Mar 12, 2015
It is a classic pattern. A castaway gets booted out of a tribe
and that tribe's failure at the next challenge appears like it
hinged on that choice. Imagine how the No Collar's would have
faired if they had kept Vince instead of Nina. The other classic
pattern we were treated to this episode is for the dominant tribe
to start to self destruct, and the Blue Collars are working hard on
that one too. How is it that all the guys are experts at annoying
their tribemates? Mike keeps digging his hole, Dan finds new ways
to insert his foot in his mouth, and Rodney appears ready to rage
at his tribemates in every confrontation. Meanwhile, over at the
White Collars, Shirin and Joaquin are making the next choice to be
booted from that tribe super easy too. This episode took us through
day 8 and it is clear that the elements are really starting to have
an impact on this group.
Who would you have chosen: Nina or Will? What's the key to keeping harmony in the dominant tribe? Do you think the Blue Collars will throw a challenge just to get rid of Mike? Is a tribe swap imminent or would your rather see them preserve the tribes until the merge? Who do you think is in control of each tribe? Who do you think will be the next to go?
Here are the tribes after episode 3.
Escameca/Blue Collar:Dan, Kelly, Lindsey, Mike, Rodney, Sierra
Nagarote/No Collar:Hali, Jenn, Joe, Will
Masaya/White Collar:Carolyn, Joaquin, Max, Shirin, Tyler
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