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.
Yep. Max Dawson, the latest castaway booted off Survivor: Worlds Apart, says season 30 gets so good that your pants will be filled with, well, you read the headline. Max, a longtime Survivor superfan, caught the attention of producers when they learned he had been teaching a college course about the show. But despite his smarts about other seasons, his game was cut very short getting voted out fifth. In my one-on-one chat with Max, he dished his thoughts on getting snuffed out so early, revealed what Richard Hatch said about his naked butt and discussed which seasons are the best and worst of all time. Oh, we also found out his thoughts on collecting buffs — and the answer might surprise you. Enjoy!
Survivor: Worlds Apart Interview — Lindsey Cascaddan: Sacrificing My Beliefs Was Not Worth $1 MillionMarch 19, 2015 02:42:24 by Ryan Haidet
Lindsey Cascaddan was never shy about sharing her opinions with the Blue Collar tribe on Survivor: Worlds Apart. She was so passionate about her beliefs, that she often stood strong and argued her points with anybody who disagreed. But her biggest problem was with Rodney. In our one-on-one interview with Lindsey, she revealed the real issues she had with Rodney, explained her reasoning behind the God’s beard comment and weighed in on which Blue Collar member she believes can win the whole game. Plus, Lindsey explains how a friend’s connection landed her a spot on the show.
Well that didn’t last long. The big twist of Survivor: Worlds Apart — White Collar Vs. Blue Collar Vs. No Collar — has already dissolved. After just four full episodes, the 14 remaining castaways went from three tribes to two. It would be nice for the triple tribes to last longer than Survivor ever lets it go. Oh well. Who was the first to fall within their new tribe? Find out all the dramatic details inside this article!
It was a double dose of Survivor: Worlds Apart this week with two fresh episodes, which means a pair of torches snuffed out. The drama cut deep almost immediately — literally — as one Blue Collar tribe member found themselves covered in blood with a challenge injury. See what happened in the first hour inside this article.
Nina Poersch had a rough ride on Survivor: Worlds Apart. The No Collar tribe member found herself at odds with the younger people on her team because of the fact she’s deaf. During our one-on-one interview with Nina, she discussed how Joe questioned her ability in the game because of her deafness, revealed why she was so emotional and explained how she became deaf. Plus, she dished details on how her hairstylist’s connections got her a spot on the show.
After two strong episodes to start the season, something was off in this one. The storytelling was definitely disjointed from showcasing a moment of monkey sex to a yo’ mama insult. It was frustrating because the only truly enjoyable element here was the stunning cinematography. Even the elimination at Tribal Council felt uneventful.
Vince Sly will go down in Survivor history as the coconut salesman with feathers in his hair who gave that one girl an awkwardly long hug. Trust me. In a few weeks, that’s all mainstream viewers will remember. But as we all know with reality television, editors hold a lot of power. They craft characters any way they want to. They highlight specific personality traits to create their “perfect” story. That’s exactly what Vince says happened during his brief time on Survivor: Worlds Apart. In our one-on-one interview with Vince, he explains why he was embarrassed by the premiere episode, how he thinks he was inaccurately portrayed and weighs in on all the social media haters who have been beating him up online with labels like “creepy,” “weird” and “jealous.” Plus, he reveals the crazy coconut story that ultimately landed him a spot on the show. Enjoy!