After one survivor is brutally stabbed int he back, five are left standing. We break down the favorite to win it all in our review.
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Survivor Round Table: "I'm Not Sure Where I Stand"
Nash went with Chase, Holly and Jane. Did he make the right choice? What's his next move? Our writers discuss these questions and more in our Survivor Round Table.
Survivor Review: To Benry Or Not To Benry
Sash picks the wrong alliance to go with, but we break down how he can make it work anyway in our review.
Survivor Round Table: "You Started, You're Finishing"
After Kelly S and NaOnka quit, our Survivor Round Table writers convene to discuss the ramifications.
Survivor Review: The Decision, Part Deux
Just when you thought NaOnka didn't deserve to be on Survivor, she goes and does this. Oh and, Kelly S goes along with her, literally. We break down all the angles of the stunning change to the game in our review.
Coming Tonight on Survivor: A Game-Changing First!
Survivor certainly never lacks for drama, but what's coming tonight is something fans have never seen before. Jeff Probst gives us the lowdown.
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Survivor Round Table: "Stuck In the Middle"
We're really disappointed with the cast, but can't get enough of how unpredictable the game will be going forward. Our Round Table writers break down the latest development.
Survivor Review: Great Game, Terrible Cast
While the Survivor: Nicaragua cast is one of the worst ever, at least the game of Survivor remains very interesting. Who's going to win is anyone's guess.
Survivor Round Table: "Running the Camp"
Do you agree with Sash and Brenda's decision to vote for Marty instead of Jane?Yes, Marty was about to claim the crown for scramble king. You can't be that...
Survivor Review: "Running the Camp"
Egos and despicable behavior were on full display this week on Survivor. Our review breaks down all of the culprits and what it means for their game.
Survivor Round Table: "Company Will Be Arriving"
A self proclaimed pawn was sent home this week on Survivor. With the chess analogy fully in hand, our Round Table writers debate which pawn should have been home and what chess pieces the other players represent.