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    Philip is certifiably crazy but he adds to our viewing pleasure..so to speak.
    I'll take him and his craziness over Omarosa on Celebrity Apprentice any day.
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    Re: Phillip - Caramoan (Favorite)

    His confessionals have me thinking about Coach lately. Both very delusional people, but Coach was aiming for a purity of thought and action, whereas Phillips is just full of himself.
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    I'd love to see Coach again, although he has stated he has no interest in playing for a fourth time. He should have won his final season!!
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    No more Coach or Russell or Phillip or Brandon or Colton or even Ozzie and Boston Rob, who I loved when they were on. Give some new people a chance and get off the idea of bringing back so-called "favorites".
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    Quote Originally Posted by RBmumsie View Post
    I'm not sure if Phillip is getting a better edit this season or not, but I am actually enjoying watching him. Yeah, he's a little out there, but it's amusing. If Phillip hadn't provided some comic relief, this last episode would have been a total snooze-fest.
    I find that to be the problem for most of the episodes. Boring! Without Phillip... for me... this season thus far has been quite the snooze fest. Especially when the teams changed. Its a complete and utter disaster! The teams are sooooo unbalanced. Phillip IS the team!!!!

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    Well, Phillip was annoying this episode. However, I don't think it was his fault they lost the reward challenge. The teams are very unbalanced, and (contrary to Corinne's comments) I don't think there was anyway this challenge could have ended differently.
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    Hasn't Phillip admitted to having upper body strength, but being weak in the legs? The legs come into play in many, many challenges. He may be able to carry something heavy, but even that brings the legs into the equation. Oh well...............
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    Re: Phillip - Caramoan (Favorite)

    Quote Originally Posted by RBmumsie View Post
    Well, Phillip was annoying this episode. However, I don't think it was his fault they lost the reward challenge. The teams are very unbalanced, and (contrary to Corinne's comments) I don't think there was anyway this challenge could have ended differently.
    Actually, I agree it would have eventually ended with the young'uns winning. That being said, he was absolutely the reason they didn't perform any better than they did. He was being an idiot!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Bit View Post
    No more Coach or Russell or Phillip or Brandon or Colton or even Ozzie and Boston Rob, who I loved when they were on. Give some new people a chance and get off the idea of bringing back so-called "favorites".
    Now that would make an interesting tribe. Make it a shorter game starting with only individual immunity!

    The jury could be a focus group made up of viewers.
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    Re: Phillip - Caramoan (Favorite)

    Quote Originally Posted by NCLurker View Post
    Actually, I agree it would have eventually ended with the young'uns winning. That being said, he was absolutely the reason they didn't perform any better than they did. He was being an idiot!!!!!
    Well, I cannot disagree with you on that! Phillip was being arrogant and an idiot.
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