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Australian Survivor 2019 Episode 11 Recap

Australian Survivor S4 Ep11 - Janine

Throughout this season of Australian Survivor, we now have had the pleasure of witnessing the artful and masterful gameplay from Champions comparable to Janine, Pia, Luke, and David. Nevertheless, in the midst of this whole domination is the story of how the Contenders have dedicated an act of numerical implosion. It was only 4 episodes in the past that the Contenders led the Champions 11-7, and now we finish Episode 11 with a satisfying 7 Champions and 7 Contenders. In this episode, we see more proof of the Contenders imploding and preventing amongst one another ensuing within the numbers of every tribe reaching equilibrium.

As Baden says this episode, get the hearth going and let’s share some tales!


The Charlie’s Angels alliance, consisting of Pia, Abbey, and Janine, is firmly in charge of the new Contenders tribe and has no want to work with the former Contenders. The ex-Champions have a 5-Three benefit over the previous Contenders, with Harry and Casey the subsequent two targets to go. Up till this point, Casey has been making an attempt to play each side of the tribe by remaining trustworthy to her previous Contender tribe members while simultaneously making an attempt to infiltrate the Charlie’s Angels alliance. Nevertheless, she is doing so quite unsuccessfully because the trio of girls caught onto her technique the moment she started having conversations with them.

To Casey’s credit, she really has no different selection. Despite the fact that it’s widespread information that Harry is a target in entrance of her, she knows that he has an idol and that if he performs it, she’d be the doubtless individual going house. She has no other choice however to try to be a part of the dominant alliance as a result of, as we see afterward this episode, the remaining Contenders will take each opportunity to throw one another beneath the bus. The Contenders are a misplaced cause. Casey is completely hammered from all ends this episode with Ross saying in a confessional that she’s is extremely annoying as a result of she gained’t cease talking. This notion of her being a chatterbox seems to be her largest obstacle in working with the Champions, because it makes her seem untrustworthy and unable to maintain a secret. Resulting from this, Janine, Pia, and Abbey speak down about Casey by saying that she is feeding them false info and is silly to assume that she will get away with enjoying the center.

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I feel very sympathetic for Casey all through this episode as a result of I consider that she has good recreation instincts and will do some actual injury in the recreation if Janine, Abbey, and Pia would convey her into their alliance. Casey has proven that she can be very happy to work with the women and abandon her former Contenders if given a chance however undoubtedly has lacked the tact and finesse to tug it off successfully. The Champions just don’t appear curious about working with the Contenders in any respect. In any case, the theme of this season is “retribution” and encourages the two tribes to remain separate factions preventing towards each other. Apart from Matt, nearly all of the Contenders appear very happy to align with the Champions long term. Nevertheless, the Champions are far more transactional and short-term in their interactions with the Contenders.

I digress, we depart the brand new Contenders tribe with Janine, Pia and Abbey recognising that Luke and David are on the underside over on the Champions tribe with seemingly no strategy to save themselves. The facility trio needs to attempt to preserve the variety of Champions heading into the merge. In an effort to do that, they determine they need to throw the Immunity Challenge so that they will vote out Harry. Spoiler alert, they’re successful in throwing the challenge. Although this plan isn’t stored secret for very lengthy as Casey hears the Champions throughout this conversation and later tells Harry of their intentions to eliminate him.


On the new Champions tribe, there’s loads of indignant individuals for a lot of different reasons. Luke is mad that he played his hidden immunity idol regardless of receiving no votes on the final Tribal Council. And Andy is indignant that he is enjoying the sport with “a freaking clown present” as David and Luke refused to heed his recommendation leaving him as the one vote for Daisy. After preventing exhausting to show the cracks within the previous Contenders, Luke and David at the moment are firmly on the underside, up towards a 5-2 numerical drawback. The show credit this largely to the introduction of Shaun into the tribe.

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The subsequent morning, Shaun begins to horse round by nonchalantly revealing to the tribe that David gave him a pretend idol, before enjoying a friendly recreation of show and inform with everyone. At this level, David’s cowl has been properly and really blown. May I remind you that before this, David believed he nonetheless had a chance at working with Shaun. With the information of the pretend idol now being widespread information, David now knows that his relationship with Shaun has gone to a place beyond repair. This idea of a one-sided rivalry or a one-sided alliance/friendship is an fascinating dynamic that Shaun has seemingly unknowingly thrown away. David had been utterly snowed by Shaun up until this point as a result of he was unaware that Shaun knew his idol was pretend.

