Jeff Probst promised the wave of brutal punishments would wash in starting with episode four of Survivor 2016 Kaoh Rong and here we are with a sneak peek and possible spoilers of next week’s episode with the first medevac of the season.
While things looked to be going extremely well for Gondol that may all come to an end next week if the clues continue to lead toward a medical emergency on their team in the next Survivor episode. Stop reading now if you don’t want spoilers on who may leave the game next week.
This week on Survivor 2016 Kaoh Rong only fifteen castaways remain but their biggest threat may not be Tribal Council. A brutal Immunity Challenge awaits the tribes on Wednesday night and we look set to lose someone along the way.
It’s the episode Jeff has been hyping for awhile now in a season already warned to be the most difficult yet. Survivor is back at 8PM ET/PT on Wednesday night as we pick back up with Chan Loh voting off Elisabeth Markham in a surprise vote against her and Peter’s efforts to send out Neal or Aubry. Now only Gondol remains fully intact with their six castaways heading in to this week’s challenge.
We’re about to arrive at that “brutal” episode of Survivor Kaoh Rong that we’ve been promised by Jeff Probst. It’s going to take a few players down and apparently we’ll say goodbye to at least one of this season’s castaways.
So what is this grueling challenge that brings the season to its knees? Skeeball! Well, kinda. From our sneak peek look at the next time on Survivor 2016 it appears the challenge will be players digging up buried balls and rolling them up a ramp to six fixed positions.
The pressure was on at the Immunity Challenge with Gondol sweeping to a strong win leaving To Tang to struggle against Chan Loh for a nail bitter of a finish that came down to the wire. With To Tang’s first victory they headed back to camp while Chan Loh prepared for the vote.
In lieu of a “Day After” interview we’re getting the post-Tribal Council “Confessional” exit interview for Elisabeth Markham who was voted off Survivor last night following Chan Loh’s narrow loss at the Immunity Challenge.
It’s a very interesting interview for a few reasons. Unlike the next morning, emotions can still be pretty raw at this point, and Elisabeth herself seems to be about as robotic as you can get for this situation. I wouldn’t even say her emotions are raw, more like her computational data instead.