– In the latest Baker’s Dozen, Andy Baker analyzes the choices the castaways are making. Like many of you, I play a number of different roles in my life: I’m a writer, an English teacher, a husband and father… and a squash coach. (If you’re not familiar with squash, it’s a cousin of racquetball.) […]
Corinne's not the only dominatrix this season as women are leading the plotting over and under the radar on both tribes. This week also saw a successful tie-breaker but what was the vital flaw in its execution, and where does an anticipated tribal swap leave everybody's game?
The recap reminded us that the Fans’ camp was filled with disorder. The only thing coming together was the couples’ alliance. The Favorites had a clear division: Phillip’s alliance, Stealth-R-Us, was calling the shots, leaving Brandon, Erik and Brenda on the outside, looking in. Brandon: “He is treating people like garbage and I don’t like that… Inspector Gadget thought he could pull his special agent tricks but you don’t want to fight with me.”
It's like the headline reads, but with a bleeped-out expletive and italics for emphasis: there are too many f***ing people on Survivor Caramoan. Join me below in The Wiggle Room and we'll discuss further. --- "WAIT, WHO IS JULIA?"
The winner of Survivor Philippines, Denise Stapley, gives us her thoughts on the game Malcolm is playing in Caramoan and her take on her own victory last season.
Rob Cesternino talks with the most recent person voted off Survivor