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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Fri Jan 22, 2010 5:14 pm

ugh! That was a very sad read but Jeff talked about her wonderfully...bittersweet
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:37 pm

Well now we know why Corrine isn't on the Villains tribe.

'Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains:' Jeff Probst says Shane Powers was cut for Russell Hantz









Jeff spilled the beans in a TV Guide preview.
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"Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains" was very close to having Shane Powers on board; unfortunately, the former "Exile Island" contestant had his torch snuffed by producers before filming even started.
As a part of the new "Heroes vs. Villains" preview special (which will air January 31 on the TV Guide Channel), host Jeff Probst says that "it came down to slots, and ultimately Russell [Hantz] bumped Shane out." He also added that Corinne Kaplan (from "Survivor: Gabon") was asked, but she "couldn't get out of her job." As for Jonny Fairplay, it looks like he will (thankfully) never be asked back again after quitting three days into "Fans vs. Favorites."
Now, I certainly won't complain about Russell being on this season; without him, "Samoa" would have been one of the most boring seasons in the show's history (maybe even worse than "Thailand"). However, why couldn't you replace Tyson or Randy with Shane? Tyson, as entertaining as he was, only survived three tribal councils (and he had immunity for one of them); plus, both he and Randy are more recent castaways and could've been asked back later without a problem. Shane is a character that "Survivor" needs on this show again. As for Corinne, at least we now have a reason why Danielle is part of the cast (she was likely a replacement).
Of course, there are still a number of other questionable omissions from the cast -- like Kenny, Todd, Twila, and anyone from "Borneo" -- but there are also only twenty spots (at most) per season.


Here is a sneak peak TV Guide show that will air on January 31st on the TV Guide channel. LOVE what Probst says about Fairplay!!! Can't wait!


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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Fri Jan 29, 2010 4:07 am

UGH! Corinne should've just quit! :(
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:31 pm

Ex-'Survivor' Crystal Cox admits to steroids, likely to lose Olympic gold







Crystal Cox was unable to win Survivor gold, and now the track athlete is likely to lose her Olympic gold too.
The former Survivor: Gabon castaway admitted to using anabolic steroids and has agreed to a four-year suspension and forfeiture of results from 2001 to 2004, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency announced Friday.

"You've got to give her credit for accepting responsibility," USADA chief executive officer Travis Tygart told The Associated Press.
"But hopefully this sends a strong message that if you're going to succumb to the temptation, you have to remember the terrible position you're putting your teammates in."

Cox won gold after she ran in the preliminaries for the U.S.' 1,600-meter relay team at the Athens Olympics in 2004 but will likely lose that medal for her doping admission, according to The Associated Press, which added it is unknown what the consequence will be for her teammates.

Cox's admission came following an investigation started by information from the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative case.

"Unfortunately, when one athlete cheats, all the other athletes lose out, whether it's their teammates or their competitors," USA Track and Field spokeswoman Jill Geer toldThe Associated Press. "They're all cheated out of something."

Cox was the thirteenth castaway eliminated from Survivor: Gabon during the Fall 2008 season of the CBS reality competition.

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:34 pm

CBS announces 'Survivor' one-hour special

CBS has announced that some of Survivor's most famous players will recall their time on the show in an upcoming one-hour special.
Season one winner Richard Hatch and Survivor: Samoa's Russell Hantz are among the contestants who will be interviewed for Surviving: Survivor, which will air next week.
"Survivor changed the nature of television as we know it. For the first time, we were able to witness human behaviour responding to stress and extreme conditions on television before our eyes," said executive producer Susan Zirinsky.
"Seeing how clever individuals manipulate situations to achieve an outcome they want is really the most incredible social science experiment ever!"
Other players who will be interviewed include Heroes Vs. Villains stars Parvati Shallow, Colby Donaldson, James Clement, Cirie Fields, Stephenie LaGrossa, Jerri Manthey, Benjamin 'Coach' Wade and Tom Westman.
The special will also feature updates on past contestants Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca, Rupert Boneham and The View's Elisabeth Hasselbeck, as well as commentary from host Jeff Probst.
Surviving Surivor will air February 4 on CBS. The new season of Survivor - Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains - will premiere February 11.

