Tweets from Last Night Collected by NoMoreDrama
Andy: “THANK U!”
and then later after the reunion aired …
Fan to Andy: “maybe add a chapter about your retirement to your book. And then retire. And go away.”
Andy: “Ruh roh!”
Melissa Gorga: “I BET YOU THINK THIS SONG IS ABOUT YOU……DON’T YOU, DON’T YOU…”
Rosie Pierri: “I want to thank everyone tonight for all your kindness & love ..YOU ALL ARE MY INSPIRATION!! LOVE TO ALL OF YOU OXOX”
Kathy Wakile: “Thank you all for your love & support! You’re incredible ! Xoxo good night make tomorrow a great Monday !!”
Caroline Manzo: “Wondering if you all have a better understanding of how I was feeling all season and why.”
Jacqueline Laurita: “JUst sayin'”
Teresa Giudice: “Love you guys. Here is my schedule. Hope I get to meet you soon.http://www.teresagiudice.com/schedule/“
Ratings (no – not from last night!)
Ratings for the Real Housewives of Miami were under one million again – with 847,000 viewers. Rumors have been swirling that the show was almost scripted by the cast. My opinion – it feels too contrived. Adriana de Moura in particular was pretty vocal about wanting to bring more drama, but the drama she’s bringing is boring, boring, boring and frankly feels made up. The way things are going they may end up cutting this season short – although ratings are still over some of their other shows. Compared to the other two housewives shows that are airing right now – the New York franchise is bringing in DOUBLE the ratings – and the New Jersey franchise – TRIPLE. Watching blog hits – we usually have spikes on Sunday and Monday evenings as the shows air. For Miami – nothing more than the nights when Top Chef or Flipping Out airs. Maybe Bravo should just buy Real Housewives of Vancouver from Slice and play that. Those ladies will bring in the ratings.
Some laughs from Boston
Real Housewives of New Jersey Reunion Part 2 of 4,487,098
Did everyone invest in a biohazard suit for Part 2 of the RHoNJ Reunion? Good job! Watch out for low flying crazies! They’re advertising that nothing is off limits in this part of the Reunion… rut roh…
Of course we revisit Rosie’s rantings from last week… I refuse to type that many ***s again… Caro is trying to tell Tre she sees hurt in her eyes and in Mel’s eyes… Tre is shocked and ashamed that Kathy is calling Tre’s mom a liar…and she thinks this whole thing is disgusting… well, Kathy thinks Tre is disgusting. I gotta go with Tre, here… I think the whole dang thing is disgusting. Whoa… not sure when the last time was that I wholeheartedly agreed with Tre about anything… but there ya go! Backstage we see Lauren, in all her slenderness, go over to talk to Rosie who is still hyperventilating about what Tre has said about her dead father… Whoa… I can’t even believe I’m gonna type this… but I’m also agreeing with Lauren when she tells Rosie to just relax and to think about how her dad would want her to react… yikes… I quickly run to the window to see if pigs are indeed, flying! Lauren implores Rosie to, “Just make him proud, and handle yourself.” Rosie promises to be calm.
Meanwhile, back on the crazy couch, Caro is yelling at Tre, “This is 15 minutes of fame. You’re going to wake up one day and you’re going to be alone.” Tre insists that she has family and that she will never be alone. Caro points out that Mel and Kathy are family – and Tre responds with, “Yeah, and look what they’re doing to me!” Caro responds with, “And look what you’re doing to them” simultaneously as Kathy says, “You did it first!” Melissa, because again, she hasn’t gotten much reunion screen time up to this point, insists “You’re the one who has said all the negative things. You sit here and bash my marriage and my husband…” The memory challenged Tre says, “I’m not bashing your marriage.” Mel says, “Yes, you did, you did ALL season long – and when you finally get a taste of your own friggen medicine… you get up and you sit over there…” [Cuz remember, Tre switched couches at the end of Part 1 to sit next to her new BFF Caro – I’m sure they’re gonna make a date to go out for lattes and shopping later.] Mel continues, “But we all have had to deal with your bulls*** all season long. Guess what, you don’t get to sit here and play victim.” Tre insists she’s not playing the victim. I actually agree with her, too. Omg… Then Mel says something kinda funny, well actually she screams it, “Guess who the victim is? I’m the victim!” All this screaming can’t be good for the vocal chords, Mel. Then Tre reiterates that she hasn’t talked to her bro in a year… and Mel says other inconsequential stuff… blah blah blah…
Andy, Captain Useless, then says that he was kind of trying to make a turn in the conversation by bringing up Kathy and Rosie – as an example of a nice relationship. Kathy makes some snide comments about Tre trying to destroy her relationship with Rosie as well. Wow, Tre must be awfully powerful to be able to break up sisters. Hmmm, I wonder if they’re gonna handcuff Rosie to the chair when she comes out – I’d frisk her at the very least. Cue the footage when Rosie tell Kathy’s kids that she’s gay… and Tre in her talking head interview says that when they were growing up, that Kathy hated that her sister was gay.
