Then there's Phillip. I know he'd be great final three fodder, but I just don't think I could deal with him and his nonsense for that long. In small doses, he's probably good for a laugh and an eyeroll or two. But to live with 24/7? I'd be biting my tongue so often they'd have to call in the medics.
Time you enjoy wasting was not wasted - John Lennon
I was not hating Corrine quite as much this season until I watched a couple of her extended interviews. Apparently the reason she hates Sheri is that Sheri dared to make small talk with her. She "doesn't freaking care how many kids you have or where you're from. " She "hates small talk" I knew someone like that. Someone who thought there had to be deep meaning in every conversation because they were way to important to waste time on small talk. I disliked that person intensely.
Yep the more I saw Corrine talk, the more I hated her every bit as much as I did in Gabon.
My favorite moment last night was when Cochran did his little victory dance and then as he was about to be crowned with the necklace he said to Jeff "and now you're going to put your hand on my shoulder." It wasn't said in a sarcastic way at all, he was just so excited that he was finally having his moment in this game he loves so much. I wasn't a big fan last time he played, but I hope he wins it this time. Revenge of the Nerds, indeed.
Now, if they would only blindside Phillip next week, I would be a happy camper.
There's no place like home!
Since this last episode, the reality show I am most interested in, probably for the first time evah, is Survivor.
Everything I have ever said about the American public voting is true. I hope to God America never lets someone as undeserving as Kevin Skinner, Marty Brown, or Jimmy Rose make it far again. Their fans should be universally banned from ever voting again
With two immunity idols in their pocket, the Malcolm-Reynold-Eddie minority alliance might be able to pull something out still. Should be interesting to watch what happens.