May 12, 2006
Did you enjoy getting to see the extra reward challenge?
Do you think it would have been against the rules if Danielle and Terry had agreed that whoever got the votes in Tribal Council could play the hidden immunity idol?
Are you disappointed that we never saw the hidden immunity idol played?
Did you think it was worth a cliffhanger episode?
Well, it's sort of hard to complain too much when you end up getting more of your favorite show, huh?
Other than learning that Aras is also guaranteed final 3 with
Terry, there was no real change to the Gitanos tribe at the end of
episode 13: Aras, Cirie, Danielle, and Terry
Here's the jury: Austin, Sally, Bruce, Courtney, and Shane
Names in italics indicate a member of the pre-merge La Mina tribe
Stacy's prediction for final four order was: Aras, Cirie,
Danielle, and Terry for the win. So that's pretty much out the door
now. Jo Ann went with: Danielle, Cirie, Aras and Terry. Her's might
still materialize. How'd you do with your picks?
We were left with a bit of "blah" reaction after this episode given that no one was voted out. It felt like we were denied once again. We decided to leave it up to you as to whether we would try to squeeze in one more Listener Feedback show or a conference call like we did last season before the finale on Sunday.
We want to hear what you thought about the cliffhanger episode, and especially those final four picks. If we get enough responses before Saturday at 5pm PST, we'll assemble another LF show that night. Otherwise, we'll respond to emails and comments on the website and wait till we really get to see who wins it all on Sunday.
We've got several ways you can join in and participate. You can call and leave a voicemail at 206-350-JASS(5277). You can record an audio comment and send it to us via email at email@example.com. With either of those options, we can include your audio directly into the special Listener Feedback shows.
You can also send us your input in an email, and we'll read it into the show when we record. Lastly, there's a link for comments on the web page here. You can click that link and post your thoughts out there for everyone to see.
Both songs this week are dedicated to Aras. His actions stood in
stark contrast to his "lifelong" commitment to peace and love so we
thought it was appropriate to break out some Buddha Nature to
center him. The outro is dedicated to his gastro-intestinal
demonstrations after he returned from the reward challenge. He sure
must feel comfortable around Cirie. Here's a link to the artists in
case you want to learn more about them.
Where Has the Heart of Man Gone by Buddha Nature
If Farts Were Made of Superball Stuff by Lynn Jullian