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Survivor 30: World's Apart AKA Class Warfare

Bernnie Federko

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Premieres: Wednesday, February 25, 2015
90 Minute Premiere
All New Players - No Returning Players
Three Tribes - Yellow Tribe (White Collar), Red Tribe (No Collar), Blue Tribe (Blue Collar)
9 Males, 9 Females
Title is the Name of the Theme: "Worlds Apart"
Location is Nicaragua
Shipwreck Theme Tribal Council


Carolyn Rivera
Age: 52
Home: Tampa, Florida
Occupation: Corporate Executive
Tribe: White Collar

Joaquin Souberbielle
Age: 27
Home: Valley Stream, New York
Occupation: Marketing Director
Tribe: White Collar

Max Dawson
Age: 37
Home: Topanga, California
Occupation: Ph.D. - L.A. Based Media Consultant
Tribe: White Collar

So Kim
Age: 30
Home: Long Beach, California
Occupation: Retail Purchasing Agent
Tribe: White Collar

Shirin Oskooi
Age: 31
Home: San Francisco, California
Occupation: Yahoo Executive
Tribe: White Collar

Tyler Fredrickson
Age: 33
Home: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Ex Talent Agent Assistant
Tribe: White Collar

Sierra Dawn Thomas
Age: 27
Home: Roy, Utah
Occupation: Model/Professional Barrel Racer/Criminal Justice Student
Tribe: Blue Collar

Rodney Lavoie, Jr.
Age: 24
Home: Boston, Massachusetts
Occupation: General Contractor
Tribe: Blue Collar

Mike Holloway
Age: 38
Home: North Richland Hills, Texas
Occupation: Oil Driller
Tribe: Blue Collar

Lindsey Cascaddan
Age: 24
Home: College Park, Florida
Occupation: Hairstylist
Tribe: Blue Collar

Kelly Remington
Age: 44
Home: Grand Island, New York
Occupation: New York State Police Investigator
Tribe: Blue Collar

Dan Foley
Age: 47
Home: Gorham, Maine
Occupation: US Postal Service
Tribe: Blue Collar

Hali Ford
Age: 25
Home: San Francisco, California
Occupation: Law Student
Tribe: No Collar/Red

Jenn Brown
Age: 22
Home: Long Beach, California
Occupation: Sailing Instructor
Tribe: No Collar/Red

Joseph Anglim
Age: 25
Home: Scottsdale, Arizona
Occupation: Jewelry Designer
Tribe: No Collar/Red

Nina Poersch
Age: 51
Home: Palmdale, California
Occupation: Hearing Advocate
Tribe: No Collar/Red

Vince Sly
Age: 32
Home: Santa Monica, California
Occupation: Coconut Vendor
Tribe: No Collar/Red

Will Sims
Age: 41
Home: Sherman Oaks, California
Occupation: YouTube Sensation
Tribe: No Collar/Red
 

basketballjones

TRIBE Member
johnny date rap aka the coconut vendor(wtf is that??) is giving creepy a bad name

too bad they gave the white collars flint, would love to have seen them go for awhile with no fire
 

Zorro

TRIBE Member
The coconut vendor. Is a living oxymoron.

He is not a "no collar" person. He has mommy issues. He has a problem with not being in charge. He lacks social skills. And is clearly unstable.

He probably doesn't even get through a one night stand. Because shortly after getting to 1st base he is professing his undying love for what ever girl that day he soda coconut too.

His ship is going to crash and burn. By the reunion he will have made up with his well to do Jewish family. And will be work on his issues.
 
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DJ Vuvu Zela

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Joaquin is obviously a douche, but the coconut salesman is next level douce.

c'mon. he has feathers in his hair.

feathers
 
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basketballjones

TRIBE Member
i see big problems for the slackers team unless they get rid of danny date rape (coconut vendor)

i know you can edit some shit together but he has super duper crazy eyes and you cant edit those onto a guys face.

him chasing down whats her nuts after she started talking to whats his nuts was just insano
 

DJ Vuvu Zela

TRIBE Member
white collars are the ones who are in big trouble. already down in numbers, and with a handful of beans thanks to that terrible early selfish decision by So and Joaquin.
 

dg0425

TRIBE Member
I love how everyone exagerates what they do. Is a Talent Agent Assistant white collar? There's a big diff between Lloyd and Ari on entourage.

Tyler kinda looks like digweed.
 