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:33 pm

Elisabeth is going to be on? I thought she would never do anything Survivor related again...
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:11 pm

I knew that troll had a penis!
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 01, 2010 11:13 pm

Well if the IOC knew any better and watched Crystal's season they will kno steroids didnt help her in survivor so, maybe they'll think she lucked into gold.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:38 am

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Tue Feb 02, 2010 1:10 pm

Exclusive Interview with 'Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains' Ben 'Coach' Wade
Monday, February 01, 2010




Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains comes a decade after Colby and Jerri competed in the Australian Outback. Tocantins was just last year. So why do I get the feeling that "Coach" Ben Wade has changed more than anyone?


Coach ruined Tocantins for me in a way few single contestants ever have. But as soon as Coach started talking about the new show I thought, "Is there something different about him? Did he get a haircut? Has he been working out?"

When I talked with JT Thomas he confirmed my sense that Coach got a new perspective on life after Tocantins. This new Coach seems younger. Less angry. More zen. I could have a cup of oolong tea with this guy.


I asked Coach how he became the person he is today, from childhood on. I tried to get him to tell me he was a changed man.


Did you grow up with philosophy?

I came from a very philosophical family, both parents of which were Christians. My father loved history and would often read to us from the encyclopedia mind that he had, telling of the Arabian Nights, or the Hanging Gardens, the Lighthouse at Athenia. This shaped me in a very profound way, as I began to think of life not only from the present, but from the past, and certianly in a more spiritual light.


How did writers like Nietzsche and Sun Tzu first become central to who you are?

Nietzsche and Sun Tzu are both warriors, one in word and the other in deed. I found myself drawn to these two historical figures and knew that if I were to plan a philosophy and strategy for Survivor, I had better draw on other profound writers instead of just myself.


You have argued that viewers saw only one side of you in Tocantins. I'm not disputing that. But, did Tocantins give you an opportunity to reflect on how you can come across to people and why?

I have argued this - That CBS did an incredible job showing one part of my personality. It is normally tempered as the forge is with water, and steam with kindness, gentleness, and encouragement. However seeing that side of me on TV allowed me to reflect and see that maybe I could push forward to be an even better man, one who was more humble, who
showed more chivalry to the ladies, and let his Christian side shine through more.


Can Survivor contestants have a truly authentic experience with nature, given that their lives are being mediated by a reality television production?

Very few people can have a truly authentic spiritual experience with nature and the creator of the universe given that there are so many people trying to vote you off, etc. But there are a few of us that truly get it, and we are forever changed. I think that Erik the Viking from the last season got it on day 20.


You succeeded in Tocantins by building a loyal core alliance. But some of your fellow Villains have shown in the past that they're only loyal to themselves. Given that, did you feel like you needed to play a different strategy?

I debated on whether or not I should have a different strategy. For me to make it out of the first round will be a miracle, because I am with a tribe who do the opposite of what I did - loyalty, respect, honor, integrity. But after thinking about it, I knew that I had to be true to myself, therefore true to my strategy.


I have heard several people suggest that players should take you to the end because you can't win Heroes vs. Villains. Are they right?


People never see the inside of the game. Perhaps it is delusional, but if I had gone to the end in Tocantins I think I would have won if I had been in JT's place. There will be a new game in
Heroes vs. Villains, and I think that the well-rounded side of me could possibly win.

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Wed Feb 03, 2010 6:14 pm



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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:05 pm

Oh how I wish Elisabeth would come back!!!

My Ideal Cast:

Heroes:
Cirie
Elisabeth
Stephenie
Neleh
Tina
Colby
Tom
JT
James
Rupert

Villains:
Corinne
Sandra
Courtney
Jerri
Parvati
Russell
Jonny Fairply
Richard
Rob
Lex
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:37 pm

Jeff Probst to Play, Wit, Last for Two More Seasons of 'Survivor'


Put down the picket signs and call off those hunger strikes, because our long national nightmare is finally over: Jeff Probst will be returning to 'Survivor.'

