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Everyone always talks about the Black Widow Brigade...
2020.09.19 15:08 meadowwiltongoddessEveryone always talks about the Black Widow Brigade...
But how come no one ever brings up the Yasur Six from Vanuatu? They were truly one of the best, most complex, and most compelling alliances in Survivor history - let alone female alliance. Twila: a blunt highway repair worker from rural Missouri - arguably the most brutally honest person in Survivor history. Played an absolutely incredible game and made it all the way to the final two (coming in second). Widely considered to be one of, if not the best character in Survivor history - mainly due to the full-circle of her Survivor journey as (after stabbing everyone in the back) she realises in the final tribal council that "people kill for less than what we're playing for", that "it wasn't me who played the game, it was the game that played me" and that all she wants is forgiveness. Hates sorority girls. Scout: a super wise and spirited 59 year-old LGBT+ rancher from Oklahoma. Controlled the game with Twila from the final seven onwards and would have been in the final two if Chris didn't win final immunity; voted out on Day 38. Had some great one-liners such as her scathing voting confessional for Mia: "your volcano erupts more than I like... good luck in finding a husband that'll put up with you." Also hates sorority girls. Eliza: an extremely opinionated Type A law student/sorority girl from New York. Known for being arguably the most expressive player in Survivor history, Eliza was at the centre of so much conflict this season yet was the crucial swing vote for the pivotal tribal councils where Dolly left 5-4, and where Leann left 4-3. Had a legendary rivalry with Twila that lasted all season long yet ended up depending on each other when the alliance crumbled. Hated Twila and would ALWAYS speak her mind (also known for her iconic "it's a f*cking stick" scene when she was to return seven seasons later in Micronesia). Julie: an optimistic Native American youth mentor from Maine who dated Jeff Probst!!! One of the best social players to never win who came in fifth place after her allies turned on her. Has the most heart-wrenching jury speech of all time where she starts crying before she even begins to speak due to the level of betrayal she feels. Extremely underrated player. Ami: a cutthroat lesbian barista from Colorado who is the BEST female villain of all time. To say Ami was a villain in Vanuatu would be putting it lightly (I know she wasn't as devious in Micronesia but this was because her best friend took his own life literally right before she left to film and as a result she was self-admittedly not in the right headspace to do Survivor). The way she cut Lisa off was about as stone-cold and brutal as Survivor gets, yet it's what made her such a compelling villain to watch. Leann: an aspiring actress from Wisconsin who (despite being the first person out when the alliance turned on each other and also one of the quieter personalities in the group) ran the entire game alongside Ami as the leaders of the alliance from the start to the final seven, where in a 4-3 vote Leann was completely blindsided - the best blindside of all time (in my opinion). Now, what makes this alliance truly one of the best? First and foremost is the diversity in personality. Twila and Scout's worst nightmare was someone like Eliza who is about as opinionated as one can get and this led to several iconic fights. Furthermore, this group of women really did not like each other yet stuck together out of necessity. However when Twila finally decided to flip (by acquiring Scout, Eliza, and Chris' votes) on Leann at the final seven some of the best fights and voting confessionals came afterwards such as: Twila for Ami: "drama queen 'til the end. "Ami for Scout: "you're pretty good at hiding your nasty side but when your true colours come out they're no part of any rainbow I've ever seen." Scout for Ami: "queens get dethroned and lightning will strike a lone tree on top of a mountain faster than anything." Eliza for Twila: "I have been waiting to vote you off since the day I met you. I cannot believe that 36 days later I'm finally getting this opportunity." Eliza for Twila: "Twila - I am voting for you for the third time this game, you're like the cockroach that won't die under the refrigerator. Hopefully you're going home tonight." Twila for Eliza: "you have driven me crazy from Day 1, if you go home tonight it's going to be the happiest night since I've been here. You've got a lot of growing up to do." Twila and Eliza bickered non-stop for 37 days, and everyone else in the alliance had their arguments - made for amazing TV. Next up is just how good this alliance was at the game. Twila, Julie, and Ami are all (in my opinion) three of the top fifteen players to never win and I'd honestly put Scout in the top 25-30 to never win. These girls were really good at the game - Twila and Ami were brilliant strategically and as I mentioned earlier Julie Berry is still one of the best social players of all time for how she navigated herself through the game - particularly in how she integrated herself back into the majority after being left out of the first two votes, and during her time on Lopevi when it was just her and Twila. This alliance gave us some incredible top-tier female villains (my fav archetype) with Twila, Eliza, and Ami. Twila was cut last minute from 16, 20 (as a villain), and 27. Ami and Eliza have been asked back numerous times too. Scout was actually asked back for 40 (before it became winners only)!! Julie supposedly isn't allowed to play again due to her relationship with Jeff but if not for that she would have been a lock to return at some point. Overall, this alliance had everything the Black Widow Brigade had (except for a winner), but compensated with so much internal drama that truly made the second half of Vanuatu one of the most exciting and unpredictable series of episodes in Survivor history. I would love to see this group of women brought up more often as one of the all-time great alliances, and on a side-note I think that Scout and Eliza are one of the most underrated dynamic duos ever (I never see them get brought up too).
According to Julie Berry's Survivor Wiki, "By virtue of having dated Jeff Probst, Julie implied she may be perpetually ineligible to compete in future seasons, as she had known production secrets." What do we think these secrets are, and is there any chance that Boston Rob doesn't already know them?
Warning: Satire Back before WaW, I remember seeing a post about how everyone on WaW's had their winning game rigged for them. However, this left those not on the season unstructinized. My aim is to fix this grevious error in judgement, in order while skipping WaW people, as their trangressions have been recorded previously. Rich: Aside from the obvious, are you really saying Sean just happened to come up with a easily telegraphed strategy allowing the Tagi alliance to decimate Pagong? Tina: Sure, Kimmi just happened to spill Varner's previous vote and Colby agreed to vote out Mitchell at the last minute, totally. Vecepia: The Rotu Four just happen to set themselves up for their downfall while putting Vee in a position to wheel-and-deal the rest of the season? Brian: Production totally didn't make it so people didn't realize how in control the dude was. Totally didn't happen Jenna: Matt totally made the decision to throw FIC on his own, causing Rob to lose. No interference whatsoever. Chris D: The women definitely made the decision to spare Chris at F7. Probst definitely didn't bribe Julie with a date or anything. Tom: Are you kidding? Dude just happens to be placed in charge of probably the most dominant tribe in the history of the show? Aras: He happens to win the F4 immunity despite Terry dominating previously, with Danielle taking F3? You know, the two most crucial immunities for him? Ones that took out the 2 biggest threats to him? Earl: Dreamz totally spilled the plan with the Horseman's idol on his own. And there was definitely no bribery to get Yau-Man out. Definitely. Todd: You thought James just didn't play his idols? Like that would happen. Production definitely stepped in to make sure he didn't. No one would be that stupid. Bob: Try as I might, I've got nothing. Feel free to insert your own JT: You're telling me this dude managed to get literally everyone to like him? And he just happened to never be under fire? All this without outside help? Natalie: You're saying Russell just happened to make the boneheaded decision to keep her twice? Once just before the merge and once at F5? Fabio: Yes, someone who he'd been at odds with the entire game just happens to quit just as they begin to get along, and stays on the jury at that? Cochran: He just happens to be on a tribe of people he can work with? And the one person who sees him as a threat forgets to play her idol? Seriously? Mike: He just keeps winning immunities when literally everybody's goal is to keep him from doing that? Chris U: Devens seriously gave him the idol back? Right, like production didn't make him do it. Tommy: Right, Dean just happened to be able to eliminate his biggest threat at F5, be able to beat Lauren at F4, and then f*ck up at FTC?. All this made possible by definitely not the production crew.
2019.07.14 20:39 soyboytariffsJeff's treatment of Chris Dougherty on the reunion show.
I just finished Vanuatu and wow did Probst take his shots at Chris. Instead of focusing on his game and how he came back from the lowest of lows he keeps painting him as some duplicitous person. I know he was dating Julie so maybe he was trying to act tough in front of "his girl". Has there been any follow-up on this from either of them?
2019.05.22 16:05 ElectaMWhat it’s like being a Survivor fan from Maine
“Ooh, any interesting contestants from there?” “Yeah, we have Julie Berry that dated Probst....A girl named Ashley from a season everyone hates....” “Well, any winners?” “Oh yeah, we have, um......Bob......from Gabon...” “Oh.....wait, isn’t there another contestant? Wasn’t he like...a mailman from season 30?” sweating nervously”N-no, No clue who you’re talking about......”
2019.05.15 17:00 megcnut5702Marathon Update: Season 9
Okay so season 9 was terrible. I could not get into this season AT ALL. I really couldnt stand Eliza. Or Ami. Or Julie. Are we sure her and Probst werent dating BEFORE she went on this season? I like Twila, and Scout was pretty great for an older lady. I didnt care for any of the men, except Chad and Chris. I cant remember his name but the dude who left before Sarge, right before jury, i thought he was okay but really hot headed. Not gonna lie, i let that one play as back ground noise for the most part, and fast fowarded through some of the challenges. It just felt like it was dragging on. Happy to see Chris win tho. Yay him, I suppose. How that many girls in one alliance managed to let it slip through their fingers due to petty bullshit is incredible. I have started 10, and I am already liking this alot.
2019.05.02 17:14 WaluigiThymeSurvivor: Brink of Extinck Episode 12
Rick: Boy, I sure am glad I had immunity last tribal! But I can't guarantee I'll win every immunity, so I need to find an idol or I'll be in a real pickle! In fact, you could call me- Ron: Don't say it, or we will vote you out so hard no amount of idols will save you. In fact, I am going to give you this Advantage Menu for free if you promise never to say it. Rick: ...Ok, I'll take that! Ron (in confessional): Heh heh heh, the Advantage Menu expired like forever ago! Fortunately, I cut out all the parts that mention its expiration date and all the stuff about "opposing tribes" and whatnot. Rick: I wonder why this Advantage Menu has so many holes in it? And why does it call the Brink of Extinck "Secret Redemption Island?" Ooh, I could get a burger, that would be nice. Anyway, I'm the Phoenix, rising from the ashes! Boy, I sure hope that awesome and intelligent guy who writes those hilarious Brink of Extinck parodies calls me that this episode! Me, the author: Yeah, nice try, Rick. Just for that, I'm calling you "The Poop" again. The Poop: Dang it... --Reward Challenge-- Jeff: CMNINGYS! Let's get to everyone's favorite part of the season: the loved ones' challenge! This is the part of the season tugs on your heartstrings so much that anyone with any emotional capability whatsoever loves it! Brian Heidik: Man, I hate this part. The castaways reunite with their loved ones, which is too wholesome of a scene for me to make fun of Jeff: All right, let's get to the challenge! This is a classic challenge that hasn't been used since Survivor: Heroes vs Villains! This is the one Colby failed horribly at. Wait, that was all of them. Sorry, this is the one that Colby and his brother failed horribly at. And that means the loved ones are participating! Survivors and loved ones ready? Go! The Poop and his wife Becca do terribly at the challenge Jeff: The Poop and his wife Becca! Doing terribly at the challenge! Becca: Dang it, Poop! Ron and his husband win the challenge Jeff: RON AND HIS HUSBAND! WIN THE CHALLENGE! Ron: I want to take Julie and Gavin on the reward with me. Julie because she's been my closest ally this whole time, and Gavin because he got married just before coming out here and deserves a honeymoon with his wife. Ron (in confessional): I don't care about Gavin's honeymoon at all! I just took him on reward with me to ensure he will vote with me! Man, I am EVIL! I love it! Gavin: Ron, thank you so much for taking me on this reward with you. I'm so happy that you care about my honeymoon and aren't just doing this to ensure I vote with you. Ron: Yeah... Victoria: Man, it sucks that Ron didn't take me on reward. Now I want to vote him out. Of course, I also want to vote out the Poop, if only because the nicknames are starting to get on my nerves at this point. Also, he's blatantly looking for an idol. The Poop: Well, clearly I must not be doing a very good job of it, because I just can't find one anywhere! Aurora: I'm going through the Poop's bag to see if he found an idol. The Poop: ...What are you doing? Aurora: Going through your bag. The Poop: Why are you going through my bag? Aurora: I'm looking to see if you have an idol. The Poop: Awkward... Aurora: Not really. The Poop: I think I would feel awkward if I got caught looking through someone’s bag. Aurora: ...No. The Poop: ...I'm going to go back into the woods and keep looking for an idol now. The Poop goes back into the woods and keeps looking for an idol Lauren: So, did you find anything in his bag? Aurora: Well, there are a few love letters from Jeff Probst and this weird piece of paper with a bunch of holes that said "Advantage Menu" on it, but no idol. The Poop: Hey, I found something! It says, "Don't worry, Poop, we got you. There's an idol in a tree above your camp." Wow, I wonder how they knew I would end up with this? I wonder if it had anything to do with that one guy who came through our camp and told me to look in this specific place? Come to think of it, he did look just like the guy who put an idol in my bag when I got back from the Brink of Extinck. That night The Poop (whispering): All right, now that the rest of the tribe is asleep, I can climb that tree and- The idol falls out of the tree right into his hands The Poop (still whispering): Wow, crazy how all of these strange coincidences are happening that all just so happen to advance me further in the game when I realistically should have been voted out 4 or 5 rounds ago... --Immunity Challenge-- Jeff: For today's cha- Everyone: JEFF YOU DIDN'T SAY IT! Jeff: ...Didn't say what? Victoria: You know, that thing you always before the challenges... Jeff: I have no idea what you're talking about. Anyway, for today's challenge, you're going to stand in one place. Everyone groans Jeff: But it's a special standing in one place challenge because the first time it appeared there was an iconic moment with Coach! Everyone but Gavin has already fallen out of the challenge by the time Jeff finishes saying this Jeff: Wow, that was fast. GAVIN! WINS IMMUNITY! Ron: Hey Poop, we're voting out Aurora tonight, and definitely not you in any way, shape or form. Julie: Wait, I thought we were voting for the Poop. Ron: We are, I only told him that so he would vote for Aurora and not either of us if he plays an idol or something. Victoria: I had an idea. What if we voted for Ron instead of the Poop? Lauren: It would be you, me, Aurora, and... Gavin? But how will we convince Gavin to vote with us? Aurora: I can give him my extra vote! Victoria: You have an extra vote? ...Why does it have "Property of Ron Clark" written on it? Aurora: Long story short, I lent it to Ron to ensure that he would vote with me. Giving it to Gavin this time would be good, because he has immunity so if there's a tie he can still use it on the revote. Also, now he has to burn a bridge no matter which way he votes. Aurora gives the extra vote to Gavin Gavin: Ron gave me such a great gift in letting me have my island honeymoon... and I'm just supposed to turn around and blindside him? Aurora: Yes. It's not like the jury is going to tear into you for it like they would in the old FTC format. They'll just call it a "big move" and talk about how impressive your "resume" is, or some crap like that. Gavin: Yeah, the new FTC format really does suck... --Tribal Council-- Jeff: Who's getting blindsided tonight? Ron: Not every vote is a blindside, Jeff. I think it's pretty clear that if the Poop doesn't have an idol, he's going home. Jeff: Well, does he have an idol? The Poop: I could end the suspense right now... but I won't. Jeff: Well, we might as well just get around to the vote. Poop, you're up. The castaways go to vote Jeff: Alright, if anyone has a hidden- The Poop: Jeff, I'd like to order something off this Advantage Menu here. Jeff: I'm assuming you want the idol power? The Poop: Actually, I was going to order the burger, but that works too. Jeff: Unfortunately, this menu expired after the third tribal. The Poop: HA! I KNEW IT! I KNEW RON WAS AN EVIL, LYING SNAKE ALL ALONG! AND THAT'S WHY I FOUND A REEEEEAL IDOL! Jeff: Yes, this one is a real idol. All votes cast for the Poop will not count. The Poop: THAT'S RIGHT, BABY! RON AND JULIE ARE THE WORST PEOPLE TO EVER EXIST! LITERALLY THE SPAWN OF SATAN! Jeff: ...I'll read the votes. First vote: Poop. Does not count. Poop. Does not count. Poop. Does not count. Poop. Does not count. Ron. Aurora. That's one vote Ron, one vote Aurora. Ron. That's two votes Ron, one vote Aurora, one vote left. The Poop begins obnoxiously clapping Ron: You didn't even vote for me. Jeff: 13th person voted out of Survivor: Brink of Extinck and the 10th member of our jury: Ron. Julia: YAAAAAS POOP LET'S GO, KILL THAT EVIL MONSTER!!! Ron: Guys, he didn't even vote for me. Jeff: Ron, the tribe has spoken. It's time for you to go. Ron: Seriously though, Poop, you're a great player. The Poop: ...Seriously? Ron: No, you're terrible! You've voted correctly what, once? Twice? And one of those times you wasted an idol! Victoria has voted for the person who got the most votes every single time she's voted! I have no idea why the jury is cheering you, if anything they should be cheering Aurora for surviving tonight, or Lauren and Victoria for pulling off this move! But no, they have to cheer for the Poop. --Ron goes to the Brink of Extinck-- Ron: Guys, I'm sorry for being evil. Reem: Dude, don't worry about it. It's a game. I don't harbor any negative feelings towards you, or anyone else for that matter. Chris: ... Kelley: ... Wardog: ...
2018.12.08 09:46 Cjsmo01Just finished Vanuatu... my thoughts
Was already spoiled about most of the season including the winner Loved the merge. Ever character had a role and was entertaining. Chris and twills both handled FTC very well. Doing what they do best. Chris: bullshitting twilla: being her and being real. I came in knowing Julie dated probst and did not expect to like her but she was great and disappointed she won’t be able to play again. Amy was good TV. Great strategist. Not sure if everyone likes Eliza or what, but I absolutely love her. She was refreshing. Nobody really irked me this season, seemed like a group of good people. I was really really confused about sarge during his speech lol. I was like is this dude really that bothered by one vote that didn’t matter. VERY UNDERRATED SEASON. I saw some rankings about it being 18,19th ish and I couldn’t disagree more. Great cast.
2018.02.27 07:14 removalbot02-27 06:14 - '75 Years Ago Today, the Scholl Siblings and Christoph Probst of the Non-Violent Resistance Group "White Rose" Were Executed by the Nazi Regime' (self.germany) by /u/Thaddel removed from /r/germany within 6957-6967min
The White Rose (German: die Weiße Rose) was a non-violent, intellectual resistance group in Nazi Germany led by a group of students and a professor at the University of Munich. The group conducted an anonymous leaflet and graffiti campaign which called for active opposition to the Nazi regime. Their activities started in Munich on June 27th, 1942, and ended with the arrest of the core group by the Gestapo on February 18th, 1943. They, as well as other members and supporters of the group who carried on distributing the pamphlets, faced show trials by the Nazi People's Court (Volksgerichtshof), and many of them were sentenced to death or imprisonment. The group wrote, printed and initially distributed their pamphlets in the greater Munich region. Later on, secret carriers brought copies to other cities, mostly in the southern parts of Germany. In total, the White Rose authored six leaflets, which were multiplied and spread, in a total of about 15,000 copies. They denounced the Nazi regime's crimes and oppression, and called for resistance. In their second leaflet, they openly denounced the persecution and mass murder of the Jews. By the time of their arrest, the members of the White Rose were just about to establish contacts with other German resistance groups like the Kreisau Circle or the Schulze-Boysen/Harnack group of the Red Orchestra. Today, the White Rose is well-known both within Germany and worldwide.
[link]4 [Their leaflets in English]1 Excerpt from Leaflet 1:
Nothing is so unworthy of a civilised nation as allowing itself to be governed without opposition by an irresponsible clique that has yielded to base instinct. It is certain that today every honest German is ashamed of his government. Who among us has any conception of the dimensions of shame that will befall us and our children when one day the veil has fallen from our eyes and the most horrible of crimes - crimes that infinitely outdistance every human measure - reach the light of day? If the German people are already so corrupted and spiritually crushed that they do not raise a hand, frivolously trusting in a questionable faith in lawful order of history; if they surrender man's highest principle, that which raises him above all other God's creatures, his free will; if they abandon the will to take decisive action and turn the wheel of history and thus subject it to their own rational decision; if they are so devoid of all individuality, have already gone so far along the road toward turning into a spiritless and cowardly mass - then, yes, they deserve their downfall. Goethe speaks of the Germans as a tragic people, like the Jews and the Greeks, but today it would appear rather that they are a spineless, will-less herd of hangers-on, who now - the marrow sucked out of their bones, robbed of their centre of stability - are waiting to be hounded to their destruction. So it seems - but it is not so. Rather, by means of gradual, treacherous, systematic abuse, the system has put every man into a spiritual prison. Only now, finding himself lying in fetters, has he become aware of his fate. Only a few recognised the threat of ruin, and the reward for their heroic warning was death. We will have more to say about the fate of these persons. If everyone waits until the other man makes a start, the messengers of avenging Nemesis will come steadily closer; then even the last victim will have been cast senselessly into the maw of the insatiable demon. Therefore every individual, conscious of his responsibility as a member of Christian and Western civilisation, must defend himself as best he can at this late hour, he must work against the scourges of mankind, against fascism and any similar system of totalitarianism. Offer passive resistance - resistance - wherever you may be, forestall the spread of this atheistic war machine before it is too late, before the last cities, like Cologne, have been reduced to rubble, and before the nation's last young man has given his blood on some battlefield for the hubris of a sub-human. Do not forget that every people deserves the regime it is willing to endure!
Excerpt from leaflet 2:
The German intellectuals fled to their cellars, there, like plants struggling in the dark, away from light and sun, gradually to choke to death. Now the end is at hand. Now it is our task to find one another again, to spread information from person to person, to keep a steady purpose, and to allow ourselves no rest until the last man is persuaded of the urgent need of his struggle against this system. When thus a wave of unrest goes through the land, when "it is in the air," when many join the cause, then in a great final effort this system can be shaken off. After all, an end in terror is preferable to terror without end. We are not in a position to draw up a final judgment about the meaning of our history. But if this catastrophe can be used to further the public welfare, it will be only by virtue of the fact that we are cleansed by suffering; that we yearn for the light in the midst of deepest night, summon our strength, and finally help in shaking off the yoke which weighs on our world. We do not want to discuss here the question of the Jews, nor do we want in this leaflet to compose a defence or apology. No, only by way of example do we want to site the fact that since the conquest of Poland three hundred thousand Jews have been murdered in this country in the most bestial way. Here we see the most frightful crime against human dignity, a crime that is unparalleled in the whole of history. For Jews, too, are human beings - no matter what position we take with respect to the Jewish question - and a crime of this dimension has been perpetrated against human beings. Someone may say that the Jews deserve their fate. This assertion would be a monstrous impertinence; but let us assume that someone said this - what position has he then taken toward the fact that the entire Polish aristocratic youth is being annihilated? (May God grant that this program has not yet fully achieved its aim as yet!) All male offspring of the houses of the nobility between the ages of fifteen and twenty were transported to concentration camps in Germany and sentenced to forced labour, and all the girls of this age group were sent to Norway, into the bordellos of the SS! Why tell you these things, since you are fully aware of them - or if not of these, then of other equally grave crimes committed by this frightful sub-humanity? Because here we touch on a problem which involves us deeply and forces us all to take thought. Why do German people behave so apathetically in the face of all these abominable crimes, crimes so unworthy of the human race? Hardly anyone thinks about that. It is accepted as fact and put out of mind. The German people slumber on in their dull, stupid sleep and encourage these fascist criminals; they give them the opportunity to carry on their depredations; and of course they do so. Is this a sign that the Germans are brutalised in their simplest human feelings, that no chord within them cries out at the sight of such deeds, that they have sunk into a fatal consciencelessness from which they will never, never awake? It seems to be so, and will certainly be so, if the German does not at last start up out of his stupor, if he does not protest wherever and whenever he can against this clique of criminal, if he shows no sympathy for these hundreds of thousands of victims. He must evidence not only sympathy; no, much more: a sense ofcomplicity in guilt. For through his apathetic behaviour he gives these evil men the opportunity to act as they do; he tolerates this "government" which has taken upon itself such an infinitely great burden of guilt; indeed, he himself is to blame for the fact that it came about at all! Each man wants to be exonerated of a guilt of this kind, each one continues on his way with the most placid, the calmest conscience. But he cannot be exonerated; he is guilty, guilty, guilty! It is not too late, however, to do away with this most reprehensible of all miscarriages of government, so as to avoid being burdened with even greater guilt. Now, when in recent years our eyes have been opened, when we know exactly who our adversary is, it is high time to root out this brown horde. Up until the outbreak of the war the larger part of the German people was blinded; the Nazis did not show themselves in their true aspect. But now, now that we have recognised them for what they are, it must be the sole and first duty, the holiest duty of every German to destroy these beasts.
