Corinne Kaplan – Caramoan Preview
In 25 seasons of Survivor, there aren’t many Survivor contestants that I wish to never see again. Don’t get me wrong, there are a lot that I hope to never see again, but not many that I really want to see gone forever. Corinne Kaplan is one of them.
Are there been a worse person playing Survivor?
Some people may say Brian Heidik, but he was not that bad during the show, just in his real life. Colton Crumbie? Maybe, just maybe.
People say that she’s a bitch. No, she’s not a bitch (we’ll, she’s also a bitch). She’s just a bad person. A terrible human being.
When I watch Survivor, when I write this blog, whether I like a contestant and root for them, or I dislike them and talk trash about them, I always keep in mind that the show is heavily edited and that we see only part of the story. I’m sure Boston Rob is a decent person in real life. Hell, maybe even Russell is (ok, maybe not).
But Corinne? No.
She’s been called a villain. She’s not. She hasn’t done anything villainous as a player. She’s just despicable and hateful as a human being.
Now, there’s still the option that she has changed. But I’ll save you the suspense; in preparation for this season I started following her on Twitter, and no. Not only she hasn’t changed, but she even embraces this behavior.
With that being said, I still need to try to assess what are her chances in the game.
Chances to win? Slim to none, because of her personality, I don’t see how she can win, unless she goes to the final tribal council with Phillip and another goat as big as Phillip. Gosh, I’m not even sure. I’d be in the jury, I think I’d vote for Phillip.
She pretty much seems to be in a similar boat as Brenda. She could make some friends early and go far with them, or she could be an early boot because of her reputation and lack of pregame friends.
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