'Survivor' Contestant — No Immunity From DUI Arrest (TMZ) — Semhar Tadesse — the first person booted from this season of "Survivor" — was arrested Thursday on suspicion of DUI, TMZ has learned.God's intervention brings Survivor its most viewers since last December (Reality Blurred) — Survivor's Jesus-fest episode earned the show its highest ratings since last December's penultimate episode of Survivor Nicaragua. While the show didn't have much competition — other networks aired mostly repeats including Fox, which aired Glee repeats instead of the World Series — Survivor is on fire this season, and has managed to avoid its usual mid-season slump. The show won its time slot with 11.79 million viewers, which was "its largest audience since last December's Survivor: Nicaragua," CBS said ..."Survivor": Ozzy Seeks Redemption Island (People) — The veteran "made one of the biggest moves" in show history, Stephen Fishbach writes.The 10 Best Moments from ?Survivor: South Pacific? Episode 7 (Buddy TV) — Our 10 favorite moments from this week?s episode of "Survivor."After Ozzy's Big, Risky 'Survivor' Move, What Happens Next? (Buddy TV) — Last night's "Survivor" saw what is perhaps the show's biggest, most daring move: getting yourself eliminated to kick out a possible threat on Redemption Island, and return just in time for the merge. And Ozzy, he who was put in a precarious position last week, has done just that. At first glance the whole thing makes sense. Christine has been doing so well in Redemption Island that she can be quite a threat when (and if) she returns to the game after the merge — and since the game shifts to individual mode by then, you have to eliminate anyone who gets between you and a million dollars. Also, with both tribes pretty even at this point, Christine's return will give Upolu a one-member advantage. Oh, and it makes Ozzy a hero to the rest of the Savaii tribe, and considering what happened before, he definitely needs it. Check out our recap of last night's "Survivor"Survivor: South Pacific Insider: Five Reasons Why Castaway's 'Ballsy' Move Is Crazy Stupid (E! Online) — After more than a decade as host of Survivor, it takes a lot to shock Jeff Probst. But at tonight's South Pacific Tribal Council, Jeff's jaw dropped in amazement (actually he was ...'Survivor: South Pacific': The Trojan Horse plan is a go (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — All heck breaks loose on "Survivor: South Pacific" with the Savaii tribe. I can't wait to see how this plays out. Redemption IslandIt's Christine vs. Mikayla in a duel of constructing a bridge with planks, then using the planks to solve a puzzle. They are pretty much neck-and-neck going into the puzzle, but Mikayla can't get her planks right and Christine wins. Wow. Christine is kicking some serious butt on Redemption Island. Good for her. UpoluFollowing Tribal, Coach gets a little mixed metaphor on us by saying about Brandon and his crazypants outbursts that it might get a little like "Of Mice and Men" and something about shooting someone in the head and it's kill or be killed. Then he does some yoga. That's the Coach we all know and love. Coach and Brandon then lead a group prayer about winning the challenge and finding the Idol. Sophie is right on when she says it gives her an ...'Survivor' Recap: Twins and the Trojan Horse (Buddy TV) — Upolu arrives back at camp, wary of Brandon's liability issues. Can this mess go to the merge? I don't know, guys. Coach compares it to putting a bullet in (spoiler alert!) Lenny's head at the end of "Of Mice and Men." Are they going to KILL Brandon? No. Maybe? Anyway, Mikayla and Tired Christine must duel now. It's a plank puzzle challenge. This isn't Christine's first time at the rodeo, so she's much better at disassembling the crate. Upolu (well, Albert) helps Mikayla, but not Christine. Mikayla puts her puzzle together but gets it wrong, then Christine puts it together the right way. Too bad, Albert. Maybe Mikayla is relieved ot go eat a burger now, or maybe she's sad not to come back all pretty as part of the jury.'Survivor' Alum Rupert Boneham Running for Governor (Just Jared) — Survivor fan favorite Rupert Boneham is entering the race to become the governor of Indiana — FoxNews Which music legends dropped by Occupy Wall Street? — Huffington Post Christina Milian and The-Dream are officially divorced — TMZ Hailee Steinfeld and Darren Criss meet up and play PS3 — Just Jared Jr What can you expect from the Harry Potter ...'Survivor: South Pacific's' Elyse Umemoto: Ozzy alliance 'should have been a secret' (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — Elyse Umemoto forged a friendship with Ozzy Lusth on "Survivor: South Pacific" and that was ultimately what led to her downfall. She tells Zap2it she doesn't regret it, though. Are you glad you did "Survivor"? Was it everything you expected or hoped it would be? "I am over the moon excited that I did 'Survivor.' I had no preconceived notions or expectations. I was just there to absorb and live every minute of it. So, yeah — it exceeded my expectations because it was harder than I thought, but I