Survivor: Cagayan Episode 8

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 6:45 pm


Morgan was voted off the island in Survivor: Cagayan Episode 7 because she was dead weight. Yeah, let’s not worry about getting rid of a threat. Let’s go after the wannabe princess who can neither win anything nor strategize.

Tony is trying to create a reason to get rid of LJ. He does not have any actual reason, so his plan is to put words in his mouth and pretend he is going after Woo.

For the reward challenge, they will toss sandbags through a tunnel then bounce them into baskets. Reward is a trip to a spa. Jeremiah releases his bags almost immediately to take a lead, which he retains through the tunnel. Tony continues this success on the trampoline, winning reward for himself, Jeremiah, and Spencer before anybody else even makes one basket.

Before Tony can start talking about LJ, LJ does the talking. Unlike Tony, LJ is actually telling the truth about Tony’s paranoia. Despite it being apparent that doing so is stupid, LJ still says he trusts Tony. While LJ chats back at camp, Tony tells Spencer and Jeremiah that he does not want to get rid of them yet.

Tasha invites LJ to discuss strategy. He’s not willing to talk, but he is willing to listen… until he’s not. LJ is too afraid of Tony getting suspicious, so he refuses to even go take a walk to meet her elsewhere.

The immunity challenge is one of memory in which they will repeat colored patterns. Trish is the first one out. Woo is next. Both in the first round, which consists of four colors. This is pitiful. Jefra, Kass, Spencer, and Jeremiah make it through several colors in the next round before all being knocked out. Tony and LJ are out on the next color, and Tasha wins immunity.

LJ’s plan is to split the vote 3 votes for Jeremiah and 3 votes for Spencer.

Meanwhile, Tony’s target is still LJ. In his warped mind, he seems to have convinced himself that LJ really did suggest getting rid of Woo. Woo believes Tony’s story right away. Trish is not sure who to believe, but she does not want to break up the alliance just yet, nor does Kass.

Votes
LJ
LJ
LJ
Jeremiah
Jeremiah
Jeremiah
Spencer
LJ
LJ

With 5 votes, LJ has been voted off the island. The reality for Tony’s alliance is that he did not need them to support his delusion. The other tribe all voted with him.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Survivor: Cagayan Episode 9, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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The Amazing Race 24 Episode 7

Posted by Shane on Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 6:45 pm


Caroline & Jennifer finished last in The Amazing Race 24 Episode 6 but were saved by non-elimination.

Teams depart in the order in which they arrived.

First: Leo & Jamal - 2:41PM
Second: Jet & Cord - 2:42PM
Third: Jessica & John - 3:01PM
Fourth: Dave & Connor - 3:02PM
Fifth: Brendon & Rachel
Sixth: Flight Time & Big Easy - 3:09PM
Seventh: Caroline & Jennifer - 3:26PM

Teams will now fly to the eternal city (Rome, Italy.) If they pick the wrong city, they’re screwed. That doesn’t happen to anybody, despite Rachel’s original guess that it’s probably in Ethiopia, and all teams get on the same flight. However, a few of the teams (Dave & Connor, Flight Time & Big Easy, and Jet & Cord) are at the back of the plane, which gives the other teams a 10 minute head start.

Before the detour, Caroline & Jennifer must complete a speed bump, which requires them to pick up a typewriter and bring it to a building that looks like it. Speed bumps are generally not very long or difficult, but this is long enough to put them into last place.

The detour is a choice between gladiator or charioteer. In gladiator, teams must learn the sword skills to fight a gladiator. In charioteer, teams must complete five laps with their remote controlled chariots within the time limit.

Gladiator: Jessica & John, Leo & Jamal (switched from charioteer)
Charioteer: Brendon & Rachel, Dave & Connor, Flight Time & Big Easy, Jet & Cord, Caroline & Jennifer

The teams who choose the chariot detour find that their biggest obstacle is each other. Leo & Jamal take the hint and switch right away. Brendon & Rachel decide to stick it out, and eventually this decision pays off, while Leo & Jamal end up in last place.

