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If you fail at keeping the future members of the jury happy, you fail at really playing a great game. It's just another part of the strategy.
I would usually agree with that, but not in this case. It's denial on their part. They refuse to believe that they were duped, out played and fooled, so they reward the player who least offended them.
Russel can't be considered the best player, because he lies too much and pisses off everyone. But still, both he and Parvati vastly out rank Sandra. I cannot think of a single move she made during the season worth remembering. She claims it's strategy to suck ass in challenges? Give me a break.
Rupert's stone-faced-"You are an evil human being"-tangent towards Russel at the tribal council right before the live finale was a complete joke. He's a dufus. It's sums the entire jury perfectly. I'm going way too far here, but it's just kind of frustrating to watch it all unfold to come to an anti-climactic end like that.
You're right, it's 10 times better than Entourage.
Entourage is one of those shows where it seems like the writing has gotten lazy. They become a hit, the actors all stick around, and they just throw out a show that is "meh" because they know people will keep watching. But it's not nearly as good as it could be.
I'm still a fan though. As long as Johnny Drama sticks around, I don't think there's anyway I can quit watching. "There's nothing wrong with a Razzie."
The CW picked up nothing that looks interesting and neither did ABC except for No Ordinary Family. The only network (so far) that has picked up anything cool looking is NBC. They have a couple shows I'm really interested in: