I thought it said water, not well. But since they're on a beach, that could have sent him off in any direction.
I like Malcolm, but it absolutely made sense to let him go, since he clearly was the biggest strategic threat of the amigos. At least he was a good sport about it. And hey, Captain Reynold Brannigan continues his quest to be the best looking Survivor winner Of course it could just be the editors messing with us in the preview, but I could totally see Stealth R Us falling apart right when Eddie and Reynold are the only ones left in the alliance, that's how things seem to have gone this whole season.
Go Cochran! He's almost like another Yau Man this season, yeah he had an advantage, but I still loved seeing him beat out Reynold, Eddie, and Malcolm in a pure strength challenge. Did they run out of rice again? I remember last season Penner and Skupin made that rice deal at a reward challenge and that both tribes apparently had used up almost all their rice. I don't really remember this being a problem since the Outback where Probst took their tarp in exchange for enough rice to last the rest of the game, are they getting worse at rationing their food supplies? That would kind of surprise me this season with so many returning players who should know better
Even I can admit that Reynold is somewhat good looking. Better than Eddie, even, which I am surprised to say.
Reynold is not as good looking as he was at the start. While most people look better as their features sharpen as they lose weight I can't say that's true for him. It's not just the straggly facial hair.
In a podcast interview, Dalton Ross (EW) asked Malcolm about what surprised him as he watched the show. He asked: "What was the most surprising thing you saw - either someone's strategy or what they were saying behind your back or just anything in general that you've seen on the show." Malcolm said that the funniest thing for him was watching Eddie and Reynold in the very beginning (their whole cool kids routine). Malcolm said he was thinking, "No wonder everybody hates you clowns. Like, c'mon guys." He laughed at himself that those were the guys he chose to align with.
"Everything you do matters. Every moment, every decision you make – it affects the people around you – it changes the world in a million imperceptible ways. No matter what your reality, you can make it better." -- Richard Castle
It easier for them all to say something after the fact. Malcolm did a few dumb things that's for sure
The average dog is a nicer person than the average person
Reynold is good a challenges, but frankly his strategic gameplay is pathetic. Eddie's is worse.