This gives Jessica & John an easy run to the lead, which is short-lived when their cab driver tells them that their clue telling them where to go (in Italian) is wrong. They bail on him and go in search of a hotel instead, but by this point they are well behind the leaders. Jet & Cord, Leo & Jamal, and Flight Time & Big Easy have the same problem. Now it’s a question of who had the most trouble because this road block is not likely to be the deciding factor.

The road block requires them to count the Spanish Steps, add that number to the year the obelisk was erected (written on it in Roman numerals), and combine those into a total that they must then write in Roman numerals. There is a bit of trickiness to this task, but any number of onlookers is ready and willing to help, thereby removing most of the possible work they could have to do.

Road block (in order of arrival): Brendon, Dave, Jennifer, Jet, Flight Time, Jamal, John

Leo & Jamal blow right through this task because somebody gives them the answer. Not realizing the country girls were ahead of all of them, they give the answer to both of the remaining teams, receiving a promise they will not pass them or U-turn them. Phil uses this opportunity to pretend that the reason for the close finish is that the teams this season are so great.

The pit stop for this leg of the race is Piazza del Popolo.

First: Brendon & Rachel (win a trip to Australia)
Second: Caroline & Jennifer
Third: Dave & Connor
Fourth: Jet & Cord
Fifth: Leo & Jamal
Sixth: Flight Time & Big Easy
Eliminated: Jessica & John

Losing a footrace to the pit stop, Jessica & John have been eliminated.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of The Amazing Race 24 Episode 8, which airs Sunday at 8/7c on CBC.

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Survivor: Cagayan Episode 7

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 6:45 pm


In the second most interesting Tribal Council I saw last week (sorry, Kass, but Shane and Marion make for better TV than you do), Kass inexplicably flipped on her alliance in which she was toward the top of the totem pole, helping a bunch of strangers get rid of Sarah in Survivor: Cagayan Episode 6 instead.

The drama has not ended yet. Spencer is particularly bitter, but the reality is that he’s right that Kass has been playing like an idiot the whole game. Meanwhile, Morgan thinks Kass is just a bitter, ugly old lady.

For the reward challenge, they will go through a series of obstacles, untie and drag a chest, and bring it up a wall where they will solve a puzzle. Reward is a trip to a Survivor Outback Steakhouse. The purple team is up the wall first with a bit of a lead, but they lose it on the puzzle. Spencer, Jeremiah, Morgan, and Jefra win reward.

Nobody really trusts Kass, but they are willing to use her for a vote for now. Tony’s concerned that he cannot tell whether she is lying or not.

At the reward, a piece of paper falls out of Spencer’s napkin that he had been ignoring throughout the meal. Of course, this paper is a clue to the hidden immunity idol. He disappears right when they get back to camp, so Woo follows him because it’s just too obvious that something is up. They bump into each other, and Woo picks up Spencer’s pants. Out falls the clue, which Woo grabs and proceeds to run. Woo returns to camp and recruits some help, and Spencer does the same.

Eventually, everybody is looking for the idol. Despite the drama, Spencer is still the one to find it. He finds it right in front of Kass, but she does not notice. After reading the instructions, he realizes he just found a normal idol, not the one with special hidden powers.

For the immunity challenge, they will balance on their toes with a block wedged between their head and a board. Kass lasts a few seconds. Jeremiah and Trish follow. This is going pretty quickly for an endurance competition. Tony follows. The others have lasted 25 minutes now. Morgan drops. Woo is next. Jefra follows. Then LJ. That leaves Tasha and Spencer. They keep going and going. For an hour and a half. Though Tasha seems largely unphased as her opponent struggles, Spencer wins immunity.

Kass wants to get rid of Tasha, who is actually a threat. Tony would rather get rid of Morgan because she’s dead weight.

The only hope the other side has is that Kass will flip yet again. So they will not be doing a revenge vote but instead will target Tony. Of course, considering Spencer’s hidden idol, they could still get rid of anybody regardless of how the majority votes, as long as they can predict the target. I doubt anybody logical would think Morgan is the target, however, because voting Morgan out is just dumb. I guess that would be par for the course for this season. These people do the dumbest thing every time.

At Tribal Council, Morgan acknowledges that she doesn’t do anything. She never does anything in real life either.

