There was a super awkward scene in last night’s episode of Survivor: Blood vs. Water where Kat Edorrson — who had been voted out of her tribe and was set to compete in a duel to stay alive at Redemption Island — flat out told her boyfriend Hayden that she wanted him to swap spots with her. Only one problem: Hayden didn’t want to. Therefore, he didn’t. So how did Kat feel about that after she was eliminated? “After the game, I was PISSED!” she told Jessica Shaw and me when she called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning.
Fret not, however. She eventually forgave Hayden for leaving her there, while he, in turn, agreed not to dump her even though she didn’t make it to the merge. Those are just a few of the things Kat revealed during our talk, and you can now listen to the whole thing right here on the InsideTV Podcast. Also among the topics covered: Would Kat have dumped Hayden had he not made it to the merge? What does she think about Laura Morett copying off of John’s completed puzzle? Who caught her searching for the hidden immunity idol? And who could she possibly be talking about when she uses the words “disgusting” and “nasty”? Well, you’ll just have to listen in to find out, and you can do so by clicking on the audio player icon below.
But we start things off with Melissa McBride, who has been killing it (no pun intended) on this season of The Walking Dead as Carol. After watching her husband and daughter die at the hand (or mouth, rather) of zombies, Carol has taken a zero tolerance attitude towards anything resembling weakness in the face of potential danger. But that could be getting her in hot water now that she has admitted to killing Tyreese’s infected girlfriend. McBride called into the show to talk all about the evolution of her character and why Carol has morphed into such a complete and total badass.
Speaking of badasses, QB1 himself, Scott Porter also called in to gloat about his beloved Denver Broncos beating up on my sad sack Washington Redskins. While we had him on the line, we also chatted about Friday Night Lights with the man who played Jason Street, as well as his current show Hart of Dixie. It’s a fun a lively talk with one of our favorites.
You can join the fun and listen to all three interviews by clicking on the audio player below. You can also download the entire podcast right here. Or, since we’re on iTunes, you can subscribe for free and take the podcast with you. No iTunes? No problem. To send a question to the InsideTV Podcast team, follow us on Twitter @InsideTVPodcast. And to hear more interviews and television discussion and debate, check out Entertainment Weekly Radio channel 105 on SiriusXM.