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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:
"Amazing Race" First: Two Teams Eliminated in Indonesia (People) — "Survivor" winners Ethan and Jenna and partners Ron and Bill are sent home.
Boston Rob talks 'Survivor' (Entertainment Weekly) — The 'Survivor' champ talks about the new season, whether he'll play again, and his new History show
Boston Rob Mariano, Dennis Anderson talk 'Around the World in 80 Ways' (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — The History Channel is debuting a brand-new show, "Around the World in 80 Ways," which stars "Survivor" alum Rob Mariano and Big Foot monster truck creator Dennis Anderson. The pair will try to circumnavigate the globe using 80 different ways of transportation. When Zap2it spoke to the two men, who hadn't really known each other before the show started filming, it was evident they had become good friends — though they did point out this interview was six weeks removed from filming. The exact exchange is as follows:Dennis: "On some of the missions, some days, I really didn't care for Rob at all, but then the days when we were getting along good and after the show, I really respect Rob a lot more and I really kinda miss him sometimes now. Rob: [laughs] "Oh, my goodness!" Dennis: "There's some days when I'm goofing off I'd like to have Rob riding in my pick-up." Rob: "24 hours ...
Around the World in 80 Ways: Rob Mariano Returns to Reality TV — Where's the Finish Line? (TV Guide) — He's competed on four seasons of "Survivor." He's traveled the world at least twice for "The Amazing Race." And last year, he did the impossible and finally took home the $1 million grand prize in front of millions of TV viewers on "Survivor: Redemption Island." So what in the world is "Boston Rob" Mariano doing back on TV less than a year after his triumphant win? "I love adventure and I always have," Mariano tells TVGuide.com of his latest reality TV venture, "Around the World in 80 Ways." "I never got into "Survivor" or "The Amazing Race" or any of these shows to be on TV. I got on originally because I wanted to make some money for my family, and because I love the adventure of it." "Around the World in 80 Ways" is heavy on adventure, but unlike so many of Mariano's other TV appearances, there's no finish line or final Tribal Council to name a winner. On the series, which premieres Sunday, Oct. 2 at 10/9c on History, Mariano partners with monster truck driver Dennis Anderson to travel thousands of miles in 10 weeks using every possible mode of transportation: from mules to steamboats to ...
Semhar Tadesse 'Totally Happy' to Leave "Survivor" (People) — "I was not team Savaii at all," the first contestant to go says. "I was more than happy to burn their buff."
TV Guide Network Counts Down the 100 Moments That Changed TV (TV Guide) — TV Guide Network will look at the monumental moments that have affected today's television landscape in a five-part series starting Sunday. Among the biggest: Janet Jackson's Super Bowl "wardrobe malfunction," the Van Doren "Quiz Show" scandal, and how reality shows such as "Survivor" and "American Idol" launched a new genre. Journalists such as Tom Brokaw discuss the debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon, the O.J. Simpson trial and the birth of CNN. Larry King explains how his talk show paved the way for the ...
Survivor: South Pacific: Is It Time for Coach to Shake Up His Alliance? (TV Line) — This week's Survivor: South Pacific found Little Russell (aka Brandon Hantz) once again proving himself as trustworthy as a campaign promise the day after the polls close. Look, regardless of whether or not you think the guy's war against perfectly ...
'Survivor: South Pacific's' Sehmar Tadesse: 'Ozzy and I were pretty cool. That put a target on my back' (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — Sehmar Tadesse was the first person eliminated from "Survivor: South Pacific." She tells Zap2it she was targeted because she had gotten to be buddies with Ozzy. What made you want to be on "Survivor"? You don't seem like a typical contestant. "A million dollars. That made me want to be on 'Survivor.' And nothing else. I'm not one of those people who already have a million dollars and try and do that." Were you a fan of the show before you were cast? "No, I was not a fan of the show before I was on it. I don't think I ever saw an episode before that. I studied a few seasons before going on, but it's not something I had been watching before getting casted. Why do you think the tribe targeted you for voting out?" I think that there were a number of things. I think that it was evident to them that Ozzy and I were pretty cool ... .
How Russell Hantz Remains a Force on "Survivor: South Pacific" (People) — "Turns out, there's an extra player this season," Stephen Fishbach blogs.
'Survivor: South Pacific': Does Papa Bear run in the woods? (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — When we last left our survivors, we finally had two people at Redemption Island to battle it out for the first elimination. And Brandon Hantz was being borderline pathological in his hate/obsession towards Mikayla. Check it out — Zap2it spoke with last season's winner Boston Rob about this season so far. He thinks he probably made things a lot tougher for Ozzy and Coach. Redemption IslandThe tribes, like last season, have to pick two people to go watch. Coach really wants to go, so Upolu sends Coach and Stacey. Savaii sends Ozzy and Elyse. I'm surprised both vets got to go. Do they have that much sway at their tribes? Anyway, the duel is placing wooden totems on top of a pole, then adding to the pole to make it taller and taller. Whoever holds up their totem longer wins. Sehmar does some spoken word poetry before the duel while everybody looks around at each other like she's ...
Brandon Hantz Reveals His Secret to His Tribe on 'Survivor' (Video) (AOL TV Squad) — Russell Hantz was fascinating to watch because he was so diabolically evil. On 'Survivor: South Pacific' (Wed., 8PM ET on CBS), we're discovering that his nephew Brandon may be an even more fascinating case study. After failing to get Mikayla eliminated because she's distracting to look at, he tried to come clean to his tribe in an attempt to turn over a new leaf. But all it seemed to do was make his tribe even more wary of him; and especially his closest ally in the game, Coach. Lucky for Brandon, his tribe won the Immunity Challenge that week, as he once again blew up. He called a second tribal meeting so he could yell at Mikayla in front of everyone and tell her that no one likes her or trusts her. But no one seemed to have much clue what's going on.
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Season 30