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Survivor: Edge of Extinction Episode 8


Gus and Ali, a real-life couple and followers of Survivor, shall be individually ranking the Survivor Season 38 castaways into two categories, Scorching or Not, based mostly on who they assume has potential longevity in the recreation. Hots are indicative of castaways who we expect played properly this week or who’re setting themselves up for fulfillment; Nots are indicative of castaways who we expect didn’t and aren’t. As a way to avoid what Gus likes to call “hedging bets,” Nots cannot be given to more than half plus one of many castaways. For instance, with twelve individuals remaining in the recreation, the utmost variety of Nots that may be given out is seven.

Go ahead, hit us together with your greatest shot. We’re in all probability flawed anyway, however that’s why it’s fun!

WARNING: This phase makes use of content material from the “Subsequent Time On” preview. In case you are somebody who doesn’t like watching these segments prior to the present, do not learn additional. You’ve been warned.



It’s already been stated, nevertheless it bears repeating that Wentworth and Lauren each have been tremendously gutsy to not play either of their idols this deep into the game, understanding that they’ve been within the minority and have been kind of constantly focused since…properly, day one. I was pleased with Wentworth this week for defying my expectations – she extended an olive department to David earlier than David came to her, and it seems as though they’ve correctly made up. It is sensible to me that these two WOULD be capable of reconcile their variations – returnees are typically higher at setting apart the emotional facet of the sport. They usually’re not in a Tony/Sandra Recreation Changers state of affairs wherein it’s early sufficient that any perceived betrayal should point out a long-term drawback in technique – however I truthfully was involved that Wentworth would go away David in her crosshairs for a while, persevering with her weird technique from last week’s episode of scrambling and hiding. Major props to her for bringing it again and working with David.


“It’s nearly a gut feeling and hoping you’re right.”

Kelley has huge cojones for not enjoying her idol final week. That gamble paid off as she’s now sitting comfortably within the majority with an idol in her pocket. There will in all probability be a storm coming for Kelley as soon as once more, however she has the weapons at her disposal to remain in the recreation. I feel good about Wentworth this week.



Similar vein as Wentworth here. David managed to pack up all of the emotional baggage from last week and smother any fledgling fears of longer-term betrayal by Wentworth (at the very least in the intervening time) and type what’s no less than a voting bloc of Lesu and is at greatest a proper alliance of five. I don’t see Wentworth and David turning towards one another within the near future, particularly as they’re the only returnees left within the recreation correct, but I might also be stunned to see them sitting next to at least one another on the finish. There’s an argument to be made that turning towards Kama was a mistake for David; that he’d have been a lot better off driving Ron and Eric for a couple of votes and then turning issues around after a number of the Lesu had fallen and the Kamas have been starting to self-destruct. However, Kama already started self-destructing this week, so as far as I can inform there was no different transfer that David might have made with out entrenching and drenching himself in Kama Robust rhetoric, which would have been horribly clear as a tactic. His pushing Julia and Eric in the direction of making the move that Wardog encouraged them to make earlier in the episode was each nicely dealt with and decently adequately subtle to hopefully dissuade any Kamas from coming after him for it. At this level within the recreation, I feel David has probably the most options for getting to the top of anybody – he’s hardly anyone’s number one enemy, although some of Kama could be bitter about his betrayal. The most important variable in his near-term gameplay is how Rick handles their break-up.


“In Survivor, there’s all the time one dialog you look back on.”

David simply might have blown up his spot this week alongside together with his different half. As an alternative, he managed to stay in Kelley and Rick’s good graces on the similar time. David noticed his path forward in the recreation was divergent from Rick, and he was capable of categorical it without burning bridges. That’s masterful play. David stuck to his objectives and now finds himself in a better position than the earlier week. Now, time will tell if Rick will hold this week’s vote towards David. I don’t assume he will, because David outlined pretty clearly for Rick his objectives shifting ahead. Nevertheless, it might be that this idol state of affairs might come to a head this week. If it does, I trust David to keep his head about him and play nicely. Rick, then again…



Wow. Speak about a face-heel flip. Devens went from close to the top of my record for “yeah this man might completely win” to the top of my record for “who is this clown?” A commonly heard mantra in Survivor goes something like “say yes to each plan that involves you.” That’s an exaggeration – I might argue that the perfect strategy is more along the strains of “pay attention to every plan that involves you and make sure individuals really feel heard, even in case you’re not committing to their plan.” What the mantra is NOT is “shut down individuals who need to work with you, insult them in the course of, after which gloat about how powerful you’re and the way you don’t want them anymore.”

