'Survivor: South Pacific's' Jim Rice: Cochran's bullying 'a bit sensationalized'

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Jim Rice was one of the casualties of John Cochran turning on his Savaii tribemates on "Survivor: South Pacific." He tells Zap2it he does not regret what he said to Cochran, nor does he think Cochran was bullied.Are you glad you did "Survivor"? Was it everything you expected or hoped it would be?"So much more than I expected it would be. I'm thrilled that I did it."Having watched the show, do you feel like Savaii excluded Cochran or maybe wasn't very nice to him? Or was it more of the edit the tribe got?"Not at all. That's the most frustrating thing to even see. No. The viewers and the Upolu tribe are the people who have looked at Cochran and assumed that he was bullied. We all know that if there was bullying, it would've been shown on the air. That is a little bit frustrating. It's a tribe of really good people. You saw...


http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/11/survivor-south-pacifics-jim-rice-cochrans-bullying-a-bit-sensationalized.html

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