Survivor Millennials vs Gen X Week 13 Predictions and Polls

Two boots this week as the show tries to cram in as many eliminations as possible in two weeks.

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Next Boot Predictions

Matt pulled ahead of the readers after Will made a late push to unseat Zeke in your vote. Whoops.

Andy: Will wants to be seen as a dangerous player SO BADLY. Looks like he’ll get his wish, as his desperate attempt to be seen as a force to be reckoned with leads the dominant alliance to target him. For the second boot, the mini-Pagonging of Zeke’s former allies continues with Bret, with Sunday working enough social game to survive until the finale. Neither boot will be that interesting, forcing everyone who whined about a double boot this late in the game to find something else to complain about.

John: I’m operating on very little sleep here, so I’m not going to get too creative: Will goes first, followed by Bret. Possibly Jay plays his idol in there somewhere.

Matt: Will Wahl King of the Island goes around telling everyone about his big move and that he is the big man now and that he doesn’t need your help MOM, but no one cares. This makes him mad and he quite obviously is going to jump back to Jay’s side, but no one is willing to go with him. David and company decide to vote out the obvious flip-flopper, and Jay, Sunday and Bret all realize that doing so advances them one more vote while removing an untrustworthy ally. Will Wahl King of the Island loses his crown and then goes to have some milk at Ponderosa. Following Will’s ouster, David’s group finally realizes that Jay is a giant threat, because duh. But Jay has an idol, so instead they vote off Sunday because of her social bonds and general likability (also they aren’t worried about Bret as a challenge threat). Jay also does not play his idol in either of the votes today (but it will get flushed at 6 next week)

Mark: Another double-boot episode, another chance to maybe pick someone who gets booted. After Will Wahl waffled and whined, I expect him to wind up whomped at the vote and whisked off to the jury to enjoy a nice glass of milk and humble pie. Woe. After that, the former Zeke’s alliance will probably get picked off, with Bret axed just before the finale. Not to get too edgy, but Hannah’s suspicion of him being a cop, combined with an end to his game story as a foot soldier, leads him to be my prime suspect.

Emma: Trying to second-guess the previews keeps blowing up in my face, so I say the first boot has gotta be Will. Nobody needs him anymore and nobody trusts him anymore. After that, I think the David contingent takes control of the game (for now) and votes out a number for the other side. They won’t consider Sunday a threat, and there’s not enough people to split votes and avoid Jay’s idol, so Bret is sent home.

  Andy John Matt
Mark Emma
Readers
First Boot Jessica CeCe CeCe Jessica Rachel
Sunday
Second
Boot
Figgy Figgy
Figgy Figgy
Figgy Figgy
Third
Boot

Lucy Paul Paul Bret
Paul
Paul
Fourth
Boot

Lucy Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
CeCe Lucy
Fifth Boot
Figgy CeCe
CeCe
Jessica
Taylor CeCe
Sixth Boot
Figgy Taylor
Figgy
Jessica
Figgy Taylor
Seventh Boot
Bret Bret
Sunday
Bret
Bret Bret
Eighth
Boot

Chris
Taylor
Chris
Michelle
Jay
Taylor
Ninth
Boot

Adam
Taylor
Taylor
will_wahl_tWill Taylor
Taylor
Tenth
Boot

Adam
Jessica
Sunday
Adam Jessica will_wahl_tWill
Eleventh
Boot

Chris
Jay
Chris
Sunday
Adam Jessica
Twelfth
Boot

Zeke
will_wahl_tWill
Zeke
Bret
will_wahl_tWill
will_wahl_tWill
Thirteenth
Out

will_wahl_tWill
will_wahl_tWill
will_wahl_tWill
will_wahl_tWill
will_wahl_tWill
question-mark
Fourteenth
Out

Bret
Bret
Sunday
Bret
Bret
question-mark
Score
  Andy John Matt
Mark Emma
Readers
Preseason
Winner
Pick
Taylor Adam
Ken
Taylor
Zeke Mari
Mid-season
Winner Pick
Ken Adam
David
David
Zeke David

Make your picks below and don’t be afraid to give your explanation in the comments. 

Who will be the thirteenth boot of Survivor MvGX?

