Next time on Survivor 2014 the Tribe Shuffle has arrived so drop your Buffs and get ready for some new teammates.
In this week’s Survivor preview we saw Jon facing off against the rest of Hunahpu over Drew’s blindside elimination and just when things look like they’re falling apart for him he’s rescued. Well, maybe.
The tribal mix with take the remaining six Coyopa members and shuffle them with the eight remaining players on Hunahpu so we’ll get seven and seven castaways in each group. No word yet on how those tribes will end up, but hopefully we’ll get some sneak peeks early next week to learn more.
Unless these new tribes are strategically selected we should get loved ones reunited and that could up the drama when it comes time to identify the next target. Will solos get picked off or convince pairs to take out the other pairs first? Should be a fun show next week on Survivor 2014!
Well that was a change of pace. This week on Survivor Coyopa finally found their way to a win after Drew threw the competition and his game in the Immunity Challenge that soon had him heading off in to the jungle without fire.
It was a messy week for Drew from his attempt to trade back the flint, volunteering for Exile, going it alone on his sabotage plan, and then refusing to consider other options for the elimination vote. We’ll have to wait and see if Hunahpu has lost their momentum after this misstep or if they can reclaim the domination position.
Check out the photos from last night’s Survivor Blood Vs Water courtesy of CBS.
Drew Christy followed the brilliant and always successful Survivor strategy of throwing a competition in a solo decision and then trying to steamroll his tribe in to following his eviction will. Shockingly it didn’t go so well.
In this week’s “The Day After” interview Drew tells us about how much his experience has made him appreciate the modern comforts of life from lights and lighters. Overall though he admits he’s disappointed in how things went and thought he was the best player out there.
Drew says his hope had been to make it to the Merge with his brother Alec and then have the numbers on the side of the couples/pairs so they could pick off the solo players.
He suggests he should have played a more low key game and then teamed up with the most social player, Kelley. Maybe we’re just not getting to see too much, but I’m surprised he keeps ranking Kelley so high in the Hunahpu tribe. We’ll have to keep watching to see how she pans out.
Watch the rest of Drew’s exit interview after being voted out of Hunahpu.
Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water: Drew Christy – ‘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:
- Missy beats Wes in RPS
- Jon and Jaclyn face off. Jon wins.
- Jon picks Drew to go with Jaclyn to Exile Island
- Hunahpu picks the comfort items for their reward
Hidden Immunity Idol:
- Keith finds the Idol back at Hunahpu’s camp
- Kelley, Jon, and Jeremy sit out for Hunahpu
- Coyopa wins Immunity after Drew (Hunahpu) claims he threw it
Hunahpu has been riding high on Survivor 2014 this season without a single trip to Tribal Council, but will Drew’s hubris bring that all crashing down around the blue tribe?
This week’s Blood Vs Water episode, “We’re A Hot Mess” looks ready to shift the attention from the win-starved Coyopa tribe over to Hunahpu who appears to be considering throwing a challenge to off one of their own members. That always works out great, right? Heh.
Tonight’s Survivor picks up as Coyopa returns from Tribal Council where John Rocker was blindsided and eliminated while holding on to his Immunity Idol. A few of those tribe members are a little surprised too to find out the guys’ alliance didn’t hold strong and target the ladies.
Over at Hunahpu they find their previously lost flint. Oops. Now Drew wants to take charge and go back to Jeff for a new round of bartering. Drew explains that without him his tribe would be nothing. Yeah.
Exile Island Challenge:
Before things kick off Drew tries to get Jeff to let them trade the flint back but Jeff shuts that down quickly. Missy and Wes RPS for the advantage and Hunahpu wins. They pick Jon who will go up against Jaclyn.
After a short lead by Jaclyn, Jon catches up and is soon launching balls through the catapults. Jon is doing very well and is down to just one ball and basket left.
Jaclyn catches up and they’re tried. One center, narrow basket left to go. The winner will get the prize and avoid Exile. That goes to Jon who is now sending Jaclyn off to Exile. He chooses Drew who volunteers to head out there with her.
Drew and Jaclyn arrive at Exile. They split the urns and Drew gets the clue but shares it with her. Drew next tells Jaclyn he wants to throw the Immunity Challenge because he wants to eliminate girls from his tribe. Yeah…
Hidden Immunity Idol:
Keith goes looking for the Idol from his clue but can’t find it. He goes back and tells Hunahpu that Jeremy must have it. Reed soon runs that news back to Jeremy who now wants Keith gone.
A bit later Keith goes to take a second look and well wait a second, there it is. Keith pockets the Idol and decides not to tell anyone that he’s found it as to not draw a target on his back. Hmm, might be too late for that.
Drew and Jaclyn return to their tribes and Drew still needs to decide if he’ll try to throw the challenge.
Castaways will have six players on each tribe. Hunahpu sits out Kelley, Jon, and Jeremy. The remaining players will send four out to retrieve rings. Last two players on each team will throw rings at a floating post. First team to finish wins Immunity.
Missy and Baylor pair up first with a slight lead to Baylor. Reed overtakes Jaclyn’s lead in the second round. Alec and Natalie are very close but Alec does manage to catch up and take a lead for Coyopa. Last round has Wes versus Keith with Wes maintaining the lead for Coyopa.