Survivor tribe Hunahpu is facing a “stiff penalty” according to host Jeff Probst this week when they must barter for rice after finding themselves with no food left at camp.
After the Shuffle that sent the careful eaters of Coyopa to the greedy Hunahpu camp there was shock among the Coyopa castaways at just how much Hunahpu had been eating under the chef guidance of Missy. Seems Missy can’t count and now Hunahpu is out of rice and she’s off to clear the shelves of a new camp instead.
Hunahpu made a plea to Jeff for some rice following their Immunity victory which he promised to address after that night’s Tribal Council. Now the time has arrived and Hunahpu may not like what has to happen to secure their next meal.
In the preview clip Jeremy tells us he’s worried Jeff will clear out their tribe for the trade and he doesn’t want to let that happen. Alec thinks Jeff could dismantle their camp for the food. Heck, I was hoping it’d be something more extreme like a sudden death Tribal Council in exchange for food.
Jeff chastises the new Hunahpu for their careless behavior to get themselves in this position but that seems like a very unfair statement to the members of Coyopa who have joined them. Perhaps the punishment would be applied just to those four original Hunahpu members? Yeah, probably not. That’s not the Survivor way, is it?
What do you think will happen on the next Survivor 2014? What would be a fair trade?
Just thirteen castaways remain as we enter the half-way point of the season which means we’re going to see things squeeze tighter as players scramble to secure their safety ahead of the merge. Last week’s decision by Jon and Jaclyn to side with Missy and Baylor surprised me, but we’ll have to wait and see if it was the right choice.
Next up it’s time to find out what the new Hunahpu will have to give up to secure some food after the foolish decisions made by the old tribe. This should be fun.
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways on each of the two tribes going in to Week 6:
- Baylor Wilson
- Missy Payne
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Jon Misch
- Dale Wentworth
Kelley Wentworth– eliminated last week
- Keith Nale
- Reed Kelly
- Josh Canfield
- Jeremy Collins
- Natalie Anderson
- Wesley Nale
- Alec Christy
- Julie McGee
Next time on Survivor Dale Wentworth makes a bold move when he fakes having a Hidden Immunity Idol to raise his position in the Coyopa tribe.
At the start of the season we saw Dale pull a small token off the water well and drop it in his pocket with plans for it later. Now with his daughter Kelley eliminated from the newly formed Coyopa tribe it seems his options are running thin. That brings us back to his sneaky plan.
In the sneak peek clip below Dale reveals his going to put his fake Idol in to play to see if it can buy him some more time on the beach. Dale takes the fake Idol to Jon, shows it off, and it seems to get traction. Nice move by Dale, but let’s see how far it really gets him.
Now that we’re getting a little deeper in to the season we’re hearing more interesting conversations coming out of these interviews so you can expect some better things.
Kelley reveals that their tribe was well aware of Drew throwing that comp last week since he had told Jeremy and Jeremy told other tribe members. The women had already planned to target Drew so there was no confusion or chaos for them like the guys experienced and caused a big loss for their advantage.
As for the Tribe Shuffle, Kelley and Reed weren’t surprised when Jeff announced it because they are both superfans. Kelley says she lost a great position in Hunahpu when things changed. She was glad to play with her dad, but the other couples made her nervous. Rightfully so apparently.
Check out Kelley’s Survivor Live interview below and see what else she had to say including who she’d want to have been on her shuffle and just what was going on with Hunahpu eating all their rice.
Check out Kelley’s full “Survivor Live” interview video with Jeff below and hear what else he had to say about his time on Survivor.
It was a messy night for the Survivor castaways both on the competition field and at Jeff’s Tribal Council. Things got dirty, but who came out clean?
Missy and Baylor dodged a bullet when Kelley was eliminated from the new Coyopa. Seems like most everyone is getting their game dragged down by being reunited with their loved ones. Kelley got eliminated, Missy got pulled in to rice drama, Reed & Josh became the most likely targets on Hunahpu. Not a great time for the pairs. Well, Jon and Jaclyn did alright.
Has the season turned a corner with the new tribes shuffled together and old alliances forced to find new friends? Things are looking good!
Check out the photos from last night’s Survivor Blood Vs Water courtesy of CBS.