Survivor One World: Mike Answers Fans’ Twitter, Facebook Questions| April 9, 2012 at 11:49 AM EST
Survivor One World said goodbye to Michael Jefferson this week when he was blindsided during Tribal Council. All season long, CBS is letting fans ask the ousted contestants questions via Twitter and Facebook. Here’s what fans asked Mike and what he had to say about his Survivor 2012 experience.
Laura B.: Did you have any suspicion on being voted out or were you completely blind sided?
Mike: I would say that I was completely blindsided. I had a good thing going with the Salani tribe and I just didn’t think that it was my time yet.
Cyndi M.: Who do you think was the leader in getting you voted off? And do you think that he or she will make it to the final 3?
Mike: I think that Kim did start the drama with Troy and myself so she did know how to pull his strings but it was a collective effort by the new Salani tribe. It is hard to say who will make it to the final three.
Manjari R.: Do you think you have underestimated women in the show?
Mike: Not at all. I went into this game, in pre-game interviews saying that I know girls stick together, and that is one of the biggest fears that I had.
Roland J.: Mike what was the Hardest part living on the island?
Mike: The hardest part was the constant drama and the bamboo bed.
Janet S.: What did you learn about yourself?
Mike: I learned that I shouldn’t take anything for granted like access to food and water and how great my friends and family are.
Jason L.: Mike will you hold a grudge as most blindsided jurors do?? and who made you the maddest?
Mike: I’m not going to hold a grudge. I think it was actually pretty cool that I was blindsided. I think I’m a pretty smart guy but I had no idea that was going on. I think Troy made me the maddest out there. I think he just cast judgment on me without even knowing me.
Karen S.: Do you think the women will turn on each other before or after they get rid of all the men?
Mike: I think that is tough to say. If they are smart they would take off the men now while they have the chance, but if the numbers were even they might not get that chance.