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Top Moments: Homeland's Explosive Finale, Mindy Kaling and Bill Clinton... Reunited At Last

Our top moments of the week: 10. Best Silent Killer : When it came time for the jury to have at the final three Survivor: South Pacific contestants, the most vicious commentary of all comes from an unexpected source —Whitney — the sweet Southern belle. "Albert, you're sleazy," she says. "Coach, you used Christianity to manipulate your whole tribe. And Sophie? You're the most condescending person I've ever met." Are you sure about that, Whitney? Because that condescending person managed to snare enough votes to win. 9. Most Biting Remark : Top Chef delivers a Christmas miracle, or perhaps just a case of... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Moments-Homeland-Kaling-Clinton-1041090.aspx?rss=breakingnews

HitFix Interview: Sophie Clarke talks 'Survivor: South Pacific'

HitFix's Daniel Fienberg interviews Survivor: South Pacific winner Sophie Clarke. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/the-fien-print/posts/hitfix-interview-sophie-clarke-talks-survivor-south-pacific

'Survivor: South Pacific's' Albert Destrade: 'Ozzy played one of the worst games ever in the history of 'Survivor''

Albert Destrade got to the final three on "Survivor: South Pacific," but then didn't get any jury votes for the million dollars. He tells Zap2it who would've had his vote if he hadn't been in the finals and that he kind of thinks Sophie won by default.Are you glad you did "Survivor"? Was it everything you hoped it would be?"I'm extremely glad I did 'Survivor.' I love this game, I love the show. I don't know if it was anything I expected it to be because I really expected to come home with the million dollar check. I felt like I played a really, really solid game. But I have no regrets. I know I gave it my all. I made the best decisions that were available for me."Did you feel like you had a chance going into the final Tribal? Did it surprise you not to get any votes?"I wasn't surprised I didn't get... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/survivor-south-pacifics-albert-destrade-ozzy-played-one-of-the-worst-games-ever-in-the-history-of-su.html

'Survivor: South Pacific's' Coach Wade is 'retiring' from the game of 'Survivor'

Benjamin "Coach" Wade was the runner-up of "Survivor: South Pacific." He tells Zap2it that he wouldn't do anything differently and that he is now retired from the game of "Survivor."Are you glad you went back to Survivor? Was it everything you hoped it would be?"I'm very glad that I came back and did 'Survivor' for a third time. It was great all around. I mean I got to coach Cochran, I got to lead my tribe from start to finish and I made it all the way to the end."Do you wish you would've done the final Tribal Council differently?"A little trouble is always tricky. I've seen people come in and be too arrogant like Russell and lose because of it, and then other people come in to humble. I tried to find the right mixture of humility and also owning my actions. Apparently I didn't do enough, but I would not do anything differently."Do... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/survivor-south-pacifics-coach-wade-is-retiring-from-the-game-of-survivor.html

'Survivor: South Pacific's' Ozzy Lusth: Sophie beat me

Ozzy Lusth came so close to winning "Survivor: South Pacific." He tells Zap2it why Sophie got his vote and whether or not he'd come back again if he was asked.Are you glad you went back to "Survivor"?"Oh, hell yeah. It was everything I hoped it would be, but not more. It was almost. I wished I would've won. I almost won, got so close. So close yet so far away. But it was a great experience. Third time around, I really got some closure on a lot of things. I felt like I did get redemption. I did do what I set out to do and that is play a really wild and crazy, ballsy game. I just wanted to play a game that wasn't fear driven. I wanted to play a really courageous and gutsy game. I played the game without really screwing over anyone. I didn't have to do anything questionable and I... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/survivor-south-pacifics-ozzy-lusth-sophie-beat-me.html

'Survivor: South Pacific' winner Sophie Clarke: 'I had a pretty good feeling coming out of Tribal'

