Scot promises that now they’re going to make life miserable around camp. Huh. Well what where they doing before? We’re going to watch them all the way to the end, won’t we? Ah well. The final nine castaways carry on tonight and this looks like a good one.
The team divisions are interesting on this one and after Aubry’s horrendous team picks last week I’m guessing she won’t want to be making those decisions again this week. Let’s hope it’s a bit more even this time around.
Now we’re down to just nine castaways and six of those need to be cut to get us to our final three to face the Jury. Those are pretty good odds for making it to the end as we’ve reached the back half of the eliminations.
Lots of good action leading up to the Tribal Council with a lopsided victory at the Reward Challenge and then a brutal Immunity competition that lead to a surprise victory by Tai over Cydney. This season of Survivor continues to deliver and I can’t wait to see where it goes next.
Last night on Survivor 2016 another castaway was voted off and our Kaoh Rong jury grew by one more member as castaway Nick Maiorano heads to Ponderosa following a great blindside when the women joined forces and did their own thing.
Since Neal was at the hospital recovering from his infection Nick actually ended up being the first arrival at Ponderosa this season which is interesting and I imagine a little lonely as he wanted to talk with Neal to get more insight to what happened. He’ll have plenty of time for that later!