  • Will (72% Votes)
  • David (8% Votes)
  • Ken (6% Votes)
  • Adam (5% Votes)
  • Sunday (5% Votes)
  • Bret (3% Votes)
  • Hannah (2% Votes)
  • Jay (0% Votes)

Total Voters: 64

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Who will be the fourteenth boot of Survivor MvGX?

  • Bret (37% Votes)
  • Will (17% Votes)
  • Sunday (14% Votes)
  • Ken (9% Votes)
  • David (7% Votes)
  • Hannah (7% Votes)
  • Adam (6% Votes)
  • Jay (3% Votes)

Total Voters: 70

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  • Black Dynamite

    This week’s Power Rankings. This is the most likely to win the game.

    1. David
    2. Jay
    3. Ken
    4. Adam
    5. Hannah
    6. Sunday
    7. Bret
    8. Will

    Big week for Adam. I thought it was he played both his advantage and idol the right way. He’s making strides to comeback from his bad couple of weeks and is in a good position. Ken remains a curious case. Weird gameplay from him last week. Still think he’s a contender but there is a dropoff from Jay at 2 to Ken at 3.

    • Meanwhile, Peruvian Ozzy is just hanging out.

      • Don’t call him that. You’re tainting Jay, who is an amazing and wonderful person.

        • I am just calling him how Hannah sees him.

          • sharculese

            Noted expert on people reading Hannah.

          • Hey, she is getting better about that….at least better than some other people playing. Cough Ken Cough.

          • prettyboyprobst

            We now had so many examples of Hannah being perceptive about stuff, that I hereby predict that Hannah will save her or her alliances ass by sussing something out.
            (and you know how powerful my predictions are…)

          • No, I don’t.

          • prettyboyprobst

            Well, they’re not and other than being told the plan multiple times and changing it (which would be stretching it), I don’t think anything she did applies to my prediction.

            (Many weeks ago you replied to my comment in the predictions for the thanksgiving double-episode where I pretty much announced Chris, Hannah and Zeke as safe for a while, only to have Chris voted out and the other two tying, which lead to the rock-draw)

          • Mike Hirsch

            She knew Bret was a cop.

          • Tough read there.

      • Purple Rock Emma

        Anyone else wince when Rob and Tyson seemed to clearly not realize Jay is half Peruvian and “isn’t Ozzy the Peruvian Ozzy?”

        • Man, that is totally crossing the line twice because Ozzy is Mexican.

        • Kemper Boyd

          I did note that Jay’s sister looked Latina

    • andythesaint

      Accurate. I’d flip Sunday and Bret, but it doesn’t really matter. They’re tied at the same odds.

    • the sky is falling

      I’d put David and Jay in a tie for best chance to win the game. Jay is a stone cold killer and the only one who easily beats David in FTC. If Jay makes it to the end, he wins against anyone left.

      • Agreed on that. I just don’t think Jay makes it to the end.

      • Black Dynamite

        I have David above Jay because I see his road to the finale being easier but I agree that if Jay gets there, he wins.

    • the sky is falling

      Interesting that the inverse of this list also equals the most unsatisfying winners of this season.

      • Black Dynamite

        I mostly agree with that with the expectation of Hannah. Wouldn’t be the most satisfying winner from a gameplay standpoint. But I love Hannah and would be over the moon if she won. The rise of Hannah continues. Hannah Forever! We are all witnesses.

    • Alycia Swift

      I’d probably switch Ken and Adam but my guess is its more likely Ken gets there b/c he’s now seen as a goat.

  • SpicyMayoJaySimpson

    Dammit, I said we should’ve voted Zeke for prediction gameplay reasons, and now we’re playing from behind. I wonder how likely it is that anyone topples Matt from the top spot with the finale fog of war right around the corner.

    Now I also wonder what the legacy advantage is going to be. Someone said somewhere that it could be immunity for the second vote of a double-boot tribal, but eliminating two players here puts us at 6 for the finale. The three most recent seasons had 5, 6, and 4 players left at the finale, so it’s not like there *needs* to be a double-boot tribal. I will be very disappointed if the legacy advantage is just a challenge advantage.

    • andythesaint

      Yeah, it feels like the Legacy Advantage needs to be a big deal to justify its existence.

      • Mike Hirsch

        I want the Legacy Advantage to be that they build a giant statue of the Advantage holder on the island that bellows “REMEMBER ME.”

