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Too crazy. Help me God, this episode of Survivor was too crazy. It’s a labyrinth within a spiral within a mirrored room within crazy. It’s the “Windmills of Your Mind” of Survivor. It was crazy. Gnarls Barkley “Crazy ” + Patsy Cline “Crazy” + Seal “Crazy” + that Kirsten Dunst movie Crazy/Beautiful (since Hayden is still hot and here). Let’s just break it all down and stop exclaiming “Crazy!” twenty times. But that said: Crazy! Aasvashfasdfh!
1. Caleb’s elimination is a big bowl of southern-fried depression.
I’m sorry, but there must be something slightly disappointing getting on Survivor, the ne plus ultra of reality programming, and fighting for your survival by stacking cards in the sand like a bored child on the Fourth of July. I mean, Big Brother challenges are definitely more physically demanding than that. Project Runway challenges might be more physically demanding than that. Tim Gunn »
- Louis Virtel
At the moment, Survivor: Blood Vs. Water should be called Survivor: Non-Heroes Vs. Non-Villains. Every remaining competitor is playing a low-key game (with the exception of Caleb, whose last-minute blitz on Brad Culpepper during that Tadhana tribal council is still the season’s most shocking move), and so far no one is even planning on anything nefarious or insane (with the exception of Colton, who left the game preemptively on a magic carpet made out of an oversize pink polo shirt).
Sure, Tyson is shoring up some propaganda against Aras, using backhanded remarks to make him look like an unfit teammate in front of his fellow tribesman, but that’s not exactly psychological warfare. We’re at a point where teammates who twitch too suddenly or utter anything suspicious get sent packing, and that was certainly the case on Wednesday’s episode. I hope some loudmouths start commandeering this game soon, »
- Louis Virtel
John Halley was named exec veep and chief operating officer of ad sales for Viacom Media Networks, the cable-networks unit of Viacom, the company said Thursday. He will oversee the company’s pricing and inventory, commercial operations, finance and business intelligence functions across the Viacom Media Networks ad sales linear and digital portfolio.
His portfolio extends from Viacom Media Networks’ Music & Entertainment Ad Sales, which covers the company’s adult-focused brands including MTV, VH1, Cmt, Logo, Comedy Central, TV Land and Spike, to Nickelodeon Group Ad Sales, which covers the Nickelodeon family of brands.
Halley will report to Jeff Lucas, head of sales for Music and Entertainment and Jim Perry, head of sales for Nickelodeon Group. He will report to Rich Eigendorff, chief operating officer of, Viacom Media Networks, on business intelligence. Halley will remain based in the company’s New York headquarters.
Halley joined Viacom in 2007 as senior veep of ad sales finance, »
- Brian Steinberg
3 items from 2013
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