Survivor 2013 is back with its challenge spoilers this week for episode 4 of Caramoan: Fans vs Favorites. The
immunity reward challenge, “Head and Shoulders,” looks like it’s going to require some serious strength coupled with some light weight castaways. Either that or Shamar will demand to be one of the players getting a free ride across the planks.
The tribes will send six players to “rescue” two players by creating a bridge of steps and having the “trapped” players leapfrog across the playing field to the final tower. First team to get all their Survivor castaways to the other side will win immunity. Looks like fun but glad I’m not playing!
Watch the video below for the Survivor Caramoan spoilers and then get ready for tonight’s show on CBS at 8PM!
Survivor 2013 Caramoan is back tonight and we already know there’s a storm coming, but what the previews haven’t shown us is that someone gets injured and according to TV Guide, the injury could threaten their game.
The main focus tonight, though, seems to be the storm. But I’m more interested to know what happens with the injury. Also tonight, acceding to the special speak peek below, Phillip continues giving his tribe mates ridiculous nicknames, but Andrea is feeling left out because she hasn’t gotten a name yet. Ha. I wouldn’t let that bother you, Andrea. Phillip is kind of crazy.
Be sure to check back later here for live coverage of tonight’s episode of Survivor Caramoan and tomorrow for a full recap of Episode 4. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2013 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 week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan, the villai isn’t a person, but nature. At least according to the promo for the fourth episode of the season.
I’m trying not to be a pessimist, but if I know Survivor, then this little storm will last about 2.5 minutes on our screen. But that doesn’t stop them from playing it up in the promo below.
“The fans think they’ve hit rock bottom …” Jeff says in his most dramatic voice … “but nature proves them wrong.”
And then we get wind of a hurricane hitting the island, which has the rats running for shelter in their shelter! Aaaack! OK, even if the storm only lasts 2.5 seconds, it should surely be worth it.
Be sure to check back here on Wednesday night for live coverage of this week’s episode of Survivor Caramoan. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2013 news, results and recaps throughout the week. And you can always join us on Facebook and Twitter to get those sent right to you.
Everyone’s talking about Survivor 2013 Caramoan’s Shamar and that was the topic of first question Entertainment Weekly had for host Jeff Probst this week.
Jeff explains to the magazine if he’d get rid of Shamar and if he were to do so, how.
EW: Let’s get your take on the Shamar situation. What would you do if you were playing and had a guy that you needed in terms of numbers for a majority alliance, but he was tearing apart tribe chemistry and had already threatened to quit once? Would you keep him or cut him loose?
JEFF PROBST: I would probably go to someone who I felt was on the bottom of the other alliance and make the following case: “We have the numbers and we will vote your alliance out one by one. There is an opening for you to make a move and join us but you have to decide right now.” And then to add a bit of leverage I would add “and if you say no or if you tell anyone else — you will be the next one out.” If they said yes — I’d make the switch and get rid of Shamar. If not, I think you have to hold onto him a bit longer until you have enough numbers advantage that you can spare him. At that point you get rid of him.
This week on Survivor 2013 Caramon, Hope became the third person to have her torch snuffed. And like every week, she took a shower the next day and sat down for her exit interview.
And per usual, she’s not happy that she’s already out of the game but values her experience (same story, different week).
“It was a little disappointing, but one of the most rewarding experiences,” Hope says. “It was a once in a lifetime opportunity and I would definitely do it again. I had a lot of fight left. I still want to be out there right now.”
And one of the lessons that she shares with almost all other castaways is that she surprised herself with how well she did on the island.
“I learned that I didn’t need half the things that I thought I would need,” she said. “I learned that I could handle a lot tougher situations than I thought I could previously. I learned a lot and gained a lot.”