I didn't think I'd ever actually taste disappointment. Boy was I wrong. Tonight, we say goodbye to my favourite competitor in Survivor: All Stars, Lex Van Der Berghe. Throughout the entire show, I had high hopes that he would stay but after the immunity challenge I finally accepted the fact that whenever I want someone to win, they never do. I had hopes Ethan would stick around because maybe they'd throw him a soccer ball......AXED! Then I was hoping that Jerri and Lex would go far but no. Jerri is........AXED! Then this week, my heart was crushed when Lex was stabbed in the back so hard that Caeser himself, said "Ouch!"
Throughout the day, I witnessed 4 Survivor commercials, and during every one, I "zombie moaned," "MERRRRRRRRRRGE!" So I was very happy to see everyone become come together in their snazzy blue buffs to be......Cha...Boga Mogo?!?!? Who put the retards in charge of name? Chaboga Mogo. How bout Chaboga Moga? It's snazzier. If you wanted to fuck your tribe over, why not just call yourself, "Moperoga?" You all seem to be moping all ready. Why not?
I was delighted to see that Rupert does, in fact, still have some common sense by taking the two lovely ladies with him on his reward challenge. Not only was it great to see B.ROB let down, but it was also great that Rupert screwed himself over. Not even 1 minute of the ground and he mentions his kid. Rupert, you now have no chance. There is not enough booze in Panama to convince the whorish looking Jenna to sleep with you, and we can't expect Amber to get down and dirty. She's "uncomfortable." Must be terrible to know that there's a seat in the Final Two with your name on it.
All of this was nothing compared to the sheer agony of watching Lex and Kathy. I couldn't bare it. It's like watching the school bully who annoys you every week, beat up your ultra cool brother. B.ROB I think you should go sit in the corner and think about what you've done.
I can't say that the entire episode was a bust. I mean, we did get to hear Big Tom say "Titty," and we got to see B.ROB slip on the rocks. This and my constant desire for Lex to win the Immunity Challenge made this one of the best episodes of Survivor I've ever watched, but also the most painful.
It would be the most annoying, but then there was Sue.