No wonder Hunahpu has won every single Survivor immunity challenge they have tried to win this season (Drew intentionally lost one because he is a moron) — it’s because they were eating twice as much rice as the other tribe. As a result, the folks stuck on Hunahpu will have to strike some sort of bargain with Jeff Probst next week to replenish their practically non-existent food supply. What will it cost them? We’ll find out next Wednesday. But whose fault is it? Who kept insisting on cooking all of that rice? We asked the latest person voted out (and a former Hunahpuian), Kelley Wentworth, to reveal who exactly was responsible when she called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning, and she was more than willing to give up the goods. We also asked her whether her dad helped or hurt her in the game, why Drew was so obsessed with getting her out, and to tell us all about her reunion with Drew at Ponderosa after being voted out. You can now hear the entire interview right here by clicking on the audio player below for the latest InsideTV Podcast. (The Kelley interview starts at 39:30.)
But that’s not all. First up, we chatted with The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun. Would Glenn have kept Tara’s secret from Maggie? How much is he to blame for what happened to Bob in that final scene seeing as how he and the group would not let Rick go back to Terminus and finish the job? And what’s coming up next? We ask Yeun all that and more.
Next, we chat with the man running (what’s left of) S.H.I.E.L.D. — Agent Coulson himself, Clark Gregg. Gregg talks all about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s creative resurgence that began after the events of The Winter Soldier and tries his best not to mock Jessica Shaw as she falls on the floor (revealing an alleged tramp stamp for all to see). Plus, when is Agent Coulson going to end up back on the big screen? We ask him! (The Clark Gregg interview starts at 19:30.)
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