|Season||Survivor: Nevada Mountains|
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Reward Challenge: Stacker
Everyone gets ten narrow wooden tiles. They have to stack all ten of them and have them stay for five seconds. First person to achieve this wins.
Reward: 6 beers and an extra vote.
Immunity Challenge: Spell It For Me
Everyone has to run through an obstacle course, finding hidden letters. They then have to remember these six letters and make two words using the six letters. If they forget a letter, they have to run back through the course. First person to show the host both words wins.
Early in the morning, the contestants are being waked up by Rob yelling things as Helle.
Rob: I eat just as must as you! Don't blame me for sh*t like that!
Helle: Relax, Rob. I didn't say...
Rob: You did. You said, and I quote, "Rob, you can't eat more than that."
Helle: Right, because you were going to take more.
Rob: I am not listening to you. I'll go find me some fruit, then you can do whatever you want.
Helle: Rob, come on.
Rob: No, screw you.
|“||Isn't that just the way to wake up? Rob yelling. Man, that guy has to leave.||”|
Later, preparing for the challenge, Bobby went to check on the traps. Trenton followed.
Trenton: Hey, Bobby. Listen, we're not voting you guys out because we don't like you. We do, but that's the game.
Trenton: It's nothing personal, really. Cameron was strongest since you has immunity.
Bobby: What do you expect me to say? 'Yeah, okay, vote me out'?
Trenton: No, I just want you to realize that we like you guys. But it's a game.
|“||I have to win today's immunity challenge. Screw the reward challenge, I just need to win immunity. Otherwise, I'm the next to go. And I am not ready to go.||”|
|“||Sure, it might not seem fair, but it's a game. That's just how it is.||”|
As the tribe arrived, Jeff was standing by stacks of wooden tiles.
Jeff: Welcome. In this challenge you will stack these ten wooden tiles. It is extremely difficult and require a lot of attention and concentration. Stack them, keep them up for five seconds and you win. Does everyone understand?
Jeff: And here's what we're playing for; six beers. I'm sure some of you could use a beer. And other than that, the winner also gets an extra vote in the upcoming council.
|“||I take back what I said earlier. Three weeks without a beer, I could really use one. I'm so up for this.||”|
The game began, and everyone began stacking. As they got past five tiles, it got difficult. Gertha stacked nine, but they fell. Then Lysander came at nine, also fell. Bobby made it to nine as well, then ten, and he managed to keep it for five seconds giving him the victory.
Jeff: Congratulations, Bobby, come take your reward. Get back now, I'll see you all tomorrow.
As they got back, Bobby took Earl, Gene and Gertha aside into the woods, bringing his beers with him.
He gave one to each of them, saving two for later.
Earl: Are you sure we shouldn't share some with the others?
Bobby: I talked to Trenton and he straight out said he wanted us gone. One by one.
Gene: Well, cheers then.
Earl: What do you mean? You don't think you heard him wrong?
Bobby: I didn't.
Gene: Earl, it's the game. Drink your beer now.
|“||I may not get the game, but that's just not fair. They could at least give us a fighting chance.||”|
|“||Earl still doesn't get the game, but that's just him. I want to help him, but it's really difficult when he doesn't even try to play the game.||”|
Before the challenge the next day, Earl decided to pull Trenton aside to hear what he meant. Marcus and Al came with them.
Earl: I talked to Bobby, and he said that you guys wanted us, Table, gone one by one.
Earl: Well, is that true?
Trenton: It is, but it's not because we dislike you guys. It's just the game.
Earl: That's not a good way to play it though.
Al: Or you just don't get the game.
Earl: I do not, but that's not a fair way to play any game.
Trenton: Sorry, but that's how it is.
Earl: We'll see what happens...
The tribes arrived to the challenge. Jeff was standing by a long obstacle course.
Jeff: Welcome. In this challenge, you will race through this obstacle course while finding letters. Remember these six letters and assemble two words from them. The first person to show me both words wins immunity. Find them last, you go to council tomorrow with one vote on you from the start. Does everyone understand?
Jeff: Congratulations, Earl, come take the idol. Helle, you will have one vote at you in the beginning of the council. I'll see you all tomorrow.
As the contestants got back, the former Tables got aside right away.
Bobby: All right, I have one vote extra so the obvius thing would be Helle.
Gertha: I talked to Helle though, and she might be with us if we vote Marcus.
Gertha: Yeah. That's our best shot.
Bobby: Okay, then that's what we do. Vote for Marcus. Does everyone agree?
Earl: I don't think I get this. If we vote for Helle wont we already have them outnumbered?
Gene: Helle is weak, Marcus is strong. It's best for us. Just vote Marcus.
Earl: Hm, okay.
At the council, the first thing they were told to do, was to light a torch and set it behind them. They did that, and then Jeff began talking.
Jeff: Welcome to council. Lysander, who of you guys are at risk?
Lysander: I think we all are.
Bobby: I strongly disagree with that.
Jeff: How so?
Bobby: It's Table versus Shoshone, still. We are four Table, we have no chance.
Jeff: Nellie, is that a fair way to play?
Nellie: Maybe not. I just want to proceed in the game, and I will do anything to do so.
Jeff: Okay, then. Before we begin the council, Rob, do you want to use an idol?
Rob: I do.
Jeff: Fair enough. One by one, you go up and write the name on the person you want out of Survivor. You have to vote, you can't vote for yourself. You can't vote for Earl or Rob. In case of tie, it will be settled by duel. Bobby, you're up.
One by one, they all went up and wrote the names on the people they wanted out. After everyone had voted, Jeff got the urn and began revealing the notes.
He kept turning the votes until there was 5 votes on Marcus, 5 on Bobby and 1 on Helle.
Jeff: That means there is two votes left. Is one or more of these votes on either Marcus or Bobby, that person is out. Are they on someone else, the two of you will go into duel. The next vote is on... Bobby. If the last vote isn't on you, Bobby, you are out of Survivor. Eight person voted out of Survivor, Bobby. Get your torch, Bobby, get up here.Bobby got up and got his torch. Jeff put it out with the words 'the tribe has spoken'.
| Tribal Council 8:|
Bobby (7 votes)
Al, Helle, Lysander, Marcus, Nellie, Trenton & Rob
Marcus (5 votes)
Bobby, Bobby, Earl, Gene & Gertha
Helle (1 vote)
| VOTED OFF:|
|“||I wouldn't vote for Marcus. I'm sorry.||”|
|“||Sorry, Bobby, but you are too strong.||”|
|“||You're tough, dude.||”|
|“||I'm very sorry.||”|
|“||It might not be fair... yeah... sorry, man.||”|
|“||What am I even supposed to say here? 'Sorry I am voting you out and destroying your dreams of a million dollars'?||”|
|“||I can't leave this game. I just can't.||”|
|“||You're a great guy.||”|
|“||Sorry, you're such a nice guy, but it's the game. Sorry.||”|
|“||Can't say I didn't see it coming. Eh... good luck, Earl, Gertha, Gene. Play this game fair while you still can.||”|
Still In the Running
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Next Time on Survivor...
A tough decision has to be made.
|“||Only five people get letters?||”|
And Rob is out of idols.
|“||Sure, I feel vulnerable.||”|