Last night on Survivor 41, the Yase Tribe once again found themselves at Tribal Council after losing another challenge.
This week it was David Voce, who goes by his last name, who had to walk up to Jeff Probst and have his torch-snuffed after a blindside that he says made no sense.
Voce spoke to Entertainment Weekly about how he felt with the move made by his tribe.
“Complete and utter blindside, and complete and utter does not make sense, no strategy,” he told EW. “What are you doing? What is wrong with you? Get your heads in the game! And at the end of the day, everyone can vote emotionally. They don’t have to vote logically, but you still vote according to what is best for your alliance. I didn’t know the all-women’s alliance was so strong, but for the all-women’s alliance, you get Xander because he’s the one that’s loaded with all these advantages and he can’t do anything!”
And he definitely didn’t expect anything.
“Xander’s going to be the one that goes, if there’s a blindside, keep it cool,” he added to EW. “Try and get Tiffany if that’s the way it’s going to go, but otherwise just keep it cool because there is no reason to get me out over Xander. If you’re the all-women’s alliance, you have to get Xander out. Xander is dangerous. He has an idol that’s not active. The frustrating thing is, is that it got so confusing because Xander had the extra vote, but you can’t use the extra vote if you don’t have a primary vote. And then you have the Shot in the Dark, which many people were so confused by you can’t use a Shot in the Dark if you don’t have your primary vote. So everyone’s heads were spinning and it became a game of Russian roulette.”
Read the rest of Voce’s interview from Entertainment Weekly here.