Now that it's over, how do you really feel?
It's time now to take a step back and assess the entire season of Survivor Amazon.
Take a deep breath...there now.
It was a very entertaining lively series that sparked heated passionate debates between us all.
The cast of characters was interesting, ranging from intelligent (you decide) to amicable (insert name here) to colorful and bitchy (several choices here.)
It may not have ended exactly the way I personally would have wished, but now that it is over, I can honestly say that I loved every moment.
I have eagerly anticipated each new season since Survivor Borneo and have only ever missed one episode -- the first -- because the premise of the show sounded tacky to me. I reluctantly watched the second show and I was hooked.
Survivor is the brilliant brainchild of Mark Burnett. Thank you, Mark, for helping us to share your creation. I respect you for furthering your true love child, Eco-Challenge, but also for giving us a show that encompasses the physical and the mental feats of E-C combined with the experiment of forming a brand new society struggling to survive in a remote location and adapt to it quickly while eliminating their competitors.
I realize that Castaways (UK) was the original version, but I saw a couple of episodes that took place in a frigid climate and found that it was not half as sexy and fun as this version is.