Now only eight castaways remain on Survivor 2016 Kaoh Rong after Debbie was blindsided by her own alliance who thought it better to eliminate an ally than pursue an opposing force. Best of luck to them!
I really don’t get that “strategy” if you must call it that, but was this another Aubry idea? Remember her flip on Peter that cost the Brains their numbers advantage? She might do well with her confessional segments, but I’m curious how much destruction her great ideas have cost her allies.
In the upcoming episode’s teaser we saw Aubry trying to work on Tai, but really if he’s willing to dump water on his tribe’s campfire then I can’t help but think he’s too far gone. Still can’t believe he’d give up his Idol to protect one of them and then not have it for himself later.
More blindsides and more Survivor fun again this week on Kaoh Rong when Debbie was caught off guard and sent packing off to Ponderosa when her alliance decided it was better to eliminate her than to try and snuff out some Idols… yeah.
Things were messy from start to finish as Scot and Jason decided to steal the tribe’s gear and eventually pulled Tai in on the dirty tactics. Reward time drew the lines even deeper with clear divisions as the team picks hide no alliances. Then at Tribal it was the guys’ turn to shake things up leading to the ladies turning on one of their own.
Last night on Survivor 2016 Debbie Wanner fell victim to her own alliance after they got tired of her talking too much combined with a fear of what the guys were doing with their trove of Idols. Now she’s out of the game and off to Ponderosa to await her role on the Survivor Jury.
These Ponderosa videos continue to be an absolute highlight of the week as both the castaways make them to be great fun and the production value on them is just excellent. Combo that this week with Debbie and her stories and you’ve got another winner.
Who was voted off Survivor last night? We’re about to find out as nine of the original eighteen castaways remain on Kaoh Rong and the tension is running high after last week’s blindside against the guys.
This week picked up as the merged tribe heads back to camp and the fog of what just happened starts to wear off. We know Scot and Jason take everyone’s machete and hatchet as part of their “psychological warfare” plan, but now we’ll have to wait and see if that backfires at the next vote. Remember that Jason has an Idol, but Scot does not.