“That idol is definitely cursed,” Chris says in his Ponderosa interview. “J.T. and Chris Noble both know it, and hopefully it never comes back again. If it does, whoever gets it, use it the first time you ever get it. Give it Jeff Probst whether you think a vote is coming for you or not.”
In his Ponderosa video below, we first see Chris right after the blindside as he’s taking it all in. He stops by to get weighed and finds out he lost 12 pounds in 22 days. Needless to say he’s ready for some food. He orders a pizza and a cheeseburger with fries.
But food isn’t the only thing on his mind. He’s also wondering how his Survivor game went wrong.
“I lost. I can’t sit here and bash myself over it,” Chris said. “I thought I really did build enough relationships to protect against a blindside. something went wrong and I don’t know what it is.”
He also talks about coming to terms with the people he thought he had build those relationships with voting him out.
“The game, emotionally is so raw,” he said. “If we all understand it’s a game, so if you show respect outside of the game, then it makes it a lot easier to get over it. In the game you do have to bite your tongue sometimes and you have to control yourself. And at the same time though I think you should be who you are.”
But the best part of his Ponderosa video is his rap video at the end. No, I’m not kidding. Chris wrote a rap about his time on Survivor Ghost Island and at Ponderosa. And they filmed a full rap video to go with it. The song is called “The Noble One” and you really, really have to watch.