April 21, 2011 by Post Team
‘Survivor’ Recap, Gary Busey was not black. I point this out because I have been called crazy Busey approximately 3.638 times while recapping Celebrity Apprentice this season. I did not say that it is, but partly to counter the constant complaints that Gary Donald Trump was “brilliant” and a “genius” and partly because, well, Gary Busey is crazy. Sometimes crazy is crazy.
Which brings us to Phillip. Also crazy. I do not mean in the clinical sense, necessarily, but in the mad, mad, mad way, quirky. He must be completely unbearable to live, but for us the viewers has been a godsend. When the season started slow with Krista and Stephanie was voted out, it was Felipe to offer a bit of drama with the “rice crispy” incident. Now Philip was at it again, getting another disagreement over rice – what is with this rice, anyway? – In an accusation of racism against Steve. Of course, then followed that charge for abandonment of the N-word twice himself and saying: “I am like many black men. We are prepared to self-destruct at any time. Because that’s what happens to many black men. They do self-destruction. “(Any potentially dangerous stereotypes or generalizations that we can do? Also use pink underwear with a pen attached fallen on his head?)
It was an explosive scene. And yet all you can focus on the separation line is Steve: “Wing Chun kung fu experts here.” I love that because I was so out of nowhere. It is as if in doubt, throw in a little kung fu. Oh, do not allow us to store our rice in your can? Well, well, guess what? KUNG FU! You say you need to talk to Ralph, before you decide? I see, but did I mention … KUNG FU? So now you think I’m crazy? Hmmm, could be right. But again, you may also want to consider throwing some of Carl Douglas’ cause I’m talking about … KUNG FU FIGHTING!
The only thing that could have made the parting line of Phillip any sweeter if instead of Wing Chun had exploded to a drunken monkey style. Or at least Black Tiger kung fu – would undoubtedly have been more appropriate with the whole black / white discussion. (Five petals of the plum blossom Qigong may also have worked with her pink underwear.) But that’s just quibbling. So grab a bit of white rice – wait, is that racist? Should I make Uncle Ben’s instead? Wait, is that racist? Damn, this is difficult – and we will take the final episode of the top surviving.
Things start off at the Redemption Island with Matt having a little one-on-one with her best friend, God. It is to be voted out twice Fabio 2.0 has soured on the game of Survivor. “You know how much I want this game,” says Matt to heaven. “I want nothing to do with it.” Well, that’s the spirit. “But if you want me to stay in it, God, I will. I will fight.” Honestly, Matt, if God is invested in the outcome of a reality TV show, we all have big problems that you feel a little lonely on a tropical beach.
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