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Here at Gold Derby, our Editors often engage in lively battles and strong disagreements over who's out front to win reality TV and awards shows. That's why it's so strange to see Editor Matt Noble and I actually in agreement for once. When it comes to the current 29th season of "Survivor: San Juan del Sur," we both think that 20-year-old Baylor Wilson, a student at Belmont University, has what it takes to be the ultimate Survivor and win the $1 million prize. If Baylor does claim victory, she will join the ranks of only 12 other female winners. Compare that total to the 16 male winners who've won and it's clear women are outnumbered on the list of who's outwitted, outplayed and outlasted over the past 28 seasons. (See our complete photo gallery of past "Survivor" winners below.) -Break- Psst: Here's how to predict reality TV shows and win bragging rights And prizes! »
Let's address the 800-lb. gorilla in the room... Hatchet County has Nothing to do with Adam Green's Hatchet franchise. Instead this is a beast of a different kind that's trying to make the same kind of impression.
The year is 1869, and Hell has scratched its way into post-Civil War Virginia. Murder's become common talk, and fear crushes the region. With hope and morality slipping from the inhabitants of Hatchet County, they call on a rogue legion of heroes to drive the evil back to where it came.
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- Steve Barton
This episode was loaded with big moments -- tearful goodbyes, weepy flashbacks, rollercoaster plot twists, and more than one character was sent packing. In truth, the body count was pretty damn high. Given we had so much to digest, I'm not sure I felt the feels I was expecting. Too often I felt as if I was cued by the music to register, "Now Feel Some Epic Sad, Dammit," before the plot whirled on to other matters. Anyway, one of the epic sads (more or less) was Nadia's untimely passing due to Tyler's hybrid bite. I got the impression that there were probably more flashbacks before the script was rewritten (just a guess), because the ones we did get felt too short to really tell us anything we didn't already know. Hey, she's looking for her mom! And, again, she's looking for her mom! Hey Matt, I'm looking for my mom! »
- Liane Bonin Starr
3 items from 2014
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