Seven castaways remain in the game and one of them will walk in to tonight’s Tribal Council with few worries, but the other six better watch out!
To win this week’s challenge each player will grab on to a knotted rope and lean back over the water. Overtime Jeff will have them work back down the rope increasing their reclining angle and making things that much tougher. Check out the preview photos below for a sneak peek a the latest challenge.
Last week we saw two immunity necklaces handed out, but it looks like we’re back to just the one. Who will get it this time? Can Mike keep his streak alive or will he have to fall back to his Immunity Idol? We’ll find out tonight starting at 8/7c on CBS.
Tonight on Survivor 2015 the final seven castaways of World Apart face off with an uneven balance of power and a desperate man in their mix.
Last week Shirin Oskooi was voted off despite Mike Holloway’s efforts to bluff her to safety, but the result was effective at showing the cracks in their alliance. Now we’ll get the fallout as the group tries to rebuild trust and press on even with the expectation that Mike still has his Immunity Idol and will force someone from their group to be eliminated.
Challenges ahead tonight feature the local charity reward event where three players will head in to town with a truck load of goodies to share with the local children. As for immunity, the players will be hanging on to ropes with the last to fall securing their safety for one more week.
The sideshow looks to be Rodney and his birthday of disappointment. Rodney likes to take it easy on his birthday and being forced to wash dishes on that sacred day? Unacceptable! Aww, poor guy. We’ll have to see how he holds up to such torture.
Mike Holloway is the odd man out against Rodney, Will, Dan, Carolyn, Tyler, and Sierra but his advantage is an Immunity Idol that isn’t so hidden anymore after last week’s exciting Tribal Council. Then again, if he doesn’t win Immunity he could still be tricked in to a sense of safety, so there’s no guarantee for Mike either.
Mike isn’t the only one with an Idol though as Carolyn has one tucked away and Tyler knows all about it. Then you’ve got Dan with a special power that isn’t as good as an Idol, but with another foresight he could combo that with enough support to shift the target. Tyler also knows about that power though and it could be just enough motive to put Dan on a short list to Ponderosa.
With the path to an assured final six deal on rocky ground someone from their alliance will likely have to go and the fun will be in finding out who is going to be sacrificed. Who do you think will be voted out this week? Vote in our poll below and we’ll let Jeff tally the results.
Teams of three will first unravel a May pole to release a key at the top. They’ll then use unlocked boards to build a ladder and climb to the top for a bag of goodies. Taking that bag through a net they’ll stomp-launch balls at a series of baskets. First team to hit all five baskets wins Reward. Want to find out what they’re playing for? Us too!
Check out the pics below plus the video and then join us back here Wednesday night for Survivor 2015 as we live blog the new episode.
Survivor 2015 continues to be all over the place, and therefore, so do the Survivor Worlds Apart Power Rankings. Last week Shirin’s luck finally ran out, so now it’s time to see where everyone left in the game falls.
Survivor 2015 Power Rankings For Week 11
1. Mike. I’m boosting Mike back to the top tonight because he had back-to-back immunity challenge wins and that hidden idol trick he pulled at Tribal Council was smart and almost worked. It’s proof that he’s one of the better players from the season, even if he’s going home the second he doesn’t have immunity.
2. Carolyn. Also winning immunity was Carolyn. And she’s still got her idol tucked away as well. She steals the No. 2 spot though because she knew that Mike was bluffing and stuck with her vote for Shirin. She’s definitely one of the smarter players in the game.
3. Rodney. Even though Rodney falls to the No. 3 spot, I think he might be in one of the best positions in the game. By the time he becomes the main target, they will be at the end of the game. So unless something plays out weird, I think Rodney is good.