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18th Oct '17 8:28:06 PM Maddoxsort
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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''[[LoopholeAbuse punish]]'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away (thus sabotaging the Levu tribe and actually influencing the following elimination from ''outside'' the actual group), and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes, Joe is no longer in possession of an idol, and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!

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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''[[LoopholeAbuse punish]]'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away (thus sabotaging the Levu tribe and actually influencing the following elimination from ''outside'' the actual group), group gathered at tribal council), and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes, Joe is no longer in possession of an idol, and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!
18th Oct '17 8:26:46 PM Maddoxsort
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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''[[LoopholeAbuse punish]]'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away (thus sabotaging the Levu tribe), and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes, Joe is no longer in possession of an idol, and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!

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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''[[LoopholeAbuse punish]]'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away (thus sabotaging the Levu tribe), tribe and actually influencing the following elimination from ''outside'' the actual group), and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes, Joe is no longer in possession of an idol, and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!
18th Oct '17 8:25:21 PM Maddoxsort
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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''punish'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away, and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes, Joe no longer is in possession of an idol, and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!

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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''punish'' ''[[LoopholeAbuse punish]]'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away, away (thus sabotaging the Levu tribe), and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes, Joe is no longer is in possession of an idol, and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!now!
** Ryan gets one moment of his own. His own ally and NumberTwo, Devon, is shipped off to a new tribe, but through luck, he gets Chrissy in place of him. Ryan immediately takes the first opportunity he has to befriend her and reveal how he gave the Super Immunity Idol (which went unused) to her so that she becomes his replacement ally. Now Ryan has two allies floating around and if he and they make it to the merge, he will have a lot of staying power in the game.
18th Oct '17 8:22:16 PM Maddoxsort
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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''punish'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away, and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!

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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''punish'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away, and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes tribes, Joe no longer is in possession of an idol, and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!
18th Oct '17 8:21:32 PM Maddoxsort
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* Episode four actually manages to ''top'' episode three's ShockingElimination when a blindside is enacted through the convenient timing of a tribe swap, Jessica deciding to ''punish'' someone with an advantage that can be used for or against someone if she gives it away, and Joe and Desi managing to execute a perfect blindside through ''sheer body language alone.'' With Devon incapable of being a swing vote as the only Hustler around due to the advantage used to block him from voting at Tribal Council, the two Healers (Joe and Desi) are pitted against the two Heroes (Alan and Ashley) on the new Levu tribe. A subtle smirk from Desi tells Joe to pull out his Hidden Immunity Idol and use it for himself, canceling the Heroes' votes against him and leaving the only votes in play the Healers' votes against Alan, immediately sealing his fate in the game. Joe even has the nerve to taunt him as Alan exits the game with a mocking, "Hollaback!" Because Survivor class is in session, and he just got ''schooled.'' So what this means is A: Joe is now the ''de facto'' [[BigBad villain]] of the season and has made a move that would make his likeness Russell Hantz green with envy, B: Jessica, who is not even part of the new Levu tribe, but the new Yawa tribe, has actually had a hand in a blindside without even knowing it and can't be exposed for doing so until the merge because she willed it to Devon anonymously, C: Jessica actually went and read the fine print and managed to use an advantage in an unexpected and absolutely diabolical way, D: Joe is now tight with Desi and regained her trust after causing nothing but trouble for her up until here, E: Alan was taken out of the game by a Hidden Immunity Idol just like he feared, only it turned out to be from a ''separate'' camp, and he DidNotSeeThatComing due to being so involved with the first Heroes tribe it gave him tunnel vision and left him totally unprepared for the inevitable shuffle, and F: Cole can no longer use the idol Joe has against him because they were split into separate tribes and Joe has gained a dominant position of power with this killer pragmatic move. Opportunity knocked and Joe took it. Things are really heating up now!
12th Oct '17 10:36:51 AM rzrettig96
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12th Oct '17 8:24:09 AM TheGingerArtist
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* While the season did start off slow with the first two predictable boots, come episode three, and the viewers get a shocking and satisfying blindside. The Hustlers lose the challenge, and the vote is coming down between Lauren and Patrick. On paper, it should have been Lauren, as Patrick is physically stronger, has an ally in Ali (who he knows in real life), and the four younger people seem to be in an alliance... but then comes tribal council, and Lauren proceeds to verbally ''bash'' Patrick by pointing out how much of a liability he is in physical competitions and strategic game-play, refusing to go down without a fight. And you're led to believe that Lauren is still going to be sent home regardless when you see her name come up in the voting, with Patrick smiling smugly... until you see Patrick's name come up a second time, which wipes the smile right off his face. He's then voted out. While Jeff had stated the season started off slow, this was a moment that was anything but slow, and is probably the most shocking pre-merge boots since Michaela's in season thirty-three.
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9th Sep '17 12:30:46 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Rafe Judkins, a longtime fan of Survivor since his youth (sort of like a successor to Rob Cesternino and a proto-Todd Herzog), very nearly won this season by controlling the majority alliance during the merge via a figurehead (Stephanie) who he planned to take all the blame for the various betrayals that he actually cast. His only flaw was perhaps being a little ''too'' GenreSavvy (bordering on WrongGenreSavvy) and assuming that [[CoolOldLady Lydia]] would somehow squeak by like many other "weak" female players who won the final Immunity Challenge in seasons past (such as Kim Johnson, Neleh, and Jenna Morasca). So he voted Lydia out, sparing the much more athletic Danni (who, by all accounts, was almost dead on her feet), who would go win the final challenge, vote out Rafe, beat Stephanie at the Final Tribal Council, and win the game.

