Well, to say that Jason was a little upset about Scot’s elimination last week, would be like saying Jason and Scot were a little upset by Nick’s blindside. You know when they poured water over the fire.
Jason was clearly on the outs this week on Survivor, and was about to do a-n-y-thing he could to stay. He actually held his anger in, too, so that he could try to figure out how to create another alliance after the worst case possible happened.
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The episode started with Tai apologizing Jason for betraying him — even though he gave all his reasonings which Jason understood. However, that didn’t stop him from being seriously angry, something he hid to try and somehow get back in the game.
For reward this week, everyone was paired up, but since there was seven people, one could not compete. After drawing straws, Jason didn’t get to compete. (In my mind, this is karma for pouring water on the fire and hiding the tools, right?) At the end, Michele and Cydney won the reward — Cydney’s first win — and they got to choose to bring one person to bring with them on a helicopter ride and a chicken dinner. They chose Aubrey, since she hadn’t eaten.
When it came time for immunity challenge, it was obvious that Jason knew he needed a W. It was all about memory this week and speed. Julia and Michele took an early lead and they clearly had great memory, but only Michele rocked the word puzzle aspect, and she took home the necklace this week.
When it came time to talk strategy, Jason and Julia tried convincing Michele and Cydney to blindside Tai; but Cydney, Aubry and Joe were ready to send home Jason — and thought Michele was on their side. During tribal, Jason tried — and I’d say, made some good points — to show everyone that Tai was not to be trusted.
And when it came down to it, neither Jason nor Tai were voted out. There were actually no votes for Jason; instead everyone but Jason and Julia voted for Julia (yes, even her BFF). So, Julia went home.
Are you shocked she went home? Let us know what questions you have for her; we’ll be chatting with her first thing Thursday morning.