A blindside during Survivor 41 episode 10’s Tribal Council sent another major character and player to the jury, but it wasn’t the blindside that made this episode so great: it was the emphasis on relationships between the players.
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The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles reunites seven of nine cast members to discuss their time together in 1993. What interests me the most about the show is learning who has grown and changed in the intervening decades, and who is stuck.
Survivor 41 lost two of its biggest, most-interesting characters in two major blindsides, thanks to an episode 9 twist that divided the merged tribe back into two smaller tribes and sent them to Tribal Council separately.
A wild Survivor 41 Tribal Council provided a lot of entertaining moments for the merged tribe, but followed a major twist that reversed the results of last week’s episode.
The merge arrived on Survivor 41, and like everything else, was unnecessarily over-complicated, bringing back Exile Island and skipping Tribal Council—and probably erasing everything next week.
JoJo Siwa’s performance on Dancing with the Stars season 30’s Horror Night sent me on a quest to find the song, a haunting and jazzy remix of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes.”
After an episode that focused almost entirely on advantages instead of people playing the game, Survivor 41 episode 4 rebounded, giving us great moments in an episode that seemed to have been edited and produced 10 years ago, which was so very welcome.