A recap and analysis of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s season finale, on which Adam, Dave, Hannah, Ken, and Jay battled for $1 million.
Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X
I’m attempting to predict the votes of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X jury members, though the word “guessing” might be more accurate.
Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s “Slayed the Survivor Dragon” episode was two in one, with two easy votes that cleared the field for next week’s finale.
A recap and analysis of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s 11th episode, “About the Have a Rumble,” which featured family visits and a crotch idol.
On Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, Adam Klein shared the story of his mother Susie’s lung cancer. She died in May, just after the season concluded. Adam is now raising money and awareness in her name.
A recap and analysis of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s episode 10, “Million Dollar Gamble,” a two-hour episode that aired on Thanksgiving eve.
Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X is airing a two-hour episode tonight titled “Million Dollar Gamble,” during which two people will be voted out.
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X episode 9, “Still Throwin’ Punches,” on which the Survivors ate and ate, and Taylor’s food hoard became strategy.
A recap Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X episode 8, “I’m the Kingpin,” on which the tribes merged, Adam targeted Will, and Hannah tried to eat Probst.
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X episode seven, “I Will Destroy You,” which includes behinds-the-scenes details about Survivor’s balls.
Taylor Stocker’s girlfriend is pregnant, but he’s not in a relationship with Jessica “Figgy” Figueroa. But his relationships with the two women did overlap.
A recap of “The Truth Works Well,” episode six of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, on which Michaela Bradshaw proved herself to be this season’s star.
A recap of “Idol Search Party,” on which Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X tribes became three, and then turned on each other.
There’s a disturbing trend on Survivor: people of color are more likely to receive votes at early Tribal Councils. Why is this happening? Is it racism? Or something else?
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s episode four, on which several players demonstrated odd strategy, and Probst was hit by a wave.
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s third episode, “Your Job is Recon,” during which we got a lesson in generational texting habits.
A report on top-paid television talent says Survivor host Jeff Probst makes more per episode than Shark Tanks’s sharks and the star of Scandal.
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s second episode, “Love Goggles,” on which Figgy and Tails’ make-out sessions made them a target.
For a Survivor premiere, Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X had just about everything: choices, alliances, idol searches, a brand-new twist, miserable weather, beautiful cinematography capturing the miserable weather, a mass evacuation, paranoia, bros, puzzle failure, and an unexplained vote.
For an episode titled “May the Best Generation Win,” it had plenty of generation-defining generalizations. By the time the challenge rolled around, host and showrunner Jeff Probst was already body-shaming the Gen X tribe as a bunch of fat asses who couldn’t fit through part of a challenge, an obstacle through which the millennials’ lithe bodies just slipped through.
Tropical Cyclone Zena passed by Fiji on April 6 and led to the evacuation of both tribes camps and all 20 players on Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X.
Jeff Probst’s reaction was priceless.