State Of Affairs
One castaway looks to trade reward for potential security. Tribal council erupts into chaos as plans by some may be sidetracked by the playing of an idol.
Two-time Survivor castaway Rob Cesternino evaluates the castaways of the Survivor: San Juan del Sur
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Another Survivor: San Juan del Sur favourite to win it all has been unceremoniously sent to the jury.
If Survivor contestant Josh Canfield he was to star in Survivor: The Musical, he says that his solo number should be called, ’Why Julie, Why?’
One of the early favourites to win Survivor San Juan del Sur is now the first member of the jury.
Julie McGee, the girlfriend to the bad boy of baseball, John Rocker, is not the first Survivor cast member to throw in the towel, and she probably won’t be the last either.
Julie McGee has finally waved the white flag.
He fought hard. He fought well. It just wasn’t quite enough. One week after seeing his daughter voted off, it was Dale’s turn to have his torch snuffed. Dale spoke to us about his Hidden Immu...
Dale must have felt like a punching bag. With the boot of Kelley last week, he took a shot to the body. This week, it was a haymaker punch to the jaw knocking Dale right out of the game.
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