A recap and analysis of “Vote Early, Vote Often,” the fifth episode of Survivor Game Changers, on which Sandra tried to turn the tribe against Tai.
Alex Apple writes about episode seven of MTV’s Stranded with a Million Dollars, “Lines in the Sand,” on which two alliances of two faced off.
A brief review and recap of The Amazing Race season 29 premiere “We’re Coming for you, Phil,” which sent teams of strangers to Panama.
A recap and analysis of Survivor Game Changers episode four, “Dirty Deed,” during which Sandra plotted against J.T. and Debbie railed against the world.
Episode six of Stranded with a Million Dollars, “Til Sickness Do Us Part,” saw the exit of two members of the campers’ alliance because of medical problems.
What happened during Tribal Council during Survivor Game Changers’ “The Tables Have Turned” episode? Whatever it was, it was the result of Probst’s twists.
The tribe swap gods gave us Caleb and Tai again, and then they took Caleb away—on day nine, no less, the same day he exited the game last time, as he reminded us several times. Tribe swaps have often delivered drama on Survivor, but honestly, this one didn’t, and as a result, it really annoyed me. An… continue reading
Alex Apple reflects about his participation in MTV’s Stranded with a Million Dollars, and answers your questions about the tent and strategy.
What the first seven minutes of Survivor Game Changers lacked in drama, the next 113 made up for over and over again. The show exploded out of the gate—starting immediately after that preview cut off, when the tribes started gathering supplies, and Ozzy flew off the boat to go for a floating toolkit and Tai fell overboard with a huge chicken crate coming crashing down on top of him as he hit the water.
And that was before the real game play began.
Alex Apple recaps episode three of MTV’s Stranded with a Million Dollars, “Stirring the Pot”; interviews Chris; and answers your questions.
In its first episode, Marcus Lemonis’ new CNBC series The Partner definitely reminded me of another show—but it was not The Apprentice, the show that this competition was immediately compared to when it was first announced last January.
Top Chef Charleston went from a weak starting cast to a strong final three, Shirley, Brooke, and Sheldon, and made up for its awful plantation quickfire.
Alex Apple recaps episode two of MTV’s Stranded with a Million Dollars, “Group Bye,” and answers questions about confessional interviews and clothing.
Stranded with a Million Dollars contestant Alex Apple writes about episode one, “Game of Drones,” including his strategy and survival in a rainy shelter.
The “Sandra” episode of Hoarders was an exceptional example of the A&E show at its absolute best. And it broke both Dr. Zasio and Matt Paxton.