Are they allowed to see who voted for them? Are they allowed to see what happens to the tribe after they're voted off?
Rhino thinks that D and T didn't vote for him. He'd be very disappointed with them if he found out they voted him off.
I thought Andrew was the first in the jury?
They don't see who voted for them, and they only see what happens at Tribal Council. They usually go over the events of the last few days, though. The eighth person voted out is always the first on the jury. That's Ryan in this case.
NO Andrew is not in the jury. :)
Kocky, it's not too hard to figure out that he got all 8 votes. If that was not the case, Jeff would've shown them.
He's not just disappointed with those 2 girls, he's probably pissed.
Remember, the Pearl Islands was filmed months earlier. We could bet Ryan himself was on the couch watching the credits roll by while each person's card was shown.
Originally Posted by Kocky_Kamikaze
AND videotaped it at home so that he could watch it frame by frame.
Is there anyone out there who reads lips who could tell us what Christa was saying when she held up her vote? Her expression was really nasty.
Originally Posted by Lil_Cutie
Not necessarily, because he reached the majority number (5) to be voted off before the last 3 were read. The vote count stopped immediately, because no matter who the last 3 votes were for, Ryan was still the one voted off by the numbers. He could very well still believe that T & D voted with him or for someone else unless he recognized their handwriting on the votes shown.
Jeff stopped because Ryan had gottent he majority needed to get the boot. It wouldn't have mattered who the other votes were for.
That may be true. But usually, they arrange the votes to come out of the urn so that the maximum number of votes for each person are shown at TC. The reason, I'm guessing, is two-fold:
Originally Posted by pink_princess
1. They can maximize the tension at TC, and
2. Revealing all the votes cast for the castaway NOT leaving that evening gives the tribe knowledge of "prior votes" which can be used to break tie votes at future TC's.
If Ryan had thought about it (which, judging from his positive final words to T and D, he's didn't), he should have come to the assumption that it was a unanimous vote for his ouster and that T and D "betrayed" him.
I think he could have figured out it was a sweep. As tmcrae says, normally any vote the other way is included, just for tension sake.
On the other hand, he may or may not be pissed. If it was clear he was going to be the pagong vicitm, he may have agreed with T and D following through on their plan to save themselves.
In the end, Ryano had no cards to play to save himself. He tried, but no one wanted him still in the game, he was a visible threat.
Now it should get interesting.
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