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Although only one of their exits appeared to be medically recommended, Jonathan Penner and Chet Welch were both unable to overcome injuries.
When push came to shove, new Survivor: Vanuatu powerbroker Chris Daugherty decided his friendship with Julie Berry wasn't worth sacrificing the chance to enter the competition's Final 4 with Twila Tanner, the 41-year-old highway repair worker from Marshall, Missouri that he perceived to be less of a physical threat. And as a result, Julie, the 23-year-old youth mentor from Gorham, Maine, was voted out of the game during last evening's Survivor broadcast.
Survivor: Vanuatu's rebellion is complete and the queen is dead. Falling victim to the upstart regime formed by Chris Daugherty, Eliza Orlins, Twila Tanner, and Scout Cloud Lee, Ami Cusack, the 31-year-old barista from Lakewood, Colorado that had reigned over the competition's previous all-women alliance, was voted out of the game during last evening's Survivor broadcast.
Overconfidence and arrogance have led to the downfall of many a Survivor contestant during the program's nine seasons, and Thursday's Thanksgiving evening Survivor: Vanuatu broadcast was no different. With smug would-be queen Ami Cusack safe from elimination, Survivor's oppressed and persecuted commoners rose up and instead voted out Leann Slaby, Ami's right-hand henchwoman, seemingly destroying Ami's power base and throwing the competition wide open.
The pagonging continues. Sticking together for another week despite Scout Lee Cloud's attempt at some endgame planning, the six women of Survivor: Vanuatu's Alinta tribe continued the systematic ousting of their male colleagues, booting Chad Crittenden, the 35-year-old teacher from Oakland, California, during last evening's Survivor broadcast.
The pagonging is on. Despite increasing signs of cracks in their alliance, Survivor: Vanuatu's six women alliance held strong for another week. As a result, Lea "Sarge" Masters, the 40-year-old drill sergeant from Columbia, South Carolina that the women perceived to be their biggest remaining threat was voted out of the competition during last evening's Survivor broadcast.
Showing that despite appearances, old alliances die hard, the former women of Survivor: Vanuatu's Yasur tribe realigned immediately upon the competition's tribal merger, and as a result Rory Freeman, the 35-year-old housing case manager from Des Moines, IA, was voted out of the game during last evening's Survivor broadcast.
Failing to endear himself to the remaining Lopevi members of the once dominant "Flab Five" male alliance who decided they were better off trusting two former Yasur rivals, John Kenney, the 22-year-old mechanical bull operator from Los Angeles, CA, was voted out of the game during last night's Survivor: Vanuatu broadcast.
Illustrating that once you develop a distrustful reputation, the perception can come back to haunt you -- even when among those who benefited from your previous betrayal -- Lisa Keiffer, the 44-year-old real estate agent from New Orleans, LA, was voted out of her Yasur tribe by her distrustful Yasur tribemates during last night's Survivor: Vanuatu broadcast.
Stupid is as stupid does on Survivor.
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