We were gone for 9 days and came home Wednesday night to dozens of hours of DVR'ed programming. We finally got to the two weeks of Survivor last night. Last week's show was a disappointment. We knew Colton was leaving and looked forward to seeing his dramatics. But he went out 'not with a bang, but a wimper'.Pfffftt!
Jeff gave this weeks show away with the promise of a big power switch. Who else could it be but Brad getting voted off? When Hayden, Caleb ad Vytas were talking about how easily Brad turned on John and lied to him at last tribal council, the seed was sown that he could just as easily do it to them. Brad had many times told his tribe that it was better to vote off someone without a loved one on the other tribe and now that applied to Caleb. Brad was either dumb enough or confident enough to stand by that attitude when Jeff asked him and I believe that was the "switch" that turned Caleb around to vote against him. Luckily he was asked a question by Jeff so he could state his vote against Brad and start the rebellion.
Hayden got to the end of BB in his season because he had a strong, silent alliance of four all through the game. He's going to have to come up with a new plan to stick around to the merge and I really hope he does 'cause I like him. He looks so much better when he has had a wet challenge and his hair is pulled back off his forehead. I'd have expected he would get rid of that goofy hairdo by now.
Tyson: "That happened to all the coconuts in Samoa"
So it can't possibly be foul play because all the players from that season were real fine upstanding model citizens.
Good for Caleb for getting Brad out. They should have voted him out sooner. I was pleasantly surprised to see Laura B do so well during the challenge when she was diving to release the blocks. She doesn't look like she'd necessarily be good at that, but it's nice to see her somewhat proving herself in challenges, since as an older woman she's probably seen as a physical liability. She and Kat have been pretty much invisible at camp; though to be fair the winning team gets less coverage in general.
I found it funny when Candice said something about wishing she had been with John on his tribe to "give him some pointers". What, like flipping on his alliance, ultimately leading to his downfall? Cause that's what Candice has done both times she's played. Still don't like her. With her, John, and Brad at RI, I'm having a hard time deciding who I want to win/lose.
"In spite of all the temptation you have endured, all the suffering, you remain pure of heart, just as pure as you were at the age of eleven, when you stared into a mirror that reflected your heart's desire, and it showed you only the way to thwart Lord Voldemort, and not immortality or riches."
As long as Candice loses next week, I do not care who wins
There's no place like home!
I think he is doing both. We see him out catching fish and the boys get the water.Dear Monica.
Here's a little hint. Everyone who has been voted off the other tribe despises your husband. That might give you a clue that he's not being mister "first up to start the fire, catch fish, and be the provider" but probably mister "back stab, alienate, and generally tick everyone off" Oh, and the fact that you'll see him at the next RI "duel" will likely make this point abundantly clear.
I saw Nemo on a spear
The day that John and Candace spent alone looked pretty ideal. Gorgeous weather and gorgeous beach.
That was a great message! And I've had a terrible day, so thank you.I love random acts of kindness.Really, realy appreciated.Scott- RIP SDL<3