself, claiming that Jessica was paranoid and took what he said to the extreme. Paul Wachter sung praises about Jessica Lewis momentarily, but said that she worried too much and that her paranoia got the best of her.
Paul Wachter emphasized that he believed that his alliance would make it to the merge, whether or not the men and women split up later on in the game. Later on, Paul Wachter discussed how he had an admiration for David Wright, even admitting to underestimating him. In regards to his elimination, Paul Wachter felt blindsided going into the tribal council, but admitted that it was his own mouth that put him in that situation. When asked if Ken did a better job with fishing, Paul responded that catching fish was a group effort while also praising Ken for his survivor skills. Paul also expressed his disappointment of how Ken didn’t want to play the game and join the alliance.
Chris Hammons and Bret Labelle were Paul Wachter’s closest allies by his own admission. Paul also felt close with Jessica, despite being told she was a photographer. However, Lucy Huang made Paul the most suspicious with her, not knowing whether or not he could trust her. The medical incident on the show had Paul terrified, giving it above a 10/10 rating. Paul commented on how he rarely gets sick and how, in words, spooky it was. David Wright was also paranoid according to Paul Wachter, having no idea that David Wright was scheming with the Millennials on voting off Gen-X members. However, Paul did express how happy he was to be able to meet the Millennials and how they discussed the “showmance” they had openly.
On the first vote, Paul discussed why he and others decided to vote Rachel Ako. Paul elaborated on how Rachel would go after him and others and how eager she was to win as soon as possible. On texting, Paul admits to texting more and proudly uses “you” instead of “u”. Treasure hunting is what attracted Paul to try Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen-X. After praising the way Survivor handles situations, he was invited on the show. Rob was surprised how Paul Wachter wasn’t salty at all, and went on to play against Jordan Kalish for the Survivor History quiz.
Be sure to check back again on Thursday and Friday for our interview with Aras Baskauskas and our feedback show with Haley Strong