Sophie Clarke was crowned the winner of "Survivor: South Pacific" Sunday night (Dec. 18). She tells Zap2it that she wasn't surprised she won and who would've gotten her vote if she had not been sitting in the final three.How do you feel? Is it just overwhelming?"It is. I honestly haven't slept at all, I've been up for like 48 hours or something. I'm hoping if I go to bed, I'll wake up and everything will make sense and I'll have a better grasp on it. I haven't watched it yet, maybe it'll feel more real if I see the whole thing. It's fantastic, though. I'm just overjoyed."Were you surprised that you won?"No, I had a pretty good feeling coming out of Tribal. I felt like I understood what the jury wanted at Tribal. They just wanted some honesty. They're smart people and they wanted to be told what our strategy was and they didn't want... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/survivor-south-pacific-winner-sophie-clarke-i-had-a-pretty-good-feeling-coming-out-of-tribal.html

TV ratings: 'Survivor: South Pacific' finale and football reign supreme on Sunday night

Fast national ratings for Sunday, Dec.18, 2011Football and "Survivor" won Sunday night, as the majority of TV viewers tuned in to either the "Survivor: South Pacific" finale or NBC's Sunday Night Football. That's to be expected, considering we're into the latter half of December when reruns reign supreme. CBS edged out NBC in viewership to win the night, though. The network scored nearly 16 million viewers with a 9.2 rating/15 share in households. NBC was the night's runner-up, with 11.8 million viewers and a 7.3/12, followed by ABC (4.8 million, 2.8/4) and FOX (4.2 million, 2.4/4).In the 18-49 demographic, the distance between CBS and NBC was much closer, with CBS eking out a win with a 4.5, NBC getting a 4.3, and FOX (1.8) and ABC (1.3) bringing up the rear.Sunday ratings hour-by-hour: 8 p.m. CBS: "Survivor: South Pacific" finale (16.4 million viewers, 9.5/15) NBC: "NBC Sunday Night Football" (12.5 million, 7.8/12) ABC: "Once Upon... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/tv-ratings-survivor-south-pacific-finale-and-football-reign-supreme-on-sunday-night.html

'Survivor: South Pacific's' Brandon Hantz: 'It was a bitter vote'

Brandon Hantz was the last "Survivor: South Pacific" castaway eliminated before the Final Five. He tells Zap2it he enjoyed his time on the show and why he voted for Sophie.Are you glad you did "Survivor," was it everything you hoped it would be?"Yeah, man. I really enjoyed my experience being on this season. It was more than what I thought it was going to be. It'd definitely been cool, everyone's been real great. I made a lot of good friends. It's just awesome to be a part of the 'Survivor' family now."During the last tribal council, you looked so shocked when Sophie revealed Coach found the Idol before you thought he did. How did that make you feel?"I'm so used to it now, having that disappointment. I'm ready now for somebody to jump out and say, 'I stabbed you in the back.' It's kind of an every-episode occurrence now, but that was a little bit... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/survivor-south-pacifics-brandon-hantz-it-was-a-bitter-vote.html

Survivor: South Pacific Winner Sophie Clarke: "I'm Trying to Be a Little Sunnier"

If anyone understands the importance of an immunity challenge it would have to be Sophie Clarke . As one of the final contestants left on Survivor: South Pacific , the 22-year-old medical student from Willsboro, New York, was no frontrunner. But after winning the last immunity challenge of the season and ousting fan favorite and Survivor veteran Oscar "Ozzy" Lusth at the 11 th hour, the game was suddenly Clarke's to win. We caught up with Clarke right after she beat out Benjamin "Coach" Wade and baseball coach Albert Destrade for the grand prize of $1 million to find out what she was thought her chances of winning were after the final tribal council, how the show changed her life and why she would return to Survivor in a heartbeat.   http://www.tvguide.com/News/Survivor-Winner-Sophie-1040946.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Survivor: South Pacific' Finale: Coach, Ozzy, Brandon Spill Secrets About the 23rd Season

  Survivor  fans saw  Sophie Clarke  named the winner of the CBS reality show's 23rd season Sunday night. Host  Jeff Probst  presented the 22-year-old medical student with a $1 million check during the live finale. Clarke beat runner-up -- and three-time contestant -- Benjamin "Coach" Wade  and third-place finisher Albert Destrade  to take home the title of "sole Survivor." Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/uldf0CLf05I/survivor-south-pacific-winner-sophie-coach-ozzy-brandon-hantz-275199
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