I can see him winning. He is not a physical threat so others, who are, will align with him. He will excel in balancing challenges and there will be more than one of these coming up. He also has a good memory and will excel at the 'how well do you know your team mates' test which should happen this season. We haven't seen that in awhile, if memory serves. He probably has also studied the history of their location and would pass that test, as well.
Cochran for the win!! I would love that.
So would I.Cochran for the win!! I would love that.
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Ah Cochran, you clever little guy! I'm loving your "puppet-master" routine. Cochran for the win, definitely!
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I hope we are almost done with the super physical challenges. Let's have some of the "Concentration" type challenges. Otherwise it is just a hand off to the strong young males, and while I like Malcolm and Eric I want other people to have a shot as well, at the out WIT part.
If Cochran made it to the F3 his only chance would be if he teamed up with an equally weak F3, so the winner of the endurance challenge at the end wouldn't be a forgone conclusion. If he makes it to the merge he'll have a chance since, as Malcolm points out, from them on the obviously physically strong become targets of the more numerous physically weaker players.
Well that makes him less of a challenge after the merge. And by the way, this is said to be a "social" game ... and that is just living together and getting along with other members of a community . He is there but not ... intrusive. Nobody dislikes him ... at least not that we have heard.Originally Posted by I'm here
I really like him as well... but sadly, I don't see him winning. At one point in this game... winning challenges plays apart in this game. IF being witty and puzzles were the only part of this game... he would win! He is just NOT good at the physical challenges.
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well, next episode will have the eating challenge. Phillip might do well.
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