Sep 22, 2009
The first episode of Survivor Samoa is behind us, and it's time
to see what you thought about it. There were definitely some
contrasting views in the mix. Did your "first impressions" change
or were you surprised at how accurate they were?
For each episode, we provide 3 podcasts: an episode recap, an interview with the castoff and a chance for Survivor fans like yourself to sound off on what you saw and how you think the castaways are fairing in the game. Twenty four fans just like you shared their thoughts on episode 1 and predictions for what we'll see next.
We want to thank and acknowledge everyone who contributed to a great LF show. This week we heard from: John, Windy-Ty-guy-and-Erica, Shelley, Mikeybear, Ste, Ted, Samantha, Doug, Liz, Ian, Clifton, Jaimes, Drew, Taz, Susan, Tim, Paul, Kathy, MikeK, Carolyn, Drew, Mike, Chris and Kimberly.
Need to contact us? We've got several ways you can reach out with a question or comment. You can call and leave a voicemail at: 206-350-1547. You can record an audio comment and attach it or just type up a quick text message and send it to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lastly, there's a link for comments on the web page here. You can click that link and post your thoughts out there for everyone to see.
The new version of Ancient Voices for this season is available
00:05 Ancient Voices Samoa by Russ Landau
02:52 John from Houston
04:44 Windy, Ty-guy and Erica from South Dakota
05:42 Shelley from Australia
07:15 Mikeybear from Hackensack, NJ
09:53 Ste from Tennessee
13:23 Ted from Everett, WA
14:18 Samantha from California
16:25 Doug from Fort Worth
19:56 Liz from New York
21:39 Ian from Ottawa
24:19 Clifton from Houston
28:45 Jaimes from ?
29:56 Drew from Utah
32:33 Taz from Louisiana
34:10 Susan from ?
35:52 Tim from Georgia
38:49 Paul from Louisiana
40:23 Kathy from Reisterstown, MD
42:43 MikeK from SoCal
46:04 Carolyn from the Beautiful Bronx
49:28 Drew from NJ
54:40 Mike from Utah
57:19 Chris from Alabama
60:04 Kimberly from Tokyo
66:20 Ancient Voices Samoa by Russ Landau