Mike Holloway: (Laughs) Holmes: Is that going to be a part of your game? It’s not one shape or size, blonde, brunette, red, blue eyes, green eyes, it doesn’t matter. A good friend of mine came into my house and was like, “Hey, did you see ‘Survivor’?! Holmes: If you could align with any former Survivor, who would it be? I’m doing this for our family.” Those people on the show are strangers. Holmes: Safe to say you have experience roughing it? Me and my cousin, we do survivalist training sometimes. I know how to rub two sticks together to get a fire. You don’t understand the love bond between a man and a younger man that is teaching them how to grow up. Not to idly let things happen, but to be a voice for the voiceless.
Holloway: Yeah, I don’t really think that too many of the girls this season are that attractive. It’s like when you walk into a store and you’re looking for a certain pair of pants. There is one girl here that is extremely attractive. Holloway: Well, I think she’s way too young for me. ” And I said, “You mean the show with the naked guy on it? They will become friends, and some might become family, but they are not who I am playing this game for. Becoming a Christian and having my pastor who is Don Couch mentor me to be a man… Being molested was rough, and it’s something that is with me.
NOTE: is the place to be for all of your “Survivor: Worlds Apart” scoop! Holmes: If there is a twist, what do you think it’ll be? I want to spend seven days in the wild with Bear Grylls roughing it. My mom taught me to pull out chairs for girls, you open doors for girls, if you see someone struggling, lend a helping hand. If I am honest Mike or loyal Mike like I am back home, I’ll be gone first. Not about personal stuff, bonds, friendship, but strategic gameplay. Holmes: It’s one thing to say you’re going to lie to seventeen people you’ve never met. Holmes: Your bio delves into some really personal things; not having a father growing up, being molested as a child…
I delved deep into the Nicaraguan wilderness on a mission to bring you all kinds of stuff including behind-the-scenes tidbits, pre-game interviews with the cast, insights from “Survivor” host Jeff Probst and Challenge Producer John Kirhoffer, a look at the first Tribal Council, and much more. Holloway: Well, I think Jeff might’ve let the cat out of the bag a little bit that there’s not going to be a twist. Besides this, that would be my second most desired experience. But, it’s another to do it to people you’re depending on. Holloway: You don’t have to speak soft when you say those things.
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Hopefully they’ll be attracted to me, because if they are I will definitely be able to use that. So if some of these girls think that, I’ll definitely use it against them. Holmes: You aren’t attracted to any of the women on this season, but what are your overall impressions of the group? I think there are a couple of guys who when the show is over we’ll probably be great friends. But, the type of girl I’m attracted to is not really here. Holloway: (Laughs) Holmes: What kind of woman are you attracted to? I’m normally attracted to really good-looking girls. ” Holmes: (Laughs) Holloway: (Laughs) And he said, “No, that was last season. But, instead of being a hindrance or a crutch, I look at it as a strength now.
I’m a flirter by nature, so anything that I can use to gain confidence on this show, I will use. I don’t know if I’m that good looking of an individual. Holmes: Is there anyone at home that’s going to be upset if they turn on CBS and see you flirting? I haven’t had a girlfriend in a long time just because I’ve been really focused on my career and obtaining some goals. And the same with some of the girls too…well…maybe not after they hear this… Holloway: (Laughs) Holmes: And if they do you’ll have to do some backpedaling. Holloway: Obviously I’ve never been one that’s dated for personality. Holloway: (Laughs) Personality is definitely overrated. If a buddy comes over and says he has a girl with a great personality, run. There’s this guy on there, and he’s from Texas, and he brought this huge Texas flag.” And so, I watched that season. And this guy who was coaching me came in with this 400-page book. I am able to reach out to those people who aren’t able to voice what happened to them and move past it.