What an awesome episode last night of Survivor South Pacific! We start out with Savaii returning from their first blindside and an incredibly pissed off Ozzy acting like a spoiled child that his girlfriend Elyse got evicted. That being said, you can’t blame him for being mad at Keith. The guys made a final two deal and instead of giving a heads up like any smart player would have done in seasons past (pun intended here), he laid low, didn’t say crap and Ozzy comes out looking like an idiot. However, Ozzy let it get the best of him and pouted like a child for a while and let his tribe know he had the idol but he wisened up and apologized. He’s played this game before so he knows he needs his people at the merge and they have got to have some trust and loyalty. Besides that, he looks hot in his boxers swimming under the water and spearing fish lol.
At the Redemption Island dual, Christine once again is the victor. She’s worn out. She’s tired of being alone but puts her best foot forward and sends Elyse home. I have to give her some props. She rocks in these challenges. Personally I would love to see her reenter the game just to get voted right back out lol. Surely she knows from watching other reality shows including Survivor that her fate has already been decided and she has pretty much zero chance of making it to the finals.
Once again the power shifted this week on Survivor South Pacific when Savaii won the immunity challenge, sending Upolu to tribal council for another vote-off. Along the way Christine managed another win, so next week we’ll see Mikayla face off against her in another Redemption Island arena duel.
Survivor Results: Upolu Tribe voting:
- Brandon Hantz – Mikayla
- Mikayla “Miki” Wingle – Edna
- “Coach” Benjamin Wade – Mikayla
- Albert Destrade – Edna
- Edna Ma – Mikayla
- Sophie Clarke – Edna
- Rick Nelson – Mikayla
Mikayla is sent to Redemption Island after a 4-3 vote.
Did Upolu make the right choice this week on Survivor?
Survivor South Pacific is set to have one of the “top 5″ immunity challenges tonight, according to John Kirhoffer, Survivor’s challenge producer. That sounds promising to me!
This week’s challenge is called “Losing Face” and requires a small team from each tribe to assemble their wheelbarrow, navigate a tight passage, release coconuts, dodge a slalom of logs, and then slingshot targets. Sounds pretty cool! Check out the preview clip below and then be sure to catch Survivor tonight on CBS.
Survivor 2011 South Pacific episode 6 airs tonight on CBS and should keep the tempo drumming along. Last week we saw Elyse voted out in a surprise attack by Jim and Cochran while Keith and Whitney ran for the hills. This week Ozzy should be very irked and maybe even a little frightened that he could be next.
There will be another Redemption Island duel featuring Christine as she’s become a staple of those competitions. Can Elyse be the first to defeat Christine? Either way, I’m just hoping we see a slightly more challenging challenge this time around!
Survivor South Pacific episode 6 arrives tomorrow night and the fallout from last week’s surprise swipe at Ozzy and his alliance with Elyse should be very entertaining to watch. In the preview video below, Ozzy tells his Savaii tribe that he’s now a free agent working for himself. How long before Savaii decides he’s too dangerous and cuts him out entirely?
The first glimpses of the next Survivor immunity challenge looks pretty exciting. The castaways will have to transport coconuts across the playing field and then slingshot them at targets to take them out. I’m still waiting on one tribe to have a 2-weeks-in-a-row streak. Maybe Puolu can finally make that happen!
Which castaway do you hope to see evicted next?