Leave your feedback from Chapter 27 of The Evolution Of Strategy covering Survivor: Blood vs. Water
Monica could potentially have stolen Tyson's Survivor victory from him, but we ended up with the predictable yet satisfying end to a great season.
Before we close the books on Survivor Blood vs Water, Rob and Nicole get together to answer YOUR questions about the season and whats to come.
This week's Tribal Council is a cautionary tale. Remember folks, perform for the jury early and often.
The story has been reduced to Tyson’s adventure. If you aren’t convinced, I’d suggest you read the recap again. It was only about Tyson. So, the question is simple: Is the story showing us why Tyson loses or was it a panegyric to his skills?
Shane Powers is back on Rob Has a Podcast! Rob visits with Shane to discuss Survivor Blood vs Water and answers your voicemails with Jeff Pitman
Talking with the latest player eliminated from Survivor Blood vs water
LIVE at 10 pm ET, The Survivor Know-It-Alls recap Survivor Blood vs Water Episode 13 and take your questions.
Sarah Freeman explains how Gervase literally gains immunity on Survivor Blood vs Water only to lose it figuratively, while Hayden shocks even himself with a stand that is not his last.
All people involved showed some serious canjones. Everyone came to play this episode, even the ones who weren’t involved in the Russian roulette challenge showed a lot fire.
With Gervase repeatedly putting his foot in his mouth, Monica being practically irrelevant and Ciera having no shot at beating either big guy even with that bold move, it’s come down to only two possibilities: Either Tyson or Hayden wins. Which one will it be?
Boston Rob returns to RHAP to discuss Survivor Blood vs Water and the gameplay of his Heroes vs. Villains pal, Tyson Apostol
Talking with the latest player eliminated from Survivor Blood vs Water
LIVE at 10 pm ET, Kim Spradlin joins Rob Cesternino for a special episode of Survivor Know-It-Alls live after Blood vs Water episode 12
Ciera's decision might be inexplicable, but Sarah Freeman has to explain it anyway.