Immunity is back up for grabs tonight on Survivor 2014 as Hunahpu looks to continue their domination over Coyopa in “Game of Throw-ins.”
The challenge this week requires the teams to be split in to pairs and tethered up before entering the arena. The tethered tribal pairs will race through an obstacle course to find their team’s colored ball before snaking their way back to the center. Once they get close enough the players will shoot baskets in to a center column. First tribe to make a basket in each round scores a point.
In the video clip below John says this could be a Survivor classic, but let’s wait and see how it plays out. Speaking of classics, I’m waiting for a water challenge. Where are those these days?
See photos below of the Survivor 2014 castaways in action and watch the video of the Dream Team putting the Immunity Challenge to the test.
Tonight on Survivor, Blood Vs Water continues with the third episode following last week’s elimination of another Coyopa castaway and offers a chance for Hunahpu to finally find their way to Tribal Council.
After back to back Immunity Challenge loses, well really all competitions, Coyopa is in desperate need of a win if only for emotional support. Could that either be with this week’s Exile challenge between Keith and Wes or a chance at immunity with the tethered ball toss challenge.
There’s also more drama coming up with John Rocker so I guess CBS will get their money’s worth out of bringing him back to the spotlight for seemingly no other reason than his interview from fifteen years ago. I’d rather just have Survivor drama.
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Another pair of loved ones on Survivor 2014, Blood Vs Water, are preparing to enter the Exile Island area this week and here’s your first look at what to expect.
This week on Survivor (spoilers ahead) we’ll see Keith and Wes Nale enter the arena and face off in a plate stacking contest. Time to see if Wes can erase that flint-losing screw up from their arrival night and prove his chops against his dad.
The overall challenge doesn’t appear to be too complicated and may simply involve (heh, “simply”) taking the stack of plates from one table across to the other and resting them on top of a small block. I’m guessing slow and steady wins the race on this win. Probably a good choice for Coyopa that they didn’t go with John again for that.
Take a look at the Survivor photos below and see which castaway you think will have a better shot at winning this Exile Island challenge.
Entering the third week of the Survivor 2014 season only sixteen castaways remain on the San Juan Del Sur beaches with another preparing to depart this week.
Coyopa continues to struggle after another week of losses in every competition they’ve faced. Is Coyopa trimming the dead or just getting cut to pieces here? If they keep down this path then Hunahpu will have a healthy lead going in to the Merge, but we’ve still got plenty of time for that.
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways on each of the two tribes:
Val Collins– eliminated last week
- Baylor Wilson
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Alec Christy
- Josh Canfield
- Wesley Nale
- Dale Wentworth
- John Rocker
- Jeremy Collins
- Missy Payne
- Jon Misch
- Drew Christy
- Natalie Anderson
- Reed Kelly
- Keith Nale
- Kelley Wenworth
- Julie McGee
Next time on Survivor Blood Vs Water, John Rocker’s past controversy is revealed when Jeremy outs the story to the rest of the Hunahpu tribe. I guess someone wasn’t happy when he saw his wife had been voted off.
CBS has decided again this week to not post their “next time on” promo, but if you caught it at the end of this week’s show you saw things were looking rough for Rocker. Jeremy tells his tribe about John’s interview with Sports Illustrated in 1999. By the time the tribes meet again on the Immunity Challenge field things have heated up enough that words are exchanged, but doesn’t look like it’s more than that.
We’ve also got a glimpse here that Keith and Wes will be this week’s pair to compete in the Exile Island Challenge. Should be fun to watch!
Extended preview clip here from Jeff’s interview with Val Collins showing Hunahpu having some trouble with Drew. Could his laziness really be enough to land him in the hot seat? Of course Coyopa would have to win a challenge for that to happen.