Bernnie Federko

TRIBE Member
As Always, these Office Pool Recaps are by my friend PB

Ok, and we’re off with the millionth season … or 30th. I have no idea how many seasons I’ve been writing recaps, but it’s been a lot. This season’s twist is to divvy up the cast by their job, kind of. Or their life philosophy. We’ve got white collar vs blue collar vs no collar, which means Jeff spends the first fifteen-twenty minutes blathering about office types vs working in the trenches vs I don’t know, weirdos? No collar really just seems to be whoever didn’t fit into the other two. Because law student & coconut vendor are not really on the same side or quadrant or whatever of the career continuum.

Here’s what I get from the intros: the white collars seem to be mostly jerks. I flash a lot on the brains tribe, the last time they had a three-tribe split. And given how much the brains tribe sucked, and how this episode plays out, this could bode equally poorly. But however badly the white collar tribe comes off, there’s an immediate winner for my least-favourite Survivor this year. It’s the idiot with feathers in his hair, who is sticking his tongue out in the back of the truck … to catch rain? Or maybe he’s a dog. Before the show, in his interview, Vince compared himself to Coach, and with the feathers, he actually seems to be going out of his way to both look and act like him. Who looks at Coach, especially in his first season, and says “Yeah, that’s my role model!” Given how Coach easily spawned my most epic rants, this could be a ‘good’ season. And the rants will begin early, don’t worry.

Moving on, after Jeff’s jabbering and a ton of stereotypes on all sides, the tribes choose two people each to make a decision. We get Will from the No Collars who is chosen because he’ll make them sandwiches(?!?). Really, that’s what he says. Will is described as a youtube sensation, which is not a job description in any world. He then picks Jenn as his second. Blue Collar has Dan the postal worker, who seems loud and abrasive. I’m not at all sure who his second is. Mike, maybe? And then Joaquin is the White Collar rep, and So volunteers to join him. Man, all the White Collars’ job descriptions are so unmemorable. Everybody goes to their camp, and then the two selectees go off to make their choice. The choice is between Honest (big bag of rice), and Deceive (small bag of rice and an idol clue). No Collar chooses honest immediately, and their tribe celebrates them as heroes. Blue Collar debates it, but they opt for honesty, thinking that it’s too early to go evil. But when they explain their choice, Sierra flat out doesn’t believe them, thinking that if it was really the big bag, it should be three times the size. Why not 10 times the size or 20? She’s an idiot. Finally, Joaquin immediately chooses deceive and talks So into it, even though she seems initially hesitant. But then she takes over in coming up with a ridiculous story to tell the others. They go with saying there were three options: Honest, Neutral and Deceive. And they chose Neutral, because, well, they don’t really have a good explanation for why they wouldn’t go with honest. Just some shady “consequences” threat. No-one believes them, at all. That will serve them well.

Blue Collar gets fire quickly, and then some guy (Mike again?) finds a scorpion and eats it. He cuts its tail off to avoid the poison, but is the poison exclusively in the tail? That seems like a risk not worth taking. Especially because it makes him violently sick.

And now we begin with Vince. Every time he’s in a one-on-one interview, he’s spouting something that makes him sound ridiculous. He tries to come across as a spiritually wise person spouting about self-actualization and living like a wave. But then he gets distracted by the young & pretty Jenn. He gets her to agree to an alliance and interviews that his weakness is “his intense attraction to women” and my stalker alarm goes off. Then, Vince gets into an argument over shelter construction with Joe. Vince doesn’t like Joe. Remember that.

Back to the Blue Collar tribe where Dan is yelling over the construction of the shelter. Then, he goes sullen and silent when asked for his opinion on the shelter. He thinks he can’t win when he gives his opinion or doesn’t. Which is true when you’re coming off like a jerk, either way. Dan is at least socially savvy enough to realize he’s in deep trouble.

Back to No Collar where Joe is making fire with Jenn’s help which mostly consists of her flirting casually. Vince, hanging around on the edges, is very unhappy and jealous which he phrases as questioning her loyalty, which is gross. Vince gets Jenn alone and asks if she is attracted to Joe. Jenn soothes his ruffled feathers, and Vince asks/demands a hug which he holds way too long. This whole thing is extremely creepy.

White Collar can’t make fire, but Carolyn has been watching So and Joaquin searching for the idol, so she looks herself. Having seen that they weren’t digging, she looks for a distinctive landmark and finds an “unusual tree”. And then she finds the immunity idol. She’s pleased.

