Scott Gallagher changes his winner prediction and places it all on one horse. Perhaps this player will be kidnapped by Others if idols combine.
Is it better to be assertive or just let the men think you are following their lead? Catherine Lucas explores the social games of female players.
Michel Trudeau examines the finer points of the edit as he discusses the characters and their stories on Survivor: Kaoh Rong.
Scott Gallagher recaps "Play or Go Home." During commercials, Scott rants about Ben Affleck and wonders how casting makes decisions, among other topics.
The tribe swap causes problems for players while revealing much to the fans. Sarah Freeman puts old moves into new context, breaks down the dynamics of the new tribes and predicts the likely power groups going into the merge.
What do Jean-Robert Bellande and Anna Khait have in common? Definitely not how they were perceived by others in the game of Survivor.
Who are the frontrunners and whose edit indicates he/she may not make the merge? Michel Trudeau analyzes the characters and their stories.
Should you throw a challenge to take out a threat before a tribe swap? Catherine Lucas muses over whether the Brains should have sacrificed Peter.
The Characters and Their Stories: Michel Trudeau examines the players' prospects of winning based on their edits.
Scott Gallagher narrates the medevac with commercial breaks discussing Stephen King, the Republican Party, Ghostbusters, and the demise of MTV.
Sarah Freeman looks at the mixed feelings that arise when we're served reality in our reality TV.
Has Debbie taken control of the Brains tribe? Catherine Lucas looks back at Survivor: Micronesia to compare her to another female who took fate into her own hands.
The Characters and Their Stories: Michel Trudeau examines the edit on Survivor: Kaoh Rong and chooses a frontrunner.
Is Nick the Terminator sent to find John Connor? Will President Peter Obama be voted out of office? Scott Gallagher recaps this week's episode.
Kaoh Rong is defying Sarah Freeman's predictions, and that is a surprisingly good thing.