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12/11/11 11:57 AM
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Alex Shallow wrote:
Ugh Caroline is such a bitch. I'm totally not liking her at all whatsoever. Vera was so robbed. Also Anna seems like such a weak girl she reminds me of Natalie Tenrelli. Other then that I liked the episode. It was nice to see Petra and Andy get along a bit after the challenge but I still feel like Andy will continue to be on the chopping block over at Raituhn. Raituhn is my favorite tribe at this point though I am a Serena fan.Though maybe a tribe swap happens soon. Who knows?
TheThrillseeker wrote:This is actually a----mazing! I'm rooting for Neil!
Cfc wrote:Oh, poor Vera. So far we've got two solid villains : Caroline and Andy I just hope that we will get tribal swap in episode 5 :)GO GO PETRA!
merman wrote:Urgh. Murray to go next!
12/13/11 12:26 AM
12/14/11 03:44 PM
humanhumanitarian wrote:Really great job, once again...
12/14/11 03:55 PM
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Cool Beans wrote:Oh yes, I remember now. Thanks Alex, much appreciated :)
12/16/11 07:07 PM
12/17/11 06:00 AM
Klaine wrote:I don't usually read fic's with original characters because they are hard to get into. But this is great. I hope it continues, or I hope you let us know how the season would end if you can't write the episodes like the first 3. :)
12/17/11 06:12 AM
Thanks again for your comments. Here's Episode 4. Enjoy, and I hope you enjoy the SP finale too.
Episode 4 - "Pain in my Ass!"
15 CASTAWAYS REMAIN
Murray pointing at something off camera
Serena carrying logs
Caroline tying her hair back
Roger splashing someone during a challenge
Maria crawling through a muddy field under a cargo net
Rafael paddling in a rowing boat
Anna catching a ball
Neil sprinting towards the camera holding an immunity necklace
Samantha balancing on a balance beam
Joe smashing a tile in mid air
Lina smiling at something off camera
Gael running through shallow water
Petra falling into water holding a war club
Robin vaulting over a wooden obstacle
Andy shouting toward the sky.
4 – “Pain in the ass”
TRIBE – DAY 9
is shown bashing a coconut onto rocks to open it.)
(confessional): I was disappointed that Vera was sent home last
night. I felt that she was a victim of people looking to find a scapegoat. From
what I saw, she was taking the time to be part of the tribe, doing her part
both around camp and in the challenges.
is shown lying awake in the shelter.)
(confessional): In contrast, we have Caroline, who just lounges around all day,
and doesn’t really do much for us challenge wise. Vera and Murray did the puzzle extremely fast yesterday, almost catching
up, while in contrast, Caroline
missed her tile. The evidence speaks for itself.
is shown returning to camp with two opened coconuts. Just Maria and Caroline are awake.)
Here you go, guys.
(He places the two coconuts down and picks up two more
going back? You want some help?
nods. Caroline remains
on her back as Maria
(confessional): With no machete, we’re being forced to open
the coconuts by bashing them on the rocks down the beach. It really sucks but,
I guess we just have to get on with it.
and Rafael are bashing
my coconuts open as they talk. Both seem a bit exhausted.)
hate what happened last night.
too. I can’t believe Caroline’s
smear campaign paid off. And did you see her, just lying there this morning? Vera would have helped us.
can’t let it get to us.
TRIBE – DAY 9
(Neil and Gael are shown coming to shore in the fishing
boat. Gael carries fish.)
Good job, guys.
(Gael brings the fish
towards the campfire.)
I’ll start preparing these.
(Cut forward a little, to Robin
cutting and preparing the fish. Andy
Good job man.
couldn’t let a big man like you go hungry.
(Gael is shown
(confessional): I came back from fishing with Neil earlier, and everybody was really
appreciative. However, I noticed Andy
thanked Neil, but he didn’t bother to thank
me, even though I stood right by him. He obviously has some sort of problem
with me. I’ve had problems with guys like him in the past, who don’t like me
because I’m Latino. He brushed off Joe
yesterday as well, so I think he has a problem with people of a different race
(Robin is seen passing
portions of fish around to the tribemates.)
This tastes really good.
Thank you guys.
is seen retrieving treemail.)
Treemail, treemail. What can you give me today.
returns to camp.)
(She reads it to the tribe.)
lot of pain
a lot of gain
your shoulders you’ll fight
This has to be weight-bearing.
(confessional): I like to think of myself a little Survivor
aficionado. And this definitely sounds like the weight-bearing challenge. From
what I remember, it’s usually 2 guys and a girl who actually bear the weight.
(He holds up his very un-muscley arm.) I’m going to take a pretty good guess it
won’t be me.
wants to do it?
Robin: Joe definitely should.
be up for it.
think I’d be pretty good as well. Maybe we should save Andy’s
strength for the Immunity challenge. This could be pretty gruelling
don’t know what the immunity challenge is gonna be. Why not use me now, when we
know I can do well.
think I’d rather Gael did it. We’ll need you
at your best later on.
(Andy storms off.)
This is (censored), man.
(confessional): Why is Joe
making all the decisions around here. Of course, Joe’s
gonna pick his buddy. I hope we lose today, just to show the tribe what a
mistake it is for me to not be doing this.
Probst: Come on in guys.
(The tribes enter.)
Probst: RAITUHN getting a
first look at the new GOMA
tribe. Vera voted out
of the last Tribal Council.
(RAITUHN look over at
the new GOMA.)
Probst: Guys, welcome to today’s reward challenge. Here’s how it
For today’s challenge, 3 members of each
tribe will have a pole across their shoulders. Each round weight will be added
to that pole. The decision about which tribe member gets the weight will be
made by two members of the opposing tribe. When the weight becomes too much,
you’ll drop the pole, you’re out of the challenge. Last person left standing
wins reward for their tribe. Only rule, you must have 2 men and one woman as
Probst: Want to know what you’re playing for?
Probst: Petra, how
comfortable is your shelter?
About a 2 out of 10.
Probst: And Serena,
what about at GOMA?
Jeff, don’t get me started.
Probst: Than these may come in handy.
(Jeff unveils the reward.)
Probst: Blankets, pillows, comforters. Enough to make your
shelter that little bit more comfortable. Worth playing for?
(Both tribes agree.)
Probst: As the challenge only requires 5 people, both tribes
will sit members out. Remember, you cannot sit out in back-to-back challenges. GOMA, 2 extra members, 2
sitting out. Who’s it going to be?
Probst: RAITUHN, you’re
sitting 3 out. Who’s it going to be?
