Previously On... Survivor: In order to get rid of LJ, Tony had to blindside his own alliance. But at the next Tribal Council, the alliance of five regrouped to take out Jeremiah, leaving Tasha and Spencer on the bottom. Back at camp, Tony dug up his second Hidden Immunity Idol while Spencer dug up a plan to trick Tony and save himself and it worked. Tony pulled in Woo, Spencer pulled in Tasha, and together they pulled off another blindside leaving Tony's alliance in the dark once again. Six are left. Who will be voted out tonight?
I feel like they didn't learn the lesson from when I flipped from my other alliance which was don't leave someone out. I don't like to be the one slack-jawed at Tribal Council and that's now happened twice.
I worked with Tony for the last blindside of Jefra and it really was kind of a one time deal but now the dynamic is changed. Now we have Kass and Tony fighting like cats and dogs and that's great for Tasha and I.
I'm getting to know Tony more and I like him but I still think Tony is lying to everyone all the time out here and he's good at it. Going forward, it's tough to work with him because he's sly, he's playing harder than anyone and he's very, very dangerous.
So this morning, I just didn't feel like getting up today so I decided to just lay there and listen and I heard my name out of Tony's mouth. Tony said "Kass is such a bitch. Did you hear her last night?" He's just getting so bold with his trash talking and uh, he just made me hate him even a little more.
Kass legitimately misheard Tony. So now, Tony is actually telling the truth, which is rare. You know, this is a special moment and Kass doesn't believe it. Am I going to clear up the situation? No! Tony wasn't doing anything wrong but if Kass is mad at Tony it means she isn't mad at me and I'm sitting back enjoying the show.
For some reason Kass says "I heard you talking about me" and I'm looking at her and said "What are you talking about? Nobody's talking about you." She's off her rocker. I don't know what's wrong with that girl and I don't even care. Just stay with me. Let's keep the numbers going. Let's keep on voting people off. Let me take you to the end with me so I can win the votes. That's all I care about.
So Tony moved up a level as a player by making two big moves, blindsiding LJ and blindsiding Jefra and using people outside his alliance to do that and not letting people in his alliance in. Now its put a red flag out there that Tony is willing to do anything to anybody. I mean, all the people who went with him were just cult members. I don't want to be a cult member. I want to kill the cult leader.
I don't like tension around camp. Kass, she was mad at me thinking that I said something about her. So I said "You know what? Let me just, let me just squash this and move forward according to plan so she doesn't get any brilliant ideas to try to oust me."
Tony, I'm happy he's imploding. I like to have chaos and I like to have trouble. I like to see people at their breaking point in this game 'cause it brings out the worst in them and I expect that of him because he is an idiot.
Kass is convinced that she heard Tony talking about her. I don't really know but you can't convince her that that event did not happen. But if the two of them are at each others throats then it takes the target off of me.
Today's reward was a phenomenal opportunity to give back to the Filipino community and to be an ambassador for Survivor and the moment we come out it's just mob deep of all these beautiful, young people. It was phenomenal. To see how stoke they were to receive a book bag was something very humbling that I'll just hold and posses in my heart for the rest of my life.
I'm not really a kid person and I'll be the first to say that I don't even really like kids. It was a little overwhelming having all these little monsters swarming me. But once I got into it, I did enjoy it and it kinda surprised me in a good way that it was such a positive experience for me.
I loved Woo doing his martial arts and being an entertainer. He's definitely in his element. Woo's usually quiet. This is the most he's spoken, in 31 days, is to you know a 100 kids. I really like Woo a lot more after seeing how he was with the kids. I haven't thought about the game for the last couple of hours but the kids have got to go back to class and we need to go back to Survivor 101 and I'm here with two people that could be allies. Considering what happened last night at Tribal I need some new allies.
I spoke with Spencer and Woo about working together to do a three-way split to get rid of Tony. Spencer and I had a lot of animosity in the past but now we have a common enemy. I'm no longer the enemy, Tony's the new enemy. And what do I always say bonds people well? Hatred and enemies!
Kass has managed to screw up my game in the past but right now it's my best move to stick with Kass to take out Tony. Because if Tony has both Idols, he goes from being a threat to the biggest threat there has been in this entire game.
At this point in the game, it's going to be an individual game and we'll all gotta to be looking out for ourselves. Playing this game from Day 1 with Tony, is hard to go against him but this game is doing what you can do to move yourself forward. So if that means that I gotta make a big move to take Tony out, is something that I'll definitely consider.
I think Woo is maybe getting in game mode. Walking back from the reward he just said "I'm on board." And I like that he took that time to think about it. It shows me he's just not knee-jerk in this game.
Woo was telling me "Oh yes, Spencer wanted to vote off Tash." It didn't make no sense at all. And I'm saying to myself "OK, so you're lying to me!" You know, in Woo's mind he might think of making a power move right now. I might have been wrong about Woo all along.
As of now I have two Idols. One regular Idol and one with special powers. Special powers that it has is that I can use it after the votes are read. I don't wanna play my special Idol tonight but if they call my bluff, that I'm not using the regular Idol, and they all put my name down, that special Idol has to come out or I go home.
Hypothetically if everybody hates him as much as I do, it actually can change my strategy. One thing I've learned in this game is it changes every hour. Now I'm starting to think "Is he our Russell who maybe makes it to the end and thinks he's God's gift?" and everybody is like "You're a total douche*bleep*!" I have to make a decision tonight based on can I beat Tony in the Final Tribal? And nobody ever gives the jerk the money so maybe I keep him. This is the position I love where I'm really the one making a decision. Either way, chaos will ensue.
Kass pulls me aside and she's like "Do we wanna take out Tony and Trish tonight or take out Tasha?" And I'm sitting here like "Whoa! This is insane!" This game it all comes down to that critical moment in the game and that is moments before Tribal Council. What are we going to do?
The tribe would be divided into two teams of three. Each team would use sand bags to knock down the other team's wall. Once one team decimates the other team's wall, both teams would switch positions, and one member will start rebuilding their wall. The first team to finish rebuilding wins reward. Reward: A trip to bring supplies to school kids, hamburgers, hotdogs Winners:
The castaways must race out to a series of stations with a certain number of objects (buoys, crabs, rocks, fish traps, masks, and bamboo) at each station. The count of the objects must then be used to unlock a combination lock. The first castaway to open their lock and break their tile wins. Winner: Spencer Bledsoe
Given the start that I had in the Luzon tribe, to make it this far in the game is just amazing. I'm proud to have been here. It's been a blessing, and I fought to the end. I got voted out because I was strong in challenges, and honestly, the castaways were probably smart to get rid of me when they did, 'cause I felt like I had another Immunity-run in me.