Well, from the looks of it, the Immunity Challenge is a push and shove type match on a pier . I would say James looks like he is going to let loose his rage! Mud, Sweat and maybe some Tears will be played out Thursday night. The Physical challenges seem to keep getting into real fight situations. James is big enough, but in the previews they show some kind of pillow they will be using to try to push each other off a pier into the mud..
No clips of what the Reward challenge might be have surfaced on the Internet or a TV release, so we have a surprise in store. Might be some food for whomever wins the challenge.
I also have to believe they need to start giving out clues to the HII’s. C’mon CBS, give us some clues and show the Troll King looking for them this week. From what CBS was saying after last season that the Idols would be just dropped around liberally, I thought someone would have tripped over one by now!
Odds say Heroes win the immunity idol this week, so start picking your Villain for eviction. I know of at least 3 annoying people I’d like to see go! If Russell plays the same game he’ll show who his one female he wants to hang around the game tonight. And, if The Troll King is on his game I’m willing to say he finds an idol!
It looks like it’s pick on Russell week. Don’t go near the Troll if he’s under a bridge! He’s gonna getcha!!
My personal thoughts on the first night of Survivor 20 Heroes vs. Villains was more like a high school reunion and everyone is trying to impress everyone else, except Sugar who for some reason was totally out of her element. After basically being ignored by everyone especially Colby, she just wasn’t all there. Maybe she needed to go to exile island and stay out of the way of the crowd. (No there isn’t an exile island on Samoa). I believe that there were more first day alliances made in the history of Survivor, and I believe in the next few weeks that there will be more broken alliances once the positioning begins. The rivalry between the tribes was set into motion with the first challenge. Complete and utter chaotic violence that almost sent 2 people home. I think the challenges should be physical but not violent. Stress more puzzle solving with a physical challenge in every competition before we get into a downright war with these challenges that allow contact. If that first challenge was an NFL game there would have been penalties for Holding, Roughing the QB, Unsportsmanlike contact ( removing an opposing players clothes), and probably a few more we never saw on camera.
I was actually bored for most of the 2 hour special episode. I know they spent time letting viewers getting used to who the characters are, but pleaseeeeeeeeee, show some more action around the camps, what the hell is everyone up to. I know Russell had to be looking for the HII, so lets see him searching. Show Rob more with his pissed off attitude of no one wanting to help build the camp. C’mon man, lets get some bullshit going out there. I know a lot of you won’t agree with me, BUT, i want some action. Hell the Village People with no flint started a fire easier the Hoho’s with flint.
OK, some info from the snake pit. I probably won’t post daily this season since we only have a show 1 day a week. However if I get some special news or I just get an itch i’ll put something up. Thats all for now, before I really tell you how I feel about the Village People and the Hoho’s.
From August 9th until September 16th the cast-a-ways contested the Heroes vs. Villians and filmed it for our entertainment. Beginning in February we get to watch the Good, the Bad and the Ugly!
Of course when she said that to me in Samoa right before filming on Heroes Vs. Villains, Candice Woodcock was pretty sure she was going to be on the Villains tribe. And with good reason: Candice is most famous for mutinying off her own tribe in the Cook Islands. Probst’s defense for making Candice a hero (which can be seen in the video below) is that Candice’s mutiny maneuver was a heroic move to get back on a team with the people she loved. Okay, but that runs completely contrary to the way Cook Islands was edited and presented, when Yul, Ozzy, Becky, and Sundra were the abandoned underdogs who had to overcome tremendous odds after being left for dead by Candice and Jonathan Penner. In fact, Cook Islands was an underwhelming season until we finally had people to root for and against, and make no mistake, back then Candice was being presented squarely in the “against” camp. But here she is a hero? Doesn’t make sense, but there you have it. [ an exclusive on location video ]
James Clement, China and Micronesia: Fans vs. Favorites
Heroism: The gravedigger is a hot, generally nice guy, but he was voted out while holding two—two!—Immunity Idols.
Outwitticism: “I’ve lost my reign as dumbest Survivor ever!” (From the jury, after Erik sacrificed his Immunity Idol to Natalie and is summarily voted out by the four remaining women.)
James Clement (32)
Hometown: Lafayette, La.
Current Residence: Malibu, Calif. and Lafayette, La.
Personal Claim To Fame: “Continuing the family business.”
Inspiration in Life: “My dad.”
Previous Finishes: China: 10th out, 4th Jury Member; Micronesia: Injured, 4th Jury Member
Favorite Past Moment: “All the challenges.”
Previous Survivor He Respects Most: Amanda Kimmel (China, Micronesia)
Previous Survivor He Respects Least: “No comment.”
Why Did He Come Back? : “To prove to myself I can get further in the game.”
J.T. Thomas, Tocantins
Heroism: The Survivor sweetheart won the game unanimously by being a challenge superstar, having an adorable accent and not pissing anyone off (except maybe petulant Stephen).
Outwitticism: Since J.T.’s so quiet and humble, we’ll leave it to Taj to explain why no one ever voted against J.T.: “[His name] just never came up because he was too sweet,” she said. “You just can’t find anything wrong with him.”
James “JT” Thomas Jr. (25)
Hometown: Samson, Ala.
Current Residence: Mobile, Ala.
Personal Claim To Fame: “Being the first in my family to go to college and earn a degree.”
Inspiration in Life: “My family.”
Previous Finishes: Tocantins: Winner
Favorite Past Moment: “Winning the final immunity challenge.”
Previous Survivor He Respects Most: “Myself- I am my own hero, because of what I accomplished and how it brought my family together.”
Previous Survivor He Respects Least: Johnny Fairplay (Pearl Islands, Micronesia)
Why Did He Come Back? : “It’s the ultimate challenge, I couldn’t pass it up.”