Votes
Tony
Tony
Tony
Tony
Morgan
Morgan
Morgan
Morgan
Morgan
Morgan

With 6 votes, Morgan has been voted off the island. I don’t think anybody will miss her, but I don’t understand the concept of getting rid of a non-physical, non-strategic, non-liked player who is the perfect person to ride further in the game because she can’t get any votes, win anything, or think for herself.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Survivor: Cagayan Episode 8, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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Survivor: Cagayan Episode 6

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 6:45 pm


First Lindsey quit in Survivor: Cagayan Episode 5 because Trish is a lunatic, then Alexis proved to be out of her depth as the Beauty tribe imploded and almost made the Brains look smart by comparison.

When they return to camp, they discuss being the top six. Kass is overly honest in her opinion, telling Sarah that she is worried about her and Jeremiah. She will not trust her until she takes out a former tribemate. Well, then, how about she just gets rid of you instead?

They receive treemail telling them about the visiting each other on the same island. They’re counting their chickens already, but nobody used the word merge. Upon arrival, however, they do indeed read that word. They name their new tribe Solarrion, a combination of the two previous tribe names.

Tony realizes his tribe is outnumbered. His only hope is getting Sarah back onboard. Yeah, the one who is not part of his top five that he was shouting about last week. He no longer has any intention of taking her to the top, and I’m not sure he ever did.

Sarah’s under the impression she’s in the best possible position. Oh sure, for this week. In either situation, she’s on the bottom. Despite the fact that Sarah is in power for now, Kass insists on arguing with her about how to vote. Why does it matter so much? Do what she wants. As long as it’s not you. Later, Tasha steps in to be the mediator, but rather than just taking a deep breath, Kass still refuses to shut the hell up.

Their first individual immunity challenge is one of endurance. They will balance on platforms in the water. Everybody survives the first 15 minutes on the first set of footholds before climbing higher. Then another 15 minutes at the next set of footholds before moving to the top of the structure. This one seems like it will be a lot easier on the feet, though it is very narrow. Spencer, Kass, LJ, Sarah, Jefra, Tasha, Trish, and Jeremiah all fall on or shortly after the transition to the top. Morgan gets blown off next, and then there were two, likely among the top targets. Tony falls. Woo wins immunity. He was Sarah’s main target.

Despite Kass, Sarah wants to remain on that side because she considers them weaker. She wants Tony out, and she guarantees he does not have an idol (he does). Rather than just lie to him, she tells him she has to think about it and will decide at Tribal Council.

Trish approaches Kass, who tells her she would get rid of Sarah given the choice. That will make Sarah their vote.

Tony’s no longer keeping it secret. He does indeed have an idol, and he pulls one out at Tribal Council. This promptly leads to talk about how they’re voting for “the other one”.

After the vote, Tony passes his idol to LJ. LJ, in turn, wants to cover Tony, turning in a second hidden immunity idol.

Votes
Jefra
Sarah
Jefra
Sarah
Jefra
Sarah
Jefra
Sarah
Jefra
Sarah
Sarah

With 6 votes, Sarah has been voted off the island. Everybody knows Kass flipped. It’s not even a question. She just pissed off 4 people to please a bunch of people she does not know. It’s not even like she was on the bottom of her alliance or anything that made sense. She was in the dominant sub-alliance of her alliance, and despite their utter incompetence, the Brains actually had a chance at taking control of this game, though she had no prayer of beating Spencer. In the end, Kass was right. She went about it the wrong way, but the vote for Jefra was so completely unexpected by the other side that they just blew two idols with neither hitting its target.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Survivor: Cagayan Episode 7, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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The Amazing Race 24 Episode 6

Posted by Shane on Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 6:45 pm


After a problem at the airport put them half a day behind everybody else in The Amazing Race 24 Episode 5, Margie & Luke were eliminated.

Teams depart in the order in which they arrived.

First: Dave & Connor - 2:59AM
Second: Caroline & Jennifer - 3:27AM
Third: Jet & Cord - 3:35AM
Fourth: Leo & Jamal
Fifth: Jessica & John
Sixth: Flight Time & Big Easy
Seventh: Brendon & Rachel

The hours of operation at the Dutch Museum equalize all the teams. From there, teams will travel by train to Alawwa, Sri Lanka.

The road block requires teams to find four tuk tuks with the same colored marker, then fill them with gas.