Neil: Andy, Petra and
Probst: OK, the rest of you, I’ll give you a minute to
strategise, then we’ll get started.
Weightbearers: Rafael, Roger
and Serena. Choosers: Maria and Murray.
Weightbearers: Gael, Joe and Serena. Choosers: Lina and Robin
Probst: Okay, GOMA
you’ll start off. Who’s taking the weight?
Probst: And RAITUHN, who from
GOMA’s getting the first
Probst: OK, put it on guys. The weights will be put on by your
own tribe. Remember, each bag is 10 pounds, meaning 20 pounds for each round..
3...2...1...put the weight on.
(The weight is put on.)
Probst: Not too bad right now. It won’t be that way for long. RAITUHN, who do you want?
who from RAITUHN’s getting it?
Probst: Spreading it around. Put the weight on in 3...2...1...
Rafael: 80 Roger: 40 Serena: 20RAITUHN: Gael:
60 Joe: 60 Samantha:
(to Murray): I
think Gael’s wobbling.
Probst: Next decision. GOMA?
Probst: Interesting strategy. RAITUHN
trying to overload Rafael
early. Trying to knock him out. Place the weight in 3...2...1...drop.
Rafael: 160 Roger: 80 Serena: 40 RAITUHN:
Gael: 100 Joe:
120 Samantha: 60
Probst: Put it on. Rafael getting more weight, now on 180. Gael
now on 120.
can’t do it.
Hang in there, Gael.
(Gael drops the bar.)
Probst: Gael, first person
out at 120 pounds.
(A dejected Gael walks
over to the bench. Andy is seen shaking his
Rafael: 180 Roger: 100 Serena: 40 RAITUHN:
Gael: 120 Joe:
140 Samantha: 60
Probst: Samantha and Rafael getting weight. Puts Rafael up to 200. Samantha now has 80.
looks like he’s struggling. Sweat drips down his forehead.)
got a pain..a...a pain in my ass.
(After a few seconds of silence, the castaways begin
laughing. Jeff is also seen laughing.)
being serious here guys.
don’t know why this is so funny.
It’s just the way you said it.
is shown doing his best not to laugh. Suddenly, Rafael begins to laugh as well, causing him to
drop his pole.)
(jokingly): I hate you all so much right now.
is out, at 200 pounds. 2 left for each tribe.
Rafael: 200 Roger: 120 Serena: 60 RAITUHN:
Gael: 120 Joe:
180 Samantha: 80
(Samantha drops her
Probst: Samantha out for RAITUHN. Just Joe
left. Both Roger and Serena, looking relatively
comfortable for GOMA.
for you to say Jeff.
can only choose Joe. RAITUHN, who are you choosing?
Probst: Joe, now on 200 pounds,
the weight Rafael
dropped out at. RAITUHN, you’re next pick?
Robin: Roger again.
now on 160. Joe going up to 220 pounds.
We’re so proud of you, Joe.
Probst: Joe staying upright.
About to go up to 240, could potentially match the record set by Jim and
Brandon in the South Pacific. GOMA,
who do you want?
drops his pole.)
Probst: The decision has been made for you. Serena, last GOMA member standing. She
will go up to 80.
Come on girl, we believe in you.
(As the weight drops, Joe
screams and drops the pole.)
Probst: Joe can’t hold on. GOMA wins reward.
run up and hug Serena. Joe is comforted by his tribe.)
did an amazing job, Joe.
these blankets, pillows, these are yours to take back to camp. Will have a much
better sleep tonight.
Probst: RAITUHN, I have
nothing for you. Head back to camp. See you in a couple of days.
(The tribe returns to camp after the challenge.)
just want to say, even though we lost, good job to the weight bearers.
Yeah, good job guys.
(confessional): It felt really good to be put forward to be
part of the challenge today. To know that I’m considered the strongest woman on
the tribe, makes me feel really good about my future in this tribe.
(The tribe applauds the weightbearers. Andy however is shown not clapping.)
(confessional): I didn’t feel like congratulating the
weight-bearers after the challenge. I said that I should be taking part in the
challenge, and Joe poo-pooed that idea. Gael sucked in the challenge, and if he hadn’t
dropped out so early, we could have beaten them. Easily.
(Gael notices Andy not clapping. Later on, Gael and Joe
are talking by the trees.)
you see Andy? Not clapping with the rest of
think he’s just upset he wasn’t picked.
think it may be more than that?
(Joe looks confused.)
What you getting at?
(Gael lowers his
mean, you’re black, I’m from Mexico. He hasn’t had a kind word to say to either
of us two the whole game.
(Joe shakes his head.)
know what you’re about to say, and I don’t like it.
gets on fine with Neil. He seems to be
patching things up somewhat with Petra. Why
isn’t he responding to us? I know racism when I see it.
Want my advice, keep that opinion to yourself. Okay?
isn’t racist. I can see that. He’s just a child in a man’s body. He always
wants his way. That’s all it is. Gael is
just overreacting in my honest opinion.
is shown carrying a bundle of blankets back to camp.)
(confessional): The reward challenge, it was a big moment
for me I feel. I was the last one standing, something which I’m really proud
of. I probably had it a bit easier because they focused on the men. But they
underestimated me. And you don’t underestimate me.
Let’s set this baby up.
(The tribe members begin arranging pillows and blankets. Roger reaches over to spread
out a blanket in the shelter and suddenly stops.)
gosh! Guys, I think I’ve found the machete.
Really?! Where was it?
(The tribe gathers round the shelter as Roger comes out.)
It’s fallen through the logs making up the floor. I can’t reach it.
(confessional): The good news, I found the machete when I
was putting the blankets we won into the shelter. The bad news, none of us can
is shown trying to fit her arm through the gap.)
(confessional): Even my tiny arms couldn’t fit through the
gap to grab it. It was right in there. The way the shelter was built, we
couldn’t get to it from the side. It was so frustrating.
have a plan but no-one’s going to like it.
(confessional): The only thing I could think to do was to take
the floor of the shelter apart, get the machete out, and rebuild it. The last
thing any of us wanted to do, as it meant we’d have to take the roof off as
well, because of the way the columns stuck into the floor.
It’ll be getting dark soon, so I say, we get some good rest tonight, and then
tomorrow we get up early, take the floor up and move the roof over as best we
can without damaging it, and then try and get everything back once we get the
(confessional): It’s pretty much been decided that we’re
taking the shelter apart tomorrow, which totally sucks. At least we found the
machete without me having to point it out. I don’t want any extra suspicion to
be placed on me after last night.
