Luke has been covering Survivor and The Amazing Race for TV Fanatic ever since he sent the TV Fanatic's editor-and-chief an overly excited email about Suvivor: Heroes vs. Villains in January 2010. When he's not drooling over Boston Rob's gameplay, he spends his days doing business management for the Boston University Athletic Department.
His produst achievements to date are finally breaking 80 in the summer of 2011 at the Captain's Golf Course in Brewster, MA and being part of the 2007 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox.
Luke lives in Boston, MA with his longtime girlfriend and Survivor Round Table participant, Jane Murray.
You can follow Luke on Twitter @LilLukeD.
A self proclaimed pawn was sent home this week on Survivor. With the chess analogy fully in hand, our Round Table writers debate which pawn should have been home and what chess pieces the other players represent.
Marty's probably not the greatest Survivor player of all time, but he's definitely a candidate for the luckiest. Our review looks at Marty's growing luck and the young La Florians increasingly bizarre decisions.
The Amazing Race has evolved quite a bit over the seventeen seasons it has been on the air. Some of the changes have been good. However, sometimes the changes leave us with an episode where nothing happens.