This is ‘Survivor.’ See you later.” First of all, that was dumb on Gervase’s part, because you’re in front of a Jury being loud and obnoxious and kinda pissing everybody off, but yeah. “Survivor” is way harder physically, but I would say that “Big Brother” is almost harder mentally, because it’s a much longer game. Maybe the married couples or the dating couples because maybe they get in a fight? ” And out of all the couples have it be the mom-and-daughter?The answer to the question is that “Big Brother” didn’t come up a whole lot and it didn’t affect the game hardly at all. It’s almost three times as long and it does wear on you mentally. I think Ciera said it best in the interview going into it, you think, “Would you vote out your loved one if you had to? Water” concluded on Sunday (December 15) night with three hours of episode and live reunion show.
Now is the time to go to Tyson.” But it was too late.Ciera flipped and obviously from then on, we were always one step behind him, but we all knew, “Hey, if we don’t get rid of him, he’s gonna win.” We all knew, except for Gervase and Monica of course. Hit Fix: Now Hayden, it was a lot of fun watching you in those last couple Tribal Councils just moving around like crazy and trying to make ANYTHING happen. When you’re in the middle of it, are you having fun at all, or is it just crazy stressful? Then he sent me home and then he sent me home again. I’m coming back into the game and let’s duel again.” And then he did it again.You have Brad and Monica, they share a bank account, Rupert and his wife.That makes it much easier, because with Kat and I, it’s like, “OK, there’s only one winner,” because we’re not married eventually one of us would have to vote somebody out, so being married makes it a little bit easier. I was super-surprised and kinda got lucky about it. I know that sounds like such a cliche answer, but I think that if you would have lined up all the loved one couples, you would have probably thought, “OK.
So “Big Brother” came up a few times and I would tell people kinda about my experience a little but, but really nobody ever mentioned anything until that Tribal when Gervase said, “This ain’t ‘Big Brother’ blah blah blah blah. There’s no way the mom-and-daughters are going to do this.
But other than that, relationships are tough, regardless. I think every time you play — It’s not like I’ve played 10 times — you just learn so much about yourself and then you think, “OK.
A young relationship, you’re worried about fracturing it or breaking up or damaging the relationship. Here’s what I would do differently next time.” And Tyson got it.
He played a really good game.” Outside the game, I love Tyson.
He’s an awesome dude, so I felt good about giving him a million dollars.
The Week of “Survivor” Exit Interviews begins with Laura Morett and Hayden Moss, who finished sixth and seventh for the season and were eliminated after a Redemption Island Duel in which Tina Wesson outlasted them balancing a vase on a teeter-totter.