New alliances are popping up all over the place this week, and battle lines are being drawn, not just between blood and water, but also between old school and new school.
Here’s what’s great about the Loved Ones twist—for the first time in 27 seasons of Survivor, there’s a real incentive not to Pagong. There’s a valid strategic argument for working with the other tribe after the merge, because each of these players has real and deep vested interests in relationships on both sides.
This week let’s open it up to the masses! I’m going with comparing each pair to a movie Cop-ish pair. Keep in mind this is not a thesis paper for a Harvard class, so some of the comparisons are going to be strong and some are going to seem like a litttttttttttle bit of a stretch.
We have been presented with two conflicting ways to play the game. Some want to play hard and fast while others want to be patient and avoid the drama. What’s the most fascinating aspect of this duality is that both come from advices given by Monica. She told Brad that he had to “hit the ground running” but she also told Colton that Survivor requires patience since it lasts 39 days.
Rob Cesternino talks to John Carroll about the latest episode of Survivor Blood vs Water and John's thoughts on Colton Cumbie
LIVE at 10 pm ET / 7 pm PT, Rob Cesternino and Stephen Fishbach recap Episode 2 of Survivor Blood vs Water.