On to the challenge which has the three teams going through an obstacle course and then picking one of three puzzles: a 5 piece puzzle to form a square, a 10 piece vertical puzzle making a tree, and a straightforward 50 piece puzzle which is supposed to be the easiest, but it’s 50 pieces. At the beginning of the obstacle course, one Survivor has a choice between searching through keys or untying knots. At first they all choose the keys, but then they all switch to the ropes. At this point White Collar is leading thanks to So’s work on the knots and then No Collar. No Collar then takes the lead at the puzzle and they choose the 10 piece tree. White Collar chooses the 50 piece puzzle, then Blue chooses the 10 piece. Joe, who did both the knots and the puzzle, wins the challenge for No Collar. Meanwhile, Shirin is terrible with the ‘easy’ puzzle and has to switch out. This allows Blue to pass them and win immunity too.

Back at camp, So is going after Carolyn and Caroline is going after So. It’s So/Joaquin against Shirin/Carolyn with Max and Tyler in the middle. Carolyn tells Max that she has the idol. At Tribal, So is still a terrible liar and she finally admits that Carolyn is being targeted. Which is bad because So doesn’t have the slightest clue that Carolyn has an idol. They vote, and Carolyn doesn’t play the idol which means she’s pretty sure which way this is going to go. And she’s right, So is booted out.

In the preview for next week, it looks like Nina (who is deaf) is being targeted by her tribe, so that won’t be awkward and unpleasant.
 
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Bernnie Federko

TRIBE Member
Well, that episode ended entirely excellently. Just a ton of stupidity on all sides had everything up in the air, but it ended very satisfyingly. We begin the episode with Dan losing his underwear, and needing to construct shorts out of a shirt. He’s a regular MacGyver. That’s not going to save him from the wrath of his tribemates, though (although something else might).



Over at White Collar, they finally get fire and then we’re treated to a big nude sequence where first Max and then Shirin parade around bottomless, and so there’s a whole lot of blurring taking place.



Next we’re over to No Collar where Nina is struggling. Because she has cochlear implants, she has trouble hearing so there’s a montage of her mishearing things or completely missing when she’s being asked something. She feels like she’s not fitting in, and it all culminates when Jenn and Hali decide they’re going to go skinny-dipping and they don’t invite Nina, which upsets her. When they get back (after more blurring during their swim), Nina is hostile and confrontational about their not inviting her. That’s never a good move to paint yourself as a source of friction in the tribe. As another example, over at Blue Collar, Mike is upset that the rest of his tribe is playing basketball while there’s work to be done. And he’s pissy about it too, which just angers everyone else.



Back at No Collar, Vince is still jealous of Joe, and Vince confronts him, saying he “needs acknowledgement and verification” that Joe isn’t treating Vince with sufficient respect, or something. It’s completely ridiculous and Joe handles it with way more patience and goodwill than I would have. It’s just ridiculous. This tribe is currently looking to be split between Jenn, Hali and Joe vs Vince, Nina and Will.



On to the challenge which is in the water. One at a time, survivors navigate a buoy through a rope obstacle course until 5 are through the course, then they shoot the 5 buoys into a basket (See Mike, this is why you shouldn’t be complaining about your tribe playing basketball!). There’s a fishing gear reward as well as immunity for the first two teams. Through the first three people, it’s back and forth between Blue Collar and No Collar with White bringing up the rear. Then, Will for No Collar falls apart and gets his buoy stuck or something. White Collar passes them up and now it’s Blue and White shooting the buoys. Joaquin dominates the shooting and White wins! Nice come from behind there. Blue collar takes second place as No collar is too far behind.



Back at camp, Vince is targeting Joe, but is concerned that Will is in bad shape. He discusses it with Nina who says she’ll talk to him. In retrospect, this makes me laugh. Jenn is targeting Vince because she realizes that he’s a creepy creep. Joe is targeting Nina because she’s worse at challenges. Vince is now targeting Jenn, so their first-day alliance has really just completely come apart. Joe comes up with a terrible plan to split the votes (trying to avoid a possible idol) where Jenn and Hali will vote for Vince, and Joe and Will will vote for Nina. I don’t know why Joe thinks Will is with them, but (at least at first) he is not. Will goes to Nina and Vince and they can easily knock out Jenn. Then, we get Nina inquiring about Will’s health, where she tells him that Vince is concerned and is raising doubts about his ability in challenges. Massive red flag for Will and now he doesn’t know if he can trust Vince. Wow, did Nina mis-play that conversation, considering she wants a strong alliance with Will and Vince (and needs it for her continued survival).



