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“Survivor” Recap: Who Was Voted Out Sixth On “Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers”?

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Survivor Recap November 1 2017

By Shari Weiss |

Survivor Recap November 1 2017

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On Wednesday’s new episode of “Survivor: Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers,” Cole fainted from hunger and Ali blasted Ryan for blindsiding her. Get the full recap and find out who was voted off below.

As Gossip Cop reported, Roark was eliminated on last week’s “Survivor” after Ryan favored his alliance with Chrissy over the one he had with Ali. He, Chrissy and JP all voted against Roark while Ali voted against Chrissy, thinking Roark and Ryan were joining her. But he swung the other way. Now the new episode, titled “This Is Why You Play Survivor,” started with the aftermath of Soko’s Tribal council on Night 14, with Ali questioning Ryan’s betrayal. Yelling ensued back at camp and Ali even cried in a confessional. “It’s a wake-up call,” she said, while he told the camera, “She may have to go [next].”

On Day 15, Ben complained about Cole’s selfish eating habits in a confessional, saying it showed his “true colors.” As he and the Yawa tribe tried to ration, Cole was agitated and wanted to “eat big.” He insisted to the camera, “I’m not getting enough food at all… I need a bigger serving.” Ben, Lauren and Mike teamed up in bad-mouthing him as Cole kept his romance with Jessica alive. The reward challenge followed, with the teams required to race through an obstacle course, obtain a boat and knock down two targets. Up for grabs was pizza and soft drinks.

Yawa benched Mike to make the tribes even with four players each. Soko had the lead at first before Yawa made it dead even, with Levu trailing in last until all three struggled with the sling shot targets as the ocean swells made their launch platforms unsteady. JP won it for Soko, while Ben got Yawa second place. Levu went home empty-handed. Ten pizzas were a morale-booster for Soko, and JP felt it validated how much he was needed for his strength. Ryan thought that and his lack of social game made him a “physical threat” worth taking out.

Levu remained divided with Ashley/Devon and Joe/Desi, but both sides wanted one person to flip. Ashley played up Joe’s untrustworthiness to Desi, and she seemed willing to join and get the “most strategic player” out. Though Devon was watching him closely, Joe found a clue to an immunity idol and later obtained it in the dark of night. “This is why you play ‘Survivor,'” he told the camera, already vowing to find a third after the merge.

On Day 16, Cole’s hand shook and after he stood up, he fainted to the ground. Doctor Mike sprung into action and Jessica promptly gave him more food. To the former, this showed Cole was a “liability,” while to the latter, it solidified her feelings. Ben agreed with the liability viewpoint. “If we do lose in an immunity challenge, Jess’ boyfriend is gone,” he secretly declared.

At the immunity challenge, the castaways had to pull ropes to suspend a disc in air. On top of it, they had to stack blocks spelling “immunity.” This time, Lauren sat out for Yawa. As Soko struggled, Levu nearly won before dropping the blocks, and then Yawa did as well. Yawa and Levu made comebacks, however, scoring immunity. And so, Soko and its players would be up for elimination again.

JP told the camera that the loss wasn’t such a big deal because Ali would be going home. He didn’t know, though, that Ryan wanted him out. The problem: Ryan had to make up with Ali to form a majority with Chrissy. He apologized, promising that he really had her back now. Though Ali wasn’t sure she could trust him, she agreed that JP was the big threat going forward. Ali made an appeal to Chrissy, but given Ali’s vote against her before, she was unsure of her loyalty claims. But Ryan and Chrissy reaffirmed their own bond.

At Tribal Council, Ali said her issues with Ryan were “swept under the rug” and they were all looking ahead to the merge. For the first time, JP recognized that as the strong one, he could be a target, but he also didn’t promote himself as someone to keep. Ultimately, though, Ali was blindsided again. This time she was the one voted out, thanks to Ryan and Chrissy voting with JP. Next week: The merge finally happens!

 


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