I understand where Devens was coming from in his dialog with Wardog: he felt harm by Kama’s option to senselessly goal him eventually week’s vote, and he felt welcomed by Kama for not concentrating on him (incorrect selection, I feel, but, no matter). Still, if your perceived enemies determine they’re open to working with you, the least you are able to do is hear them out. That means, down the road, you’ll be able to determine whether you need to work with them sooner or later – even when it takes a vote or two to decide to it. In the event you shut them down and rip into them for being horrible individuals, all you’re doing is guaranteeing that they’ll never need to work with you once more. This was a surprisingly silly transfer for Rick to make, especially contemplating that he had virtually no good knowledge indicating that Kama truly needed him as greater than a quantity. And that David – his closest ally and the one that is HOLDING THE OTHER HALF OF THE  HIDDEN IMMUNITY IDOL – was brazenly telling him that he was making the flawed choice.

Oh, and let’s speak about that idol, we could? Did anyone else crack up when Rick stated (paraphrasing), “hey, I’d like that half of the idol back, by the best way” AFTER ripping into Lesu and David TO DAVID’S FACE?! What did he anticipate, that David would simply concede to the unimaginable superiority of Kama (and therein Rick) and give up the idol for worry of being focused? I’m stunned to say that I truly really am enjoying how this idol is affecting the sport and it’s solely as a result of Devens determined to obliterate his alliance with the individual he shared it with. Who will wind up with it, if anyone? I don’t know. I’m hoping for a double Zahalsky/Rimmer state of affairs at Tribal.


“I’m dying to get back with the previous Lesu… Besides that I don’t need to f***ing get again with you guys at all.”

Wow, that was just an epically dangerous week for Rick. Right here I am considering that he was going to be the winner of the season, and now I’m simply in shock at how poorly he performed this. Rick alienated his most trusted ally, and misplaced half of his idol in order that he might play from the bottom of the Kamas. Either approach, Rick was in a nasty position, and I perceive that it is perhaps troublesome to work with people who burned you. Typically, it’s a must to put your feelings aside in the recreation of Survivor. Rick failed to try this this week, so it’s a Not from me.



Part of me hopes that Ali provides Wardog a Not this week so I can roast her for it. This man is a VERY strategic participant, and his talent got here out in spades this episode. Talking Julia and Gavin (and perhaps Aurora) into making this transfer this early in the recreation was a very spectacular feat – making half of the opposing MAJORITY alliance really feel as though they have been in imminent hazard from their own leadership isn’t straightforward, particularly once they outnumber you by such a wide margin. Much more than that, Wardog has never acquired votes, and he’s been a strategic aspect for just about your complete recreation. That’s either the mark of a goat (I doubt it) or of someone whose strategic recreation is hovering just far enough underneath the radar that folks aren’t choosing up on it but – however can also be close enough to the floor that he might fairly take credit for his moves at Ultimate Tribal Council. On the danger of conjuring up a Joe Anglim type boot, I’m going to paraphrase what Ali stated a few weeks in the past about Joe and say, “this is the most effective I’ve felt about Wardog all season.”


“You retain preventing on this recreation.”

Dan, child, I know we’ve had our variations prior to now. We haven’t all the time agreed. You’ve overplayed, I’ve stated sassy things. But Danny, child, I would like you to know I used to be incorrect. I would like you again, Dan, child. So this music goes out to you…

Wardog’s play this week was masterful, plain and simple. He’s the rationale all the Lesus are nonetheless within the recreation. Kudos, Wardog.



