Back on the way to camp, Erik isn’t feeling well. He started to feel like this during tribal. Jeff arrives with the doctor. Erik had fainting or dizzy spells. He gets an IV. The docs are concerned that he’s entered a starvation state and that his body can’t compensate anymore. His blood pressure is too low. The doc pulls Erik out of the game.
Eddie feels like he’s a sitting duck unless he wins immunity. He tells Cochran that if he wins immunity, he thinks that his alliance will vote to evict him. That makes Cochran wonder.
At the same time, Dawn is talking to Brenda. They think that they will vote for Cochran if Eddie wins immunity. They have Erik with them and talk about going to the final three. They decide on Cochran. Erik has played Survivor for 70 days. He says that today was one of the hardest days.
Malcolm went home. Reynolds is happy he’s still in the game. He thinks he can win immunity challenges in a row. Cochran wants to take control of the game. The next day, they get tree mail and it’s about immunity. Erik wants Reynolds gone because he’s a threat.
Michael is trying to recover from losing Matt. Corinne wants to keep her gay in the game, her words, not mine. Philip sees Corinne talking with others and decides that she needs to leave. He talks with Cochran.
Brandon definitely made Survivor history last week. The tribe unanimously decided to get rid of Brandon. Back at Bikal, the tribe is still reeling about what Brandon did. They are worried about how much the tribe of fans will finally get some momentum.
Even The Specialist couldn’t tell you what’s going on with him.
Philip about Brandon
Philip wants to get rid of Corinne. At Gota, the tribe receives tree mail.
So another blond chick got evicted last week. I wasn’t surprised. Back at camp, Eddie is annoyed. He takes it up with his tribe. He gets into Sherri’s face, and she isn’t happy about it. Reynolds blames Laura for making him look like a fool.
Reynolds is an idiot for so easily showing his idol. It has almost no power now. The power of the idol resides in the fact when no one knows about it. Reynolds makes a big deal about playing the game. Shamar starts getting in his face. They start arguing. Shamar starts yelling at everyone. If he was at a bar, he could get kicked out.