Previously on Survivor… The entire state of Rhode Island was picked to play Survivor. After we get a school yard pick em and two people get sent home we are left with a bunch of people we still don’t know the names of. When all is said and done Ulong has to go to Tribal Council where they voted Jolanda out. The fun part is I saw something I did not see last week. As they were leaving T.C. I noticed Angie had turned into my Uncle Lou and apparently had been to Council without pants on like it was Thanksgiving dinner at his house and he was ready for everyone to leave. ( I have no uncle Lou, but for the sake of the summary I do.)
Then it is on to this week’s episode as we find Korror discussing the move to the new beach.
Point: We needed a change Counter Point: We have no shelter
Point: it is a new adventure Counter Point: We lost our fire making abilities in the move
Point: The designated hitter brought new life into the game of Baseball Counter Point: It changed the purity of the game
They went on a few more tangents.
Caryn asks if there could be a worse Island, the answer is of course yes there is, because be glad you were not on the same Island as Mrs Bevans. Those of you who know who she is ,are agreeing with me right now. If you don’t know who she is I suggest you read this summary also by an amazingly handsome fellow.
When all is said and done it is Katie who is the voice of reason who says “Were here, Oh well get over it” Then Coby jumps in with “Were Queer, were here get used to it”
We are then over run by rats, three of them. They are scary enough to maske Janu Shake and not her normal Show girl oobies shimmy either.
Back over on tribe “So Long” James tells us that they aren’t going to Follow a Leader, but they will play Ring Around the Rosie. The first decision they try to come up with without a leader is what should we do.
1.) Organize our camp? 2.) Put together a strong strategy for winning the rest of the challenges? 3.) Collect food and water
Nope they chose option 4.) ummm wake up.
The respected steel worker from the state of Alabama takes the floor and addresses the convention. “We are Americans and we are going to do Democracy” They didn’t show it, but I am pretty much sure he said “dammit” right after that.
We then get TREE MAIL, we got Tree Mail, lots and lots of Tree mail. This letter starts out: Dear Dave, I would like a challenge where I can have sand bags thrown at me while I cross small bridges to get flags.
Coby gets all excited until he realizes there is a letter “L” in there
We get to the challenge and we see our first example of James’ Man Crush on Jeff Probst. After showing them what they could win, James Yells out. “I love you Jeff”. Awkward silence follows.