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Re-Air: Interview with Joe Del Campo from ‘Survivor’

This week, we wanted to revisit the most jaw-dropping interview we’ve ever done from the Fauxworthy Podcast days. … Taylor Gaines is joined by Ty Commons and “Survivor” castaway Joe Del Campo to talk about navigating his way through a season with people who were decades younger than him, eating too much after his fatal reward win, the intensity and sometimes hilarity of his FBI days, and learning how to love life in the face of tragedy.

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“Survivor” returns Feb. 20.

Original Air Date: Aug. 1, 2017

Re-Air: Original Interview with Michelle Schubert from ‘Survivor’

The “Survivor” crew unites to welcome another very special guest to the show! This time, it’s Michelle Schubert from Season 33, Millenials V. Gen-X.

Taylor, Levi, Ty, Jordan and Michelle have a wide-ranging conversation covering what has stuck with her from the experience, Michelle’s interesting TV-watching habits, how she felt about the way she was presented on TV, whether final tribal was predetermined, what really happened when the cyclone hit the island and whether she thought about quitting.

They also discuss what it’s like being a Christian on the island, some divine intervention from early in the game, the most common reason people reject her message and being a woman on the internet.

Finally, they move into the rapid-fire round, asking important questions like “cupcake or muffin,” whether time exists, whether she’s ever had any medieval diseases, what if you woke up and everything was different, calling versus texting, her favorite Bible translation, and her daily motivational reminder.

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“Survivor” returns Feb. 20.

Original Air Date: Fall 2016

Bonus: “Natural Selection S1E4: Monsters, Inc.”

This week, with “Survivor” Season 37 in the books, a special preview of the new podcast “Natural Selection.”

On this episode, Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons take a trip into Monstropolis for the 2001 film “Monsters, Inc.”

They talk about how one of Pixar’s cutest characters was born a 30-year-old-man, the “Beautifully-Shaded Penny Problem,” the number of hairs on Sully’s body and debate which characters would make modern-day memes. They also label Mike as “problematic,” discuss their favorite deodorant flavors and see where the movie falls in the Natural Selection rankings.

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“Survivor” returns Feb. 20.

Michelle Schubert on the Finale of Season 37 (‘David vs Goliath’ Week 13)

Taylor Gaines is joined by Tyler B. Commons and “Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen-X” cast member Michelle Schubert to celebrate the season finale of “Survivor: David vs. Goliath.” They talk through the entire three-hour episode, breaking down the Final Six and determining whether the show truly stuck the landing after its hot start. They also offer their last Power Rankings of the year, and the boys surprise Michelle with an affirmative answer she’s long asked for. 

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Jessica McKenna Joins to Preview the Finale (‘David vs Goliath’ Week 12)

Taylor Gaines is joined by Tyler B. Commons and Off Book’s Jessica McKenna to wrap their brains around everything from Season 37 in advance of next week’s finale. They talk about the surprising reinvigoration of “Survivor,” the confusing exit of a fan favorite and make their rankings for the Final Six. They also discuss whether Jess has ever applied for “Survivor,” internet trolls and an amazing family heirloom that Taylor unearthed this week. 

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