Last week on Surivor One World, Tarzan’s underwear was the hot topic (at least it’s no longer Colton). Were they poopy or weren’t they?
In this secret scene Chelsea talks more about his “nasty, brown, stained underwear.” And I get where she’s coming from. The conditions on the island are unpleasant enough without throwing your cloting into a pot of poo stew. I’m on your side Chelsea.
It’s not all about the underwear, though. She touches on how random he is and off-the-wall he can be. Then how others, he’s easy to get along with. There’s something deeper going on there with Tarzan. Dementia maybe? I tend to find what’s going on with him to be more sad than annoying.
I’m really starting to wonder what the casting directors were smoking this season when they cast these people. The casting was either amazingly stupid or amazingly brilliant. I’m not sure yet.
Andrew S.: What’s your biggest regret of the game?
Jonas: My biggest regrets were that I was trying to fly under the radar and I was playing more of a passive game than a pro active game. I should have played more aggressively. I should have spent a little less time cooking and fishing and done a little more strategizing.
Carole N.: Are you sorry that you made such strongly worded comments at tribal now, or do you think your fate was sealed before tribal?
Jonas: Absolutely not. I’m glad that I went out fighting. In the end I went out knowing that I tried my hardest to stay in the game.
The day after becoming the lastest tribe member voted off Surivor One World, Jonas sat down for his exit interview.
And for the first several minutes he rambles on and on about a bunch of nothing. I think they gave him the left over champange from the tribe merger or something.
He final starts talking about turning points and what went right and what went wrong. He also talks about being pride of his Survivor 2012 game because he “went out swinging.” He promises he didn’t take anything personally and he’s proud of that. But what about the scheming and plotting? He doesn’t get into details, but he shares what he did to not go crazy with the mental scheming.
Find out what else Jonas had to say below:
Last night on Survivor One World, we got our first taste of the merged tribes and life without Colton. And I must say, it was almost as messy and tragic if none of the things that happened last week happened.
The new tribe, deemed Tikiano, not only bickered most of the episode, they sent home yet another person they shouldn’t have. It was as if they were channeling Colton. I’ll get to that later.
At the top of the show, we’re tipped off right away that no one was actually ready for the Survivor 2012 merge. They’re all back together and sharing one camp and basically no one is happy about that.
At the reward challenge, the tribe splits into two tribes just for the challenge. One one team it’s Leif, Kim, Kat, Michael, Tarzan and Jonas. On the other we’ve got Jay, Chelsea, Alicia, Sabrina, Troyzan and Christina. With Jay and Michael split up, it’s anyone’s game.
Tonight on Survivor One World the show launched with a luxury challenge. The castaways were put back in to two tribes, orange and blue, just for the competition. The reward was pizza, cold beer, and a secret note.
After squandering a huge lead, the orange tribe is the first to bring back all the buried puzzle pieces, but just barely. It’s neck and neck as the puzzles are assembled, but the orange tribe pulls ahead. Troyzan, Alicia, Christina, Jay, Sabrina, and Chelsea take home the luxury prizes.
The orange group winners learn in the secret message that there’s another hidden immunity idol someone around their camps.
Back to individual challenges the remaining castaways head to the immunity challenge. This week’s battle is balance. Each castaway has a round tray and has to balance on a beam while making sure not to let the ball roll off. More balls will be added as the challenge goes on.