Tonight on Survivor 2012, will Jeff’s cover be blown? Will the season’s first med-evac occur? Will the Matsing tribe become extinct? These are all questions we have going into tonight’s episode of Survivor Philippines.
From the show preview posted below, Dawson is onto Jeff’s secret (as she has been since day one). Will others find out that Jeff was a pro baseball player?
The preview also gives us a peek at a “dramatic illness.” It looks like it’s Dana that is at risk of leaving the game due to medical reasons. From the preview, we can gather that the medic clears Dana to continue in the game, but then it’s left up to her. Will she stay or will she go?
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Last week on Survivor Philippines, we saw Abi and R.C. go from best friends to sworn frenemies. All because of Pete’s little mischievous game play.
Now we’ve got Blair, I mean Lisa, in this Survivor 2012 Secret Scene weighing in on it all and how she can use their little tiff to her advantage.
“I’ll play both sides as much as possible,” Lisa said. “If I have to choose, I’ll choose the alliance of four. But it would be foolish of me to give the hand to RC.”
It sounds like RC could be the one in trouble if their tribe finds itself at tribal council anytime soon. Check out the Secret Scene below to find out what all Lisa had to say about the feud between Abi and RC. Be sure to check back Wednesday night for the full recap of the latest episode.
This week on Survivor 2012, the Matsing tribe will have to make do with only two members. After voting off Russell last week, Malcom and Denise have to keep things together themselves. So they have to win the challenge or find the hidden immunity idol that’s “right beneath their noses” or they’re toast.
With Matsing down to only two members, the idol is there only hope,” Jeff says in the preview posted below, “and for Kalabaw, everything is about to change.”
It sounds like someone might be heading off the island for yet another medical emergency.
This week on Survivor Philippines, we saw that Matsing Tribe lose another immunity challenge and this week, it was returning player Russell Swan who had his torch snuffed.
Now we’ve got his interview form the day after elimination and I’m not sure he ever makes a complete sentence or makes any sense for at least three minutes. And the fact that he says he didn’t learn anything from this experience makes this pretty much the worst exit interview ever.
So what did he have to say about his Survivor 2012 experience this time around?
“Straight up humiliation,” Russell said. “You take a risk every time you come out here. you never know.”
He does admit that he’s coming off as bitter and that it’s going to be a battle to get over the bitterness. He does end up saying “I can’t complain.” I guess he means that he can’t complain any more. Since the first few minutes was nothing but complaining.
He does finally acknowledge that he got to play the game of Survivor twice. Thank you. Some people only dream of playing the game once and never get there. So getting to play twice is rare and amazing. So yeah, in case you can’t tell, Russell’s interview left a bad taste in my mouth. Watch it below and let me know if you had the same response that I did.
This week’s episode of Survivor Philippines opened on the Matsing Tribe feeling defeated the day after their last trip to Tribal Council. It must be hard to swallow, losing the challenge (and a tribe mate) three weeks in a row. Things then started to look up as they vowed to make the best comeback in Survivor history.
Over at the Tandang camp, Pete has planted some chaos among his tribe. That’s all part of his game play. He wants to keep everyone confused and on their feet so they can play his game instead of their own, he says. So what did he do? He planted the immunity idol clue so that Abi and RC will freak out on each other. And it works perfectly. They go from a touch alliance of two to basically sworn enemies. Good gameplay, Pete.
Meanwhile, the Kalabaw Tribe is shifting. Jeff, realizing that Jonathan has the idol, has decided to change his focus from getting the veteran player out to aligning with him. Along for the ride is Carter. And left out in the cold are the girls. But of course they can just form their own alliance and be three strong when the merge comes. If they can wait it out.