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lazarus Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-12-11 12:40 AM
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Survivor 22 Ep 13 "Too Close For Comfort"
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Edited on Thu May-12-11 12:45 AM by lazarus
I think he should have voted out Natalie. Grant is likely to win RI, and the RI winner is likely to win the game if they make it to F3.

I thought they were clearly telegraphing an Ashley boot, and then she went and won immunity. Heh.

Interesting how they don't even pretend Phillip or Rob are in danger anymore. It's all a race to see who's going to be the third person in F3.

For the final RI challenge, I want something brutal. I hate that the challenges are so easy. They should be really suffering for a chance to reenter the game. The final challenge should be a "stand on a log for 3 days" kind of challenge, like they had in the early days of Survivor. I know they never went past 12 hours (in the UK edition, they went for 25), but still, make them work for it.

Glad Grant wasn't bitter. Like Ralph. Way to be a gentleman, Ralph. No, it's not "a game" anymore. It's just being petty.

And another thing. Way to be pissy, Matt. He sure didn't like being called out on throwing Andrea under the bus, did he?
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