We’re down to Week 9 on Survivor 2016 and there are still 47 castaways left on the season. With just a few more weeks to go we’ll need to start seeing some rapid fire, mass vote-off’s to get us down to the finish line as the Millennials vs Gen-X battle continues.
Last week the three newer tribes consisting of the two original divides all came back together with Millennials holding a numbers advantage that they decided to dismiss with the elimination of Michelle. Now the count is even as we head in to the next round of competitions and a new vote on Wednesday.
Check out who is left in the tribes for Week 9 of Survivor 2016 as the tribes have merged and now we’re working through the growing pain of old and new alliances colliding on the Fiji beach.
This week on Survivor 2016 Michelle Schubert was the first of the merged tribe to be voted out when her Millennials alliance decided she was the one to go. Now as the first arrival at Ponderosa Michelle had the chance to quietly reflect on her game the direction of her life.
Watching this week’s Survivor Ponderosa video reminded me of just how great these are and have been done in recent seasons. Really good work by whoever is putting these together. And of course it reminded me of how much I want to go on a vacation to somewhere like that!
Ready to find out who was voted off Survivor last night as the three tribes of Season 33 met in the middle to face the Tribe Merge and see which side could hold off and build a numbers advantage as the Millennials were one up on the Gen-X but original alliances clearly don’t hold as much weight as we might have expected.
Ikabula experienced their one and only loss last week and now the merge has arrived with thirteen of the season’s original twenty castaways. Time for everyone to settle in as one big happy family, enjoy a huge meal, and then immediately start plotting against one another. Good times on Survivor 2016 this week!
Drop your Buffs because it’s time for the Tribe Merge tonight on Survivor 2016’s Millennials Vs Gen-X and while those tribe divisions are long gone the alliances are still running beneath the surface.
We’ve got all three tribes coming together at one camp, Vinaka, after Michaela’s elimination last round and the Millennials hold a one count lead over the Gen-X. So can they keep that strength alive and widen the gap tonight?
Week 8 of Survivor 2016 already?? How did this happen and why do I feel like I’m still waiting for this season to take off? Well here we go heading in to the last third of the Millennials Vs Gen-X season and we’ve got the big Tribe Merge event arriving this week.
Last week we said goodbye to Michaela after Jay decided she was just too smart and effective with her efforts to move the team along. He pulled together the votes and sent her packing just shy of the Merge and that leaves the Gen-X side in one spot better than they might have. Let’s see if they squander the opportunity.