A little bit of Survivor spoilers for you today with a preview of tonight’s immunity challenge. We’ve seen short clips in the teaser videos already, but here’s a more detailed look at “Bog Roll.”
Since Kalabaw took a double hit last week there will be just five castaways from each tribe competing in this week’s challenge. In the test runs from the video the “Dream Team” worked with two men and one women on each team, two women and one man, and then a full five-member attempt. Oh boy does this thing look rough and messy. Things pretty much turn in to a wrestling match with players stepping away from the ball to throw one another to the ground to gain a brief advantage.
The “Dream Team” ends up playing for beer and food, but there’s more at stake for the Kalabaw and Tandang tribes out in the Philippines. They’ll be fighting for immunity. Can Tandang keep this winning streak going? We’ll know soon enough. In the mean time, check out the Survivor 2012 Philippines video below for tonight’s challenge preview.
On tonight’s Survivor Philippines, the tribes get down and dirty. OK, they get down and muddy.
In the weekly preview, we’re teased with a very messy challenge and the following announcement: “A dirty deal between returning players makes the castaways ready to clean house.”
It looks like Penner and Skupin might be making some sort of pre-merge alliance that doesn’t sit well with their fellow tribe mates. And it sounds like they could both be putting their heads on the chopping block (depending on who loses the challenge). We’ll have to tune in tonight to find out.
Be sure to check in here for the results of tonight’s episode and tomorrow morning for the full recap of Survivor Philippines Episode 6. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2012 news, results and recaps throughout the week. And you can always join us on Facebook and Twitter to get those sent right to you.
Last week on Survivor 2012, the Matsing Tribe fell apart so Malcom and Denise were separated and tossed into the other two tribes.
Denise ended up with the Kalabaw Tribe and Malcome with the Tandang. And Malcom’s addition has made that tribe happy. Especially Pete. He isn’t looking at him as a threat but as a strong ally.
“We’re like a team on steroids,” Pete says in the Secret Scene posted below. “No one can beat us.”
So it sounds like as long as Pete and Malcom team up, they could go far in the game. At least cording to Pete’s thoughts.
“Having Malcom here long term is beneficial,” Pete said. “We could work together. I’ll bring him to the top.”
Survivor Philippines is back Wednesday night at 8 PM ET on CBS. Be sure to check back later for the episode results and a full recap the following morning. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2012 news, results and recaps throughout the week. And you can always join us on Facebook and Twitter to get those sent right to you.
Last week we watched as three tribes became two on Survivor Philippines as the Matsing Tribe was disbanded. This week the Tandang and Kalabaw tribes are in an all-out war, according to the preview for this week’s episode.
“Everyone plays dirty,” show host Jeff Pobsts says in the preview. “The game gets personal.”
Jeff also calls something that comes up “unprecedented.” Of course that’s all we know as this week’s preview is quite the empty teaser. Maybe the dirty part Jeff is talking about is just referring to the fact that there’s clearly some mud wrestling going on. Ha.
Be sure to tune in Wednesday night to find out what goes down on Survivor Philippines and then check back here after for the full recap of this week’s episode. And as always, we’ll be here for all of your Survivor 2012 news, results and recaps throughout the week. And you can always join us on Facebook and Twitter to get those sent right to you.
Dawson became the latest person voted out of Survivor Philippines and the first voted out of the Kalabaw Tribe.
The day after her elimination, Dawson got herself cleaned up and stopped for her exit interview. So what did she think of her Survivor experience?
“It was such an authentic experience …” Dawson said. “It was surreal and vivid and passionate.”
What did she find the hardest part of playing the game?
“I can survivor anywhere,” she said. “I can eat anything. The harder thing is the social game. My social game was on pointe.”
Dawson says she is very proud of her game and that Survivor is a game she loves.
I’m not sure about the other things she said because it’s kind of a loopy interview and I was left scratching my head during most of it. You can watch the video below and if you can translate any of what she’s saying, please do so in our comments section.