Only two pairs remain in a season of Survivor centered around the power of “Blood Vs Water” and those two are going to become increasingly more dangerous to be part of in their tribes.
Aras and Vytas have yet to play side by side on Survivor 2013, but the other castaways are so afraid of that happening that they’re once again looking to stop it. When Tadhana finds out Galang targeted Kat instead of Vytas they’ll have a renewed interest in going after their own member, Aras, to keep them apart. We heard this in last week’s teaser preview, but with the game one step closer to merge I think they’ll take it even more seriously.
While the interest in preventing an Aras and Vytas combination has received so much attention I’m a little surprised that the existing pairing of Tina and Katie hasn’t been targeted. Even during last week’s Galang Tribal chaos we didn’t see the issue raised. Are they just not strong enough of competitors to get anyone worried?
Do you think this will be the week that Aras and Vytas are potentially blocked from pairing by sending one of them to Survivor’s Redemption Island?
After back to back seasons on Survivor Malcolm Freberg took to another stage for CBS. This time the castaway found himself as part of CBS’s “The Bold and The Beautiful” series last week appearing in two episodes and even getting a few short lines.
Malcolm was part of CBS’s “Get Real” week when they brought in cast members from their reality TV series Big Brother and Survivor. The episodes last Thursday and Friday featured Malcolm at the fictional “Bikini Bar” enjoying his time with fellow reality star Jeff Schroeder and then having some dialogue with series regular Hope. Check out more pics from the Big Brother stars.
No word if this could turn in to something more regular for Malcolm, but his performance was good albeit brief. We’ll keep an eye out for any more appearances and see what Malcolm is up to next when he isn’t competing for immunity from facing Jeff Probst at another Tribal Council!
Did you see Malcolm on “The Bold & The Beautiful” last week? What did you think of his appearance?
After finally breaking their losing streak on Survivor 2013, Tadhana has now gone on to win two, read ‘em: TWO, challenges in back to back victories.
“I’m full. I’m happy. I don’t have to go to Tribal for at least two nights,” says former Big Brother winner Hayden Moss on their new found success.
Moss explains how the simple things back home become luxuries like ham sandwich on the Survivor beach.
As for what he’s hoping to see happen on the other tribe that was just sent to Tribal Council, well let’s just say he’ll be surprised and disappointed. Hayden would like to see either Laura B or Monica voted out next while keeping Kat and Vytas safe.
Since Kat was voted out Hayden will have the option to switch places with Kat at Redemption Island next week, but we don’t think that’ll happen.
Watch Hayden’s bonus scene from this week’s Survivor 2013 episode here:
Love him or hate him, “F U Brad Culpepper” was on this week’s Survivor After Show with Pavarti Shallow and he was a good sport about most of the craziness including wearing a shirt with the infamous phrase plastered across his back.
If you watched yesterday’s “The Day After” interview with Brad then you won’t be surprised to hear him faulting his relationship with Monica as the reason he couldn’t play Survivor like he had hoped. Brad says he could have played much differently and put himself first if he had played with someone like a brother instead of a wife.
We learn a few interesting things from Brad Culpepper that we didn’t see on the show including destroying the Immunity clue was Monica’s idea. Monica originally tried to tear the clue up but it was Brad’s idea to burn it and that’s the rest of what we saw in that episode. Then there’s the “P” hat we saw on Brad and Monica. That’s for their son’s high school.
Watch Brad Culpepper’s “After Show” interview with Pavarti in the video below and then share your thoughts on one of this season’s most outspoken castaways.
Survivor After Show: Blood Vs Water – Episode 5
Brad Culpepper was eliminated last night on Survivor 2013 and he’s back with his “The Day After” exit interview. I don’t want to ruin the surprise, but guess who’s fault it is that Brad Culpepper lost his way out of the game? It sure wasn’t Brad Culpepper’s fault, says Brad!
Brad complains for several minutes that while other castaways got to play with a sibling or other blood relative, he had the daunting task of playing two games at every move because he was there with his wife, Monica. Brad suggests the other tribe members were playing for Tadhana while he was playing every game for Galang. I guess we know which approach works better.
Culpepper says he has no regrets and doesn’t second guess any moves he made on Survivor Blood Vs Water. He says he thinks his best move was helping Monica in the game and thinks she’s got a real chance at bringing home the half-million dollar prize.
What do you think of Brad’s game on Survivor 2013? What do you think he should have done differently in the hopes of lasting longer?