Castaways will start out in the water, retrieve duffel bags filled with rice, climb a wall, drag those bags along, race up to the beach, retrieve balls from inside the bags, and then using pulleys they’ll navigate the balls up a swiss-cheese’d wall.
It was another losing round for Brawn on Survivor 2016 Kaoh Rong as the To Tang tribe failed again in the second Immunity Challenge and ended up with Jeff Probst for the night. Will this be the week to break that budding streak?
Once again Alecia was on the chopping block until Jennifer considered a flip against the guys and had the terrible idea to openly admit the idea. Well it was terrible for her but very entertaining for us to watch the whole thing fall apart right in front of her. Now the Brawn group is down to four as they head in to the third week of Kaoh Rong.
We have your sneak peek of the next Survivor 2016 episode when the pressure starts to build around camps and an opportunity arrives to hold something from home in the next challenge.
Survivor’s next episode has a little more tension around the various camps from what we saw in this morning’s “next time on Survivor” preview. Now we’ve got another look at what’s going on.
Next time on Survivor 2016, episode three of Kaoh Rong is starting to ramp up the tension as we head toward the “epic” events in the fourth episode, as Jeff has promised us. This time around, there’s “no room for chickens.”
Yes, it’s eating time and with no KFC in the immediate area the Gondol tribe is ready to make do with what they’ve got clucking around the camp. Most of the tribe at least. Tai isn’t too happy about this but Caleb is going to get his help to kill the chicken and do what’s best for the group: eat!
Now on the other side of the jungle Jenny gets to reflect on the game and doesn’t really blame anyone for being voted off. I mean how can you blame anyone over that totally self-inflicted meltdown that broke up her alliance and had them turn on her? We may never know whose fault that was…