The semi-finals / Maksim sits with the judges / who are the top four?
“It’s called a TV show, not a TV tell.”
The Horseman is back! John Cho is back! Good writing and plotting is back! It’s like Christmas, but with more skulls!
It’s a double elimination episode on this week’s Survivor: Blood vs. Water, and I’m not talking about the horking that happens during a gross food immunity challenge. Who will join Aras in next week’s Redemption Island duel?
The Tomorrow People try to get their party on while Stephen and PITA plan on celebrating Homecoming. However, a meeting with Jedikiah’s boss could put a damper on both events.
Quarter-finals time! / There are trio dances, too. / Another shocker?
The first round of Redemption Island comes to a close on Survivor: Blood vs. Water, with the winner joining the newly-merge KASAMA tribe. But there are several majorities in the new group of 11, making it anyone’s game at Tribal Council.
This week we get John’s backstory when ULTRA and The Tomorrow People have to team up to take down a breakout who has the propensity to kill.
Cher is the guest judge / A bonus challenge: dance-off! / Who went home this week?
For whatever reason, strategy on Survivor: Blood vs. Water does not seem to include both trust and long-term goals. There are some major boneheaded moves as we approach the halfway point of the game.
Eavesdropping is the main source of danger in this episode of The Tomorrow People, as we learn more about Cara’s past and Stephen’s potential future with (Pain in the) Astrid.