Tribe Merge arrives on Survivor 2014 tonight when the Coyopa and Hunahpu tribes come together and the individual battle kicks off.
Twelve remain and the advantage goes to “new” Hunahpu for surviving two weeks of the Tribe Shuffle without losing a player while Coyopa sent its collection of Wentworths out in to the jungle’s night. Now they’ll have to decide to stick together and keep their advantage or turn on one another as this week has hyped along the way.
Tonight’s episode kicks off with Coyopa returning from Tribal Council and there’s little need for anything but relief from the remaining members. Keith is upset that no one told him about their plan to vote against him along with Dale. He says he’s done with Missy and Baylor. Meanwhile over at Hunahpu they receive word to pack their bags and follow the map to what they can only assume to be the Merge. They’re right.
Both tribes arrive for a celebration feast and everyone digs in. Looks good! They’ve got a ton of food and even some booze to pass around along with new buffs for everyone as they get ready to head back to the Hunahpu camp. The castaways grab all the leftover food and we see Julie openly pour some of the food in to her bag and tell someone which may be the issue later on.
As the newly merged tribe settles in they start to talk and plan. Jeremy is rounding up support with Jon, Missy, and Baylor to target Josh, but Josh isn’t missing a beat and is already thinking about how to handle that situation.
Josh goes to Baylor and starts to work on getting her support. We learn from Baylor that she’s obviously aligned with her mom and that’s making it tough for her because Missy has a lot of alliances that are conflicting with Josh’s plans. Baylor goes to her mom who tells her to toughen up and lie to Josh.
Sensing there’s an issue, Josh goes to Jon and Jaclyn to rally support. Jon is amazed to once again find himself in the power position as he debates with Jaclyn which side they should vote to support. This could be their “million dollar decision,” says Jon.
Here comes the scandal of the night. Trail mix. Julie poured that food in her bag which Jon discovered when they went looking. Julie thought she’d keep it to share with just the people she liked but instead they find it and now she’s in the hot seat. Oops.
Survivor is back tonight on CBS and the Tribe Merge has arrived when Coyopa and Hunahpu come together following last week’s Shuffle. Now we have twelve castaways left and one will walk away with a million dollars!
The Survivor Merge won’t be the only drama this week though as we’ve learned from the preview clip below that Julie may have made a big mistake in the game.
We get a hint that Julie has taken an item from the tribe and hidden it in her bag. It’s probably something with food, right? Not sure what else she could take from the group that would even be around and worth hiding for later.
The Immunity Challenge this episode looks taxing, but not incredibly complex this week. The players will have to balance a platter alone ropes to keep their cue ball from dropping to the ground and ending their shot at safety this week.
Who do you think is most in danger of being voted off tonight on Survivor?
Immunity is up for grabs in these Survivor spoilers for this week’s challenge as the Tribe Merge has arrived and team safety is a thing of the past. Now everyone is on their own to make it to the end and become the Sole Survivor.
Twelve castaways are left on Survivor 2014 and this week they’ll face a balancing act to secure their own safety this week and avoid elimination.
Each player will have a station along the row where they’ll hold up a round plate of wood and balance a small ball upon it. As the challenge progresses they’ll have to step farther back and hold the rope farther from the plate to increase the difficulty of the competition. Last player to avoid letting their ball drop to the sand will win Immunity.
Could one of the strong guys have this in the bag or might a smaller player surprise us with the win? Take a look at the pics below and see who you think has the best shot at Immunity.
Update: Behind the scenes Challenges preview clip has been posted by CBS. The challenge is just what we were expecting, so I don’t think there will be any big surprises this week.
Another week of Survivor Blood Vs Water and another round of changes to the tribes. Just one week after we saw the Tribe Shuffle arrive and mix things up we’re now looking at the milestone Merge arriving to bring the remaining castaways together.
We got to enjoy just one round of challenges with the new Coyopa and Hunahpu including plenty of food drama over old Hunahpu’s eating habits. Now after giving up their comfort items Hunahpu will have a whole new shot at plentiful food options with a ‘welcome’ feast and it looks like plenty of fishing gear. Looks like Jeremy was right that they should have waited!
By this time next week we’ll have all the castaways on one tribe, “Huyopa,” and one of them will have been eliminated. Who is most vulnerable this week? We saw things set up for Jeremy targeting Reed and Josh while they in turn wished for Jeremy’s departure. Should be a good week for Survivor!
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways on each of the two tribes going in to Week 7:
- Baylor Wilson
- Missy Payne
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Jon Misch
Dale Wentworth– eliminated last week
- Keith Nale
- Reed Kelly
- Josh Canfield
- Jeremy Collins
- Natalie Anderson
- Wesley Nale
- Alec Christy
- Julie McGee
Next time on Survivor 2014: Tribe Merge! Yes, Merge has arrived as dominating Hunahpu melds with the losing Coyopa and individual Immunity is up for grabs.
The new tribe on Survivor will be named “Huyopa” as the obvious combination of Hunahpu and Coyopa.
After all that grief for Hunahpu to get a bag of rice it looks like they’ll end up with a lot of food between the celebration meal and the fishing net they’ve been given. I guess Jeremy was right and they should have waited it out!
In the preview clip below we find out Josh and Reed are worried about going after Jeremy now that they’ve missed their chance before the Merge. Of course it seems like Jeremy is on to them and we could get some fun crossfire going in next week’s episode.
Who do you think is in the best position going in to the Survivor Merge?