The White Rose quickly became arguably the most famous and popular resistance group in (West) Germany. Likely, this is because they weren't Communist like much of the rest of the resistance (not very palatable in the Cold War) and they were civilian. In early West Germany, the military resistance under Stauffenberg & Co. was seen rather ambigiously - not few people thought of them as traitors who went against basic Prussian soldierly ideals. Still today, the White Rose (or rather the Scholl Siblings) [lends its name to the most German schools]2 and multiple movies have been made that center around them - again with the focus on the Scholls, [more especially Sophie]3 . With Stauffenberg & Co. no longer blemished by the "traitor" mark, the 20th July has also become a set date in the German official calender. For example, every year new recruits of the German Bundeswehr are publicly sworn in, including in front of the Reichstag and on live TV. ''' 75 Years Ago Today, the Scholl Siblings and Christoph Probst of the Non-Violent Resistance Group "White Rose" Were Executed by the Nazi Regime Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Thaddel 1: lib*o*.org/lib*a*y*wh*t*-r*se-documen** 2: sites.**t*.*v/karam*olage*d*/das*s*mbo*-die-deu**ch*n*s*hul*amen-k*rambol*g* 3: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0426578/?ref_=nv_sr_1 4: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Rose Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
For an early season of Survivor, Vanuatu is surprisingly strategic. The tone is set early, as the older men of the Lopevi tribe get together to vote out the young, strong Brook, setting the trend of younger guys going out early. The girls of the Yasur tribe follow suit in their first trip to tribal council, pulling a Christy Smith and blindsiding Dolly, who was originally going to be the swing vote. The men start to lose their grip on the game when the swap comes. The nu-Lopevi tribe, which has a 4-2 male advantage, decides not to throw any challenges and keep their numbers despite the urging of Bubba, and they vote out John instead of Twila or Julia the one time they go to tribal council. So when the merge hits with the women holding a 6-4 advantage, we get three predictable votes of Rory, Sarge and Chad going home and Chris finds himself in (adult Smalls from the Sandlot voice) the biggest pickle any of us had ever seen. If the women had followed through with their plan to take out the men, it would have resulted in a boring, predictable end of the season. The younger girls could have knocked out Twila and Scout and coasted to the final four. Instead, for some reason Ami, Julie and Leann decide to target Eliza instead of Chris, Twila plans a counterattack and the rest is history. Chris is able to seize on the crack left open for him and run with it all the way until the finals. After Leann and Ami are knocked out, Chris is extremely tight with the remaining four girls and essentially gets to choose his path to the end. He wisely decides to go with the older women and eliminate Julie and Eliza. The way Chris handles the Julie and Eliza votes are really his only flaws in the game, other than not realizing to throw some challenges on the nu-Lopevi tribe. They both implicitly trusted him and he coldly kicked them to the curb. From day one, it is clear that Chris is playing the game, and playing it hard. He plays in the Rob Cesternino/Jonny Fairplay/Boston Rob Allstars mold, but unlike Cesternino and Fairplay he is able to make it to the end, and unlike Boston Rob he comes away with the win. He's able to pull it off for several reasons. First off, he took Twila to the end. Twila had pissed off nearly every girl on the jury except Scout for constantly getting in fights around camp and (brace yourself) lying on her son's name. Nowadays in Survivor, lying on someone's name isn't that big of a deal (unless you're Trish in Cagayan), but back then it was apparently a SUPER BIG DEAL. Sarge even asks her at final tribal council if a million dollars was worth casting your son to hell...which...uhh...is that what really happens? Because there's gonna be a lot of relatives of former Survivor players in the fiery pits if that's true. Chris is also able to win because he was playing from the bottom the entire merge. Had he been maneuvering his way to the end from the top of the food chain like Boston Rob (of course, it was different in Allstars because of the preexisting relationships), it might have been a different story. He was able to seize on the underdog role, and since he was a very likable guy, the jury didn't hold too much of a grudge against him. Chris' win saved what could have been a dull end to the season, and allowed him to pull of what at the time was the most improbable victory in Survivor history Stray Thoughts -This is the first time I've watched Vanuatu but I've seen Micronesia multiple times. So it makes more sense why Ozzy, Amanda and Cirie thought they could trust Erik over Ami. The girl is a player, and kind of a snake. -Eliza, on the other hand, is more likable to me in Vanuatu. Although we're told multiple times by the castaways how annoying Eliza is in Vanuatu, we're not shown her being annoying very often except talking too much in the early episodes. She played a much more paranoid game in Micronesia. -I thought this was a poorly edited season in terms of winner's edit. I knew Chris was the winner before the season, but he is shoved down our throat from the first episode. He gets less of an edit at the swap, but the merge is almost all the Chris show. Once you get to the final eight you have Chad, Leann and Julie who are getting basically no edit and Eliza who is getting a fairly negative edit. Scout, Twila and Ami were really the only females who had any chance based on the edit, and then Twila blew that up with her lie. -I don't know what's a bigger shocker, Chris winning or Probst dating the smokeshow that is Julie Berry. Best Player- Chris Best Character- Twila Biggest Moment- Leann blindside/Twila lie Players I Would Have Wanted to See Again- Chris, Twila, Eliza, Ami, Sarge Overall rating- 7.5/10
I posted this list somewhere else but I thought this would be a more appropriate place for those who are interested: BEFORE SURVIVOR BvW1 BvW2 Russell & Brandon (Uncle/Nephew) Eddie Fox & Tasha Fox duh Ethan [Post-Africa] & Corinne [Pre-Gabon] (Dated) Fishbach [Post-Tocantins] & Liz [Pre-KaohRong] (Dated) AFTER SURVIVOR Alex Bell & Kim Powers (Married) Russell Hantz & Mikayla Wingle (Dated) Todd Herzog & Spencer Duhm (Dated) Courtney Yates & Stephen Fishbach (Dated) David Murphey & Carolina (Broken Engagement) David Murphey & Alicia R (David cheated on Carolina)(Allegedly) Probst & Julie Berry (Dated) Ethan & Jenna Morasca (Dated) Ethan & Jenna Lewis (Dated) Ryan Opray & Mary Who? (Broken Engagement) Dreamz & NaOnka (Dated) Neleh & Gabriel (Dated) Parvati & John Fincher (Engaged) Austin & Jennifer Lyon (Dated) Hunter & Gina (Dated) JP & Brad Virata (Dated) Malcolm & So (Dated) Ethan & Amber (Dated) Abi Maria & Pete (Dated) SHOWMANCE Rob & Amber (Married) Greg & Colleen Jaime & Erik (Married) Figgy & Taylor Candice & Adam Gentry Candice & Billy Andrea & Matt Andrea & Eddie Whitney & Keith (Married) Ozzy & Amanda Gregg & Jennifer Coach & Jerri Jeff Wilson & Kim Mullen Parvati & James Parvati & Nate Colby & Jerri Jed & Stephenie Alex & Shawna RUMORS Andrea & Cochran Michelle Yi & Ponderosa Orgy JT & Sugar (One-night stand) Parvati & Ozzy Erik & Kelly (Ponderosa fun-time) Richard H & Mitchell Olsen Chase & Brenda Rocky & Parvati Brett & Kelly Sharbaugh (Engaged) Rob Mariano & Kathy Rob Mariano & Sarah Jones Edgardo & Michelle Yi Rocky & Michelle Yi Eliza & Michelle Yi Alex & Michelle Yi Tyson & Debbie Beebe Gervase & Greg & Colleen lol Parvati & Cameramen (Plural) Parvati & Adam Gentry (Blowjob) Kelly Wigglesworth & Cameraman Joe Anglim & Kelly Wigglesworth (Spiritual F*ckbuddies) Sonja & Will Wahl (Plausible) Michael Skupin & ...ugh... Andrea & http://survivorsucks.yuku.com/topic/104832/Master-List-of-people-Andrea-has-fucked . . . Let me know if i've forgotten anyone or if anything's inaccurate
Most favorable demographic: Gay/Bi (5.5570/10) Least favorable demographic: In a relationship or married (4.2973/10) Strong positive correlations with: Sarita White - S22, Caryn Groedel - S10, Lindsey Richter - S03 Strong negative correlations with: Brian Heidik - S05, Richard Hatch - S08, Terry Deitz - S31 Honors: Strongest negative correlation for Caramoan (with Reynold Toepfer) I thought Sherri had a fairly strong start in the game. Pre-merge she seemed to be playing a pretty solid social game and had the unpredictable Shamar ready to follow her around. I thought that she was proving to be fairly competent and a potential force to be reckoned with in the merge. But then the shuffle happened. It's ridiculous that the set up was rigged to put the fans in the minority no matter what happened. Sure, once the merge rolled around Sherri basically became a lap dog to the favorites but you can't really blame her. She was doing what she thought she had to do in a pretty difficult situation. Maybe she could've tried harder to do something different but who's to say? - gerbil_george
Most favorable demographic: Ages 20-25 (4.9412/10) Least favorable demographic: Gay/Bi (4.5250/10) Strong positive correlations with: Tyrone Davis - S21, Lea "Sarge" Masters - S09, Mike Bortone - S16 Strong negative correlations with: Cindy Hall - S11, Jaclyn Schultz - S29, Jane Bright - S21 Sekou started on a tribe with all African-Americans, on this special season where the castaways are divided by races. He was one of 2 males on a 5-person tribe and his natural ally was the other male, Nate. He was tired out from the first few days which didn't help him at all. When the tribe lost and had to send someone to Exile Island, Nate and him automatically took the decision which of course is picked up by Probst. Ultimately, the girls decided to band together and vote off their weak leader, Sekou, instead. Well, at least he got to perform in the reunion show. - masbond84
Most favorable demographic: Oldest siblings (5.1294/10) Least favorable demographic: High school education or lower (4.5179/10) Strong positive correlations with: Sarita White - S22, Nina Acosta - S24, Steve Wright - S22 Strong negative correlations with: Russell Hantz - S19, James "J.T." Thomas, Jr. - S20, Rafe Judkins - S11 Honors: Strongest positive correlation for Redemption Island (with Sarita White), Strongest negative correlation for Redemption Island (with Russell Hantz) I feel Julie is one of the RI cast members who got shafted the most for being on such a horrid season. This is evident in her Ponderosa videos, where she’s just a super fun presence and seems to be very happy about her time on the show. On the show, she doesn’t even get much screentime in her own boot episode because it’s the absolutely garbage Rice Wars episode (probably my least favorite episode of all time). She really shines at FTC, where she lays into all three finalists, especially Natalie and Rob. I wouldn’t have her this low, as I think she should be above the more boring and offensive RI people (Rob, Natalie, Grant, David, Sarita etc.) but I won’t particularly shed many tears about this placement. - ivarngizteb
