Survivor Ghost Island’s ‘Wandoff’ song parody compilation is here

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One of the greatest gifts to Survivor podcasting is the “Wandoff” from RHAP’s Wiggle Room with Josh Wigler. Here’s every song parody from Ghost Island.

There are plenty of Survivor podcasts out there that can more than whet your whistle for post-show coverage. With exit interviews and recaps being prevalent all the way through to Ghost Island, it’s simply up to you to pick the personalities you like and follow along with their analysis of the game we all know and love.

However, just one podcast has a member of the press and a former player come together in order to talk shop as well as gather all the greatest song parodies Survivor fans can come up with. It’s The Wiggle Room with Josh Wigler, combining the zany analysis of The Hollywood Reporter‘s Josh Wigler with Survivor: The Amazon and All-Stars player Rob Cesternino.

Wigler’s Wanda Shirk impression has spawned into a submit-your-own talent show for the Survivor community called The Wand-Off, producing some truly spectacular songs based on both pop hits and moments from the show. A few months after Ghost Island has finished, we now have a full compilation of all the season’s entries.

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Because of the growing interest in the podcast, there are a lot more entries than what we saw during Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers. For example, you can hear my tired, tone-deaf voice singing “Jacob From Malolo” at 4:55 above, parodying Jacob Derwin’s own song, “Mira From Manhattan.” Somehow, that made it to the honorable mentions!

Though it shows six hours and twenty-one minutes on Audiomack, the real Wand-Off compilation length is about half of that once you click on the link.. It’s full of real bangers, such as “Michael Yerger Just Found The Effing Stick,” “Pirate Named Seabass,” “Desi Got Whacked” and “That’s Malolo.”

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It’s a great primer to serve as both inspiration, catch up on the quality level for entries and learn what works for the crew when sending in submissions for David vs. Goliath when it airs beginning in late September.