Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of SURVIVOR: HEROES VS. VILLAINS Episode 5 "Knights of the Round Table" which airs Thursday, March 11 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: An important hierarchy is established between a pair of conniving allies and a plan is hatched to oust one of the strongest and most prominent players in the game, on SURVIVOR: HEROES VS. VILLAINS, Thursday, March 11 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
* 30 Rock (9:30/8:30c NBC) Is Liz's longstanding luckless romantic streak possibly behind her? Liz thinks she's met her Mr. Right at the dentist's office, and she now sinks her teeth into efforts to find him and win him over. Meanwhile, the rumor mill swirls that Sheinhardt Wig Company might be putting NBC up for sale, a development that upends Jack's well-tended world. Then there's Tracy, who goes on a quest to win a Tony Award. Elizabeth Banks returns as fetching CNBC host Avery Jessup. And Michael Sheen, who portrayed David Frost in the film Frost/Nixon, guest stars. * American Idol (8/7c Fox) The singers must face the music tonight. After enduring a three-week semifinal round packed with highs and woes (and even a medical scare involving contestant Crystal Bowersox), the remaining competitors anxiously await this results installment. America has voted, and four semifinalists will be sent packing. This leads to the unveiling of the Top 12 finalists, a jubilant dozen who will advance to the final round, which kicks off next week. * Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains (8/7c CBS) What is it with these veteran castaways? They're falling like flies. First, Stephenie dislocated her shoulder and Rupert broke a toe, both in the first challenge of the season. Next, Boston Rob passed out and required medical attention. And last week, crybaby Coach felt so disrespected by his tribemates that he threatened to quit. In this outing, another player suffers a serious injury during a challenge that could cause him or her to exit the game. And speaking of exits, Russell could become the next villain to get his torched snuffed since he continues to defy his team's orders to not search for the hidden immunity idol. * Sober House with Dr. Drew (10/9c VH1) Season 2's motley crew includes Alice in Chains bassist Mike Starr, basketball bad boy Dennis Rodman, Crazy Town's Seth Binzer (whose pseudonym is Shifty Shellshock), defrocked pageant queen Kari Ann Peniche, ex-madam Heidi Fleiss, tough-guy actor Tom Sizemore and porn star Kendra Jade Rossi. In the season opener, they all arrive at Dr. Drew's house of sobriety and meet the returning house manager, Jennifer Gimenez. * Project Runway (10/9c Lifetime Television ) Season 7 has been a reality check for the clothiers. So far in this year's reality fashion foray, they've had to spin out garb from burlap potato sacks, create clothes as inspired by artwork, whip up red dresses for inspirational clients, and craft age-appropriate wear for little girls. Then there was heavy metal in last week's outing, in which they utilized unconventional hardware materials to produce fashion-forward looks. (Jay displayed mettle and emerged victorious.) It's another runway takeoff tonight when Jay and his fellow designers keep pulling strings in the season's eighth fashion challenge. Source Here
Cirie Fields of Survivor: Panama and Survivor: Micronesia is living proof of the importance of the social game in Survivor. Although she never stood out in physical challenges, the 39-year-old made it far on both seasons thanks to her close observations, smart alliances and manipulative skills. Unfortunately, Cirie's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains tribe mates were on to her from the very beginning, and it only took three votes to send her home after Tom played his immunity idol and teamed with Colby and J.T. to send her home. Cirie talked with us about the blind-side vote, J.T.'s flip, and her tribe's many "alpha males." To Read More Click Here
Jeff Probst, my cardiologist will be sending you a bill for the heart attack I had watching tonight's Tribal Council! Was your mouth slightly agape? Was your breath caught in your throat? Was the tip of your tongue stuck out the corner of your mouth in concentration? I'll make no bones about it: I'm a Tom fan. Tom is the bomb, and Colby is his right hand man. This season is called Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains because it's Tom and Colby vs. the world. They're like Butch and Sundance, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Michael Jackson and Bubbles. If they make it to the end it will be more impressive than Uma Thurman taking out that room full of assasins in Kill Bill. To Read More Click Here .
