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Survivor Fans Podcast

Jo Ann and Stacy follow the hit reality show Survivor. Created in 2005, the Survivor Fans Podcast is the oldest running podcast dedicated to Survivor, currently covering Season 46, their 37th season of CBS' hit reality show. Jo Ann and Stacy are your hosts covering episode recaps, fan reactions and predictions.

Feb 28, 2009

This week we interviewed Jerry Simms. He left the game in episode 3 of Survivor Tocantins. A lot of us had high hopes for Jerry, but an unfortunate illness ended his Survivor experience before we ever really got to see him play.

Listen to this interview to hear his thoughts on each of his tribemates, how he was chosen...

Feb 27, 2009

With episode 3, we transition from one combo challenge per episode to separate reward and immunity challenges providing two opportunities for each player to convince their tribe that they can't live without them or make the choice for who to vote for at tribal council much easier.

Erinn appeared to catch another break...

Feb 24, 2009

We've all had time to digest the second episode of Survivor Tocantins, and it's time to see what you thought about it. Ben, Taj and Candace are the three most talked about this week, but all 15 remaining castaways get some airtime as we wrap up the SFP podcast cycle on episode two.

For each episode, we provide 3...

Feb 21, 2009

This week we interviewed Candace Smith. She left the game in episode 2 of Survivor Tocantins. She had a lot to say, and the sparks really flew when we asked her to assess her fellow tribemates.

Listen to this interview to hear her sing the praises of two of her Timbira tribemates and dish the dirt on the rest, find...

Feb 20, 2009

Oh yeah! The challenge in episode 2 was everything we hoped for.

Both tribes provided some fierce gameplay that may result in some lasting resentments. Would you go all out and punish the other tribe in an attempt to win or try to do just enough to get by?

Sandy dodged another bullet, but Sierra seemed at times like...