Jeremy was a hypocrite: “Stop strategizing,” while he goes through someone’s stuff, to find an idol? No way. Talking but telling other people to stop talking. OK. That makes sense.
Exit interviews are not canon, but how Jeremy has been acting since seals the deal, as far as his character as a sore loser.
No one changes their vote at Tribal Council. That’s like hoping to change HGs’ minds, on Thursday morning – on Big Brother. C’mon now.
This past week’s blindside was part Natalie saving herself and part Jeremy wandering into the cross-hairs. Don’t enter the Kill Zone!
Natalie is The Goat, the Russell, the Rudy, the Phillip. Magnificent Terribleness. I love it – for now. Natalie is the world’s biggest, best internet troll, trolling the heck out of the ‘traditional’ Survivor game.
Information is currency. Jeremy did the one thing he was anxious about.
“I don’t have all the answers – I have many of them.” – Natalie, Survivor David Vs. Goliath
I finally figured out the theme of this season: Goliaths are bold and win. Davids fail to be bold and still lose.
Every time you’re happy, something happens to make you sad. That’s what it’s like to be a David. Goliaths say ‘I can;’ Davids say ‘I can’t.’
Listening to TEOS, All-Stars (Ch. 8) and this Rob quote spoke to the current David and Goliath theme: “it’s not that great to be like a winner – but with no money.” The reverse is Mike White, the David who won.
Mike White is the David Who Succeeded. Of course, he’s articulate. He’s become rich – by writing. Calm and stable, Mike will survive until the end, only to be the second candidate for The Goat.
Erik Reichenbach is right: the Davids are the “Fans” tribe.
P.S. The one Ghost Island curse that was reversed was Erik’s – through Wendell and Laurel. Wow.
Tis the Season:
“Iconic or Ironic.”
“Beatniks Vs. Beatdowns.”
“Wimps on Parade.”
“Hot Sauce and Red Meat.”
“Slamtown Vs. Wimpville”