So, we’re going to tribal up in the air with how Will is going to act. At tribal, Nina outs the splits in the tribe and there’s much discussion about the threesome with Jenn, Hali & Joe (from an alliance perspective, that is). Admitting this should make Joe very worried about Will’s state of mind. But he seems clueless. They vote and we have 2 votes for Vince (Jenn and Hali), 1 vote for Nina (from Joe), and 2 votes for Jenn (Vince and Nina). I am convinced at this point that Jenn is doomed, but the last vote is read and it’s for Vince!!! Thank all the gods! Nina is stunned, asking Will if he voted for Vince. (the answer is yes, and it’s awesome).



Phew, no more stupid self-important feather-wearing creepy stalker Vince. In next week’s preview, we get Mike further antagonizing his entire tribe. What a good idea
 

Bernnie Federko

TRIBE Member
Remember last week when Vince was eliminated? Wasn’t that great? It’s all downhill from there. This week’s episode begins immediately after the glory that was last week’s tribal council. Will says he couldn’t trust Vince and now Joe isn’t sure if he can trust Will. Nina is, as always, upset. Even though this was really her fault.



Over on White Collar, Shirin is enjoying watching monkeys have sex. And talking about it. A lot. To the point that the rest of her tribe thinks she’s crazy. So, good work there, Shirin.



And over to Blue Collar where the tribe is discussing how much sleep they’re all getting (not much), and comparing that to Rodney’s amount of sleep (lots). Rodney disputes this and they’re joking around, and then Dan calls Rodney’s mom a wh*re. Um, what? No, really, what? Boy, that escalated quickly. Unsurprisingly, the rest of the tribe is taken aback, and Rodney is deeply unhappy.



Back to no collar where the girls are body surfing and Joe is discussing with Nina that they all want her there. The subtext is that if she continues to highlight that she feels like an outsider, this will be a self-fulfilling prophecy.



And back to White collar where everybody but Carolyn is searching for an idol that Carolyn already has. We also find out that Joaquin hates Shirin and Shirin continues to needle Joaquin. (Why won’t you talk to me? Huh? Huh? What’s wrong? Etc. etc.).



Man, only having one challenge an episode means there’s a lot of personality filler to go through. We’re at Blue collar now, and Mike is continuing to be unhappy with everyone else’s work ethic. He gets into it with Rodney a bunch, as well as … Jenn? Lindsey? Whoever the hairdresser is. He repeatedly says that if his calling them out is the reason he’s voted out, so be it. Which is stupid on many levels.



Finally, we get to the challenge where the tribes have to fill a bucket with many holes, carry it through obstacles while plugging as many holes as possible, and then dumping the water to another bucket, which when filled will drop and raise a flag. No collar decides that Nina will simply run ahead and not help with the bucket. It is a stupid idea and Jeff comments on the stupidity repeatedly. As a result it comes down to Blue and White who take 1st and 2nd respectively. Blue also wins a bunch of comfort items while White wins a tarp. No collar gets to go back to tribal.



Back at camp, Joe apologizes for not letting Nina take part (and this obviously hasn’t helped Nina’s feeling left out either). It’s going to be Nina or Will and they’re both campaigning against the other which is always great for the other side. At tribal, Nina thinks the tribe is unsure of her because she’s deaf. And she thinks they should vote for Will. Will disagrees with both points. Hali lectures Nina about what she needs to do going forward to fit in better with the tribe, because she’s not acting ‘no collar’ enough. A) this is stupid, and B) this is mean, given what’s about to happen. They vote and Nina gets three votes to Will’s two and she’s gone. But seriously, if you’re voting her out, why lecture her about her behavior with the tribe? Mean, mean, mean.



In next week’s preview, it looks like there will be blood! One of those blindfold challenges are stopped when someone gets injured.
 

DJ Vuvu Zela

TRIBE Member
Hali lectures Nina about what she needs to do going forward to fit in better with the tribe, because she’s not acting ‘no collar’ enough. A) this is stupid, and B) this is mean, given what’s about to happen. They vote and Nina gets three votes to Will’s two and she’s gone. But seriously, if you’re voting her out, why lecture her about her behavior with the tribe? Mean, mean, mean.
Hali voted for Will, so she actually was willing to give Nina a chance and she wasn't being mean.
 
