Since the live shows of 'The Voice' started, I was rooting for these four ladies to be in the top 4; hence the title of this blog. With only 8 artists remaining in the competition and 2 more to be eliminated next week, I hope the Americans vote for them so these ladies will become one step closer to the top 4. Danielle Bradbery
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven't watched the most recent episode of Survivor then watch it now!
Since Malcolm was voted out, I lost the will to watch the remaining episodes of Survivor. He's been my bet since last season and I thought he will redeem himself and win this time. Unfortunately, he's on the Jury side again. He played well in the game but still finished earlier than I expected and that really sucks. Now with Malcolm out of the game, what's there left to see? Then I thought, why not watch how the former Stealth R Us alliance will slit each other's throat?
This week's episode featured two immunity challenges and two Tribal Councils. The first immunity challenge, I believe was designed for Reynold and Eddie since Jeff mentioned both of them after Malcolm's torch was snuffed last Tribal. The winner of the challenge receives a clue to a hidden immunity idol (which Malcolm failed to find last time) in addition to the immunity necklace. However, after seeing donuts and a glass of milk, Eddie jumped out of the challenge with Erik, leaving Reynold fighting for immunity. But in the end, Andrea won the challenge and found the idol later with the help of her allies. Andrea wanted Brenda out but no one joined her plan. At Tribal Council, the remaining Stealth R Us members split their votes between the last two Amigos. Reynold was voted out as expected.
The second immunity challenge was dominated by Erik and won his first individual immunity. Back at camp, Andrea still wants to blindside Brenda. Cochran became suspicious about it and planned to blindside Andrea instead. But since Andrea has an idol, Cochran convinced the rest to split the vote between Andrea and Eddie. If Andrea plays her idol, Eddie's gone. At the second Tribal Council, Cochran's plan worked out when Andrea did not play her idol. The blindside sent a stunned Andrea to the Jury. Clearly, she didn't see that one coming. So now, we're down to the final six. The end is near!
Here's next week's preview:
2 episodes to go before Survivor: Caramoan - Fans vs Favorites 2 wraps up!
Yesterday, I was able to watch Iron Man 3 with my siblings. I insisted on watching it in 3D due to the fact that I've never seen a full-length 3D movie before. However, when the film ended I felt a bit disappointed with all the 3D stuff in it. I really thought the film will be much more awesome with my 3D glasses on. The movie was great but maybe I just expected too much since it was my first 3D movie ever. So go 3D if you want to, but I strongly recommend that you watch it in regular 2D theaters.
For the benefit of those who have not seen the movie yet, I will not spoil anything. I just have to say that I hate the 'Clean Slate'. Go watch it to find out why. I'm sure some of you who had already seen the film feels the same way too. And since this is probably the last in the series, I must
say that Iron Man 3 is the best of the three. But if Robert Downey, Jr.
decides to sign up for another one then that's another story.
Most of the people inside the theater left when the closing credits started, clearly unaware of Marvel's post-credits scenes. Iron Man 3's post-credits scene was hilarious! Be sure not to miss it. And lastly, the final line at the very end of the film was actually intriguing, leaving me wondering about Iron Man's fate in the Phase Two of The Avengers.