I said it before, and I'll say it again. Nineteen people was way too many. It couldn't be more evident than when after each episode is said and done, someone's voted off and I'm kinda left feeling eh, who cares. Last night was no exception. Maybe it's the haves and have-nots concept that isn't working. After all isn't that the whole premise of the show, that they all have-not, and are struggling to have or at least sustain in an unfamiliar geographical location and social environment? Without that dynamic Moto, the haves tribe, just leaves you in a haze of boredom,--their only salvation, maybe, in Dreamz, the story of his former homelessness, and his potential to do something crazy like back in episode one. Sophomoric yes, but very entertaining. Speaking of Dreamz, two good things did come out of this episode. Alex is looking better, and better, and Dreamz should never put on a shirt. Other than that, this season's kinda chugging along like a road trip that takes you through the lone star state. You fall asleep a few times only to wake up each time and be like, "damn we're still in Texas?" It's just that in Survivor's case, it's like, "damn, we still got 15 more to go?"I can't deny it, I was definitely longing for American Idol's results show. So I ask you, is Survivor loosing it's appeal, or is it still as engaging as ever?