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'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.
I'm Watchin' It: McDonald's and Mark Burnett Team Up for In-Restaurant TV Channel (The Wrap) — The man who brought us "Survivor" and the people responsible for the Chicken McNugget are teaming up for a new endeavor. Fast-food giant McDonald's announced Monday that it's launching the McDonald's Channel, a digital in-store television network that will feature original HD content revolving around local school athletes, a program called "Mighty Moms" that will champion multi-tasking moms, a music-news broadcast and "Vimby," which will cover an array of lifestyle and culture news including music, fashion and action sports. ...
Jonny Fairplay's Ex — I WON'T Reconcile for VH1 Reality Show (TMZ) — Former "Survivor" villain Jonny Fairplay has once again been REJECTED by his ex-wife ... who SHOT DOWN an offer to reunite on a VH1 reality show ... because she still hates his guts.
'Survivor: South Pacific's' Stacey Powell: 'If [Coach] wants to start over, I will' (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — Stacey Powell was booted off of Upolu on "Survivor: South Pacific" and once at Redemption Island, she had no problem telling anyone who would listen what was going on with their tribe. She tells Zap2it that she's ready to let bygones be bygones with Coach. Are you glad you did 'Survivor'? Was it everything you expected/ hoped it would be? "YES! Yes it was. Most definitely. I knew it was going to be hard, but I knew I was going to need to fit in with every body and that is the hard social part." How mad were you when the tribe booted you off after you almost won that strength challenge for them?"Ughh! I was mad but I accepted it because I knew it was either going to be me or Edna. I think it was me because ... I just don't think they went with Edna so they would have someone else to vote off down the ...
"Survivor": Jim Makes His Move (People) — "Jim upends Savaii's hierarchy and establishes himself at the tribe's center," Stephen Fishbach writes.
The 10 Best Moments from ?Survivor: South Pacific? Episode 5 (Buddy TV) — Our 10 favorite moments from this week?s episode of "Survivor."
Survivor: South Pacific: Right Move by Keith? (TV Line) — My sympathies go out to anyone who happened to be eating dinner — especially if it was pork (or even a pork byproduct) — during tonight's spectacularly disgusting immunity challenge on Survivor: South Pacific. The showdown featured Upolu and Savaii ...
'Survivor: South Pacific': Nice to meat you (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — Tonight on "Survivor: South Pacific," we have one of those disgusting (and by "disgusting," we mean "awesome") challenges where the contestants have to gnaw on a pig carcass and spit what they can onto a scale. Excellent. Post-TribalStacey and Christine bond at Redemption Island. Stacey is pretty mad about being voted off and she should be — she was NOT the weakest person on that tribe. She is completely ready to jump ship should she get to go back into the game. Meanwhile, Brandon is hurt because everybody hates that he's a Hantz. I'm with him on this one — he's a weird little dude, but it's terrible to hate someone because of who their uncle is. That's silly. Redemption IslandAlbert/Mikayla go for Upolu, Dawn/Whitney go for Savaii. Christine and Stacey spill some beans about their dysfunctional tribe. They also keep calling Coach by his real name, "Benjamin." Heh. Albert mis-uses the expression "sour grapes," which is a ...
'Survivor: South Pacific' Recap: That's a Lot of Meat, Folks. (Buddy TV) — So Brandon "I'm a good guy" Hantz is upset that Mikayla said she didn't like him. He thinks it was classless, but he doesn't care what people think about him! You hear that, everyone, he doesn't care! That's why he's crying. So, here's why Stacey is my favorite: the first chance she gets at Redemption Island, she sells Upolu out to Savaii. She also calls Coach Benjamin because that's his birth name and she's not buying into anyone's BS.
Fox's Kevin Reilly: Network TV Is Weathering the Digital Storm Just Fine (The Wrap) — The good times are back. Buoyed by a record upfront on Madison Avenue in the spring, as well as a flurry of hit new comedies in the fall, network entertainment presidents expressed a consensus of optimism as they met for a Hollywood Radio TV Society lunchtime panel in Beverly Hills. "I'm genuinely excited in a way I wasn't a few years ago," said Kevin Reilly, president of entertainment for the Fox Broadcasting Company. "I think there's now some clarity to the marketplace — it's clear that our product is a transmedia product that can work on multiple platforms." "It's the best, most exciting time to be in network TV," concurred CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler, seated beside Reilly at the Beverly Hilton panel, which was emceed by "Survivor" host Jeff Probst. "There's a renewed sense of optimism — a sense of hope." ...
