Things got personal last night on Survivor: Cagayan between Sarah and Kass. The alliance-mates could not agree on whom to target on the other tribe, so Kass decided to target someone else — Sarah! The move killed not only Sarah’s chances in the game (as she was eliminated), but also effectively ended Kass’ chances as well seeing as how her former tribemates that she turned on will likely never vote for her to win the million dollars now. So what was the strategic reason for the flipping? Or did Kass — who at one point told us “I can’t even look at her. I just want to punch her sometimes” — do it merely to fulfill a personal vendetta.
The woman she ousted believes it to be the latter. Sarah Lacina called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) today to talk about her big feud with Kass, and she left no doubt about her feelings for the lawyer, with whom she says she is “not on the best of terms.” Sarah also had some strong words when it comes to what she sees as Kass’ attempt to be a breakout villain on the show: “Just because nobody likes you doesn’t make you a villain, it just means nobody likes you.” Ouch. She also tells her adversary to “grow up.”
But that’s not all Sarah touches on. She also defends her decision to throw a challenge, names who she thinks is playing the best game so far, and talks about the reaction form her police officer friends to Tony: “I don’t think he gives cops a good name.” It’s a must-listen interview for any Survivor fan and you can listen now by clicking on the audio player icon below.
However we start the podcast off with one of the funniest ladies on TV, the one and only Mindy Kaling, who talks all about the infamous airplane ass-grab on The Mindy Project as well as her memories of working on The Office. It’s a fantastic freewheeling conversation with one of our faves.
And continuing this all-star extravaganza, we also welcome Dawson himself, James Van Der Beek, to the show. The Beek chats all things Creek as well as the criminally underrated Don’t Trust the B—in Apt. 23 and his new CBS sitcom, Friends With Better Lives.
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