Last night on Survivor 2016 another castaway was voted off Millennials Vs Gen-X when one of the two tribes returned for their second date night with Jeff Probst in Fiji for Season 33.
Last week we saw hearts all aflutter at the Millennials camp between Taylor and Figgy along with heart scares over at Gen-X, but thankfully Paul was okay there. So what was the drama this week? We know HGs were going to be drawing stones and a few lucky ones get a special meal with the enemy. Good times ahead.
Survivor 2016 is back tonight as the Millennials vs Gen-X tribes face off in the third week of the season for the chance to take the lead in the numbers advantage. We’ve got a “game changing twist” ahead that looks to bring some of those tribes together in the middle.
While the initial look was a possibly tribe split for a third tribe, I don’t see that happening and instead am expecting both tribes will send a few castaways to a lunch reward where they’ll get an upclose look at the opposition and possibly their future merged tribemates.
The Survivor 2016 tribes are heading back to land for this week’s Immunity Challenge but it won’t be an easy one with a big weight ready to be set on their shoulders to make it through with a safe pass from the next Tribal Council.
Both tribes are down a castaway so no one should have to sit out this week. They’ll all line up in their groups and race across a short obstacle field before hurling sand bags at a stack of blocks. First one to take them all down wins Immunity.
Now both tribes are balanced back out after one loss from each of their original ten leaving us with 18 castaways. So maybe we’ll have something going on with the tribe arrangements, but that’d sure be early if they pull a move like that in Week 3.
Next time on Survivor 2016 the Millennials and Gen-X tribes will face a “game changing twist” as CBS promises and we see at least one of the tribes will be drawing stones.
With two castaways eliminated so far on Survivor this season we’re down to 9 on each tribe leaving 18 players in the game. So what could the game be up to with so many people left on the Survivor beaches? Third tribe, anyone?