Dec 14 2008, 07:55 PM
I'm watching the season finale of Survivor and my guess is that Bob, Sugar and Matty are going to be the final 3. My guess is that the only thing that could upset that F3 (other than a F2) would be Kenny or Susie pulling off an 'upset' at one of the final 2 Immunity Challenges because Bob has seemed to have dominated the challenges lately.
They just had the first TC of the night and they were talking about the last TC where Bob had promised to give Kenny his Immunity Necklace. Well, Kenny's reasoning was WAAAAAAY off for that one....Kenny thought that since Bob was going to give up his necklace to Kenny, that Bob was planning to 'sacrifice himself' to save Kenny...whereas Bob's reasoning was "Kenny, IF I give you this necklace, you promise to NOT vote for me"...thank goodness Bob didn't give Kenny his necklace on Thursday night because what Kenny was planning on doing wasn't nice at all, planning on blindsiding Bob!
Dec 14 2008, 09:30 PM
Ok, tonight's final TC had to be one of the most interesting since S1 with all the hatred by the jury members for the F3! With the speeches given by the jury members and the questions asked, it's very hard to choose who's going to win.
Dec 14 2008, 10:52 PM
Corrine was a piece of work, wasn't she?
Dec 14 2008, 11:40 PM
Yes she was...so was Randy, but for some reason, Randy was more likeable than Corrine. Maybe because 'grumpy old men' are portrayed in a better light than mean young women. If Corrine thinks some of her comments were 'funny' then she better get a new sense of humor because I didn't find anything funny about them. And her telling Sugar that the only thing she'd give her was some antidepressants, when Sugar had just recently lost her father, was totally uncalled for. I mean, losing a person you're very close to to cancer, it takes awhile to get over it. I don't know how soon it was between the time Sugar went to Gabon after her father's death, but if it was within a couple month period, she was still going thru the grieving process, and with people like Corrine and Randy around, it just made it all that more hard for Sugar. I know what Sugar was going thru out there...it's easy to cry at the drop of a hat like that...I still tear up at times over my grandmother death.
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