Most favorable demographic: In a relationship or married (5.3898/10) Least favorable demographic: Gay/Bi (4.0606/10) Strong positive correlations with: Julie Wolfe - S22, Tom Buchanan - S03, James Miller - S10 Strong negative correlations with: Natalie Bolton - S16, Kelly Goldsmith - S03, Jenna Morasca - S06 I haven't seen RI since it aired live because...well, why would I? But I remember Ralph being, in my opinion, one of the lone bright spots of a dour season. He seemed like an affable and occasionally funny character, a genuine country bumpkin, and whenever he was on the screen, I thought he was more entertaining the just about anybody out there. He bumblefucked his way into finding an idol, which I think is just perfect for Ralph, and ultimately, he was an ok character all in all. But the stain of Redemption Island and his caricature-y edit could certainly serve to drop him this low. - Kid_Monotone
Most favorable demographic: Ages 19 or younger (5.1190/10) Least favorable demographic: Youngest siblings (4.6392/10) Strong positive correlations with: Hope Driskill - S26, Jim Lynch - S11, Ashley Trainer - S19 Strong negative correlations with: Ozzy Lusth - S13, Jon "Jonny Fairplay" Dalton - S07, Ozzy Lusth - S16 On paper, Julia was pretty standout. Like, she's super young and a racecar driver. Not many people have that kind of resume. Her bio was pretty decent and there was enough to suggest some quirks that'd make her interesting (she said she'd bring Bananagrams with her if stranded on a desert island, that just made me chuckle). I don't know if it was largely editing and her lack of solid contribution to the story the editors wanted to tell or if she really was just that bland out on the island, but she really failed to deliver any of what her bio seemed to say she could. Which is a shame. - gerbil_george
Most favorable demographic: Gay/Bi (5.1327/10) Least favorable demographic: In a relationship or married (4.4898/10) Strong positive correlations with: Peih-Gee Law - S31, Trish Dunn - S07, Cecilia Mansilla - S13 Strong negative correlations with: Paschal English - S04, Brian Heidik - S05, Tom Buchanan - S03 Poor Monica. She really didn't make that huge of a splash in Samoa, let's be real. She had a pretty great boot episode where she did everything she could to get under Russell's skin but apart from that she didn't have a very large impact. And then she gets a second chance in Cambodia and gets virtually ignored for the entirety of the season until she's betrayed by Kimmi when she tries to instigate an all female alliance. Poor Monica. - gerbil_george
Most favorable demographic: Non-caucasians (5.2692/10) Least favorable demographic: /survivor members of <1 year (4.5435/10) Strong positive correlations with: Ben Browning - S19, Matt Quinlan - S24, Kelly Sharbaugh - S19 Strong negative correlations with: Rafe Judkins - S11, Jeremy Collins - S31, Todd Herzog - S15 Joel is probably the first alpha male in Survivor. (I guess you can count Sean, but I don't see him as that. Haha.) He was physically fit and have some good strategy with thinking about voting blocks. But this is Borneo, so that is like a taboo word. He was poised to hit the merge but a misplaced laugh at Gervase's joke and the women thinking of him as a physical threat come merge left him blindsided and leaving the game earlier than expected. - masbond84
Most favorable demographic: High school education or lower (5.0610/10) Least favorable demographic: Ages 26 or older (4.6341/10) Strong positive correlations with: John "J.P." Palyok - S09, Matt Quinlan - S24, Sarita White - S22 Strong negative correlations with: John Cochran - S26, "Boston" Rob Mariano - S22, Kathy Vavrick-O'Brien - S08 Shawn was a fun character on Drake. People remember the Sandra-Fairplay feud, but Shawn had plenty of bad blood with his tribemates. He was most notably at odds with Fairplay regularly due to Shawn's poor work ethic, and he also drew Rupert's ire for losing the spear. One of the more underrated characters on an incredible Drake tribe, Shawn had a fun little presence on the season in the premerge. - Kid_Monotone
Most favorable demographic: Started watching Seasons 9-18 (5.4286/10) Least favorable demographic: /survivor members of <1 year (4.0968/10) Strong positive correlations with: Stacey Powell - S23, Sandy Burgin - S18, Wendy Jo DeSmidt-Kohlhoff - S21 Strong negative correlations with: Spencer Bledsoe - S28, Matt Bischoff - S26, Spencer Bledsoe - S31 Linda is the first real oddball we ever got on the show. You could probably make an argument for Mad Dog, but Linda came out for Survivor and was truly out there from the start. The first words we hear from her in the season are “this is really the mother continent for me”. Linda is a total oddball about nature, and by combining the location with her large personality she epitomizes two of the greatest things about Africa. The large personalities of the Samburu tribe are what made it so combustible and fun to watch, and Linda’s total disregard for Silas’ BS is a great example of that. She also is the first person to introduce the theme of nature, which is shown throughout the whole season from the goat blood reward challenge to Big Tom’s balloon ride. Linda added quite a bit of spice to the first four episodes of Africa and helped bring about the Samburu age conflict that really defined the pre-merge of Africa. - ivarngizteb
Most favorable demographic: Started watching Seasons 9-18 (5.1964/10) Least favorable demographic: Non-caucasians (4.6429/10) Strong positive correlations with: Dave Cruser - S15, Rory Freeman - S09, Wendy Jo DeSmidt-Kohlhoff - S21 Strong negative correlations with: Spencer Bledsoe - S28, Stacy Kimball - S14, Kathy Vavrick-O'Brien - S08 Peter Harkey was a very hole-y guy. We all know him best for his monologue about being mindful of your body's literal holes (and for him asking Sean to teach him some Harlem stuff). Peter Harkey was also batshit crazy, which is why he was the first boot from a tribe that included Patricia Jackson. Altogether, he was probably one of Survivor's 5 most memorable first boots and for that, we have a HOLE lot of appreciation for Peter Harkey. - Kid_Monotone
Most favorable demographic: Started watching Seasons 9-18 (5.2143/10) Least favorable demographic: Started watching Seasons 19-32 (4.4255/10) Strong positive correlations with: Liz Kim - S19, Liliana Gomez - S14, Jeanne Hebert - S06 Strong negative correlations with: Jon "Jonny Fairplay" Dalton - S07, Rudy Boesch - S01, Rodger Bingham - S02 In a season divided by gender, she found herself drawn more to the younger females in her tribe even though she's older than them. Going to their first tribe though, she and her member alliances got blindsided when the older members convinced Eliza that Dolly might target her and brought Eliza to their side. When they went again, believing Mia to bring discomfort in the cab, she decided to join the older tribes in getting out her ally. Come tribe switch, she had the opportunity to choose which tribe to join and she decided to go with the one with more females giving her numbers. Ami, who is soaking up the leadership, gets suspicious when Lisa asks her where to get the food ""just in case"" and therefore got to be the next one voted out. She could have been like a Debbie (S18) and made it far as she was not a liability and wasn't a threat too. But alas Queen Ami decides it's time to off with her head. - masbond84
Most favorable demographic: Started watching Seasons 9-18 (5.2027/10) Least favorable demographic: Gay/Bi (4.5152/10) Strong positive correlations with: Jimmy Tarantino - S21, Frank Garrison - S03, Gary Hogeboom - S11 Strong negative correlations with: Parvati Shallow - S16, Parvati Shallow - S20, Natalie Bolton - S16 As someone who started watching Survivor in China, my only knowledge of the early seasons of Survivor were through a binge I did of them last year. And one of the most BAFFLING things was the hatred everyone on Ogakor, particularly Colby, had for Keith. An interesting, if slightly aloof guy, Keith brought a lot of life experience as a chef and filmmaker to the table and was a central part of one of early Survivor's greatest tribes. He ran the game with the Ogakor 5 and, along with Colby and Tina, turned on Amber and Jerri (with who he had a weird, poorly explained feud in the premerge) and went to the final 3. Conventional wisdom would have dictated that Colby would take the relatively unpopular (once again, not sure why he was disliked by many) Keith to FTC over the socially adept Tina. But Colby didn't do that. Colby explicitly said in a confessional that he just wanted to keep Keith Famie away from the million dollars and was willing to sacrifice his win in order to prevent Keith from winning. WTF, SURVIVOR EDITORS? To this day, I still don't know why Keith was so incredibly loathed by people like Colby, but I personally thought he was a pretty interesting guy who seemed decent enough and obviously was a big part of the season's narrative. - Kid_Monotone
Most favorable demographic: Started watching Seasons 19-32 (5.1600/10) Least favorable demographic: In a relationship or married (4.6462/10) Strong positive correlations with: Allie Pohevitz - S26, Morgan McDevitt - S11, Brianna Varela - S11 Strong negative correlations with: Tai Trang - S32, Scout Cloud Lee - S09, Eliza Orlins - S09 Honors: #4 most N/A votes Link to spreadsheet with all results Tomorrow: To this date, only two seasons remain untouched: Panama and Kaoh Rong. Tomorrow, that number will drop to one. Place your bets! Also, we lose a horseman, a third-time returnee, two second-time returnees, a Probst favorite, and three people from a season that (to some, surprisingly) hasn’t lost all that many yet.
So, I saw someone else posted a list of Survivor anagrams for S32. I also have compiled a list of anagrams of Survivor castaways’ names from seasons 1 to 32 over time. So I thought I’d share them! I put Cambodia first, then Kaoh Rong, and then seasons 1-30 in order. To find a player you have in mind, look them up on their original season. I put in italics anagrams that arefunnyorinterestingorcreepy… Winnersare in bold. And I only put anagrams on the list that actually make coherent sense. **HOPE YOU ENJOY IT! Feel free to leave comments about your favorites! They’d be appreciated as some of these are pretty darn funny. ~Cambodia~ Abi-Maria Gomes = Bro... I am sage. I am!/ I am some airbag/ I raise ammo bag Andrew Savage = Agendas wave Award gas even/ A sad new grave/ A war’s avenged/ Wave as danger Ciera Eastin = A nice satire/ I eat arsenic Jeremy Collins = Smell nicer joy Joe Anglim = Go jam line/ Go jail men/ Jail gnome Kass McQuillen = Quick man sells/ Quells in smack/ Keith Nale = Then I leak/ Liken heat Kelley Wentworth = We knew they troll/ Well, they network Kelly Wiglesworth = Get why skill lowe Yell, work with legs/ Wore skylight well Kimmi Kappenberg = Be pimp kingmaker Monica Padilla = I do a plain clam Spencer Bledsoe = No blessed creep/ Peer be coldness/ Son creep bleeds Tasha Fox = Fast hoax ~Kaoh Rong~ Alecia Holden = Hoed alliance/ I cleaned halo Aubry Bracco = Crab, you crab/ Occur by a ba Cab by our car Cydney Gillon = End cloyingly/ Lending coyly Darnell Hamilton = I manhandle troll/ Harm all indolent/ I enthrall old man Caleb Reynolds = A scorned belly/ Censored by all/ Sacredly noble/ Clearly on beds/ Lonely bed sca Obscenely lard/ Lordly absence/ Bend so clearly/ Beyond recalls/ Blend coarsely/ Closed blarney/ Elderly can sob Debbie Warner = Be wide, barren/ Dare new bribe/ Renewed Rabbi/ Wine be barred/ Need barbwire/ New bare bride/New red Barbie/ Beer be inward/ Be wind-beare Beware binde I be redrawn Joe del Campo = Deep cool jam Kyle ‘Sarg’ Jason = Slangy as Joke Joke, gnarly ass/ Any jerk’s goals/ Glares sank joy Michele Fitzgerald = I fetch me lizard leg Neal Gottlieb = Go, little bean!