Tribal got kinda heated tonight. Everyone thinks I'm a big flirt but that is a sick joke. If I wanted to flirt with any of these girls here, I would. But I would never do that. Still, seeing all these other Loved Ones together, is tough. It really is tough. And it really didn't hit me until tonight, but I've got literally no one to come and talk to after Tribal and it just sucks. So, I don't have much to hold unto but I'm still holdin' on.
I've been wanting to get Jon out ever since he voted out Jeremy. So picking Jaclyn and Jon for the Reward just showed that I'm such a loyal person and they would trust me even more. So then when I take my revenge, he would never see it coming.
We got back from the Reward and the bed was set up. Part of you is so happy, like "Oh my Gosh! Like something comfortable to lay on. What?!" But then you look over at the other people and you realize "Oh, we're going to be enjoying that while they're staring at us!"
Missy, Baylor, and Keith kinda just left and walked off and I was like "What is going on?!" But Jon has had a really strong bond with Missy from the beginning. So I mean, hopefully, we can keep going with that and nothing crazy will happen.
As we're approaching the end of this game, there's always chances for weird things to happen. But I've grown to trust Missy a lot and the more I get to know Natalie, the more reassured I am of the strength of our alliance.
Reward at this point in the game is way more than just getting to sleep in a bed and enjoying pasta and you know, chicken parm. Everybody is so comfortable now, they probably want to get rid of Keith because Keith's story and his connection with the jury is scary. But I want to blindside Jon. I'm getting back at Jon for Jeremy. I kinda don't trust Jon in the long run. All I want is to move forward with a new plan without Jon in it.
Call me a wine snob but I like wine because it's a memory of my dad teaching me how to drink wine properly. There's so many layers of complexity to wine that the further you get into it the more you realize "Oh my Gosh, like I haven't even touched the surface of it." And it's such a conversation piece.
Jon is always bringing up any excuse to talk about wine and how he wants to, I don't know, be some kind of wine specialist in the future and move to Vegas and, I don't know what it is. But he is always trying to pretend like he knows everything and the arrogance or the entitlement Jon has. Honestly, every time he talks about wine, I just want to be like "Shut up!" It was torture, basically. (smirks)
Jon should not trust me but I'm happy that he does. The fact that he told me that he found an Idol on Exile is amazing 'cause I've become like the best friend now for him. (crosses fingers) So, getting Jon out now is really important. I just have to figure out how to do all this and if I could pull it off that would be amazing.
Jon is very confident. He thinks that it's going to be a really easy cakewalk to the Final 3 'cause he's got Missy around his finger. He thinks that Baylor is not going to do anything to mess up her mom's plans. He's got his girlfriend wrapped around his finger and he thinks that I'm just going to do whatever he wants. The thing is, eventhough he's obnoxious, Jon's played a really good game. So, the more and more I'm thinking of the jury, I'm like "Why risk even going to Final 3 with somebody like Jon?" 'Cause if he wins, I will literally kill myself.
Jon just reminds me too much of past men in my mom's life where she gets blindsided (air quoting), heartbroken and hurt. And I don't want him to screw her over. So, you know, it doesn't make me feel bad voting him out.
I'm behind the Eight Ball right now and it pisses me off that Jon's just coasting. But I don't have no stroke out here. I'm not the captain out here. That fivesome they got is tight. And I'm still on the outside looking in. Hell, I keep thinking somebody's going to bolt here 'fore long and hopefully they'll bolt my way.
I'm worried that Keith is trying to sway Missy, Baylor, and Natalie to probably vote out Jon. It just makes me so nervous that Jon thinks he's got it in the bag and that's how we are in real life too. Like, he gets super amped up for stuff and really positive and like "Oh, I got it!" and then it doesn't happen and he's super disappointed. And I'm worried that if he's not careful, that could happen to him again.
I literally thought we could get out Jon tonight and he won Immunity so we have to come up with a Plan B and fast because we have no Plan B right now. I'm just feeling kinda just like "Oh my God! Now what do I do?"
Winning this Immunity Challenge was absolutely incredible. Especially when going into it, I did have a few worries about my alliance. I'm pretty sure that I was just being a little paranoid. But it's a great feeling going into Tribal, having the necklace. Don't have to worry about anything going on tonight. Just focus on what we need to do. Tribal tonight, the plan is to get Keith out. He's an incredible threat on all Immunity Challenges. He's been right in the fight in every single one. He's won two of 'em so, he needs to go.
Definitely seems like a toss up between Keith and myself but I'm not going to give up. I mean, my back's against the wall and I just gotta start swinging. So whatever I have to do, whoever I have to lie to, flirt with, whatever, I'm willing to do it at this point.
Alec and I... I don't know. We do have such and up and down relationship, brother-sister, kinda boyfriend-girlfriend-weird kinda thing. Still, part of me is glad that he's not going home tonight because I saw a different side of him that I haven't seen in this game and I like it. I liked it a lot.
I've been feeling completely helpless to do anything at this point. But I just realized, "Oh my God!" I could totally flip the entire game. Right now, the plan is split votes me, Jon, and Jaclyn are voting for Keith. But if I flip, and Keith and I both vote Alec, Alec would go home instead. That way Keith still here, he'll be loyal to me and I could use him to blindside Jon. If I do this and betray Jon, would be my biggest move yet. The only scary thing for me then is dealing with everything when I come back to camp because Jon is going to be really pissed.
The thing is, I don't know if it's even worth it me getting in trouble with my alliance. So I'm gonna have to make a decision, I guess, tonight. Ultimately, is just deciding if I have the balls or not.
Challenge:Ballin' A Jack
The castaways will each stand on a small block while stabilizing a ball against an overhanging piece of wood. If at any point they lose their concentration or their balance, the ball will drop and they are then out of the challenge. The last person left standing wins reward. Reward: King sized bed delivered to camp complete with an Italian meal and dessert. Winner:Natalie Anderson (shared withJaclyn SchultzandJon Misch) (exiledAlec Christy)
Challenge:A Bit Tipsy
The players will each pull on a rope, which balances their wobbly table. While trying to keep their table balanced, they will race out to collect a series of wooden blocks. They will bring the blocks back one at a time and place them upright on the table. If their table wobbles and the blocks fall, then they will have to reset them before heading back out. The first person to place all ten of their blocks wins Immunity. Winner:Jon Misch
I would definitely say that my ambition exceeded my talent in this game. I clearly wasn't good in any of the challenges and the odds were against me for a long time in the game and I just kept fighting and I'm not going further but I gave it my all. I didn't win but at least I beat Drew so that counts as a win for me.
With Alec Christy's elimination, all males from the original Coyopa tribe have been voted out. Also, with his elimination, Natalie Anderson is the only post-Tribe SwitchHunahpu castaway left in the game. This also marks the sixth consecutive elimination of a castaway from post-switch Hunahpu.