The Survivor Cagayan merge arrived in episode 6, “Head of the Snake,” and ended in multiple idols and a member of one tribe turning on their former allies.
Survivor Cagayan players were upset that one of their own quit the show during season 28, episode 5, “We Found Our Zombies,” but Jeff Probst expressed admiration for the quitter and their rationale.
Survivor Cagayan’s Brains, Brawn, and Beauty tribes became two tribes during the first tribe swap during episode 4 of season 28.
Survivor Cagayan, season 28, premiered with the cast being divided into three tribes during a double-episode that had two Tribal Councils and two people voted out.
Deadliest Catch aired Phil Harris’ final episode, and it was better television and more emotionally engaging than pretty much anything else on TV this year.
We all know how much Donald Trump hates quitters, but we’ve also learned how much Donald Trump cannot criticize his celebrity cast members, which is perhaps the worst part about The Celebrity Apprentice. The typical firing goes something like this: You absolutely sucked at this task, you wrecked the sponsor’s product, but I love you, …
At just 22 years old, Erik Reichenbach has secured himself a place in reality TV history as “the dumbest Survivor ever,” as two contestants branded him last night, and also helped make Survivor Micronesia the best season ever–or at least, the best second half of a season ever.