Survivor 2014 is back tonight as we may be seeing the beginning of the end of the new Solana tribe thanks to Tony’s paranoia over his own alliance.
After weeks of watching Kass self-destruct her team from the inside out it’s time for the other side to fall apart. Or at least that’s what we’re being shown in this week’s previews.
New Solana has the numbers advantage if they stick together, but Tony thinks it’s time to strike first and go after Woo. Can he get the votes on board to make that happen?
Check out the early sneak peeks at this week’s Immunity Challenge and Reward Challenge to see what the castaways will face during tonight’s show. The playing fields for both seem to be much smaller than the large obstacle courses we’ve seen in recent weeks.
Join us tonight during the show for a live recap with Survivor results on who gets voted off this week.
Here are the Survivor spoilers for a first look at this week’s Reward Challenge on Cagayan. The remaining nine castaways will be split up on three tribes as they battle to win something tasty.
In the photos below from CBS we can tell which players are working together and what at least part of the challenge will involve.
The orange team has LJ, Jefra, and Trish. Purple has Tasha, Kass, and Woo. Teal has Tony, Spencer, and Jeremiah.
Each group is back on a starting point and sends one player forward to the next platform where a rope is coiled on the ground. It looks like the advancing players are holding a ball and might have to toss it through a hoop in front of them and down a little ramp under it.
I imagine there’s more to this Survivor Reward Challenge than we’re seeing in these frames, but that’s what we have for spoilers so far.
Which team would you want to be on for this one? I’m thinking Team Teal has a good collection of players so that’s who I’d join.
Update: Now we have a video of the challenge, “Supertramp.” This one looks pretty fun!
Images: Michael Yarish/CBS
Survivor spoilers have arrived for the Immunity Challenge facing the Solarrion castaways for Week 8 on Cagayan. We’ve got your sneak peek pictures below so check them out.
Looks like a stationary challenge that seems familiar, but I can’t place it. The castaways appear to be earning blocks to stack up as they go. We can see a few of them with blocks in their tracks. Down below the vertical track is a slide for all the pieces to drop. Could it be if you get a question wrong you have to start over? Seems like a Survivor-ish thing to do.
There are only nine castaways left in the game. Which one of them do you most want to see secure Immunity this week for Tribal Council?
Check out all the pics below and then we’ll add the Challenge preview as soon as CBS posts it.
Survivor 2014 Cagayan is back this week as the recently merged tribe continues to experience growing pains and lots of paranoia. So much paranoia in fact that we’re looking at some infighting set to shake up the game thanks to Tony.
CBS loves to fake us out on where things are going to go, but seeing the alliances turn on themselves is something that always happens so let’s hope this one really comes through as the numbers dwindle.
So who is left on Survivor 2014? Let’s break down the tribe and see which castaways remain on the beach.
- Tony Vlachos
- Trish Hegarty
- Yung “Woo” Hwang
- LJ McKanas
- Jefra Bland
- Jeremiah Wood
Morgan McLeod– eliminated last week
- Kassandra “Kass” McQuillen
- Latasha “Tasha” Fox
- Spencer Bledsoe
Last week we focused on the Hidden Immunity Idol, which turned out to be a regular one and not the magical “get out of jail free card” Jeff teased. Now we’re set to watch the new Solana implode. Good times.
Next time on Survivor we’re seeing the first cracks of the numbers-strong new Solana as Tony starts to worry he’s waiting too long to turn on his alliance. Or maybe not. We know how much CBS likes to fake us out.
Paranoia is at an all-time high at camp, Jeff tells us in the preview for next week’s Survivor. Tony has lost track of his enemies and is ready to turn on his allies. LJ seems resistant to the idea and Woo even seems like he’s expecting it.
Would it be such a bad idea to turn on his own team now? As long as he keeps the numbers on his side there aren’t enough of the new Aparri left to really fight back even if they teamed up with Tony’s target. It’s not the worst idea in the world, but it also seems unnecessary at this point which makes me think it just might not happen.
Check out the pictures from next week’s Survivor episode below and then watch the preview clip to get ready for the upcoming Survivor show!