CBS has released a set of photos ahead of tonight’s episode of Survivor entitled “There’s Gonna be Hell to Pay.” Apparently Brandon continues to be trouble with no gain for himself while Malcolm and Connie might have a little something something developing on the side. We’ll have to see how bad that turns out for them considering what happened to Allie last week after a hookup with Eddie.
Check out the preview for tonight’s Survivor 2013 show and then join us tonight for a live blog recap of the results. Should be good times ahead as this season is looking like fun so far! Are you enjoying it as much as we are?
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Tonight’s Survivor 2013 Caramoan episode title is “There’s Going To Be Hell To Pay.” So I think we can expect some pretty intense drama.
The official show description offers us a little insight.
A bond between Malcolm and Corinne leads to a discovery that could enliven the game. Later, alliances shift just before an intense Tribal Council.
Sounds like fun! It looks like we can also expect more drama out of Brandon as he threatens to pee on the food and burn his camp to the ground. Check out the episode preview posted after the jump.
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This week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan, it would appear that all hell breaks loose in both camps.
According to the preview posted below, Shamar is on the warpath after getting four votes to be eliminated during last week’s tribal council.
“The camp is in chaos,” Laura says with a grin. So since she’s grinning, it can’t be that bad, can it?
Meanwhile over at the favorites camp, it looks like Brandon is already back on his rampage. His pact to play the game clean and simple sure didn’t last long. This time he’s treating to pee in the rice and beans and burn the shelter to the ground. How nice, Hantz.
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This week on Survivor Caramoan, Allie said goodbye as she was the second to have her torch snuffed, and even though she was only in the game for a short time, she says she’s taking a lot away from the experience.
“It was a little too short for my liking but overall I had an amazing experience,” Allie said in her Survivor 2013 exit interview the day after elimination. “I learned a lot about myself.”
She also learned a lot about other people.
“You learn to appreciate people. You learn to communicate with people,” She said. “You don’t take people for granted. Listen to everybody.”
Allie was target by her alliance of fans because she got too close too fast to four others in the game.
She knows getting into the foursome is why she was voted off. But she doesn’t regret it because she says she knows she’ll be friends with Hope, Reynold and Eddie for the rest of her life.
This week’s Survivor 2013 Caramoan opens on the favorites reeling after Francesca was eliminated at the first Tribal Council. For some reason Brandon is really upset. So he and Dawn are arguing. Dawn goes off and cries and can’t understand how Brandon can be so mean. I guess she doesn’t know much about the Hantz family.
Meanwhile, Brandon is fed up and feeling “revengeful.” So he’s thinking of going “Russell Hantz style.” He’s having a typical crazy country boy moment that makes no sense. He wants to play dirty and go out with a bang. Yada yada. The worst villains are the ones that try to be a villain. Over it.
The next day the Gota tribe (the fans) are getting settled in and personality types are starting to come out. Shamar is laying low. Some of the others are deciding that he’s lazy and if they go to Tribal, he’ll be the one to go.
Back at the Bikal tribe camp, Brandon has settled down and Cochran is trying to keep some sense flowing through him. And Brandon decides to try to play the game as clean as possible. “The best thing I can do is be nice,” he says.