Now that each one this dirty laundry is hanging out in the open, David recognises his relationship with Shaun is just too fractured to put back collectively. On that notice, one must query why Shaun had to show everybody the idol in the first place? Regardless that a couple of idols have already come and gone, there isn’t a purpose why he couldn’t have used his pretend hidden immunity idol to strategically undermine any person else’s recreation–somebody who’s more idiotic and naïve than he is. Alas, Shaun “The Horse” has proven to be extra emotional than logical in the selections that he makes in this recreation.


It’s an Australian Survivor basic reward problem dilemma. The new Champions tribe win a trip to the Survivor cinema where they get to observe videos despatched from their loved ones whereas stuffing their face with all of the popcorn and ice-cream cones they will eat. There’s one catch: just one individual can go at a time. As David notes, there’s an virtually sure probability that there’s both an idol or a clue hidden at this reward, thus making it imperative that he or Luke be one of the first individuals into the outside cinema.Without even batting an eyelash, John and Daisy recommend that David goes first so that he can see his youngsters, and with that, an order is about. No “if” or “buts” from any bystanders and no “please” or begging from Luke or David vital. It’s simply handed to them on a silver platter.

Australian Survivor S4 Ep11 - Dave

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Upon David’s arrival to the cinema, he’s met with a video enjoying from his wife and youngsters, something he watches for a couple of moments earlier than tearing the place to shreds in search for the idol. After wanting in each nook and cranny, the idol seems inside the popcorn machine. Despite making a multitude, no one (from what we noticed) is suspicious of David and the enormous pile of popcorn that shaped on the ground. The rest of the tribe walks into the outside cinema and cry their eyes out whereas stuffing their face with food. It made for a very fun expertise to observe.

Strolling away from this reward, I do consider that the remainder of the contestants will catch on to David discovering the idol once they all realise that no one else might discover it. But truthfully, I’m in awe of David’s recreation because the whole lot simply appears to go proper for him. It’s like watching a masterful sports participant, Serena Williams for instance; each time she is behind within the scoreline, and match points down, she all the time finds a solution to dig deep and hit a return winner or find an ace down the line. David (and Luke to a lesser extent) have proven comparable tendencies of getting things go their means every time they want it, which has been fascinating to observe up to now, and I can’t wait to see how long they will hold this going for.


The state of affairs going into Tribal is fascinating. The ex-Champions aren’t totally bought on Harry’s immunity idol being actual, but they obviously aren’t going to take any possibilities in case Casey is telling the reality. As such, the five Champions (Janine, Abbey, Pia, Ross, and Simon) plan on splitting the votes Three-2 in Harry’s favour with Casey being the backup choice. If the Contenders stick collectively, they will then take management of the numbers and vote Abbey out–as Harry initially suggests. Nevertheless, the Champions try to cover all their bases by chatting with Casey and Matt and convincing them to vote for Harry. Thereby negating any probability of a flip from occurring.

At Tribal, all of it comes to a head as Casey is firmly thrown beneath the bus by Harry and Matt as her lies come again to chew her. Casey continues to play the middle, which is mirrored by way of her solutions to Jonathan’s questions. She says she believes the women once they say they tried their greatest and didn’t throw the problem and in addition defends Janine by saying that she isn’t the chief. Nevertheless, Matt isn’t having any of this two-faced deception by any means and decides to name Casey out for being “pretend harmless.” The wrestler tells everyone that Casey was the one who advised them concerning the Champion’s plans to throw the problem. Casey denies this profusely and places the blame on Harry–who then joins everyone in throwing Casey beneath the bus.

Australian Survivror S4 Ep11 - Casey and Jonathan LaPaglia (Host)

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At this level, it’s really Casey towards the world as no one seems to consider her and, even worse, no one appears to respect her as a participant for being such a chatterbox. In the long run, Harry plays his idol, and Casey is shipped residence because the backup choice. The Contenders weren’t capable of stick along with Abbey receiving no votes to be voted out.

We finish the episode with the Champions blowing an 11-7 lead in their favour. It might’ve been really easy to stay strong together by voting out all of the Champions till the merge after which use the remaining Champions to make the large moves in the late-game. With that stated, we have now a fair enjoying area heading into subsequent week, which makes this season much more thrilling than it’s been already!