Jeff Probst revealed to EW that unlike past hidden Idols, the Idols on Kaoh Rong can be combined for an even crazier power. So just like before, one Idol works like it always has. You can play it before the votes are revealed, but now if there are two Idols they can become much more useful.
To Tang’s coverage in the photo gallery this round is a little thin with lots more focus on Gondol and then Chan Loh. Maybe that’s telling us something or maybe the photographer just wanted to spend more time with the Beauties and felt a little intimidated by the Mental Giant over at To Tang.
Next time on Survivor 2016 things look to remain relatively calm and focus on the developing dynamics between the tribe members according to CBS’s preview clip.
Update: Preview clip from CBS added below with more sneak peeks.
At the end of this week’s episode we saw a few quick segments for episode two of Survivor Kaoh Rong. First up was Debbie Wanner with Jeff Probst letting us know she’s having trouble fitting in. Peter Baggenstos wonders if she has “thirty cats or forty.” Well that’s not good for her chances of fitting in nicely with the Chan Loh Brains tribe.
The Survivor schedule has new episodes of Survivor 2016 airing on CBS each Wednesday at 8/7c along with live stream broadcasts on CBS’s All Access in most markets. We’re expecting a run of about 12 weeks with new shows before crowning a winning in mid-May.
Unlike some season premieres, this Survivor episode moved along at a pretty good pace and felt like it was filling the time rather than just getting stretched out with fluff. Of course I think I could have done without a segment on ear bugs, but maybe that’s just me.