Road block (in order of arrival): Rachel, Jamal, Dave, John, Big Easy, Jet, Caroline

Rachel misunderstands the task. She fills up green cars, rather than cars with green markers on their windshields. Even after being rejected, she insists on filling up more green cars. In order to take one of her cars that’s really his, John tells her what she’s supposed to be doing, or otherwise she could have been there for hours.

Everybody else is stuck in the mass chaos of hundreds of vehicles but only two fuel pumps. I could see where this task might be a bit trying, but there’s nothing here that should create a significant difference between the them.

Teams will now travel by train to Rumbukkana. Despite messing up at the road block, Brendon & Rachel manage to get to the train station in time to get on the same train as everybody else.

The detour is a choice between trunk or sheets. In trunk, teams must attach a chain to logs to haul them with the assistance of elephants. Sheets will have them making paper using elephant dung.

Trunk: Jet & Cord, Leo & Jamal, Dave & Connor, Jessica & John
Sheets: Flight Time & Big Easy, Caroline & Jennifer, Brendon & Rachel

There are only enough chains for four people, meaning the other three must do sheets whether they want to or not (only Brandon & Rachel actually chose to do this task originally). They got stuck with the harder task. The elephants are doing the bulk of the work on the other task, and they are trained exactly what to do, which additionally is impressive to watch. As expected, the first four teams to finish the detour are all doing the one with the elephants.

The pit stop for this leg of the race is Mount Lavinia Hotel Beach, Sri Lanka’s first hotel.

First: Leo & Jamal (win a trip to Berlin, Germany)
Second: Jet & Cord
Third: Jessica & John
Fourth: Dave & Connor
Fifth: Brendon & Rachel
Sixth: Flight Time & Big Easy
Non-eliminated: Caroline & Jennifer

There’s a believable bit of drama when the Globetrotters get lost and are passed by Brenchel, but having placed last at the detour, Caroline & Jennifer come in last place but are saved by non-elimination.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of The Amazing Race 24 Episode 7, which airs Sunday at 8/7c on CBC.

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Survivor: Cagayan Episode 5

Posted by Shane on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 12:23 am


Following a tribe shuffle in Survivor: Cagayan Episode 4, everybody started acting all stupid like the Brains tribe. In the end, Cliff became the victim of members of his own tribe turning on him.

When they return back to camp, Trish goes off on Lindsey, which leads to much drama and, eventually, a visit from Probst. Lindsey walks away from camp despite the fact that it’s cold and dark out and goes to sit on the beach by herself. When Jeff arrives, she tells him she is afraid that her conflict with Trish will cause her to do something she regrets, and she is quitting. Congrats on flipping on your own tribe, guys. Now you’re down two members. Regardless of the numbers, they don’t care. They are happy she is gone. I normally come down hard on quitters and, to be fair, this is a pretty weak reason to quit, but these people are just asking for it.

When they arrive at the reward challenge, Sarah, likewise, is thrilled to see who is gone. Alexis is also happy… happy that her tribe is completely unscathed while the Brawn tribe has been decimated. Spencer as well. His odds just got a lot better, and he didn’t have to lift a finger. Never before has a tribe been so thrilled about the other tribe’s vote, yet Trish and Tony take the reaction as a positive that they have done the right thing.

At the reward challenge, their task is to knock an idol out of the other person’s hands. Reward is a camp raid. Alexis and Kass sit out for Aparri. According to Probst, Spencer beats Woo. Watching the replay, it’s pretty clear Spencer lost his first, though Woo’s does hit the ground first. I’m not sure what the rules are here. Trish beats Tasha to tie it 1-1. Sarah beats Jefra to retake the lead. LJ beats Jeremiah to tie it again. In a mismatch, Tony beats Morgan to take the lead. Woo beats Spencer (arguably again), and Solana wins reward.

Tony and Woo are going to Aparri’s camp to retrieve their spoils. They know exactly what is on the other island. They have a choice of two of three item categories: comfort, tarps, or fishing gear. They choose the comfort items and fishing supplies. In addition, they receive a clue to the hidden immunity idol, which they use to try to frame Jeremiah, even though it’s for their beach rather than his. Of course, he’s seen this clue before over at the Beauty beach.

