Tonight we go into the 10th episode of Survivor Philippines and I think America is making a collective wish that it’s Abi who leaves us tonight. Or at least that’s what I’m gathering from all the social media sites. And from the weekly preview posted below.
“They’ve survived severe weather … they’ve survived without food,” says the announcer in the promo. “But can they survive the most annoying castaway ever?”
Yes, Survivor has officially named Abi-Maria the “most annoying castaway ever.” That’s quite the title. So will the most annoying castaway ever stay or go tonight? We’ll have to wait and see. We do know a little more about the episode though, according to CBS:
Castaways compete for a luxurious spa getaway and tempers flare when one castaway returns with a full belly and a bitter attitude, on the next episode of Survivor: Philippines.
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