Christmas is over, Survivor: Cambodia is in the books, and now all anyone seems to care about is Making a Murderer, but before we say goodbye to 2015, we're back to offer our parting thoughts on the finale, the cast, the winning game, and where the season stacks up historically. Could anything have been done to stop Jeremy, and where does his performance rank all-time? What can be made of Spencer's losing effort, and where did it all go wrong? What was the catalyst for such active game dynamics all season? And who's coming back for round three? All that and more below, here, or on iTunes here.
Pre-gaming always plays a crucial role in returnee seasons, yet Survivor fans have never had access to those critical back room dealings, relegated solely to exit interviews and invariably tainted by revisionist history. In today's episode, reality podcasting gets a dose of New School as Spencer Bledsoe joins us from May 2015 to break down his final thoughts in the sequester hotel the night before leaving for Cambodia. How did he prepare for his second time around? What were his overall goals within the game? Who was he thinking would actually be out there, who was he hoping to find on his tribe, and who was he hoping would be the early casualties? All that and much more on the player below, here, or on iTunes here.
With only one jam-packed episode left, things appear to just be getting started on Survivor: "We"-demption Island. On today's podcast, RHAP Bach'-caster Haley Strong fills in for Dom to break down how the field is shaping up entering the finale, how each player might go on to win (and/or lose), and which fast food establishments are the most elite. Plus, Colin tells the full, self-congratulatory version of how Spencer memorized the immunity puzzle on the player below, here, or on iTunes here.
After sitting shiva for the last 48 hours we're back to break down all the drama from family day on Survivor: Camp-bodia. Was there anything Joe could have done to save himself, and should anyone have been listening? How can the men combat a potential women's alliance, if at all? And while the winner candidates have remained constant, who's looking like a losing finalist? All that and more on this week's episode below, here, or on iTunes here. (music: Radiohead)
After a long weekend spent giving thanks for precious freedom from monstrous British oppressors, we're back to break down all of the latest action in this week's double-stuffed episode. Was Stephen doomed from the start or did he miss a million dollar opportunity? Unrelatedly, is there ever a reason to win an individual reward challenge? How might former front-runner Jeremy turn things around after losing an idol and his closest ally? And if The Iron Throne really is once again back up for grabs, which of #Spentworth is better poised to swoop in for victory? All that and more on the player below, here, or on iTunes here.