TRIBE – DAY 10
Roger, Murray and Serena are shown holding a
column of the shelter each as they move the roof off the floor and down the
beach. They place it down on its side carefully.)
(confessional): Today we were all up early, in order to sort
out the whole “machete in the shelter” situation. It’s unfortunate but it’s
something we have to do. Hopefully when we put the shelter back together, we
can try and make it a bit more comfortable than it is now.
is shown taking a log up from the floor. Maria is untying some string that holds part of it together.
Suddenly, one side of the base collapses, causing all the logs to fall out of
(confessional): We thought we’d only have to remove a couple
of logs, but the way the shelter was being held together, taking one out caused
some uneven pressure and caused the floor to collapse.
(A show is shown of the shelter, which now just looks
like a pile of logs. Maria
removes the machete from the pile.)
(confessional): Seeing that the machete was here all along,
yeah, I do feel bad for voting for Vera last night. I felt like we got carried away with the whole
situation, and she was basically voted out for something which she was actually
is shown watching the others put the shelter together. Maria and Rafael are working on the shelter re-build.)
Maria (whispering): Caroline’s not even helping.
(whispering): Just ignore her.
(whispering): Wasn’t the machete under where Caroline sleeps? Do you
reckon she saw it?
thinks for a second.)
(whispering): I hate to say this, but it’s possible.
(confessional): It seems too much of a coincidence for the
machete to be right under where Caroline
sleeps, and she was the main accuser of Vera losing the machete. I mean, she was face down in that area
two nights in a row. She must have seen it.
TRIBE – DAY 10
(Neil and Petra are shown walking through the trees.
Suddenly Petra turns right off-screen,
confusing Neil who doesn’t turn.)
Where you going?
(Petra continues to
(calling back): I think I see something.
(Neil catches up with
don’t want us to get lost ou.....
(whispering): Shhhh! Look....
(The camera zooms in to show a bird with blue and green
feathers, resting on a branch.)
(whispering/excited): Isn’t it beautiful.
(confessional): When me and Neil
were getting water today, we saw the most beautiful bird, just sitting on a
branch, minding his own business. Stuff like that makes you really appreciate
being out here, being able to experience nature first hand that no-one else
gets to see.
(whispering): I wish I could take a picture.
(confessional): I love hanging out with Petra. She’s just the cutest little thing, and you
can tell she’s just enjoying being out here. I don’t think anyone would vote
her out, and I know it’s bad for me to think this but already my mind’s saying,
jury threat, jury threat, jury threat. If she gets to the final tribal council,
no-one will beat her.
(The bird flies away.)
That was priceless.
Let’s get going. They’re waiting for us back at camp.
(Cut to camp. Gael
I talk to you for a sec?
(They walk a little way down the beach.)
This may seem like an odd question, but would you say you’ve had any particular
problems with Andy.
(Lina gives Gael a puzzled look. A brief shot is shown of Andy carrying some firewood.)
mean, apart from the general problems which I guess affected the camp as a
wouldn’t say he treats you differently, say, because you’re an Asian-American.
(Lina looks more
Where is this coming from?
(Gael points at Andy in the distance, who is chatting with Robin.)
seems to be getting along with Robin okay.
Has he ever bothered to have a conversation with you?
mean, I haven’t really reached out to him so...
know what, just forget it.
(Gael storms off down
obviously has a massive chip on his shoulder. I think, in some way, he wants Andy to be a racist, just so he doesn’t have to
face the fact that Andy doesn’t like him as
a person. That’s what I think anyway. I mean, I have some problems with the
guy, but everybody does.
(Lina returns to
What was he talking to you about?
(Samantha is obviously
(confessional): Something definitely happened between Gael and Lina
today. Looks like some sort of alliance to me. You don’t just walk down the
beach to talk if it’s not something you want to keep hidden. I’m on to them.
ties up the last bit of the shelter. He steps back to admire the re-built
(confessional): The shelter is back up which is really good,
and I actually feel that we’ve improved it. It seems much more level and
smoother now, so it’s definitely more comfortable.
and Maria are shown
lying down in the shelter, on top of the new blankets and pillows.)
My God! So good.
Come and join us?
lies in between the two women.)
god, you’re gonna get me all flustered.
and Maria laugh.)
(confessional): It felt good to have a sexy, muscular guy
lying next to me. Reminds me of when I first married my husband. That went downhill
fast. (She laughs.) I’m sorry baby.
Screw the challenges, let’s just lay here all the time.
(confessional): After 9 nights in the shelter we had, the
new shelter is like sleeping on a cloud. It’s not that comfortable, but after
the nights we’ve just had, it was heaven. Didn’t hurt to have Rafa by my side either.
begins to get in.)
Let’s try these pillows out.
and Serena leave,
leaving Rafael in the
shelter with Murray.)
Girls, where you going?
begins to laugh.)
sorry man but that’s too funny.
shakes his head in mock disbelief.)
TRIBE – DAY 11
(confessional): After being denied a spot in the reward
challenge, I’m looking forward to the immunity challenge today, whatever it is,
just so I can once again prove my worth to the tribe. I’ve been doing my best to
interact a bit more with the tribe the past few days, but I still think I’ll be
on the chopping block if we lost immunity, so it’s must-win for me.
(Andy is seen
Lookee lookee, what we got here?
(Andy returns to
no easy task
lead the blind
others will find
wants to the directing?
need someone with a loud clear voice.
think I’d be great.
You’re voice is unclear at times. I think Joe
definitely has the loudest clearest voice of all of us.
(Andy looks annoyed.)
You’re going to shoot me down again.
Guys, let’s put it to a vote.
(confessional): I personally didn’t want our fate to be in Andy’s hands. He’s a loose cannon, and if we’re
relying on him to give us instructions, that would not end well.
(Joe wins the vote.)
Thanks guys. We can do this.
(Andy pats Joe on the shoulder.)
Good luck, man.
(confessional): I think Andy
took not being the main focus of the challenge much better than he did a couple
of days ago. Maybe because it was in a clear vote, but I also feel he really is
trying to control his temper more and more, which is really great to see.
Probst: Come on in, guys.
(The tribes step onto their respective maps.)
Probst: Robin, I’ll take back
the Immunity Idol.
(Robin hands Jeff the
Immunity Idol. He places it on a plinth.)
Probst: Immunity, back up for grabs. Here’s how the challenge
One person will be your caller. The other
tribe members will be blindfolded and paired up. Using only verbal command, the
caller must direct their tribe members, to collect 10 very large puzzle pieces,
scattered across a field. Once you have all your pieces, take off the
blindfolds and the entire tribe works together to solve the puzzle. First tribe
to complete their puzzle, wins immunity, safe from tribal council. Losers will
be voting somebody out tonight.