Wow, Rosie seems to have taken some horse tranquillizers offstage cuz now she’s as calm as can be. Andy asks Rosie about her “coming out talk” and Rosie said that Kathy’s kids are so sweet to her and have always just looked at her as their funny Aunt Rosie… not as their gay Aunt Rosie. She doesn’t think they knew she was gay until they talked. Wow, with Rosie’s new dark hairdo and glitter eye makeup… you can really see the family resemblance. I wonder if she’s trying to be like Tre, too? Rosie admits that after their father died, that she and Kathy had some rocky times. Rosie had met a girl who was an opportunist and Kathy could see that… and they started fighting about that girl. As she glared at Tre, Rosie insisted their arguments were never about her being gay but that they were about this girl that was taking her down a wrong path. Tre insists that before the girlfriend that she wanted Rosie to hang with her and Kathy… but that Kathy didn’t want that to happen. She said that she had invited Rosie over and that even Joe had also invited her… Rosie splits a gut and says, “When?” Meanwhile, Kathy infers that Rosie wouldn’t want to hang around someone like Joe. Some more fighting ensues, but Rosie shuts everyone up and says, “You can say whatever you want to say about me and my sister, because no one will ever break that… nothing.” Tre says, “God bless.” Rosie explains that after she struggled a lot, that she came out to her mom after her father died and her mother’s reaction was that she wouldn’t trade her for a billion dollars. Gotta love that!
Oh goody… we get to talk about that RV trip that lasted for only like 82 episodes! Andy said it was fun to see everyone getting along. I kinda doubt that – Bravo wanted there to be more drama. Andy brings up the infamous toast and asks Tre if she meant to leave Kathy out of it. Tre says, “Not at all.”
Kathy insists that it’s not that big of a deal about the toast, BUT… that it did seem very obvious. Tre says, “Next Andy” as she tries to push towards the next topic. Lololol… Kathy gets cranky that she’s being ignored and feels the need to do a play by play of Tre’s actions for Andy who is actually sitting right there. Kathy insists Tre is mad that she called Tre’s mom a liar… and Tre wants to, “Stop with the bulls***… you and your fake nose and your fake lips – stop it.”
Cut to Jac pointing at her own boobs and her lips – coincidentally pointing out the two areas that Tre may or may not have had professionally enhanced. Then Kathy acknowledges that she was out of line for saying things about Tre’s mother and that she apologizes. Andy prods Tre if she accepts the apology? Tre says that her mom doesn’t deserve that kind of treatment – and that she’s a wonderful lady. Kathy insists that what she said was wrong and wonders if it’s too much for Tre to understand. As a peace offering and a physical symbol that she accepts Kathy’s apology, Tre makes the big 5 foot move back to sit on the Mel/Kathy couch. Of course, she insists that Mel and Kathy move back over to their previously assigned seats in the process so she can take that highly coveted spot next to Andy… but hey, at least she moved.
After establishing that Caro didn’t have any fun on the trip, we now we get to talk about the feud between Caro and Tre that escalated into the big fight on the last day. After seeing footage of Tre apologizing to Caro, Andy asks Caro why she doesn’t accept Tre’s apology. Caro says that it’s because it’s not sincere. Caro said, “When we were in Napa, you called me a ‘C.’ You called me a b***. You laughed at me. What did I do?” Tre said that it was because Caro didn’t want to accept her apology and that Tre had done nothing to Caro. Caro’s stuck on the fact that Tre called her a c***. Tre shoots a general question out, “Did I call her a c***?”… She gets a resounding “Yes!” from the peanut gallery. And then, with the excuse heard ‘round the world, Tre says, “Well, when I’m mad, and when I’m drinking wine, what’s wrong with that?” Wow.
