A 2000 TV debut sounded morally abhorrent: A group needs to depend on and trust each other for island survival but must get rid of each other one by one until only one is left standing. I refused to watch until first-half-of-the-season reruns for latecomers sucked me in. In eighteen years, I’ve never missed an episode.
Confession. I also missed the first series, and have rarely missed one. We're watching a series now. I'm not sure if we're in sync with the US or not. We've also seen two series from the Australian one, which I really liked. Perhaps because the people are a bit more "normal" to us. (Even though they are Australian.)ReplyDelete
I've just confessed this, and realised this might be a big fat lie. Sigh.Delete
Fear not, Mali. It's not a lie. It's a secret.Delete
My husband is a chronic watcher of reality TV. He's probably missed an episode or two of Survivor - particularly if there was an important curling match on - but not many. Worse, he watched every season of The Apprentice.ReplyDelete