Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water's merged Huyopa tribe eliminated Wes Nale during Wednesday night's tenth episode of the CBS reality competition's 29th season.
Survivor's Jeremy Collins talks to Reality TV World about whether he thinks Missy or Reed benefited from voting him out, how he believes the other castaways viewed his relationship with Natalie, how he really feels about Jon's decision to flip, and whom he calls "erratic" and "spastic."
Survivor's Jeremy Collins talks to Reality TV World about when he began to realize his alliance had turned on him, whether he ever really trusted Jon or believed he didn't have an idol, how he tried to change the alliances up but failed, and which scenarios just still don't make sense to him.
Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water's merged Huyopa tribe eliminated Jeremy Collins during Wednesday night's ninth episode of the CBS reality competition's 29th season.
Survivor's Josh Canfield talks to Reality TV World about what he meant by showing too much of himself during the game, whether he thinks Jon and Jaclyn made the best strategic choice for themselves even though it screwed him over, and how he ironically got cast on the show with Reed as his loved one.
Survivor's Josh Canfield talks to Reality TV World about how things might've changed had he won Individual Immunity or Julie not quit, whether he thought Jon or Jaclyn was in charge, whether he was truly convinced Jeremy could beat him in a jury vote, and why he didn't just work with Jeremy.
Survivor's Josh Canfield talks to Reality TV World about whether he felt blindsided, when he thinks Jon and Jaclyn made their decision to flip on his alliance, how aware he was of Alec, Wes and Keith's behavior around Jaclyn, and whether he believes Jaclyn overreacted to the guys' actions.
Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water's merged Huyopa tribe eliminated Josh Canfield during Wednesday night's eighth episode of the CBS reality competition's 29th season.
Survivor's Julie McGee talks to Reality TV World about whether she'd challenge statements she did nothing around camp, how badly Missy failed at convincing her to stay, what state she feels she left her alliance in after quitting, and why she chose to come on the show to begin with.
Todd Herzog shocked the world with his severe alcohol addiction when he appeared on Dr. Phil one year ago, and after a successful rehab stint in February, he was 112 days sober. Now, that's all come crashing down.
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