Probst: RAITUHN, you’re
sitting somebody out. It cannot be Andy, Neil or Petra, as
they sat out at the Reward challenge. Who’s it going to be?
Probst: Okay, Robin, take a
spot on the sit-out bench. The rest of you, take a moment to strategise, then
we’ll get started.
(Cut ahead to the castaways in position for the
Probst: Calling for RAITUHN, Joe. Serena, calling for GOMA. Survivors ready. Go!
AnnaxMurray MariaxRafa CarolinexRoger
SAMANTHA CRASH INTO A BARREL RIGHT OFF THE
BAT. REMEMBER THERE ARE A FEW OBSTACLES ON THIS COURSE.
Serena: Roger and Cara, step to the
left. That’s it, bring it back.
HAVE THEIR FIRST PIECE.
LINA BRING BACK RAITUHN’S
Joe: Andy and Sam,
the other one! Not that one!
& MURRAY AND NEIL & PETRA
A BIT TANGLED UP
Serena: Rafa, slow down!
& MARIA TAKE A HARD
FALL OVER A PIECE.
HAVE 4, RAITUHN STILL ON 2.
Follow my voice, follow my voice.
SAMANTHA BARGE RIGHT INTO CAROLINE AND ROGER.
Watch where you’re going?
going to assume you’re being ironic.
Serena: Anna and Murray, I can’t see you.
MURRAY, WAY OFF THE
ON 8 PIECES, RAITUHN HAVE 5
Joe: Gael, stop! You’ve got GOMA’s piece.
LINA STILL APPROACHING WITH GOMA’S PIECE.
Joe: Gael, STOP!!!!!!!!!!
DROPS THE PIECE.
Turn round, go back.
Serena: Maria and Rafa, the piece is behind
DECIDING TO COMPLETELY IGNORE ANNA
& MURRAY, WHO ARE
Anna: Serena? Where should we go?
HAVE ALL THEIR PIECES. TAKE OFF YOUR BLINDFOLDS. ANNA & MURRAY RUNNING BACK ACROSS THE COURSE AFTER BEING LOST IN THE
couldn’t see you guys.
HAVE TWO MORE PIECES TO GET. NEIL & PETRA WALKING BACK NOW.
Joe: Andy, turn clockwise 90 degrees. It’s there. No, I
SAMANTHA, HAVING SOME DIFFICULTY GETTING
THAT FINAL PIECE.
MAKING GOOD WORK ON THEIR PUZZLE.
Swap those two pieces.
FINALLY HAVE ALL THEIR PIECES. REMOVE THE BLINDFOLDS, START PUZZLE SOLVING. GOMA ARE ALMOST FINISHED.
think we got it Jeff.
celebrate. Andy kicks down the
third-completed puzzle. Jeff hands Serena the idol.)
Probst: You’re safe from the vote tonight. Head back to camp,
get some rest. RAITUHN, I’ll see you tonight
where one of you will be leaving this game.
TRIBE – DAY 11
puts the idol on top of GOMA’s
(confessional): It was great to have another puzzle to solve
in today’s challenge. I knew before coming out here, puzzles would be my strong
suit. I’m a chess champion so I’m very logical minded, so puzzle are almost
second nature to me.
Good call on swapping the pieces on the puzzle.
(confessional): I love bossing people round, so being the
caller was perfect for me. And we won, so I can even say I got proof that I’m
good at being bossy. Next time somebody questions my authority back home, I’ll
be like...”Did you see my on Survivor? Did you see that challenge?”
(Andy is talking to Neil and Petra.)
gonna suggest something to you guys. How do you feel voting out Gael?
(Petra looks at Neil who is thinking.)
Andy: Sam said she saw him and Lina
talking secretly, like they got an alliance going. We should split them up.
suggested we try and get rid of Gael. He’s
not someone I’ve overly bonded with so I wouldn’t be sad to see him go. Plus it
will keep Andy loyal to me. Me an Petra have kind of formed an alliance as well now
so I think I have a good chance of persuading her, even though she still not an
(Andy walks away.)
Petra: Neil, I don’t know about this.
Trust me, we want Andy on our side.
wants to vote with Andy to try and get Gael out tonight. I’m still unsure, this could be
my chance to get rid of Andy, but at the Same time it may benefit me and Neil to keep him around for a few more days.
(Gael is seen picking
up his torch.)
(confessional): I’m gonna call Andy
out at tribal tonight. Show everyone what a bigot he really is. He’ll be out of
here before you know it.
COUNCIL - RAITUHN
Probst: Come on in guys. Take a seat.
(The tribe place their torches in their spots and take a
Probst: Robin, how have the RAITUHN tribe been getting along the past few
still don’t think we’re a cohesive unit yet. There’s still some disagreements,
and I feel that there’s still grudges being held.
Probst: Care to expand on that?
Well, the main thing has been Andy kind of
causing some disruption because he wasn’t doing what he wanted to do in the
Probst: So Andy, you were the
main source of problems last Tribal Council. Looking to me that not much has
Jeff, I’ve been doing my best. I’ve been holding my temper in a bit more,
helping out around camp, trying to get along with people.
Probst: Not what I’m hearing here.
just thought I should have been holding the weight in the reward challenge
instead of Gael, who, I’m sorry man, you
sucked in it.
(Gael rolls his eyes.)
Probst: Any response, Gael?
Actually Jeff, I do. It sure seems to me that Andy
likes to lay into people like me?
(Andy looks confused.)
Like what? Douchebags?
know what I mean.
Actually, I don’t.
Joe: Gael, don’t do this.
Probst: I’m still in the dark about what you’re referring to,
and it looks like Andy is too.
He’s a racist, Jeff!
(Andy looks shocked.
For once, he’s speechless.)
(Joe puts his head in
seems to be getting on fine with the white people in the camp just fine. But me
and Joe, and partly Lina
as well, he is always rude to us, never talks to us, he got mad when we were
going to be in the challenge instead of him.... I’m sticking up for the
minorities on this tribe.
Actually, Gael approached me the other day
about this, and I expressed to him that I didn’t think Andy
was racist. Yeah, he doesn’t really talk to me, but I haven’t really reached
out to him either, so it’s partly my fault.
would say Andy has authority issues. From my
point of you, he’s got problems with me and Gael
kinda taking control of the tribe, making the decisions, bringing in the
fish... I’ve experienced racial abuse in the past and this doesn’t strike me as
Probst: Andy, you’re still
yet to respond. I don’t think I’ve ever seen you speechless.
