Survivor Dish

The Dishchicks do Survivor! All the dish on Survivor: China. We can dish it. Can you take it?

Monday, September 24, 2007

Episode 2 Non-Spoiling Preview

Call me crazy, I think James might just take this one. ;) His muscles have muscles. Hallelujah.

Here's what the nice, hardworking folks from CBS would like us all to know:

THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT

"My Mom Is Going To Kill Me!" – The castaways get physical as mud flies and tops are ripped off...
    ***OK, I'm gonna go out on a limb here and guess that Ashley (the wrestler chick) is either the ripper or the rippee. Perv-Cam likes her boobs way too much for it to be any other way. one of the most physical and dirtiest challenges in Survivor history. A vulnerable castaway believes she’s received a gift from God. The second person is voted off the island, on SURVIVOR: CHINA, Thursday, Sept. 27 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.


ZHAN HU TRIBE: Dave Cruser, Jaime Dugan, Erik Huffman, Peih-Gee Law, Sherea Lloyd, Ashley Massaro, Chicken Morris (1st Voted Off), Frosti Zernow

FEI LONG TRIBE: Jean-Robert Bellande, James Clement, Todd Herzog, Amanda Kimmel, Denise Martin, Leslie Nease, Aaron Reisberger, Courtney Yates


Blogger Cliff O'Neill said...

They always have those slop challenges!!

4:36 PM  
Blogger Evel Girl said...

James definitely is ten up in the muscle department. I would be soooo mad if I was stuck with one top and someone ripped it off. There is only so much you can cover with that bandana thing if you are blessed/cursed with big breasts. I would be trying to make Survivors first bamboo bra.

5:32 PM  
Blogger Deb in WA said...

Carolyn, I'm cracking up over your prediction that Ashley will be the ripper or rippee. After watching previews of next weeks episode, I groaned and mumbled about how I'd predicted that we were going to be seeing ALOT more of the castaways than we'd probably like-LOL!! I'm thinkin' Sherea was down to her bra and unders the first day so she's a shoe in for flashing, but the other gals are none too outfitted for this activity either.

Might I say, however, that of all the guys that showed up in their skivvies for the first challenge James looked particularly good sporting his black boxer briefs. My goodness he's nice to look at!

5:49 PM  
Blogger Carolyn said...

evel girl - hehehe. i'd be right behind ya there. hmm.. bamboo underwire.. doesn't sound too comfy.

deb in wa - good point about sherea...

6:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bamboo bras...LOL! Where's a good underwire cocoa nut, when you need one, huh?

And I coulda gone another nine months without hearing about *slop*... but I had surgery yesterday - and guess what I'm eating??? They gave me good drugs though... so I'm delusionally calling my slop, pate'.

And do tell... what's up with our Survivors having "just the clothes on your back"? Are they going to have to "earn" clothing?

Guess we're back to bamboo....?


7:27 PM  
Blogger Carolyn said...

sts - surgery... yucko... i'm glad you're feeling well enough to come play with us! :) 3 cheers for good post op meds!

7:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi(gh) (t)here Carolyn! What are you doin' up this late? ...non-BBT that is.

How are your bike rides these days? And your Mom? Enjoying the days a little more - without all the daily /hourly pressure?

This years Survivor is going to be a lot more fun with your blog! I'm so glad you're doing it!

Now, Cliff's here, Evel Girl, Deb in Wa... but where's Tella?


7:58 PM  
Blogger Carolyn said...

sts - :) I'm getting used to the freedom! lol. I had an amazing ride on sunday... here's some more reading material for ya: MyBigFatBlog


8:15 PM  
Blogger kathyg722 said...

Clothing is going to be interesting this season.:)

Remote Tendencies

8:53 AM  
Anonymous Tella said...


I'm here. ;-)

I haven't been on many blogs since the wrap up from last week's BB. I'm preparing for a Eurotrip but my oldest kitty is ailing and I need to take her for an Ultrasound tomorrow so my mind has been all over the place.

I also had no clue that there was so much chatter in between shows on Survivor. After all there are no Live Feeds... what could people talk about all week long? But I see that this site is busy. I'll now bookmark it and make a daily visit to check in. I am a reality show freak... favorite being BB due to LF and now BBAD. Otherwise I am a sucker for... Survivor, Bachelor/ette, The Amazing Race, and a couple of others.

