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18 Dec 18
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AFTER 39 DAYS, ONE CASTAWAY WILL TAKE HOME THE $1 MILLION DOLLAR PRIZE AND EARN THE TITLE OF SOLE SURVIVOR, ON THE TWO-HOUR SEASON FINALE, FOLLOWED BY THE ONE-HOUR LIVE REUNION SHOW, OF “SURVIVOR,” WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19

18 Dec 18
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18 Dec 18
Alan Haber's Pure Pop Radio

By Alan Haber – Pure Pop Radio It’s that time of year again, when bells ring and chime and catchy, melodic Christmas songs form the soundtrack of our lives. We’ve got more classic Christmas songs to tell you about today as part of our Holly Jolly Christmas Party; don’t forget to follow us all week […]

18 Dec 18
super world indie tunes

Well, it’s that time of year again when we choose the best of the best, and serve up our Super 70 for 2018, picked from the literally billions of songs we have listened to and, in many ways, have listened to us. Here’s the first batch of bitchin’ tunes that melted our spoons. The BV’s […]

18 Dec 18
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18 Dec 18
Monsters and Critics

Some possible Survivor spoilers have been posted on social media — which could be a potentially huge bombshell for the show. With the Survivor season finale set to air on Wednesday night, it looks like there could be a lot of drama set to take place. The information was posted on Twitter from a source […]

17 Dec 18
PEOPLE.com

This fall the Monkees released ‘Christmas Party,’ an exuberant (and occasionally eccentric) collection of classic carols and new additions to the pop Christmas canon, penned by bonafide rock legends like REM guitarist Peter Buck, Andy Partridge of XTC, and Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo

17 Dec 18
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17 Dec 18
GoldDerby
On Wednesday, December 19 the final chapter will be written in one of the most compelling seasons of “Survivor” ever. This Biblically themed season initially saw 10 overachieving Goliaths take on 10 underdog Davids. After a harrowing penultimate episode that saw the robotic scientist Christian Hubicki get shafted from the game, there are now only two Davids remaining against four Goliaths. “Christian was the perfect version of a David,” says Susan Wloszczyna in Gold Derby editors’ video recap with Matt Noble and Marcus James Dixon. So with the numbers against them, can the Davids pull out a secret weapon? Marcus and Susan are skeptical, but Matt thinks they can. Watch our Season 37 finale predictions slugfest above. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2018/survivor-season-37-christian-hubicki-eliminated-geek-news/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]Here’s to ‘Survivor’ Season 37’s ultimate David and super geek, Christian Hubicki, who made everyone step up their game[/pmc-related-link] The Goliath strength: The remaining Goliaths are Mike White, Angelina Keeley, Kara Kay and Alison Raybould. Since they have a numbers lead on the Davids the smart move would to go to the end together. After all, the Davids are big jury threats. Of the girls, Alison and Kara have made connections and have a chance at jury votes. But Susan says, “I actually think Mike will win.” Matt concedes that “he does seem like the nucleus of the tribe now” and Marcus notes that “he’s a writer so he’ll spend his last days writing the greatest speech for the jury. That could do it.” But Matt adds, “Remember, he also wrote the ‘Emoji Movie.’” [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2018/survivor-season-37-finale-power-rankings-nick-wilson-kara-kay-davie-rickenbacker-news/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]‘Survivor’ season 37 finale power rankings: Nick Wilson, Kara Kay or Davie Rickenbacker will be ‘Sole Survivor’[/pmc-related-link] The David chance: Having used all their idols and advantages in the game our remaining Davids, Davie Rickenbacker and Nick Wilson, have their backs against a wall. However, they would have the best story. When it comes winning “Survivor,” story matters. If Davie or Nick make it to the end they will have overcome a numbers disadvantage three times in the game (once after the swap and twice after the merge). They have also found idols and advantages to slay Goliaths and are both compelling underdogs. Getting to the end will be their challenge. They might need to find idols and/or win challenges to earn their spot in front of the jury. Matt thinks they can pull it off, saying Nick is the most likely victor: “I’d give him the edge because he’s cultivated relationships without burning bridges.” And Gold Derby readers agree, as Nick currently leads our predictions with 18/25 odds of winning. It would be a fitting conclusion to a season of Biblical proportions: a David taking down a Goliath in the fire-making challenge to then become the “Sole Survivor.” However this game of “Survivor” might not follow the religious script, and perhaps this time Goliath will stand tall as champion. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/odds/combined-odds/survivor-37-finale/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]exclusive predictions: Who will win ‘Survivor’?[/pmc-related-link] [predictions-widget id=1202199516] Be sure to make your predictions to influence our reality TV racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next live episode airs on CBS. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s newsletter with experts’ latest predictions[/pmc-related-link]
17 Dec 18
Survivor Fandom

