Immunity is back up for grabs in these Survivor spoilers featuring this week’s Individual Immunity Challenge, but no hands allowed to secure your safety this time.
I’m ready to watch the behind-the-scenes challenges clip from CBS on this Survivor competition because it sure seems like a weird one. (Update: Video added below.)
Every castaway has their own station, of course, and they’ll be using their feet to lower a bundle of blocks which appear to be transferred over to a basket in front of them. I don’t even know where to begin.
So are we starting to think of who might have the strongest toes or what here? Could be another up-in-the-air battle and with the promise of a huge blindside heading our way there may be an unlikely win.
Can’t wait to see this challenge play out on Survivor 2014 tonight. Check out the sneak peek pics below and see what you think of this weird looking comp.
Update: Jeff explains “The Game Is Afoot” is a brand new challenge for Survivor. Watch the video clip to see how it’s done. Yeah, this looks crazy hard. Good!
Things are about to get messy on Survivor 2014 this week when it comes time for the latest Reward luxury challenge. Very messy!
Ten castaways remain on Blood Vs Water which gives us a nice even split for reward this time around, but there won’t be anything nice about what happens next.
The teams will face off one at a time on Survivor 2014 over top a muddy pool that they’ll want to avoid in pursuit of this week’s prize. Looks like the castaways will each have a set position on a balance beam and have to knock the opposing player off their perch. None of this week’s sneak peek photos show any contact between the players so maybe it’ll be just a shake and rock mission to see who can hang on.
Here’s another surprise, according to a preview description from CBS, two of this week’s Reward winners will trade their win-spots to “prove their loyalty.” Interesting.
Castaways form teams consisting of Alec, Baylor, Jeremy, Natalie, and Reed on Red while Blue has Keith, Missy, Jaclyn, Jon, and Wes. Which group do you think has the best odds this week on Survivor?
The balance of power may have shifted when Jaclyn convinced Jon to vote along her plans rather than their earlier idea of working alongside Josh and the other remaining couples. The Singles may be growing in strength and target the pairs, but it’ll be interesting to see how long Jon & Jaclyn can hold on to their position of strength.
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways going in to Week 9:
- Baylor Wilson
- Missy Payne
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Jon Misch
- Reed Kelly
Josh Canfield– voted off last week
- Jeremy Collins
- Natalie Anderson
- Wesley Nale
- Alec Christy
- Keith Nale
Busted! Next time on Survivor 2014 it looks like Keith has exposed himself to danger after sneaky Reed digs through Keith’s bag and discovers a big clue.
In our sneak peek preview clip for next week we see Reed decides to go digging through Keith’s bag and discovers a paper trail that leads back to a Hidden Immunity Idol. Keith’s got the Idol, but now Reed and everyone he tells also knows the truth. Uh oh, Keith.
Now that the rest of the tribe is on to him and his fading power we may see them try to flush the Idol out or keep that card in their own pocket and see if they can use it against him. Should be another interesting week of Survivor ahead of us!
Reed says in the clip below that he didn’t like going through Keith’s belongings to gain this information, but justifies the choice with his current position of vulnerability. Do you agree that it’s okay and part of the game or was that too sneaky of a move by Reed?
Josh tells Jeff that Reed Kelly, his boyfriend and Blood Vs Water partner, was the original fan in their pairing and drew them into the plan to audition. Both were going to be recruited for this season so it worked out well that they were already a pair, explains Josh.
As for the downfall of his game, Josh credits at least part of the issue with Jeremy. Josh suggests he was quietly working in a power position when Jeremy pointed it out to the rest of the castaways and his cover was blown. Then the Tribe Shuffle arrived and sealed his fate, says Josh.
Then there was Julie quitting the game and poking another hole in his boat. Josh says Reed worked through that night to keep Julie grounded and he thought they were okay so it was a surprise the next day when she vanished from camp. He’s pretty sure Jeremy was set to be voted-out that night had they gone to Council even though Jon and Jaclyn changed their strategy a few days later.
Watch Josh’s full Survivor Live video interview below: