Lingerie football player turned Playboy cover girl turned island temptress Mikayla Wingle is not opposed to flaunting her assets. Unfortunately for her, Brandon was. And his creepy, borderline stalkerish behavior ultimately led to her exit from Survivor: South Pacific. Making the entire escapade even more bizarre is the fact that Mikayla had no idea about Brandon’s obsession until she watched it herself on television. We learned that and more when Mikayla called in to talk to Jessica Shaw and yours truly on the latest InsideTV Podcast. Unsurprisingly, Mikayla is none too fond of Brandon — whom, in an ironic twist, she says she is “praying for” — but she also has some harsh words for Rick (the guy with the moustache who never speaks), Coach (whom she accuses of basically being the worst coach of all-time), and Edna (whom she pegs as “just a vote”). She also tells us which side she would have joined up with had she made it back into the game after the merge. (Oooh, alternate reality intrigue!)
But that’s not all. Our resident “Supernatural Sexpert” Mandi Bierly takes time out from hunting half-naked vampires and werewolves to check in on Charming, California and the gritty biker drama Sons of Anarchy. (If you want to skip straight to the Sons of Anarchy chat, it begins at the 20 minute mark.) Didn’t Piney know better than to threaten Clay? Will Bobby still pursue his vote for new leadership? And why is Juice so gosh darn awful at killing himself? Bust out some chili as we break down all the insanity.
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