RT @AdorkableRach: Happy 80th Birthday to Frank Biondo who has been a cameraman on Sesame Street since DAY ONE, and he's STILL doing it!!!…
Wow…this is turning into one of the more “No clue who will win” Survivor’s in quite awhile. Everyone has a target on them, and it is all going to come down to immunities.
So everyone was still jumping around from last weeks alliance shifts. Ian and Tom were uncertain what Caryn’s new plan was. Katie was a possability for the Tom/Ian alliance and Jennifer was just kind of floating.
So much happened this week, with so much shifting, it is almost impossible to recap. Tom did win immunity (again) and they all went to tribal council. As Caryn figured she had a target on her already, she spilled her guts before the vote. She revealed every little thing going on, but some had a definite slant to favor her that weren’t real. Watching the jury reactions to everything said was hillarious. (Especially Coby) When the vote came down to it though, Caryn went home.
So, the final four, how did they get there.
Ian – He played hard, but too much emotion. Plus, he won the car. No Survivor who has won the car has ever won the big prize. Think it’s just fate.
Jennifer – She rode Gregg’s coat tails, and flew under the radar. Honestly, we don’t know much about her except, she is there.
Katie – Abrasive, talks a good game, will play on Ian’s emotions as she did tonight. That may keep her around for final three depending on immunity.
Tom – A good strategist, except now he is getting antsy and trying to strong arm people now. He is on an immunity streak right now. That’s a problem because first time he loses, he’s out.
This Survivor has my attention more than the last couple. Can’t wait to see how it plays out!