Survivor is back tonight and the Second Chance tribe merge has arrived. The castaways will be caught off guard with the early merge, but these veteran players know what they’ll need to do to keep themselves in the race.
Bayon and Ta Keo are headed together and we’re down with the tribe immunity events during tonight’s Survivor episode before one of the final thirteen of the season are voted off.
This cast knows what to expect and that’s made Probst and company change things up so when the two tribes get notice that it’s time to pick up their stuff and move no one is too sure what’s going on. As Tasha points out in the clip below, she wasn’t expecting this for three or four more rounds, but here it comes.
After jumping from one tribe shuffle to the next we’ve now ditched all that for one big happy family. Wait, did I say happy? It’s merge time and that’s always a lot of fun to see the growing pains play out as one side looks to control the first vote and maintain their advantage.
Things went a lot differently for Woo Hwang on Survivor 2015 Second Chance compared to his first time around, but the result was disappointingly the same for him. Woo walked away again without the million dollars prize, but on the plus side he’s still satisfied with his performance.
In this week’s Survivor “Day After” interview Woo discusses how he’s come to peace with the decisions he made in his first time around, but unfortunately he repeated too much from his season beside Tony to secure a long term game this time.
The unofficial Survivor After Show is here to follow-up with yet another blindside from last night’s show with co-hosts Jerri, Justin and guest Andy Denhart. Check out what they had to say on this week’s blindside and enjoy their Halloween costumes with Justin as Jeff and Jerri as, well, Survivor Jerri.