The team won the competition. The contestant won the challenge and their pair was safe from elimination. The contestant's partner won the challenge and they were safe from elimination. The contestant did not win any challenge but their pair was safe from elimination. The team survived elimination.
Hampton Fancher, Michael Green Recommended? Almost every interesting idea that lies untended in the fallow thematic field of the movie is about women. Almost all of the interesting characters in the movie are women. Hell, most of the characters with power and authority in the film are women. My science fiction was being watered down by the All-American lowest common denominator.
Etymology[ edit ] The word comes from English dialect geek or geck meaning a "fool" or " freak "; from Middle Low German Geck. In 19th century North America, the term geek referred to a performer in a geek show in a circus, traveling carnival or travelling funfair sideshows see also freak show. Definitions[ edit ] The edition of the American Heritage Dictionary, published a decade before the Digital revolution , gave only one definition: A carnival performer whose act usually consists of biting the head off a live chicken or snake. However, this doesn't mean that the term is meaningless or has lost its meaning over time.