Then Tony tells his tribe, by the way, he’s a police officer. He wants them to know he’s trustworthy. Never mind all that lying he did to them for days.

Spencer’s not buying Jeremiah’s true story, and Alexis is deliberately making an effort to not buy it so she can sink him. If he were smart, he would have refused when Tony said he needed to take the clue back, or he would have returned it but only after showing the others. By doing neither, he has to hope the others take his word for it.

For the immunity challenge, they will build a staircase, race through a maze, maneuver a key through a rope obstacle, unlock a machete, release puzzle pieces, solve a puzzle revealing three numbers for a combination lock, then unlock that lock. Morgan and Tasha sit out for Aparri. I’m not sure which tribe is more competent any more. I don’t think either can be described using that word. Aparri finishes their stairs first. Both tribes are about even after the maze. Jeremiah beats Tony to release the machete first, building a good lead heading into the puzzle. Unsurprisingly, the tribe with the Brains struggles the most with the puzzle. These people just generally suck at challenges. Solana wins immunity.

Then Tony starts shouting about top 5. Awesome strategy to let Sarah know you have forgotten her. If Aparri did not want to come together before, they may wish to do so now.

Alexis continues to work the Brains to get rid of Jeremiah. Tony setting him up has not helped him. Their other option is to get rid of Alexis instead. Kass explains that the brain just needed a body, and now they have found their zombies and are good to go. Of course, the problem before was that the brain needed a brain, too, which does not seem to have changed.

Votes
Jeremiah
Alexis
Alexis
Alexis
Alexis

With 4 votes, Alexis has been voted off the island. If merge happens next week, that was perhaps the wrong move, but since the merge is an unknown, they did the right thing for once. On a positive note, the tribe was completely unified in their vote. Even Morgan does not trust Alexis, despite the fact that Jeremiah is the one who lied to her earlier in the game. For all the talk about Alexis and Jeremiah, an easy vote, Sarah, has been completely overlooked, despite being perhaps the biggest threat, no matter how much Tony’s idiocy may have jeopardized her chances of flipping. Alexis has nobody to blame but herself, though. Had the Beauties behaved as a cohesive unit, they would not have all been scrambling like they have as a result of immediately backstabbing each other.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Survivor: Cagayan Episode 6, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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The Amazing Race 24 Episode 5

Posted by Shane on Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 6:45 pm


Brendon & Rachel made some bad decisions in The Amazing Race 24 Episode 4 but were saved by non-elimination.

Teams depart in the order in which they arrived.

First: Jet & Cord - 2:26PM
Second: Dave & Connor - 3:13PM
Third: Leo & Jamal - 3:40PM
Fourth: Caroline & Jennifer - 4:10PM
Fifth: Jessica & John - 4:12PM
Sixth: Flight Time & Big Easy - 4:40PM
Seventh: Margie & Luke - 5:12PM
Eighth: Brendon & Rachel - 6:08PM

Teams must now fly 1500 miles to Colombo, Sri Lanka. There are two flights. The direct flight is the safer one, but there is also a connecting flight via Singapore.

By the time Brendon & Rachel arrive, they are so far behind that the flight everybody else is on is full. Margie & Luke are unable to find the travel agency, so they are in the same boat. Brendon & Rachel are told that both options are risky, but they opt for the connnection, which is only half an hour. Margie & Luke opt to get on standby on the direct flight. I’m not sure which move is smarter, but both run the risk of being half a day or more behind everybody else, though equalization would make it more like a couple hours.

Brendon & Rachel run through the airport and make it in time, which now puts them in first. Margie & Luke are not so lucky and must wait until the morning for the next flight, while everybody else arrives around midnight.

The location for the first task opens at 5:45AM, which is relatively early. Margie & Luke have made up about 6 hours, but that’s nowhere near enough. This is shaping up to be a very predictable leg.

From the temple, they take a train ride to Galle.

The detour is a choice between fishing pole or spin control. Fishing pole requires them to wade into the surf, climb on fishing stilts, and catch one fish each. Spin control requires teams to learn and perform a folk dance while spinning drum-like instruments.

