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Survivor: Redemption Island 2011
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Survivor: Redemption Island -- From the onset, contestants learn of Redemption Island, a new component that added a new level of strategy to the competition. After being voted out by their respective tribe, castaways would be taken to a secluded area where they’d live on limited food, water and shelter. At Redemption Island, they would duel another recently voted out member for a chance to return to the game. In his fourth expedition, Rob Mariano became the Sole Survivor.
The Survivor: Redemption Island five-disc set includes all 13 episodes and the reunion, plus the following bonus materials:
• Meet the Cast – An introduction to Survivor’s 22nd season contestants
• Exit Interviews - The extended exit interviews held immediately after contestants are voted off the tribe
• Early Show Interviews – Interview with this season’s winner
• Sizzle Reel – Highlights of cast members’ interviews and special insight
• TV Guide Network Special – With a behind-the-scenes look at the season.
• Ponderosa – Features the lives of the contestants after they are eliminated and sequestered
• Secret Deleted Scenes – On select episodes
• Tribal Council Voting – Footage of select contestants
• Additional Interviews – With select contestants
1. You're Looking at the New Leader of Your Tribe
2. You Own My Vote
1. Keep Hope Alive
2. Don't You Work for Me?
3. We Hate Our Tribe
1.Their Red-Headed Step Child
2. It Don't Take a Smart One
3. This Game Respects Big Moves
1.The Buddy System
2. Rice Wars
3. A Mystery Package
1. You Mangled My Nets
2. Too Close For Comfort
1. Seems Like a No Brainer
2. The Reunion
Special Features: Meet The Cast / Exit Interviews / Early Show Interview/Sizzle Reel/TV Guide Network Special/Webseries/Secret Deleted Scenes/Tribal Council Voting/Additional Interviews
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Contentwise - I am surprised at how much I have enjoyed viewing this season a second time. It is near-perfect textbook example of how you play, and how you DON'T play Survivor.
As for the season as a whole, it probably depends on how much you like Boston Rob. I like him, so I liked this season. I've seen a lot of grumbling on forums about how the season was rigged to help him out, but that really wasn't the case. He came into the game with a huge target on his back, and all but two members of his tribe were gunning for him from the start. In response, he either voted those people out or turned them into allies. He played a flawless strategic and social game, which some find boring to watch because there are no real upsets, but I thought there was enough suspense in seeing whether he could maintain that constant control over the game -- especially because the Redemption Island twist threw an extra wrench in the proceedings that he had to maneuver around. By contrast, there's Russell, and I won't spoil it for you, but if you're not a Russell fan, you'll like seeing how it goes for him. The rest of the cast is pretty good too, with three of them returning in later seasons: Andrea, who made a decent showing despite being thrown under the bus by her dumb ally Matt; Special Agent Phil Shepherd and his pink underpants, who was best described by Rob: "He's not as crazy as he's pretending to be. He is a little bit crazy though"; and poor Francesca/Francqueska/Francesqua who was fun but doomed. Other underrated players who would probably do well if they were to return were Stephanie (she was Russell, but in young, cute girl form), Ashley (a challenge beast), David (a good strategist but on the wrong side of the numbers, and Ralph (actually Ralph was a terrible player, but very likeable, so bring back Ralph!) All-in-all a good season, especially for Rob fans -- or Phil fans for that matter -- but probably not a Top Ten of the series.
Rest assured, I'm NOT angry about the discrepancy itself, but just confused as to how to resolve it.