The editing of Silky Nutmeg Ganache is sending mixed messages. Are we supposed to love her or or loathe her or both?
Recaps and analysis of reality TV show episodes, including nearly every episode of CBS' Survivor.
After completing a completely pointless task in L.A., The Amazing Race teams headed to Tokyo, where there were some laughs and fun moments, but nothing new.
Survivor: Edge of Extinction had two immunity challenges and two long overdue votes, but of course the people voted out are still on the show and in the game.
Survivor: Edge of Extinction episode 9 ignored the reward challenge and headed to Tribal Council early, because that’s where the real drama was.
This week on Survivor, Kama faced pressure to fracture, Lauren fainted, and a challenge offered another pathetic excuse for a reward.
So many players and twists and changes to the game, so little time to make it make sense.
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On a special double episode of Survivor, things finally started happening, including a two-tribe Tribal Council.
A solid series of episodes in Macau ended an enjoyable season with a deserving winner, but there was a pointless final elimination before the finale.
The tribe swap was an excellent metaphor for this season: nothing happened.
Imagine if ABC marketed this season around Colton’s compassion, honesty, and vulnerability instead of his virginity?
Jeff Probst said that this “a very complex, layered game only eight days in,” but saying a thing does not make it true.
Hoarders returned with a two-hour episode after being off the air for two years. It started off feeling unnecessary, but proved its worth by the end.
Colton’s fence-jump finally aired, and it was a logical response to a crazy show—and may just pop The Bachelor’s fantasy bubble.
On the second episode of season 38, someone found an idol, a tribe considered a real blindside but took the easy way out instead, and Jeff Probst had fun with snakes.