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Survivor: South Pacific: Which Remaining Player Do You Hope Will Win It All?

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“This is the time to make a big, big move.” So said …READ MORE


CBS Renews Survivor For 2012-13 Season

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The Eye has spoken, and it wants more Survivor.

CBS has ordered two more cycles (No. 25 and 26) of its long-running reality franchise to air during the 2012-13 season.

Jeff Probst, whose syndicated talk show launches next fall …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Is There Any Way a Savaii Member Can Win?

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This week’s installment of Survivor: South Pacific followed the philosophy that two super-predictable Tribal Councils in an hour is better than just one — especially if you can surround those sleepy voting tallies with scenes of …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Was Ozzy's Move 'Iconic' or Just Plain 'Stupid'?

"Trojan Horse" â?? Keith Tollefson, Dawn Meehan, Ozzy Lusth, Whitney Duncan, Jim Rice and John Cochran, of the Savaii Tribe during the immunity and reward challenge, "Air, Sea & Land" on SURVIVOR: SOUTH PACIFIC, Wednesday, Oct. 26 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS© 2011 CBS Broadcasting Inc.

“You just made one of the biggest moves in the history of this game based on one big assumption,” said Jeff Probst at the end of this week’s Survivor: South Pacific Tribal Council, and yowza, that was an understatement. …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Team Savaii or Team Upolu? And Did Rick's Tribal Vote Make Sense?

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This week’s edition of Survivor: South Pacific examined an important question — and thankfully it had nothing to do with whether or not Edna’s blind loyalty to Coach would result in her eventually serving as Ozzy’s Chief Hiney-Wiping Officer. (More on that horrific image in a moment.)

No, as Jeff Probst so astutely framed it, Tribal Council asked …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Right Move By Keith?

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My sympathies go out to anyone who happened to be eating dinner — especially if it was pork (or even a pork byproduct) — during tonight’s spectacularly disgusting immunity challenge on Survivor: South Pacific.

The showdown featured …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Would You Have Said 'Yes' to Coach's Hug?

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Kudos to Survivor: South Pacific‘s editing team for attempting to infuse some suspense into what was essentially one of the more predictable episodes in recent memory.

Early in the proceedings we got Jim and his “suspiciously white teeth” approaching Cochran, then Cochran approaching Dawn, about trying to stir up a Savaii blindside against …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Is It Time for Coach to Shake Up His Alliance?

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This week’s Survivor: South Pacific found Little Russell (aka Brandon Hantz) once again proving himself as trustworthy as a campaign promise the day after the polls close. Look, regardless of whether or not you think …READ MORE


Brandon Hantz: Survivor's Creepiest Player Ever?

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Something disconcerting is happening on Survivor: South Pacific, the Broadway Musical. I speak, of course, of Brandon Hantz‘s baffling obsession with the idea that …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific Season Premiere: What Was This Week's Weakest Move?

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Survivor: South Pacific – which, for the uninitiated, is not a reality show-Broadway musical hybrid — got off to an intriguing start Wednesday night. Familiar faces Ozzy and Coach returned for their third attempts at outwitting, outlasting, and outplaying the opposition, but fortunately, the 90-minute season premiere didn’t …READ MORE AND VOTE