/ Angel to be lit/ Let binge a lot/ Be in tollgate/ Gotten liable/ Not legible at/ Oblige talent/ Leg in a bottle/ Blot a Gentile Nick Maiorano = I rock on mania/ Crook in mania/ A minion croak Peter Baggenstos = Egg a tense Probst/ Be poet gangsters/ Beg top greatness/ Stop tense beggar Scot Pollard = Doll’s capto Craps do toll/ Do call sport/ Scar top doll/ Clasp to Lord/ Adopt scroll/ To drop calls/ Scold patrol Tai Trang = Giant rat/ A ratting/ Rang at it/ Tag train ~Borneo~ B.B. Andersen = Ban benders/ Bed banners Dirk Been = Be kinde Kind bee Keen bird/ Kneed rib Gervase Peterson = Gas over pretense/ Go save represent/ Repeat governess Greg Buis = Big urges/ Big surge/ Us bigge I rub eggs/ Is bugger Gretchen Cordy = Dry crotch gene Joel Klug = Gull joke Ramona Gray = Angry aroma Rudy Boesch = Crushed boy/ Decoy shrub/ Rode by such Stacey Stillman = All my testis can/ Am silently cast/ My little ass can/ Calls it amnesty/ Class mentality/ Mainly tactless/ I’ll act my sanest/ Less cattily, man/ Saintly calmest/ Casts all enmity/ Clients may last/ All my scantiest/ It’s all my ascent/ Smell a sanctity/ Smelly at antics/ Tally semantics ~The Australian Outback~ Amber Mariano = Am near Rob, I am!/ Am a main bore Rare mob mania Colby Donaldson = So, con blond lady/ Scan doll on body/ Nobody’d call, son/ Call odds by noon Debb Eaton = Babe noted/ Note, be bad/ Be a debt on/ Beat on bed/ Toned babe/ Nabbed toe/ One bad bet/ Bent abode/ Need abbot Keith Famie = I make thief Kel Gleason = Leaks on leg/ Sleek along/ Ogles ankle Maralyn Hershey = Yearn me harshly/ Hears early hymn/ Sly hyena-harmer Mitchell Olson = Melons to chill Rodger Bingham = Go bring me hard/ Grind Amber, hog/ Go bring her mad/ Raging mob herd/ Had bigger morn Tina Wesson = Notes as win/ Was tension/ Now asset in/ Wins on a set/ Saw tension/ We no saints ~Africa~ Carl Bilancione = A clinical bone All can be ironic/ Can care billion/ Cancer a billion Clarence Black = Nice local brain/ Cannibal-recoil/ Rebel can clack/ Back canceller Diane Ogden = Die and gone/ Do need gain/ Gain no deed/ None did age Frank Garrison = Grins for a rank Kelly Goldsmith = Kills them godly Kim Powers = I skew prom Linda Spencer = Ends crap line/ Creeps inland/ Darn lip scene/ Dinner places/ Perils can end/ Placed sinne Sniped lance Slender panic/ Rancid spleen/ Naps, recline Lindsey Richter = I’d cry in shelte Is richly tende Recline dry shit/ Rich die sternly/ Sincerely third/ Resident richly/ Hit dry silencer Silas Gaither = Arise as light/ Hairiest slag/ I slather gas/ Sigh, a realist/ Right aliases Teresa Cooper = As creeper too/ Operates core/ See, react poo Operate score/ Cease troope Peace, rooster Tom Buchanan = Moan at bunch/ Can hunt a mob/ On a bum chant/ A thumb canon ~Marquesas~ Gabriel Cade = I care, be glad/ Grace bailed/ Race big deal/ Acrid beagle/ Be caged, lia Rig a debacle/ Acid be large Gina Crews = A screwing/ Nicer swag/ Wins grace/ Gains crew/ Saw cringe/ Care-wings/ Swing-race/ We scaring Hunter Ellis = He tells ruin/ Slur the line/ Line hustle Thrill ensue Paschal English = A clashing helps/ Hassling chapel Patricia Jackson = I join a crap stack/ Jackpot is in a car Peter Harkey = The key rape Take her prey Rob Mariano = A brain room Robert DeCanio = Aerobic rodent/ Bad rioter once/ Erection-board/ Do beat on crie Nice, dear robot/ Bored creation/ I beat no record/ Be action orde Be carried onto/ Be on a credito I’d beat corone End taboo crie I cornered boat Sean Rector = Arrest once/ Can restore/ Near escort/ Corner seat/ Neat score Snore, react/ No caterers/ Sneer acto So recreant/ Tear censor Tammy Leitner = I try me mental/ Try it, male men/ Manly termite/ Men may litte Trim me neatly/ Met my latrine/ Entitle my arm/ Mire my talent Vecepia Towery = I overact weepy/ I vote creep way/Receive way top/ Way to perceive ~Thailand~ Brian Heidik = A bikini herd/ I hiked in bra Erin Collins = Rolls in nice Ghandia Johnson = Shanghai donjon Helen Glover = Hell on verge/ Never go hell Ken Stafford = Drank off-set/ Sent off dark/ Faked fronts/ Offend stark/ Desk affront Penny Ramsey = Any men’s prey/ Enemy spy ran Shii-Ann Huang = I Shanghai nun Stephanie Dill = Depth in allies/ Held penis tail/ Denials help it/ Split headline/ I held panelist Ted Rogers = Get orders/ Greed-sort/ Do regrets/ Rest gored Jenna Morasca = Jeans can roam Sandra Diaz-Twine = A wizard sat in end/ Radiant win dazes/ I add an ersatz win/ Raw and sanitized Amber Mariano = Am near Rob, I am!/ Am a main bore Rare mob mania ~The Amazon~ Butch Lockley = The cocky bull/ Chuckle by lot/ To check bully/ Clothe by luck/ They lock club Christy Smith = My shirts itch Daniel Lue = Alien duel Heidi Strobel = Hostile bride/ I be the Lord’s/ Bite her idols/ Set her libido/ I do hit rebels Jenna Morasca = Jeans can roam Matthew von Ertfelda = Love fattened warmth/ Theft marveled a town Rob Cesternino = Erection’s born/ Corniest bone Escort boner in/ Be tonic snore No rotten scribe/ No snob recite No bitter sensor Roger Sexton = Ogre-torn sex Shawna Mitchell = Wins calm health ~Pearl Islands~ Burton Roberts = Turns to robber Christa Hastie = It’s a chest hai As I hit the cars/ I chase a thirst/ As a richest hit/ Atheistic rash Lillian Morris = Roll in similar Michelle Tesauro = Me, celestial hour Nicole Delma = Local men die/ Led on malice/ Me, a nice doll/ Me all in code/ Model can lie Osten Taylor = Nasty loote Loose tyrant/ Entry as tool/ Start looney/ Not real toys/ To stay lone Only at store/ Only to stare Rupert Boneham = Rape her bum ton/ Be humor-parent/ Mean up, brothe Be prom haunte Entrap bum hero/ Run, be metapho Another bumpe Mope heartburn/ Put home barren Ryan Opray = Pony-array Ryan Shoulders = Run dry, Asshole/ Hero runs, sadly/ Sorry, handle us/ Also ends hurry/ Darn surly hoes/ Hardens sourly/ Has old nursery/ Runs shy ordeal/ So hardly nurse Sandra Diaz-Twine = A wizard sat in end/ Radiant win dazes/ I add an ersatz win/ Raw and sanitized Shawn Cohen = No cash when… Tijuana Bradley = Radiant bluejay/ A bad late injury/ A bat lay injured / A ready jubilant/ Darn jail beauty ~Vanuatu~ Brady Finta = Ban if tardy/ Dainty barf/ Fry a bandit Brook Geraghty = Try, hook beggar Chris Daugherty = Richest hard guy/ Reach gushy dirt / I’d crush thy rage/ I’d hush great cry/ His daughter cry Dolly Neely = Yelled only Eliza Orlins = Nil is all zero John Palyok = Honk jalopy Lea ‘Sarge’ Masters = Alert, ass emerges/ Merge’s real asset/ Esteem larger ass/ Releases germs at/ Ageless streame Messages’ alerter Lisa Keiffer = Is life-freak/ Fake life, si Like if safe Rifle is fake Mia Galeotalanza = Agonize at a llama/ I gaze on, at a llama Rory Freeman = No marry free/ Yearn reform/ Nay, reforme Me, far ornery Scout Cloud Lee = Clues clued too/ Use collect duo Travis Sampson = Sportsman visa Twila Tanner = Want latrine ~Palau~ Angie Jackusz = Jack gun a size Caryn Groedel = End clear orgy/ Cry, aged lone Done large cry / Go end real cry/ Go dry-cleane Carry on ledge Ian Rosenberger = Enrage boner, si Nearer sobering/ Groins be neare Be senior ranger James Miller = Smellier jam Janu Tornell = Unlearn jolt Jonathan Libby = Job by inhalant Katie Gallagher = Hate, kill garage/ A talkier haggle Stephenie LaGrossa = Repeating Assholes/ Airplane sees ghost Tom Westman = Want me most/ ‘Twas moment Wanda Shirk = Ask hard win/ Drank a wish/ I swank hard/ Has kind wa Wash a drink/ Wash in dark Willard Smith = Thrill was dim/ Will mist hard ~Guatemala~ Amy O’Hara = Hay-aroma Brandon Bellinger = Ennobled barn girl Brianna Varela = Arable nirvana Brooke Struck = Book truckers Cindy Hall = Candy Hill Danni Boatwright = Win a grand hot bit/ A throwing bandit/ Bad with ignorant/ Boarding that win/ I do ban thwarting/ No tightwad brain Gary Hogeboom = Go abhor my ego/ Go harem boy, go Jamie Newton = A new joint me/ We meant join/ Join new meat Judd Sergeant = Adjust gende Just deranged/ Just need drag/ End, just raged/ Grand jest due/ Judges ranted/ Just darn edge Lydia Morales = Aside morally/ I delay morals/ I solely drama/ My idol as real/ A smelly radio/ Dies amorally/ Yes armadillo/ Admires loyal/ Dear loyalism/ Dreamily also/ Ideally roams Rafe Judkins = Aid fun jerks/ Junkier fads ~Panama – Exile Island~ Austin Carty = At a scrutiny/ Cut sanitary Bobby Mason = Ban my boobs Bruce Kanegai = Breaking a cue Cirie Fields = I sliced fire Dan Barry = Barnyard Danielle DiLorenzo = I’ll dread ozone line/ One idle, lone lizard/ Deodorize all linen Melinda Hyder = Men hardly die/ I end her madly/ Mend her daily/ Derailed hymn/ Maidenly herd Nick Stanbury = Bank scrutiny Shane Powers = Answers hope/ He opens wars/ He was person/ Pass new hero/ Has new poser Tina Scheer = In here, cats!/ The arsenic/ Nice hearts/ Then I scare/ Cheater’s in/ Antics here/ I enter cash/ She certain/ Hear insect/ I reach nest ~Cook Islands~ Adam Gentry = Tragedy-man/ Mated angry/ Gay men dart/ At my dange Day garment/ Grated many Billy Garcia = A big lyrical Brad Virata = Avid bar rat/ Bird avatar Candice Cody = A coded cynic Cecilia Mansilla = I can calm allies/ I call maniac’s lie/ I call malice a sin/ Clinical malaise/ I claim alliances Christina Coria = Raincoat is rich Flicka Smith = Lick him fast!/ Am sick filth/ Film as thick Parvati Shallow = Slap with a valor Rebecca Borman = A cancer bombe Cram beer on cab/ Barber can come/ Can race bombe Embrace carbon Stephanie Favor = Hover a fat penis/ Hate penis favo Rapist of heaven/ Of sharp naïveté/ A festive orphan Sundra Oakley = Us royal naked/ Sneak Our Lady/ You drank sale/ Aroused lanky ~Fiji~ Boo Bernis = Bribe soon/ Rinse boob/ So, no bribe/ I bore snob Cassandra Franklin = Crank ass far inland Earl Cole = Cello era Edgardo Rivera = Drive road rage!/ Do arrive ragged Erica Durosseau = Our cause is dea I arouse crusade/ I aroused a curse/ Raised our cause/ I caroused a use I use our arcades/ Readies raucous/ See raucous raid Gary Stritesky = Risky strategy/ I get starry sky James ‘Rocky’ Reed = Airs comedy jerk/ My jokes carried/ I rock Jersey mad/ Joker’s crime day/ I do jerks a mercy/ I scared my joker Liliana Gomez = Gaze a million Lisi Linares = A sillier sin/ Arise in ills/ I sell raisin/ Ill airiness/ Sin, liar lies Rita Verreos = Rarer Soviet/ I save terro Rioters rave/ Overrate, sir Stacy Kimball = May blacklist/ Stick by llama Sylvia Kwan = A wavy slink ~China~ Aaron Reisberger = Ignore bare rears/ Agree on barriers/ Error area begins/ See bargain error Amanda Kimmel = Am like madman/ Manlike madam/ I, naked mammal/ Make a man mild/ Damn, like mama/ Made a milkman Ashley Massaro = Male’s hoary ass/ Am shy as lose Holy Mass areas/ Shame royal ass/ So slam hearsay/ So slays a harem/ Say, harass mole/ As army asshole/ Slay a mass hero/ Am hoarsely, ass Chicken Morris = Irks me chronic Courtney Yates = Yes, coy taunte You sneer catty/ You stay cente You erect, nasty/ You cry neatest/ Eyes at country Dave Cruser = Cursed rave/ Sued crave User craved/ Curved ears Denise Martin = I inserted man Frosti Zernow = First, now zero/ Froze in worst/ Won zero, first/ First row zone/ Front row size/ Tons frowzier Jaime Dugan = A main judge James Clement = Jam select men Leslie Nease = Lease senile/ Less alienee Sherea Lloyd = Yes Lord, heal/ Hell, so ready/ Her, sole lady/ Holy leaders ~Micronesia~ Alexis Jones = Join sex sale/ See jinx also/ One’s jail sex Joel Anderson = No older jeans Kathy Sleckman = The lanky smack Mary Sartain = Marry a saint/ Sanitary arm/ Train as army Mikey Bortone = Be monkey riot/ Bite key moron/ Be key monito Took in my bee I broke my tone/ Obi, key mento Money broke it/ Obey monk rite/ My entire book/ Mine, key robot Natalie Bolton = I’ll beat on a ton/ No, not liable at/ Lone battalion/ Label notation Tracy Hughes-Wolf = Grew flashy touch/ Tough, flashy crew/ What grouchy self ~Gabon~ Ace Gordon = Do no grace/ Ego-cando Cargo done/ Caged-dono Can do ogre Bob Crowley = Blew boo cry Charlie Herschel = Check minor, si Rich smirk once/ Reach chills here Corinne Kaplan = Rankle on panic Gillian Larson = Aligns in a roll/ I’ll nag liars on/ Nails a rolling Kelly Czarnecki = Kneel, lick crazy Ken Hoang = Khan gone Marcus Lehman = Launch me arms/ Calmer, humans/ Rush calm amen Matty Whitmore = Am witty mothe Witty mom-hate Worth it, my mate/ What to my merit Michelle Chase = Clichés heal me Randy Bailey = By a yard-line/ I yearn badly/ Nearby daily/ Lay in by dea I learn by day/ Barely in day/ Already in by Sugar Kipper = I spark purge Susie Smith = Misuse shit/ Use hit-miss ~Tocantins~ Ben Coach Wade = Woe, bad chance/ Hence a bad cow/ Chewed a bacon Erinn Lobdell = I’ll lend bone I’ll end noble Bedroll linen Joe Dowdle = Jewel Dodo J.T. Thomas = Jots math Sandy Burgin = Undying bras/ Bind us angry/ Burning days/ Gun any birds Sierra Reed = Rare desire/ Rise deare As derriere Spencer Duhm = Denser chump/ Spender much/ Drench spume Tyson Apostol = Stops any tool/ Loots any spot/ Slays onto top/ Slop too nasty/ Only stoops at/ Spotty saloon/ Stops at loony ~Samoa~ Betsy Bolan = Stolen baby/ Not sly, babe/ Yes, not blab/ No stable by/ Be only stab/ Let’s ban boy/ Sat by noble/ Sob tenably Brett Clouser = Clutter bores/ Escort butle Bottle curse Butter closer Erik Cardona = A darker icon/ I adore crank/ Reckon a raid Kelly Sharbaugh = Hug shaky balle Harsh, ugly, bleak/ All ask her by hug/ All by huge shark Laura Morett = A true mortal/ Alert, a tumo Am real tuto Late at rumo Rare mulatto/ Rat emulato Turtle aroma Marisa Calihan = Am a liar, cash in/ Hail in mascara/ Malaria chains/ A main air clash/ I charm a snail Mike Borassi = Irksome bias/ I am a kiss-bore/ I rob me a kiss Natalie White = Neat with a lie/ Alienate with/ Await the line Russell Hantz = Shall run zest Russell Swan = Ass runs well/ Runs lawless Shambo Waters = Am the war-boss/ Woe, stab harms/ Bathes so warm/ Bras somewhat/ Hates war mobs/ We harass tomb/ Her wombat ass/A hamster bows Yasmin Giles = Is slaying me/ Is sly enigma/ Sly in image/ Gain messily/ I lay, messing ~Nicaragua~ Alina Wilson = Lawn liaison Brenda Lowe = Down a rebel/ Be a new lord/ Blade owne Earned blow/ We bond real/ Bleed on wa Redone bawl/ Been a world/ Enable word/ Drew a noble/ Lowered ban/ New labored/ Wonder-able Chase Rice = Ace riches/ Rich cease/ Search ice Dan Lembo = Bad lemon/ Be old man/ Blamed on/ Mad noble/ Lame bond/ Bold name Jane Bright = Big jar then Jimmy Tarantino = Majority Tin-Man/ Jam my nitration Kelly Shinn = Hell skinny Marty Piombo = A prim tomboy/ Am prim booty/ Boo my armpit/Am it, prom boy/ May trip, boom! Sash Lenahan = He has annals Tyrone Davis = Dirty as oven/ Invades Troy/ I drove nasty/ No adversity/ Avoids entry/ Yes, torn diva/ I do envy sta Drove sanity/ I vary, stoned/ Done varsity/ Destroy vain/ Vanity doers/ I not very sad/ I stay vendo Noisy advert/ So divert any/ So invert day/ Navy so tired Wendy Jo DeSmidt = My joints wedded Yve Rojas = Joy-save Joy-raves ~ Redemption Island~ Andrea Boehlke = Able naked hero/ Healed on break Ashley Underwood = Woe, unholy dreads/ Now hours delayed David Murphy = Hump diva dry Francesca Hogi = Fears coaching/ Afghani socce A coach’s finge Chains for cage/ Aches of caring/ Forcing a chase/Fingers a coach/ Fiasco change Go if has cance Facing as chore Grant Mattos = Got start, man/ Strong at mat Julie Wolf = I foul jewel Matt Elrod = Old matte Treat mold Mike Chiesl = Like chimes Natalie Tenerelli = Tell neat lie in ea Lie alternate line/ Nettle in a real lie Phillip Sheppard = Helps hard lip-pip Ralph Kiser = Shark peril/ Sharp liker Sarita White = We air shit at/ I, I hate warts/ I was a hitte I, I was threat/ With a satire/ It awaits he Hit a war site/ Air the waist/ I hear a twist/ It’s with area / Wait hastie I hate its war Steve Wright = Swerve tight Stephanie Valencia = Evil satanic peahen/ I can have penalties/ Is a cheap valentine/Achieve in pleasant/ Leviathan sapience/ Nice spatial heaven ~South Pacific~ Albert Destrade = Deserted lab-rat/ Bastard-delete Stable, retarded/ Led bad retreats/ Latest debarred/ Starred belated/ Let bad arrested Dawn Meehan = Had new name/ New headman/ A new mad hen Edna Ma = Anadem/ Maenad/ Mean ad Elyse Umemoto = Me, you stole me/ You meet moles/ Met, you lose me Keith Tollefson = Not kill the foes Mark Caruso = Scour karma/ Sack a rumor Mikayla Wingle = I malign weakly/ I all weak in gym/ Leak my wailing/ Liking lame way/ Gawkily lame in/ I walk in gamely Rick Nelson = Censor-link/ Inner locks/ Liken scorn/ Lock sinner Sophie Clarke = Chase like pro/ Hero pack lies/ A choler spike/ Likes each pro/ Real sick hope Stacey Powell = Select low pay/ We pat closely/ Coleslaw-type Whitney Duncan = I hunt new candy/ New handy tunic ~One World~ Alicia Rosa = A social air Bill Posley = Spoil belly/ Libels ploy/ Lies by poll Chelsea Meissner = I see her calmness/ Means I cheer less/ See, nice, harmless/ See rich maleness / See, silence harms/ She sense miracle/ Relishes menaces Christina Cha = Hatch is in ca Archaic hints/ Has rich antic Colton Cumbie = Boom, nice cult/ Climb out once/ Me not bucolic Jonas Otsuji = Joins a joust Kat Edorsson = Rodeos stank/ Ran so stoked/ Torso’s naked/ Soon darkest / Toss dark one/ Too darkness/ Asked no sort/ No doer’s task/ Rodents soak/ Steaks donor Kim Spradlin = Mild in spark Kourtney Moon = You’re not monk/ Monkey on tou Took money, run/ Unto key moron Leif Manson = Elf mansion/ Inflame son Michael Jefferson = Scoff jail men here Monica Culpepper = Compel pure panic/ Pimp up concealer Sabrina Thompson = Snaps in bathroom Tarzan Smith = Man hits tza This man-tzar Troyzan Robertson = Ran boozy torrents ~Philippines~ Angie Layton = Goat inanely/ Aye, not align/ Not agile any/ Not gay alien/ I leant agony/ A leaning toy Artis Silvester = Resists evil rat/ Arrest, it’s evil/ Satirist revels/ Rarest evil sits/ Realist strives/ Resist set rival/ Lives starriest/ Set liar strives/ Vitals-resister Carter Williams = Alarm, I slit crew/ Camera will sti I will master ca Will tear racism/ I tell racism-wa Tramcar willies/ Call wartime, si I stall war crime/ Calmer liar’s wit/ War’s clear limit/ Crime trail’s law/ Limits a crawle Writes lacrimal Dana Lambert = Named ‘Lab-rat’/ Alert, bad man/ Damnable rat/ Bad maternal/ Am bad rental/ Real tab, damn/ Tear bald man/ Blamed a rant/ Tamable, darn Denise Stapely = Destiny please/ A needless pity/ Despise neatly/ Steady in sleep Katie Hanson = Hit on a snake/ Shake nation Lisa Whelchel = We heal chills Malcolm Freberg = Grab me from cell Michael Skupin = Is human pickle/ A chipmunk lies/ I leak much spin/ Is unlike champ R.C. Saint-Amour = Satanic rumo I scorn trauma/ In a cast-rumo Crams in a tou A rustic mano Am corsair nut/ Can arm suito Courts airman/ Is man-curato Ran custom ai Ration sacrum Roxanne Morris = So annex mirror Sarah Dawson = Now a hard ass/ Had no raw ass/ Has no awards/ Ran as shadow ~Caramoan~ Allie Pohevitz = Hip evil zealot/ I plot vile haze Eddie Fox = Die foxed/ I’d feed ox Hope Driskill = He drops, I kill/ Like lordship/ Killed his pro Matt Bischoff = Bitch’s off mat/ Combat shift Michael Snow = Slow machine/ A clownish me/ I shame clown/ In camel show/ He now claims / Cinema howls/ Chews on mail Reynold Toepfer = Order foe plenty/ Pretend foolery/ Reported felony/ To freely ponde Deploy on ferret/ Eloped for entry/ Order pony fleet/ Poetry enfolder Shamar Thomas = So asthma harm/ Harm a hot mass/ Has trash ammo Sherri Biethman = Me in harsh tribe/ Him in her breast/ Am here in births/ I banish her, term/ I share birth, men/ Rebirth in shame ~Blood vs. Water~ Brad Culpepper = Clapper burped Caleb Bankston = Can’t be so blank/ Slant backbone/ Bacon blankets Hayden Moss = She’s dynamo!/ As shy demon/ Shamed nosy Katie Collins = Lick toenails/ I slacken toil/ Ocean kills it/ Kill a section/ Catlike lions Laura Boneham = A humane labo A lame hour ban/ A hoe ran album/ Aloha, unbar me/ Heal bun-aroma Marissa Peterson = Not a sperm arises/ A sperm assertion/ Am a set prisone Rear-ass nepotism/Armpit’s seasone Arrest me, passion/ Arsonist rapes me/ Is men’s separato Arrest pains me so/ Asserts more pain/ Praise as monste Separates minors/ Passion-streame Mere star passion/ No arteries-spasm/ An opera mistress/ Mean pastor rises/ Aspersion maste Parrot as nemesis/ Tame as prisoners/ A rainstorm seeps Rachel Foulger = Hour, grace fell/ Face log-hurle Flag cruel hero/ Her cougar fell/ Go half-cruele Our charge fell/ Furor hell cage/ Flag hoe-curle For huge recall/ Clog her earful/ Rare cough fell / For huge cellar ~Cagayan~ Brice Johnston = I scorn job then/ Jobs not enrich David Samson = So damn diva/ Void damn ass Garrett Adelstein = Get restraint deal/ Dates tit-enlarge Lasted retreating/ Let Tragedian rest/ Treat red genitals/ Designate rattle Restart a deleting Jeremiah Wood = Hide major woe J’Tia Taylor = Joy at trial Lindsey Ogle = Godly senile/ End silly ego/ Does yelling/ I yelled song/ Long eyelids/ Eyeing dolls/ On edge, silly/ Need go silly/ Only leg dies/ Old sly genie/ Single yodel LJ McKanas = Jams clank Morgan McLeod = Am cold-monge Commander log/ Glad commone Command ogle Gold morn came Trish Hegarty = Hearty rights/ She try aright/ Starry height/ Try high rates Tony Vlachos = Vocal, not shy/ Not sly havoc ~San Juan del Sur~ Alec Christy = Has tricycle/ I trash cycle/ Cliché saty Scarcely hit/ Stray cliché/ Try chalices / Shy at circle/ Teach lyrics Baylor Wilson = I slay lowborn/ So lowly brain Dale Wentworth = At the new world/ Threw a letdown/ World went hate/ Drew not wealth/ Let down the wa We worth dental Drew Christy = Hit, screw dry/ Is dry wretch/ Screwy third/ Switch dryer Josh Canfield = Child of jeans Missy Payne = Say my penis/ Yes, I spy, man/ My easy spin/ Yes, main spy Natalie Anderson = Ends an alienato An anal desertion Wes Nale = New sale/ See lawn ~Worlds Apart~ Carolyn Rivera = Carry in a love Carry novel air Dan Foley = Only deaf/ Day-felon/ Yodel fan Hali Ford = Hold fai Fold hair Joaquin Souberbielle = Job be a queer illusion/ I one jealous quibbler Kelly Remington = Enemy troll king/ Kill ten gory men/ Not grill my knee Lindsey Cascaddan = Dances as candidly/ I access dandy land Max Dawson = Was damn ox Mike Holloway = Lame wily hook Nina Poersch = Penis ancho Crash in open/ Nice orphans/ Shine on crap/ China person Rodney LaVoie = A looney drive/ I do yearn love/ I lay overdone/ I loony evade Rely on a video Sierra Thomas = I am star horse/ Is a smart hero/ Am so trashie A hermit soars/ Riot harass me/ Hear as I storm/ Her aroma sits/ A riot smashe Air harms toes/ Roar, hiss at me/ Air some trash Tyler Fredrickson = Drink for secretly/ Lends for trickery/ Fry closet drinke Escort fly drinker Vince Sly = Sync evil Will Simpson = Won slim lips
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2015.09.30 14:54 petitephloxWould a producer/crew member be allowed to date a cast member if they came back for another season?
