Here’s a Survivor spoilers look at tonight’s Immunity Challenge with some photos and a preview video of the Dream Team in action.
The challenge is called “Ram-Ball On” and once again I’m reminded why I’d be terrible at this game. Castaways have to balance a cue ball on a stick (they lost me already) then walk along an obstacle course and keep adding more poles to the stick as they go. If they drop the ball or stumble then it’s back to square one.
Once castaways reach the far side they’ll use the cue ball to release a key and retrieve a set of bean bags. Those bags are then thrown at pedestals to knock off little fixtures. First player to clear all the pedestals wins Immunity at the upcoming Survivor Tribal Council.
There’s seriously not a chance I’d make it to the other side of the field to even begin the second phase. I’d Colton this one and chuck my ball out to the beach after a few trips back to the start.
Check out the pics below and then watch the video to see how it all plays out. I’m guessing Monica won’t have an advantage in this one like we’ve seen recently on Survivor.
Survivor Spoilers: Ram-Ball Challenge Preview Video
The big hype this week on Survivor 2013 Blood Vs Water is whether or not Gervase will flip on Tyson and vote him out. We know Hayden is going to be pushing for Kasama tribe to rally and turn on their perceived leader, but will it work?
In the “bonus video” segment from this past week we get to hear Gervase discuss how much he trusts Tyson and how well it’s benefited his game to align with him and then to also bring in Monica. There’s just no way Gervase is going to flip on Tyson. It won’t happen. Gervase would be at the bottom of the list if he moved over to join Hayden and he’d likely alienate the other remaining Vet, Monica.
CBS wants us to anticipate another blindside this week at Tribal Council, but it won’t happen. If you were Gervase would you consider going against your closest ally to benefit someone else’s game? Is there any way this move would be good for Gervase or is it only for the Newbie’s advantage? Share your thoughts!
Survivor 2013: Gervase On Tyson & Monica
Survivor 2013 Blood Vs Water isn’t proving to be too kind to the Newbies this season as they’ve fumbled opportunities and watched their numbers dwindle. One of the few remaining Newbies, Hayden Moss, isn’t going to go quietly in to the night on this front. This week he looks ready to take a stand, but will it reward or cost him?
In the upcoming episode’s preview we see Hayden make their attempt on Tyson’s game fully transparent. Once the tribe arrives back at camp following Caleb’s vote-out Hayden announces that if anyone left doesn’t want to end up in second place then they better get rid of Tyson now. It’s a bold move.
Of course the Newbies tried last week when they needed four votes to send Tyson packing off to Redemption Island. Sadly for them Ciera thought she had a better shot among the Vets than the Newbies and so she turned on them to protect Tyson.
This week Hayden will need four votes yet again, but this time he’ll only have three Newbies which means he’ll need a Vet to turn on another Vet. Can Hayden pull that off? In the preview clip below we see him working on Gervase who just might be open to the idea. Think he’ll turn on his close ally Tyson? Why? So he can become the lowest member of the totem pole of the Newbies alliance? I doubt it.
Survivor 2013 – Hayden Makes A Move – Preview:
The Survivor Blood Vs Water finale is closing in and after last week’s surprising turn of events with Caleb’s vote-out we could definitely be in store for some more exciting fun. Vytas has been eliminated and sent off to Ponderosa which opens a new spot at the Redemption Island arena.
Here’s a run down of who is left on Kasama, the merged tribe for Survivor 2013:
Over at Redemption Island we’ve got:
- Laura M
And of course in the Jury you’ll find:
So there are six players left on Kasama, three at the arena, and two in Jury. One of those three on Redemption Island will come back in to the game, and we should be getting close to when that happens.
Next up this week is yet another attempt by the Newbies to overthrow Tyson from his throne. I’m guessing it goes about as well as the last round!
Where do you see this going next on Survivor?
Vytas was eliminated this week on Survivor 2013, but on the plus side he was reunited with his brother Aras! Okay, that’s probably not much of a consolation. Here’s Vytas’s Ponderosa arrival video and it kicks off with him discovering he lost 19 pounds during his time on Survivor. Wow!
As Vytas heads off to the resort we hear a lot of smack talk over Laura’s decision to help Tina complete her puzzle. He was pretty upset (rightfully so) and he doesn’t hold back in his commentary. Then over at the resort he’s still busy blaming others for his loss.
Vytas says he’s sorry he didn’t win and was knocked out when he had so much game left in him, but he is happy for the time he got to spend with his brother and to have a chance at the game.
Watch the video below and see the rest of Vytas’s Ponderosa interview:
Survivor 2013: Vytas at Ponderosa