By Jeff Pitman | Published: December 20, 2016
Jeff Pitman takes a look back at Adam's deserving win, Hannah's and Ken's undershown games, some surprising numbers in not voting people out, and the overall success of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: December 19, 2016
Three immunity challenges, four Tribal Councils, three people booted, one Legacy Advantage, one Reward Steal Advantage, one hidden idol, plus another fake one. Wow! Oh yeah, and a unanimous jury vote and a new winner.
By Andy Baker | Published: December 17, 2016
Andy Baker questions whether Survivor's Trust Cluster era isn't simply another name for taking out the outstanding players before they have the chance to stand out, and offers his final words on Millennials vs. Gen X.
By Andy Baker, Pat Ferrucci, and Jeff Pitman | Published: December 12, 2016
Andy Baker, Pat Ferrucci, and Jeff Pitman join the Survivor Blogoverse prediction game, trying to forecast the jury votes of Millennials vs. Gen X. As also seen on Inside Survivor, Reality Blurred, and RHAP's blogs.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: December 11, 2016
As the finale approaches, Pat Ferrucci makes a final assessment of the season as a whole (spoiler alert: entertaining!) and the remaining six's likelihood of winning Millennials vs. Gen X.
By Andy Baker | Published: December 11, 2016
Andy Baker takes a look at how the players look... to themselves, to the other remaining players, and to the jury, as a way of assessing their chances of winning Millennials vs. Gen X.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: December 9, 2016
Jeff Pitman examines the intersection of enthusiastic, good-spirited gameplay and touching personal drama that has elevated this season above standard reality-competition fare, as exemplified in Episode 13 of Millennials vs. Gen X.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: December 8, 2016
Two immunity challenges, two Tribal Councils, two people booted, all in only two days played. The penultimate Millennials vs. Gen X episode, in extensive numbers. (Other than two.)
By Jeff Pitman | Published: December 5, 2016
Jeff Pitman looks at the rise of Adam and the fall of Zeke, the curious case of Will, and the four leading contenders for the win after Episode 12 of Millennials vs. Gen X.
By Pat Ferrucci | Published: December 4, 2016
Pat Ferrucci takes a look into trophy culture, and how the self-esteem movement may have affected Will's quest for (recognition of) a Big Move™ in Episode 12 of Millennials vs. Gen X.
By Jeff Pitman | Published: December 3, 2016
The Loved Ones visit, an advantage non-play, an idol play, and the fall of Zeke. In numberical format.
By Andy Baker | Published: December 3, 2016
Andy Baker returns to assess three weeks of progress toward the endgame of Millennials vs. Gen X, and how they've affected the flawed but beautiful games of the prospective winners.