The tribe comes back and Tony says that he voted for Trish. He says he voted strategically. Trish wasn’t a good choice to take to the final four.
Jeremiah was evicted last week because Jefra got cold feet. Spencer and Tasha are still at the bottom. Jefra asks Spencer about the idol.
At Solana, Trish starts talking and Lindsay doesn’t want to hear it. They get into it.
I can’t honestly be in the same sand as you.
It’s not going well for the Brains tribe. Now that JTia is gone, there are only three left on this tribe. They are heading for a merge.
We’re not the Brains tribe, we’re the crapfor-brains tribe. Just a rolling log-jam mess with a couple of nerds on top.
Spencer is the odd man out at Luzon. He should have seen it coming but he didn’t. The girls are going to try and get him out next.
We’re back for another season of Survivor. This isn’t the first time that I’ve seen this on television, but it will be interesting to see what will happen and how long the tribes will stay distinct. There are three groups, brains, beauty and brawn.
It’s taken them 13 days, but Tadhana finally won an immunity challenge. It was stupid to send Laura to Redemption Island. We will see if Aras’ strategy pans out. Probably not. Unless, there’s a big puzzle in which Laura can smoke Brad’s ass.
At Galang, Annoying Laura is surprised to be back at camp. Laura M. looked Aras in the eyes and let him know that about his douchebag move. Aras realizes that he is the ringleader and he’s got no way out, yet.
We’ve heard quite a bit about this season. It’s finally time for it to begin. Returning players will be matched against their loved ones. Gervase, Kat, Rupert, Laura, Colton, Candice, Monica, Tina, Tyson, Aras are starting off with their loved ones at different spots on the island. They are spending the night alone in the jungle with their loved ones.
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.