Last night on Survivor we said goodbye to Joe, but it wasn’t by the fire of a Tribal Council elimination. Instead Joe became the third medevac of the Kaoh Rong season, a record for Survivor, but luckily he was able to recover and join the jury at Survivor Ponderosa.
First stop for Joe was a trip to the doctors where they had to relieve his bladder which lead to a good recovery for the 71-year old castaway. Once everything was better it was off to enjoy the good life at Ponderosa.
One more castaway left Survivor last night just one round short of the season finale for Kaoh Rong as the last five battled it out for Immunity after Tai’s move at Tribal Council may have put Dara on edge.
Tai can’t feel too secure in his footing after the rest of the group didn’t show up for his vote-off-Michele party, but at least we got to see his advantage in use despite its wasted opportunity. Time to find out if retribution cut him from the game.
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Tai tried to make a big move but he did it without any support and now he’s going to have to play makeup with Michele. From the Survivor preview clip it seems like those two won’t have much trouble getting over their past issues.
Each castaway will have to take off running in to the jungle for an uphill climb to retrieve three bags (one at a time) filled with sand bags to bring back and toss in a series of targets from a distance.