It's been eleven days on camp and I don't understand why Rupert is still looking for his tribe to "bond together". Off the bat: it's futile. It's not going to happen. Not when you're already deep into the game from the moment you arrived in camp, not from the moment you lost your first immunity challenge, not from the moment you all started contemplating who to vote off first, not from the moment you created alliances and promises that, in his words, you have to keep even if it doesn't make sense at the moment. But I don't blame him for being optimistic. They're the Heroes! They're supposed to be good and noble and all that. I'm sure back at camp there's this widespread feeling that they should be doing great things since they're who the audiences would root for. (Well, at least half of us were probably rooting for the Villains to start with. Nothing beats a well-implemented plan!) But right now, with three Tribal Councils and perhaps a lot more power grappling than the Villains, bonding together for the win is the last thing you should be thinking off. Sure, winning buys you time, but (and it's something I've often said last season) it's just delaying the inevitable. The time spent being happy just spikes up the anxiousness, and it'll be much worse when it all starts to kick in. The best thing you could do is to just stick with those alliances--surely they were just safety nets from the beginning--and play with them, even if it feels bad. At least Rupert was shrewd enough to admit that. It was an enlightening moment in a Tribal Council that had more BS content per ounce than average. It's a reality in a game that's been more about politics than about the actual winning. James, on the other hand--I don't understand why he's still pushing his "I wanna win, damn it!" point over and over. I have this feeling that once the Heroes (or maybe him alone, later in the game) wins something really big, he'll quit right there and then and go home. Now that's absolutely absurd. At least Rupert's got common optimism going for him... Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of SURVIVOR: HEROES VS. VILLAINS Episode 4 "Tonight, We Make Our Move" which airs Thursday, March 4 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The two tribes each search for a hidden immunity idol within their respective camps. Meanwhile, Coach believes everyone is against him, and theVillains get frustrated with Russell. At tribal council, another castaway is voted out of the game. Source & Preview
Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, and by all appearences he stayed out of trouble. Unfortunately, sometimes that's not enough to ensure your longevity in the South Seas. Last night on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, Randy Bailey became the first villain voted off the island. Sadder still, I felt like we never really got to see the Randy we know and love. Randy ran into an eyelash batting, hip wiggling machine named Parvati, who appeared to have Russell wrapped around her little finger like so much fools gold. There's no shame in losing to Parvati, who may be the best Survivor player I've ever seen, if not necessarily the most creative. I'm just sorry we didn't get to see more than a glimpse of Randy's bed head hair and three day stubble! To Read More Click here .
Parvati Shallow may be the best Survivor player of all time. Don't insult her by suggesting that she's just succesful because she bats her eyelashes or wiggles her hips. Even prettier girls than Parvati have played that strategy and gotten voted off early on. Coach came much closer when he said that Parvati makes people light up when she talks to them. We often talk about "chemistry" as though it could easily exist between any two people. But Parvati would have free and easy chemistry with a lamp post. Fans may call Russell a troll, but she obviously makes him feel like Robert Pattinson. Fans were probably gagging watching her roll all over him and giggle. But feeding Russell's ego is the best way to control him. In my observation, girls like Amanda are just as loyal to Parvati as the guys are because she knows how to make them feel special too. Everyone is special to Parvati! Except possibly Jerri, that "bitter old cougar" "Fakee McGee" who wants to punch her in the face. And Coach, who has never been manipulated by a flirtatious player. The two of them have truly become Survivor's new defenders of justice. Coach's Martin Luther King decleration was worthy of Friday Night Light's Coach Taylor. To Read More Click Here .
After two weeks on top, last night the Villains tribe on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains brought the heat everywhere but during the immunity challenge. Thanks to blossoming showmances (Coach and Jerri! Russell and Parvati!) and the drama of having to vote someone out for the first time, the Survivor bad guys finally started to show their true colors and true alliances. The vote came down to the manipulative Parvati Shallow and the tribe's weakest link, Randy Bailey, and in the end, 50-year-old Bailey got the boot. The former Survivor: Gabon player talked with us about his flirtatious tribemates, what the Heroes need to do to get ahead and the story behind the burning of the buff. To Read More Click Here .
"Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains" finally saw a Villain get the boot -- Randy Bailey. He talks to us about his tribe and not trusting Russell or Rob at all. To Read More Click Here .