CBS has released the second batch of photos from this week’s Survivor 2014 part two of the double elimination event on Wednesday.
With Reed sent off to Ponderosa it was Alec and Keith left to be picked off by the controlling alliance unless Natalie’s sneaky plan pulled off a blindside. Unfortunately for her hopes and our entertainment, things fell apart when Keith was nudged out by Jon for Immunity.
Fattened up for slaughter thanks to Natalie’s Reward challenge win Jon ended up heading in to the vote with safety and Alec was sent packing. Check out all the photos from CBS for this week’s second episode of Survivor.
Following close behind Reed’s elimination this week came Alec Christy’s vote-out as well after a surprise flip by Natalie sent him packing. Arriving at Ponderosa Alec seems to be most interested in how he measures up to Jeremy’s game.
As Alec heads in to the jungle he realizes someone must have flipped in their vote as he felt very confident he’d be safe for at least a little while longer. Turns out he lost more than just Survivor though as he’s weighed in with more than twenty pounds lost in his thirty days on the beach.
Arriving at Ponderosa Alec is greeted by smiles and beer which makes him very happy. Soon the conversations turn to what went wrong and how he couldn’t turn Jon and get him to play the game Alec wanted him to play. Jeremy tells us it was the same challenge he faced trying to get Alec to play as well.
The battle to compare their games continue as we hear from both Jeremy and Alec as to why they played better than the other. Seems that unlike Reed’s “it’s over, it was a game” attitude there’s still some resentment harboring in a few of the Survivor Jurors at Ponderosa.
Watch the full video below of Alec Christy joining Ponderosa and see what everyone had to say.
“Your dad ruined the whole thing,” Reed Kelly tells Wes Nale upon his arrival at Survivor’s Ponderosa. Hah. Yep. Reed truly isn’t bitter though as he settles in to the good life of resort living after his elimination from Blood Vs Water this week.
Reed says he wasn’t surprised by these events at all as he walks in to the jungle following his vote-out by the Huyopa tribe. He knew this was coming for some time but put up a good fight to delay it when he could.
Arriving at Ponderosa Reed is greeted by his predecessors with big hugs and lots of good food to eat. The talk turns to that ill-fated Tribal Council where things fell apart. Wes says he told his day to play it cool no matter what was said and Keith had agreed. Seems he forgot later that night.
The eliminated castaways are surprised by an excursion the next day to celebrate Josh’s birthday and everyone gets to go along. They take a fishing trip out on to the water and though they come back without any fish Josh assures us fun was had by all.
Reed says it was a challenge for him at the Tribe Swap when he had to sort of hand his game over to Josh and trust in him, but he’s glad they had the opportunity to work together in the game and now hang out together at Ponderosa.
Watch the full video below of Reed’s trip to Ponderosa and see how he settles in.
Last night’s Survivor gave us a lot to chew on with its double eliminations and surprise outcomes. Natalie’s plan looked solid, but that’s what’s great about Survivor in that almost anyone could pull out a win and secure their safety. Well, not Alec. He couldn’t win safety.
The first round of challenges and Tribal Council are featured in the pictures below from this week’s Survivor 2014 episode as Missy was handed the Reward Challenge and Keith locked down an Immunity win. Where did this challenge-killer in Keith come from? He nearly turned it in to a double feature for Immunity wins this week!
Check out photos from this week’s Survivor for new looks at what took place. Seems like Missy and her companions certainly enjoyed themselves on that little excursion to the resort there.
Reed Kelly was voted out of the tribe this week on Survivor after playing a strong and entertaining game, but what does he think about his time on the beach?
Reed says in his “Day After” interview that he’s actually very happy with the game he played. Yes, there are things he wishes he could go back and change (it’s so silly when eliminated players say they wouldn’t change anything), but Reed says he thoroughly enjoyed his experience.
He noted how complacent some of the other castaways became in their alliances and didn’t have to work as hard as Reed feels he did. Of course some of those players are probably still in the game, but I think his point is he didn’t coast and earned his place this far in to the season.
Watch Reed’s interview below and then get ready for his Ponderosa clip coming up soon.
Reed Kelly – Survivor ‘The Day After’ interview: