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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Philosofy, Sep 27, 2007.
Guess I have to wait till I get home, just to get it out of the way!
Just as Jeff saying the ceremony with all the Buddhist monks bowing to a statue of Buddha isn't a religious ceremony doesn't mean it really isn't -
Jeff calling the little statue an immunity idol doesn't make it an idol. That thing is no more an idol than the shoe in Monopoly is.
Is this what you want to see?
I'm glad Ashley is gone because those rings in her mouth were really driving me nuts. I was continually afraid they'd snag on something and her lip would get ripped off.
However, I didn't think she deserved it - I think Dave the ex-model should have gone. What an idiot, dude, way to let yourself go! He was a model? Seriously? He completely flaked in the challenge too - I'm not sure why they kept him.
No reason one group couldn't have started a small fire, like Ashley suggested, and also continued to build the firepit. That's linear thinking for you, and linear thinking won't get you far in the game of Survivor.
I predict James will go far. Strong, silent men always get to the merge. And, the 20 year old who is teaming up with the young girl (names escape me)should do well unless he makes an error.
I don't think Poker dude will last long and Dave may be on his last legs.
Where does the third one go?
Work your ass off, don't eat, go to a challenge. Did Dave "Leader Dude" actual think his team would win?? Looked like to me Leader Dude wussed out at the middle of the challenge. They all voted the wrong person out. Ashley should've stayed. Two wrong decisions in a row. Yeah, they are done.
I agree with the others........great challenges this year!
That's called "A pair and a spare"
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I hope you're right...James is the one I'm rooting for so far (there are people we are yet to hear from)...
but I say his chances are very slim...he's too strong...people like him get voted out by the other guys who want to get rid of such competition before individual immunity starts...
I'm fat and in my 40s, if I'm on Survivor, James would be first on my list as the merge draws near...
Correction: April 2007 Playboy
That wasn't your tv. It was deliberate blurring because most of them lost most of their clothing during this challenge. Those challenges were some of the toughest that I've seen for a while, when it came to roughness of the players. My husband was really disappointed with the blurring!!
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I'm pretty sure the comment about the blurring was a joke
WOW-way to miss the joke! Do you watch Leno by any chance?
In those pictures she's already inflated and her lips have the rings. Find me a photo without those attocititties and I'll thank you.
Strange, I never noticed
Can't believe all the Dave haters here. Sure he was rude but couldn't any of the 6 other people in the tribe go find some food or start a fire while he's busy DOING WORK. Think of the brownie pts any other member could have earned by stepping up and building a fire or finding fruit or something.
And he didn't choke the challenge as much as they were simply physically outmatched by the other team. He got tired. Heck Sherea was probably doing her nails back there or something during the challenge.
Not only is the gravedigger built for the challenge, but even the poker dude had the advantage of swinging the log because he's also about 6-4 270.
I believe the girls said that Dave had the flint and would not give it to them to make a fire.
Except that they caught up during the puzzle part of the challenge. So the physical part was then negated, and their inability to find their way through a maze killed them. Seemed that they should have had someone following the groove on the log and finding the right path so they wouldn't have to do trial and error with that huge log.
Unless I was confused, it looked like there were three pegs that had to go through the paths on the log. Following just one path on the log was how they people got caught up and had to backtrack. They had to simultaneously follow three different pegs in the paths.
I think it was a lot harder than it looked.
That's what I originally thought, but I asked my wife and she thought there was just one, so I figured she had seen it better than I did. Now I think my original thought (and yours) was correct.