I hate when the cops throw me in the back of the squad car ....like they didnít hear me call shotgun.
Boy (n) : Noise with dirt on it.
The food control is over the top and I can't believe that Grant did his little nibble and then looked like a dog with his tail between his legs when Rob called him back over. Also Rob is a married man with young girls all over him, sleeping on him etc. It is kind of disgusting- game strategy or not.
That was a great message! And I've had a terrible day, so thank you.I love random acts of kindness.Really, realy appreciated.Scott- RIP SDL<3
When did Rob give his tribe the kool-aid? It's obvious they all drank it! Holy Cow, I cannot believe how readily they are led, and to what degree!! The way the girls act with him just makes me want to puke. It made my skin crawl watching them work so hard to please Rob.
I don't forsee anyone jumping ship. Staying in their alliance makes sense until Z is gone. And what would be the point? To get Rob out? They will have time to do that later, for now they are safe util Z is gone. Someone is coming back from RI and it is best to have them the odd man out with no alliance intact. Everyone there is against O.
All I wanted was a 45, a stinking 45 - the record or the gun. I'd even settle for the damn malt liquor. - Al Bundy.
Even Phillip who cant stand Rob, isnt jumping ship--yet. I have a feeling once the rival tribe is gone, they will turn on Rob and unless he has a bagful of Immunity Idols, he will be gone.
With Philip in his court, he can talk a girl or two into hanging on with the promise of F2 for maybe one week when they are down to just themselves. He can't make the finals but he is going to get damn close.
Last edited by sweetpea; 04-14-2011 at 10:55 AM.
It's creepy that Rob's behaving like that and it's creepy that his tribe is going along with it so easily. Even if they think sticking with his plan can get them to the final, they have to know he's not taking all of them. He can't. Some of them probably have some idea that they wouldn't be a logical person to take to the top. And wouldn't it be a strong arguing point in the finale to be able to say that you engineered Rob's demise, blindsided him, and destroyed his alliance? At some point, someone should take a chance. Heck, someone should just rebel because he/she doesn't like Rob telling him/her when he/she can breathe in and out. That's not normal, and I doubt he could have gotten by with it in the other tribe, where there are too many strong personalities who would have told him, "No, I'm not 'buddying up' like I'm four, and I am going to the bathroom alone, because you are not controlling my every action.'" It's sad--and scary--to watch people give up any sense of their own independence just for the chance to win a million, and really, while their chances are greater than most people's to win a million, they're not that overwhelming. At least in a real cult, the "prize" is generally salvation, and it's available to more than one person. I really, really wonder how his minions are going to feel about Rob, and more importantly, themselves when this season is over.