Andy inserts a question about if Jac was pretending to sleep during the big fight because she’s afraid of Caro. Jac says that she, “Just didn’t want to deal with any more bulls***.” Caro says she’s actually afraid of Jac. Good to know. Andy implies that Caro is a bully and a “viewer” asks Tre if she regrets how she treated Danielle now that she’s been on the being bullied end of the stick? Tre responds with a seemingly honest, “Yes.” Caro challenges Tre to name just one instance of when Caro bullied Tre. Tre says she had been bullied by her for the whole season. Caro insists on one example… Tre can’t think of one specifically… but tries to say that the viewers and the magazines are insisting that she’s being bullied… But then Tre says that she’s her own person and that Caro really isn’t bullying her.
Basically, it seems like she’s saying she doesn’t consider herself to have been bullied because she doesn’t let it affect her. Everyone, including Andy, immediately jumps on her because she is seemingly contradicting herself. It seems like at this point, she’s really trying to explain herself but unfortunately, she’s been unable to think on her feet fast enough to come up with a single time that she’s been bullied by Caro. She lamely brings up that Caro didn’t accept her apology… and that idea was tossed out because it really doesn’t constitute bullying. Then they start in on how Caro and Jac were there for Tre when the bankruptcy hit and also when Mel and Kathy first came on the show. Tre insists she didn’t know they were coming on the show and that it hurt her. Mel says that Tre did know about it. Caro emphasized again how rude she was to Mel and Kathy at first and that she had to apologize to them for her behavior. Caro poses the question to Tre, “How do you think I felt when I saw you and my sister, Dina at your Fabellini party?” Caro reveals that it felt like a knife in her heart but Tre said that Dina is her friend and was there to support her. Caro insists that Tre invited Dina there just to talk about Caro. Caro then tries to compare Tre’s bringing Dina onto the show for a portion of one segment on one show without Caro knowing about it – to Bravo’s bringing Mel and Kathy on as regular housewives without Tre knowing about. Everyone is insisting it’s the same thing. Really? Are you kidding me? After realizing that it hurt Caro when she and Dina were talking about Caro and that danged cookbook, Tre sincerely apologizes to Caro for hurting her.
Now, it’s finally Melissa’s turn… this season, according to Andy, she went from being Joe’s star in the bedroom to being a star in the recording studio. Gag. Oh surprise, Mel has a new song, “I Just Wanna” and she has recorded a new video. Tre is asked for an explanation about the portion on her blog that stated that she hadn’t ever heard Mel sing. Tre insists that she hasn’t actually ever heard her sing and that it looked like she was lip-syncing every single time. Mel says that she wouldn’t ever say anything negative about Tre’s cookbook – and Tre dares Mel to sing for them right then and there so Mel starts singing on the spot. Gotta say she sounds better than I thought she would. Then Tre goes off the deep end and starts singing, “On Display… On Display” in a not so nice mocking way. Tre wants Mel to sing the whole song. Please, no… please don’t make us hear the whole song until next season. Then they go into a whole brouhaha about whether or not Mel lip-syncs – and Mel says she sings to tracks which is different than lip-syncing. Can you believe they actually bring up the cookbook again and questions Tre if she actually cooks the recipes? Andy asks Mel why they’re selling their mansion that they seem to love and after Joe had built that nice recording studio, etc. Mel said they’re moving because she doesn’t want her kids to go to the same school as Tre’s kids – that it’s not about money because they can afford their home 10 times over. She cried. Tre says that their kids don’t even go to the same school. Mel says she’s thinking of the future and that they will ultimately go to the same junior high. Mel said they had originally moved to that location so that the cousins could be together. Now they’re moving to keep the cousins apart. So sad.
The conversation turns to the comments Tre made to her brother about Mel being a gold digger and that she will leave him for someone richer at some club where she’s performing. Tre is asked what the difference is between Mel performing at clubs and Tre making appearances at her book signings, because couldn’t Tre also meet a better, richer man along the way? Tre acknowledges that she probably could. (Well then, why don’t you?.. Please… please do it for the sake of the kids!) Then Tre clarifies that her comments were between she and her brother… and that she didn’t make them in front of all of America to see. Mel starts to list off some comments that she thinks Tre has made on camera throughout the season, such as: “She is a gold digger.” “Melissa wasn’t born with a silver spoon in her mouth – she likes his money.” “She would leave him for a richer man.” Tre insists she didn’t call Mel a gold digger, but that it was her husband who had said that. Then Tre physically turns to Andy and says, “This is what happened, she dated my brother’s best friend…” Mel stops her and touches Tre’s shoulder and asks her to speak towards her… Tre says, “Get your hands off of me; I will press charges right now.” Then of course, we have to hear all about Tre grabbing Kathy’s face again. Ugh. Mel doesn’t want to argue anymore. I don’t want them to argue anymore, either.
