The mystery of Survivor 42’s Ponderosa has deepened now that Rob Cesternino edited out a significant part of his interview with Omar, during which Omar discussed his “traumatizing” experience.
Survivor 42 ended after Lindsay, Jonathan, Maryanne, Mike, and Romeo faced two challenges and then the jury, and ended the season with a winner as satisfying and joyful as the season itself.
Survivor 42 has been much more of an enjoyable viewing experience for many reasons, including a major change in the way episodes have been edited.
With just three Tribal Councils left before the end of the game, a player whose plan was dismissed took the game into their own hands, and did something incredible.
“Never seen a moment like this,” Jeff Probst said at the end of Tribal Council, which set a new standard for incredible exits. Alas, his own dumb game of chance, the Do or Die twist, once again threatened to make all kinds of great game play irrelevant.
A wonderful, old-fashioned episode of Survivor that focused on strategy we got to see, and the downfall of one player that was so delicious, even they appreciated it.
Survivor: Life at Ponderosa has been a gift since 2007, showing us behind the scenes of life after Survivor with the jury. But where can we watch Survivor 42’s Ponderosa videos?