        • the sky is falling

          The jokes on you all. The Legacy Advantage is just a fucking stick.

          • the sky is falling

            SCORE! I won the thread, I can handle my team falling apart in fantasy now.

    • I have a weird feeling that it is going to be another try at vote out the juror.

      • SpicyMayoJaySimpson

        If this happens, I will let out a primal scream of “PROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBST!!!!!”

        • My hunch is because of how defensive he was of it at KR’s finale. I think he thinks that it works well this season because there are a couple contenders, based on edit, to receive that honor.

          • jersey_luck

            And lets be honest here the show suffered because Neal could not give his angry speech that final tribal council probably needed. It also happened to wind up being between the two guys who were medevacked to be eliminated from the jury so it should be obvious that the twist is dumb and not be repeated.

          • And that’s the sad thing: the two post-merge medevacs were two of Aubry’s biggest supporters. I wonder if Michele ever really considered taking out Joe in that spot.

      • Alycia Swift

        Ok – than if Ken uses it, which juror would he vote out that is currently sitting there? Does he go for one that might not like him – Zeke/Chris or does he go for one that would vote for Jay for sure (Michelle/Taylor) if Jay was in the finale.

        • andythesaint

          The least honourable. There will be a test.

          • Alycia Swift

            Well of those who are on the jury right now, that would be Taylor since he stole food.

          • andythesaint

            He’s your best bet.

          • Alycia Swift

            But then again, he actually might be swayed to vote for Ken based on the bro (surferbro) code if Jay was not there. I don’t think Chris votes for him at all under any circumstances.

          • andythesaint

            I don’t think Taylor would be the best bet strategically for Ken. He’s just the most Ken choice.

            (Zeke would be the best strategic choice for Ken).

          • Alycia Swift

            Yep, especially after reading the exit interviews. But Zeke has the power to influence others. Taylor does not.

          • Would Michelle be a better choice to get rid of a for-sure pro-Jay vote?

          • Alycia Swift

            Well if Jay’s on the jury, no.

          • Michelle is just an enigmatic juror, because if Jay’s not at FTC, who does she vote for?

      • Alycia Swift

        Maybe the Legacy Advantage is allowing someone to pick a second boot in one tribal council.

        Will – you are being voted out. Jay or Bret – your game is done because Ken says it is.

      • Maritimer

        Hasn’t Jeff been saying its a never before seen twist? I know that means it may just be a slight shake-up on the juror vote-off twist somehow but there would have to be something slightly different. Or am I making up that Jeff said that?

        • andythesaint

          I haven’t heard him say that. Doesn’t mean he hasn’t.

        • I wonder if the the idea of a Legacy Advantage itself is the never before seen twist.

          • Maritimer

            That would be something they would do

          • Of course they could also blatanly “not remember” as well (like when they said that the Tyler Perry idol was a brand new concept).

    • Purplerockmatt

      i love that you are trying to game the system to beat me

    • Assistant Dragon Slayer

      In a 14-episode Survivor season, if you start with 20 and there are no medevacs or quits, you wind up with 7 in the finale. Personally, I think 6 in the finale is too many, but there’s precedent for it. There’s no precedent for 7. So if you’re production, you need at least one medevac or quit along the way, or some way of intervening prior to the finale to get rid of excess players.

      Enter the Legacy Advantage.

      Since there have been no medevacs/quits, I think the Legacy Advantage is something like: after the first Day 36 vote, there’s going to be an immediate second vote-out, no discussion allowed, and Ken is immune. If there had been a medevac/quit along the way, then the advantage would have been, I dunno, a vote steal or getting to practice the next immunity challenge. That’s why the Legacy Advantage goes into effect on Day 36 (because that’s the day production knows if it needs to intervene or not) and why its exact nature is a secret (because production needs to decide what it is on Day 36).

      • andythesaint

        I like everything you have except for the idea that production can change it. I think the advantage is already written down on the paper that Jess had and Ken now has. It’s just sealed.

        • Assistant Dragon Slayer

          Ah, never mind then. I still think there’s going to be something like an immediate second vote. There aren’t enough days left in the game to get rid of two the regular way.

        • prettyboyprobst

          Do you think it could be the power to have somebody sit out the day36 Immunity Challenge?

