This week Christian explores advantages, being a decoy, and learning the wrong lessons in Diplomatic View. He also takes a look at Cole's blunder.
Christian Williams looks at showmances, hero moments, and resonance with fans in this week's Diplomatic View for episode 3 of Survivor 35.
Christian Williams examines the second episode of Survivor: Heroes vs Healers vs Hustlers. This week, he tackles the problem of being the puzzle solver.
Christian Williams is back with Diplomatic View. This week he looks at two tales of one idol, bitter juries, and Alan's poor decision-making skills.
Christian Williams wraps up the season looking at Brad's million dollar mistake, ignoring Aubry's advice and explores whether Survivor is fixed.
Christian Williams is back with commentary on that crazy tribal council and a look at the chances each player has in a Diplomatic View.
The themes this week in Diplomatic View explore breaking a deadlock, Sarah's expert testimony, and how aiming for optimal may have hurt Zeke's game.
In the Diplomatic View, Christian explores the importance of having a vision of the full playing field and the (un)advantage of the vote steal.
Christian dissects 'big moves,' and ponders the challenge of being Ozzy as well as Debbie's surprising ascension in Diplomatic View.
This week's Diplomatic View looks at: the line on acceptable gameplay, the strategic problem with Varner's decision, Brad's growing coalition and the merge.
Christian Williams looks at Debbie's visit to the Love Boat, Sandra's classy exit, and the power of perception in Diplomatic View.
In this installment of Diplomatic View, Christian Williams looks at Hurricane Debbie, the Legacy of JT, and Sandra's Art of War.
Christian Williams looks at production's need for new twists, JT's bad move, and Brad's bad decision in this week's Diplomatic View.
Christian Williams takes a Diplomatic View on the Art of War and how enemies become allies after a tribe swap as well as Brad's very good day.
Christian Williams is back with Diplomatic View to delve into Probst's favorite topic of big moves as well as the concept of game changers.