'Survivor: Tocantins': Spencer speaks!

Did freshly ousted Survivor contestant Spencer Duhm make a mistake in not telling his tribe he was gay? Did he, in fact, suck in the immunity challenge? And is it true that he’s now dating Survivor: China champ Todd Herzog? We asked the 18-year-old about all of that in the new episode of Survivor Talk. Also along for the ride is Survivor: Amazon winner Jenna Morasca, who stopped by to explain her new foray into professional wrestling. Note: The interview is broken up into two clips so keep watching after the first one ends to hear what Spencer has to say for himself.

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  • econruth

    I really miss Survivor Live! The hour was perfect to take apart the show, have some call in questions, Probst’s thoughts… OK I remember way too much about this so… Dance it Out Morasca!

  • T.T

    what happened to your fear of teeth?

  • Zach

    WHY DO YOU HAVE TO PUT THE NAME AND PHOTO OF THE SURVIVOR VOTED OFF ON THE FRONT PAGE OF THE WEBSITE???????????
    THOSE OF US WHO WATCH SURVIVOR A FEW DAYS LATER SHOULD NOT BE PENALIZED FOR COMING TO THE WEBSITE. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
    NOW I WILL NO LONGER BE ABLE TO VISIT YOUR WEBSITE ON FRIDAYS UNLESS I HAVE ALREADY SEEN SURVIVOR, WHICH WILL NEVER HAPPEN.

  • Zach

    AND BTW JENNA’S LOOKING OLDER/MANLIER.

  • Ramo

    G0dd@mn you EW! I haven’t watched last night’s ep yet and now you splash this on your front page and ruin it for me and I’m sure many others. You do this ALL THE TIME. You report ALL THE TIME on the increasing use of DVRs, yet you can’t apply that to the basic thinking that goes into your website design. Thanks a lot…

  • Dan

    Well then, dont look at the website until you watch the show

  • Jared4everx

    Seriously, How long would you like everyone to tip toe around you while you remain in the dark? A week? A month? NO reporting on anything until Ramo has seen it. How should we contact you? Grow up.

  • Lisa

    “Teeth are overrated.” Haha Dalton and Josh you rock!

  • Fatima

    Jenna’s hilarious! Haha Probst’s secret tooth collection

  • Ramo

    That’s a weak argument Dan. I come to this site for plenty of other things. I know to avoid the top right side where the TV Watch articles are. But it’s inconsiderate and inappropriate for an outlet like EW that often uses spoiler alerts to splash something like that as the first item on the front page.

  • Ramo

    Really Jared? I need to “grow up?” That doesn’t even make sense. I’ve seen plenty of others post the same complaint in the past. There’s a way to post the article in a way that doesn’t spoil it for the many people who DVR the show, ie “The latest Survivor castoff speaks.” I hope this happens to you sometime.

  • Zach

    RAMO IS ABSOLUTELY RIGHT.

  • Andy R

    I have gone to this website countless times with a HUGE spoiler staring me in the face. I often forget to NOT look in the upper right hand corner while i scan the home page. Because of this website I have deleted so many shows in anger since the outcome was given away. From “Survivor” to “Top Chef” to “Project Runway” – within hours of airing, they have a picture posted, with a headline giving away the entire show in one sentence. I have often thought of saying EXACTLY what Ramo was expressing, and when I saw the ridiculous comments made by Jared, I felt compelled to speak my mind. I have two DVR’s, and I NEVER watch a program on it’s air night, sometimes a week or two behind even. I can understand why EW posts the nights events within hours, but do they have to show a picture? Do they have to come right out and give the outcome in the headline? ABSOLUTELY NOT. Like Ramo stated, the magazine makes the reader aware of spoilers, why not the website? Clean up your act EW!

  • jessup

    If it happens so often, it seems like a simple solution, don’t visit the site until you’ve seen the episode. If you want to wait two weeks to watch the latest episode of Survivor, Top Chef, or whatever, that’s fine, but don’t expect the rest of the world to stop and wait for you to catch up. Yes, within that two week period, if you click on an entertainment website, they might have it as their headline (I know, shocker), you might catch some chat about it on the radio, see it on the cover of a magazine at the store, etc. I don’t think EW needs to do anything different, they cover entertainment news, end of story.

  • ~~~~

    I know what people are complaing about, I made the mistake of clicking on Newsweeks website yesterday, and right there, without a spoiler warning, there was something about PRESIDENT OBAMA! I recorded the election night coverage last November, and I haven’t been able to get around to watching it. I’ve told my friends not to tell me who won, I avoid the newspaper, on January 20th, I wasn’t able to turn on the tv at all! I was going to watch it this weekend, then some inconsiderate programmers at Newsweek posted a news story, WITHOUT A SPOILER WARNING. Thanks a lot Newsweek, now I don’t even know if I’ll bother watching the coverage, I AM SO DISGUSTED!!!!! Oh, and congrats to president Obama.

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