It’s Survivor 2018 Finale Week and there are six castaways remaining. That means three more have to get their torches snuffed before we know who has a one in three shot at winning the grand prize and title of Sole Survivor. Let’s take a closer look at who is left on Survivor David vs. Goliath […]

17 Dec 18
The blog for white blues

Chronology 1957 Roys career starts around 1957, where he played in Dale Hawkins band and provided guitar work for Hawkins rockabilly and blues records on Checker (a subsidiary of Chess). He replaced James Burton who had previously worked for Hawkins but had left for a more promising career working for Ricky Nelson and others. 1969 […]

17 Dec 18
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17 Dec 18
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After Wednesay’s penultimate episode of “Survivor: David vs. Goliath,” I finally have to say goodbye to Christian Hubicki as my season-long pick to win it all–that’s because in another advantage-heavy tribal council he was narrowly ousted in a 3-2-2 vote. With Christian out of the way (listen to our exit interview podcast), my final power rankings of the season has an opening at the top. Will Nick Wilson, my longtime #2 pick to win, rise to the occasion or can Kara Kay continue to navigate her way up? As things stand we know very little about who each player wants to take to the end with them. Alliances are so fluid this season that no partnership is truly set in stone until we see the votes. In just the last two weeks we saw Davie Rickenbacker‘s allegiances to both Nick and Christian waver and Mike White repeatedly waffle between voting with or against his Goliath originals. With so much up in the air, my guess is as good as yours as to who will take home the million dollar prize. And yet I still offer my up my power rankings below, with brief arguments for why I think Nick will come out on top while Alison Raybould and Angelina Keeley have no chance of their own. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2018/survivor-37-final-8-power-rankings-christian-nick-kara-alison-news/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]‘Survivor’ 37 Final 8 power rankings: Christian, Nick, Kara and Alison are the 4 players that CAN win[/pmc-related-link] Agree or disagree with my final power rankings? Comment with your own below and be sure to sound off about what I’m wrong about! The Season 37 finale airs Wednesday, December 19 on CBS. 1. Nick Wilson I kept Nick at the top of my rankings all season largely because of his association with Christian who I (wrongly) thought would be the champion. Over the last few weeks, as the partnership between Christian and Nick has fallen apart, Nick’s weaknesses as both a player and observer of the game have been laid bare. Take for instance his stint at this week’s tribal council, where he played his fake idol in order to gauge the reaction only to wrongly read that reaction and play his real idol anyway… on a vote where his name wasn’t written down once! It was such a boneheaded move, not only because he no longer has his idol, but because it was just showy enough to make everyone consider that he might be strategizing more than they previously thought. And yet, Nick has some of the best relationships in the game still and they could very well score him a spot in front of the jury. I think Mike really wants to work with Nick and they can both probably string along Angelina so I’m thinking they might make a likely final three with Nick besting the two goats. 2. Kara Kay I don’t think we’ve ever seen a better fly-under-the-radar game than Kara’s. Week after week she’s been the person that anyone with an idea came to in order to work out a plan to eliminate a huge threat and every time that person has been exactly who Kara has wanted to vote for, including the week the Davids advantaged Kara’s own showmance Dan out of the game! Kara’s biggest hurdle isn’t getting to the final tribal council — I actually think she has a good chance at being in the final three — but rather convincing the jury that she had a hand in some of the more influential moves of the season. There are final three scenarios however where Kara would seem like the best choice to win… like if she’s sitting next to some combination of Mike, Angelina and Alison. Up against Nick and/or Davie then Kara will have to be super persuasive and be instrumental in getting to the end on her own. All that aside, Kara is who I WANT to see win! [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2018/survivor-history-best-cast-37-seasons-poll-news/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]‘Survivor’ history: Which cast is the overall best in show’s 37 seasons? [POLL][/pmc-related-link] 3. Davie Rickenbacker For most of the season Davie gladly took a back seat while other players wheeled and dealed their way through the game. But in the last couple of weeks he’s kicked his strategy into high gear and has shown an astute sense of awareness about the game and his competitors. His latest impressive observation came this week when he was the only one to question Nick’s fake idol ploy and so persisted in searching for a new idol on his own, ultimately finding one and securing his spot in the final six. It’s no coincidence though that Davie received votes against him for the first time this week at the same time that he most overtly played with strategy. I think Davie is going to be a prime target for most everyone left and so getting to the end will be the hard part. But if Davie is sitting at that final tribal council everyone should be scared–I think of all the players left Davie not only has the strongest case to make, but is the most likable personality, too. 4. Mike White Mike has been the ultimate coattail rider and floater this season, somehow managing to fall into a power position where he was the deciding factor whether the tide swayed in favor of the Davids or the Goliaths at a number of tribal councils. The strategy of playing the middle has worked well to get Mike this far, but it’s rarely one that juries reward with the win. That being said, I do think it’s highly likely that Mike makes it to the end and gets to plea for his right to win. As a writer Mike will be better than most at arguing his case and so of course we shouldn’t underestimate him. But, like, I’m not really sure what his case is going to be! He’s more or less just happened into information and power positions rather than actively working to create them for himself. SEE ‘Survivor’: Top 20 sexiest females ever, ranked — Did your faves make our list? 5. Alison Raybould That Alison has barely escaped elimination at the last three tribal councils by only one vote is basically proof that in order to make it to the final tribal council she’ll need to win three challenges in a row–the next two immunities and what I’m assuming will be the final four fire-making challenge. That’s a tall order, even for someone who has already won immunity once and come close to winning a few more. And, I mean, even if there’s someone in the game that doesn’t see Alison is a huge threat then Alison is probably going to talk about how big of a threat she is at every tribal council she’s at because, well, she already has talked about it at every tribal council she’s at. The ace in Alison’s hand is Kara, who I think trusts Alison and would be willing to go to the end with her… I think. But Kara has been deftly apt at managing to get major threats out with little to no blood on her own hands so I can only assume that once eyes are set on Alison then Kara will gladly pull the trigger. 6. Angelina Keeley Sadly there is no way Angelina Jacketborn, Queen of Rice, Great Negotiator and Mother of Goats is going to pull out a win, not even if she has to pull out the rice card again and remind everyone how she sacrificed her chance at an immunity in order to feed the tribe. The best we can hope for at this point is that she’s the player everyone wants to take to the end so that we get to see her great negotiation skills at work in the final tribal council. Would she take sole credit for masterminding Christian’s elimination? Probably! No matter what exaggeration she concocts for her statement to the jury, I can’t think of a single person that would vote for her to win, certainly not over anyone else left in the game–she’s rubbed too many people the wrong way and for the most part has been left out of all decision-making when it comes to who goes home. And let’s be real, even if she doesn’t make the final tribal council I will be sounding the alarms until the series is canceled that we demand she appear on an all-star season. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/odds/combined-odds/survivor-37-finale/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]exclusive predictions: Who will win ‘Survivor’?[/pmc-related-link] [predictions-widget id=1202199516] Be sure to make your predictions to influence our reality TV racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next live episode airs on CBS. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. 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