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?
This week on Survivor Live host Jeff Schroeder sits down with Dale Wentworth to discuss the latest events from this week’s show and his elimination.
Dale doesn’t hold back as he runs through lots of interesting topics. We hear from him about how he nearly threw up in the first Tribal Council, how pissed he was about Kelley being voted off, and even “I thought this was Survivor, not Let’s Make A Deal” when it came to the rice trade this week. No kidding! These interviews are definitely getting better as we go and there’s more drama to cover.
I know the rice drama disappointed a lot of fans and I’ve got to agree. Dale points out that if you don’t leave the first challenge with flint then you go three days without food or water because you can’t start a fire. He thinks they should have left Hunahpu to go at least that long once they ran out of rice. It’s an interesting point, but what do you think?
Check out Dale’s full “Survivor Live” interview video with Jeff below and hear what else he had to say about his time on Survivor.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for the Wentworth family on Survivor 2014, but now they can settle in and watch the season play out like the rest of us.
Last night on Survivor we saw some pretty good action with what was definitely a tough mental challenge in the Exile Island arena and a surprisingly unsurprising result at the Immunity Challenge. Does Coyopa translate to incompetent? I just don’t get it. Even after the Shuffle it’s still going on, but at least that ends next week with the Merge!
Gotta love how Jeremy resisted the rice trade at the Hunahpu camp. I don’t blame him for wanting to tough it out, but then again I’m not sure if I’d rather be starving or drenched from the rain. Not fun either way, right?
Check out the photos from last night’s Survivor Blood Vs Water courtesy of CBS.
The latest castaway to be voted off Survivor sat down on the beach for his “Day After” interview and shares reflections on the season and accomplishments that kept him moving in the game.
Dale Wentworth came out on the losing side of a 3-2 vote in this week’s Tribal Council after Coyopa failed once again to secure their safety (good grief), but he took the loss in stride and had a very positive attitude about his experience.
Ranking himself on a 1-10 scale Dale says he’d give himself a 7 for his performance on the tribe by proving his worth with shelter and especially making fire. Dale says he knew “there’s no way” he could have secured enough votes to stay, but he’s proud with how hard he worked to save his butt. His last day and a half were his hardest working days and from what we saw with his fake Idol moves I’m not surprised.
The experience was especially exciting for Dale because of how he got to spend the time with his daughter Kelley, who was voted out last week. He says this gave him a chance to see what a strong and capable person she has become in a way that you’d never get to witness elsewhere.
Watch Dale’s full interview in the video below for lots of interesting details from his time on Survivor 2014.