Moving on to the fourth week of Survivor 2014 things continue to look rough for Coyopa. Out of the three departed castaways they can claim all three.
Eighteen players landed on the beach just a few weeks ago and now fifteen remain. Nine of those belong to the winning Hunahpu while just six of Coyopa remain. Depending on this week’s challenge things may continue to slide for the orange tribe after voting out their professional athlete from the mix.
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways on each of the two tribes:
- Baylor Wilson
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Alec Christy
- Josh Canfield
- Wesley Nale
- Dale Wentworth
John Rocker– eliminated last week
- Jeremy Collins
- Missy Payne
- Jon Misch
- Drew Christy
- Natalie Anderson
- Reed Kelly
- Keith Nale
- Kelley Wenworth
- Julie McGee
Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Could this round be Coyopa’s chance. To avoid a pure slaughter come Merge I sure hope so.
“Survivor Live” this week features the latest castaway voted off, John Rocker, and is guest hosted by former Survivor contestant Malcolm Freberg.
Looks like Jeff Schroeder got some time off and Malcolm is stepping in to cover things this time around. Malcolm seems pretty comfy in that host chair so maybe we’ll be seeing more of him.
John discusses a lot in his thirty plus minute interview including his plans at the Exile Island Challenge and just what he thought of Val’s claim of having two Idols.
As for Exile, John thought he would have volunteered to go to Exile together with Julie, but when he lost he didn’t have that option. As for Val saying she had two Idols, he didn’t believe two but did think she at least had one and they could have worked together.
Check out John’s full “Survivor Live” interview video with Malcolm below and hear what else he had to say about his time on Survivor.
This week on Survivor we saw John Rocker eliminated after a blindside at the Coyopa Tribal Council that sent him home with the Immunity Idol stashed in his pocket. Ouch! In his “Day After” exit interview John discusses the game and his experience.
It seems to be the universal truth that Survivor is way harder than it looks from home. John discusses how just a few days in to the competition he saw how hungry, tired, and torn up he was with still a long, long way to go if he was going to make it.
Obviously John’s biggest regret is that he didn’t play his Idol, but he admits that even if he had it’s likely that it would have only bought him a few more days. John does not think the rest of Coyopa was going to let him get to the Merge and play for individual immunity.
As for that Hidden Immunity Idol, John suggests he went to Exile Island intentionally to gather a clue for it but later says he did not throw the competition against Julie.
Despite his nasty past John played an interesting game albeit not a very great one in the few episodes he lasted on Survivor Blood Vs Water.
Watch the rest of John’s exit interview after being voted out of Coyopa.
Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water: John Rocker – ‘The Day After’
Last night on Survivor 2014 the two tribes battled to avoid a visit to Tribal Council where another castaway was sent home. Find out who won the competitions and who was voted off Survivor this week.
We were live blogging the full episode recap here on the site too, but these are just the highlights on who won challenges and who was eliminated on Survivor this week.
Exile Island Challenge:
- Jaclyn beats Julie in RPS
- Wes and Keith face off. Wes/Coyopa wins.
- Wes picks Josh to go w/ Keith to Exile Island
- Hunahpu wins 3-2 & secures Immunity
- Coyopa heads to Tribal Council. Again.
Survivor 2014 “Action Vs Accusations” arrives as the third episode in the season and poses the flailing Coyopa against the two-weeks dominating Hunahpu tribe.
We’ve seen in the preview that Jeremy didn’t seem to take kindly to John letting Val get voted off Coyopa last week. Jeremy outs Rocker’s past drama to his tribe and that lingers in to tonight’s Immunity Challenge. We’ll find out if Coyopa sees his strength as a boost or his drama a detriment to the tribe’s efforts.
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Things pick up tonight as Coyopa returns from Tribal Council where a re-vote left Baylor in the game and Val on her way off the beach. John is worried that Jeremy will be upset about Val, but he doesn’t understand why she didn’t play her imaginary Idol like they planned.
Josh reveals to John that he was the one who flipped his vote and we also learn he’s not too keen on John. That shouldn’t impact the guy-strong alliance though as Josh thinks Baylor and Jaclyn will be the next to go.
Exile Island Challenge:
Two players will face off as they transfer plates across a suspended balancing board. Yikes. This does not look easy, but I guess that’s the point, right? The reward is a set of blankets or last week’s traded reward, fishing kit.
Wes says his dad would be bad at this so they face off. Keith actually starts ahead of Wes. First to six plates will win it the round and the loser is off to Exile Island.
Keith and Wes are neck and neck when Keith stumbles, drops his plate, and has to go back. Wes has a nice lead if he can hold on it. Yep! Coyopa gets their very first wins. Keith chokes up and says he’s proud of his son.
Wes selects Josh to head off to Exile Island where they’ll stay until the Immunity Challenge. Coyopa picks the fishing gear over the blankets and heads back to camp. On their way out John Rocker whispers to Jeremy that he did all he could, but we hear from Jeremy that he’s gunning for Rocker now.
Over at Hunahpu the drama flares up when Jeremy starts telling everyone about Rocker’s past and that gets Julie upset. This could be bad for her if there’s a decision for them to make later tonight.