Last week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan, we said goodbye to Reynold and Andrea in a double Tribal Council episode of Survivor.
Andrea sat down for her exit interview on her way to the jury to discuss her shocking blindside and what she thought of her time in the game this time around.
“I felt like I was really playing this time,” Andrea said of how she played the game as a returning contestant. I’m pretty pleased.
Andrea also pointed out her high points in the game: Blindsiding Corinne and voting Michael out.
“It felt really awesome to pull of that blindside,” she explained. “Those two moves were really exciting for me because I had a big part in them.”
And her low point? Getting voted out with an idol in her pocket. Obviously. That was surely a blindside she didn’t see coming because she was busy working on orchestrating a Brenda blindside.
This week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan, we said goodbye to Reynold and Angie during two Tribal Councils in one episode. And like all eliminated contestants, Reynold got a shower and a shave and sat down for his exit interview.
And while he remains a confident person, he comes off far more humbled now that he’s out of the game. Maybe he should have shown that side of him a little more in the game to shrink that constant target on his back.
As I said, he’s humbled. He recognizes his weaknesses along with his strengths.
“I think I was in a little bit over my head, but everyday I tried to learn,” Reynold says in the interview below. “I think the odds were stacked against me and I was able to endure, or to survive as you might say.”
He was a fighter, that’s for sure.
“I was always fighting. I was always trying to make a big move.,” he said. “I was just never able to get there. I never got to that climax.”
It was double the fun this week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan as we saw two immunity challenges, two Tribal Councils and one big blindisde.
The episode started out with cocky Cochran, and I must say it’s pretty annoying. Luckily that clip is cut short as they tribe finds some tree-mail.
And it’s not good news. It means there’s an immunity challenge right away and a Tribal Council again that night.
For the Immunity Challenge, the players must balance on a triangle platform in the water. The last person left standing wins immunity. So it’s a game of balance and endurance.
Jeff offers a plate of donuts and milk if someone wants to leave the challenge. Erik and Eddie take the donuts. Wow. Wow. Wow. Eddie. What a fool. Next Jeff offers some hotdogs and a soda. Cochran jumps and eats the hot dogs.
Dawn is the first one out by fault. Then Sherri follows right after. And then Reynold is out. That leaves Andrea and Brenda. And the trust game is on. Does this alliance not trust one another? A deal is not even an option. Very interesting.
Brenda falls first so Andrea wins immunity. And reward in the form of information in the game. Jeff hands her the info and she can do with it what she wishes. And like a fool she promised to share it with Brenda. It was a clue for the hidden immunity idol.
It’s double your pleasure time on Survivor 2013 tonight when we get not one, but two immunity challenges and two tribal councils. That’s a lot of opportunities for backstabbing and fun (for us at home)!
After last week’s vote-off of Malcolm we’ll get to watch as Reynold and Eddie fight to stay alive on Survivor. From the preview we watched we’re teased with the possibility of the larger alliance starting to splinter, but I’ll believe it when I see it.
It’s time to find out who is voted off Survivor Caramoan tonight! I’ll be doing a live recap of tonight’s Survivor results so stick with us and find out which two castaways head to Ponderosa next.
With no time to spare we’re ready to go with tonight’s first Immunity Challenge. Jeff reveals the winner will also win “information.” Castaways draw for spots and the challenge is on. Players have to balance on a floating platform.
Jeff offers a plate of donuts and milk to the first to leap and forfeit. Erik agrees to jump with Eddie and they bow out in favor of some sweets. Everyone else stays for round two where Jeff offers a plate of hot dogs. Cochran takes the bait and no one else on his alliance thought much of that move.
No one else falls as the players head to the third round as everyone is perched on the very tip top of their pyramid platform. Lots of wobbling at this point. Dawn is the first to go in the round. Sherri goes right behind her.
Tonight Survivor 2013 Caramoan, we’ve apparently get to see two shots at immunity and two Tribal Councils. And according to the preview below, the big alliance might be seeing its first major fractures (since Phillip).
“I think today is the beginning of the end for the alliance of six,” Cochran says. And with that, I finally know why the episode is called “The Beginning Of The End.”
Of course what me and many others are curious about is if Eddie and Reynold can stay strong or if they’ll be following Malcolm to jury. Tune in tonight to find out what happens.
Be sure to check back here tonight for live results of Survivor 2013 and check back in tomorrow for a full recap of episode 12. And please join in the conversation in our comments section below. Let us know who you’re rooting for and who you think has what it takes to win this thing this season.