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Survivor Exile Island opened with Austin regretting letting the Casaya alliance know that he lost the previous Immunity Challange on purpose. Gee…ya think that was a bad idea Austin? Who knew you had the brain power to figure that one out! Terry was hoping to swing someone over to the La Mina alliance…yeah…that’ll happen. Reward… read more

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Hey, Survivor Exile Island is finally back! What a concept! We open at Casaya as they suffer through a horrible night of rain. Everyone huddles together for warmth, but Courtney is on the edge and gets soaked by the downpour. The next morning she wakes to complain how it is all Shane’s fault she is… read more

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Will someone please wake me when Survivor Exile Island get’s interesting? The thing is, I remember saying the same thing about Survivor Gautemala, but that was around episode 3! I don’t know what the problem is lately, but this one is just a snooze fest so far. Anyway, we opened up this week with Casaya… read more

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Survivor Exile Island chugs along, and I would hope Sally might notice she is the only female left in the La Mina tribe. She seems to take it as an an honor for now, I wonder when she will realize it just means she has a bulls-eye on her back. Over at Casaya, Aras is… read more

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I have come to the conclusion the first 5 – 6 weeks of any Surivior are wasted on me because Survivor Exile Island is only mildly interesting me for now. Oh well, on with the show. After the Tribal Council outing of Misty, Sally comes back to camp feeling she is a marked woman. She… read more

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Survivor Exile Island episode 3 opened with Casaya reutrning from Tribal Council with Bruce, who replaced the now outsed Melinda. Bruce immediately set about trying to make himself useful when he discovered the tribe had no fire currently and also was in need of water to drink. My quick question, they had not been drinking… read more

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As the second episode of Survivor Exile Island opens, we see the four tribes are suffering in a horrible rain storm. The older men of La Mina are shocked by a nearby lightning strike while the younger men of Viveros are cold and shuddering in their poorly constructed shelter. The next morning, after much whining… read more

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Here we go again folks, season 12 of Survivor. This time, the full title is Survivor Panama – Exile Island. This synopsis will be a bit different than usual because this episode was more about the twists than anything else. First twist was that the castaways were not only seperated by gender or age, they… read more

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Survivor Gautemala opened on the final four, Rafe, Stephanie, Danni and Lydia, waking up to day 37. Lydia received the tree mail and got overly excited about the possability Mayans would be visiting the camp. When I say overly excited, I mean OVERLY EXCITED. It was kind of scary actually. You have to give her… read more

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The tribe members returned from ousting Judd on Survivor Gautemala and had to console Cindy over being left out of the loop on the voting. She had thought Lydia was going and couldn’t understand why she hadn’t been told. Everyone told her things were fine, but she was understandablly hesitant. We also learned Rafe is… read more

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Survivor Gautemala jumped directly to the morning after tribal council where everyone was trying to get over the ugliness of the previous night. As everyone sat around eating their breakfasts, Danni discussed how she was sure her’s was the next head on the totem pole unless the alliance of Cindy, Stephanie, Judd and Rafe would… read more

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It was a joyous time on Survivor Gautemala as everyone was still enjoying the fact that Jamie had been booted at the last tribal council. It was obvious to everyone that Judd was very upset and everyone’s expalantions of why Jamie had to go was falling on deaf ears. He felt betrayed and that was… read more

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