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Current Podcasts This Week in Survivor History
Guest Appearances The Celebrity Apprentice

Reality TV RHAP-Ups

Past Podcasts Fall of Pirate Master

Jordan Kalish is the co-host of the weekly "This Week in Survivor History" segment.

Rob Has a PodcastEdit

SurvivorEdit

Kalish's "This Week in Survivor History" segment began as a blog posted during Survivor: Cagayan. It took a look at events that happened during the week of the most recently aired episode in past Survivor seasons. Beginning on March 20, 2014,[1] Kalish's blog post transitioned to a podcast a segment between the recap and voicemails section on the weekly Survivor podcast. Beginning in the middle of Survivor: San Juan Del Sur, "This Week in Survivor History" moved to the weekly exit interview podcast. Starting with Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X, the segment took on a different format, where Kalish would pose trivia questions to Rob about episodes that premiered during that week in seasons past. Kalish made a rare non-"TWiSH" appearance as a "Game Changer Expert" in the lead up to Survivor: Game Changers, talking about the 11 things he loves about contestant Tony Vlachos.[2]

Other ShowsEdit

Kalish blogged for The Celebrity Apprentice during the 2012 edition, making appearances on podcasts on April 30[3] and May 12[4], as well as April 7, 2013 after an episode of the 2013 All-Stars edition.[5]

Reality TV RHAP-UpsEdit

Kalish appeared on the "Rise and Fall" series, discussing the short-lived CBS reality show Pirate Master.[6]

Other InformationEdit

  • Kalish is one of the co-writers of the parody songs "What Does the Llama Say?", "Burp it Off", "Hello, Peih-Gee", and "Doctor Peter".
  • A recurring joke has come up on the "This Week in Survivor History" podcasts where Rob Cesternino will purposely mangle the pronunciation of Kalish's last name.
  • Another recurring joke is the similarities between Kalish and Spencer Bledsoe's voices. This came to fruition during one week of Survivor: Worlds Apart, where Bledsoe allegedly appeared on the segment pretending to be Kalish.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Denise Stapley on Making the Most of the Survivor Tribe Swap
  2. Game Changer Cast Preview #3: All About Tony Vlachos
  3. Round 382 of Dayana Mendoza vs. Lisa Lampanelli on Celebrity Apprentice
  4. Did the Right Man Win the Celebrity Apprentice
  5. Fun With Selling and Spelling Melania Trump
  6. The Rise and Fall of “Pirate Master”

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