Andy moves the topic to Danielle… are you freakin’ kidding me? Sigh…. They discussed how Tre got really upset at that Reunion show when the subject of the birth of Tre’s nephew was brought up by Danielle. Tre said she got upset in that moment because it clicked to her that Danielle had been talking to Mel. Mel denies that she was talking to Danielle at that time – and insists that she had to have gotten the info from someone else. Mel has admitted to talking to Danielle, but just not at that time. Then Tre launches into the concept that Mel wrote the song, “On Display” about Tre. Andy brings the conversation back around to something that keeps coming up – that Mel is on the show to hurt Tre. Andy directly asks Mel why she’s on the show. Mel says, “Because it’s an opportunity, just like everyone else.” Mel insists that anyone else would have done the same thing. Tre says that Mel came on the show to destroy her. A viewer asks why Tre can’t let go of the “they’re on MY show” grudge she holds against Mel and Kathy. Tre insists that she did let it go when they were in Napa. Mel says that the only reason she let it go was because she no longer had Caro and she no longer had Jac as friends. Tre instantly reacts with a dramatic mock bowing… Yes, folks, she actually got on her knees in front of the coffee table deity, and bowed up and down piously chanting, “Thank you, god. Thank you, god. Thank you, god.” Mel says that Tre is being fake. By the way, in case you didn’t already know… Mel then imparts some wisdom about how the person who says they’re not fake is in actuality the fakest one in all the land… and everyone knows this by now. No really, I’m not making up this crap!
The 10 second fake out between commercials has Juicy Joe casually on the set… talking about boogers and Botox. Tre insists that Joe needs Botox. Joe asks for a Red Bull cuz he’s so tired. Andy encourages him to sip it… but of course, he guzzles it cuz he’s da man. (Insert gratuitous eye rolling here.)
Andy’s really grateful that Joe came today because they’ve received a lot of questions that have to do with him, too. Joe thinks Tre is great and he’s proud of her. Isn’t that sweet? Joe confirms that he doesn’t watch the show – however, he did watch “Celebrity Apprentice” when Tre was on it. They show clips of Joe and Tre throughout the season, and Andy asks Joe who he was talking to on “that” phone call. After a couple of painful beats of silence and awkwardness, Joe responds, “Uh, Albie…A friend of mine, a long-time friend of mine that was taking care of things at home.” [and who will also lie to my wife for me… well, he didn’t actually say that… but, you know….]
So Andy tries to clarify that he wasn’t actually talking to a girlfriend… and Joe says, “If it was a girlfriend, I would have ripped my mic off and thrown it into the bushes. I basically, shouldn’t have said what I said to her. That word isn’t in my vocabulary. I messed up, so what are ya gonna do?” When Tre was asked about how she felt when she first saw the clip, she said that she was hurt – but that it’s not a word that Joe ever says to her. Joe says that he regrets saying it… Tre says that he apologized and that “It’s for better or for worse.” Tre says she’s not going to divorce him because they’re happy together. Wow… did she see the same clip I saw?
Melissa couldn’t resist bringing up the point that the part of the clip that made everyone skeptical was the part when Joe was groaning. Tre flips the table back onto Mel by saying – that of course MEL had to bring that part up… and then Tre makes a birdlike squawking sound complete with animated mouth gestures. Andy asks Joe why he would have had to pretend to speak in another language if it was just another co-worker. Joe actually said that it wasn’t another language, but that Albie had put a Spanish pizza guy on the phone cuz he was having a problem. Cough. Joe says he’s sure he’s not the only husband out there that calls their wife a name – that there are plenty of them out there. He explained that they were having an argument. Most of the time, their arguments last an hour or two and then they’re over it. But this one had lasted 3 days. Joe then thanks Andy for showing that part where he calls Tre the “C***” word… because it cost him a lot of money at the jewelry store. Andy asks how much it cost him. A lot… Evidently, it cost him the earrings Tre’s wearing, a ring that she’s wearing – and a couple of other shiny and sparkly things. Boy, their creditors are gonna love this portion of our program.
