Joe Anglim never gave up hope that his fake Idol scheme would spare him on Survivor: Worlds Apart. In fact, he even tried to convince himself that his phony Idol was the real deal. But despite all his efforts, it didn’t pay off and he was booted out of the game as the second member of the jury. In my one-on-one chat with Joe, he discussed why he gave the fake Idol to Mike at the start of Tribal Council, revealed his take on Jenn’s desire to be eliminated and talked about who he wanted to take to the end with him.
Emotions were mixed as Mother Nature unleashed a post-Tribal Council storm following Hali’s blindside on Survivor: Worlds Apart. With the game going against her, Jenn reached a breaking point, telling her allies she was “kind of stoked to get voted out.” Ah, a quitter in the midst? Her quest for votes resulted in the most exciting Tribal Council of the season. Find out what went down inside!
Hali Ford was certainly suited for the No Collar tribe on Survivor: Worlds Apart. Her free-spirited nature brought multiple memorable moments from skinny dipping at her camp’s beach to making a goofy reference to American history shortly before she was voted off. In our one-on-one chat with Hali revealed her end-game strategy, discussed her thoughts on Dan and explained who she thinks is this season’s biggest hero and biggest villain. Plus, she dished what was going through her mind as her torch was snuffed — and it might surprise you. Enjoy!
Merica. Ugh. I still can’t get over this stupid merge tribe name. Oh well. The drama in this week’s episode was enough of a distraction to keep my mind off it. After a fun Reward challenge, an insane Idol hunt ensued with one castaway nearly gobbling up a clue. It was awesome! But the social game only got deeper as an all-female alliance started budding… But did it work?
Kelly Remington’s hard-working ethic landed her on the Blue Collar tribe, but this Survivor: Worlds Apart castaway became a fast target after the merge and found herself snuffed out. In our one-on-one chat with Kelly, she explains where the ridiculously stupid Merica merged tribe name originated, reveals her thoughts on the name today and dives into Jenn’s personality. Plus, she details why she didn’t even realize she was hurt in the challenge where she got slammed in the head.
Drop your buffs… With 12 castaways remaining, Survivor: Worlds Apart reached the next stage of the game as the Nagarote and Escameca tribes merged into one. After gorging themselves in the traditional merge feast, there was a twist awaiting the castaways as they arrived at camp. Oh, and this group picked the absolute worst merge tribal name in all 30 seasons of Survivor. I’m not kidding. It’s that bad.
The traditional Sunday Survivor finales seem to be a definite thing of the past. For the third season in a row, CBS will wrap up Survivor on a Wednesday night. Find out when you should be marking your calendar for the Survivor: Worlds Apart finale inside this article!
Survivor: Worlds Apart reaches the next stage of the competition as the merge arrives in the upcoming episode on Wednesday, April 1. Want to see what the new merged buff looks like? We’ve got loads (seriously!) of pictures inside this article!
Joaquin Souberbielle had never seen a single episode of Survivor before he was picked to be on season 30. His time on Survivor: Worlds Apart was cut short after a plan to throw the Immunity challenge backfired. In our one-on-one chat with Joaquin, he explained his very real bond with Rodney, discussed his feelings about Shirin’s goofy attitude and revealed some behind-the-scenes information about why he’s sad the world won’t get to see the majority of his confessionals. If you’re offended by foul language, turn back now. If you don’t give a sh*t, keep on reading because Joaquin unleashed raw, unfiltered answers to every question we tossed his direction — and it’s all uncensored inside. Enjoy!
Now that White Collar Vs. Blue Collar Vs. No Collar is no more, it’s time to learn the actual tribal names on Survivor: Worlds Apart. Nagarote. Escameca. Nagarote. Escameca. Oh, hell… Does it even matter? By the time we all nail it, the merge will come around (it does next week) and we’ll have to learn some ridiculous new name. #Huyopa, anyone? Even more ridiculous? When a tribe wants to throw a challenge. It’s a moment many diehard Survivor fans despise — and it happened again, but in a way like we’ve never seen before.