This episode — with special guest Annie Scott — features the formation of Banana Land, a father with a penchant for metaphor, a grad student trying to solve the big problems and Peyton Manning’s extended family. Christian has a bone to pick with the “Midwest,” Sophia gets really into guerrilla marketing, and Taylor puts Smokey Robinson on blast. Plus, Annie brings a game that tests everyone’s knowledge of brand jingles (and their musical abilities).
This episode features frat guys attempting improv comedy, a jingoistic car dealership and Scraggles the Zombie Cat. Sophia discusses “Islamic residuals,” Christian talks about buying two cars welded together, and Taylor unveils ‘The Hollywood Development Game’ — which quickly makes him lose his mind.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons are joined by their other co-host, Michelle Schubert, to take stock of an all-time “Survivor” season. They talk about Tony’s potential GOAT status, Sarah’s showcase, Michele’s survival, the “Edge” advantage, and so, so much more. Michelle (with two “Ls”) also shares some insights into returning home from “Survivor” and rice portions.
Stay tuned until the end for an announcement about the future of the podcast.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons prepare for the final battle in “Winners at War,” dissecting the strangely anticlimactic penultimate episode, the purpose of fire tokens, what “Survivor” has gained and lost over the years, and much more. They also rank the remaining contestants in their final Power Rankings.
Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons return to make sense of a chaotic episode of “Winners at War.” They try to figure out how the vote shook out the way it did, what Jeff finds interesting about the show and how badly they want some peanut butter. They also break down each of the seven remaining castaways.