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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Wed Dec 23, 2015 8:51 am

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I think Spencer would have won, but the jury was bitter towards him. Keith is just bad at the game. They are doing stupid Brawns vs Brains vs Beauty again, yawn.

Well why would they be bitter?
plus no votes at all is pretty bad , for both the other 2!

Some players like russel think only of getting to end, but dont understand the jury aspect.

like savage made a good point on spencer bullying or threatening jeremy at last TC.
He said it was stupid to do that in front of the jury.

I think Savage was the most bitter of all of them, for him to talk about bullying, he was a complete bully in Pearl Islands, I found it laughable. Also, one of the players in the new season was a player I hated on Big Brother, really didn't want to see him on my tv again lol.

Well I doubt savage would have done well with the jury either.

on casting this show, they do take people from other reality shows, maybe for ratings, they think if popular on the
other show, then it will bring in viewers to this show.
I disagree I hated those 2 girls they brought in from another show last time.

I would rather see ordinary people on the show.

I agree, I don't like them bringing other cast members on. Caleb, he calls himself BEast Mode Cowboy, was a complete douche bag. He wasn't popular at all, most people hated him, probably why they brought him on.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Tue Dec 22, 2015 9:20 pm

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I think Spencer would have won, but the jury was bitter towards him. Keith is just bad at the game. They are doing stupid Brawns vs Brains vs Beauty again, yawn.

Well why would they be bitter?
plus no votes at all is pretty bad , for both the other 2!

Some players like russel think only of getting to end, but dont understand the jury aspect.

like savage made a good point on spencer bullying or threatening jeremy at last TC.
He said it was stupid to do that in front of the jury.

I think Savage was the most bitter of all of them, for him to talk about bullying, he was a complete bully in Pearl Islands, I found it laughable. Also, one of the players in the new season was a player I hated on Big Brother, really didn't want to see him on my tv again lol.

Well I doubt savage would have done well with the jury either.

on casting this show, they do take people from other reality shows, maybe for ratings, they think if popular on the
other show, then it will bring in viewers to this show.
I disagree I hated those 2 girls they brought in from another show last time.

I would rather see ordinary people on the show.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:31 pm



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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:19 pm



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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:10 pm



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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:05 pm



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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:03 pm

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I think Spencer would have won, but the jury was bitter towards him. Keith is just bad at the game. They are doing stupid Brawns vs Brains vs Beauty again, yawn.

Well why would they be bitter?
plus no votes at all is pretty bad , for both the other 2!

Some players like russel think only of getting to end, but dont understand the jury aspect.

like savage made a good point on spencer bullying or threatening jeremy at last TC.
He said it was stupid to do that in front of the jury.

I think Savage was the most bitter of all of them, for him to talk about bullying, he was a complete bully in Pearl Islands, I found it laughable. Also, one of the players in the new season was a player I hated on Big Brother, really didn't want to see him on my tv again lol.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:14 pm

Brains vs Beauty again...... well if they have some people I can like I am good with it , I prefer the new
people over the all stars coming back.

Also I imagine they look at ratings and dvd sales on what type shows they do.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:12 pm

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I think Spencer would have won, but the jury was bitter towards him. Keith is just bad at the game. They are doing stupid Brawns vs Brains vs Beauty again, yawn.

Well why would they be bitter?
plus no votes at all is pretty bad , for both the other 2!

Some players like russel think only of getting to end, but dont understand the jury aspect.

like savage made a good point on spencer bullying or threatening jeremy at last TC.
He said it was stupid to do that in front of the jury.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Thu Dec 17, 2015 8:53 am

I think Spencer would have won, but the jury was bitter towards him. Keith is just bad at the game. They are doing stupid Brawns vs Brains vs Beauty again, yawn.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Thu Dec 17, 2015 12:41 am

Well you were right on F3.
I didnt really care to see any of them in final 3 except maybe spencer.
Jeremy played the family card, and it seems to have worked, as he won , seemed like he got all the votes.

Which means no one liked spencer, or Tasha.
Sort of came down to who they liked the most, not who played the best.

Jeremy was slow and steady, always had an alliance, was never on the bottom in all the switches.
He had a easy go of it.
He did find the 2 idols and played them at right times, so there is that.

I didnt really like kelly, but she played a good game, and lasted a long time without a alliance.

The last challenge I think favors guys with the balls.
I think that was a bad challenge for the last immunity.

Also I thought there should have been a fire challenge with tasha and kimmy or some sort of quick challenge.
I did not like the rules and way that worked out.

Also keith didnt try to bluff with the idol which was just kinda dumb, it may have worked .

Decent season, but did not like all the tribe change ups.
And they had some good tribals, but they wound up with players I did not care for at end so was kinda ho hum for me.

Jeremey was not the best player, but he was the most lucky.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Sat Dec 12, 2015 6:32 pm

No, girls alliance is done, if it ever was real. I am surprised they voted out Abi, she was the perfect goat. I think the F3 will be Spencer, Jeremy, and Tasha, Jeremy or Spencer win.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:18 pm

Well abi voted for keith so she was betraying the one alliance with keith and others.
Wentworth and keith  are on the outs.

keith has done good in the challenges.

