By Jeff Pitman | Published: March 26, 2016
As the game shifts from tribal to individual, contestants and former tribes are waxing and waning in power and influence. We look at how things are changing in light of Peter's boot.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: March 25, 2016
Using the reward theory of attraction, Pat finds that Peter's self-described attractiveness provided few rewards for Aubry, contributing to her decision to vote him out of Kaoh Rong this week.
By Brian Corridan | Published: March 24, 2016
Brian Corridan's Survivor: Kaoh Rong Ep.6 recap, talking about the keys to surviving a swap when down in the numbers.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: March 20, 2016
After seeing Anna's surprisingly early exit from Kaoh Rong, Jeff Pitman wonders if maybe being a professional poker isn't as much of a Survivor advantage as we've been led to believe.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: March 18, 2016
Pat uses social exchange theory as a means to explain the poor returns Anna received from her post-swap attempts to make Tai appear an idol threat to her new tribemates in Ep.5 of Kaoh Rong.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: March 13, 2016
Without trying to assign blame, we look at the almost triple-medevac during Episode 4 of Survivor: Kaoh Rong, and suggest a few simple tweaks that might prevent a future recurrence.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: March 11, 2016
Pat wonders if ego depletion theory explains Brawn's inability to win challenges through Ep.4 of Kaoh Rong, and how things might have played out differently if they'd booted Alecia in the first episode.
By Brian Corridan | Published: March 10, 2016
Brian Corridan's Survivor: Kaoh Rong Ep.4 recap, talking about the extreme, medevac-inducing conditions as compared to those during Survivor: Guatemala.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: March 6, 2016
We celebrate the subterfuge both Debbie and Survivor itself pulled over on the Brains and the audience, respectively, by misdirecting attention away from Debbie's gameplay, in favor of her eccentricities. Also: updated win projections.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: March 4, 2016
Pat finds that Liz and Peter's self-perception of being super-smart doomed their interactions with their fellow Brains and Liz's chances in Ep.3 of Kaoh Rong.