The white collar tribe embraces nature, the blue collar tribe plays some ball, and all hell breaks loose on the no collar tribe. Luckily for the blue collar tribe, shooting hoops will be part of the combined reward/immunity challenge and what was a whim decision (shooting coconuts into baskets for fun) may turn out to be great practice for the challenge. On the no collar tribe Nina loses it, and Jenn, Vince, and Joe work on their interpersonal relationships. This is our weekly look at which contestants have a shot at making it through to next week. Our Survivor: Worlds Apart probabilities and predictions below. READ MORE
Once again the lawyers win the leg. Will anyone be able to stop these two? Blair and Hayley continue to entertain us with their antics and Laura and Tyler make a big move. We're also sad to see CJ and Libby go as they were such good sports about their predicament. Straight from the laboratories of Stocking Blue, our weekly look at the happenings of the previous episode and our highly scientific power ranking of The Amazing Race contestants. READ MORE
There were two big events this week: the Conservative Political Action Conference and Hillary Clinton's use of a private email account for state department business. Hillary's scandals seem to be mounting just as she plans to announce her candidacy. But assuming they do, who would be the likely Democrat to take her place. Even though Elizabeth Warren has an active group of supporters urging her to run, she herself is not very keen on the idea. Which leaves us with Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Jim Webb who is starting to get some media attention. This week's installment of the "United States Presidential Candidates Power Rankings" sees Elizabeth Warren holding on to the top spot. This week's roundup below. READ MORE
Kevin brings the quotes once again and Robert and Mark lose their cool. Daymond and Lori make a really bad investment and they so not even see it. Straight from the laboratories of Stocking Blue, our weekly look at the happenings of the previous episode and our highly scientific power ranking of the Shark Tank investors. READ MORE
"Social Q's" is Philip Galanes's advice column in the New York Times. Every Tuesday in Anti-Social Q's, I will answer the same questions as "Social Q's," with a greater regard for the sad state of the human condition.
This week Philip focuses on degrees of maturity. Someone wants to get together with a long lost love, a man listens in on a perverted conversation and is dying to join it, a woman has yet to mature, and someone wonders what they should say about a former employer to a fair weather friend.
Amidst all the slipping and sliding on and off the ice, this episode also delivered some truly classic moments. From Libby and CJ falling victim to production's latest "bright" idea to Ashley and Bergen trying to figure out a puzzle box. READ MORE