Wednesday night I was on fellow Blogcritics writer CallmeMaddyâ€™s radio show, The Teenaged World of Maddy :), when she informed me Survivor was on that night instead of Thursday. I didnâ€™t know what to think. I know they put Survivor on Wednesday night at least once during the season, but they hadnâ€™t said anything about it after last week's survivor. Thankfully, the Survivor Website had the episode up and I was still able to watch it.
Let me tell you, I am so glad I did.
At the Airai tribe, it seemed like being surrounded by women was driving James insane. The women were complaining about the weather and being stuck in the cave while James worked to make the cave more comfortable. I canâ€™t help but wonder, though, is James going insane because the women are complaining, or is he going crazy because, besides Jason, the tribe is all women? Iâ€™m not saying heâ€™s not being a little over-dramatic about the complaining, but I donâ€™t think any guy wants to have to spend 24 hours a day surrounded by women (and Jason). I think heâ€™s just looking for some man time.
The next day at Malakal, Ozzy the Fish Man wanted to get some fishing done. He took Amanda and Cirie out fishing and, well, took charge. I guess he was bothering Cirie and Amanda with his commands and they were calling him arrogant. From what I saw, Ozzy was just getting work done. He was fishing! Itâ€™s his natural environment. Itâ€™s why I call him Ozzy the Fish Man - because heâ€™s half-man, half-fish. He knows what heâ€™s doing. Then they get mad because Ozzy wouldnâ€™t let them kill the chickens. What is with these women? Now theyâ€™re just trying to disobey Ozzy in some way just to show they can. Itâ€™s crazy.
Erik seems to be the only one who appreciates Ozzy. In fact, Erik decided to learn from Ozzy and actually learned to climb the tree. I think I saw Ozzy wipe a tear from his eyes as he welcomed Erik as his new Grasshopper. Cirie was making a big fuss about it. I didnâ€™t think she had much to complain about since they were getting coconuts for their tribe.