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Old 02-03-2006, 01:55 PM   #61
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Apparently Tina was due to be on Survivor Guatemala but had to back out when her son was killed, so they saved her a spot here.

Anyway...anyone else think they picked up on Probst's "clue" to Misty (good stripper name) about the whereabouts of the immunity idol?
My thinking is he accentuated the word "why" twice when talking to her..."you have to figure out whhhyyy fate was behind you being selected for exile and whyyyy...."
When they came back from commercial she was talking about what he said thinking it had to do with it being buried "behind" where they stood for the challenge, but in the backgroung behind her at the time was a double trunked tree, which looks like a "Y". So I think the idol is in or buried at that tree. Of course I may have just seen "Its a Mad Mad Mad World" one too many times.
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i completely agree. they just killed their tribe. sherie will lose this for them, then there will be two.
I totally disagree. For one thing, if I was on a tribe of only four people, I'd realize that there would be a tribe switchup occuring in the immediate future due to budget concerns (cost more to film on four separate beaches........five counting exile island), and that someone like Tina would be the alpha female in a new tribe. By getting her out now, the other three all moved up a place in line in terms of females in the game. Smart move, and they can go with a bit less help around camp for a few more days until the next tribe switcheroo (which is in the next episode, obviously)..........

My favorite tribe ever is unquestionably the young women's tribe.
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I am sorry but I cant stand Survivor. It's Fake. When I went to Guatemala back in September I went to Xaxca where they filmed survivor and they were 10 min from a main road. They only get attractive people. Like anyone who is in a deserted place is going to compete in games for "survival." Running through tires, climb a rope, swing to the other end jump in the water and light a torch. Come on people.
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Of course it's fake - it's reality TV!
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. They only get attractive people.
You obviously didn't watch last night. Cirie and Dan certainly don't qualify as "attractive" in my book.
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Especially in their bathing suits.

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Smart move, and they can go with a bit less help around camp for a few more days until the next tribe switcheroo (which is in the next episode, obviously)..........

My favorite tribe ever is unquestionably the young women's tribe.

did they show that in the previews? i didn't see them.
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Of course it's fake - it's reality TV!
I hate reality TV cause it's not reality. If there in jungles I want to see them being stung by venomas insects or bitten by alligators and see what they do to survive with out CBS's help.

Thats reality.
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With the new 4/4 format, there is very little intrigue with regards to loyalties and votes. And could Probst at least use the tribe names?

Not sure I like the new tribe setup Hoping for a merge quickly.
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I am sorry but I cant stand Survivor. It's Fake. When I went to Guatemala back in September I went to Xaxca where they filmed survivor and they were 10 min from a main road. They only get attractive people. Like anyone who is in a deserted place is going to compete in games for "survival." Running through tires, climb a rope, swing to the other end jump in the water and light a torch. Come on people.
why don't you do us all a favor then and move along
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Well, it wasn't the best opening episode but not too bad. I liked Tina, but I can see why they would vote her out.

Personally, getting put on an island by myself away from all civilization sounds pretty good to me.
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This season of Survivor such be very interesting. I like the Older Men tribe. They kicked ass last night.
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i can't even imagine smoking for 30 years and quitting on Survivor!
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i can't even imagine smoking for 30 years and quitting on Survivor!
I'm just waiting for the reward challenge with a pack of smokes waiting at the end
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