In an incredibly strong episode of Survivor season 1, Kelly bails on the Tagi four, but doesn’t join with Pagong members to vote out Rich, whose lack of clothing becomes a real problem that Jeff Probst even brings up at Tribal Council.
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Canada’s Drag Race premiered on cable TV in the United States on Monday, and revealed itself to be an updated version of the drag race competition.
Survivor Borneo’s eighth episode focuses a lot on Greg and Jenna, who end up receiving all of the votes at Tribal Council.
The merge brings two different kinds of strategies—and perhaps the first time in competition reality TV history that someone says “I didn’t come here to make friends.”
Survivor’s first merge is approaching, which both tribes know about, and Pagong is within seconds of its tribe name not becoming a familiar Survivor term, “Pagonging.”
Dirk said he was on Survivor “to have a great time,” but then God voted him off the island. Meanwhile, both challenges on Survivor Borneo episode 5 were left up to individuals—and one continued to perpetuate a stereotype.
In Survivor: Borneo episode four, Richard Hatch suggests creating alliances, but The Tagi Four alliance is born first between Kelly and Sue.
“Quest for Food,” episode 3 of Survivor Borneo, focuses mostly on the tribes’ attempts to find things to eat, but it’s what happened off-camera that led Stacey Stillman to sue.
My summer re-watch of Survivor Borneo continues with an episode that includes Rudy connecting with Rich, and B.B. alienating himself from his tribe.
Survivor: Borneo premiered 20 years ago. I’m going to spend the summer rewatching and doing what I didn’t do back in 2000: writing recaps analyzing the reality show that changed everything.
Survivor: Winners at War’s emotional and dramatic finale ended with a deserving winner (and final three), and closed a chapter in the show’s early history.
On Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition’s premiere, Johnny Bananas made drinks for Sonja Morgan while Wells Adams whined and Dave Coulier made dad jokes. It was amazing.
Between its family visit episode and now its modified version of Restaurant Wars, Top Chef All Stars LA has been on fire.
Survivor: Winners at War’s penultimate episode was pretty padded, despite having two Tribal Councils, an Edge challenge, and several extended recaps and previews.
Faced with challenges, one group of Survivor winners gave up, and the other pushed through. It was a disappointing turn of events.