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Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs. Favorites

by Rhoda Charles

Episode Recap: Like a Wide-Eyed Kid in the Candy Store!

What is going on here? I

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Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs. Favorites

by Rhoda Charles

Episode Recap: A Lost Puppy Dog!

Sitting at home in our comfy chairs, feet up, remote in hand, maybe a snack and a beverage nearby we fans of Survivor are apt to forget how brutal this game can be. Even as we watch castaways plot and scheme and ultimately stab each other in the back it

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Sunday, May 11

8 p.m.

'Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs. Favorites' (CBS) season finale, special night

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Survivor: Micronesia's Ozzy: "I Didn't See It Coming"

by Rhoda Charles

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

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Ozzy Lusth, Survivor: Micronesia

It was the blindside heard 'round the world. Ozzy Lusth was arguably the most capable player on Survivor: Micronesia (Thursdays at 8 pm/ET, CBS) and the holder of the hidden immunity idol. Still, he became the second member of the jury after he was betrayed by two alliance members. The 26-year-old photographer from Venice, California, excelled at all things athletic, and while he was an obvious target, he was also expected to make it further in the game. (Perhaps that's why he didn't even bring the idol to his final tribal council?) Even though all was not lost

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Probst signs on for Survivor 19 and 20; says 17 is

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Hidden immunity idol and great acting leads to yet another blindside on Survivor Micronesia

Acting is generally not a virtue on a reality show, but on Survivor Micronesia last night, one contestant

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Survivor Castoffs James and Alexis Recount Their Downfall

by Rhoda Charles

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

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Alexis Jones and James Clement

Alexis Jones and James Clement are the latest casualties from Survivor: Micronesia (Thursdays at 8pm/ET, CBS). James, the physical threat serving his second consecutive tour on the show, was brought down by an infected cut that he got while opening a clam. Alexis, however, was bested by a Hidden Immunity Idol that was used with finesse by Amanda Kimmel in what could be called a reverse-blindside. The gravedigger and the motivational speaker who both missed out on immunity and a snack when they lost focus during a challenge chatted with TV Guide.com about their time on the show and why one of them still wants their cookies.

TVGuide.com: It was great watching the two of you this season. How was it?

Alexis Jones: It was awesome! It was so much cooler than I could have ever have anticipated.

James Clement: China was kind of rough. This time we were on the beach. You can't beat being on the beach with coconuts falling from the sky and giving you food.

TVGuide.com: James, I noticed that you were a lot more relaxed this time. Were you still interested in winning the money or was it more about the experience?

James: The money was definitely the reason I was there

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Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs. Favorites

by Rhoda Charles

Episode Recap: Stir the Pot!

After 39 days Survivor: Micronesia

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Parvati wins Survivor Micronesia, one last surprise after a season of surprises

Parvati Shallow won Survivor Micronesia, and that was just one of many surprises the final three hours of the show offered. What started slowly turned into perhaps the best season of Survivor ever, as even Jeff Probst mentioned during the live reunion.

A favorite was destined to win after Natalie was voted out in fourth place, and ultimately, Parvati faced only Amanda at the final Tribal Council. That

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