The long-awaited news comes from Probst himself, who announced via his twitter feed that he has inked a deal with CBS to return as host of the popular reality series for two more seasons.

"Survivor fans: I'm jazzed and wanted to share with you guys first," Probst tweeted, no doubt from a secret jungle hideaway. "I'll be back snuffing torches for two more seasons (21&22) of Survivor."

While that manifesto strained twitter's limited capacity, Probst did have time to expand on his decision making process in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

"What has kept me interested in 'Survivor' for 20 seasons is the study of human nature," Probst told EW. "How we justify our ethics, and watching what happens to people when they are put in situations of extreme conflict. Sometimes it's hard to watch, and sometimes it's enjoyable to watch, but it is always interesting to watch."

Considering the success Probst and CBS have had together on 'Survivor,' which after 10 years remains a solid ratings hit, the deal may seem like a no-brainer. But after so many trips to remote and hostile environments to be eaten alive by parasites and glared at by surly contestants, there was speculation that Probst would turn in his tiki for greener -- and less crocodile-infested -- pastures, especially considering the debut of his recent special 'Live For the Moment.'

"'Live For the Moment' showed me how fun it is to do something new and to explore new topics ... But I want to be clear: It had nothing to do with whether I was coming back to 'Survivor,'" he said. "This was just taking a moment after 10 years to take a look at my future, and where I saw it going, and what I wanted to do with it, before signing my contract."

Despite his protestations, it's notable that Probst only re-upped for one year (two seasons) rather than the usual two-year, four-season agreements he has signed in the past. Still, if nothing else, the arrangement gives the network more time to plan for the previously unthinkable: a Probst-less future. Not that the host is worried about that either.

"I have always said that my belief is that the star of 'Survivor' is 'Survivor,'" he told Entertainment Weekly. "It is the format. So yes, if there came a point where I decided I was leaving 'Survivor,' I absolutely believe someone else could take over."

Let's all pray that day is still a long way off.

'Survivor' begins its 20th season tomorrow night with the two-hour premiere of 'Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains.'
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Feb 11, 2010 10:37 am

Finally ... Tonight! woohoo


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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Feb 11, 2010 2:38 pm

LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Feb 11, 2010 2:42 pm

I'm really hoping Parvati kicks all their asses!
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Feb 11, 2010 2:48 pm

lmao....F her!

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Fri Feb 12, 2010 9:10 am

Good Riddance Sugar!!

Oddly enough I liked her on Gabon but could not stand her for the 2 hours she was on HvV and if somebody had to go first I couldn't be happier that it was her. Her pathetic attempts of trying to get Colbys attention made me cringe.

Both challenges were good, so much better than the challenges they had last year. The Hereos should have won the immunity challenge but thankfully for Rob and Sandra the Villains won it.

The star of the first show was none other than Boston Rob, boy did he make Randy look stupid and has Coach crushin' hard... haha I love it!

Other stand outs - I liked the Colby and JT for however long it lasts. I like the other fav good guy James and that damn smile that just makes you smile by seeing him smile. Strangely enough I didn't think I would like Sandra and Courtney but I think I might this season.

It was good to get rid of dead weight like Sugar but Cirie probably would have been a better choice for the Hereos since she isn't the much better physically than Sugar and a lot smarter and more coniving. Leaving her in is dangerous even though I like her, I just like others a wee bit more.

I had to laugh when early on in the show you see Russell walking with Danielle and then Parvati. It felt like De ja vu' all over again. He wastes no time... love it!

What's up with the Jerri and Coach showmance? I wouldn't have thought it but I could see it.

Rupert also looked pretty pathetic and washed up. I'm so over his shtick... next!
This is allstars and you can't build a fire with flint and Boston Rob can build a fire with sticks? It's time for Rupert to go home!

Love - Boston Rob, Russell, and James
Like - JT, Colby, Sandra, Courtney, Cirie, Amanda, Jerri (this list could change)
Indifferent - Tom, Stephanie, Danielle, Candace, Randy, Coach
Dislike - Parvati
Hate - Rupert and Tyson
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:35 pm

best part of the night? COACH OWNAGE OVER COLBY!!! Hey, I like Colby, but Coach dragging Colby WITH THE BAG, over to the Villains mat was priceless!!

