Not one, but two Immunity Challenges await us tonight on Survivor 2014 when back to back episodes take us down to just six castaways left on the San Juan Del Sur beach. Here’s what those remaining castaways will face in their fight for safety and the million dollars.
The first Immunity challenge will be “Paddle Out” and features six billiard balls that must be balanced, one at a time, on an oversized paddle which is itself balanced on a ball as well. In the video clip below it’s mentioned that this is a repeat challenge but with the added twist of a little bump on the paddle’s handle forcing the players to move around a bit more.
‘Paddle Out’ Immunity Challenge Preview:
But wait, there’s more! The remaining seven castaways after the first Tribal Council will have another challenge and this one looks way worse to me (not that the first looked good either).
Eight castaways enter, but only six will leave tonight on Survivor when the double dose of episodes arrive with two straight hours of Blood Vs Water.
Things are getting dicey on the San Juan Del Sur beaches and it’s only going to get worse before it gets better. Last week we saw a very messy Tribal where both Jon and Keith played their Idols to stay alive in the game, but that’s going to leave some angry players in the tribe.
From the Reward Challenge preview we had yesterday we know there’s going to be some jabs between Reed and Baylor & Missy which might have something to do with CBS’s tease: “first time ever, castaways give up their chance at Reward in the middle of a challenge…” Hmm, this should be good.
So who will become the next target? Natalie has the last Idol and told us she wanted to see Reed gone in the next round. According to CBS one player will target the game’s strongest castaway, so could that mean Natalie is going after Reed or would Jon be considered a bigger threat?
Watch the Survivor 2014 sneak peek clip below to see what is setting up the fight between Jon and Jaclyn. He’s not happy that Jaclyn praised Natalie for saving his butt by telling him to use the Idol. Doesn’t seem to be that he’s denying her credit, but at this close to the end he’s saying they can’t be giving other players a feather in their cap. It’s not a bad argument, but Jaclyn wouldn’t agree with me on that.
Get ready to join us tonight starting at 8PM ET for two episodes of Survivor run back to back. This should be good!
Tonight on Survivor 2014 – Preview clip:
If you were wondering how Survivor 2014 would handle having eight players and not much time left in the season then you’re ready for a Double Elimination week.
Alright, alright. We’re going to get down and dirty this week on Survivor when two full hours of Jeff-hosted goodness hits CBS starting at 8PM on Wednesday. Back to back episodes will deliver two Tribal Councils and four challenges sending two players off to Ponderosa and narrowing the field to six castaways vying for the million dollar prize.
Last week’s attempt to oust Jon Misch fell apart and left Wes Nale heading off in to the jungle after his father Keith played his own Immunity Idol despite Keith’s attempt to hand it off to his son. That dropped the Idol count from three to one with the last remaining being in Natalie’s possession.
From the preview clip below there may be an alliance brewing between Natalie and Keith which would be interesting considering last week’s situation where she helped Jon thwart Keith’s efforts to eliminate him. Though that may have been more of her interest in blocking Reed’s plans rather than Keith’s.
Check out the pics and get ready for this week’s Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water!
It’s time for Reward on Survivor 2014 by way of petty arguing and sniping among the final eight remaining castaways on Blood Vs Water
The set up is fancy, as usual, but seemingly simple. Each player is represented by a skull with a hanging rock above it, but not for long. In one of the preview clips we can see the castaways scribbling on a board so they may have to guess at things in each round.
We also see in the episode preview that Reed is likely targeted by Baylor and calls her a brat as a result. Well that’s probably not a good idea unless Missy was already eliminated, or if that was the chop that sent Reed out of the comp.
Check out the photos below and see what we can expect on this week’s Survivor episode:
Only eight castaways remain on Survivor 2014 as we close in on the season finale which means a lot of players will soon be eliminated in rapid fire succession.
Things got pretty wild there in the last Tribal Council when Reed’s big plan to send Jon out in a blindside fell apart when Keith’s own paranoia resulted in his son, Wes, being voted out of Survivor.
Immunity Idols are running thin fast after two were spent last week and just one remains hidden between Baylor and Natalie. Can the ladies use this advantage to take control of the game and continue their streak of sending the men off to Ponderosa? They’re three for three so far!
Just a few more days until we find out what happens next and I’ll be watching for new sneak peeks to share as we close in on Wednesday’s new Survivor episode.
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways going in to Week 11:
- Baylor Wilson
- Missy Payne
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Jon Misch
- Reed Kelly
- Natalie Anderson
Wesley Nale– voted off last week
- Alec Christy
- Keith Nale