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I agree stacer. They will keep him in the boat or on shore the next challenge. They have to sit one out next time and he is a good bet if water is involved.
My pet peeve with folks who apply for adventure type shows like Survivor, MTV's Challenge, The Amazing Race, 72 Hours etc, Bear Grylls Get Out Alive is that they don't prepare and yet the first 3 shows clearly have folks running around a lot, doing puzzles and have water challenges. Survivor and MTV's Challenge are prime examples of having physical challenges that involve water and yet folks don't prepare. They don't do P90X, they don't do Insanity, they don't hit the gym and increase their cardio, their endurance, their swimming abilities, or practice doing puzzles, they don't practice starting a fire. All of this increases the chances of winning yet they don't do it. Gervase had 13 yrs to prepare he didn't so if he gets voted off it's his own fault.
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Maybe we should chug on over to namby pamby land where we can find some self confidence for you, you jackwagon!
It is possible, though highly improbable that Gervase imagined Blood vs. Water to be Survivor: Club Med . I'm glad to see him back, but I'm not betting on him in my pool.
So if Rupert's wife ends up on RI and Rupert is still there would he throw the competition for her to win? I doubt it. His going to RI was all about show and that is all he is show.
There's no place like home!
I didn't just fault Gervase for not preparing for the show like he should, as in swimming. But he jeopardized his whole team by not doing that. It wouldn't matter to me if he was unable to do the challenges and therefore was voted out. It's just that this is a team competition in the beginning. I'm sure there will be others also who didn't prepare. It just seemed logical to me that one should do that if they know they're going to be on the show.
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