Immunity is back up for grabs on Survivor 2015 and the Collar tribes are all fighting to avoid another trip to Tribal Council. Here’s your first look at the challenge they’ll face.
Unlike last week’s the tribes will definitely have to work together as a group if they want to stay safe here with “Dear Liza.” The players will collectively move a barrel across the playing field after filling it with water at the far end. Nothing’s that easy though.
The barrel has more holes than So Kim’s bag of beans story and will be leaking the whole way back making things all that much harder for the Survivor 2015 castaways.
Which team do you think will have the best chance here? Only Blue Collar will have to sit someone out and last week that was Kelly Remington but she’s in this time while Lindsey Cascaddan has opt’d to stay on the sidelines. Can they keep their streak alive or is it time for Mike’s temper to find his way to date night with Jeff Probst?
Update: Video added with Dream Team competing in “Dear Liza.”
Survivor 2015 saw a power shift last week as the White Collar tribe proved they could still be in charge. Can they keep the momentum?
Before we get to this week’s episode, let’s take a look back at last week and register how everyone did with the second Survivor Worlds Apart Power Rankings.
C. White Collar Tribe
After flopping the first week, the White Collars showed they could still be boss as they pulled off the impressive immunity challenge win. They also go to take back some all-important fishing gear.
1. Tyler Frederickson. I think Tyler holds the top spot for the moment. A leader among leaders, he just sort of screams Survivor finale to me.
2. Joaquin Sourbielle. Joaquin moves up this week after proving he’s a physical asset to the tribe. Maybe without So around, he can continue to show his importance.
3. Carolyn Rivera. Carolyn moves down a spot, but only because of Joaquin’s performance for the week. And while I don’t see her going out this coming week, I do see the possibility of an Idol flush. So the fact that she holds the Idol is reason enough to earn her a third ranking.
3. Max Dawson. Fans seem to be loving Max (I even witnessed a Google Hangout he did with fans) but his importance to the tribe is slipping. I think he can easily hold onto his spot in the game but this week he’s on the lower end of his tribe.
5. Shirin Oskooi. Shirin is either in the worst spot or the best spot. She could either be looked at as a goat and carried a long or cut because she’s a challenge liability.
B. Blue Collar Tribe
The Blue Collars continue to prove all the hard work they’ve put it in their real lives is paying off. The bad side is, it’s hard to rank them because they haven’t had to size each other up in a Tribal Council yet.
1. Mike Holloway. For now I think Mike is still the strongest among the tribe. They’d be crazy to vote him out before merge.
2. Kelly Remington. Like Mike, I think Kelly is important to the tribe for now.
Next time on Survivor 2015 it looks like it’s the Blue Collar tribe’s turn for a meltdown as Mike Holloway has finally had enough of his lazy tribe, or at least that’s how he seems to perceive their contributions.
Over on the No Collar tribe they’re seeking out food in some wacky ways by whipping lizards to death and snacking away. Well, when you compare that to eating a live scorpion it does really seem all that odd after all.
White Collar’s biggest problem this week could be Shirin Oskooi thinking life in the trees could be a pretty sweet deal. I’m going to “go out on a limb” here (yuk yuk) and guess we’re not seeing drama there because they’ll be safe this week.
That leaves Blue Collar’s drama time when Mike is again pushing his tribe to work as hard as he does. Or least do what he’s doing when he’s doing it or he’ll think you’re not doing anything at all. Yeah, not a good plan for Mike and that could end up putting him in the hot seat if they’re the next ones to head to Tribal Council.
Survivor 2015 – Episode 3 of Worlds Apart
Another Survivor 2015 castaway was eliminated last week when Vince Sly found himself on the losing count at Tribal Council. Back to the coconut grind for that guy as only the Blue Collar tribe retains their numbers advantage, but for how long?
White Collar greatly improved on their challenge flop in the premiere week which kept them out of the elimination spotlight. Blue Collar did another solid job as well which meant they could stick together and let things boil over when Mike continues to feel the pressure of kindling collecting. It’s a tough, tough Survivor world out there.
Sixteen of the Worlds Apart castaways remain, but only one can be the Sole Survivor. Who is left on Survivor 2015 in Week 3 of Worlds Apart? Here are the remaining castaways:
Vince has no regrets and he thinks the Survivor game he played “was fantastic.” He immediately points out it only lasted six days, a little short of the 39 day target, but hey, it was “six glorious days!” I just wish a few of these folks would say “I regret the mistakes, but enjoyed the heck out of the opportunity.”
As far as looking back on his time, Vince does admit he will probably be able to say he was surprised by how things went when he’s back home watching Survivor 2015.
Vince also points out how you can watch from home and not understand why a castaway missed out on a special event or conversation that could have clued him in on the real dangers in his tribe. It’s very overwhelming and there’s so much going on that these things just don’t get noticed.
Watch Vince Sly’s full “Day After” elimination interview below and then let him know you like him more than that other guy cause he kinda noticed you were laughing at his jokes more than Vince’s…