Last week on Survivor One World, Kim ruffled feathers when she chose Chelsea to join herself and Alicia on the helicopter ride and pic that she won during the reward challenge.
Kat threw an infantile fit, which almost gave Troyzan an out, but not quite. In this week’s Secret Scenes, we’ve got Kim talking about how the reward wasn’t really worth it in the end because it felt more like a chore than a reward after having to do damage control with Kat.
Alicia’s scene is Alicia being Alicia. She doesn’t have much heart, so it comes as no surprise that she would have done the same thing Kim done without the whole feeling bad about it part, of course. I still can’t believe she’s a special needs teacher.
Lisa M.: Troy, if you could go back and change one move in the game what would it be? Hate you were voted out, was rooting for you all the way!
Troy: I appreciate your support. It means a lot. If I could change one move I would have voted out a girl before I voted out Jonas for sure. I would have used my power when I won immunity to convince my tribe that Jonas was going to stay.
Lisa P.: Troy, who was the hardest person to really get along with on the island?
Troy: That’s easy – Mike. He thinks that he is honest and he is not.
This week, the women continued to shut the men as Troyzan was sent packing form the Survivor One World island.
The day after his elimination, CBS sat him down for an interview, after he shaved and cleaned himself up of course, and asked him about his Survivor 2012 experience.
He talks about finding the immunity idol, winning immunity and how it felt to be one of the few people to actually play the game hard. He says he’s proud of his accomplishments even though it put a target on his back.
He also says he’s kind of surprised he made it as far as he did. He says he thought he’d be seen as a threat earlier on and be sent home right away. Sure, maybe in a normal season of Survivor, but this one is special. On the planet where special means terrible.
Find out what else Troy had to say in the video posted below.
As if we didn’t already know it, I think we have our proof now. Yes, the Survivor One World men are some of the worst players in the show’s history.
They walked in with attitudes and literally strutting around like roosters. They picked the biggest
coc rooster of them all as their leader – Matt – and we all know how that went. And now, in Episode 11, there’s only one left. And he’s the oldest and the weakest of all the men. Amazing.
That means this week, Kim’s master plan is near completion and Troyzan was the latest to have his torch snuffed by Jeff. That means poor old Tarzan will go next week and the girls can finally start their civil war. Well at least after they eliminate Christina the following week.
Tonight on Survivor 2012: One World we’ve got another installment of the “Troyzan Fights For His Life” series. The show leaps right in to its first challenge: luxury. The reward is a picnic for three, but we’ll get to that later. The castaways are playing “mob rules” where everyone answers a question about the other castaways. Those who get it right take a hatchet to their competitors’ effigy. After three strikes the effigies fall into the flames and leave behind a skeleton. It’s quite clever. It’s also quite creepy.