learned more about myself, and I came out a stronger person on the other side." Do you wish you hadn't gotten quite so tight with Ozzy right out of the gate?"No, I don't regret being tight with Ozzy right out of the gate because I think was important to have a tight alliance. I think the downfall for me was it should have been a secret. It should ...Social TV: Survivor Winner Parvati Shallow: Social Media Got Me Around the World For Free (TV Guide) — In CBS's web series "Around the World for Free," Parvati Shallow circumnavigated the globe for 100 days without a single dollar to her name, and she has social media to thank for her (mostly) good fortune. Around the World Productions brought the idea to CBS after the first season had aired in 2007, and the network felt that it was a perfect fit. "We thought this was such a uniquely interactive opportunity because it authentically involves an audience," says Michelle Lynch, director of original programming at CBS. "It was different for us because we were new to the original content space, so it was the perfect property for us to jump on and run with."Survivor's Elyse on Being Blindsided: I Had Absolutely No Idea (TV Guide) — Before heading to the South Pacific for "Survivor's" 23rd season, former Miss America contestant Elyse Umemoto said: "It's not just my character traits that make me a winner. It's literally in my blood to survive. I'm engaging, personable and a master at reading people." But Umemoto's ability to read her teammates failed her: her elimination was the season's first blindsiding. Viewers thought Umemoto had been taken under the veteran wing of Ozzy, guaranteeing her safety for weeks to come. But when her tribe, Savaii, turned on the power couple, the 27-year-old Umemoto was floored. We chatted with her about her elimination, the hardest part about the experience and who she "doesn't" want to win the million.Last night's 'Survivor' riddled with sexism. Where's your sense of honor, Coach? (Entertainment Weekly PopWatch) — Maybe it's because I watched the trailer for OWN's Miss Representation earlier in the day, but I was pretty outraged by ..."Survivor": Coach Keeps Control While Ozzy Seems to Slip (People) — Stephen Fishbach's analysis of the veteran players as the make moves before the merge.Survivor: South Pacific: Team Savaii or Team Upolu? and Did Rick's Tribal Vote Make Sense? (TV Line) — This week's edition of Survivor: South Pacific examined an important question — and thankfully it had nothing to do with whether or not Edna's blind loyalty to Coach would result in her eventually serving as Ozzy's Chief Hiney-Wiping Officer. (More ...The 10 Best Moments from ?Survivor: South Pacific? Episode 6 (Buddy TV) — Our 10 favorite moments from this week?s episode of "Survivor."'Survivor': Misogyny night? (Entertainment Weekly) — Jessica Shaw: Scenes with Cochran and Coach on Wednesday's episode on wrong side of sexist line'Survivor: South Pacific': It's brawn or scrawn (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — On "Survivor: South Pacific," the losing tribe has some decisions to make about merge vs. immunity, numbers vs. loyalty and strength vs. lapdog. Redemption Island Christine vs. Elyse in a game of shuffle board. Rick cheers Christine a bit and she flips him the bird with the ol' "scratching your nose" ploy. That was weird. Rick/Sophie and Keith/Ozzy are the observers. Christine wins her fourth duel in a row to stay on the Island. On the way home, Sophie and Rick talk about how Christine is never going to rejoin Upolu if she comes back in the game. SavaiiOzzy is obviously not pleased about Elyse's ouster, especially because he wasn't in on it. After Tribal, he has a bit of a fit — says he's done with the alliance and he's a free agent. Done playing for anybody but himself. Um, everybody should be playing for him or herself. You got played, deal with it. Then he ...Jeff Probst Shocked as One Contestant Says 'Send Me Home' on 'Survivor' (Video) (AOL TV Squad) — Christine was looking to repeat Matt Elrod's performance last season by getting back into the game on 'Survivor: South Pacific' (Wed., 8PM ET on CBS). Meanwhile, Brandon Hantz continues running from the legacy of his Uncle Russell, though ironically Coach noticed this week that he runs exactly like his uncle. !!SPOILER ALERT!! It was Survivor Shuffleboard at Redemption Island, and Christine kept alive another week, and proved to her tribemates she's still holding a grudge by flipping them the bird when they tried to root for her.'Survivor' Recap: Loyalty and the Free Agent (Buddy TV) — I still miss Stacey. Do you miss Stacey? I don't miss Elyse, but I bet Ozzy does. Ozzy is very upset with Keith and Whitney, who went behind his back and voted for Dawn. Pouting, Ozzy tells them that he's a free agent. He is now playing for himself and the rest of Savaii is allowed to play for themselves. Savaii tells him that he's withholding, and Ozzy tells them he has the idol. He tells them they're forgetting about Redemption (Island), and Keith offers, "if you wanna go there just let us know, man." I'm still not sure about this Keith character.