This season, Rob and Stephen decided to reverse the curse (of Wigler’s Wombats?) by moving the Know It Alls live show to Boston instead of New York. While this didn’t stop most of the usual crew from attending, many New Yorkers decided that while we can come to them, they don’t come to us. Yes, […]
Survivor's social game is all about making friends... and keeping them. How do real-world relationship pitfalls compare to in-game alliance problems?
For all the advantages in play, the power has shifted several times without them. If not extra votes and idols, exactly what is changing the game?
Icons came together and chaos ensued... both on and off screen. Sarah Channon reports on the seventh live Know It Alls event.
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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.
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?
Lita Brillman shares her thesis, which deals with race and gender issues on 30 seasons of Survivor. Lita provides data and insight for consideration.
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.
Sarah Freeman looks at the mixed feelings that arise when we're served reality in our reality TV.