The final nine players left on Survivor tonight have got to hold on to win that necklace and avoid any votes at Tribal Council. Each castaway will stand up on a post with their hands above their heads. Last player standing wins.
Looks like each position is adjusted to fit the players based on their height, so things should stay nice and balanced for everyone. Jeff won’t just be narrating the “just stand there” challenge either as we can see him breaking out some temptations to get the castaways down from their perch.
Do you think this challenge will cater to a stronger guy or a more petite player? I’m wondering how long they’ll last before their arms all go numb!
Tonight on Survivor we’re set to watch the dwindling Huyopa tribe face another choice between eliminating an outsider or blindside a core ally.
We haven’t had much as far as preview clips or photos to share so far for this episode, but what we did see presented Reed as trying to decide if now was the time to go after Jon.
Going after Jon would be a strong move, but does Reed have the allies and votes it’d take to make that happen? Nine people are heading in to Tribal Council this week which means five votes will decide who doesn’t head back to camp. Who do you think it should be if you had a vote to cast?
Tonight on Survivor 2014 – Preview clip:
This week on Survivor the remaining nine castaways compete for this week’s Reward: a roasted turkey! No, no. That’s what you get for surviving the in-laws this week, but let’s hope for something good out there for the castaways.
CBS doesn’t give us much of a glimpse as we head in to this week’s Survivor 2014 episode, but with an odd number someone will have to sit out again as the other eight players will be split over two tribes.
Teams will dive in and swim across to a platform where they’ll climb up and have to jump to retrieve three or four bags hanging out over the water, each with a key tied on. There are four more stations beyond that floating out in the water for more fun activities. Probably something that needs to be unlocked.
Finally at the last platform, shared between the two tribes, there are a set of steps, some rope, a buoy, and something else tied shut. Yeah, I’ve got no idea on what all they’ll do at that final stage, but I’m excited to see what it will be.
So far this season of Survivor has been a great balance of the expected and surprising with a few back and forth moves which have keep things interesting. There have been opportunities for one side of the game to dominate but just as we saw Kass throw that away last season we’re seeing it all over again and in a wider array of sources.
This time around we may see Reed in a position for shifting the game, but I’m more expecting that event to come from Jon and Jaclyn who have done a great job of manipulating situations and insulating themselves from the fallout.
Who is left on Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water? Here’s a rundown of the remaining castaways going in to Week 10:
- Baylor Wilson
- Missy Payne
- Jaclyn Schultz
- Jon Misch
- Reed Kelly
Jeremy Collins– voted off last week
- Natalie Anderson
- Wesley Nale
- Alec Christy
- Keith Nale
In the upcoming Survivor 2014 episode next week the focus is back on Reed as he’s trying to decide which route to take in his pursuit of the million dollar prize. Not bad for a guy that others thought was a sure-thing to be eliminated that night.
Keith suggests Reed is a “gamer” who knows “how to talk to folks and figure stuff out” but does that translate to calling the shots for his alliance? It’s definitely not a bad spot to be in if the rest of his crew is looking to him for guidance and he’s not seen as a stand-out threat to their own chances.
As for Reed’s own plans, he’s trying to decide if he should stick with the Jon alliance or flip and try to get him voted out. Considering the way this season has been a series of surprise flips it seems only fitting for there to be another sneaky vote attack next week. What do you think Reed should do and do you think he has as much control as he thinks?