Most of what I stated above about Kelley might be stated about Lauren too, but I’d like to add to that how much I liked her complete Immunity Problem arc – from “I’m feeling a bit dizzy” to “I can’t see anything, I’m about to black out” to “DAMMIT!” Lauren maintained an virtually spooky air of calm in a state of affairs that may freak many individuals the hell out. I’m unsure if it’s her background as an athlete, who possible is used to pushing her body to its restrict, or if it’s just indicative of Lauren’s basic badassery, however WOW is that lady hardcore. Gameplay clever, not a ton from Lauren this week. She’s good at issues. She’s in all probability not too good at issues. That’s about all I acquired.


“Damn it!”

Once I was in high school, I was in the choir and the glee club. Primarily, I used to be that musical theater nerd that wouldn’t shut up about Wicked. Every year, with out fail, we might have no less than one scholar faint during a apply as a result of they locked their knees while they sang. This challenge was primarily designed for individuals to faint because contestants have been required to lock their knees as a way to maintain the block upright. Unsure what the challenge creators have been anticipating on this one. I don’t assume Lauren’s starvation had anything to do with it.

Regardless of Lauren’s fainting stint, don’t start evaluating her to a fainting goat. This woman is here to play onerous, and I’m thrilled I made her my winner decide. Like with Wentworth, Lauren’s position in the recreation was improved this week, and she or he has an idol in her pocket as well. Next week’s shenanigans will in all probability not affect the fainting queen.



I stand by the selection I made final week to make Ron a Scorching. He might have performed nicely from there, and he might have performed badly, and I hoped that he would play properly however fearful that he would play badly. Turns out, he played badly. Very badly. Laughably badly. I’m stepping into on Ron somewhat bit here, but truthfully, if he’d been on Ghost Island or if he’d handled the outliers of his alliance higher he’d nonetheless be in a very good place this week. His failure was in pushing his bizarre groupthink mentality concerning the family visit and in not devoting enough individual time to his alliance members. I feel Ron might have slipped a bit too much into instructor mode, by which I imply he might have been working underneath the idea that his objective was to be listened to and/or obeyed moderately than working as a team-builder or chief amongst friends. A domineering player isn’t something that’s appealing on Survivor (until they’re appearing so comically buffoonish that you would be able to write them off as a ultimate tribal goat), and Ron’s gameplay these past few weeks was just off sufficient that it resulted in his downfall.

I feel Ron’s largest sin, though, was his failure to manage his alliance. It was clear that he was near Eric and apparently to Julie (as I had predicted within the preseason – yay!), however his failure to fix fences with Aurora and his (nicely, principally Eric’s) lack of ability to reassure Julia led to nearly all of his personal alliance feeling alienated from him. It’s by no means good when FOUR individuals inside an alliance of roughly seven are reacting so poorly to your management that they select to destroy the alliance fairly than remain underneath your steerage. Additionally, in the event you ever say on a reality TV show that you simply’re a “puppet grasp,” it gained’t end properly for you (editor’s word: until you’re Dr. Will Kirby). Simply as a basic rule of thumb.


“I’m the puppet master.”

Oof. It’s by no means a superb look when somebody calls themselves the puppet grasp. Sometimes, meaning they’re in for a rude awakening. Ron almost went residence this week, and I consider he was only saved as a result of Eric was a much bigger bodily menace. This instructor is clearly the chief of his alliance, and it might behoove the others to remove him going ahead. Ron couldn’t hold his scheming a secret, and gave Wardog an awesome alternative to shake things up. His tribal council efficiency additionally left much to be desired, and Jeff was simply capable of poke holes in his logic. At this level, I doubt Ron will see the household visit.



