Last night on Survivor One World, it wasn’t the women of the Salani Tribe that were falling apart all over the place. The men of the Manono Tribe are the ones who lost everything and starting falling apart at the seems.
Finally, after losing everything for two weeks, the women were able to redeem themselves. It all started with the Survivor reward challenge. Up for grabs were a fishing supply kit and a canoe with paddles. Since it finally wasn’t a physical challenge, but a game of memory, the women killed it. They easily defeated the men and walked away with the fishing gear and boat.
Of course just when you think the Salanis are no longer going to irritate you to the point of wishing death on yourself, we’re reminded that their shelter sucks and they suck at building fire. And it’s rainy, cold and wet. They keep going to the men to steal fire then basically refuse to do anything for the men in return. Isn’t that the story of life? Ha. I’m kidding. I promise.
Survivor One World Episode 3 results time tonight as the women’s tribe, Salani, is poised to potentially take its third straight week of losses against the Manono. Read on to see if Salani made a good choice in last week’s elimination or if Kat is up to her usual flubs in this week’s Survivor immunity challenge.
So it looks like the females of the Salani tribe are not going to be the only ones strained. Tonight it seems the men and the Manono Tribe find a couple cracks in their once-solid foundation.
It also looks like we’ve got a pretty cool challenge tonight and we’ve got behind-the-scenes look (below) at how the challenge works — fully equipped with stand-in players.
It looks like things are really going to heat up on Survivor One World this week.
According to the promo, “alliances are breaking, tensions are rising, and the lies … just beginning.” And from the video below, it looks like Colton might not be public enemy number one this week. It looks to be Matt. Will the cocky self-proclaimed leader of the Manono Tribe to something that will cost him the Survivor 2012 game? We’ll find out Wednesday night.
Last week on Survivor 2012, we saw the Salani Tribe lose another challenge and all fingers were pointing to Kat (despite Nina being sent home). In this Survivor One World Secret Scene, Kat owns up to what she did wrong with the challenge.
It sounds like she’s learned some lessons from her mistakes, so we’ll see if she (and the others in her tribe) improve their performance.