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Bernnie Federko

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A two-hour episode tonight, or more accurately back-to-back episodes so we had two eliminations this week. The first ep begins with us checking in on the no collar tribe after tribal council and Will recognizes that he has an alliance, but if they lose again, he’s toast. And over at the Blue collar, they’re eating snake.



And then we’re right into a reward challenge. A two-challenge episode, yay! And this one’s a doozy. It involves pairs of tribe members blindfolded and being shouted at by a third tribe member directing them through and around (or into) obstacles to retrieve a series of items one at a time. Once the item is retrieved, it’s then hoisted using ropes and a wooden platform to the tribe’s caller. These challenges are always a big physical risk (and a comedic gold mine) with the blindfolded bashing into waist-high poles and boxes at full speed. However, with the wooden platform being raised well above head height, and then summarily dropped but in an un-even fashion as one side is dropped before the other, there are huge risks of getting bashed in the head. Jeff warns several people (mostly Will) to be careful, but with all the shouting and being blindfolded, this is nigh impossible. And then the platform drops squarely on the head of Kelly. It is pretty horrifying to watch and then her bandana blindfold starts showing signs of a fair amount of blood soaking through. Knowing that head wounds tend to bleed copiously even when they’re not that terrible, a small part of me is still wondering if we’re witnessing our first Survivor fatality. Medical is called in and examines the wound … while leaving the blindfold on. That’s nuts. The medic confirms it’s not that bad and is willing to wrap it, and allow the challenge to continue. Wow. So they do.



Ultimately, No collar wins (4 chickens), and White collar gets 2nd (10 eggs) and Blue collar gets the aforementioned head injury. So, everybody comes away with something. Back at camp, it’s Will’s birthday so the no collars are going to kill a chicken. The optics of the only Black person in this season getting a fried chicken dinner for his birthday are not lost on Will, it would seem. Jenn meanwhile is opposed to killing animals in general and this chicken in the specific, so she goes off on her own idol-hunting. And voila, without a single clue, Jenn manages to find the idol! So, that’s Carolyn and Jenn with idols.



Back to Blue collar where Kelly has had 6 stitches, and we get to find out more about the wonderful human being that is Rodney. Rodney believes that women should hold themselves to a higher standard than men. Although it isn’t directly said, he’s talking about sex. So, the basic math of straight sex would pretty much mean that men and women are having the same amount of sex but I don’t get the feeling that even this basic mathematical principle would sink in with Rodney. Lindsey and Sierra do not approve of this attitude and there’s much arguing.



Over at White collar, they’re eating eggs and Shirin/Max are continuing to demonstrate their various levels of craziness. Shirin simply can’t shut up and both of them like to wander around nude. What fun.



On to immunity where tribe members navigate a rope obstacle course and then there’s a bit where they have to balance on a beam and using ropes and pulleys, they have to navigate a ball up a holey board to the top of the board and deposit the ball into one of 3 holes. 3 times up the board successfully without losing the ball in one of the lower holes and they win. That is the best I can do in describing a rather complicated bit of business. Will and Rodney both kind of suck at navigating the ropes. No collar overcomes Will’s not great rope performance and they finish first. Rodney then sucks at the ball navigating too, which allows White collar to finish 2nd and Blue collar is going to tribal for the first time. So, based on that challenge and general tribe vibe, Rodney should be concerned. That’s not really the kind of guy he is, though.



Lindsay is definitely going after Rodney (with her ally Sierra) and she talks to Dan who is making appropriate agreement responses, but it’s sounding kind of fakey, at least to me. Dan interviews that about the differences between men listening and women listening and I stop listening. Then, we have Dan, Mike, Rodney and Kelly in the water and this would appear to be the actual alliance (with Kelly and Mike as a strong sub-pairing). Kelly and Mike indicate they’re the swing votes.



On to the first tribal, where Rodney again brings up the women and standards, and is completely clueless as to how this could be perceived badly by anyone. Then, there’s more blue collar yammering about how great blue collar workers are. We vote and it’s 2 votes for Rodney, Lindsey and Sierra. Which immediately means that Lindsey is screwed because they’ve obviously split the votes to avoid any idol being played. And on the re-vote, Lindsey gets all 4 votes and she’s gone. Rodney looks intolerably smug. I loathe him.