I'm curious...

Where do you all live? I know a couple, obviously, from their names?

I'm from West LA... also known as WLA (but that reminds me of a certain AP person. ;-0)

11:44 AM  
Blogger Evel Girl said...

Tella- I am from Omaha NE.

2:51 PM  
Anonymous Tella said...


I am curious about your state. Is it really cold winter time? I ended up in sunny California for a reason after escaping the dark and cold Swedish winters... have loved living in LA... but now quality of life is not what it has been due to traffic and cost of living. Easier said than done to move... but I am tempted. Just don't know where to. :-?.

I took the Greyhound from NYC to Calif when first moving here. That was 72 hours non stop. Ouch. Very interesting though... lots of states passed through.

Anybody who would truly recommend a state to live in out there? Just curious.

4:08 PM  
Blogger Carolyn said...

i'm in florida :) hehe.

in case you haven't noticed yet, i removed comment moderation from this site... it's a much more intimate setting, so i'll keep it off as long as it stays that way... and that way, you wont have to wait on me to moderate, and you can talk a bit more easily.

here's hopin'

4:18 PM  
Blogger Evel Girl said...

Tella- It is freezing in the winter. There are days when you'd be lucky to see -5 degrees for a high. But it is wonderful having all four seasons. I've lived in Arizona and Florida and it was hard for me to get used to the warm weather all the time. Christmas was odd with no snow.

7:48 PM  
Blogger Beth & Eric said...


(I thought it was funny when they just pulled Ashley through the mud like she was a little kid on her Daddy's ankles!)

9:26 PM  
Blogger Beth & Eric said...

I live in downtown Baltimore, Maryland, in a quaint/historical area called Fells Point. I grew up in the suburbs near Annapolis, Maryland... Went to college in the panhandle of Texas...

9:29 PM  
Anonymous Tella said...


Couldn't deal with the humidity. How do you do it Carolyn?

From what I know of Maryland there are many lovely places... spent some time outside DC. Never been to Baltimore. Should check it out. Have a feeling the climate may be similar to Toronto or Ottawa where I have lived as well.


Have heard Austin is great.


I agree with the seasons and sunny warm Christmas time... it was very odd since I grew up with snow around that time of the year. Don't think I could deal with that COLD though. :Sigh:.

Anybody from Colorado, Montana or Idaho out there? Is it very cold wintertime as well?

Thanks for 'playing along'.


11:47 PM  
Blogger Beth & Eric said...

tella ~ Yes, Austin is the only "cool" city in Texas! I was out in Lubbock where it's dry & flat. I won't mention anything about Crawford, ha ha!

Maryland is a great state -- it's like a little America with mountains, beach, farms, cities, suburbs. I like it. I like the water most of all! It does get too cold for me here though. Brrr! I'm gonna miss Summer!

10:07 AM  
Blogger Deb in WA said...

Tella, I'd vote for my own Washington state and not just because I'm biased. Because I was a Vietnam Era Vet and did a seond tour in the good ole US Army, I've lived all over the states and Europe, including the LA/Hollywood area for a few years. What I missed wherever I lived, with the exception of Germany, was all 4 seasons.

Now, I'm in Central/Eastern WA and with emphysema it's the worse place to live for me because it does get quite hot here in the summer (95-105°) and quite cold in the winter (it can get below 0° but usually hovers around the 30-40's). If you like it hot, come here. If not head to the Spokane area. They get more snow than we do or the West coasties do, but the Westies really have to put up with alot of rain (like the Portland area, where I also lived for 11 years).

It's one of the most important decisions someone has to make so good luck with it.

11:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

buy generic levitra
In the initial period, various benefits of levitra were not known but with the passage of time, profeesionals figure out various benefits related to it.
[url=]levitra drug[/url]
Levitra can also perform all the functions which the drug Viagra performs. - levitra pharmacy
But it is highly recommended that you use this drug under the expert guidance or only after the doctor advice.

5:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

7:13 PM  
Anonymous first time beastiality stories said...

``How about theft of government property, kid. FineZiggy, but if they are doing it you promise not to doanything stupid.
true sister sex stories
women spanking men stories
free lolita sex stories
free illustrated sex stories
sex stories true forbidden
``How about theft of government property, kid. FineZiggy, but if they are doing it you promise not to doanything stupid.

4:35 AM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home