Survivor: Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers Exit Interview with the Fifth Boot
Every Thursday, Rob Cesternino will speak with the latest player voted off of Survivor 35 plus Jordan Kalish’s “This Week in Survivor History Quiz”
It Looks Like the Bellhop Can Play a Fiddle
After social worker Roark Luskin finally dipped her torch in the fire, her social game was part of the reason her torch was snuffed only a little while later. Roark admits that Ryan played her and Ali like a fiddle, in part after discovering that he was the decoy boot, moped around to convince Roark that he would go home. She also wishes that she would have sat out of the immunity challenge but had no choice in the matter.
Cole’s Hypocrisy Prevented Roark’s Elaborate Scheme
According to Roark, what ultimately went wrong in the challenge was not Chrissy’s lack of balance but Yawa not throwing the challenge. On the old Healers tribe, Roark tried to convince the group to throw a challenge, but Cole refused to do so. Her elaborate plan should they have lost was for Joe and Dr. Mike to vote for each other, have Cole vote for Dr. Mike, and have the three women blindside Cole.
Roark’s Plans from the Healers Tribe
Additionally, Desi was her ride-or-die, and she felt that she had Dr. Mike because he opened up to Roark the first few days, as well as Jessica. Lastly, on Soko, she wishes she took action when she saw Ryan sleeping next to Chrissy and JP, to Ali to get a target on Ryan.
This Week in Survivor Podcasts
Friday: Recap with guests Brad and Monica Culpepper
Saturday: RHAP B&B with Mike Bloom, Liana Boraas, and guest Brent Wolgamott
Sunday: Why Roark Lost with David Bloomberg and Jessica Lewis
Monday: Voicemails with guest Jessica Liese
Tuesday: Wiggle Room with Josh Wigler