With no where to go but Ponderosa, Mike will have to work fast and hard to stay on Worlds Apart. He knows his best shot is winning immunity, but as a backup plan he’ll start working the other final five castaways against one another.
In the clip below Mike is trying to convince Dan Foley that the tribe is out to get him while working on Sierra Thomas and Carolyn Rivera that the guys are going to flip on them if they don’t do it first.
We also get a sneak peek at this week’s Immunity Challenge to go along with what we’ve seen for the Reward Challenge this week.
The Survivor 2015 castaways are ready for a reward and this week’s challenge is “For-Word Progress” with teams of three competing for some goodies to fill their stomachs as we approach the Worlds Apart finale next week.
Two teams of three have Will, Carolyn, and Mike on Red with Dan, Sierra, and Rodney over on Blue. Yeah, I’m going to go ahead and guess Will anchors his team to a loss since there is movement involved in this one.
Teams race down a mesh net to climb up a cargo net and slide down a bamboo ramp. They’ll unlock a gate and hope through it to chop loose puzzle pieces. Those pieces must be assembled to form a Survivor phrase that leads to the Reward win.
Check out the pics below plus the video and then join us back here Wednesday night for Survivor 2015 as we live blog the new episode.
Initial details from the ongoing Survivor Second Chance vote revealed that CBS appeared to be mixing viewer votes with their own input to select who would be a castaway on Survivor Season 31. Now CBS has clarified and revised those terms of the vote.
EW reported that they had previously been assured by host Jeff Probst that viewers would be picking the entire cast on the next season of Survivor only to have the terms and conditions of the vote indicate otherwise. They followed up on the confusion with CBS and found out what happened:
“A source close to the show informs me that the language in the terms and conditions was mistakenly added in by someone on the network’s legal team. The good news? It’s now gone. The text now reads, “The public will decide who from amongst the nominees presented will become the Fall 2015 Survivor cast.”
All three groups, No Collar, White Collar, and Blue Collar, have managed to keep a representative player in the mix which is impressive considering Blue’s seemingly secured stranglehold on the numbers. Carolyn is there for White and Will is there for Red, but it’s Blue with the most with Mike, Dan, Sierra, and Rodney hanging on.
We’re hanging on the edge of seeing just how frustrating of a final three castaways grouping we could end up with and that’s going to be interesting. Will the Jury be voting for the castaway who played the best game or just the one they find the least annoying?
Just two more rounds of Survivor 2015 remain as we have Wednesday’s one-hour show before heading to the season finale on the 20th with two hours of Survivor action followed by the one-hour Reunion Show hosted by Jeff Probst.
Think you know who will win Survivor Worlds Apart? Get ready to find out!
Tyler Fredrickson became the latest Survivor 2015 Worlds Apart juror when he was voted out last week, leaving us with the Top 6. So let’s take a look at that final 6 and see where they fall in this week’s power rankings.
1. Carolyn. Mama C not only helped win the reward challenge and then won individual immunity again, she also still has the hidden immunity idol that should get her past the next Tribal Council.
2. Mike. Well, Mike has used this immunity idol, so he no longer has that going for him, but he has still played the best game of those remaining. So even though there’s a big chance that he goes out next, I think he still deserves this No. 2 spot. He saved himself last week and in turn sent Tyler out, who was definitely a contender to win the season.
3. Rodney. Even though Rodney can’t win much of anything, he’s managed to hang on and surely his time will come just win it matters, right? We will see. At this point, anything can happen, but I think Rodney has definitely played the game better than the three ranked lower than him.