The Rob Has a Podcast bloggers preview the cast of returning players for Survivor: Game Changers and make their predictions for the winner.
To date, only one person has won Survivor twice, and it wasn't through recommended game practices. What does Sandra's success mean for our view of the game?
J.T.'s Final Tribal Council performance has been largely overlooked in Survivor history. Sarah Channon explains why it's worth closer examination.
Want to hook your friends on the show? Cirie Fields might just be the answer. Sarah Channon takes a look back at this versatile player's Survivor career.
Survivor websites do battle in the return of Jury Jeopardy! What predictions do the RHAP bloggers have for this season's jury vote?
In an era when tribal council drama is the goal, the immunity idol is more vital than ever. How should it be played now, and can rocks ever be a substitute?
Here is our RHAP blog schedule for Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X as well as links to blogs for each current episode.
Faylor was over, but the evening was just getting started at the sixth Know-It-Alls Live show.
In her thought-provoking blog, Sarah Freeman asks readers to consider racial bias in our society and uses the current season of Survivor to explore this.
: Rob Has a Podcast Bloggers Dan Heaton, Sarah Freeman, Catherine Lucas, Michel Trudeau, Christine Lariviere, and Scott Gallagher discuss the new Survivor: Milennials vs. Gen X cast.
Who would win a season of Survivor with all the first boots? We're drafting the players we'd pick with our lives on the line with Angie Caunce, Curt Clark and Sarah Freeman.
Younger women are not usually known for being aggressive Survivor players, but they dominated Kaoh Rong. What dynamics led this to happen and how feminist is the season?
Sarah Freeman explores the different perceptions of how Michele emerged victorious in Kaoh Rong.
The RHAP Bloggers choose their winner. Let's see how our pick compares to the choices made at Inside Survivor, Reality Blurred, and True Dork Times.
Kaoh Rong's post-merge has proven Sarah Freeman wrong in her assumptions about the young female players, and she couldn't be happier.