1.Jeff Probst blogged recently about how people on TV don't understand that the family unifications are very emotional. These people aren't away that long, yes; but they're there deprived of all human comforts, no Internet, no phone, no newspapers, barely any food, and the only people they're with are plotting to remove them from the game. It gets very lonely.
2. Thank God they removed that bit where they "honour their fallen comrades". Please. Their fallen comrades are watching the show from their couches eating potato chips.
3. I'm actually glad they don't waste too much time talking to everybody. Face it, some people we already forgot about and we don't need to be reminded. This show centres mainly around a core of 7-9 key people.
4. I agree with Russel's comment that Jeff wasn't asking the tough questions. He should have said to Ralph, and the others from his tribe, "how do you feel now about throwing the challenge. That cost you the game."
5. I had no idea whom that chick was who got proposed to either. Took up a good 4 minutes of viewing time.
6. I'm glad that Rob won. Two or three seasons ago I was ranting when Russell should have won, but lost the game because his other tribe mates were offended that he betrayed them. I said then, that Russell played the game. Rob did play a great game this time around. There was no one else who deserved to win. I'm glad the voters agreed. Rob picked the best two people to go up against, and he saw that very early on. Of course, as I said earlier, Rob has played four times....he should know the strategy by this point.
7. There is NO number 7.