Facing a tough competitor, Manono takes on Salani in the first battle of the night: luxury challenge for the chance to eat ice cream until their stomachs burst.
Surprisingly Manono does way better than I expected but it isn’t enough. Salani wins the challenge and takes the prize. This could be a long few weeks if Manono doesn’t turn this around soon. Let’s see if those spoilers were true.
Before we get to the next challenge there’s drama. Lots of drama! Colton is having a medical situation and it could be appendicitis according to the medical team. Jeff explains to Colton that if he leaves to go to the hospital that he’s out of the game for good. Sure enough, looks like Colton is gone from Survivor One World. Oh, and he took the hidden immunity idol with him as a souvenir. Hah!
Tree-Mail calls both tribes to Council tonight and that’s making everyone nervous. No one knows what is going to happen.
Just ahead of tonight’s Survivor One World episode 6 we’ve got a Survivor spoilers elimination update for you. The spoiler provider shared their details ten days ago and indicated the next two castaways to see their journey end. After last week’s blindside of Monica thanks to Colton’s sneaky moves the spoiler source proved accurate and from what we’ve seen in the previews this seems believable.
Read on for the spoilers or stop now and wait for tonight’s results.
Colton’s World, I mean Survivor One World, continues tonight and as expected, it’s more of the same. And by more of the same I mean Colton. Ugh. How much longer do we have to deal with this?
At least the Survivor 2012 promo posted below did feature another issue that comes up during the issue. Someone needs medical attention… it’ll be interesting to see if it amounts to anything.
Be sure to check back later for the elimination results and show recap.
After the Survivor 2012 tribal switch, the Manono Tribe might be struggling, but it sounds like the Salani Tribe is living the life. At least according to Jay. In this Survivor One World Secret Scene, Jay talks about changing tribes and how his new one one is wonderful.
He discusses all the drama from the all-men tribe and how things are much easier with a mixed gender tribe. “We’re men … We were born to have women around,” Jay said. Well, OK then.
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CBS let some fans ask Survivor 2012 castoff Monica Culpepper some questions following her blindside elimination last week. Here’s what they asked and what Monica had to say about her Survivor One World experience:
Cathy J.: Did you have any kind of gut instinct about the type of person Colton is or did the stress of the show suppress women’s intuition?
Monica: I had a different relationship with Colton because I was his “Momica” from day three…he was incredibly homesick in the beginning of the game and I was a source of support and strength to keep him playing in the game. I felt that he had some sort of loyalty, but I got used.