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have two women fighting over food.
PREDICTION TIME: ( 0-1 last week, 2-1
overa record) - Last week, the
unthinkable happened: My prediction
was wrong! I cautiously chose the annoy-
ing "masturbation trash-talking" Kimmi
from Kucha. But I was way off, because
Kucha won immunity and Ogakor "let
the dogs out" by voting off Maralyn.
But never fear, I may get a 2.0 in
school, but I get a 4.0 in Survivor rumors.
BAD NEWS FOR RODGER: According to
survivorsucks.com, Rodger has been
sighted in New York (he's from
Kentucky). He might be in New York to
go on CBS' Early Show on Friday (where
the latest castaway appears). Also,
Rodger is an extreme liability in chal-
lenges, as seen last week. But at the same
time, a Cincinnati paper says Rodger lost
a lot of weight on the show. Could he lose
20 pounds or so in 12 days?
Also, the L.A. Times reported that
when the tribes merge, males will have
an advantage (say six men to four
women). With three episodes until the
merger, that means that two women and
only one male get the boot.
I'll stick with a guy this week - Keith
or Rodger. Keith saves himself by creat-
ing a new Australian delicacy - spider a
la mode - while Rodger is kicked off for
being old, then sues CBS for age dis-
- Mark Francescutti can be reached
THE USUAL SUSPECTS
Who's going tocg0eon a scale of
one to tive torches
Keith - The chef is the
only 0 akor member
not in Jerri's evil
alliance. Uh oh.
Mitchell - He's tiring
quickly and may not be
able to make it through
Tina - After betraying
Maralyn, Jerri may
decide her alliance
doesn't need another
Rodger - He is an
extreme liability in
challenges despite his
friendship with Liz.
Kimmi - Could you
stand listening to her
annoying voice for
more than nine days?
Nick - Viewed as a
target by Jeff and Alicia,
and as alazy bum by
And he goes to Harvard.
I Prediction record: (2-1) Correct: Debb, Kel - Incorrect: Marilyn
Survivor sleuth prediction: Kucha goes to tribal council so Rodger goes home.
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