O and looks like girl all is not real.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 04, 2015 10:36 pm

I dont think the girls alliance is real though. Tasha seems to really be with Spencer and Jeremy. I hope one of those two win or Wentworth. I think Kimmie will be next
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 04, 2015 9:43 pm

poor joe, they were after him last time, and have been after him for good while now.
after his pass out thing, I dont think he would have been a challenge beast anymore, and what he said made sense.
I guess went worth and abi are no longer the next two to go.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:20 pm

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PostSubject: Survivor 31: Final Episodes   Thu Dec 03, 2015 6:59 am

3 Q's with Jeff Probst:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Okay, let’s do this in two parts. We’ll get to Joe passing out and everything that happened after that in a minute, but let’s start by talking about that immunity challenge. It seemed like such a simple, non-physical competition, but in that heat, and holding up that weight for that long, it turned into a grueling affair. We’ve seen a few of the challenges this season — like the blindfolded one — just absolutely wreck people. What is it about either these challenges or this location or the indomitable will of these contestants that has people so absolutely drained?
JEFF PROBST: Great question. Let’s start with the elements. Cambodia was and I’m pretty sure, still is, hot. Very hot. Extremely hot on some days. Not hot like “Man, it’s really hot out today.” Hot as in “Holy crap, that’s the sun! The actual sun! And it’s heading straight for us!” So there’s that. But the key to this season is the players. They are, without compare, the most motivated group of players we’ve ever had. The combination of waiting, in some cases, 15 years to play again — combined with the honor of being “voted in” by the fans has given them a sense of duty. They have to live up to the opportunity they’ve been given.

If there was a way to guarantee this kind of commitment every season, I’d give the pinky finger off my left hand to make that deal. That’s what you saw in this week’s immunity challenge. Sometimes, when we test challenges with our Dream Team we will give them an incentive to go as long as they can. It might be an extra hour of sleep or a case of beer (yes, these really are big incentives on location). We did that in this challenge, as we really wanted to see how long it could go. I even had friends visiting who also participated in the challenge rehearsal. Nobody came anywhere close to Joe and Keith. They quadrupled the time our rehearsal lasted. I was in awe. I could not believe how long it lasted. And with their necks craned up it was extremely uncomfortable. I can’t say enough good things about this group of players. This is the new example of how this game should be played.

I’m not sure there is a scarier sight on Survivor then someone losing consciousness, and we saw your immediate concern as you quickly called medical in. Take us through being there when Joe collapsed during the immunity challenge and then everything that happened after that.
Okay, so you are already in my head that this challenge has gone way beyond anything we rehearsed. It’s now become a true showdown between two true challenge threats. Joe who has dominated, and Keith, one of the only people who can truly challenge him. I honestly thought, Joe is going to win again. When Joe dropped, it was completely out of nowhere. There was no warning sign. Joe didn’t utter anything like “I’m feeling light-headed.” It was like one of those inflatable air dancers you see at car lots — suddenly lost all its air. Joe just dropped.

It was so confusing that at first I wasn’t sure what had happened. It wasn’t until I got to him that I saw he was out. We called in medical, who is always just outside of the camera crew watching and waiting. Dr. Joe, who I believe in another life was Errol Flynn, was at Joe’s side within ten seconds. He knew exactly what had happened. Joe’s willpower had pushed his body so hard that he pushed it beyond where it was able to go, so his body had to take over and shut down. It literally just stopped responding to his will — and he dropped. As Dr. Joe said, he used up all of his “energy supplies.” It was an amazing display of determination. He literally went as far as his body could take him.

He responded quite quickly to Dr. Joe’s attention and it was clear within about thirty seconds that he would be okay. Here’s another layer, Keith was not far behind. Keith had also pushed his body way beyond anything it was used to. Had they gone much longer, it might have been Keith who dropped. Both guys should be in the Survivor Hall of Fame based simply on that performance alone.
I’m not going to ask you to pick the most emotional loved ones reunion out there, but … actually, on second thought, to hell with it. Yes, I am! I am going to make you pick! Was there one of these Second Chance loved one reunions that hit you a little more than the others, and what’s it like seeing otherwise composed people just lose it emotionally like that right in front of you?
Ah that’s a very tough question. Since being given the amazing opportunity to become a parent, loved one visits have changed quite a bit for me. I can’t hide my emotion as easily as I did in the past. I have to be honest and say that I am a big fan of love. So I feel the love when Tasha’s cousin hugs her. I feel the love when Abi’s mom comes from behind the trees and Abi finally has someone who understands her. I can obviously feel the love of Kimmi saying “Daddy.”

I adored seeing Keith introduce everybody to his wife, “Big D” because in that moment I saw a truth and vulnerability in Keith that he doesn’t often show. I enjoyed seeing Joe fulfill his vision of having his dad visit (although, just like Savage, “I just want to make the jury,” be mindful of what you tell your brain, because Joe fulfilled his vision and was promptly voted out). Even Kelley Wentworth, who you knew was uncomfortable having her dad join her game, was grateful to have some safe arms wrapped around her body.

But there were two big ones for me. Spencer really touched me because I see Spencer as a kid who could, in another life, be my son. Yeah, imagine that. I root for him to grow as a young man and seeing his absolutely lovely girlfriend race toward him was really powerful. You have to remember, I can’t hear what they are whispering to each other and I didn’t know he’d never said he loved her, so when he did, all of that power was lost on me. I was just happy to see him so open with his love.

And the other big one was Jeremy. In his case, I did know that Val was pregnant, (we have to know important things like that about significant others, just in case an emergency happens) but I didn’t know all the details and I couldn’t hear her whisper to him “It’s a boy.” If I had, I might have lost it. That was pretty powerful. In that moment, I was reminded that every person playing really does have a specific reason and in the case of Jeremy it was pretty primal — provide for my family.

Just two episodes left! Tease us up for the big penultimate episode.
It makes me sad that this season is winding down because as all Survivor fans know, each season is a new adventure and I really hate to let this one go. Next week is a pivotal episode. Seven players left. It’s do or die. The vote here is critical. You are deciding whom you will go toe to toe with in that final week. Nobody is certain of the right move. Plus, another scary situation and another Survivor in trouble.
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