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MICHAEL ON THE OUTS, MALCOM IN THE MIDDLE-Episode 7

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 10:40:36 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

 

EPISODE 7: MICHAEL ON THE OUTS,

MALCOLM STILL IN THE MIDDLE

 

            This week was the long awaited halftime spectacular a.k.a. the merge, and several tribe members had something to celebrate going into the newly formed, hideously named tribe, I’ll get to the name in a bit and my theory on that.

            Tandang went in with all tribe members intact never having been to tribal pre-merge (Koror from Palau and Moto from Fiji had all immunity wins as well, but thanks to twists from production still made a trip to tribal beforehand). Denise is the season’s only player to be a part of every TC. Even if she only makes the jury, she will be a part of every one this season.

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Posted in Survivor Season # 25 By Survivor Troy

DEALBREAKER-Episode 6

Friday, November 2, 2012 8:34:33 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

 EPISODE 6: DEALBREAKER

       First there was banana etiquette, now there is rice etiquette, and Mike should have taken that course in Survival training. Looks like Tandang had a bit of buyers remorse and weren’t too thrilled with Mike. This story arc isn’t totally unfounded in the show’s history. Even in his early days, Mike wasn’t the most popular player around, waiting patiently for a pig to march through the camp and then…VOILA! Mike is now a hero, and his stock went up.

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Posted in Survivor Season # 25 By Survivor Troy

A NEW DAY - Episode 5

Wednesday, October 24, 2012 8:02:39 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

 

EPISODE 5: A NEW DAY

            After 4 weeks, it’s finally here…the final 2! Of Matsing that is. What happened to this tribe to make them one of the worst performing ones in Survivor history? Was it bad physical matchups, inability to communicate with one another? Was it being the tribe color of blue, the same as the ill fated Ulong tribe? Whatever the problem was Denise and Malcolm are the true superstars of this season making it through total annihilation (not decimation). But Malcolm and Denise were smart not to take too long to celebrate as they tried yet again to find an idol. Malcolm deserved the idol which will protect him from an attempted blindside (the strongest always needs the most protection going into an upcoming merge).

            Malcolm and Denise were the most prized real estate this week when they became absorbed and were brought into the new tribes. The upside of being down is the ability to regroup with little to no interference and becoming the swing vote at the right times.

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Posted in Survivor Season # 25 By Survivor Troy

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