I don't think I have spent much time in these past two months talking about "Survivor: Winners at War". We had Dalton Ross at the start of the season to anticipate the first season for all the winners. But I had almost kept my thoughts to myself. Until now. I really enjoyed this season. I really loved it. Well, as much as you can love any season that has Extinction Island together. I think that sentiment is universally shared in the Survivor community, so there is no breaking news there. It just goes against everything this show is about. That said, we have never seen a season like this. It was the best of the best, and you possibly had the best ending this show has ever seen. You can't credit Tony enough for what he was able to accomplish this season. And being only the second player to win twice, I think now you can say he is the best player in this game. What he did this season was somewhat unthinkable, as Stephen and I broke it down for podcast # 183. Stephen, as usual, has such an interesting perspective on the game and looks at it in ways that never occur to me, or I forget . I love talking to Stephen about this show. As always, if you want to respond to this interview, please include Stephen's Twitter ID (@stephenfishbach) in your solutions. Thanks once more to Stephen for coming as our resident knowledgeable "Survivor". It actually won’t be the final time you can be there, as it’s considered one of our common prospects.
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I begin by speaking a little bit bit concerning the Hannah Brown state of affairs and my present ideas on how issues are dealt with. So Stephen joins me in analyzing Survivor: Winners at Warfare season 40. By Tony's dominance, is there a gender bias on this present, is there an excessive amount of play, how did the fireplace chips develop, do we have to eradicate extinction and far, rather more (9:54).
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