For whatever reason Survivor is again doing a teams event with an odd number of players instead of individual reward with odd numbers and teams with even numbers. So yes, someone will have to sit out.
Tai turned on his trio at the last Tribal Council for Survivor 2016 and that’s put Jason and Julia in a tough spot as being on a very short list with only seven players left in the season. They won’t go quietly though.
Jason is ready to get revenge, but he’ll need numbers to do that. Will the rest of the Dara tribe be ready to turn on Tai after he did them a solid of not creating the Super Idol?
Now in the eleventh week of the 32nd season we’ll see if Tai’s decision to go back on his trio was the right move or if it’ll bit him in the rear and send him off to Ponderosa next.
What a night on Survivor Kaoh Rong that was! Another surprise elimination vote when Tai made a common sense decision to keep his Immunity Idol for himself. But will that cause problems for the rest of his journey? And who wouldn’t want to be sitting next to Kyle & Scot at the end? What an easy win that’d be, right?
Well the game has changed again as Scot heads to Ponderosa and the tribe slims to just seven castaways and four more eliminations before the season finale. One of these players will walk away with a cool million dollars.
Scot lost almost fifty pounds during his time on Kaoh Rong which seems like it must be a record or close to it. On his ride out of the game he comments about being blindsided because he’s such a threat. Well, Jason couldn’t be voted out and Tai, who was more of an individual competition threat, didn’t act like an unlikable jerk so there may have been more to it. This is really only more of a blindside in the way that Scot never stopped to think he was vulnerable.