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Survivor: Cook Islands- Survivor Live, Episode 6Page 4
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We almost missed it this week, but it’s time for the “minus 10” feature. Dalton reads ten categories for Cao Boi and Cristina to comment on, each in less than ten words. They will respond to alternate questions, Cao Boi first. Here’s how it went:
Some notes on the above. Cao Boi played in a charity softball event that was a hundred hours long. The Loyal Order of the Moose is a fraternal organization dedicated to making lives better for children and the elderly, and Cao Boi is a member. Additionally, Cristina worked as a technical consultant on JLo’s movie, “Angel Eyes.”
Sharon from Ohio asks when they noticed the romance between Adam and Candice. Cristina never saw it. Cao Boi says she’s a smart player and a great liar, but Dalton says she made a mistake that tells her current team she is ready to throw them under a bus
Austin from California has his question reworded to be, “What other player do you like?” Cristina names Brad. Cao Boi likes Brad too but picks Ozzy. He also likes Flica.
Time must be drawing short, as it’s time for “Jenna’s Big Question of the Week.” She asks Cao Boi, “What are you going to do now?” he says, “You know where I’m at? If you have an adventure, give me a call!” Cao Boi tells us he’s a priest in the Moose Order, and as such he has to play the game without backstabbing or being devious.
Jenna asks Cristina the same thing. Her plans are just to go back to work and do some charity events. Jenna mentions Ethan’s annual Survivor soccer charity event. I’ll be telling you more about that in a few weeks and the organizer is a regular reader of this column.
Dalton has the promo clip for next week run. Nate causes Aitu stress; Ozzy’s stock skyrockets; and one Exiled Survivor takes a beating.
Morasca the mean wants them to make a rule about not eating any more fish because they aren’t suffering enough. Cao Boi says he only drank cocoanut juice and ate cocoanuts. For him, that was all he wanted. Dalton points out that they aren’t being given food, they’re finding it.
Cao Boi and Ozzy thought they’d be better off if the game was in a tougher environment and without Survivor school, because they are better at that aspect of the game.
Alas, that’s the end. To the rocking strains of the Survivor: Live theme, Jenna dances us out in a wacky Bizarro-Riverdance fashion. We’re done!
CBS Website Clues:
Last weeks’ promo items were pretty indicative of the episode. So this week, I’d be expecting smoke and mirrors. Or I would be, had any website clues been posted.
Here are the answers to my trivia questions. First off, in the Survivor: Vanuatu season, Lopevi tribe member John K. was the one who sat in on the Yasur Tribal Council, surprisingly bestowing immunity to Ami.
Secondly, Survivor: Palau’s Willard was the victim of the first incarnation of what I call the worst Survivor twist since the ridiculous “Outcast Tribe.”
This was a very enjoyable episode. It’s too bad we didn’t get a full episode of Cai Boi, who is one of the more interesting players ever. It was also unfair to Cristina, who was rather shafted in the game and never got to fully tell her tale.
Everyone is invited to share his or her opinions at the eAddress below. I’ll be back next week to report on another Survivor Live interview!
Brian lives in Toronto where he can be reached at Uncle_bto@rogers.com. He’d like to hear your opinions and promises to respond to all serious email!
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