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Well.... at least Frank didn't Align with ALL the guys.
But I thought Starr Was With Him :(
The tentative like I felt for Frank in the first episode has dissipated with him excluding a certain cheerleader from his alliance. But at least his sexism still isn't as blatant as it was last season. Yet.
ETA: I'm also wondering if this is meant to be a deliberate contrast with the previous All-Stars where an all-female alliance ended up dominating the season and if this hints at the later game becoming a sausage fest and/or a male winning in the end. I have no doubt that Minerva, Oehda, and the other females won't take this lying down, though.
I get why people hate Frank for his sexism, but I still love him. So flawed and CPM<3
Besides, all female alliances happen all the time, but all male alliances rarely happen. In short: Frank<33333
Well non-sexist Frank was nice for one episode.
@Slicer: I'm tempted to agree, but the thing is Frank already did this last season. I kinda like it better when in All-Stars we see a different side to people.
I was hoping to see Frank and Jackie be together. I wonder if Jackie would agree with Frank when the strong is a female.
@Vilecheese: to be fair, it's only episode 2. I could defo see a Frank redemption arc in the future.
Might be a gender flip of Survivor: One World.
Easy there Jackie. If you try to make a huge alliance, they could eventually turn on you when you least expect it.
Well, you cannot blame Frank for being naive when he has an inner good guys alliance in the big one. Still... such a big alliance will be hard to handle just as Baxter has the betrayal option at hand.
In addition to that, a united male tribe doesn't necessarily have to vote united. If the guys spread their votes and the girls vote focused, there's still the chance they lose. There are many ways to go from here...
Well, it looks like Baxter isn't completely changed from his old season, though he brought up a point that I was thinking before he said it. Though Frank was probably pretty strong in his season, he is probably the weakest person in his alliance.
Also, something that I noticed before the first TC that Frank finally realized is that this season really does promote survival of the weakest. Usually, the weakest are targeted before the merge, and the strongest after the merge. But with this twist, any smart tribe would vote for the strongest on the opposing tribe at TC. So, in this season, the strongest will be targeted throughout the whole game, and the weakest shouldn't be directly targeted almost at all. In other words, players like Quadratic should be save about as long as......Quadratic made it in his season.
That's a big alliance...
It seems to be only the men that appear strong are on the alliance, which considering the whole survival of the weakest thing, it actually makes this alliance make sense. Especially since the person on the other tribe who is physically strongest will be the one who gets targeted, and most of the time, sexist as it sounds, far as I am aware, they typically look for physical strength among the guys, and eliminating the strongest is not a typical survivor tactic this early into the game.
Well, I guess old habits die hard... >__> Still, it IS only Episode 2.
I hate Frank what a dick his sexism is a bitch to read and hopefully Baxter will blindside his arse! GO BAXTER
Nice job not to take in Quadratic. Stupid cat would vote his own allience members off one by one since it's the most stupid thing he could do.
Frank looks so silly in panel 11~
Well I hope Frank is able to get Baxter out of this game, I hope he isn't cheated out of the game like last time
Again with the Sexist alliance? Clearly Xero isn't the only one who learned nothing from their original season.
Heinz doesn't have to do anything. xD
I had hoped Frank had learned but seems he still thinks that woman can't be strong. Now it is just waiting until one of 'his boys' stabs him in the back.