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The tribe members returned to camp from the latest tribal council as Survivor Gautemala opened up this week. Everyone was congratulating Gary on his use of the hidden immunity, except for Jamie, who seemed to be seething. Big shock. This was followed by Jamie getting all worked up about Gary voting for Cindy, which Cindy… read more

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November 11 2005

Survivor Gautemala Episode 9

Survivor Gautemala opened with the members of Xhakum returning from the “no class” tirbal council batle of Bobby Jon and Jamie. Jamie commented that saying he had “no class” was the same as calling him “white trash” in his book. He and Bobby Jon talked it over and finally shook hands in an attempt to… read more

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When last we saw Survivor Gautemala, the remaing members of the Yaxha tribe, Gary, Bobby Jon, Danni and Brandon, had left tribal council with orders to merge with Nakum, marking the first night time merge in Survivor history. On their way to their new home, the four them desicussed remining strong in the face of… read more

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Survivor Gautemala opened this week with the Nakum tribe returning from their heated tribal council where Judd and Margaret had gone after each other with such vigor. Judd expressed happiness at her ouster, mentioning how she has just pushed all of his buttons. Sorry Judd, but I think you pushed some of your own buttons… read more

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Time for keeping the folks of Survivor Gautemala on their toes again! This time it was a combined reward & immunity challange, but it was individual immunity since both tribes were heading to tribal council that night. We started off over at Yaxha and a confused Brandon wondering how the 4 strong alliance of Nakum… read more

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Oh how I had been waiting all week for this week’s Survivor Gautemala just to see how Judd’s old teammates would treat him after his betrayel at the tribal council last week. Needless to say, Cindy and Margaret were not happy with him, but he let them know he was not phased by this and… read more

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Well, I salute Mark Burnett, he got me to pay attention to Survivor Gautemala finally this week. We started off learning that even though Nakum had the better camp, they were suffering from mosquitoes, heat and just being miserable. While Yaxha seemed relaxed in comparisson with just spending their time by the water catching minnows.… read more

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Survivor Gautemala is just NOT catching me like past Survivors for some reason. The survivors just don’t seem that interesting this time, and for the first time, I am having trouble keeping stright who is who even! Yikes! We started off with the ravings of Brian about how he had maneuvered the vote from Lydia… read more

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September 23 2005

Survivor Gautemala Episode 2

So we are two weeks into Survivor Gautemala and….I’m failry bored. Nakum won reward , which was fishing gear. Blake was still moping about due to his arm. Immunity was a tug-of-war in the mudd and Nakum won, sending Yaxha to tribal council. There was some brief discussion of sending Stephanie home, but in the… read more

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September 16 2005

Survivor Gautemala Episode 1

Time for another season of Jeff Probst running the Survivor’s through their paces. This time we are whisked off to Gautemala, and the ruins of the Mayan empire. The big opening twist was as the two new tribes (Nakum, who wears blue, and Yaxha, who wears yellow) met with Jeff, they were told they were… read more

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Time for another round of Survivor folks. This time it’s “Survivor: Guatemala – The Mayan Empire“…yes…that is the official, longer than my arm, title. Anyway, time to start picking on them before we even see them. Amy – 39 year old police sergeant in Revere, Mass…*sniff sniff* smells like our resident bossy person that will… read more


Well, Survivor Palau is over, and what an ending! The final four consisted of Ian, Jenn, Katie and Tom, and backstabbing flew! Ian told Katie and Jenn that if Tom lost immunity, they should vote him out. Well….he won. So good-bye Jenn. But on her way out, she let it be known what Ian had… read more

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