(restrained, but obviously angry): I...I am many things. Call
me angry, bad-tempered, stubborn, rude, all that (censored). But I’m not a
racist. You got that?!
not finished! The reason I don’t like you, is because you’re a (censored) who
thinks the suns shines out his (censored). Not because you’re Latino. I mean, I
made a white woman cry for God’s
sake. I’m not happy about that, but that doesn’t sound like the actions of a
racist. I apologise if I inadvertently made any racist comments, even though I
know I didn’t. You just can’t face the fact somebody doesn’t like you because
of your personality, not your race.
(Shots of several castaways, with shocked looks on their
Probst: Anyone want to say anything else?
(Silence follows. Gael
sits with his arms crossed.)
Probst: Okay, time to vote. Samantha,
you’re first up.
(RAITUHN casts their
votes. Shown votes below.)
(voting for Andy): I
said what I had to say. You said yours. I apologise if I said anything out of
line, but we obviously don’t like each other. This is a no-brainer.
(voting for Gael): I’m
not racist. I’m douchebag-ist. I’m prejudiced against people who act like
douchebags. Hence why my votes going to you. You should think before you make
accusations like the one you just made.
(vote not shown): Tonight, I’ve been put in a very awkward
situation. But this is the decision I’ve made.
Probst: I’ll go tally the votes.
(Jeff leaves and returns with the voting urn.)
Probst: Once the votes are read, the decision is final. The
person will asked to leave the Tribal Council area immediately. I’ll read the
First vote, Andy
Gael, three votes Gael, one vote Andy
Fourth person voted out of Survivor: Maldives...
Probst: That’s 5, that’s enough. The other votes will remain a
mystery. Gael, you need to bring me your
(Gael brings his torch
Probst: Gael, the tribe has
(He snuffs Gael’s
torch. He turns to face Andy.)
Sorry if I offended you.
(Andy nods in
acknowledgement. Gael leaves Tribal
Probst: I’ve done many Tribal Councils in my time, and I can
safely say that was one of the most intense. Get some rest, I’ll see you
(The tribe leaves Tribal Council.)
Tribal Council Votes:
12/17/11 08:29 AM
Gael was such a douche xD Anyhow still hating Andy and Carolina. Serena and Petra rule the season :) And kinda fan of Robin and Murray.
EDIT: also, forgot to say, THIS IS AWESOME, KEEP GOING LIKE THIS!!!
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Here's Episode 5, up a few days before I expected. i must admit, this episode didn't come out quite as I hoped it would. I hope you still enjoy it though.
Hope everyone has a great holidays.
5 – “New Buddies”
14 CASTAWAYS REMAIN
RAITUHN TRIBE –
(The tribe returns to camp after Tribal Council.)
Joe: Andy, can we talk, just before we go to sleep?
(confessional): I actually felt embarrassed at Tribal
Council last night, for Gael and myself. I said to him before Tribal Council,
not to bring up the Andy racism issue, and
he did anyway. He probably thought he was doing the right thing, but if he’d stepped
back and looked at the whole situation, he would have seen there wasn’t any
race issues going on. And the problem now is that it sets back my attempts to
get through to Andy to...almost square one.
But who knows, things could actually work out for the better because of this.
(Andy and Joe walk up the beach to talk.)
just want to explain where I stand in this whole situation. Gael approached me,
putting out the idea that you had some racial issues with him and me. Now, I
could see that wasn’t the case, and I explained that to him, and he seemed okay
with that. I had no idea he’s bring it up tonight the way he did.
Well, I apologise if you misconstrued my behaviour for racism. That’s not in my
character at all. As a fireman, I work with people from a number of
backgrounds, and it’s never an issue with me.
(They hug it out.)
– DAY 12
and Anna are lying down
on the beach, talking.)
(confessional): I’d say, at the moment, Anna’s the only friend I have
on this tribe. I just don’t think I connect with anybody else on the tribe all
that well. They’re always work, work, work and...I just want to have fun.
Especially after Vera’s boot, I’m feeling more and more isolated from the rest
of the tribe.
and Rafael are tending
to the campfire.)
They sunbathing again?
Urgh, that’s all they do.
(confessional): It seems to me that Caroline and Anna want to be voted off next. More and more,
they’re just isolating themselves from us. When you ask them to help, they just
shrug their shoulders and say “Maybe, later”. I can only be so bossy, you know.
And it shouldn’t get to me, but it does. Out here, little things like that
become really big in your mind. I don’t think they have any strong allies here.
let them do what they want to do. Don’t waste energy worrying about them.
RAITUHN TRIBE –
(Lina is eating
(confessional): The mood this morning at camp was very
muted. I felt awkward because Gael’s little rant did concern me a little bit. I
don’t know if people think I feel that way. I don’t really want to talk about
it, to be honest, because it’s not something I want to draw attention to. I
don’t want people to pity me.
(Lina continues to
eat. Petra and Robin
are sitting nearby.)
wonder what the other tribe are doing right now?
(confessional): We haven’t really seen much of the other
tribe, outside of challenges, and so our minds are kinda forming this image in
our minds of them?
Yeah, him. He’ll be like, ladies, want me
to open that coconut for you, and the two blondes will be swooning and all
that stuff. It’ll be like high school.
the nerdy one, he’ll be like, (holds her nose as she talks) er...I open coconuts using a special
equation that takes into account the wind direction and number of pelicans
standing nearby. I will be much more effective.
(The three begin to laugh.)
(confessional): Our images are probably completely wrong,
but when you’re speaking to the Same people
every day, you begin to yearn for some new faces.
(Cut to Samantha
hard to get things done
who are you stuck with?
that’s half the fun
call a jail cell interesting?
(Lina shakes her
you’re stuck with is half the fun? Maybe not all of us are going to be in
we not go down this road again.
(The tribes walk onto their respective mats. Two large
wooden jail cells stand behind Jeff.)
getting a look at RAITUHN. Gael, voted out
at tribal council last night. Shall we get to today’s reward challenge?
Each tribe will be locked inside a jail cell,
hands tied together. You will also be tied to each other. On my go, you will
race to first undo the knots tying yourselves and your hands together. After
that you will then undo another series of knots releasing a pole. Use this pole
to retrieve a key located on a post, just outside. Once you have the key, you
can open the escape hatch on top of the cell. First tribe to open their hatch,
Probst: Chickens. Can be used for meat or eggs, or both. A very
valuable reward. Worth playing for?