The second ep begins and we’re back from tribal with Sierra majorly on the outs. In the name of ‘restoring tribal unity’, Dan thinks it would be a good idea to attack Sierra for all the mistakes she’s made so far. That’s fantastic. Rodney also jumps in to shout how little he cares that Sierra feels bad because they voted for him. Mike is concerned that this is all very short-sighted behavior. Mike is prophetic.



The tribes all gather with Jeff … and it’s tribe switch time! We’re dropping from three tribes to two (which I’m going to call Red and Blue). On team red, we have three white collars (Shirin, Max, Carolyn), three red collars (Will, Jenn, Hali) and Kelly as the swing vote (at first glance). On team blue, we have 4 blue collar (everybody but Kelly), 2 white collar (Joaquin, Tyler) and Joe. Team blue is all men except for Sierra and team red is all women except for Max and Will. Carolyn hates that she’s with Shirin and Max, and Sierra is looking to flip on her other blue collar people. We have a reward challenge where the two teams catch balls launched by slingshots and the blues handily win 5-2.



Back at tribe Red, Shirin is instantly connecting with Kelly and roping her in with what Shirin thinks is a solid White collar trio. On tribe Blue, Sierra is quick to convey to the non-blues that she is an open vote. Back at tribe Red, Shirin still won’t shut up and alienates everybody again while Max manages to get stung by stingrays on both feet and puts his warty feet in the tribe’s drinking water. Carolyn can’t flip on these two fast enough. And back to blue where Mike insists that Dan apologize to Sierra. Dan apologizes and then immediately starts attacking her again over how she attacked him too, saying that it should be the same thing. I’d argue that the difference is that he was being a very sore winner since he’d just demonstrated that his alliance had all the power. Not the same thing at all. Anyway, it’s an especially stupid apology and it just makes Sierra madder.



The immunity challenge is dragging pots on a sled through an obstacle course and then using a wrecking ball-type thing to smash the pots. The men on team Blue obliterate the other side. Max interviews that he’s thrilled to lose because now he can start manipulating events. I heard that and immediately crossed his name out. Shirin and Max are targeting Will because of his poor performance in challenges and at first Kelly agrees. But then Carolyn flips and Kelly realizes it would be insane to go with Shirin. Given the numbers (5 vs 2), the only suspense is whether it will be Shirin or Max.



On to tribal, where Shirin continues to bring the crazy, accusing Jeff of making weird faces at her. Max then demonstrates that he knows every single minute detail about previous Survivor seasons. We also get Shirin talking ironically about how a blindside can be good for the tribe. I’m sure the editors loved that. We vote and it’s 2 votes for Will and 5 votes for Max who completely didn’t see that coming.



In next week’s preview, we see that Rodney and Joaquin are pairing up causing all sorts of issues with Rodney’s alliance. Bye Rodney!
 

SneakyPete

TRIBE Member
Hali voted for Will, so she actually was willing to give Nina a chance and she wasn't being mean.
Nina's got some issues, she needs to see a therapist. I think losing her hearing messed her up mentally. She thinks everybody needs to pity her because of her disability. The no collar tribe actually tried to include her but she had a whole other set of expectation on how she should be treated.


Also, hispter Max was one of the worst players on the show. He looked like he's somewhat athletic, but he's terrible in challenges. His social game? All of his reads seem to be wrong.
 

DJ Vuvu Zela

TRIBE Member
it was actually the 4th episode that had the re-shuffle, and you can make the case it was kind of the 5th episode since it happened in the 2nd hour of a two hour show.

anyways, to answer your question, the point of starting with 3 groups is because it changes the dynamics somewhat. if every episode is (on average) 3 days, having people limited to a certain group for the majority of those days spent is obviously going to affect the way they interact in the coming weeks after,
 

Rage

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it was actually the 4th episode that had the re-shuffle, and you can make the case it was kind of the 5th episode since it happened in the 2nd hour of a two hour show.

anyways, to answer your question, the point of starting with 3 groups is because it changes the dynamics somewhat. if every episode is (on average) 3 days, having people limited to a certain group for the majority of those days spent is obviously going to affect the way they interact in the coming weeks after,
I'd like to see the producers stick it out for a bit longer with the separate tribes I guess is my point.
 
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