Tonight on Survivor Caramoan the remaining castaways continue their pursuit of becoming the Sole Survivor. We’ll get to watch the always fun luxury auction all in the setting of an expectantly calmer camp dynamic with the elimination of Phillip last week.
Here’s a photo gallery from Season 26 Episode 11 “Come Over to the Dark Side.” Malcolm, Reynold, and Eddie are fighting hard to stay alive and they’ll need the numbers to make that happen. Now with the ringleader special agent out of the way this sounds a lot more feasible.
Join us tonight for a live Survivor results recap and see what happens next.
Yes, this week’s challenge is trying to be funny with its name, but at least they didn’t go with “Drop A Deuce” and use two logs. Your Survivor spoilers this week are here and lets us see just what the castaways will be facing when it comes time to compete for Immunity.
Each player will be holding a rope connected to a large wooden pole hovering over a wooden mask. Over time they’ll have to move their grip down the rope and eventually hold it with just one hand. Last castaway hanging on will win Immunity.
We’re told the weight of the log is proportional to the weight of the player, so I’m sure that’s true, but it’s interesting to see the ladies of the Dream Team dominating this competition. Will that hold true during tonight’s Survivor Caramoan episode?
Watch the Survivor Spoilers video below for “Drop A Log”:
Can the Three Amigos live another week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan?
The latest preview for tonight’s episode (shared with you below) sure focuses on them trying. The title of the episode is even “Come Over To The Dark Side” and it features the possibility of Sherri being the one to join the dark side.
“How concerned are you that somebody might be flipping tonight,” Jeff asks the tribe during council. We can tell from the preview who isn’t wearing the immunity necklace. I think there might be a tiny shot of Reynold wearing it (again) but I could be wrong. Enough speculation. We’ll wait and see what happens tonight.
Anyway, it’s not all about the Malcolm/Reynold/Eddie show, it’s also time for the Survivor auction! That’s always fun.
Be sure to check back in here tonight at 8PM for the live results from Episode 11 and then again tomorrow morning for a full recap of tonight’s show.
The popular food auction returns and the Three Amigos concoct a lie in attempt to take control of the game. — CBS
This week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan, Malcolm, Reynold and Eddie scramble to keep their “Three Amigos” alliance in tact. They’ve played all the immunity idols, so it’s time to start recruiting.
From the preview below, it looks like they’re going for Sherri. And it looks like she might take the bait.
“If you can’t beat them, you join them,” Sherri says.
I do hope Sherri joins them. It will definitely make the game more interesting if this is how it plays out. If not, it’s going to be pretty predictable the next three weeks as the three strong guys are picked off one by one.
Also this week, is the highly-anticipated Survivor Auction. I cannot wait to see what people will spend their Survivor cash on this season.
Be sure to check back in with us on Wednesday night for a live coverage of Episode 11 of Survivor 2013 and then look for the full recap the following morning.
Last week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan, fans were treated to one of the best Tribal Councils ever as Malcolm played one immunity idol and gave Eddie the other, forcing Phillip out of the game.
Survivor host Jeff Probst talked with Entertainment Weekly about everything that went down last week.
Jeff seemed disgusted by Phillip when he decided not to play in last week’s immunity challenge, but Jeff has nothing but respect for Phillip.
“Mostly I just love it when Phillip says… or does… anything,”Jeff said. “I would like to thank Phillip for all he gave this season. There are some who think we featured him too much, some who wish he had shown more of him and still others who wish he was never on in the first place. I am firmly planted in the “love me some Phillip” camp — and I’m sorry to see him go. But boy does it open up a whole new game.”
And what everyone is talking about is the big move Malcolm made during Tribal Council to ensure he, Eddie and Reynold survivor one more week. So what did Jeff think of it?
“Ah, it’s up there for sure! I love big moves. Love them,” Jeff said. “I often reflect back on one of the great lines of cinema from the movie Wall Street. Charlie Sheen’s character is going to meet Michael Douglas. As he stands outside of his office he says to himself, “Life all comes down to a few moments and this is one of them.” The game of Survivor almost demands that you make big moves if you want to win. The key is picking the right moment… to make your move. For me, there are few greater moments than when something completely unexpected happens at tribal and changes the game. Beautiful.”
Hey Jeff, will there be any more immunity idols this season, EW asked?
“Good question …,” he says. “We do have a method to our madness and die hard fans have probably already figured it out. So without guaranteeing anything or relating specifically to this situation — I’d say it’s a safe bet that an idol played at this point in the game will go back out.”