Joe was asked how he likes it that Tre brings home the bacon. Joe says that he pays the bills. Tre chimes in that her money is her money, and his money is also her money. Tre says that Joe has never questioned her – and that she can spend whatever she wants. Wait… didn’t they both file for personal bankruptcy? I know they rescinded it… but wow. Anyway… Andy tries to get Jac to comment on Tre and Joe’s marriage and she refuses. Tre brings up that Chris had cheated on Jac a long time ago and that it’s why he’s not allowed to go out and it’s the reason Jac still doesn’t trust him. Joe says that no one gives a crap if Chris cheated on Jac or not, really. He seems really eager to put this cheating topic away for good.
Jac sits up in her seat like she’s in 4th grade and blurts out, “Now that we’re being honest, he calls her those names all the time, and she calls him names and they punch each other.” Andy wants to get back to the show… but Jac is having none of it. Jac continues berating Tre, “Now that we’re going there, you said that he’s cheated on you several times, that you’ve caught him with a secretary and with a babysitter…” Jac says that Tre had asked Jac what to do about it because she knew that Jac’s ex had cheated on her. Tre said that if her husband had cheated on her that he wouldn’t be sitting on the couch next to her. Tre says that she would like to meet these women. Jac also says, “Honey, you walked in on him with someone on his desk at the office… and the babysitter, too.” Tre and Joe really react and both laugh at these allegations. Jac said that Danielle had told her (really, can we please NOT talk about Danielle anymore?) that she was out with you guys, and that Joe was with a stripper the whole time. Joe just repeats, “I was with a stripper?” Andy incredulously asks, “Are you quoting Danielle, now?” Jac says that she doesn’t believe Danielle half the time, but… Joe says that Jac should really know her facts before she talks because she has some serious issues and should have her head checked. Dagnabit… don’t make me agree with…with… with… JOE!!!! OMG… hell has frozen over!
Meanwhile, Tre can be heard in the background saying, “Oh my God. Oh my God.” Andy asks point blank if Joe has ever cheated on Tre. Joe says, “Never. Can we go to another subject now?” Then the whole conversation turns to everyone calling each other fake… accusations fly about their marriages are just for show… and that they’re all opportunists. Andy asks, “What’s wrong with being an opportunist?” In the midst of the hullabaloo, Tre clarifies that she means that Mel is fake with her. Everyone is talking over everyone else… each providing their own soliloquy. Mel calls Tre and Joe, “Dumb and Dumber” and “Frik and Frak.” Tre accuses Mel that she even wants to sound like Tre. Then Mel tells Tre to stop sweating it. Tre’s reaction causes Mel to dare her and so she says, “Do you want to play?” Tre responds, “Let’s play.” Joe then asks the question we ALL have been asking, “Why am I here?” And then he belches. Seriously. Fade to black.
Amazing Race – Leg 2 – Oct 7, 2012 by MelTheHound
Welcome back race fans… Here is where we stand after the premier episode.
- Abbie & Ryan – Dating Divorcees
- Trey and Alexis -Dating couple
- Rob and Kelley -Married Monster Truckers
- Amy and Daniel -On and Off Daters (AntiAviva) <I’ll explain this in a bit.
- Jaymes and James – Chippendales
- Caitlin and Brittany – Best Friends (Blondes)
- Gary and Will – Substitute Teachers
- Josh and Brent – Goat Farmers (Beekmans)
- James and Mark – Friends (Rockers)
- Natlalie and Nadiya – Twins
Last week we lost the lumberjack / cosmetic exec team, I still say due to the fact that the woman didn’t have the abacus out when they passed by her. Otherwise, she was just some woman sitting in the shade of an umbrella/shelter. We also watched as AntiAviva was overtaken in the last seconds of the day to take second place, losing the chance at the second million dollars. We ended the leg in Shanghai, where the 100 year old signal tower was the location of the pit stop.
