Nick Maiorano joins Rob Cesternino to answer all of the questions from our listeners for episode 7 of Survivor: David vs. Goliath.
2017 is the 5th anniversary of RHAP blogs. Here's the story of how the blogs were hosted by the podcast phenomenon, and what the platform meant to 14 fans.
RHAP Amazon Shop: Amazon.com/shop/RHAP
Rob Cesternino welcomes the sneaky sneaky, two-time Survivor, Kelley Wentworth, back to the podcast to recap the Survivor 33 Episode 8.
Rob Cesternino welcomes Survivor: Kaôh R?ng's Nick Maiorano back to the podcast to recap the Survivor 33 Episode 7.
Kaoh Rong's Nick Maiorano joins Rob to discuss his game in Survivor Kaoh Rong and the mindset of the jury.
David Bloomberg discusses whether the latest player out lost the game according to his rules for Survivor
Dan Heaton describes the changing alliances that led to Nick's exit on Survivor 32: Kaoh Rong.
Against all odds, Kaoh Rong has been a joy to watch. Sarah Freeman explains why, thanks to a lesson learned from an old friend of RHAP.
Rob Cesternino talks to the latest player voted out of from Survivor Kaoh Rong
Dan Heaton discusses the abrupt halt following the merge due to the injuries on Survivor 32: Kaoh Rong.
Nick Maiorano rates his fellow castmates with Italics Guy, who really should get more confessionals.
Dan Heaton describes why Peter became the target and prepares for next week's merge on Survivor 32: Kaoh Rong.
May 19 - RHAP contributor Nick Maiorano shares his thoughts on a final two and the remaining castaways from season 28 of Survivor: Cagayan.
May 12, 2014 - Questions are incredibly important in Survivor. If you ask the right questions, often times you'll get the answers you need. If you're a player who is always answering questions or simply making statements unprovoked, you're not learning as much as those doing the inquiring.
May 5, 2014 - Although I've directed the beginning of this column towards the loud minority, it's the quiet majority I seek. The quiet, positive majority has the ability to drown out the loud, hateful minority and I'd love to see that happen one day.