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TONIGHT'S SUSPECTS Whosgoingto*goon a scale of
oto five torchesonasaeo
Prediction record: (2-2)
Last week's prediction:
Rodger (incorrect)
Survivor sleuth predic-
tion: Between Kimmi
and Alcia -- place your
T bets on the annoy ng
Kimmi (Kucha) - She Alicia (Kucha) - CBS pre-
doesn't like meat, every- views hint that Kimmi wiii
one else in her tribe does. get kicked off. CBS pre
Sounds like trouble. views are very misleading.
1) Two women will get kicked off in the next two episodes: The L.A.
Times reported that males have an advantage entering the merger.
Currently there are six men (Keith Colby, Michael, Jeff, Nick and Rodger)
and six women (Tina, Jerri, Amber. Kimmi, Liz and Alicia). Two women -
need to go to make it 6-4.
2) Kucha goes to tribal council tonight: Photographic evidence of a tribal
council photo from tonight shows seven torches (Kucha has seven members
to Osakor's five)
3) Liz is not going to get kicked off: She's too good looking.


toniht ETA
o~ iotws 'gs val etheir lives just as
much as vou and I value
ours So please don't eat
them! Call or write to PETA fori-e ani-
mal-f-iendv, vegetalan recipes.
-- Warinng message on PETA sO !bsite.
The food fight is on, and sausages,
ham and bacon are the main course.
People for the Ethical Treatment of
Animals the national organization of
wacko people who refuse to eat animal
products, has spread its protesting wrath
upon CBS producer Mark Burnett for
Survivor 11 contestant Michael Skupin's
slaughtering of a pig on last week's show.
"If Mark Burnett and CBS orchestrat-
ed this act by placing a tame pig on the
scene, or separating a wild pig from her
family group by helicopter or otherwise,
or baiting or corralling this pig so she
could be attacked," a PETA press release
said. "Burnett and CBS and others on the
set are also likely to have violated the
criminal code."
So Michael killed a pig -he was hun-
gry. Besides, if you were spending your
time with annoying "masturbation-talk-
er" Kimmi, you would want to kill some-
thing too.
PETA can complain about a little
charred sausage, but it better watch out
for a counterattack. Did you know that
instead of eating harmless hamburgers
(well, not McDonald's Quarter
Pounders), PETA takes its aggression on
poor innocent lettuce and cucumbers?

611 Church St. 662-8800

Doesn't PETA know that vegetables
have feelings too? I sat in my garden talk-
ing to my tomato plants for weeks, and
they grew because of the personal atten-
tion. So there. Stop killing plants PETA,
you murderers!
Trilogy: If you enjoy diabolical back-
stabbing and long walks in treacherous
jungles, it's time to apply for the third
installment of Survivor.
CBS is now accepting applications
(with an April deadline) for the third and
fourth installments of its hit series. You
can print out the 11-page application at
The next two Survivor shows could
take place in the Amazon and Africa.
views, it looks like Alicia and Kimmi are
going to get into a catfight. Also, one of
the castaways is not cleaning herself too
well. Hmmn sounds like a smelly situa-
tion. The tribes will battle in a "triage"
emergency situation for the reward chal-
lenge. Members of each tribe gill have to
find a hurt teammate and cany him or
her by stretcher for victory.
But for some reason, Kucha chooses
Jeff to be the princess in distress. While
Jeff acts like a stuck-up princess, it would
make a lot more sense to try and cariy

In one of the most exciting tribal councils yet, former Price is Right contes-
tant Mitchell fell to Keith in a second tiebreaker - Mitchell had more votes
(1-0) in previous councils. Meanwhile, Tina earns the second "Backstabber
award of the week" after betraying Mitchell (she's turning into Jerri)
Reward challenge: Kucha wins two
chickens and a rooster.
Immunity challenge: Kucha wins
Votes against Mitchell (3): Colby, -
Keith, Tina
Votes against Keith (3): Amber,
Mitchell. Jerri
Tiebreaker: Mitchell loses (1-0) Mitche was Backst wbe


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80-pound Elizabeth.
CBS released no information about
the immunity challenge, called "Maze"
in previews. My guess is they throw all
the Survivors in a rat-like maze with wild
alligators. Mike will try to kill one and
then a PETA official will be sianding
there ready with a subpoena.
PREDICTION FUME: (0-1 last week, 2-2
overall record) - Ok, so I was wrong for
the second time in a row. Listen, light-
ning strikes twice and somehow two
Bushes got in the Oval Office. But this
week, things are looking good.
Thanks to photographic evidence
showing an aeriai view of tonight's tribal
council, Kucha will win immunity -
there are seven torches in the photo and
Kucha has seven members (Ogakor has
Also, thanks to intormation trom an
LA Times article, a woman has to get the
boot tonight.
So that leaves Kimmi, Liz and Alicia.
In a recent article, Liz (the hot one) told
ESPN that the first thing she asked her
boyfriend, Boston College quarterback
Tim Hassleback, when she got back after
filming was "Did you beat Notre
Dame?" The Boston College-Notre
Dame game was Nov. I 1 ---- or day 20 of
Survivor - tonight's episode takes place
on days 13, 14 and 15. If Liz was kicked
off before Nov. I I she would have knoVn
who won the game.
Look for it to come down to Alici:i and
Kimmi on Kucha. I'll take the annoying
Kimmi atain this time.
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