This was surprisingly a hard name to make. I agree with Victoria that making this transfer this week was too early, and I additionally don’t assume Julia actually showed much company or worked in her greatest interest in making this transfer. It was very a lot a plan that she (and Gavin) inherited from Wardog, and it was most undoubtedly designed explicitly to assist Lesu get additional in the recreation. With that being stated, Julia’s efforts to determine the truth of the Kama state of affairs have been genuine and thorough, and the proof that she gathered did point out that Eric did not see her as his ally. Her pulling in SO MANY PEOPLE (Victoria, probably Aurora, though I feel Aurora flipped individually and of her own volition) can also be indicative of a larger strategic move than simply following Wardog’s marching orders. Had Julia finished this poorly, she might have easily brought votes upon her head, but she played it very properly, and I feel set herself up for a degree of strategic mobility as the sport continues.


“It is perhaps my time to make an enormous move.”

I went forwards and backwards as as to if to provide Julia a Scorching or Not. On the one hand, I feel that this move might have been too early. There would have been benefit to sitting this one vote out, eliminating Kelley, after which flipping. Julia could have quite a number of enemies going back to camp this week. Nevertheless, I also have to take a look at what’s greatest for Julia going ahead. As of now, Julia was just about a nonentity in the recreation. In addition, had Kelley Wentworth gotten wind of a plan towards her, she in all probability would have played her idol anyway. Finally, the query is if Julia’s target has grown since she made this transfer? I’m considering no. There are so many greater targets in front of Julia on each side, and Julia did have to have some sort of transfer to say as her personal as a way to win. Additionally, the fact that Julia was capable of convince Gavin and Victoria to work together with her (and not rat her out to Ron) indicates she might have extra social capital than I assumed. The chaotic tribal promised in the Subsequent Time On makes it troublesome to guage Julia’s safety in the recreation, so I give her a hesitant Scorching.



Though I still love Julie and am thrilled to have her in my draft (she’s the one considered one of my draft picks who I see as having even a semblance of a chance to win), her steady sense of moral outrage at people who are making an attempt to play Survivor is starting to grate on me. From her hypocritical horror at Kelley’s concentrating on Rick while she was on the brink of drink Joe’s blood to her weeping over Aurora’s bargaining with Victoria during Lauren’s fainting spell, it’s develop into clear that Julie actually hasn’t had to play the sport in any respect so far. She stated it herself right before the merge (perhaps in a secret scene): “It’s exhausting to imagine us dropping a challenge at this point.” There’s a secret scene wherein she’s rattling off all the food gadgets that Kama tribe had collected prior to the merge and realizing halfway via that there was a lot meals she’d truly forgotten about a great deal of it. If Julie had ever needed to scrounge or scavenge or scramble, I feel she’d be an entire lot extra sympathetic to her fellow castaways who’re enjoying from the underside and desperately making an attempt to make things work. As it is, her angle is just setting her as much as both be gracelessly eradicated or to seem like much more of a hypocrite when she starts scrambling.


“I’m gonna lose it.”

Julie voted in the minority this week, spelling dangerous information for her recreation. She’s been enjoying fairly emotionally these days, what with claiming that sending Rick back to Extinction is ‘evil’ and crying over Aurora’s negotiating with Victoria. Granted, I understand that the fainting episode, particularly, can be an emotional experience. It’s definitely by no means fun to see somebody cross out, and, as a crier, I perceive. Nonetheless, preserving one’s feelings in verify is a vital a part of the game, as is voting in the majority. I feel that we may be arrange for a showdown between Aurora and the rest of the Kama. Based mostly on Julie’s reaction to Aurora, I feel there could also be hassle ahead between these two. I don’t know if Julie will be capable of maintain her emotions in examine whereas enjoying from the underside, however I hope she surprises me.



This was actually the only transfer for Aurora this week. Her alliance betrayed her fairly onerous final week, and when she sought a measure of reconciliation, she had it thrown back in her face. There was little or no she might have achieved aside from flip over to the Lesu aspect. I’m unsure what her next transfer is; the game seems to be to have been blown broad open at this level, and she or he might work with nearly anybody (properly, apart from Ron). Her additional vote can also be going to make her either a highly useful alliance member or be squandered or make her harmful, but if she’s clever, she’ll maintain that each one to herself. As it stands, Aurora has a whole lot of choices, and for each that and taking her future into her own palms, she’s getting herself a Scorching this week.


