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Podcast #118 – Interview with Evan Smith & Kaci Campbell of “Temptation Island” (Separately)

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Certainly one of the podcasts I’m guessing most fans of “Temptation Island” are looking forward to hearing. All season we’ve had Kaci Campbell on to recap that week’s episode, but for a few weeks now, I knew episode 6 was gonna be the game changer. We’d seen Evan and Morgan starting to develop feelings, then eventually kiss two weeks ago, then get really close to having sex last week, and then, well, you saw what happened on Tuesday. They finally went through with it. Then Kaci refused to watch at bonfire and stormed off. All of that is covered in this week’s podcast as Evan joins me first to talk about his mindset going into the show, how the relationship with Morgan developed to the point it did, what we’re not being shown, and does he feel remorse for what happened. Then Kaci will join me to talk about the events of episode 6, and I will fill her in on some of the things Evan said in his podcast and get her reaction to that. I don’t expect many of you to agree with what Evan did on the show, I certainly don’t, but he wanted to explain his actions to everyone and I was no doubt gonna let him do it. My impression is Evan is a good guy at heart who makes some really bad decisions. As always, if you want to respond to the interview, please include Evan and Kaci’s Twitter handles (@EvanSmith22, @Kaci_Breanne) in your replies. I get that a lot of you are upset with Evan, but if you’re going to reply, no need to resort to name calling and hate. It’s pointless. Enjoy the podcast…

You can listen to today’s podcast on a number of platforms, but you can also tune in by clicking the player below:


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Music written by Jimmer Podrasky
(B’Jingo Songs/Machia Music/Bug Music BMI)

Evan joins me to talk about where he and Kaci were at in their relationship when the show started (6:08), his last time with Kaci before they were separated on the island (10:43), women fighting over him (12:07), any part of him that didn’t want to do the show (19:21), embarrassing Kaci by his actions (21:42), having more than a physical attraction to Morgan (24:34), having sex with Morgan (27:06), he and Morgan falling in love (30:11), the “once a cheater, always a cheater” comment (35:07), thoughts on the other couples and the bonds form (39:57), and his reaction to watching Kaci choosing not to watch his bonfire clip last episode (44:33). Then Kaci joins me to talk about episode 6 and react to some of what Evan said (53:49).

Twitter – @EvanSmith22
Instagram – evanchristiansmith
Twitter – @Kaci_Breanne
Instagram – kaci_campbell

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. shenanigans

    February 22, 2019 at 11:53 AM

    Steve asked us to keep our comments nice, so I will comply.

    Kaci deserves SO much better than Evan. He is like a piece of dirty old gum that is stuck to the bottom of her shoe. Once she scrapes it off, she will be SO much better off.

  2. sroses

    February 23, 2019 at 8:49 AM

    Do I believe ‘once a cheater, always a cheater’? No, but Evan probably is. The fact that he even keeps trying to justify his cheating and refuses to own up to it as ‘cheating’ shows he isn’t mature enough for a monogamous relationship. Great podcast, but Steve gave Evan a little too much credit for him feeling guilty. Vocalizing that you did something wrong is a step in the right direction, but continuing to act badly when you know better is almost worse than acting in ignorance. Kaci’s ability to stay so level headed throughout this is incredible. As much as the situation sucks, I hope this show was the push she needed to get out of relationship that was clearly less than what she deserves.

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