Hello and welcome back to our coverage of America’s #1 TV show (in 2001), Survivor!
Yes I am back. My determination to cover any entire season of Survivor for the first time is as strong as Survivor’s willingness to…survive. I promise my metaphors will get better as the season goes on.
For real though, this season marks Survivor’s 35th season! That is a remarkable achievement and I honestly hope for 35 more. I’m a greedy son of a bitch.
Much like how the producers of Survivor change things up, this season we are doing things a little different. I looked around the Survivor recap landscape and I saw power rankings, long winded recaps, strategy overviews, story telling analysis, and even edit analysis. So I thought long and hard about how to stand out from the crowd and how to be creative. Which led to me stealing a classic format from sports blogs: Winners and Losers!
Yes this is the place to come find out who the “Winners” and the “Losers” are of each episode. I’ll even throw in some “Hot Takes” to keep your interest.
Take the jump and find out who my Winners, Losers and Hot Takes of the preseason of Survivor 35.
Come on in guys for my latest Survivor Worlds Apart recap. Much like the game of Survivor I like to keep my readers on their toes. So this recap is quite different than the format I have been doing before.
Episode 10 of Survivor Worlds Apart was one of the most emotionally driven, cold-blooded episodes of Survivor of all-time. I know that reads as hyperbolic for a reality show but Survivor is not your average drama-fueled show.
Survivor is a game show first, reality show second. The game aspect is what sets it apart from many of the trashy, drama driven reality shows that we are all used to. That isn’t to say that Survivor hasn’t had its’ moments of drama over the years.
Come on in guys for my Survivor Worlds Apart Episode 2 Review where I use classic Survivor quotes to assess the latest episode.
This season is shaping up to be very entertaining. So far the tribes have played to their collar cliches. White Collar are strategic, Blue Collar are good at challenges and No Collar are social. And this week we learned that despite their differences in careers there is one thing that every Collar is good at, getting naked. Click below and I guarantee you I won’t get naked.