I also was cringing at Sugars attempt to get Colbys attentions. VERY uncomfortable. Didn't I post an interview with her a little while back where she stated she wanted a showmance with JT? Whatever.

One question? who the F is Candace? It truly annoys me as I sort of remember Danielle now but have not once shred of any memory of Candace. How much of a Hero could she have been?

Russell so far is not disappointing and has picked up right where he left off. I think I like Coach more this season (so far) than his season. He smiles a lot more. The Jerri showmance is so far out of left field. NEVER saw that coming but it could be interesting even though I can't stand her.

I never liked Boston Rob as much as I did last night when he built the fire. Good for him although I still cant stand him...lol. I had to laugh when he pointed out something about the other team being a bunch of egos...mmmmkay Rob, you have the biggest of them all.
I did not like seeing those previews for next week though and I truly hope he doesn't have to leave on a medical. The game is more interesting with him in it, than out of it.

Of course James is still one of my all time favs and can do nothing wrong in my eyes. He is TOO much of a good guy and will probably never win the game because he will never make it to the end. Thats ok, he can continue to win fan favorite votes...lol.

No talk of hidden immunity idols last night which surprised me. I hope they are out there but I was wondering why Russell wasn't furrowing around looking for one...lol

I think this is the year of the villain. The Hero team (aside from James lol) is just soooooooooooooo boring! Everytime the focus was on their camp it was just zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Hopefully that changes.

All in all, last night did not disappoint and I cannot wait for next week!!

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:10 pm

ok Parvarti says she would NEVER do Big Brother and it bores her!!!! Thats reality blasphemy!!! lol


nterview with former Atlantan Parvati Shallow, part of ‘Survivor: Heroes v. Villains’



6:23 pm February 11, 2010, by Rodney Ho



Former Atlantan and fitness fanatic Parvati Shallow
has already been on “Survivor” twice. On her second trip to Micronesia
a couple of years ago, she even won the coveted $1 million prize.
Both times after she left the show, she said she’d never do it again. Too taxing physically and mentally.
But here she is back again.
“I think it’s just my insane competitive spirit,” she said in a
phone interview last week from her home in the Los Angeles area. (She
boxes and competes in triathlons.) “I honestly never thought they’d ask
me to come back or want me to come back. I figure everyone would be
sick of me!”
Alas, there’s another $1 million at stake. And she gets to play
against some of the more colorful characters of the past 19 seasons
including “Boston Rob” Mariano, Rupert Boneham, Ben “Coach” Wade and Jerri Manthey. Sadly, nobody from season one is on the show, although winner Richard Hatch wanted to. (He was still under house arrest for tax evasion at the time.)
“It would have been cool to play with Richard Hatch,” she said. “We would have gotten along. He’s kind of my style of gameplay.”
Parvati knows she’ll be an instant target because she has won before
and that she can’t just rely on sex appeal and a flirty nature to get
past these veterans. But she’s not worried. (Okay, she could be just
making herself look good because she can’t tell me what actually
happened.) “I have a lot of confidence. I knew going in I could
navigate the treacherous waters of ‘Survivor.’ ”
And she wasn’t insulted being placed on the “villains” team. “They
put a lot of big personalities on the villain tribe,” she said, stating
the obvious. “I just think I have a good personality.” Her family, most
of whom still live metro Atlanta, laughed when they heard how she was
pegged. “I’ve always been picked as the troublemaker,” she said. “The
bad seed. I’m a little mischievous.”
Parvati said it’s human nature for people to forget or minimize the
bad parts of their lives. And she thinks that’s how she thinks about
her past “Survivor” experiences. “You wipe out the pain and trauma,”
she said. “I went in thinking this will be a great time.”
The Samoa beach CBS placed them in, she said, was far less pleasant
than Cook Islands. “It was tense. We had a tough island. I call it
Death Trap Island!”
Interestingly, Russell Hantz, the consummate
villain from season 19, was an unknown quantity to the other 19
contestants when he showed up because nobody had seen the new season
yet. “I thought he was a staff member at first,” Parvati said. She
said she thinks the very fact he was an unknown was a “huge advantage,
especially watching his season now. People once they got there were
already pointing out threats. We had no idea who he was.”
During her times when she’s not doing “Survivor,” she does not hang
out with alums. “The way I deal with re-entry into society is to really
pull back from ‘Survivor,’ ” she said. “I pursue other ventures. I
don’t go to Survivor reunion events. I don’t have any real strong
relationships with anybody I didn’t play the game with.”
Parvati used some of her 2008 winnings to mentor girls to box with
multiple branches in California. She is also planning a wellness,
pilates and yoga studio. “I never wanted to have a 9 to 5 job,” she
said. “The corporate world is not for me. I excel when I’m dropped on a
secluded island and play a game with a bunch of monkeys for one million
dollars!”
The toll the show takes is intense, she noted. “You starve for 39
days. You’re vitamin deficient. You get parasites. It takes all the
nutrients out of your body. It eats away at your muscle. My hair was
still falling out a year afterwards.” For a month after returning, she
said she had zero energy. “I sat on the couch and stuffed my face,” she
said. Her post-”Survivor” foods of choice: her dad’s special granola
and quesadillas with guacamole. Oh, and Coldstone Creamery ice cream.
And for people who think “Survivor” is a good way to diet, it’s not.
She said many people gain back all the weight plus five pounds because
your body is protecting itself from that ever happening again.
Nonetheless, she thinks 90 percent of the game is mental. That’s why
some folks who don’t appear to be in physically good shape can win
because they have strong mental resilience. Her best challenges, she
said, were the mental endurance types–the ones where you have to
balance on a small log for hours at a time, for instance. The toughest
part is pivoting in many challenges from the physical part to the
mental portion. “We just dug up sandbags,” she said. “Then you have to
do a puzzle. Why?”
Would she ever do “Big Brother”? “Never in a million years,” she
said, with a laugh. “I’d go way too stir crazy. I can’t even watch it.
It bores me.”

