Rob Cesternino and Nicole Cesternino have just finished another season of podcasting about Survivor, this time discussing every episode of Survivor: One World. In this podcast, Rob Cesternino hosts a recap of all of the best moments on Rob Has a Podcast from this past season of Survivor. You will hear from every Survivor from this season, (before the final five) and hear from each of our Survivor guests as we tell she story of how we started with two tribes (divided into men and women) living on one beach ended up with Kim Spradlin winning one million dollars.
Back in the beginning of the year, Rob and Nicole did their first ever 25 Listener Question podcast on the road to New Media Expo. Now almost six months later, Rob and Nicole return to your questions to give you the answers that you have asked for. So sit back and relax as Rob and Nicole take you on a ride entitled "25 Listener Questions: The Sequel"
Julia Zeroth If a returning players season pitted "new school" survivors against "old school" survivors, who would have the edge?
A voicemail from Jessica Frey
Brian Scally Did Reality Game Masters go as well as you expected? How many episodes will there be? And is Nicole involved in it?
Lisa LaForge-Rattai What niche survivor seasons would you like to see? I.E. first voted off, all winners, all runner ups?? etc...
Patty Toretti This probably would take a whole podcast itself, but I'd like to know more of your thoughts about social media and reality TV. I loved the RHAP article and only recently found your AMA on Reddit. So many possibilities!
Matt Noble I heard you and Nicole were going to be on the new season of Arrested Development. Any truth to that?
Mike Pízza Do you think Survivor ratings would benefit from being on Netflix Instant. I think that people rediscovering the show by binge watching old seasons would help the current project. As a current college student who binged watched a bunch of survivor seasons and now watches them weekly, I think this could be a boon to Survivor's ratings.
Taylor Cotter What upcoming summer shows should we be watching?
Marcelo Campos When are you guys doing the Big Brother Jeopardy? And, besides Ian, who is playing?
Adrian Escobedo Who are the top contenders for Miss Survivor 2014 so far?
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After months of boardroom firings it all came down to Penn Jillette and Trace Adkins to be hired as the All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. Rob Cesternino is joined by Ryan Pappolla to discuss Donald Trump's decision to hire Trace Adkins as the winner of Celebrity Apprentice.
Rob and Ryan felt like Penn played a perfect game and Donald Trump held a grudge against Penn for <a href="http://www.salon.com/2012/11/17/penn_jillettes_secrets_of_celebrity_apprentice_donald_trump_is_a_whackjob/" target="_blank">controversial comments that he made about Donald Trump</a> in his book. Otherwise, Penn played a perfect game this season and gave Doanld Trump no reason not to hire him as the winner of the show.
In the rest of the episode, Rob and Ryan discussed many of eccentricities of the cast shown in tonight's reunion show. The biggest news of the night was the fight that took place between LaToya Jackson and Omarossa about Latoya's comments about the late Michael Clarke Duncan. It was a big mystery why Bret Michaels wasn't at the live show. Plus, giving $100,000 to Lil Jon caused a lot of confusion because it was treated as if Lil Jon had just won the show. Rob and Ryan also reveal what Stephen Baldwin had been tweeting during the live show.
In the task part of the show, Rob and Ryan commented on some of the unlikely celebrities that appeared on the show which included Vincent Pastore, Gilbert Gottfried and even Tim Tebow. Rob is not thrilled to see the former New York Jet <del datetime="2013-05-20T04:33:07+00:00">QB</del> football player show up to help Trace Adkins win the task.
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Rob Cesternino is joined by Rich Tackenberg to discuss a big week on Network TV Comedy. Starting with this week's edition of Saturday Night Live, Rob and Rich go on to discuss the series finale of The Office and the season finale of How I Met Your Mother.
Saturday Night Live
We knew this was going to be a big show this week when it was reported that standout cast member, Bill Hader, was going to be leaving the show after this episode. The news continued to come from 30 Rock as rumors leaked that both Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis were also going to be leaving the show.
As for the actual episode the show opened with a Keenan Thompson as Al Sharpton discussing the IRS scandal. In the monologue, Ben Affleck discussed being a member of the 5 timers club before rehashing a "controversy" from his Oscar speech with his wife, Jennifer Garner.
The highlight of the show came during the much anticipated appearance of Bill Hader's signature character, Stefon. When Stefon stormed off the stage, what followed was a hilarious look at Stefon's wedding to Anderson Cooper. To see more about all of the guests in attendance for Stefon's wedding, click here.
The last sketch of the night was another sendoff as Fred Armisen reprised his role as Ian Rubbish and played with Hader and Sudeikis. However, in the closing credits only Armisen and Hader were shown prominently, which made Rob wonder if Jason Sudeikis is definitely leaving.
The Office (Starts at 50:55)
Rob and Rich discuss the series finale of "The Office" and some of the things that did not make sense with the show's final episode. After seeing Steve Carrell return as Michael Scott, the guys decide if they like how the show brought him back.
How I Met Your Mother (Starts at 1:05:10)
After the revelation that Ted's future wife was being revealed, Rob and Rich discuss the season finale of How I Met Your Mother and what is coming in the final season of HIMYM this fall.
Peter Brown & Alec Beall formed "The Sheyld" during their time on Big Brother Canada. Peter and Alec join Rob to discuss the wild Big Brother Canada final vote that was flubbed by Topaz, the perception that they are bitter jurors and what went wrong for their games in the house.