Fox's Kevin Reilly: Network TV Is Weathering the Digital Storm Just Fine, Thank You (The Wrap) — The good times are back. Buoyed by a record upfront on Madison Avenue in the spring, as well as a flurry of hit new comedies in the fall, network entertainment presidents expressed a consensus of optimism as they met for a Hollywood Radio TV Society lunchtime panel in Beverly Hills. "I'm genuinely excited in a way I wasn't a few years ago," said Kevin Reilly, president of entertainment for the Fox Broadcasting Company. "I think there's now some clarity to the marketplace — it's clear that our product is a transmedia product that can work on multiple platforms." "It's the best, most exciting time to be in network TV," concurred CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler, seated beside Reilly at the Beverly Hilton panel, which was emceed by "Survivor" host Jeff Probst. ...
Survivor's Papa Bear Aims to Appear in Commercials (TV Guide) — Mark Caruso could very well be the most loveable "Survivor" contestant in history. Between his gentle, kind-hearted nature and his nickname "Papa Bear," you can't help wanting to give him a hug. But that didn't get him very far in the game.
Survivor: South Pacific: Would You Have Said 'Yes' to Coach's Hug? (TV Line) — Kudos to Survivor: South Pacific's editing team for attempting to infuse some suspense into what was essentially one of the more predictable episodes in recent memory. Early in the proceedings we got Jim and his "suspiciously white teeth" approaching Cochran, ...
Biggest, Boldest Moments in 'Survivor: South Pacific' Episode 4 (Buddy TV) — This week on "Survivor," one person stayed at Redemption Island, one left the game for good, and one was sent to Redemption Island for the first time. New alliances formed, old alliances were tested, and Stacey just didn't give a flying f*** about any of it. Here are the biggest moments from "Survivor: South Pacific," episode 4. Jim and Cochran come together in a secret alliance to eliminate Elyse and break down Ozzy's support system. This could take Cochran three days farther in the game, and turn everything on its head, especially if they can get Dawn in on the plan. I can't wait to see what happens the next time Savaii loses immunity.
Survivor: South Pacific Insider: What's a Ricochet Rabbit — and Does It Have an Off Switch? (E! Online) — Welcome to Ladies Night! Tonight's episode of Survivor: South Pacific was fueled by estrogen. Some women showed surprising strength, while others stole the spotlight for all the ...
'Survivor: South Pacific': Weight a minute ... (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — "Survivor: South Pacific" sees another strong woman voted out and sent to Redemption Island. What else is new? Post-Tribal at Savaii Ozzy and Elyse are getting cuddly, which Jim and Cochran are not excited about. Cochran doesn't really trust Jim and his suspiciously white teeth, but he's on board with working together to get Elyse out because it keeps him safe. Upolu TribeBrandon apologizes to Mikayla and she accepts his apology, but she's still very wary of him — she should be. But don't point who his uncle is. That's so ridiculous. Don't buy into "Survivor's" silly schtick with that. My uncle could be a murderer — doesn't make me a murderer. Brandon then runs to Edna, saying right out loud this is dumb game strategy, and he tells Edna that she's not part of the core five. Oh. My. God. Shut your mouth, dude! Coach is going to kill you. Redemption IslandBizarrely, each tribe gets a ...
Backstage at DWTS: Which Star Is Feeling 'Survivor's Remorse' After Last Night's Shocker? (E! Online) — During last night's surprising results show, audiences said goodbye to Kristin Cavallari and partner Mark Ballas, even though their scores from Monday tied them for second place. But ...
'Survivor: South Pacific' How Much Does Irritation Weigh? (Buddy TV) — Remember how in the last episode of "Survivor," Brandon "started behaving erratically"? I have a feeling that's going to blow up real soon. Coach is going to surgically remove Lil' Hantz from the game. Papa Bear's out, after making the argument that Cochran is that guy who is always hurting himself by accident. You know the type! Ozzy and Elyse lie on the hammock together, talking Robinson Crusoe, which worries Jim. Jim takes this up with Cochran — how about we eliminate Elyse instead of you, Cochran? Cochran is all for it, in spite of Jim's "suspiciously white" teeth.
"Survivor" Winners What Went Wrong on "The Amazing Race" (People) — "One of our strengths is that we pretty much have been through everything together," Ethan Zohn says.
Amazing Race's Ethan and Jenna: We Prefer Survivor (TV Guide) — Former "Survivor" champs Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca came up very short on "The Amazing Race 19," becoming one of the first two teams to get the boot in the show's first double elimination. The axing, ironically, came on a leg that involved charity. "I think if you had to find one good thing that happened is that it was all right that we left giving money to charity," Zohn, who co-founded the nonprofit Grassroots Soccer that promotes HIV/AIDS education, tells TVGuide.com. The rest of the Indonesian leg proved to be a nightmare for the couple, who was hampered by a bad cabbie and the stealth clue at the orphanage after the Detour. Do they think the twist was fair? See what they say:
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Season 31