We’re about to find out who got voted off Survivor 2012 Philippines tonight. Can’t wait to see if Abi has finally worn out her welcome or if Dangrayne will continue to target bigger threats. Let’s find out.
Survivor wastes no time tonight and jumps right in to the luxury challenge with a reward of a spa visit with showers, massages, manicures, and then a huge meal. There were two teams. Red: Carter, Malcolm, Abi, and Pete. Yellow: Mike, Denise, Penner, and Lisa. The task is to flip three huge drums over and have all three of yours flipped before your opponent has the chance to flip any of them back over. It’s really just who is the fastest.
Carter versus Penner ends in a point for Carter (Red). Malcom versus Mike results in a point for Mike (Yellow) after Malcolm forgets to flip his opponent’s drum. Lisa and Abi face off with Abi flipping the wrong drum and gives Lisa (Yellow) another point. Pete goes against Denise and Pete earns a point for Red. Malcolm goes for a rematch against Mike and earns the point for Red after Mike flips the wrong one. Red Team heads off for a big afternoon of rest and relaxation.
Time for tonight’s Survivor immunity challenge. The set up requires a buoy to be untangled and dragged to the end of the first stage. The field narrows as the top competitors move on to the next stage and then the next. They need to get that buoy from one end out to the next.
Tonight we go into the 10th episode of Survivor Philippines and I think America is making a collective wish that it’s Abi who leaves us tonight. Or at least that’s what I’m gathering from all the social media sites. And from the weekly preview posted below.
“They’ve survived severe weather … they’ve survived without food,” says the announcer in the promo. “But can they survive the most annoying castaway ever?”
Yes, Survivor has officially named Abi-Maria the “most annoying castaway ever.” That’s quite the title. So will the most annoying castaway ever stay or go tonight? We’ll have to wait and see. We do know a little more about the episode though, according to CBS:
Castaways compete for a luxurious spa getaway and tempers flare when one castaway returns with a full belly and a bitter attitude, on the next episode of Survivor: Philippines.
Be sure to check back later here for live coverage of tonight’s episode of Survivor Philippines and tomorrow for a full recap of episode 10. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2012 news, results and recaps throughout the week. And you can always join us on Facebook and Twitter to get those sent right to you.
Last week on Survivor Philippines, fans saw a bit of a throw down between Abi and Lisa and were left wanting more when the scene was cut short. Don’t fear, fans. CBS has given us a little more on all that in today’s Secret Scene.
Lisa sits down to talk about how Abi treats her and what she thinks of her almost-former alliance. They’re this close to splitting up, it seems.
“I’m playing to win this game, so I can take what she dishes out,” Lisa said. “If that makes her feel more comfortable, that’s fine with me. I mean I wouldn’t take it in real life …” So allowing Abi to bully her is all part of her game plan.
And I believe her when she says that. She knows what they’re all up to.
“These people are not loyal and they’ve proven that,” Lisa continued. “I know that I was willing to be loyal to the end. and they broke that loyalty and now I’m free to find out if there are others that will be a little nicer.”
Find out what else Lisa had to say in the secret scene posted below. Also, check back in here on Wednesday for live coverage of the next episode. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2012 news, results and recaps throughout the week. And you can always join us on Facebook and Twitter to get those sent right to you.
This past week on Survivor Philippines, the reward challenge resulted in a group of players getting to serve as ambassadors to a local village. They delivered supplies and in turn were treated to a feast.
In the secret scene below, Carter talks about the reward and what it meant to him to earn it.
“It was just a dream come true, “Carter said. “You kind of forget about the game. You get so wrapped up in meeting new people. It’s quite a humbling experience.”
“We’re in this game — this stressful game — and to just come here and laugh and eat and smile with these strangers …” he said. “I knew looking back that this is the reward I wanted to win and go on.”
Find out what else Carter had to say in the video below. Also, check back in here on Wednesday for live coverage of the next episode. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2012 news, results and recaps throughout the week. And you can always join us on Facebook and Twitter to get those sent right to you.
Click Here to Continue Reading »
This week on Survivor Philippines, Artis was blindsided and became the latest player to be voted out of the game.And based on his exit interview posted below, he may be the least bitter and most appreciative contestant to not win the game.
Let’s just say Aritis’ attitude was refreshing compared to Jeff Kent’s when he was voted out of the game.
“All I could think about is what a great feeling,” a cleaned up Artis said in his interview. “There are millions, maybe even billions of people who would die to have their torch snuffed out.”
Now that’s the attitude to have. Artis also picked up a few things from his Survivor experience.
“I learned a lot about myself,” he said. “I’m a city boy. I learned that I could do a lot more than I thought I was capable of.”
He also talks about how he had all the scenarios figured out that would send him home. “So when I saw my name come up, I knew that that scenario had come up,” he said.
Find out what else he had to say in his interview below.