|Episode Number||5/14 (089)|
|First Broadcast||October 16, 2003|
|Previous||Pick a Castaway... Any Castaway|
|Next||Me and My Snake|
Everyone's Hero is the fifth episode of Survivor: Pearl Islands.
Reward Challenge: Paddle For Paddles
The tribes must row to one of four floating crates, where one person dives down to grab two ladder rungs. Once all eight are collected, they row back to shore. One person runs to an old well to pull up a bucket with an idol inside, bringing it back. Meanwhile, the rest build a puzzle ladder with the rungs gathered and the two side panels. Then, the runner climbs it with the idol. First runner to the top wins.
Reward: Bush shower, toiletries, cooking pot, rain jackets, and two jerrycans; loot one item from losing tribe; piece of treasure map
Immunity Challenge: Survivor Smoothie
Jeff has a spinning wheel of seafood/island-related items, which will be blended into a smoothie after they're spun up. In a tie, each tribe chooses the other tribe's representative for the tiebreaker, which involves six of the twelve items on the wheel.
| Tribal Council 5:|
Michelle (6 votes)
Christa, Jon, Rupert, Sandra, Shawn & Trish
Shawn (1 vote)
| VOTED OFF:|
|“||Wow, what an amazing experience. Wish I could have been here longer. I wish I could have had more time to kick some butt, and to really get into the game, but for whatever reason, that didn't get to happen. I'm really upset that I came all this way, and I got here, and I'm missing my sister's wedding for this. I wish I would have been able to pay her back by letting her see me down here longer, and really kick some ass, but it didn't happen for me right now. But regardless of all the politics between what had happened, I'm glad that I was a part of it. I had an amazing time, I learned a lot, and I'll always have this experience with me. I think that's all I have to say.||”|
Still in the RunningEdit
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- This marks Rupert's first visit to Tribal Council.
- In this episode, Rupert found a small wounded snake at the shore. He named it Balboa and took good care of it.