A major network is planning the show "Survivor 2" this winter. In response, Texas is planning "Survivor, Texas Style." The contestants will start in Dallas, travel through Waco, Austin, San Antonio, over to Houston, and down to Brownsville. They will proceed up to Del Rio, on to El Paso, then to Midland/Odessa, Lubbock, and Amarillo. From there, they proceed to Abilene, and on to Ft. Worth and back to Dallas.
Each will be driving a pink Volvo with a bumper sticker that reads, "I'm gay, I voted for Al Gore, and I'm here to confiscate your guns."
The first one to make it back to Dallas wins.
Network TV is reported to be developing a "Texas version" of
"Survivor," the recent popular TV show.
Contestants must travel from Amarillo through Fort Worth, Dallas,
Houston, San Antonio and back to Amarillo, through San Marcos and
Lubbock. Each will be driving a Volvo with a bumper sticker that
reads, "I'm for Gore, I'm gay, and I'm here to take your guns."
The first contestant to complete the round trip is the winner.
With the overwhelming response to the CBS hit "Survivor", Alabamans have made their own version. Contestants are given pink car to drive from Dothan, to Birmingham, on to Decatur, and back to Dothan. On each car is a bumper sticker that says, "I'm gay, I'm a yankee, and I'm here to steal your guns!" First one back wins.
CBS reality show "Survivor" will have contestants divided into four tribes by ethnicity. Blacks, Whites, Latinos and Asians in separate groups competing against each other. New York City Councilman John Liu said Thursday, "The idea of having a battle of the races is preposterous." Members of the black community are also launching a campaign urging CBS to pull the show because it could encourage racial division and promote negative typecasts.
In response Jeff Probst said, "They're complaining now but wait until they see the basketball challenge."
When asked why Jews were left out of the reality show, Mark Burnett said, "This is an athletic competition not the "Apprentice,"
Trouble is brewing in paradise.
The new season of Survivor is already experiencing difficulties with it's contestants. Producers have stated that the Asian team has opened up 3 nail salons and a All You Can Eat Buffet, the Hispanic team has multiplied from 5 contestants to 28, the Black team called in sick, and the White team is happy as long as the Asians, Hispanics, and Blacks stay off of their side of the island.