Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons return to preview a brand new group of castaways for “Survivor: Edge of Extinction.” They discuss the season’s mysterious theme, profile each of the 18 players, and make their official Final Three and winner picks.
Taylor Gaines is joined by Reality Blurred‘s fearless leader, Andy Dehnart, to take stock of the television show ‘Survivor’ prior to its upcoming season. They talk about the surprising success of ‘David vs. Goliath,’ their fears surrounding ‘Edge of Extinction,’ and just how long they think the show can go.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons are joined by Season 37’s Carl Boudreaux for their first postseason interview of the winter. Carl talks frankly about his season versus previous ones, why he thinks he was cast on the show, how easy it is to get drunk on “Survivor,” and how he feels about his edit. They also address Jeff’s comments about his downfall, the real-life Angelina, his rivalry with Elizabeth, how his signature move came together, representation on “Survivor,” and life lessons you can learn from “The Bachelor.”
Another fun episode to revisit in the midst of the “Survivor” mini-offseason — our first interview with castaway Libby Vincek!
On this episode, Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons cover everything from Wendell’s seasons with the Queen of Ponderosa, from his power relationship with Dom to Laurel holding steady to Wild Card Donathan. Interesting insights to revisit in view of how the final vote turned out. They also talked with Libby about living at Ponderosa, being on TV, mentally breaking down on the island, and (*2018 ALERT*) determined once and for all whether it was Yanny or Laurel.
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.