The Purple Rock Survivor podcast: San Juan del Sur, episode 3- “Actions vs. Accusations”

We’re digging deep this week to come up with the answers to the questions everyone is asking: Is Josh actually a good player? How many times can Baylor get votes and still stay in the game? Should the orange tribe have voted off Rocker? And what the hell is going on at the blue tribe?

Purple Rock Survivor podcast: San Juan del Sur- episode 3

(A quick aside here: A lot of people suggested Jaclyn almost blew the plan to vote out Rocker. No. We saw her being approached by Rocker with an offer to vote out Dale. If anything, her talking about cracks within the male alliance might have helped keep Rocker from playing the idol.)

We engage in some wild speculation as to the dynamics of the rarely-seen blue tribe, and talk about the dominant alliance we think exists in that tribe. We also discuss whether our baseless speculation about what’s going on with that tribe’s alliances would be a first in Survivor history.

As always, we induct someone into the Zero Percent Club, discuss the Quitter Power Rankings, and make predictions for next week. We even offer Survivor some helpful suggestions for athletes that they could cast that would be worse than Rocker.

As always, we welcome your feedback either here or on one of the many other avenues you can reach us (especially Twitter: @purplerockpod or gmail: purplerockpodcast). Thanks for listening!

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  • As Canadian Thanksgiving comes to an end (or as we call it here in Canada, Thanksgiving) I had to comment on this podcast.

    Regarding the discussion of Rudy and Richard’s relationship on Borneo, someone on that season (I can’t remember who) remarked that Richard and Rudy were acting like a couple – Richard was “the man” who went out and caught food, who brought it home to Rudy, “the woman” who would cook it and make the meal for everyone. it was an interesting dynamic that probably both of them were not aware of.