Monday, November 9, 2009


‘Survivor’ Is Like High School

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Competing on Survivor is like being in a high school popularity contest.

Being marooned on a deserted island can be a lot like a school cafeteria, according to Erik Cardona, who was voted off the show last Thursday (Nov. 5).

With all the lies, backstabbing, and scheming that goes down before eliminations, Cardona felt like he was competing on “Survivor: Samoa...High School Edition,” mainly because contestants make the same type of “rash decisions and mistakes” a teen would.

Though he was pegged as the womanizer on campus early on, Cardona kept it in his pants on the island because he didn’t have a “single interest in any of the women out there.”

He may have also lied about his prowess with women.

He confesses, “I just said I was a ladies man to get on the show. I didn’t know it would come back to bite me.”

Survivor airs Thursdays on CBS.

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