Discussion in 'TV Shows, Movies, and Music' started by RMichael21, Dec 15, 2016.
Cirie made me cry when she was talking about how she felt like she cost her children a meal.
The main problem here is it's Richard and Tai.
And to be fair, we also got a partially naked Debbie.
Nobody wants to see any of that.
Tonight's episode is titled: "A Line Drawn In Concrete".
This either means there will be some serious division(s) forming amongst tribe members...or the cast will spend the episode repainting a parking lot.
If it's concrete I'm guessing a parking garage. But I've been wrong before in my predictions.
Previews of tonight's episode indicate:
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You are correct sir.
That means the lines will be even more muddy, and it is not at all in fact drawn in concrete. Especially since the previews showed Debbie saying that line... although with her move last week should could be getting a winner's edit.
Walter White is going to do construction work tonight?! And I thought Cochran's visit was weird.
Good episode, although I think they overplayed Cirie's triumph. It seems like Cirie was struggling, but it wasn't her who turned it into a touching moment, rather than Jeff.
Cirie is masterful at persuading people. I think her talk with Sarah is what ultimately got her to flip. I would love to see her win, and what's shocking me is she's flying under the radar. I think Cirie has effectively put the target on Andrea for being the strategic, physical player, where I think Cirie is the one who is doing the most work.
I find it interesting how Sarah was the flipper in this season, whereas she was the one who got flipped on in Cagayan. She's definitely playing a better game this time, but I can't help but wonder if she makes the final three if she'll be labeled the "puppet". She hasn't really made any move, and I don't see her getting in much of a position to dictate votes. I know it's a new age game, but flippers have slim chances to win... Cochran, Kass, etc. I don't think Sarah's case here was as big of a flip, but she comes across as a wannabe leader, when she's really a follower.
I also find it interesting how Brad is taking a back seat to Sierra. That might be necessary because he is a physical threat, but with each episode Brad's chances of winning are getting less IMO. I thought he was going to win right before the merge, but now I'm thinking he's not. Sierra has become the leader in that duo. Troyzan is the tag-along 3rd guy.
The special advantage of an extra vote and the secret meeting with Cochran failed to bear much fruit this season for our peculiar exiting contestant tonight. Off you ride into the sunset, Debbie.
Thank god no more Debbie tv time
Looking forward to the sights coming back towards Andrea.
As soon as Debbie said that there's a line in concrete, that's the sign that she's going home.
She got way too arrogant with her "I'm in charge" attitude this time, and it cost her. I know @flynnibus must be heartbroken, as this means we won't get any more of her faking intoxication and exposing her hindquarters during the show.
Hey now, you never know what antics she'll pull on the jury.
Audry said it in the episode and she's right. She gets all cocky and think she's the @#$%. Same thing happened for her last time and its the same disconnect with reality that turned everyone off to her last time.
Lying about drinking is a serious crime in my book
Aubry is amazing TV. Every week she has an eye roll or facial expression that cracks me up. Her confessionals are amazing. Plus, she's a very smart player.
she is my fan favorite pick to win this time. but the edit so far doesn't show her to really be buddy buddy with enough people to do so.
I agree. Love her, but at this point she hasn't done anything to warrant a win. Coming in for her was tough because her season had just been aired, and she was viewed as the girl who got robbed of a victory. She couldn't afford to come out with big moves because she's too big of a target.
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