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Sun Feb 14, 2010 1:59 pm

Jessica "Sugar" Kiper talks 'Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains'

As someone who lasted all 39 days of her previous Survivor edition, former Survivor Gabon castaway Jessica "Sugar" Kiper went into Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains with an arguably stronger Survivor resume than many of her all-star competitors.


However once the competition began, she wasn't able to come close to replicating her previous Survivor success and became the first returning castaway voted out of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains.

On Friday, Sugar talked to Reality TV World about why she really believes she was voted off, how she "was foolish," and why she was "scared crapless."

Reality TV World: During Tribal Council, you told [Survivor host Jeff Probst] the reason you were crying after the Immunity Challenge was because you felt that the Heroes might decide to vote off one of the people that worked on the puzzle. Does that mean you went into Tribal Council expecting to be voted off or did it come as a bit of a surprise to you?

Sugar: No, it was not really a surprise. (laughs)

Not because I lost that challenge single-handedly, it was just cut that way [in the editing], because there were four people up there. I don't even know how they managed to do that but that's okay because I'd rather them think that's why I got voted off.

Reality TV World: So you don't believe that's why you got voted off?

Sugar: Not in my heart of hearts. (laughs)

Reality TV World: What do you believe was the reason?

Sugar: I'm okay with that -- I'm sticking with that story.

Reality TV World: Okay. So during Tribal Council they also showed Candice talking about people "stepping up to do the puzzle" but last night's episode didn't show how you guys decided who would do what -- had you wanted to be on the puzzle team or did the rest of the tribe decide for you basically?

Sugar: I'm not really -- I can't remember if I said -- I probably did say that I'd be better on the puzzle, because usually I am. But Rupert, you know his toe was hurt and -- who else was on there, Cirie and Candice?

Reality TV World: Amanda.

Sugar: Cirie and...

Reality TV World: Amanda, I believe.

Sugar: Right. Well, anyway, I'm not the only dingbat out of four people, that's all I'm saying. So that's okay. (laughs)

And nobody ever listens to me anyways so why would they listen to me then?

