This week’s episode of Survivor 2013 Caramoan starts off with the fans at each others’ throats. Eddie and Reynold are now the outcasts of the tribe despite their “muscle.” But like Michael said, they’re not winning challenges WITH those two, so why couldn’t they try the game without?
Reynold still has his immunity idol, but Eddie has no protection. But right now, this is all neither here nor there as who knows how the rest of the game is going to play out this week.
Meanwhile, over at the favorites camp, Phillip is rambling on about all the dumb nicknames he’s given all of his tribemates. I can’t keep track of everyone’s names and I don’t really want to. Feel free to share the names in our comments section below though! I had originally thought that Andrea was left out of this, but no, Phillip has named them all.
It’s reward challenge time. This week they’re playing for the reward of a local bushman’s visit. WHAT? That sounds not good. Until Jeff explains it. He will come with food (chicken, fruit, etc.) and improve every aspect of their lives, Jeff says.
It was a very close game, but in the end the Favorites win the reward.
The tiny little bushman arrives at the Favorites’ camp and starts whipping everything into shape. No one can really understand him and Malcolm sums it up best: “He’s like a Filipino Gollum.”
Back at the Gota Tribe camp, the fans are sulking in their latest lost. Reynold and Eddie are doing the usual and talking smack about Shamar. I’m not saying they shouldn’t be. I know I would be too. He basically does nothing all day long and he’s managed to not be voted off the show yet.
FINALLY, the others seem to be catching on to what Reynold and Eddie have been seeing. At one point, Shamar even tells the others that he won’t quit if they let h I’m lay around all day and SERVE him his rice. Wow. This can’t be for real. Can it?
And then the storm comes. And the rats. All the rats. The fans are all huddled in their tiny little shelter as a Hurricane blows in. And then they’re suddenly swamped with rats. And in typical Survior fashion, it’s over as soon as it’s begun.
The next morning, Shamar’s lunacy continues. Now he’s rocking back and forth and whining about a piece of sand in his eye. So his distress sends in Jeff to assess the situation. Jeff sees that it is actually swollen. A medic checks out his eye and they conclude that he has some damage to his cornea and that he should be pulled from the game.
Shamar sort of pretends that he doesn’t want to go, but we all know he really wants to go. He pretends to doubt it some more and then shrugs and is all, OKBYE.
With Shamar gone, Eddie and Reynold know that the plan will go back to getting one of them out. So they know they have to fight in the immunity challenge.
Speaking of, it’s immunity challenge time. It’s not an easy challenge, either. They have to run across floating squares, dive, swim, climb, jump, retrieve a key, and bring it back. Once they have five keys the other two players will try to knock down blocks on a ledge.
The favorites get an early lead and hold on the whole time and once again win the challenge. But Reynold almost made a fantastic comeback. Almost.
Once again the Fans are heading to Tribal. And Reynold and Eddie know their done for. Well, Eddie is. Reynold can play his immunity idol. But finally Matt has an obvious thought and that’s to keep the muscle to at least try to win something. And in turn ditch Laura. Just your typical Survivor flip-flopping. Enough of that, let’s get to Tribal and find out what really happens.
The most notable thing that happened was that Reynold did play his immunity idol.
- Laura: 6
- Reynold: 1
Laura is voted off Survivor.
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