With Julia joining Gondol this week, the game of he-said she-said was at an all-time high on this week’s ‘Survivor.’
Were you aware there was a Greek God playing this season of Survivor? Well, that’s what Debbie thought. Right away we watched her compare Nick to “Adonis” with a great angular face — something she knew because she used to be a model. Has anyone found those shots yet? But I digress.
For the first part of the reward challenge, one person from each team had to swim out and release a bunch of balls from underneath the water. For Chan Loh, Michele was slower untying the knot underwater than Gondol’s Aubry — and this challenge was one Chan Loh really needed the lead on since part two was Nick against Scot . . . at basketball. Nick held his own but ultimately Scot won it for Gondol– and Michele took the blame.
Afterward, Debbie kept encouraging Michele, explaining it wasn’t her fault — while Nick basically babied her, and prompted her to say to the camera: “I don’t need to be carried, bro.” No girl, you do not.
Meanwhile on the Gondol tribe, Aubry and Joe wanted Julia out, after she came back from being secluded. However, Peter was all about getting out one of them. Joe, as an ex FBI agent approached Peter and absolutely knew he wanted him out. And unfortunately, they would have to make that decision. When it came time to the immunity challenge, it was all about team work and both teams took completely different strategies — ultimately, it was Chan Loh’s team that had the better strategy and they won it all!
Naturally, after the challenge the back and forth continued — Peter turned on Julia, telling Joe and Aubry he’d vote her; Julia, Scot and Tai told Joe and Aubry that Peter was saying Aubry’s name. Basically, per usual, it was all he-said-she-said. At tribal, there was non-stop whispering going on between Scot, Tai and Aubry… and it literally felt like no one knew what was going on. Then Scot said out loud, “Julia, original plan?” Aubry and Joe took that as meaning her. I think. Was anyone else confused?
Well when it came down to it, the votes were split — well for a second. We actually saw Aubry write down Julia. But when that last name was pulled, it was crossed out and Peter’s name was written.
Are you shocked about his elimination? Do you think it should have been Julia? Let us know! And make sure to come back tomorrow for our interview with Peter.