Last week on Survivor 2018, we watched as the David Tribe lost another challenge and another one of its tribe members. That leaves us with 18 castaways, so let’s take a closer look at who remains in Survivor David vs. Goliath.
Christian Hubicki. Christian continues to be the leader of the Davids, or at least that’s the edit we’re getting.
Nick Wilson. Nick, once a target, seems to have settled into the majority of the tribe.
Carl Boudreaux. Carl found himself on the outside of the tribe last week and is facing some emotions this coming episode.
Davie Rickenbacker. Davie was also in the majority this past week with the Jessica blindside.
Elizabeth Olson. The cowgirl helped Lyrsa stay and saw Jessica as a threat.
Gabby Pascuzzi. Gabby went from the most quiet to the most vocal, leading the pack to get Jessica out over Lyrsa.
Lyrsa Torres. She was almost voted out this week, but she had built the right kinds of relationships to help her case.
Bi Nguyen. Bi was a little too confident and didn’t really involve herself in the entire tribe so she found herself blindsided along with Jessica.
Jessica Peet Pat Cusack
John Hennigan. The former pro wrestler continues to stand out because he just has such a presence about him.
Alec Merlino. Alec seems to be the tribe’s workhorse as he’s always at the center of challenges.
Jeremy Crawford. Jeremy seems to be one of the more centered and focused. He also speaks his mind, which could land him in trouble eventually.
Dan Rengering. Dan is too focused on Kara and has made a few too many blunders for this early in the game.
Mike White. Mike came out guns blazing as far as the LOOK AT ME, TARGET ME, but he’s settled and faded into the background a bit.
Natalia Azoqa. Still not sure who she is.
Angelina Keeley. She signified herself as the mean girl right way, and I haven’t seen any reason to label her otherwise yet.
Kara Kay. Kara realized that getting close to Dan was a bad idea and has began distancing herself.
Alison Raybould. Alison is a big player it seems. She’s good at challenges and also knows how to step back and let the others pick each other apart.
Natalie Cole. Natalie continues to stand out and not in a good way as far as her game goes. She’s definitely entertaining to us, the viewers, but her tribe is pretty fed up with her already.
What do you think of the Survivor 37 cast? Who do you think will go far and who do you think will fall short?