          I think that woud hit the sweet spot between too powerful and not impactful enough, only I can’t see production making it harder for someone to to FTC by means of an extended immunity run, which this would basically be an insurance against.

      • SpicyMayoJaySimpson

        I like this theory that production is improvising with the advantage.

  • Mike Hirsch

    Will, Bret in a “let’s just get to the finale” filler episode that any remaining fans of Walking Dead would be well familiar with.

    • Aka 3/4 of an average Walking Dead season.

      • Mike Hirsch

        Exactly. But then the finale is usually super disappointing, whereas Survivor is generally at least mildly enjoyable.

        • Yeap, yeap. Probably the best finale was the one where they got to Terminus or the one in the CDC.

          • Mike Hirsch

            I know I’m going against conventional wisdom here, but the second season is the only one that I’ve gone back and enjoyed watching. That finale was pretty good. But yeah, those others are ok. Both of last season’s were awful.

          • I think the second season is a perfect binge season. It’s like South Pacific-horrible to watch from week to week, but not bad when you are binging.

          • Mike Hirsch

            Yeah, it works a LOT better when you don’t have to wait week to week.

          • Black Dynamite

            The finale for second two was maybe the peak of my Walking Dead excitement. It made it more disappointing when they dropped the ball immediately in Season 3, especially with Andrea.

          • You know why Andrea really became the worst in season 3, right?

          • Black Dynamite

            I’m assuming because the actress wanted to leave the show.

          • Well, sorta. She was someone who was extremely loyal to Frank Darabont during his run of the show (primarily because she is part of his acting troop), but she didn’t want to leave. However, tensions surrounding her increased (reportedly she is a difficult actress to deal with) and they wrote her out of the show. The only member of Darabont’s crew left is Melissa McBride, who has basically been a part-time character for the show’s run.

          • Black Dynamite

            I remember reading something about that.

          • Another person who was extremely loyal to Darabont was Jeffrey DeMunn (Dale). He reportedly quit because of AMC firing Darabont during production on Season 2 but supposedly reneged a bit too late.

          • Alycia Swift

            Oops posted before I saw this.

          • Alycia Swift

            Didn’t it have to do with Darabont’s lawsuit. Wasn’t she one of those close with him? The guy playing Dale was.

          • Black Dynamite

            I would vote for the CDC as the best finale. Quitting that show is one of the best decisions I made. I do miss seeing Carol being a badass though.

          • I quit the show whenever Beth died because I was happy with the then-current cast being alive. It also happened on my birthday, so that was a great birthday present.

          • Mike Hirsch

            I finally quit it after last season. No regrets.

          • andythesaint

            I wanted to quit after this season’s premiere, but my wife wanted to keep going. The second episode this season was among the series’ best. The rest of the episodes have sucked in the way that I figured they would. We may have pseudo-quit at this point, as the last two have begun piling on our DVR.

          • Mike Hirsch

            I reserve the right to eventually watch the season on Netflix, but from what I hear, it’s been pretty much business as usual for the show.

          • andythesaint

            Pretty much, but worse. They somehow decided they have enough talent and depth within their cast to separate each episode into a different location and just focus the story there. So the first five episodes after the premiere are all different locales focusing on different segments of the cast. I still haven’t gotten to the fifth.

          • Mike Hirsch

            That’s been a maddening aspect of the show ever since they left the prison. It’s like they think every B-story deserves to be an A-story. There’s nothing wrong with cross-cutting!

          • turgid_legume

            They seem to think that splitting up the main group is an effective way to build tension, as they keep going back to that well over and over.

            The problem with this season is that they finally realized that they had done a shit job of coming up with plausible threats for the group, so they decided to go all in with Negan and make him just the worst. (I realize that they were just following the comics, but I don’t see that as an excuse, because they can arbitrarily decide to change things when it suits them.) The Governor came off as laughable, they thought, so let’s just think up the worst human possible.

            So don’t worry, you’ve got some great Negan world-building episodes to look forward to. Why, in episode seven we get to learn exactly how he uses rape and the threat of more rape to keep his wives(*) in line, on top of extra helpings of the usual violence and torture. Classic Negan, what a scamp. Doesn’t that sound like quality TV that you want to spend your Sundays watching?

            (*) Any woman he meets, actually.

