January 28, 2001
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dear debb- we're all going to have sex with each other and you're not invited! -kucha

[you're all bitches. -debb]
posted by palegirl (20 comments total)
That's ok - she needed the extra time to plan her upcoming wedding.......to her stepson.

Euw. Euw. Euw.
posted by kristin at 8:42 PM on January 28, 2001

Thank You for not inviting me, too.
posted by ojsbuddy at 9:22 PM on January 28, 2001

Must we discuss survivor here? Though most of the country seems interested in this drivel, some of us have better things to do. Please . . . lets not post a link every time someone gets kicked off.

I reckon I'm gonna get flamed for this, but really - television 'events' like this don't really make for compelling links.
posted by aladfar at 9:30 PM on January 28, 2001

amen aladfar.
posted by ericost at 9:32 PM on January 28, 2001

Word. Looks like they picked the cast based entirely on resemblance to Mena Suvari.
posted by ritualdevice at 9:37 PM on January 28, 2001

I watched. I admit it. I feel dirty for having done so.

I HATE KIMMI DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE. She is so grating you want to change the channel whenever she's speaking. That's a bad thing for a TV show.

Anyway, if the new "active threads" thing works, we won't need a new thread every week, since this one will keep bumping up to the top.
posted by aaron at 9:46 PM on January 28, 2001

I didn't watch it tonight so I don't know if Kimmi is grating or not, but I see that her bio mentions her love of Scrabble so she's ok in my book!
posted by gluechunk at 11:24 PM on January 28, 2001

No, you have to see her in action. The love of Scrabble is not enough in this case.
posted by aaron at 11:29 PM on January 28, 2001

Yeah, she is annoying as hell. I was really hoping she would get voted off first. She better be hitting the road soon.
posted by howa2396 at 11:42 PM on January 28, 2001

If someone begins a thread that involves both John Ashcroft and Survivor, I'll be simultaneously horrified and impressed.
posted by ed at 12:35 AM on January 29, 2001

ed: John Ashcroft, Survivor, the 'W' key, and the election. In ten words or less.
posted by pnevares at 12:42 AM on January 29, 2001

Naaah... American Beauty was on HBO last night. None of these girls look even a *little* like Mena Suvari. Damn I'm glad she's, like, 23, instead of the age she was playing, or I'd feel like a pervert.

Damned fine actor, too.
posted by baylink at 7:20 AM on January 29, 2001

ed: "I hope Ashcroft is the first voted off the island."
posted by bison at 7:21 AM on January 29, 2001

I watched Survivor for the first time last nite. It was about goddam hideous. I was really hoping for a lot more politics and a lot less emotional team games.
Seriously, that was the dumbest show I've seen in a while.
posted by sonofsamiam at 9:09 AM on January 29, 2001

it would be bad strategy [as debb discovered] to start openly targeting the others in the first three days on the island. they have to figure out each others' weaknesses before they can exploit them. also, they get a lot more evil as they get more hungry. just wait...
posted by palegirl at 9:25 AM on January 29, 2001

hoping for a lot more politics and a lot less emotional team games.

Well, I didn't notice the emotional part, but the challenges are one of the more interesting parts of Survivor to me. Maybe it's a repressed longing for more episodes of Double Dare. "We'll take the Physical Challenge!"

The politics are interesting, too, but you can't expect them so soon in the season. These people hardly know each other. It will get more interesting, especially after the tribes merge.
posted by daveadams at 12:07 PM on January 29, 2001

Ok, does anyone else see 'Temptation Island' as the Porno version of Survivor besides me????
posted by tj at 1:02 PM on January 29, 2001

I would say Fox sees it that way.
posted by kindall at 1:11 PM on January 29, 2001

Debb was in my hotel this morning. I first heard her, on the phone with someone, passionately complaining that the premiere show displayed her in a terrible light, and that "everyone who knows [her]" thinks that she is warm, kind, and compassionate, "not manipulative and backstabbing at all!!" It was then that I put the face to the story, and realized who it was.

Later, when I was in the lobby, she was there with her stepson, explaining to him (very patiently, I might add) that it's only to him that there appears to be a problem with his stepson relationship; to everyone else around, they "just look like an ordinary couple who is very much in love."

I was a bit creeped out, and had to run from the lobby to prevent myself from vomiting.
posted by delfuego at 6:05 PM on January 29, 2001

pnevares: "Press W to survive all threads of Ashcroft's insanity."
posted by ed at 11:32 PM on January 29, 2001

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