Chris and Ralph mix in a fair amount of pop culture while discussing the Gota winning streak, the strategies of Malcolm, Corinne and Phillip, and speculating on what bad comedy film the survivors might be forced to watch.
Chris and Ralph celebrate their 50th podcast in typical Tribal Counsel style: waiting more than a week to record and thus a double episode. Did Skupin make the right decision? And one episode later, did Skupin make the right decision?
Chris and Ralph dissect the politics of the merge, the intricacies of the many small alliances that appear to exist and how Jeff Kent is playing the short game when he needs to be playing the long game.
In a delayed recording (and posting), Chris and Ralph discuss the most interesting thing to happen perhaps all season, the negotiated outcome of the reward challenge. They also pay little attention to when they start and stop recording...
Chris and Ralph attempt to squeeze something to discuss out of the boring episode that was this week. Also Ralph picks a new horse, since his original horse is out and is now somewhere imagining herself giving birth to Probst's baby.
Chris and Ralph discuss Pete and his emergence as a real player, Abi's crazy, and disappointment in the 3 tribe format. Also, an attempt to build a reference table for number of fingers and degree of trust.
Chris and Ralph are back (just one episode late) and speculate briefly about a cold weather Survivor, the continued use of the 2-3 returners format and whether or not Ralph can pick a horse with less than a C cup.
In this insanely long podcast, Chris and Ralph discuss redemption for a few cast members that could use it (and the lack thereof for one that really needed it), Chekhov's Gun, and once again, they revisit the multiverse.
Somewhere in the midst of talking about other TV shows, Ed Burns, and monster truck rallies, Chris and Ralph put together a Survivor podcast and discuss the latest developments for Kim et al. Apologies for the delayed post.
Sorry for the late podcast everyone, thanks for your patience and for listening! This week Chris and Ralph discuss, well, who else, Kat. Things turn a bit Kat-astrophic for her. Perhaps she put the Kat before the horse!
Chris and Ralph try to keep it brief in reviewing the less than noteworthy 7th episode of Survivor: One World. Topics include Troyzan over-celebrating, the Tarzan/Jonas spat, and the rise of Jay to power.
Chris and Ralph discuss the war of attrition that has taken over Survivor: One World and debate the issues brought up at this week's interesting tribal council on this week's interesting Tribal Counsel.
Chris and Ralph go on more tangential boondoggles, dissect the challenges, and breakdown what's happening in the male tribe and who will emerge from the men at the merge (if they stick with gender tribes).
Survivor is back and clearly Chris and Ralph deserve executive producer credits for this season since they're using our 2 tribes one beach idea. Can I get an amen!? This new wrinkle is already producing fantastic strategy ripples and Chris and Ralph will dissect and discuss.
Chris and Ralph discuss whether or not CBS realized they had cast God as one of the castaways this season, whether or not Brandon is a real threat to win, and Ralph tries to get us fitted for an "explicit" tag on iTunes.
Chris and Ralph discuss whether or not Coach missed his moment of fortune, and the great Shakespeare quote that accompanied it, and comedy that ensues from Brandon's mental anguish and Cochran's fantastic one-liner.
Chris and Ralph return to midseason podcast hosting form and discuss the plays available to those that want to make a move in this episode, and who will the departed Savai'i members vote for at the final tribal council.
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