No clue why this popped into my head last night, but I was thinking about Jeff Probst and Julie Berry - I wonder if the reason she hasn't come back is because of the possible bias? (even though the relationship is long over, maybe there was a contract?) I remember in the Survivor cameraman's AMA, he said that relationships happen both on and off camera- do you think that if a cast member were dating someone on the production side, they'd have to keep it a secret if they want to return in a future season?
2015.05.20 19:55 billcosbyinspace[REDMAN CONFORMED] mike is dating sierra corinne max julie berry joe jerf probst so and doo and malcum and shirnini and jenn and f.ierce sandra and russelz handz and barack obama and you and himself and they're all pregnant omg
2014.06.14 00:50 tabledresser[Table] IAmA: My name's Malcolm Freberg. You know me best from being starved & miserable on Survivor, but I'm hosting a new show this summer called Wayfaring. And I'm here to answer your questions. AMA.
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After Jeff walks off with the votes, 3 dozen oompa loompas walk onset. They perform a choreographed routine, after which, teleportation machines are brought in to the set that immediately send the finalists and the jury back to their respective homes.
Yes, the crew has a large base camp far away from our beach. But in addition to that, they have a smaller camp very close to where we live during the game. They get to eat, they get to shower, and we resent them for it.
The spirit of Wayfaring is that anyone can control it. I'm not going to be upset if we got highjacked. I would be excited if somebody were so invested in the idea. We WANT people to highjack us. That's part of the fun.
When Andrea and I were in Ponderosa, we dined upon Rum peanut butter smoothies non-stop for a week. I will give you the recipe, but don't blame me for the subsequent weight gain.
Add 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, 2 shots of spiced rum, 2 teaspoons of cinnamon, 1 whole banana, 1/2 cup milk, and 1 scoop of ice cream (if available). Blend, serve, and cancel all your plans for the rest of the day.
This is not a joke: I tend to think everyone looks better when they're on the show. There's no overly done makeup. People are tan, people are skinny. I think people look WORSE when they get to the jury because they've gotten fat and they've coated themselves in 3 layers of concealer.
During casting, Jeff Probst defended me in front of Mark Burnett. That story is too long to go into here, but I immediately felt a sense of fatherly attachment to Probst. But once we got on the island, he immediately becomes an antagonist, trying to trick you into screwing up all the time, and you lose all feelings of affection very quickly.
Well, it's much more sanitary (as disgusting as it sounds) to go in the ocean when the tide is out. We only had to poop every few days, because we are eating so little. But when we do have to drop a deuce, doing it straight into the water is the most hygienic way to do it.
2) I'm simultaneously thrilled and terrified for this July. Thrilled that i get to do a 20 day road trip of the United States. Terrified that I am going to leave all control of my life for 3 weeks in the hands of YOU PEOPLE. 3) Who am I cheering for?!?! AMERICA! Always and forever! I don't care about soccer, I care about patriotism!
Whoever takes over for Jeff Probst one day is going to be DESTROYED by the audience. No one will ever be able to match what he does. He's become iconic and tied to the show. Just like tribal council and immunity challenges, he's become part of the fabric of what makes Survivor so great. Because you just proposed to me over reddit, that's why! ;)
We had almost no time to plan our move that night because I found the idol so close to tribal council. Our initial thought was that SRU would target Sherri because she was the new member of the group. So announcing Phillip was supposed to cause more drama and debate than it actually did. Instead, it relaxed the tension of SRU and neutered the drama of our move. I completely agree that announcing Phillip was the wrong move, and to this day it haunts me a little bit. I think that the double Idol play was the correct way to handle the situation, but I don't think we executed it as well as we should have.
I'm not sure i remember that exact story? Cochran is fond of aggrandizing me a bit. He's one of my very good friends to this day. But I absolutely don't think I ever extended my arms cockily and said "welcome to my world" or whatever he thinks i said.
1) From the time we arrive, and then we go through getting mic'd up, going through health checks, and then waiting for it to be completely dark, and then the actual tribal, and then the actual tallying of the votes, and then actually getting home, is about a 4-5 hour process. Tribal council isn't only bad because you have to kick somebody off the island, it's bad because it keeps you up way way later than you usually do when you're playing the game.
2) No one that i know of has ever admitted regret towards their vote. Both seasons I was on, the winner was very clear before we even went into the final tribal council. I know that some members of the jury were surprised at other members of the jury's votes, but i've never heard anyone regret it.
1) I only found the second idol half an hour before that Tribal council. There was very little time to plan logistics with Eddie and Reynolds. I was able to tell them that we would all be fine, that we were all protected that night, but as far as the exact delivery and scheming of the evening, which I will admit I didn't handle as well as I could, was completely impromptu.
Well, off the top of my head, I would want Boston Robb, because he's awesome; Denise, because she's my Jungle Momma; Andrea, because we think the same way; Ethan Zohn , I've never met him but it would be cool to hang with the guy; and Richard Hatch, because he would make everyone uncomfortable by being naked.
For the 5 people I'd want the least, again, off the cuff: Brandon Hantz; J'dia, because I'm fond of eating; Phillip Sheppard, because i hate my nicknames; and anyone who ever quit shouldn't be allowed to come back.
I honestly thought I would be a villain on the show. I went into Survivor completely prepared to be portrayed negatively. And I didn't care as long as I won a million dollars. Instead, I became a favorite - I'm certainly not upset about that. But I'd rather have a larger bank account.
I approached Survivor as a game, and whatever lessons you could learn sitting around a board game like Monopoly or Candy Land is what I took away from the game. The caveat to that is you learn a lot about human nature and how awful people become when they are hungry.
1) It's not the starving. It's not the conditions. It's the people. The cast of Survivor is chosen to create drama, meaning most of your tribe would be crappy coworkers, let alone island mates. The people are the hardest part.
When the show first came out, I remember being upset that certain brilliant things I'd said hadn't been aired. But oddly, what's shown on tV becomes your reality. What CBS decides to put out colors your memories of how the game actually went. That being said, everything that ever came out of Eddie Fox's mouth was hysterical.
Nobody in casting cares about your athletic background or if you have a Navy seal background of 20 years. All they care about is if you're entertaining on camera. The tape that you submit to casting is everything. Make sure you're well spoke and engaging. I would recommend one shot of tequila and one cup of coffee before you make it.
Because of copyright laws, Survivor can't show anyone singing popular music on their show. So we could never sing while the cameras were on. But they would give us some leeway late at night after the action had stopped from the day. One of my favorite memories of Survivor that didn't make the show was Andrea singing our tribe to sleep at night.
If I did Amazing Race, it would not be with a family member. My mom is too fond of the comforts at home, my dad is too busy supporting my mom's comforts at home, and my brother is a train wreck. If I did Amazing Race, it would have to be with somebody not in my family.
Michelangelo will always be my favorite because he's the silliest. Raphael bugs me, Leonardo was an authority figure, and I don't do well with authority, and Donatello is intimidating for being smarter than me.
I thought Tony was amazing too. I think he played a great game. I always love when players come out aggressively. And Tony had boldness in spades. I love Spencer to death, but he was out-matched by the NJ cop.
The secret to my hair is apathy. I give zero shits about what goes into my hair. I can't explain where the fascination comes from but I certainly don't discourage people from continuing to ask questions about it.
When I was awarded the illustrious title of Mister Survivor, I always knew that Wayfaring was going to happen this July. And the belt that I was duly awarded will certainly be on the trip, and many pictures across the U.S. will be taken.
I think Wayfaring will be much easier than Survivor. I'm going to be fed, I'm going to bathe, and as much as the public gets to torture me at their will, it still can't be as bad as what CBS did to me.
I'm very excited to visit ANYWHERE. As much as the public perception is that I'm well-traveled, I really haven't seen much of the United States. So I'm excited to do anything, and wouldn't dismiss a place just for reputation.
I had a great experience teaching overseas for a year. It was one of the highlights of my life. And I still work with children's programs to this day. But my year as an elementary school teacher taught me that I don't have it in me to be a teacher full-time and I have the utmost respect for teachers in the US who I believe are completely under-valued by society.
I was a huge Survivor fan growing up. It was the only reality show I logically would do. That being said, I always wanted to be a rockstar, so American Idol would be my dream. That being said though, I have zero singing ability. I know that's common for Rockstars to not have any ability, but my ego couldn't take the bashing of being the guy that was dismissed so early in the competition.
I don't know that he's a fan favorite, but I thought Coach played a great game and got robbed on one of his last seasons. I understand WHY he lost, but his hypocrisy shouldn't have overshadowed his game. As far as celebrities, I know that Neil Patrick Harris is a huge Survivor fan, and I think he'd be great on the show as an under-estimated competitor. And I'd like to put Probst on the show. I'd like to see how he does when he's not in the comfortable hosting role.
What scares me the most is letting you people, members of the internet community, make all my decisions for me. I'm not going to be able to choose where I go, and what I do each day. I'm not a control freak, but that's terrifying to anybody. I'm sure it's going to be fun, but I've seen how you people torture anyone who slips over anything in the public eye, and I'm completely convinced that you're going to torture me for all of July.
Men vs Women! For the second time ever, tribes are divided by gender to start the game. Compared to the Amazon cast, Vanuatu's seems much less beautiful, and a more accurate splice of America.
Double Tribal: Both tribes go to tribal on the same night and both tribes vote someone off. Technically this happened in Pearl Islands after the Outcasts won the immunity challenge, but that was unusual circumstances and could have been avoided. This is the first season that makes it mandatory that both teams will go. Something that becomes a common twist in future seasons.
