Contestents of Survivor: Palau looking for something a bit more?
So I picked up the TV Guide from our paper today, and I saw Romber on the front page (small picture, but still there), so I go to look for the article about them, assuming it was about TAR for a moment, but nope, it was about the contestants for Survivor 10. Apparently, contestants are using Survivor not only to win big money, but as a dating service it seems. Because I can't find the article online, I'm going to take a few quotes out of it.
Huh. So, not only are reality TV romances popping up, but the new fad is to do cross-overs? I'm not buying.
Originally Posted by TV Guide
Another part of the article is about the contestants, and the first quote I saw (partly because it was in a big white font on the left side of the page):
Thankfully, that's the only one I saw that far out there. Another was a bit more realistic:
Originally Posted by Ashlee Ashby
So the question is now, will the attitude of some of the contestants set a new tone for Survivor and possibly future Survivor seasons? Even other reality shows? Maybe TV Guide is blowing this a little over the top, but still, I don't want Survivor to be turned into a dating show where in the end you get a million dollars.
Originally Posted by Kimberly Mullen
ADDED: I almost missed another point, that I'm hoping that they don't shift the focus of the show around to make these romances the main point. Yes, a subplot here or there, sure, but as long as it's not blown out like Rombers time on the island (where it WAS the plot of Survivor 8) I'll be happy.
Last edited by Neo-Gilgamesh; 02-12-2005 at 09:29 PM.
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