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  1. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    They should have said something about the Chris vote. They had enough votes to take out Chris which means they had enough votes to take out Wendy. She is strong in the competitions but crazy around camp. David and Rick would have gone along with voting her out. But voting out the guy who is helping you stay close in competitions was ridiculous. And yes, that means that Kelly has to keep someone who was targeting her but she should have realized that 1) Chris wasn't acting alone 2) Chris would have needed more then Wendy and Dan to vote with him 3) David and Rick were somehow involved in potentially voting out Kelly. So why target the strongest person on your tribe when you have three other targets who would be less damaging to vote out? Hell, if you want to keep Wendy because she is good at the comps, target Rick or David. Instead they killed their chances to win just about anything by voting out their strongest competitor. All to make Dan happy. Stupid. OK, so Dan at EoE would be all sorts of fun. I would say that Dan and Reem and Wendy at EoE would be far more entertaining then Kama any day of the week and three times on Sunday.
  2. ProfCrash

    S37 Gabby Pascuzzi

    LOL That is awesome
  3. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    Why do they keep trying to make Ozzy work? Because Probst desperately wants a season where one of his man crushes win. He really thinks that it is bullshit that the dominant challenge male who is a provider hasn't won yet because all the others are suppose to give said person the million dollars because he is such a fine specimen of human being. But those stupid players keep getting in the way and voting Joe/Ozzy/Malcolm out when they lose competitions because they are jealous that they are not as awesome a human being.
  4. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    They each got the same map. There were two clues as to where to go on the map, so only two advantages. The group chose to work on the puzzle as a group and agreed to go look for the things together. Keith decided that was stupid and went off on his own. I think Keith had the right idea, he is playing for himself and not for the others. It is kind of like MIke's decision to go for the immunity advantage at the auction ages ago. Everyone had agreed not to go for the immunity advantage. They all paid $20 for letters from home and Mike tried to hold on to his money so he could by the advantage. I think he gave into peer pressure and bought his letter but that turned him into the scapegoat for his tribe and dropped him to the bottom of the voting order. He dared to consider playing for himself. He went on an immunity challenge run and won the season. It was Joe's first season. The second map was the same thing but I think more people worked on their own. Rick did not share that the holes were important and Reem caught onto Rick being in a different location. She did realize that the area Rick had identified was covered up during high tide and she thought something might be revealed during low tide. I think the others joined them in that area since it seemed like Rick had the best idea of what the map said. Keith was walking with Reem when Reem saw the package and called it out. Keith got there first and claimed the advantage. In that case there was only one thing to find.
  5. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    I don't think Dan's edit has been weird. In the first episode, he told Wendy to vote for Reem. Wendy said she was not going to vote for Reem and tried to argue that Kelly was a better choice. They agreed to disagree and Wendy left. Dan's immediate comment to David was that they should vote out Wendy because she wouldn't vote the way Dan told her to vote. Dan directed the vote away from Kelly to Keith and then from Wendy to Chris. Conversations with Dan are slightly more subtle then conversations with Carl, all that is missing is the hammock or beer. I don't think Dan is evil or awful. I don't like people who give themselves their own nick names and speak of themselves in the third person. So Dan started on the wrong foot with me. He is not a great strategist, even though he thinks he is. The Chris vote made no sense whatsoever. Not only did it destroy his tribes chance of winning anything, it removed someone who was willing to work with Dan and listen to Dan. Dan thinks that he is amazing at challenges which I think we have all seen enough evidence that points to that simply not being the case. Dan wants to be a character and wants to tell us how amazing he is. I don't like him as a player or a character but he is not evil. You have to work to hit Russel levels of loathing on my part. Dan isn't even close. The last person/people to hit that level of dislike were Dan and Will.
  6. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    The first map had two clues, It looks like Chris and Reem went after Keith, who was focused on one clue. Rick went to the other clue while Reem and Chris tracked down Keith. Chris shoved Keith out of the way and got the challenge practice and Rick got the advantage that he had to share. For the record, I am confused with how that advantage would help Rick. He could not tell the person he gave it to who it was from, so it wasn't going to win him any positive thoughts that might help him get back in the game. It wasn't going to help him maybe get into the game, like Chris's. So it was a stupid way to give someone help that may or may not help Rick. At least the last time a advantage was handed off without credit, the people were still in the game and you could see how it might help them with a swap or a merge.
  7. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    I think that rules was only for Second Chances or whatever the returnee season at the time was. They wanted to force the players to make choices and stand by them. The signaling by allowing a tied vote knowing that you can vote again was not what Production wanted. I think that the idea is that returnees know better and if you are going to tie a vote, then you better damn well be ready to draw stones. New players, with less experience, are given the chance to tie a vote.
  8. ProfCrash

    This is (not) an Advantage: HII, Advantages and other Twists

    LOL I can almost see her walking by the not really buried box on EoE and ignoring it.
  9. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    Kelly is heinous, she has never been someone that I liked watching.
  10. ProfCrash

    S38 Preview & Speculation Thread

    Rob C mentions on RHAP that Joe went perfect on his last appearance and almost won the individual immunity the day he was voted out. Joe is a legit challenge beast. I think he is more in Ozzy territory then Malcolm was.
  11. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    I was wondering who would make the stupid girl comment (eye roll) The girls on my sons baseball team are actually better then the boys. He is 6. The girls throw better and hit better. Each team is suppose to nominate people to represent the team in a skills competition at the end of the season, every team with girls on them sent the girls. They won the competitions. Dan sucks throwing, period. There is no need to bring gender into it.
  12. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    It made sense for Lauren because she knew that her tribe was targeting Wendy and there was a good chance that the other tribe would vote for Wendy in a revote. Not only does Lauren save her idol she also probably leaves the impression that she does not have an idol because why wouldn't she have played it at tribal? Lauren and Dan were the two people most likely to get votes because they were the two being asked to do most challenges. Then again, based on their challenge performance I would have targeted Kelly or David and keep the obviously inept people in the game.
  13. ProfCrash

    S38 Dan "The Wardog" DaSilva

    A hand grenade? OK, so the form is probably different but that technique might have gotten the ball further then his attempts at throwing.
  14. ProfCrash

    S38.E05: It's Like the Worst Cocktail Party Ever

    Yeah, the Chris push was out of line and I am surprised it was allowed. The Keith move was legitimate play, he took off without the group to find the clue/advantage whatever. Yes, it came across as sneaky and underhanded but Keith is right, he is playing for himself not for the others. I am kind of happy that he took the second one from Reem after Chris took the first one from him. EoE is better then Kama beach at least there is some type of drama and stuff happening. I kind of wonder what is going to happen to Kama when the merge happens and they actually have to play the game.
  15. ProfCrash

    Rob Has A Podcast: Survivor Edition

    Have Rob and Stephen become idiots? Stephen asks how Kelly and David have survived when Aubry and Joe have had a target on their backs all along. And the two of them can't jump to the obvious, the Kama tribe wanted the returnees out and Manu had people who wanted to work with the returnees. This is no different then Boston Rob vs Russell. Russell's tribe wanted to vote out the returnee, Rob's tribe fawned over Rob. Oh my god. No one on the Kama tribe wanted to play with the returnees, they wanted them out. It really is that simple. And yes, it helped that Reem was annoying and Keith couldn't swim and Wendy was obnoxious and unpredictable but I think it has more to do with Lauren wanting to play with Kelly and Rick wanted to play with David. They both ended up with people who were excited to play with them vs Kama where Aubry was gone first only because Joe and fish.