By Jeff Pitman | Published: February 27, 2016
Survivor suddenly remembers that humor and endearing characters can leaven what otherwise would be a sodden loaf of blood-streaked trees, fighting about aquatic pathogens, and arguing about who's lying. And it was good.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: February 26, 2016
Pat sees cognitive dissonance as a possible reason for Jennifer's tumultuous Tribal Council performance on the second episode of Kaoh Rong.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: February 21, 2016
Maybe likable contestants going out early and everyone else nearly dying from the horrendous conditions could actually be a good thing? Jeff Pitman investigates.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: February 19, 2016
Pat uses Social Identity Theory (SIT) and priming theory to explain why the contestants so quickly embraced their assigned tribal identities in the Kaoh Rong premiere.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: March 11, 2016
"Meet the Cast" along with Pat, as he watches the newbie players' introductory video, reads their bios, then tries to evaluate how they'll far during the Kaoh Rong season.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: February 9, 2016
Jeff Pitman dons his sorting hat and assigns the contestants' million-dollar prospects to one of four houses of win likelihood: Likely, Possible, Unlikely, and Impossible. Actual mileage may vary.
By Andy Baker | Published: February 7, 2016
Andy looks back in depth at the pre-merge portion of the Durham Warriors Survival Challenge 2015, Bob Crowley's multi-day Survivor-esque competition in Maine. The players, the passion, the game.