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RNO Roundtable - 'Survivor: The Amazon' Predictions, Part 2: The MenPage 5
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Ken: May be one of the braver contestants of the group. This guy tracked cannibals in unmapped areas of New Guinea, and would like to be Director of the CIA because he loves the inherent risks. Can't help but think he'll be one of the main plotters in the game, similar to Rich or Brian. Whether or not he's an immunity threat, he'll probably be around until the final four because he may have the people skills to build a strong alliance. May be one of the more fun contestants to watch, and could just win it all.
Jamie: Anyone who describes their fish as vivacious I have to pray gets the early boot. His bio reads like fiction for some hero of a Harliquin romance. Says he organized a deep jungle trek into New guinea to track cannibals. Think it was to see if they prepare their taboo meals with fresh garlic sautéed in olive oil, his favorite smell. I hate pretentious and he seems like a bit much, I'm thinking an early ticket home.
Brian: First and foremost, being the Director of the CIA is not a political office as much as it is an appointment. You aren't voted into that job Matthew. Geez. This man bores me. He has this smug look on his face of, "I've accomplished all of this in my life and what have you done with your pathetic existence?" that's not really endearing him to me at this point. One friend emailed me and suggested that Matthew had nominated himself as one of People magazine's sexiest bachelors. Something tells me I could see this too if I gave it enough thought but why tax my brain unnecessarily.
Jeffrey: I think Matthew may be one of the strongest players in the tribe. I'm going to predict he'll be in the final four, and could possibly win.
David: Interesting. I think he will have some pretty decent people skills and also is willing to engage in some secret plans. I'll say he makes the jury, at least. In saying this I am ignoring the look he has on his face in the photo, which I suspect will be my undoing.
Melinda: Like Dave, Daniel and Ryan, Rob is a member of this season's fun frat guy club. Unlike last season when Jake chose all the testosterone-impaired young men for his tribe, all these guys have to live together whether they like it or not. This should not be a problem for the frat club. Favorite hobbies of Rob's include "jokes, sports and karaoke." Dave professes a liking for drinking beer and the above-mentioned body whomping. Daniel admires Smackdown and Dumb and Dumber. Ryan agrees with Daniel's choices and adds Fear Factor and Wrestlemania X8 to the list. Rob has distinguished himself by choosing a Magic 8 Ball as his luxury item in the Amazon. The guys can focus all their powers of shrewd insight on it to see which one will be voted off first.
Charlie: Well, he's not going to win. In fact, Rob is a big part of the reason why I see Tambaqui not making it off the launching pad. I'm really not expecting very much out of Rob when it comes to working, but I am expecting Rob to take part in a lot of the scheming. Are we sure that Rob isn't Silas in disguise?
Phil: Another Rob on Survivor, another jerk. I'm really being hard on this season's contestants, aren't I? They are all just rubbing me the wrong way. I'm thinking that Rob is not going to get along that well with Dave. Even though they are the same age, it seems like they are on two totally different wavelengths. However, I like Dave, and I don't like Rob, so I'm hoping that everyone will side with Dave; which I think they will. Rob thinks he is a huge mastermind and I'm betting he is going to try and start drama. That will get him the boot pretty early, and I couldn't be happier. Why are the Robs in this game always evil? I'm a fan of the Magic 8 Ball though. I wish I could find mine! It would be funny if they ask if they are going to win immunity and it says no. They better show that!
Ken: Says he would want to be Superman, in part because of the x-ray vision. It's probably a good thing for him the tribes are divided up by gender. Sees himself as a master strategist who pulls the wool over the eyes of people who think he's naïve. In that regard, he reminds me a little of Jeff Varner. I can see him doing like Varner or Marquesas Rob, and trying to cause trouble for strategic purposes. But sometimes, guys this cocky get found out, and then, it's hasta la vista. Will probably make the merge, but may not make the jury.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next-->
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