Reward is back and after last week’s helicopter ride around the Kaoh Rong beaches it’ll be hard to top that adventure, but any chance at a break from rice and the campsite will be a welcomed diversion.
We’ve got an even number of castaways left on Survivor this week and a team event so everyone gets to play for a change. Here’s a look at the teams and what they’ll be doing for a chance at luxury for the afternoon.
After last week’s Tribal Council elimination of Julia we saw Jason earn a stay of at least another week but now he might have a better chance than we thought. With the dismantled Brawn alliance pushed to the back burner it may be time to look at another target.
There are only six castaways left and with three set to go before the Jury that gives us three more rounds of eliminations and set us up for the Survivor finale date.
Next time on Survivor 2016 Kaoh Rong, with just six castaways left in the game there are about to be some frantic decisions with power struggles to secure the ideal final three. Who will come out on top in that struggle?
We saw Jason get a reprieve this week when Julia became the target and now he may slip even farther down the ladder of priorities as allies start to flip.
This week’s Survivor Kaoh Rong took us down to just a handful of castaways left on the beaches of Cambodia as Jason and Julia struggled to overcome the tough odds against them and the dominant alliance debated their best path ahead.
Michele, Aubry, and Cydney enjoyed the reward adventure of a helicopter ride while Tai took a roller coaster ride of his own. Would the tribe target him and his extra powers or would they keep their sites set on dismantling the former alliance threat of Jason, Julia, and Scot?