Ahead of next week’s season finale of ‘Survivor: Game Changers,’ two were sent home — and I’ll be honest, it was pretty confusing. We attempted to break down that crazy tribal.
After Sierra’s elimination last week, Andrea planted the seed that Sarah was someone that needed to go — she saw a look that showed her Sarah was playing multiple sides. However, it seemed like she was the only one that felt that way. The first immunity challenge was a balancing act with building blocks — it was pretty much making those card houses you made as a kid. Apparently Aubry had been practicing because she killed it, winning immunity head over feet over everyone.
Regardless of Andrea wanting Sarah out, Aubry said Brad was her target. The rest of the group apparently wasn’t on her side, regardless of what she though. She and Andrea wrote down Brad’s name, but everyone else wrote down Andrea. So she was sent home on Night 33.
Needless to say, Aubry was not happy when she to back and was seemingly alone. Tai consoled her a bit longer than Cirie liked, convincing herself she needed to keep an eye on that. However, she probably should have been focusing on prepping for the next immunity challenge. It was a tough one that took strength, patience and yes, intelligence because of course it ended with a puzzle.
Emotions were really high, and Brad felt that the target was on him (I mean, duh), so he did what he had to do — he stayed calm enough through his puzzle to win immunity! The schmoozing at camp immediately began, and to be honest, it was hard to figure out who to trust.
Cirie absolutely broke down making one of the biggest moves of the game so far; she explained to Sarah that the group was targeting her, but Sarah was confident it was Tai going home — so confident, she gave her extra vote advantage to Cirie to show her trust. Cirie decided to take it a next step further to save Sarah; she started crying to Tai saying she would use an advantage to steal Sarah’s vote and save him. That way, he would be secure enough and he wouldn’t use his idol. She’d steal Sarah’s vote but vote Tai.
However, Sarah never thought Cirie would use the advantage, and when Cirie tried to use it, Sarah immediately freaked out and revealed it was non-transferable, something Cirie didn’t read. Now Cirie looked like she was trying to go against Sarah — but she really just wanted to protect her. Either way, this caused everyone to start whispering to everyone else.
The talking and walking back and forth at tribal was nuts, and it was unclear who trusted who, and who was voting who. Ultimately though, Sarah used her advantage to take away Tai’s vote. But she didn’t go after him, and he didn’t play his idol. Tai told Brad who to vote — and it seemed like he listen. Sarah used her two votes on Michaela; Troyzan and Brad used theirs for her as well. Yes, Michaela was sent home. But will Sarah actually trust that Cirie wasn’t planning on using it to take her out? We’ll see on next week’s finale.
HollywoodLifers, are you bummed to see Andrea or Michaela go?