            I guess they’re hoping that when Rick and co eventually topple him, it will really feel earned this time. It probably won’t, because they haven’t learned why all the other adversaries didn’t work: Rick (or one of his surrogates) constantly makes stupid decisions and then at the last minute is granted super powers because he has to win.

            The show is presumably still pulling in huge ratings, so there must be a core viewership that will tune in for zombie guts regardless of what’s going on with the characters. So it’s not even like they will ever have to course correct after a wave of people stop watching.

          • Purplerockmatt

            ratings are good, but they are actually way down from last season

          • andythesaint

            I think splitting the group is fine. But not this thin. There’s the group in Alexandria, in Tiger Town, at the Hilltop, with the Saviours, whatever what’s her name and that other dude were doing all this time. Each get their own episode.

            I guess this is just like the divergence after the prison, but those characters were much better defined than these.

            Another issue with Negan and why they need to up the stakes: he had justification to just kill them all after what Rick’s group did first. So to make his eventual defeat feel just, he has to be EVEN WORSE.

          • Alycia Swift

            The biggest issue I have is Negan keeps giving others the opportunity to kill him and they do not. Both Rick and Carl have had Lucille. Take a swing. (I assume if Daryl had it handed to him, he might take a swing.)

          • andythesaint

            The problem there is even if you kill Negan, he still has a never-ending supply of henchmen to deal with. You can kill literally dozens of them an not put a dent in their numbers.

          • Alycia Swift

            The only one that seemed to be an issue is the hench-guy that was at the Hilltop though. Some of the others just might want to escape. And the void in power might cause the “oppressed” to rise up.

          • Maritimer

            I don’t mind splitting the group either, I mind spending so much time on each story and packing filler in. The last probably 3 episodes before Sundays’ (which I haven’t watched) probably could have been put into one jumping between stories.
            I really didn’t need a whole episode for Tara and what’s his name. Or frankly the whole Daryl episode.

          • andythesaint

            Agreed on Darryl. Haven’t even watched the Tara/Heath episode yet. Hard to generate the motivation to.

          • Alycia Swift

            I liked it. But I’m in the minority.

          • Mike Hirsch

            Also, Westworld kind of took up my Sunday night tv-ing.

          • Black Dynamite

            Thoughts on Westworld? I’ve watched all of the first season and mostly loved it.

          • Mike Hirsch

            In the same boat. I kind of wish the first season felt a little more self-contained, but that’s a minor complaint. Jeffrey Wright was particularly great, and I really enjoyed the whole concept of Teddy Flood as a character and James Marsden’s performance. Thandie Newton was awesome, Ed Harris was clearly having a ball, Hopkins was great. Really Logan and Sizemore were the only two characters that seemed like they were mistakenly imported from a much worse tv show.

          • Alycia Swift

            I don’t remember which character was named Sizemore.

            I thought Logan was necessary to help turn William and I liked the actor who played William (I have seen him in other things).

          • Mike Hirsch

            I liked William a lot. Sizemore was the narrative writer. Not a fan.

          • Alycia Swift

            Now I remember. Did not realize what his name was.

          • Alycia Swift

            Ditto.

          • andythesaint

            I enjoyed watching Westworld for most of the season (minus the finale, which mostly bored me). That said, I can’t disagree with any of the criticisms of it. I think they’re valid, they just didn’t bother me (until the end).

          • Alycia Swift

            I got a little bored in the last two episodes before the finale but not the finale. My hubby loved it.

            Anyone watching Dirk Gently from the BBC? I find it hilarious.

          • Black Dynamite

            I felt the finale was 25-30 minutes too long. I like where the show is at the end up at the finale though and interested where they will go with the story next. Also, while some things became clearer, I have some lingering questions about season 1.

          • I quit when they were still at the prison, I think. Or when they were leaving the prison, maybe. Either way, no regrets.

          • Was the second episode the one with Carol and the tiger?

          • Alycia Swift

            Yes.

          • andythesaint

            Yes.

          • I heard really great things about that one.

          • Her blowing up Terminus was pretty awesome.

          • Other Scott

            I used to care so much about that show. Like it was never my favourite or anything but the fact that I watched it live from the very first episode just made it feel like mine in a way.

