Younger women are not usually known for being aggressive Survivor players, but they dominated Kaoh Rong. What dynamics led this to happen and how feminist is the season?
Sarah Freeman explores the different perceptions of how Michele emerged victorious in Kaoh Rong.
Scott Gallagher contemplates what the ending to the season means as it leaves him with more questions than answers.
Christine ranks the final contestants' ability to deliver clear, interesting and articulate answers as evidenced by some of their quotes.
Catherine Lucas flashes back to Caramoan and compares Tai to another emotional player.
Michel Trudeau explains why he strongly believes Aubry has the best case for winning according to the edit.
Scott Gallagher talks about demonic clowns, Russell Crowe, and dieting while he recaps Episode 13 of Survivor: Kaoh Rong.
Is Survivor part of Joe's 401K Plan? Christine explores the theory that Joe is not riding coattails because he can't hold on for more than 10 seconds.
Will Debbie's prophecy of a woman winning come true? Catherine Lucas explores how the women will hold up against the jury.
What happens when the last two players voted out had better edits than the five remaining in the game? Michel Trudeau examines how the Top 5 rate.
Scott Gallagher questions the appeal of Beyoncé and explains why he will not be watching Game of Thrones during the commercial breaks of his recap.
Will Tai go home with an idol in his pocket? Catherine Lucas goes back in time to examine why James left with two idols.
Did Aubry make the right move by telling Tai to trust his gut? Michel Trudeau discusses the players' moves and the jury's reactions.
Kaoh Rong's post-merge has proven Sarah Freeman wrong in her assumptions about the young female players, and she couldn't be happier.
Scott chooses another winner, but this time, he's committed as he recaps Episode 11of Survivor: Kaoh Rong.