Reality TV World: It almost seemed like you guys considered the puzzle an afterthought to the boat portion. Was that actually the case or did it just kind of come across that way?

Sugar: What do you mean?

Reality TV World: As far as who you put on it. The Villains put some [healthy and physically] stronger players like [Rob "Boston Rob" Mariano] and [Randy Bailey] on their [puzzle] team but you guys seemed to put [Rupert Boneham] who was injured and basically your...

Sugar: Yeah, we were kind of putting the people that we thought were the weaker people that we thought might be better at the puzzle, yeah. And then Rupert was on because of the toe because otherwise he would have been on the boat.

Reality TV World: So you guys kind of figured anybody could handle the puzzle and didn't focus so much on who was good for the puzzle but more on who wasn't good for the boat?

Sugar: Um, yes. More like who wasn't good for the boat.

Reality TV World: After Gabon ended, you made it clear that you had been playing the game for "entertainment value," which had seemed pretty likely to hurt your chances in the game this time. Do you think some of the other Heroes resented the fact that you didn't seem to play the game very seriously last time around and just felt they couldn't trust you?

Sugar: Yes. Yes, I'm sure that a lot of people were like, you know, "She doesn't belong here" and everything and that's why I was very quickly trying as hard as I could at every challenge because I knew I had not really tried -- because I hadn't had to try too much -- in Gabon because I had that [Exile Island] idol.

So I didn't really give that much effort in the [Gabon] challenges when I didn't have to so I was like "Crap, I really need to show that, you know, I'm really trying [this time]."

That's why I rolled out of the bra and ran topless [during the Reward Challenge]. I was trying.

Reality TV World: What was going through your head before you made that decision, did you have any hesitation at all?

Sugar: Well, Sandra undid it and then I said "Don't undo my bra bitch!" and she was like "What, I'm a villain!" So then I figured like -- she was hanging onto it basically, figuring I'm just going to stick my head in the sand it put it back on. So I just took that opportunity and ran with it.

Reality TV World: Do you think your Gabon gameplay, or lack thereof or whatever, did play a big role in why they sent you home?

Sugar: Um... I know what happened so -- I just think it was more like I'm weak, you know. I'm one of the weaker people and the thing [was] at that point I didn't have a strong enough alliance for somebody to protect me so they just went for a little fish. That's okay.

Reality TV World: The night before Tribal Council, they showed that Night 2 situation where it looked like you were really bugging people by keeping them up. Do you think that was legitimate or was it just the editing?

Sugar: Oh no, I did talk a lot that night. So did Rupert and (unintelligible) too. But yeah, I probably wouldn't have made me look that annoying but I probably was, so. I mean I don't think I slept at all that first night, I was so wired and freaked out. I mean there's a lot of jitters and chatter all night but definitely it was me. Too long.

Reality TV World: You were unpopular with the cast in Gabon and kind of seemed to be on the same path this time, why do you think you ended up as a bit of an outsider in both seasons?

Sugar: In Gabon I think most people [only] hated me after I killed them except for the people that were in the Onion alliance and that was because -- I don't know why, one person just started hating you because you didn't go to college or something, and then -- that was whole different season. (laughs)

This season was all-stars with like serious players, it's not a bunch of Gaboners, it's heroes and villains. I was scared crapless. There was no reason to not be scared, why would I not be scared?

Reality TV World: After you guys lost the Immunity Challenge, Rupert said "nobody would in a million years" would have guessed that you guys would have lost it. Was he speaking for just himself and his own ego or had the entire Heroes tribe really been that arrogant going into it?

Sugar: No, I think he probably means because we were soooo far ahead with the boat. We were like way ahead or something and then we got up to the thing about the same time. I mean I'm maybe remembering it wrong, but I'm pretty sure we had a really strong lead and then they like made the puzzle like mad and we were like looking like a bunch of dorks.

So yeah, I think that's what he meant, he didn't think we'd lose it because we were so strong. And plus they were really sneaky by starting that fire somehow magically and then we didn't think that they had fire that night! And then they came in [to the Immunity Challenge] looking all pathetic on purpose.

Reality TV World: So you didn't know?