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* Rafe Judkins, a longtime fan of Survivor since his youth (sort of like a successor to Rob Cesternino and a proto-Todd Herzog), very nearly won this season by controlling the majority alliance during the merge via a figurehead (Stephanie) who he planned to take all the blame for the various betrayals that he actually cast. His only flaw was perhaps being a little ''too'' GenreSavvy savvy (bordering on WrongGenreSavvy) and assuming that [[CoolOldLady Lydia]] would somehow squeak by like many other "weak" female players who won the final Immunity Challenge in seasons past (such as Kim Johnson, Neleh, and Jenna Morasca). So he voted Lydia out, sparing the much more athletic Danni (who, by all accounts, was almost dead on her feet), who would go win the final challenge, vote out Rafe, beat Stephanie at the Final Tribal Council, and win the game.
28th Jul '17 3:49:10 AM Maddoxsort
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* Sarah manages to outwit ''Cirie'' by giving her Vote-Steal Advantage to her, and when she tries to play it, Sarah snipes it back since the advantage is non-transferable.

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* Sarah manages to outwit ''Cirie'' by giving her Vote-Steal Advantage to her, and when she tries to play it, Sarah snipes it back since the advantage is non-transferable. And Sarah calculated just the right time to give it to her- just before Tribal Council, when she would be unable to read the fine print.
25th May '17 1:16:23 PM Maddoxsort
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* At the live reunion, Jeff reveals that the true reason there is a final three is if the jury ever comes down to a split decision upon deciding who should be the winner, the odd man out will ''join'' the jury and cast the deciding vote. Jeff also puts forward a "what if" scenario where Brad had not bullied Tai that day, the jury would have tied its votes and Troyzan would have been the odd man out and decided it in favor of Brad.

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* At the live reunion, Jeff reveals that the true reason there is a final three is if the jury ever comes down to a split decision upon deciding who should be the winner, the odd man out will ''join'' the jury and cast the deciding vote. Jeff also puts forward a "what if" scenario where if Brad had not bullied Tai that day, like he did and the final three remained relatively unchanged, the jury would have tied its votes and Troyzan would have been the odd man out and decided it in favor of Brad.
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