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Published: Thursday, May 9 2013 3:50 p.m. MDT

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SpaCasinoGirl
SLC, UT

Dawn showed her true colors, not only to Brenda but to the entire world, and lost whatever respect for her remained amongst the rest of the tribe members and the jury. She's whiny and hasn't "played" as much as she's gone along with whatever Cochran wanted to do. If Cochran doesn't get booted on the next tribal council (or injured and evacuated), he'll take Dawn and Sherri to the finale because he's guaranteed a win then. Neither Sherri nor Dawn will received a single vote, as it should be.

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

Wow, there are actually people who watch that show?

CHS 85
Sandy, UT

The "I lost my retainer" situation was the funniest thing I've seen in a long time.

KellyWSmith
Sparks, NV

I find it fascinating that there are so many "judges" out there who are decrying the actions of those on this show. Somehow they think that "I would be different. I would be stronger. I would outlast them." I am here to tell you that they have no idea what is involved here in doing a show like this and facing the problems they face. To say that someone is "whiny" or doesn't act the way they think they should, is similar to having a beam in their own eye looking at the mote in the other. It is hollow argument and I applaud all of the contestants for enduring what they have done over this last season. I personally hope either Dawn or Cochran win this season as they have shown great personality and life and made this one of the best Survivors ever. (And yes, this is one of this most watched shows on TV).

zoar63
Mesa, AZ

@KellyWSmith

The consensus of the jury was that Dawn was being whiny. They were really grilling her. I think what really sunk her though was voting Brenda off. But it is the immunity challenges that are the wild cards. They can change the best laid plans to a thing of naught.

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