I too am a survivor fan, have watched every show. I think if Chicken had taken a firmer stand instead if being so wishy-washy he would still be there. I think the grave digger will go far but GP already has a target on her back for being too bossy.
Mike I agree Survivorman is a good show and have learned alot watching him but I hope to never have to put that knowlege to the test.
No and I can picture the guy who was in it, but can't think of the name. He always had an "angel" that would send him places where he was needed, kinda through a time transport. It was on probably in the 80s.
Thanx Lisa, you got it. I knew I would know the name when I saw it. I could picture the 2 guys that were in it but do you think I could think of the name. Journeyman looks interesting so I am going to give it a try. I just can't wait for next week, all new shows. Its about time, I am tired of seeing them 3 times.
Originally posted by Greyson:
Any Survivor fanatics out here? I never go anywhere on a Thursday night, well I did last night but I taped it. My 2 picks for the final 2, PG and the gravedigger (can't remember his name).
OMG! I love Survivor. I don't go anywhere on Thursday nights at 8pm except in front of my telli watching Survivor. This is going to be a very interesting season.
James, the gravedigger, is a very strong competitor. Unfortunately, people will turn against him and vote him off. I hope not. Hey, if he does get voted off, I think he has a future in modeling. He is FINE! :-) Whew!
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I originally wouldn't watch survivor but now I have to tape it for my partner so I've become an addict. Too early to tell who is going to win, but the one tribe is making a huge mistake voting out the ones who could help them set up. You would think people would learn from watching previous shows, but they make the same mistakes every time.
I like to watch survivorman as well. He actually lives about 80 miles from me.
I can't even think about the word "Survivor" without the first strains of "Eye of the Tiger" reverberating in my skull. It is tantamount to the poor fellow in Edgar Allen Poe's "The Bells". Of course, without the morphine. (Still, you had to love the word "tintinnabulation".