This week, we’re leaving China for Indonesia. It’s a race to the airport to all be on the same flight. Or, that’s how it should have worked out. I guess there are a number of ways to get from Shanghai to Indonesia and most teams chose the same one which goes through Jakarta. All except Monster Trucker and his wife. They chose a flight that left earlier but had a connection Hong Kong and, had a 4 hour layover. I don’t think they bothered to check that bit of info. So, for the rest of the flight time, Monster trucker is slapping himself on the back for ‘running his own race’ instead of the race that everyone else is running. The final destination is Surabaya, Indonesia. In Jakarta, the earlier flight going to Syrabaya is full so to try and get an hour jump on everyone else, they all try to get on standby. In the end, Rockers (Long Hair Don’t Care) gets on the flight. The rest take the later (1 hour) flight.
Their destination for this part of the leg is the Alun Alun Stadium
Their next clue which will also contain a number, one through ten. I didn’t hear anything in the rules that they had to sequentially take the number in the order they arrived. Meaning the first team could have taken number ten but that would just be stupid, wouldn’t it? The task of the next day is ‘Bull Racing’ (I’ll explain that in a second), to commence at 8:30am. So by the time everyone arrives, for all intents and purposes, they are dead even again in the race. Monster truck gets number ten and the hint that their early airport exit strategy landed them in last place. By the way, aside from not being eliminated, the prize they are playing for today is the all important Express Pass. This will allow them up until a certain leg of the race to skip any task they choose and move on without penalty. It is usually played to get to the pit stop before the others.
The Bull Races.
The object of this is for each team member to ride on the back of a motor scooter racing against a team of bulls that has a jockey on a litter (one of those makeshift stretchers it looks like) being pulled by a team of smaller bulls. These aren’t American Rodeo bulls. The whole thing seemed kind of pointless to me except to put minutes between the racers. Remember those numbers they drew the night before? That was the order in which they went. The jockey riding the bull litter thing, holds on to the tails of the bulls as they drag him along. Of course the bulls won each race but the point wasn’t to win that race, it was to get to the other side and get the next clue, which was a roadblock, ‘Who wants to party?’.
On this roadblock a member of each team will do a multitask. First they will choose 4 kids from the crowd. Then these kids are placed on an amusement type ride that is powered by pedaling a bicycle. At the same time, they must make a balloon hat and animal for each kid on their ride. Total of 8 balloon things per team. They are using pumps to blow up the balloons by the way. Once they do that, they can continue.
I’m not sure what these things are called. The teams kind of get through it as they arrive except for substitute teachers as Will can’t seem to get the ends of the balloons tied to save his own life. I don’t know why that is but eventually they finish and get to move on as well.
The next stop is Wijaya Motors. It’s a place where they sell the motor scooters. This is really where the leg goes to hell for a lot of them. Some get cab drivers that know where they are going, others get drivers that have no clue and take them all over Indonesia before they find the place. I’m going to kind of cut to the chase here, the last teams to find it are AntiAviva, Monster Truckers, and Substitute teachers. This does come into play later on. They are after their next clue of course which turns out to be a detour.
The detour is ‘blocks of ice’ or ‘fish in a barrel’. Everyone but the Twins chooses the Ice task. The Ice task is to collect 10- 65 pound blocks of ice, put them on a truck, take them to a drop off point and cart them into the fish market. The fish in a barrel task is to collect 2 barrels of fish. Take them to the fish market, Sort them, and display them as shown by the sample. That’s 2000 fish my friends. Getting the ice blocks on the truck is a relatively simple task. Pick them up off of a dock and carry them. These are about 8 inches square about 4 or 5 feet long and they are formed to be uniform.
In case you are wondering, that blue pink and black blob in the above photo is one of the twins with her head jammed down in the fish barrel. (I didn’t see that photo attached NMD) As the ice deliveries are arriving at the fish market, the twins finish their task and are given their clue which tells them to run to the pit stop located within the market grounds. As the teams with the ice arrive and begin moving it into the storage area of the market, several lose the loads and the ice breaks into smaller pieces. Doesn’t matter as long as they deliver the ten blocks of ice.
I’ve had a real shitty night here so I’m just going to cut to the chase.
The Twins take first place and win the express pass, AntiAviva due to a dyslexic cab driver is eliminated. It’s a shame, I was really hoping this would be a non elimination round and I do think that all other things being equal (cab drivers etc), Amy and Daniel had a real chance to win. I’m a little disappointed I guess that I haven’t really seen any nastiness in this game so far this season that I can really snark on. It’s early though.
If you missed it, it may show up On Demand in your area or you can watch it here…
See you for Survivor Thursday morning.
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