It was another very, very close Immunity Challenge and sure enough the power shifted again so still no winning streaks this season for either of the Survivor 2011 tribes. Elyse was eliminated with just three votes so she’ll face off against the only winning streak in this game: Christine. Go figure. Watch the tribal council voting results below.
Savaii Tribe voting – Week 5:
- Jim Rice – Elyse
- Elyse Umemoto – Cochran
- Ozzy Lusth – Cochran
- Dawn Meehan – Elyse
- John Cochran – Elyse
- Whitney Duncan – Dawn
- Keith Tollefson – Dawn
Did Savaii make the right choice by voting out Ozzy’s playmate?
Survivor 2011 South Pacific episode 5 hits tonight on CBS and it looks like this could be another fun one. I’ve been really pleased with this season so far for its entertainment level. Though most anything would probably seem entertaining after last season!
The power has shifted evenly back and forth between the tribes so far this season. I’m anxiously awaiting that double win from one of the tribes. Can Savaii be the first to do it this week? We’ll see soon enough tonight on Survivor.
Survivor 2011 South Pacific is back tomorrow night with its fifth episode and it looks ready to present one nasty challenge to the castaways.
Last week we saw Stacy voted out and sent to face off against her former ally, Christine. Only one of the two will survive this week and that should make for an exciting duel.
Then when things get to the immunity challenge it’ll be messy. Messy and gross. I’m not sure if the challenge is to remove all meat from the bone or to get the most meat in weight on a scale. Either way, I’m just glad I’m not competing in this type of challenge.
Survivor’s preview video for this week is below, but the details are slim. No real indication of who might be going after one another next, but those clips are usually misleading anyway. Probably just safe to assume they’re all going after each other. That works, right?
The 23rd installment of Survivor has climbed all season in its ratings before leveling out for the past two weeks which is an encouraging sign for the aging series. What do you think has kept the interest alive for Survivor South Pacific?
After last season’s week after week bore-fest of anyone who opposed Boston Rob getting knocked out I think things have been kept much more interesting this time around with the weekly shift of power. The Baby Hantz infused drama probably isn’t hurting things either. Let’s hope this pace keeps rolling all season.
Once again it’s all Brandon Hantz and fighting his demons on Survivor South Pacific but instead of uniting Upolu, it drives a further wedge between his tribe mates and his core alliance of five, sometimes six. He cries constantly which may show his young age as he says he let his pride get to him. He apologizes to Mikayla and then turns to Edna and apologizes for lying to her and tells her there alliance of six is really a group of five. Basically he tells her she is indespenscible to the team. Edna seems shocked and decides to work on social game which gets her no where among her group since she is completely annoying and talks way too much.
Over at Savaii, Jim, still sketchy and paranoid from marijuana withdrawal, makes a two person deal with Cochran to vote out Elyse since she and Ozzy are getting comfortable in the hammock. This of course makes Cochran happy but he is wary of Jim and compares him with a used car salesman. The two make their way to Redemption Island to watch the dual between Christine and Papa Bear. Brandon and Edna go from Upolu and Brandon once again feels the need to apologize and this time to Christine and says he has turned over a new leaf. Christine accepts his apology but claims buying what he says is another thing. She completely dominates the challenge and send Papa Bear home and returns to RI to await her next opponent.