Fishing pole: Jet & Cord, Dave & Connor
Spin control: Flight Time & Big Easy, Caroline & Jennifer, Leo & Jamal, Brendon & Rachel, Jessica & John (switched from fishing pole)

The dance is really simple. It’s the spinning that is the trick. Meanwhile, the fishing is just dumb luck. The luck based task has greater risk because there is no control. Jessica & John eventually decide to switch after everybody else finishes.

Brendon & Rachel have to complete a speed bump of putting the Sri Lankan flag on 15 T-shirts.

The road block requires teams to properly stitch together a shirt.

Road block (in order of arrival): Big Easy, Connor, Jennifer, Leo, Jet, Brendon, Jessica

Everybody is on even ground here. None of them have any experience with sewing. They don’t need to be perfect, though, just keep the shirts together. Not that any of this really matters because the outcome has been determined by the flights, but the placement at the mat is being determined by road block finish. Still,for the sake of creating the only drama possible, the trailing teams worry that their lead is slowly evaporating, but there are few tasks that could take long enough to make a difference.

The pit stop for this leg of the race is Colombo Rowing Club.

First: Dave & Connor (win $5,000 each)
Second: Caroline & Jennifer
Third: Jet & Cord
Fourth: Leo & Jamal
Fifth: Jessica & John
Sixth: Flight Time & Big Easy
Seventh: Brendon & Rachel
Eliminated: Margie & Luke

Unsurprisingly, Margie & Luke have been eliminated.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of The Amazing Race 24 Episode 6, which airs Sunday at 8/7c on CBC.

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Survivor: Cagayan Episode 4

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 6:45 pm


The dumbest tribe ever finally got rid of J’Tia in Survivor: Cagayan Episode 3.

When they get to the challenge, Jeff tells them to drop their buffs. I don’t support a tribe shuffle in a situation like this. The Brains tribe has been among the most inept, incompetent group of fools in the history of the show, and they deserve the decimation they have faced. Spencer’s the only one I could stomach doing well in this game.

Aparri (orange): Sarah, Spencer, Morgan, Kass, Tasha, Jeremiah, Alexis
Solana (purple): Woo, Cliff, Trish, Jefra, LJ, Lindsey, Tony

The entire Brains tribe sticks together. They are combined with part of the Beauty tribe plus Sarah, while LJ and Jefra are outnumbered by the Brawn tribe.

Reward is coffee and baked goods. Their challenge is to work in pairs to remove a single person from a post and drag them across the sand. Tasha hangs on while Sarah and Morgan drag Lindsey to score a point. The next matchup is just stupid. Two men have to drag Cliff, which is not happening, while Alexis gets dragged off by a man and another woman. This ties them at 1 point each. The next match is a similarly stupid match, and Sarah is dragged by a duo consisting of a man and a woman. Salana wins reward. Why even bother with the formality of a challenge when the outcome is so blatantly obvious?

Trish and LJ hit it off right away because they’re both from Massachusetts. The fact that she’s old enough to be his mother is not phasing her.

Alexis immediately approaches the Brains to join them in an alliance. Jeremiah quickly follows suit. Apparently, they hate their own winning tribe so much that they’re willing to join with a bunch of losers.

At the immunity challenge, each tribe will use one large log to smash through a pair of walls, followed by putting the log through a maze. The challenge requires 6 people each. Trish sits out for Solana; Morgan sits out for Aparri. Based on the reward challenge, it’s pretty obvious that Solana is going to take the early lead. When Aparri finally figure out to put Spencer and Jeremiah at the front, they actually manage to pull even on the second wall. Aparri finishes the maze seconds ahead to win immunity.

Not content with the fact that her tribe has a 5-2 lead and an easy vote here, Trish starts plotting to get rid of Cliff. She tries to get Tony as her fourth vote.

LJ’s clearly the other target. He could flip this right here and ensure somebody else goes home, splitting the sides right down the middle going forward, but he is not sure whether he wants to use his idol or not.

Votes
LJ
Cliff
LJ
Cliff
LJ
Cliff
Cliff

LJ got lucky because that was a dumb risk to take. With 4 votes, Cliff has been voted off the island. I don’t understand the sense of that vote, but the other tribe is not making any sense since the shuffle either.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Survivor: Cagayan Episode 5, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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