            I just think they made a bad decision constantly siding with Robert Kirkman in the showrunner kerfuffles, the show was at its best when it deviated from the comics the most.

          • sharculese

            I don’t watch The Walking Dead, but I used to have to go to the main CDC campus as a kid to get my shots because it was free for employees and their families, and I can see how those narrow brick corridors would be great for jump scares.

          • Unfortunately, the CDC was seen as a safe haven…for only a few days.

          • I don’t think they used the actual CDC campus for the location. They went with something that looked more science-y.

          • Sylvisual

            Which is actually a performing arts venue. Lol.

      • Alycia Swift

        I still enjoy the Walking Dead but I read the comics (up until about issue 120). I am behind. Its Fear the Walking Dead that I’m thinking about dropping though I like some of the actors.

        Z Nation is an absolute hoot though. Two words: Bedazzled Zombies.

        • andythesaint

          I gave up the comic after the end of the prison arc. Just didn’t feel compelled to keep reading.

        • Black Dynamite

          I feel you on Fear the Walking Dead. I’m a big fan of Kim Dickens, a wonderful actress. The power of her couldn’t keep me watching the show.

          • Alycia Swift

            I’m a fan of her too from Deadwood (and Sons of Anarchy). I do like the actress playing her daughter.

  • Roswulf

    *Glowers at the entire staff*

    You guys, stop treating Will like some 18-year-old high school student!

    • sharculese

      When he gets to Ponderosa he’s gonna stay up late and drink all the milk he wants. Just don’t tell his mom.

    • sharculese

      In all seriousness, though, I feel really bad for Will because, in five years or so, he’s gonna look back and think, “man, do I wish there was not a whole season of television that recorded what I was like in high school.

      • Roswulf

        On the bright side, very little of this season of television remembers that Will exists (for the nature of Will is a mystery). Last episode will be pretty brutally embarrassing though if he ever gets a smidgen of self-awareness..

        • Out of all the young folks, he could had had a more negative edit. See Hantz, Brandon for that honor.

          • Hornacek

            What are you talking about? Brandon Hantz had a great edit … as long as you only count the scene where he told Ozzy’s tribe to leave Cochran alone after he flipped.

  • EmAndScoutInBK

    I think Bret and Will are not long for this game. The question for me is, can they get Jay to flush his idol on the first vote so that they could take a stab at him on the second? It baffles me that they don’t seem to consider him the most dangerous player in the game – too busy focusing on Zeke and David.

    • Alycia Swift

      That baffles me too. Strategically, probably they were most dangerous but Jay is pretty dangerous that way too. But Jay has the best shot of anyone but now Ken to win immunity. Yes, others have won because the nature of the challenges are endurance/concentration based but that does not mean they will be in the future.

      • I think I saw some hints of a pinball challenge, so who’s going to be our Tommy?

    • andythesaint

      It’s tough to flush Jay’s idol because the side with numbers can’t afford to risk one of their own. It’s the same reason the other side keeps voting for Hannah.

  • StormofCuteness

    Did I miss the leaderboard update or is that new father John’s and thus, I totally understand?
    I feel for you, John!

    • Yes, fatherhood is what’s depriving me of sleep.

    • Just assume that Hector is still kicking butt and you will be fine.

      • I’ll try to post it tomorrow. Failing that, it’ll just get rolled into the update after this week’s episode.

        • No worries. That just means that I automatically win Champions League.

      • Hornacek

        And I’m still dead last in the pick-4. Sunday didn’t win reward, win immunity, or vote the right way at tribal.

        The streak continues!

        • Sneaky Sneaky may break my record. He/she is up at least 15 points already.

        • Roswulf

          It’s thrilling!

          The saga has to end tonight- there’s no way Sunday manages to survive two full boots without picking up a point.

          Right?

  • Sadie

    As usual, I have no clue.
    I kind of feel like Will’s last episode felt like the setup for a fall.

    I will point out that I don’t think this is a double-boot because it’s a pagonging. I think it is based on real, on-island game timing. The players have to go to tribal every day from the next boot to finale. I don’t the schedule has anything to do with how interesting the boots are. Just pure happenstance.

    • Kemper Boyd

      I voted for Will twice for this reason.

    • Black Dynamite

      That made my entire day. The light of Hannah shines everywhere.

      • I am just a little shocked that she got in over the KR characters.