(The tribes agree.)
Probst: Oh, and another thing before we start.
(He gets out a blue and a green bag.)
Probst: When I come round, take a rock from your tribe’s bag.
Don’t look until I say.
(The castaways take their rocks.)
Probst: Okay, reveal.
(Most of the rocks are gray. Murray has a blue rock, Neil
has a green rock.)
and Neil, step up here.
and Neil step each side of Jeff.)
Probst: Okay, everybody else, drop your buffs. You will be
playing this challenge with a new tribe.
(Many of the castaways look shocked. Caroline smiles.)
Probst: Okay, we’re going to do a pick’em. Last picked will pick
the next one, and you must pick from the opposite tribe. So for example, Murray will pick from RAITUHN, than who he picks will pick from GOMA. Make sense?
(The castaways agree.)
Probst: Who wants to start? Doesn’t matter as you’re choosing from
I’ll go for Rafael.
now on RAITUHN.
Probst: Joe, now on GOMA. Rafael, you’re picking someone from RAITUHN to stay on RAITUHN.
I’ll go with the blonde guy?
Probst: Andy stays on RAITUHN.
sticking with GOMA.
blonde on the right.
Probst: That’s Caroline.
She becomes a member of RAITUHN.
Probst: Lina on the new GOMA.
Probst: That’s Samantha.
Probst: Down to the last two. No more choices to be made. Anna and Petra you’re staying on your tribes. I’ll give you
a couple of minutes to say your hellos, and to strategise. Put on your new
buffs, and then we’ll get started.
(Cut forward to the new tribes, tied together in the
Probst: A very interesting way to get to know some new people. For
reward, survivors ready, go!
BOTH TRIBES WORKING ON THEIR KNOTS. MAKING
PROGRESSING WELL WITH THEIR KNOTS. MOST OF THE TRIBE NOW UNTIED.
WORKING ON RELEASING THE MACHETE. RAITUHN
STILL UNTYING THEMSELVES.
UNTIED. GETTING THEIR MACHETE.
TRYING TO REACH THE KEY FOR GOMA.
REACHING OUT FOR THE KEY FOR RAITUHN. THIS
IS VERY CLOSE.
DROPS THE KEY OFF OF HIS POLE. SWITCHING OUT FOR JOE.
THE KEY FOR RAITUHN. OPENING THE HATCH.
Probst: RAITUHN wins
(RAITUHN celebrate as
they get out of the cage. Joe
opens GOMA’s hatch as
the tribe gets out.)
Probst: RAITUHN, you can take
these chickens back to camp. GOMA,
I have nothing for you. Time to get back to camp, for a few of you, an
opportunity to see your new homes. Settle in, and I’ll see you at the next
(The tribe returns to camp.)
(Caroline, Maria and Rafael
look round the shelter and the camp.)
(confessional): The RAITUHN
camp, it’s very impressive. Their shelter is much better than what we had at GOMA, so hopefully sleep will
come easier. Maria, who I’d say was my
strongest ally at GOMA,
came over with me, which is good. However, I do feel bad for Caroline, because she has nobody right now.
(Caroline is shown
shaking hands with Samantha.)
(confessional): When Jeff said we’d be switching the tribes,
I was happy, because I felt isolated on GOMA. But I’ve got my work cut out for me. Rafa and Maria,
I’ve never really seen eye to eye with them, so it just means that I have to
get in with my new tribe members. I got to make some new buddies.
work with charities.
wow, that’s really nice. Must be so rewarding.
she seems like a nice girl. She has a chat with me and we got to know each
other a little. The other two new members, I don’t really know as well yet.
They’re in a minority right now, so Caroline’s
interest might be more strategy based rather than wanting to be friends, but at
least some effort’s being made.
(The tribe are shown eating fish.)
Thanks for making us feel welcome, guys.
is shown inspecting GOMA’s
Couple of days ago.
(confessional): All in all, GOMA’s camp seems a bit more chaotic compared to RAITUHN’s. It’s still livable, but it might take a
few days getting used to. The shelter isn’t that comfortable, but they have
pillows and things so that should help a little.
(Cut to Serena
showing Lina and Robin around camp.)
This is a good place to sit, you can look out onto the ocean.
(confessional): Serena gave me and Lina a tour of the camp, which was nice. But...at the Same time, I still think the people on GOMA see us as a threat. It’s
almost like they don’t want to get too close, which is a worry, as if we lose
immunity in a couple of days, I think one of us will be going home.
and Lina are shown
sitting in the shelter.)
(confessional): Anna was very unresponsive to me. Quite short, sharp answers. She
didn’t seem to be interacting with really anyone on the tribe from what I could
see, so that may be a crack that me, Robin and Joe
(The two girls sit in silence. Lina sighs.)
RAITUHN TRIBE –
(Rafael and Neil are walking through the jungle.)
really happy I get the chance to talk to you.
Yeah, me too.
(confessional): Back on day 1, when we thought it was battle
of the sexes, me and Rafa kind of made a...half-alliance
you could call it. He helped me win immunity in exchange for me to protect him
and so we could work together. As we all know, that didn’t work out right away,
as we were on different tribes. But...I hope to kind of make good on that
promise now, and get him into my alliance with me, Andy
Would you be willing to work with us?
But, I want to keep Maria on my side too.
Would you be OK getting rid of Caroline?
(confessional): When Neil
suggested that me and Maria work with him
and boot Caroline if we lose Immunity, I was
so happy. I have no allegiance to Caroline,
so it doesn’t bother me to see her go. Neil
wants to work with me and I think he can make good on his promise.
(Rafael returns to
camp. Maria is by the campfire.)
(whispering): What happened?
(whispering): We’re going to be OK. We talked and I think
Cara will be the target if we go to Tribal.
(Maria smiles and she
hugs Rafael. Caroline
is shown looking worried.)
(confessional): I saw Rafael
and Neil, coming out of the jungle today. I
think they were probably setting up an alliance, which sucks for me. I feel
like the time I took to get to know people was for nothing.
– DAY 13
and Murray are in the
water. Joe throws down
how I’m doing it?
(confessional): This morning, Joe was showing me some fishing techniques. He
says he’s a former Marine, so he’s obviously had some experience of living it
rough, using survival techniques and stuff, and it was a really big help. I
came out here to gain some new skills and experiences, and I definitely mark
this down on the list.
pulls up the net, which has a fish.)
job, buddy. Shame you don’t have a fishing rod, you’d be plucking them out of
(Cut to Lina
and Serena fetching
don’t spill any.
