So often, the best way to figure out who has a shot at winning is by eliminating those that you're pretty sure don't.
The adventure you're ready for is the one you get!
Survivor is like rock 'n' roll - you can do what you want.
In Survivor and Finder's Fee, it is about what you would do if you could get away with it. Survivor is about your own integrity and where you draw your own ethical and moral lines. There are no rules.
Reality is a genre that seems to be here to stay. I don't know how many of the new shows will last, but the more competition you have, the harder that pie is to slice up.
Think about for a minute what your body goes through out there. On a Friday night, you have a steak and then Saturday morning, you get up and have some eggs and some pancakes. Then Sunday, you're on 'Survivor' and suddenly you have nothing.
The thing that surprises me most is, you cannot change who you are.
I think, if I've learned anything over the years, it is that every single season is a unique one.
I love being a part of storytelling, so whether I'm getting to do that on Survivor, or do it through kids' adventure books, or directing a movie, it's all sort of the same: Once Upon a Time...
I really had no idea when I pitched the series that it would lead to so much fun and so much connecting with kids and moms.
Most people I run into say, I haven't missed an episode. Either you like Survivor or you don't, but if you do, you're a loyal viewer.
I love telling stories, that's it. I love it. That's the word I would choose to describe what I love the most.
I married my wife and she brought these two amazing kids into my life, and we were realizing, God there's nothing out there in fiction about blended families.
Everyone wants to talk, you've just got to find a way to get them to talk.
My goal was, and still is, to write first, direct my own stuff whenever possible and control my own creative destiny.
I'm not one of these guys who says 'Now I'm on a really hot show. Better quit soon before I get labeled.' That's the most ridiculous notion I'd ever heard.
There's something to be said for embracing who you are.
Every day I get more and more honest.
I feel good about the work I do on Survivor and am proud of my contribution.
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