This week on Survivor One World it’s “Troyzan vs. everyone else,” according to the preview for tonight’s episode.
And that seems to be exactly what’s, in Tarzan’s words, afoot. If Troy doesn’t want to go home tonight, he’s going to have to win immunity. That seems very obvious. So, like the preview says, it’s not just a game anymore, it’s war.
The official CBS show summary: Castaways go on the attack when one tribe member forces a confrontation, and a heartfelt message from home brings the Tikiano tribe to tears.
Be sure to check back during the show for Matt’s live coverage and elimination results and come back tomorrow for my complete recap of the episode.
Even though we already know all about how smart the Survivor One World guys are, the girls still want to point it out.
In our Secret Scenes this week, we’ve got Alicia flat out saying how dumb they are and then we’ve got Sabrina weighing in on poor Jay’s not-so-smart decision to take the wings and beer last week instead of immunity.
So which of the guys will be next to go this week? Will Troy’s paranoia get the best of him or save him?
Last week on Survivor One World, Jay was blindsided and sent packing and this week he continues to answer the questions we’re all wondering. Why did you trust so much? Why did you throw away immunity for chicken wings?
Natalie G.: Why did you tell the girls about the idol and what made you think that you were safe after seeing the others guys voted off back to back?
Jay: I told them about the idol because I trusted Kim and Chelsea. I thought they would go along with the normal plan. I knew the girls would turn on me at some point but I thought the other guys would go before I did. I just trusted them.
This week the Survivor One World girls continued their wrath as they blindsided Jay. The day after his elimination, CBS sat Jay down for an exit interview. After a shower and a shave, of course.
Jay talks about his Survivor 2012 experience making him appreciate the things he has in life like family. He now plans to spend more time with his family.
He also hopes he didn’t make a fool of himself too often. And he didn’t. Until he gave up individual immunity. He talks about that. And it all comes down to trust. But if you’ve ever watched a game like this, you know you can’t trust anyone. Poor naive Jay.
This week’s Survivor One World opened on some major foreshadowing. Jay tells the others that he had a dream he got shot. He shrugs it off and moves on.
Tarzan is trying to convince the other guys that the girls are still working together and will pick the men off one by one. He’s finally making some sense, but no one is having it. Oh Tarzan. The tribe gets tree mail telling them about their reward challenge. It’s a do-it-yourself challenge. I guess Jeff needed the day off. The tribe has to split into two teams and the winning team wins a boat ride from the Survivor 2012 island to a private island for a barbecue.
The red team consists of Kat, Troy, Jay, Tarzan and Alicia. The black team is Kim, Leif, Chelsea, Christina and Sabrina. The red team wins and they head off on their boat ride to good food. They enjoy fish, crab and chicken and some rum and beer.
Gameplay talks soon start and Jay is trying to make sure his “alliance” is on his side. He wants Kim and the other girls to vote Christina or Alicia off this week and they all play along, all while planning to blindside him or Troy. So the suspense of this episode leaves right then and there. We know that Troy has immunity and if Jay doesn’t win the immunity challenge, he’s gone.
There’a glimmer of hope for Jay when Chelsea starts feeling bad for lying to his face, but the other girls reel her in and make sure she’s thinking with her head and not her heart.
The women are sticking together and that’s that.