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The 10 Best Moments from ?Survivor: South Pacific? Episode 6

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SURVIVOR : SOUTH PACIFIC "Free Agent" Season 23 Episode 6 – You know  what one the dumbest move you can make  in  Survivor  is? Coming home  from the tribal council like a whiny little child and throwing a hissy fit. You know what the  second dumbest move you can make in Survivor is? Revealing to your tribe in  the middle  of this hissy fit that you have the immunity  idol. Finally, do you know what the third dumbest move you can make is? Declaring your free agency and saying that you are playing for yourself now. So within the first  two minutes of "Free Agent", Ozzy went 3 for 3, and painted a beautiful red target on his back to match that stupid stain on his shirt, all while ostracizing himself from his tribe. Ozzy had never been blessed with a good strategic mind in this game, but you’d think that he would try to change that for his third go-round. Looks like  that’s not going to happen. On the other side of the coin, you’ve got Coach. He really is playing a great game right now, and is in a great position with a solid alliance and the immunity idol in his pocket. Not telling Brandon is a risky move, but Albert is right in telling Coach to keep it from Brandon from the time being. He really would flip his freaking wig if he thought that Coach was lying to him. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/10/19/survivor-south-pacific-free-agent-review/

'Survivor South Pacific' Recap – Ozzy Pouts, Coach Has Clout, Mikayla’s Out

Last week, Ozzy was blindsided when Keith and Whitney went against his wishes and voted Elyse out of the tribe. He seemed, however, to be angrier about being made to look foolish than at losing his... //www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2011/10/20/survivor_south_pacific_recap_ozzy_pou

Survivor: South Pacific 23.06 "Free Agent" Recap

If you missed last week's rather important episode, make sure you read my recap before moving on. The episode begins at Savaii on Night 14.  The tribe returns to camp where Ozzy voices his displeasure at being blindsided.  He confesses that he can't trust Keith and Whitney.  He announces that he is done playing in an "alliance way," and is now a free agent that will be playing for himself.  Whitney says the vote wasn't against him, but Ozzy protests that they were keeping secrets form him.  Dawn says he's keeping stuff from them , and he replies that he has the Hidden Immunity Idol.  "Screw it, I'm just going to let everything hang out there," he says, finishing by saying that he always has Redemption Island if things don't work out. The next morning at Savaii, Ozzy is still dumbfounded that his tribe ousted Elyse.  If the tribe wants to win Challenges, they need to trust him.  Jim thinks his plan is going perfectly as Ozzy is throwing a hissy fit.  In Jim's opinion, Ozzy should apologize for his behavior.  Cochran confides that Ozzy acting like a crybaby is great for him as it keeps him out of the spotlight. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/B71QS09XytM/99465

Recap: 'Survivor: South Pacific' - 'Free Agent'

No "X Factor" tonight, so "Survivor" recapping gets to be early again. Click through for my recap of the Wednesday (October 19) episode of "Survivor: South Pacific."   Pre-credit sequence.  Poor Ozzy. He's so confused. "Blindsides are a funny thing," Ozzy mutters to Cochran. "I'm pretty pissed off," Ozzy says. "How can you trust somebody when they go behind your back," Ozzy continues. Around the fire, Ozzy announces that he's now a free agent and that he's playing for himself. It seems to me that Ozzy is the A-Rod of "Survivor," except that A-Rod eventually backed into a World Series, didn't he? Lots of flashy, ego-driven statistics. Not-so-terrific with the team play. Kinda a baby. "That's how you want it to be? Just you versus us?" Keith asks. Whitney tries reassuring Ozzy that the move wasn't against him, but Ozzy insists that whenever something is withheld from you, it's against you. When Whitney tells Ozzy he's withholding something himself, Ozzy admits that he has the Idol. Ozzy vows that he's going to let everything hang out there -- not literally "everything" or "hang out there," I assume -- and that if his tribe decides to send him backing, "there's always Redemption." Read More... //www.hitfix.com/blogs/the-fien-print/posts/recap-survivor-south-pacific-free-agent

'Survivor' Recap: Loyalty and the Free Agent

I still miss Stacey. Do you miss Stacey? I don't miss Elyse, but I bet Ozzy does. Ozzy is very upset with Keith and Whitney, who went behind his back and voted for Dawn. Pouting, Ozzy tells them that he's a free agent. He is now playing for himself and the rest of Savaii is allowed to play for themselves. Savaii tells him that he's withholding, and Ozzy tells them he has the idol. He tells them they're forgetting about Redemption (Island), and Keith offers, "if you wanna go there just let us know, man." I'm still not sure about this Keith character. Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/survivor/survivor-recap-loyalty-and-the-42267.aspx

Survivor Review: A Lascivious Episode

Most reviews of Survivor this week will focus on loyalty as the word of "" Free Agent ".  Not this one.  We’re going to focus on a word Brandon unexpectedly busted out: lascivious.  It’s an SAT word that I’m going to bet at least half of the viewing audience did not know what it meant.  I confess I had to look it up as well. At tribal council, in response to Coach’s assertion that you can’t be completely truthful the entire time, Brandon sarcastically compared the idea with those who excuse "just a little bit of marijuana" and called the concept lascivious.  The implication is that lascivious loosely means disingenuous.  Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/10/survivor-review-free-agent/

'Survivor' recap: Ozzy Loses It

Recapping  Survivor  is a lot of fun. Almost as much fun as back when I used to play keytar for 1980s glam metal band Slaughter. Damn, those were the days. Okay, okay, I admit it. That’s what I call a half-lie, or a "little bit of a lie." The truth is, I would have been a kickass keytar player and Slaughter would have been damn lucky to have me, but alas, it was not meant to be. But it’s cool to just lie and say I did, right? Almost as cool as this cigarette I have right here next to me. Not a problem to just smoke it up. Although, if I am going to smoke something, might as well just make it marijuana, am I right? You with me? I know one person who is  — my boy Brandon! He says lying, cigarettes, and pot are all totally cool! At least I think he did. Truth be told, I’m so freakin’ baked on doobies right now I have  no   idea  what he said. All I know is I just downloaded the entire Cheech & Chong library, am halfway through a bag of Cheetos, and for some reason can’t stop listening to Phish. But all of that will have to wait as we hit on a few big themes and moments from last night’s  Survivor: South Pacific . Read More... //tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/survivor-south-pacific-episode-6/

'Survivor: South Pacific': It's brawn or scrawn

On "Survivor: South Pacific," the losing tribe has some decisions to make about merge vs. immunity, numbers vs. loyalty and strength vs. lapdog.Redemption Island Christine vs. Elyse in a game of shuffle board. Rick cheers Christine a bit and she flips him the bird with the ol' "scratching your nose" ploy. That was weird. Rick/Sophie and Keith/Ozzy are the observers. Christine wins her fourth duel in a row to stay on the Island. On the way home, Sophie and Rick talk about how Christine is never going to rejoin Upolu if she comes back in the game.SavaiiOzzy is obviously not pleased about Elyse's ouster, especially because he wasn't in on it. After Tribal, he has a bit of a fit - says he's done with the alliance and he's a free agent. Done playing for anybody but himself. Um, everybody should be playing for him or herself. You got played, deal with it. Then he... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/10/survivor-south-pacific-its-brawn-or-scrawn.html