(confessional): All three of the new members have been doing
their fair share around camp. I’d say that the mood has picked up around camp
since the switch, everybody seems to be much more productive, which I really
like. They’ve settled in (she snaps her fingers) just like that.
and Serena return to
camp with the water.)
me to boil it?
Thanks, that’d be a great help.
is shown sleeping.)
(confessional): I still don’t think I really know Anna yet. She seems to spend
all the time just sleeping, which makes it hard to talk to her, and when she does,
she’s very unresponsive.
(Cut to a little later.)
Robin: Anna, you want some water?
(She leans over and takes it from Robin without stepping out the shelter.)
(under his breath): A thanks would be nice.
RAITUHN TRIBE –
(The chickens are shown in their coop. Andy is shown staring into it.)
(confessional): This morning...we’re gonna kill some chicken!
(He grins and rubs his hands together.)
(Andy, Rafael and Neil
stand round the coop.)
Which one are you thinking?
(Andy points to one.)
That one’s been giving me the evil eye. He goes first.
picking out the chickens like an evil overlord. It feels like I’m watching some
dystopian sci-fi movie or something. He ever becomes President...God help us
(Andy takes the
chicken out. Caroline looks over.)
killing her now?
(confessional): The decision was made that we were going to
eat one of the chickens before today’s immunity challenge. As a vegetarian, I
really didn’t want to be around when the deed was being done. I kinds of made
myself scarce while they killed, cooked and ate it.
(The RAITUHN TRIBE,
minus Caroline, are shown sitting in a
circle eating chicken. They talk as they eat.)
Where’d she go?
didn’t want to be around while we ate the chicken.
that girl trying to alienate herself or what?
(Petra raises an eyebrow.)
(confessional): Today, Andy
used the word alienate. (sarcastic) Who knew that he knew such a complicated
Neil: Sam and Petra,
we should probably let you guys know that we’re voting for Caroline next time we go to Tribal, if you want to
get on board.
is probably the only new member I’ve properly bonded with, so when I found out
she was the next target, my heart sank a little. I don’t want to draw attention
to myself, but I don’t want to vote her out. It’s a dilemma. We still have to
play the immunity challenge though so...I’ll cross that bridge when I come to
(The tribes enter onto a beach. A large circular platform
stands on stilts in the water.)
I’ll take back the idol.
hands Jeff the idol.)
Probst: Before we get to the challenge, I have to ask, how are
the new tribes getting along. Lina,
Lina: GOMA’s good. The shelter
leaves something to be desired, but apart from that, I like it over there.
Probst: Better than RAITUHN?
Probst: Clever answer, not giving anything away. Maria, how’s RAITUHN?
It’s still early days, but I feel like I’m getting to know everybody. No
problems here. Plus, we got to eat some chicken this morning, which put
everybody in a good mood.
it in, girl.
(The castaways laugh.)
Probst: You think that will help you today?
Probst: We’ll soon find out. Immunity, back up for grabs. Here’s
how it will work.
Match-ups will be drawn at random, men will
face men, women will face women. On my go, you will battle in a sumo-style
contest, in order to knock your opponent off the platform and into the water. Simple
as that. First tribe to 6 points wins Immunity. Make sense.
(The tribes nod.)
Probst: Ok, GOMA,
you have one extra man, RAITUHN, you have
one extra woman. As the match-ups are of the Same
gender, one man from GOMA
will sit out. Similarly, a woman from RAITUHN
will also sit out. Remember, you cannot sit people out in back-to-back
challenges. GOMA, who
are you picking?
(The tribe discuss for a moment.)
We’re going for Maria.
Probst: Seemed to have some difficulty making your decision.
have 3 small women, Jeff. Not so obvious to who should sit out.
Probst: OK, Murray
and Maria, take a seat on the sit-out bench.
Might give time for old tribe-mates to catch up. The rest of you, we’ll draw
the match-ups, then we’ll get started.
(Jeff commentary in CAPITALS)
ONE: Robin v. Andy
GOES FOR ROBIN SRAIGHT
AWAY. NO HESITATION.
TRIES BUT HE’S NO MATCH. ANDY PUSHES HIM
EASILY INTO THE WATER
Serena v. Caroline
BOTH WOMEN HANGING BACK. WHO WILL MAKE THE
GRABS ONTO HER FORMER TRIBEMATE. MANAGES TO MAKE CAROLINE
LOSE HER BALANCE AND FALL IN.
THREE: Joe v. Neil
ATTEMPTS TO TAKE CONTROL BUT NEIL IS TOO
QUICK, SLIPS OUT THE WAY.
TRIES AGAIN, AND SUCCEEDS. HE LITERALLY PICKS UP NEIL
UP OFF THE GROUND AND THROWS HIM INTO THE WATER.
FOUR: Lina v. Samantha
BOTH WOMEN CAUGHT IN A HOLD, BOTH TRYING TO
PUSH THE OTHER.
SEEMS STRONGER, IS PUSHING LINA
CLOSER TO THE EDGE.
WOW, AT THE LAST MOMENT, LINA MANAGES TO SPIN HER AND SAMANTHA ROUND, CAUSING SAMANTHA
TO FALL IN.
FIVE: Roger v. Rafael
GOES FOR ROGER’S LEGS,
CAUSING HIM TO FALL OVER.
QUICKLY RECOVERS, AND SIDESTEPS RAFAEL’S
ATTEMPT TO GET HIM CLOSER TO THE EDGE.
BOTH MEN, PUSHING AGAINST EACH OTHER. WHO
WILL GET THE UPPER HAND?
WITH A MASSIVE PUSH, ROGER CAUSES RAFAEL
TO SLIP. HE MANAGES TO PUSH HIM ALONG AND INTO THE WATER.
SIX: Anna v. Petra
NEITHER MAKING ANY BIG MOVES. EDGING SLIGHTLY
CLOSE TO EACH OTHER.
MAKES A BIG MOVE, CATCHES ANNA
Probst: Everyone’s played one round, GOMA lead 4 to 2. We’ll redraw match-ups and
continue until a tribe gets to 6.
SEVEN: Joe v. Rafael
PURE STRENGTH WINNING OUT HERE. MAKES THIS LOOK EASY.
IN THE WATER.
EIGHT: Lina v. Caroline
BOTH STRAIGHT IN THERE. SEEM QUITE EQUALLY
NEITHER WOMAN MAKING MUCH PROGRESS, WE SEEM
BOTH STILL STUCK CLOSE TO THE MIDDLE. WHEN
ONE MAKES PROGRESS, THE OTHER JUST WINS IT BACK.