Sugar: Oh no, we didn't know that they had more fire. They were like "Oh, it's okay, we'll have fire soon."

Reality TV World: So besides [Amanda Kimmel] and [James Clement], who you obviously seemed to suspect were allied based on their earlier seasons, what other alliances were you aware of or did you suspect while you were out there?

Sugar: Like the Micronesian Five, the five people that had played together already [on Survivor: Micronesia]. But mostly [Parvati Shallow], James and Amanda, that's who I -- a lot of people thought them.

I didn't know who else was with them so, you know, you never know. you can't be like "You guys, we need to break up this alliance!" and you're maybe talking to somebody that's in the alliance. (laughs)

Reality TV World: What made you decide to throw Amanda's name out there, did you know about any of the other scrambling that was going on?

Sugar: You know, I wasn't really -- I was foolish because I talked to Rupert and I talked to [Tom Westman] and talked to James and they didn't (unintelligible) any of it. I thought it was going to be Amanda but once we got to Tribal Council I had this horrible feeling.

I mean after we lost the challenge I was scared but after that I thought for a minute I was safe. But when [Stephenie LaGrossa] looked at me and said something about the weaker players, immediately, like subconsciously, I was like "Oh shit!" (laughs)

Reality TV World: What were your thoughts on that Reward Challenge. I know Jeff throws up his protests that you guys keep it clean, but it seems like it was another one of those seemingly increasingly frequent challenges that almost seem designed to end badly or create some injuries for some people.

Sugar: Oh yeah. It's like we were warriors. That was so tough to go into that first thing, I was like "Oh my god, this is one of the worst!" I hate the wrestling-type challenges because there's like no protection really. I mean did you see Coach was grabbing at, I think it was Colby.

Reality TV World: What did you think about [Russell Hantz] when you saw him out there? I know his season hadn't aired yet [when Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains was filmed late last summer] but he was invited back and on the Villains tribe so you had to have a clue that there was something significant going on with him.

Sugar: Yeah, but I didn't get a chance in investigate. (laughs)

We knew he must have been a bad guy but all they told us was that "He was on the last season, obviously he did something incredible, but we can't tell you if he went far or didn't go far at all."

But we figured he probably went pretty far and then he was on the Villains team so he was supposedly a bad guy. I think he's a good human with Coach. (laughs)

I don't know. (laughs) I don't know about those guys. I want to like them but then I didn't know, are they crazy or are they kind of cool? I don't know.

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:02 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:15 pm

^ Cutest thing ever! <3

As for episode one, I'm SO GLAD that trash is gone! Keep your disgusting hands off my cowboy! He doesn't want anything you have..k? thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:49 pm

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Beautiful family. Their baby is just too precious!

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Feb 18, 2010 10:53 pm

Goodbye to Stephanie. A huge bore and overrated in my opinion. What is wrong with this "Hero" tribe?? They are doing more fighting and bickering than the Villains. I know they are losing but they just can't seem to get it together. I have NEVER seen that side of James but I am glad he spoke his mind. Tom made me sick when he said that James was "bullying" Stephanie. Sorry, I didnt see that. I am a bit annoyed by the "good" team. They should have listened to Rupert and James who both recognized that it should be one voice. Rupert pointing out that BR led the villains to victory by being a leader.
I am very glad that Boston Rob did not leave on a medical. He may not be a fav of mine (althought I must admit he is starting to grow on me a bit with his tenacity) but the game is so much more interesting with him playing it!
Still no mention of hidden immunity idols......don't tell me that there aren't any??

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PostSubject: Re: Survivor 20: Heroes vs Villains   Thu Feb 18, 2010 11:01 pm

Good! Let's see Russell play Survivor without idols! big smile

<3333 I loled at Parvati complaining about the Heroes getting all the "hot, strong" guys. Also, James was right about Stephenie..she is cursed! Amanda needs to go though, she annoys me everytime she opens her mouth it's like she's whining! And oh Colby, the voice of reason. <3333 WHY THE FUCK DO PEOPLE LIKE RUPERT?! He is disgusting and all he does is mope around and complain about his TOE!!! He does NOTHING!
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