May 5 2005

Survivor Palau Episode 12

I thought Survivor was going to be boring with the departure of Stephanie last week, but boy was I wrong!

Reward challange at this stage of the show always is interesting because it starts to give you insight to the pecking order of who will go first. So in a traditional “knock your tribe mates out” challange, first to go was Caryn. And the contest looked to be going normal until….what may be one of the biggest mistakes in Survivor history. It was Gregg’s turn to get up to knock someone down and he turned to ask his island girlfriend, Jennifer , for permission . Even Jeff Probst, the host, was shocked by that one. What an amazingly stupid thing to do in front of your tribemates. Just reveal that the two of you our working together full force. Idiot.

So what do you do when you win Gregg? You automatically take Jennifer with you to share in the reward. *bangs head repeatedly into keyboard* Are you really that stupid? Yes, it appears you are. So that he is told he can take another person so he takes his other partner-in-crime, Katie. Just keep showing all your cards you moron!

So this leaves Tom, Ian and Caryn to form a plan to take out someone on the other side at tribal. They agree to a convulated plan, but it sounds like it should work as long as everyone keeps their mouthes shut.

Que Ian spilling his guts to Katie.

Well, for whatever Katie decided it made more sense to side with Tom, Ian and Caryn and get rid of Gregg. The look of shock on Jennifer’s face was worth it all. Sweetness!

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  • Old High School Friend

    It’s funny to me that you bother differentiating “TV” from “Reality TV” since 99.99% of “TV” is actually reality tv. If you want to watch reality tv, try yesterday’s news – American Idol. Paula has apparently (oops!) scheduled and embarked upon a non-refundable trip that she can’t cancel without paying significant fees. While AI is old school, this new scandal breathes new life into that old dog. By the way, HOUSE! Check it out. I am very interested to read what you might have to say about it. It is a complete departure from “ER” and “Chicago Hope”. I say again, check it out! If you watch only one episode and write something intelligent about it (ie: worth reading – while unlikely, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt), I’ll by you breakfast* next time I’m in town. Just watch the freakin’ show.

    Love Ya!

    * after you have had enought alchoholic drinks that I deem you sufficiently intoxicated.

  • Ah…the gauntlet has been thrown…fine, next weeks House shall be viewed and reviewed.

  • Old High School Friend

    You’re on! Bring it, Daddy!

  • Old High School Friend

    By the way, I’ll be back in early June. I only hope you bring the proper ammunition. You have always liked to talk big, not is your opportunity to back it up.

    Again, love ya!

  • It appears you are also insane:) Something I knew for years!

  • Old High School Friend

    Not the best episode, I admit (too much romance and stuff). However, the medical subject of the show, I believe, was interesting.

  • Old High School Friend

    By the way, one of the cashiers at the nearest liquor store (surprise) told me that I look the brunette on “House”. I don’t see it, but you might. Let this be the test. Did you actually watch the show, or not. We’ll soon know.

  • Which one? The young one he went on a date with or the administrator? (HA! I did watch it!) I could see a little bit in the younger one, but I think it would be mostly your haircut