“I’ve no allegiances. I don’t care who I vote with at this point.”

I like Aurora’s chutzpah. The lawyer in her came out this week throughout that negotiation scene, and I used to be dwelling for it. Some discovered it distasteful, however all’s truthful in Survivor. The question is, will this moment affect her recreation negatively going ahead? At this point, it seems that the Lesu group is prepared to work together with her going ahead, so it doesn’t appear to be she’s in any impending hazard. Moreover, Aurora has an additional vote. My one cling up is it seems to be like she could also be headed for a battle with Julie. As of now, although, she’s gotten herself in a a lot better position than she was in last week.



Victoria was proper when she stated that flipping this week was too early. But, Ron’s mismanagement of his Kama alliance was so blatant, and Victoria was so very aware of the huge cracks that have been forming, that she had no selection but to go together with it, so she did. I feel this was a superb transfer for Victoria as a result of it allowed her to flow in a approach which is finally very more likely to benefit her recreation while simultaneously holding her out of anyone’s crosshairs – and just far sufficient underneath the radar that she’s not going to be triggering anybody’s “massive move” alarm bells just but. It also opened her up to further alliances sooner or later (perhaps) whereas only shutting her off from Ron, Julie and Rick, who it looks like she was already considering shifting towards sooner or later. All advised, this was an excellent week in Victoria’s recreation.


“I simply assume you go one vote before you do any of this, I do.”

I feel Victoria was right that the transfer was too early. Nevertheless, she didn’t dig her heels in and finally went with the shifting winds. That’s good gameplay. Finally, I belief that Victoria will have the ability to manipulate her approach via no matter chaos goes down at the next tribal.



Giving Gavin a Not this week once I already gave Julia a Scorching could seem complicated at first, however let me explain. Julia, as outlined above, did a ton of strategic legwork this week. Gavin, so far as I know, did not. Gavin listened to Wardog. Gavin was there when Victoria was introduced in on the plan. Gavin has most of the similar avenues open to him that Julia does. But what differentiates Gavin and Julia is that Julia made the plan happen, and Gavin was just a quantity. How is that this totally different from Victoria? It’s delicate, however Victoria has established herself as a strategic drive and went out of her strategy to voice opposition to pulling a transfer like this so early. Gavin simply sort of went with it. When it comes right right down to it, although Gavin did make an enormous transfer this week, there are none of his fingerprints on it – not even in an under-the-radar means. That could possibly be good, in other instances, but I don’t see it as a superb factor on this case – Gavin still has little or no ink on his resumé, and all he did this week was act as he was informed.  It was gutsy, it was brave, however it was handed to him on a tray.


“I’m stepping my recreation again up and I’m coming in guns blazing.”

Gavin’s willingness to turn on Eric this week very a lot confused me. Up till last week, we saw the two of them working intently collectively. In post-game discussions on Twitter, Eric revealed that he too thought he and Gavin have been a decent pair. It’s odd to me that somebody would willingly choose to send someone they have been shut with to Extinction on the phrase of Julia and Wardog. To Gavin’s credit score, it appeared like he tried to sway Julia to vote out Ron as an alternative. Regardless, Gavin’s move to ship residence an in depth ally went towards his personal interests, so I don’t know if I may give him a Scorching this week. Plus, there’s going to be a reckoning for this transfer, and with Gavin being probably the most physically threatening of the flippers, his goal will probably be the most important.




Yeah there’s not a lot to say right here aside from that Reem is great.


“Don’t get too excited.”

Reem’s a gem. I feel, at this level, her probabilities of getting back in the recreation are slim. Nevertheless, I can’t wait to listen to that jury speech.



No change.


“I’m comin’ for ya, Aubry.”

Physically, Chris should rock Extinction. By physique alone, he has the most effective probabilities of getting again within the recreation.





“I have already got my footwear on, as a result of I know what happens when there’s information on Extinction.”

