Power hungry and just plain hungry for the Survivor 2016 tribes tonight on Millennials vs Gen-X as one side is dealing with a new leader while the other tribe struggles to feed themselves.
We’re in to the fourth week of Survivor, about a third of the way through the season, and things have felt a little slow to take off this season so hopefully we’ll start ramping that up with the return of double challenges in tonight’s show.
We’re already up to Week 4 of Survivor 2016 as the Millennials Vs Gen-X tribal battles continue after last week’s results turne back against Takali again bringing their numbers down to 8 remaining castaways.
Vanua pulled off the Immunity win with quick work of the obstacle course and puzzle challenge which gave the Gen-X a chance to eliminate their burly leader Paul. Now with one strong arm leader gone a new one may be moving quickly to fill the void.
Gen-X may have been able to ditch their leader Paul this week but Ken says a new one has quickly filled the dictator spot as Lucy tries to take over the Survivor tribe.
So now with Paul gone from Survivor Millennials Vs Gen-X you’d think this was Ken’s chance to step in and lead the team he says he knows how to lead. Apparently that doesn’t happen so we’ve got some interpersonal conflicts coming up in the tribe. No kidding, right? But there’s more on the playing field too.
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.