LETS GO AND STEPS BACK. WILL CAROLINE
RUNS UP AND SLAMS INTO CAROLINE, MOVING A
HUGE DISTANCE THIS COULD BE IT.
(Caroline hits the
water. Lina cheers and
jumps in. She hugs her tribemates as she reaches the shore.)
I think you should take the idol. Well deserved. You can rest tonight, safe in
the knowledge that none of you are getting voted out tonight. RAITUHN, you will be facing your first tribal
council as a new tribe, one of you will be leaving us. I’ll see you tonight.
Grab your stuff, head back to camp.
– DAY 14
(The tribe return to camp with the idol. Lina puts it back on top of
(confessional): I’ve had a really great few days here at GOMA. Already, I feel more
part of the tribe than I ever did at RAITUHN.
It’s only been 3 days but already there’s such a community feel here. Everybody
is equal and I actually feel like an important member rather than a spare part.
(The tribe are shown singing a song as Robin does a little dance. )
(confessional): I love being at GOMA. I’m so glad we won Immunity today because I
don’t really want anybody to go yet. I was worried that, as new tribe members,
me, Joe and Lina would be singled out, but
that’s the opposite of what’s happening, which is so great. I don’t miss being
over there at all.
(Cut ahead as Murray finishes telling a joke and everybody laughs.)
was my only friend, and so I was a bit sad when she went over to RAITUHN, and I kind of wallowed a little. But
today I realised that there’s no point me feeling sorry about the situation.
This is Survivor, it’s not meant to be easy, so I’ve sucked it up, and I’m got
to know the new members a bit more, join in more, and it’s been really great. I
just hope that the first impression wasn’t too bad for it to affect my game in
holds up a cup of water.)
GOMA TRIBE: TO GOMA!!!
(Cut to RAITUHN, where
the mood is less cheerful.)
were unlucky today guys.
(confessional): After losing today, the mood was really low
around camp. Even though most of us knew we weren’t getting voted out tonight,
there was still a really bad vibe amongst the group.
Rafael): You still OK for
voting Caroline tonight?
(confessional): Part of me feels bad for turning on my GOMA TRIBE-member so easily,
but at the Same time she probably would have
got my vote before the switch anyway. I just hope Neil
and Andy don’t screw me and Maria over and that we can form a strong alliance.
(Samantha approaches Caroline.)
(confessional): I thought it only fair that I tell Caroline about the plan to vote her out tonight.
She’d taken the time to talk to me and get along with me since coming over, and
I thought it was only fair I let her know in advance.
(Cut to the two talking in the jungle.)
It’s you tonight.
had my suspicions, but thanks for having the decency of letting me know.
It’s the least I could do.
(confessional): It’s looking like I’m leaving tonight, which
sucks. However, knowing this information does allow me to pull a little act of
revenge on my tribe. This girl bites back.
(As the tribe prepares to leave, Caroline
is shown tying her shoe lace near the chicken coop. While doing so, she opens
the latch on the coop door, leaving it ajar.)
COUNCIL – RAITUHN
Probst: Everybody take a seat.
(The tribe members take their seats.)
Probst: Welcome to your first tribal council as a new tribe. 3
new members. Petra, how has the mood changed
at camp with these new people?
There’s definitely a slightly different atmosphere, just because different
people bring different things. I think we’re all still getting used to it.
Probst: Rafael, would you say
you were still adjusting to the new camp?
Yes, in the sense that, when you spend all day, every day with the Same people, on the Same
beach, it’s hard when all that gets switched up. I’m sure that in a few days,
I’ll be much more acclimatised to RAITUHN’s
Probst: You got beat pretty badly at the Immunity challenge. Andy, how badly did that hurt?
definitely felt bad. Especially because I won my match-up, I did my part. Sucks
that no-one else could pull through.
won reward though Jeff, so it’s not a lost cause just yet.
Probst: Anyone feel particularly worried about the vote tonight?
(Caroline raises her
Probst: Why’s that?
Because I know I’m leaving.
Probst: What makes you say that?
Apart from being told directly, it’s obvious that I’m an easy target. Apart
from Sam, no-one wants me here. I got moved
over with the two people from GOMA
who liked me the least, and that means I’ve been on the backfoot since I got
here. I feel like the switch screwed me over.
Probst: Anyone have anything to say about that?
do. I don’t think Caroline should be feeling
too sorry for herself. Before the switch, she tried to cause disruption,
telling stories about Vera behind her back, and me and Rafa
both feel she prolonged the difficulties we had at GOMA just to get her out.
Probst: Care to explain?
Jeff, she knows what I’m talking about. To add to that, she seems to be
purposefully isolating herself from us, so it should not come as a surprise
that she’s the obvious target tonight. And to be honest, she may not have
realised, but she would have been next out on GOMA anyway, so the switch didn’t screw her over.
She screwed herself over. And to be honest, I’m not sorry to see her go.
(Maria breathes out
heavily, out of breath from the rant. Caroline
sits in silence.)
(under his breath): Burn!
just like to say, before I’m voted out, that Maria
should watch her back. These people aren’t her friends, they’re using her and Rafa. Who does she think will be the target once
Probst: Very tense here at Tribal Council. It’s time to vote. Petra, you’re up first.
(RAITUHN cast their
votes. Shown votes below.)
(voting for Caroline): I
won’t be sad to see you go.
(voting for Maria): I
don’t think you’ve spoken to me once. Why do I have a reason to keep you?
(voting for Maria): Enjoy
your time here. It won’t be for much longer.
First vote, Caroline
Maria, one vote Maria, one vote Caroline
Cara, two votes Caroline
Caroline, three votes Caroline
Fifth person voted out of Survivor: Maldives...
Probst: Caroline, you need to
bring me your torch.
(Caroline brings her
torch over. She refuses to look at any other tribe members.)
Probst: Caroline, the tribe
(Jeff snuffs out her torch.)
left a surprise for you guys. I hope you enjoy it.
departs. Neil glances at Andy, who shrugs his shoulders.)
Probst: A very tense Tribal Council, some home truths were
spoken. But will it affect how you play this game? Grab your torches, head back
to camp. I’ll see you tomorrow.
CAROLINE'S FINAL WORDS:
I saw this coming, so I'm not too surprised. Looking back, my ploy to get rid of Vera probably was the most detrimental factor to my game, but I don't regret it. Maria seems to think Raituhn will keep her around. I look forward to seeing her in 3 days time.
12/21/11 07:37 PM
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TheThrillseeker wrote:Another absolutely amazing episode!
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