Discovered a bonus and sent Aurora an additional vote. Modifying clever, it doesn’t appear to be Aubry’s story is over. From a storytelling perspective, I’m wondering if Aubry’s the one who will get back in.



I’m not claiming that Joe is ever going to give up, but he positive is very bummed out.


“That’s all you gotta do; simply maintain it — hold it collectively.”

Extinction Island was made for Joe. He’s not going anyplace.



We’ve acquired loads of robust guys at the Edge.


“Let’s use our numbers that we so craftily acquired.”

With Eric, all three members of my draft are on Extinction. I’m the First One Out of the Inside Survivor Draft. Josh Wigler, I’m out there for an interview. Physically, Eric has the most effective probability of my draft group to get again in the recreation. I want one among Eric, Aubry, or Reem to tug a Rick and reenter. Eric isn’t going anyplace.

ALI: First, I just needed to officially pour one out for my draft workforce. Okay, let’s proceed.

GUS: We’re shockingly simpatico this week. No disagreements in addition to Joe and Reem.

ALI: This week is making me so nervous, and that is just one other signal that issues are about to get loopy. I’ve my tin foil hat on. I’m freaking out.

GUS: Oh yeah. I do not know what’s going to happen this week. It looks like we’ve fractured into three teams: Lesu (David, Wentworth, Lauren, Wardog), Previous Kama (Ron, Julie, Rick), and New Kama (Victoria, Gavin, Julia, Aurora), and I do not know who needs to work with whom. It appears from the preview that New Kama is actually fractured inside itself, with names being thrown out all over, so I really don’t even know who’s being focused. All the history that we’ve been working from has been no less than partially upended. Also, can I just admit that my betting on Ron did not pay dividends? Because it didn’t pay dividends. That was an enormous loss on my half.

ALI: I’ll have rubbed that in your face quite a bit through the episode. We had buddies over. It gave them fairly an perception into our relationship… Anyway, we’ve the makings of a three-way tie. We have now an idol that’s cut up in half with the two holders working in several directions. This has the makings of a reasonably explosive tribal.

GUS: I just need a 2 2 2 2 2 1 vote cut up. Is that an excessive amount of to ask for?

ALI: That may be madness… and epically dangerous gameplay on everyone’s part.

GUS: I know it’s utterly unrealistic and there’s no indication that anything like that might happen, but I simply… I actually need it. Realistically, nevertheless, I feel it’s much more likely that we see a three-way cut up with three idols played, supposing that Rick and David can reconcile their stupid (on Rick’s part) differences.

ALI: However it appears like Jeff’s remark about this being a loopy tribal occurs earlier than the votes are read, which is fascinating. That leads me to consider that it has one thing to do with that cut up idol.

GUS: Undoubtedly. I predicted in considered one of my write-ups that we get a double Rimmer/Zahalsky, but I feel like after one among them drops it the opposite one dropping it doesn’t really carry any weight. Perhaps they rock-paper-scissors for it during tribal?

ALI: That might be hilarious. Alright, let’s speak about our disagreements.

GUS: Oh yeah. Let me clarify that my rating for Joey Ashenmazing isn’t reflecting my belief that he’s screwed or not going to return back. It’s indicative of his continuing bout of dismay and disappointment all through the past few episodes. Much less of a mirrored image of his ashen gameplay and extra of a reflection on his ashen temper. He doesn’t seem to be making these terrific Extinction social bonds we’d hoped for; he’s not (so far as we know) doing a So-Pa Ozzy type fish-bonding with everybody on Extinction, he’s just type of moping. And I don’t blame him for that, but when he continues, I’m going to be involved about his winner potential (more than I already am).


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ALI: I get that. To be truthful to Joe, everybody’s first day on EoE has a sequence of them moping. It’s not simply him. So I feel that was just a day one kind of unhappiness. I assume that Joe goes to go Survivor MacGyver once again and turn EoE into a really good residence for all of them. Joe additionally has the benefit of not having had a hand in any of the eliminations that have occurred during the whole recreation. No one has anything towards him essentially. I do worry for him as soon as he’s back within the recreation as a result of I feel he becomes the moment #1 goal. I feel it’ll be just like the Ozzy state of affairs the place he comes again in and goes proper again out. Should you’re giving him an Ashen for that purpose, then I can get behind that. Mine was more on account of the fact that he’s an enormous contender for returning (though edit clever, I feel it could be Aubry.)

