Apr 21, 2006
Wow, that reward challenge carried quite a sting for one
survivor. Can you imagine how you would feel if the folks you had
been living with for the last 30 days declared that: you talk too
much, you're a poseur, you're spineless, and the most annoying
person out here?
According to her tribemates, those statements all describe Courtney Marit.
It will be interesting to see if it has any affect on how she plays the game going forward. Strangely enough, those four qualities may result in netting her $100k. Not bad for the least liked person in the game.
Here's the Gitanos tribe as it stands after episode 10: Aras,
Cirie, Courtney, Danielle, Shane, and Terry
Here's the jury: Austin, Sally, ?Bruce?
Names in italics indicate a member of the pre-merge La Mina tribe
Well, right now there still appears to be one too many episodes before the finale on Sunday, May 14th. Jo Ann tried contacting CBS and our local cable provider, but we didn't get anything in the way of a useful response.
If Terry wins immunity, Jo Ann says Danielle will be next to go. Stacy thinks it will be Aras. If Terry does win immunity, we both agree that it will be Danielle.
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The intro music this week is dedicated to poor Bruce (sorry,
can't resist the double entendre there) as well as several of his
Casaya tribemates. The "pecking order" challenges are usually
pretty good at disrupting tribe unity. This one certainly made an
impact. The outro music is dedicated to Courtney and all the
baggage she appears to be carrying out there on the island. Here's
a link to the artists in case you want to learn more about
Impact by GS
The Way It Is by Mieka Pauley