What makes the ongoing debate surrounding Survivor's Hidden Immunity Idols once more interesting and timely is that a new idol strategy altogether has emerged. In this post-modern era of Survivor, castaways are boycotting the idols completely.
Colton Cumbie doesn’t deserve the honor of a Buffington Post analysis. We’ll save that for the people who compete. People like Brad Culpepper.
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Finale Week is upon us, Loyal Blog Readers! We’ve weathered the Caramoan storms of Hurricane Brandon and Tropical Storm Phillip. Our Survivor winner is emerging from its cocoon of mystery. In just 48 hours, someone will be getting that million dollar check. The future is bright, Loyal Blog Readers. The Survivor machine just keeps humming away.
– It’s Double Elimination Week, Loyal Blog Readers. These episodes usually err on the dull side, and are among my least favorite of any season. But tonight’s wasn’t too bad! Two stellar Immunity Challenges, followed by yet more idol hijinks and some meaty strategy talk. Brenda’s knee has healed. Cochran’s mighty torso has been […]
Even though it has often seemed that alliances might be fluid, and that a shake-up might be impending, the end result at Tribal Council has consistently been the same.
Partially Corinne simply outplayed herself, but I think it is also true that she was the victim of conspiring events. Chaotic elements swept through this newborn Enil Edam tribe. Sometimes the world just isn’t on your side.
The reboot button has been pushed on Survivor: Caramoan. With new tribes come new alliances and new strategic possibilities. The old game is gone. Fans Vs. Favorites is no more. Right?