I wish Phillip's tribe had taken control during the reward challenge and ordered Phillip to give his bag to someone else and sit out so the rest of them could run from the other tribe. They follow him like rats following the pied piper, even if he is leading them to their doom.
Last night's episode might have inspired a new bumper sticker--WWBR do? Or "What would Boston Rob do?", in the same vein as the WWJD (What would Jesus do) bumper stickers.
Cochran is great as a Survivor narrator! I'm actually enjoying him this season.
Reynold shouldn't have told Malcolm about his hidden immunity idol. Spilling the beans didn't benefit him in any way and could be used as a target against him later if Malcolm flips on him.
Whew! That was close. Almost lost one of my pool players. Philip is really starting to annoy me.
Nevermind the silly mispronunciation for a minute. I hear many people missuse this word. It is all about manners and social grace, not just any mistake!faux pas- Noun
An embarrassing or tactless act or remark in a social situation.
I can see the Favorites keeping Philip around for awhile since he has Cochran taking the role of handler.
I don't think anyone cared that Philip was mainly responsible for losing the challenges. As Dawn said (about the reward), it just means diarrhea. And they all sensed the merge was next so it was an opportunity to get rid of another fan which is beneficial.
Malcolm is playing smart to the situation this time. By binding the four alpha males, they may not have a majority alliance, but they will be able to keep some of their members together longer. He is also a part of the Favorites alliance and Reynold and Eddie shouldn't forget that when it becomes crunch time. Oh, and he has an idol. He can sit smug for a short while, but he doesn't really have a shot at controlling the game...or does he?
Okay, this week I heard Corrine and gays.
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity. Dorothy Parker, (attributed)