The Winner: Chris Daugherty "I had a dream that I would be playing the game the way I am, lying, deceiving. You aint got no choice, because I tell you what...You don't step it up, and you don't start playing the game in your best interest to benefit and go to the end, you'll be sent packing. Going home with a million bucks...That will change your life." Not since Brian Heidik of Thailand had someone been able to lie and deceive so much, yet be so trusted by everyone. Chris was very good at evaluating situations and not letting any one sneak by him. He always covered his bases and had others to watch his back. When in the power position, Chris handles it perfectly. Chris was a gifted speaker, always subtly dancing around direct questions to give non-offensive answers. He does an excellent job at getting people to feel like they are the ones making the decisions, while secretly always being in control. When down to the women after the merge, Chris realizes his only way of surviving is pleasing the women. He realizes the game is never over, despite being in a disadvantageous position. Once he gets the power back in his favor, Chris does a superb job at setting up his end game. Forming several close bonds, and then putting those people on the jury in a way that they still voted for him. Chris actually costs his tribe the first immunity challenge, seemingly making him the obvious first target on the guys tribe. Instead, Chris rallies the older men of Lopevi and targets the younger, more fit guys. Chris's mentality is summed up in his confessionals saying, "I prepared to come here mentally, I prepared to play the game", and, "I might be weaker than you physically, but I am stronger than you mentally." A lesser player is the first person voted off. The 5 men alliance of Chris, Sarge, Bubba, Chad, and Rory keeps Chris safe until the tribe swap. After the swap, Chris is never vulnerable, but makes the mistake of voting off John over a women which leads to a 6-4 women's advantage at the merge. At 7 left, Chris is the last man standing along with six women. He pleases the women and plays patiently until the women change the game themselves. With Scout and Twila on his side, Chris finishes off one of the unlikeliest, but best games that had ever been played. Characters
Chris: Constantly lying and deceiving, but well liked by everyone. Completes one of the biggest comebacks ever with a perfectly executed end game.
Twila: Her game took off after she was able to interact with the guys. She played both sides for most of the time saying, "I'm willing to play however I have to play this game to get ahead." Twila swore on her son's life that she would stay loyal to the women, but flipped soon after with Scout and Eliza to save Chris.
Scout: The eldest women, and seen as a well-liked leader because of it. She flipped to take out the women's alliance. Had a tight alliance with Twila from beginning to end. A bad knee/hip made her the worst challenge competitor of all time.
Eliza: A strong physical and mental player. She was on the chopping block almost the entire time, which led to one of the most sporadic and unpredictable games of all time. At the first Yasur tribal she sides with the elder women to take out a younger girl. Then she tries to flip back with the young, but someone else does the same thing to her. At the tribe-swap she wants to keep guys, but stays with the women, but then eventually flips to align with Chris. Eliza has a constant feud with Twila and Scout, but is in an alliance with them from 7 on. Eliza played a great game to stay alive and make final four, but ultimately Chris turned on her.
Julie: The biggest flirt of the season, but also a decent strategic player. Her manipulation of Twila partially leads to the women's dominance post-merge. Similar to Eliza, after putting her trust in Chris, he puts her on the jury.
Ami: The leader of the all women alliance. A strong competitor who got a bit cocky with the power after the merge. Felt betrayed by Eliza who she had protected.
Chad: A nice, respectable, good guy. Probably the most level-headed and logical thinker of the guys. A leg amputee, the first to compete on Survivor.
Season Summary Start of Game: Everyone goes through a real rite of passage tribal ceremony. The Vanuatu natives divide the contestants by gender and clearly treat the men as superiors to the women. The men are given kava to drink, a brown liquid that apparently tastes like mud and gives you quite the buzz. A live pig is brought out and slaughtered. A spirit stone is placed on top of a poll that is greased with pig fat. Brady is chosen to retrieve it and does so no problem, which seemed pretty impressive. The tribes then have a long hike to camp in the dark. At camp is 1 machete, 1 pot. Pretty cool start. Pre-Merge: At Lopevi, the older, more out of shape men band together and vote off the young, athletic guys. This gives Chris, Chad, Sarge, Rory, and Bubba the early power, with Sarge as the face of the alliance and Chris as the strategy behind the scenes. The Yasur women are divided by age and work ethic. Eliza originally sides with the older group to give them power. Ami seems to be in the most control, while Scout is seen as a leader. Tribe Swap: The tribe swap puts Rory and Bubba on Yasur with 5 women, while putting Julie and Twila on Lopevi with 4 guys. Ami fights to keep the Yasur women strong, but they do sacrifice Lisa over Rory. At Lopevi, Chris, Sarge, and Chad decide to take in Julie and Twila, and vote off John. Merge: It could be 5 new Lopevi vs 5 new Yasur, but really it is 6 women vs 4 men. Rory is ready to flip and give the new Lopevi the advantage, but Julie and Twila stay strong with the women and vote out Rory. Ami and the women control the power until the only guy left is Chris. At 7 left, Eliza, Scout, and Twila, realize they are on the bottom of the women's alliance and flip to save Chris, resulting in one of the unlikeliest final fours. Final Immunity: Hold a bow and arrow in a warrior pose, while balancing on two stumps. Focus, balance, endurance, a bit of strength. To say Chris was favored in this challenge might be an understatement. Scout goes out first after releasing her arrow. Chris tries to get Twila to step down with a deal, but after she tells him no chance it turns into a bit of trash talking, with Scout obviously routing for Twila. Twila releases her arrow after about an hour. FTC: Chris says he deserves it because of the odds he overcame as the last man. Twila says she played hard and played to win, and that she worked hard to earn the win. Eliza begins FTC by calling both Chris and Twila deceptive bitches, and then asking for an apology from them. Twila denies everything, calls Eliza names, and won't apologize. Chris gives a "sincere" apology that is the perfect answer, 1-0. Julie breaks down immediately over Chris, still heartbroken he betrayed their brothesister friendship. Chris again responds well, saying their friendship was true and that he is sorry and hadn't planned on hurting her. Another perfect answer, even getting emotional during it, 2-0. Leann targets Twila for the promise on her son's life. Twila's answers place blame on other jurors, and involve too many unnecessary apologies. Chris convinces Leann by telling his story of perseverance, 3-0. Ami is next, and Chris's answers here are flawless. Complimenting Ami, while not down talking anyone. If Ami's vote was at all based on her question or FTC then Chris gets it. She later stated that Twila played her and therefore deserved her vote, 3-1. Chad tosses up an easy question to each asking, "What is something that changed you?" Twila focuses on a negative while Chris hits a homerun with his answer by complimenting the jury with sincerity and respect, 4-1. Game, set, match. From there Sarge rips into Twila for lying on her son's name and then tries to use reverse psch on Chris, saying he won't get his vote, but asking if they are still friends. Chris still delivers a flawless answer. Scout is obviously for Twila, but totally calls Chris on all of his bullshit. Twila closes with a defensive statement. Fighting back after being attacked all FTC she ends with another apology. Chris closes with a personal statement to each jury member, and completes one of the best FTC performances of all time. Funniest/Craziest Moments
On the hike to camp after the opening ceremony, Scout and Dolly want to stop in the dark and rest overnight. For the men, Rory gets a little bossy.
Chad reveals he is an amputee.
The men lose the first immunity challenge because Chris can't get across the balance beam. "In this game you outwit, outplay, outlast people. You don't out balance them."
Rory gets upset back at camp because the women were celebrating and dancing after winning a reward challenge.
Twila tries to stab a wild chicken, but it gets loose and flies away. They get 5 eggs though.
Rory, while blindfolded, is just yelling nonsense at the blindfold challenge. Sarge, the caller, yells at him to stop.
The afternoon before the first women's tribal is so hectic. Eliza, Twila, Leann all on the block. All turns back on Dolly, who thinks she is the swing vote.
Sarge is upset that Rory takes a lot of walks and breaks.
Twila and Mia get in a fight over camp work ethic.
John wins immunity and gets to assign immunity to a Yasur women. He immediately divides them by how they voted at the first tribal.
At the second Yasur tribal, Lisa flips against Eliza and the young girls, basically screwing Eliza the same way Eliza screwed her at the previous vote.
Winner of reward gets 24 hours with a native of Vanuatu. Now that's a reward!
Rory is the caller during a puzzle challenge. He loses control and everyone ignores him.
The men argue about sleeping locations around the fire. Bubba always takes the best spot and refuses to give it up.
Tribe's are each told to select a chief. The chief's become captains. One captain divides the tribes, the other captain selects which team they want. Scout divides, Sarge take the male dominant Lopevi tribe.
Ami doesn't want to show the guys their cool camp tricks because she is so pro-women alliance.
At the first immunity challenge after the tribe swap while waiting on the tribal mats, Bubba says over to Chris, "Think about the merge". Not so subtle, and Ami hears him, which leads to him going home that tribal.
Rory plays up his anger after Bubba is voted out. Culminating in a cheesy speech the next day. Actually a great strategy, and between this and his challenge performances, the women of Yasur vote out Lisa over him.
Eliza doesn't catch a single pig at a challenge and people were pissed. At a later immunity challenge when pig-catching is used again, she fails to catch a pig, eliminating her from that challenge.
Julie's weird flirty relationship with Sarge. She sunbathes naked next to him, and gets him to sunbathe his naked butt with her. Later she snuggles between his legs around the fire. Sarge was loving every minute of it, and I guess she thought it was helping her go farther.
Lisa says to Ami, "Where is the maniok tree, just in case you aren't her." which leads to Ami not trusting Lisa and Lisa being voted off.
Scout and Ami make Lisa swear her loyalty to them on an invisible bible.
Rory breaks the tribal immunity idol as he slams it into the ground.
The women paint each other's bodies. Julie goes to tribal with a heart tattoo that reads "Jeff". Probst and Julie go on to date for a few years after the show.
Rory is the first to go after the merge, initiating the gender war.
The pecking order challenge gets fierce with 9 left. 3 guys out first, followed by Eliza. Eliza is pissed about it as she realizes where she stands. Leann wins and takes Julie on reward. This leads Eliza to later flip on the women.
Leann and Julie bring back chicken wings from reward. They give them to the girls who run and eat them in the woods while the three men are on the boat. Then they tell the guys they could only bring back the chicken bones. The men love it and are grateful for the little meat. Well played.
Julie puts doubt in Twila's head by saying the guys promised her the same deal.
Chris tells everyone that Sarge told him to vote for him.
Scout becomes unhappy that Leann and Ami have put Julie ahead of her and Twila. Decides she is going to flip with the guys when she can.
Chris, Chad, Eliza, Ami drink a bowl of kava on reward. Chad gets wasted off of the kava and can't stand/walk.
Chris gives one of the all time great confessionals, "You question a women's character, you question a women's ability, she'll snap your neck! You open up your heart, show a women you're vulnerable, then they start thinking with their heart. That's when they open up that back door. That's what's happened this time."
Chris stirs things up after Chad is voted out. Reveals Scouts/Twila's plans of betrayal to Eliza and Leann.
Twila swears to Ami and Leann on her son's name that she is with them 100%. Leann goes home and the promise haunts Twila the rest of the game.
Loved ones participate in immunity. Chris seemingly going home if he loses. He does lose and his wife starts crying, which gets the women to start opening up. Him, Eliza, Twila, and Scout team up and take over majority.
Ami has it out with Twila/Scout back at camp after Leann goes home instead of Chris.
Twila gets sick of people bringing up the promise she made. Goes off on her alliance member, Eliza.
Chris loses reward by not seeing/using one of his puzzle pieces.
Twila buried bananas in the ground to ripen and won't tell people where they are. Threatens to let them rot.
Twila over hears Chris and Eliza talking final two. Causes a fight between Twila and Eliza.
Twila says at tribal that Eliza doesn't deserve to be in final 5.
Chris's confessionals are the only true glimpses of how he feels. All live footage and conversations is him lying and being fake to people.
The stare from Eliza at Chris as she is voted out is priceless. His reaction of 'yea, whatever' is just as good.
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