And I thought Ghost Island was predictable.
@Ivanornels You can. Being a great character is not about being a great player. Noura is a horrible player, but she is a great character, for instance. Aras, Yul, Denise and Sarah all have their memorable moments. Don't know about Michele, though. I have to rewatch Kaoh Rong, but she was also a pretty bland character, which did not prevent her from being a pretty decent winner, albeit being one of the lesser ones.
Sarah Lacina was under the radar but she was not a "hero" or "one of the good ones", she was a back-stabbing villain (not complaining).
Tommy had his moments too. Almost every player in Survivor history has their moments even first boots, but Survivor clearly has a hard time effectively editing the types of gameplay of the winners I listed which is why people hate on them for "being boring" or "giving bad confessionals" or sometimes just even existing.
My problem with Tommy is not really with Tommy, but with other contestants, who did not make the game harder for him.
Depends on how you look at it. Tommy was on a level playing field as everyone else playing their first time, so I can have more sympathy for that than Rob running circles around the Redemption Island players. Just like with other players like Brian and Kim where it seemed like he was playing at a level above the rest. However, Tommy still had other worthy opponents. Had Lauren beaten Dean in the firemaking, perhaps she beats Tommy at the end. We'll never know but that appears to be the feeling from post season interviews and other press.
Yea, I realized that previous winners had a hard time winning and getting to the end, like Denise and Chris, those are the two that stand out to me the most.
I don't think anyone else will do what Denise did: going to every Tribal Council and still winning the game. Plus the one immunity she won she didn't need.
Wasn't that predictable.
Yea, Denise was incredible. Being immune only once just proves she had a good social game.
Tommy had moments too. Remember when Lauren and Tommy were deciding which chicken should they slaughter, the black one or the red one? Tommy jokingly said "definitely not the red one".
What do you think?