GUS: Positive. I hear the place you’re coming from there and I agree. He’s an enormous contender. However he’s additionally going to get slammed with every single drawback that folks are capable of finding because of who he is, so he’ll be enjoying from behind in the course of the problem. However I additionally feel like if he comes back in and is within the Remaining Tribal Council, he’s received nothing to say that’ll justify a win. Positive, pre-merge he stored his tribe protected, however he did not do something to safe security for himself in the long-term, and the Kamas in all probability aren’t going to only hand him a win because he helped them earlier in the recreation.

ALI: The Kamas are undoubtedly not going handy him the win. Those people are here to play this recreation, as last week showed. I feel we each agree with Joe’s place in the recreation; I just don’t feel like I may give him an Ashen because the only means he’s leaving Extinction is with a challenge or on a stretcher.

GUS: Yeah, that’s truthful. I simply don’t actually see anyone quitting at this level. For the pre-merge individuals, they’ll in all probability succumb to a sunk-cost fallacy and refuse to go away because they’ve been in the recreation for therefore lengthy. For the post-merge people, I don’t see them going because they haven’t even had a chance to get again into the sport yet. Let’s circle back to Reem. I will never not give her a Kindled, even when she flat out says, “screw this, dude, I’m frickin’ outta here. This is lame, dude. Later.” She’s a rattling gem, and I truthfully wouldn’t be stunned if she simply indignant’d her method into the Ultimate Three. I imply, she isn’t going to win, however nonetheless.

ALI: Lol “indignant her strategy to the Last Three.” I assume I’m simply taking a look at it from Reem’s perspective. I’m there 20 something days at this point, I’ve made zero associates, and hunkcicle after hunkcicle is making his method to the Edge… It will be really tempting to give up. I really like Reem, and I feel she’s in it for the lengthy haul, but if there have been anyone who would say “screw it” I feel it’d be her. I additionally assume that she has the smallest probability of returning to the sport out of everybody on Extinction.

GUS: No, you’re utterly right. I simply assume she’s neat. It’s extra a matter of principle than anything. We could make our predictions? One protected, one not protected? I’ll be capturing in the dead of night this week.

ALI: As will I. I feel protected… I be ok with Kelley.

GUS: I was gonna say Kelley, but I’ll say Lauren. I just don’t see both of them going out with idols in their respective pockets. In peril… I feel Gavin might see some blowback from this week.

ALI: I feel that’s a protected guess. I kind of need to decide Julia for comparable causes, but one thing about how the players have been hyping up this episode has made me feel like it’s somebody actually surprising that goes out.

GUS: By the best way, does that type of irk you a bit of bit? I’m all for hype, but the gamers trumpeting on social media how extraordinary a tribal is feels sort of like a spoiler because now we all know to anticipate something sudden (#juliechenmoonves).

ALI: Contemplate me very irked. I like my crazy tribals to be a shock. When it comes to who’s in peril: I feel it will be unusually poetic, contemplating that Jessica went residence in a rock draw on MvGX due to David’s civil warfare with Zeke… if David went residence in a rock draw tonight. That’s my prediction. It’s David after Rick throws the idol within the hearth and forces a rock draw.

GUS: I prefer it. Ooh, or perhaps Rick throws his idol within the hearth, however David grabs it OUT of the hearth. That may be appropriately epic for all of the reactions this week. I’ll inform you what: that’s my official prediction for the shocked faces.

ALI: That may be INSANE! You already know, we should always actually write Survivor fan fiction. We’ve gotten actually good at it.

GUS: Converse for your self. My fan fiction is nonsensical at greatest. I feel that’s a wrap?

ALI: That’s a wrap on week eight.

GUS: Later all!