Sometimes, it's tough to be cool. On last night's episode of "Survivor: Caramoan," Alexandria "Allie" Pohevitz found out the hard way. As one of the "cool kids" along with Reynold, Eddie and Hope, Allie never really was shown branching out to some of the other members of her tribe, instead choosing to spend her time with the rest of the popular, pretty people in the water. It ended up costing her dearly.
Still, to go out first on your tribe usually means that you posed somewhat of a threat. In her five days in the game, Allie did show some promise as a real thinker, but ultimately as a fan of the game (or mathematics!), she should have known that an alliance of only four on a tribe of ten wasn't going to cut it. She formed a bond with Reynold, Eddie and Hope, but it wasn't enough, as we saw her torch snuffed last night.
Now, normally I would interview the voted out contestant each week, but this week I had to cancel (my dog needs surgery). So instead, here are links to some interviews with Allie from my favorite Survivor writers on the web (I'll be back on track with my interviews by next week!):
Also, make sure you check out one of my favorite Survivor sites, Survivor Fever. And if you've missed my recent podcasts with XfinityTV's Survivor Insider Gordon Holmes or former Survivor Marty Piombo, check the links below!