Big Brother Season 20 Episode 1

16 new houseguests move into the house to face a whole new set of unnecessary and excessive twists.

Sam is a welder living in a camper in her mom’s yard. Tyler spends his life on the beach, acknowleding that his brain is his biggest weakness. Bayleigh is a pageant girl who is now a flight attendant. Steve is retired NYPD and criminal justice teacher, who will go back undercover and pretend to be a mechanic. Kaitlyn is a life coach and meditation instructor. Winston is a big believer in the second amendment who is looking for love. Angela is a model and an overly competitive former gymnast. JC tries to compensate for his height by being loud, but despite his size holds powerlifting records.

Rachel is a Vegas performer. Chris is a former college basketball player with a stupid nickname (Swaggy C). Angie dresses colorful to the point of excess and also has a stupid nickname (Rockstar). Brett is a bro who does bro stuff, but he’s actually a cybersecurity engineer. Kaycee plays women’s professional football, which is apparently a thing. Scottie calls himself a dweeb, and he’s a huge gamer. Haleigh is a country girl student who grew up on a farm. Faysal is a former college football player.

Technology is the theme of this season.

The first competition will allow the winner to keep eight people safe for this week. You don’t want to win this, even more than usual.

For the first eight, their task is to search in the dark and find a special folder in the trash. Tyler finds a folder, not the winning folder, but he opts to return to the house and call it a day. Bayleigh also finds a losing folder. Brett does as well. Then Rachel. Angela gets dumb lucky and stumbles across the winning folder. JC finds a folder. Wiston finds the final folder. Kaycee gets the game changing punishment.

The others also have a searching task, in which they will find letters to spell and stack the word houseguest. Swaggy C (I guess we’re actually going to keep referring to him as that) wins. Scottie places second. Steve is third. Faysal almost wins but knocks over his stack, coming back to take fourth. Kaitlyn is fifth. Rockstar is sixth. Haleigh pulls together three blocks at once to place seventh. After knocking over her blocks earlier, Sam was not able to catch up and will receive the punishment.

Bayleigh gives Swaggy the advice to calm down and not be so cocky. He thanks her but has no intention of doing such a thing.

Angela proposes something she got from her group: keep your own group of eight safe if you win. Swaggy is fine with that. That’s as harmless a proposal as any. Random fate, nobody should be mad. Their competition is to be the last person standing on their surfboard. Angela is the first to fall, and Swaggy wins.

Despite their earlier arrangement, Swaggy tells Angela she’s safe anyway, but Julie has a stupid wrench to throw into the works. He is not saving indivdiuals. He is saving two of the four move in groups (they entered the house in groups of four).

He’s obviously going to save himself, which means that Rachel, Brett, and Rockstar are also safe. He also wants to save his “best friend in the house” (they have been in there for a few hours) Bayleigh, which would also save Tyler, Sam, and Winston. His other option is to save Angela as promised, which would also keep Steve, JC, and Kaitlyn safe.

Seemingly Swaggy had two options. So he goes with the third. Scottie, Kaycee, Faysal, and Haleigh are safe. Seems random, and I don’t get what it does for him. His rationale is that is the other group of four who entered the house with him.

Kaycee’s punishment is the pinwheel of doom, which will require her to wear a unitard and stay in one room when her pinwheel starts spinning. Sam is a robot who will switch back and forth between being in the game as herself and a robot. Both punishments will last until the first live eviction. Neither is a game changer.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another recap of Big Brother 20 Episode 2, which airs Thursday at 9/8c on CBS.

Survivor: Ghost Island Winner

The talk of getting rid of a big threat again quickly fizzled in Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 13 with the elimination of Kellyn. That brought us down to a final six of Domenick, Wendell, Donathan, Laurel, Sebastian, and Angela. Meh.

Despite Donathan’s ridiculous attempt to blow up his own game, he’s still not the target by the people he poorly tried to get rid of last time.

For the immunity challenge, they will race through a maze collecting puzzle pieces and solve the puzzle. Reward is steak dinner. Sebastian, Wendell, Angela, and Laurell are in the lead from the beginning. Domenick is about one bag behind. Donathan is quickly out of it. Wendell wins immunity. He chooses Sebastian to join him on reward, repaying the favor. Then he also picks Angela, who has not had rewards. Reasonable logic, but it doesn’t prevent Laurel from being angry and whining about it.

Laurel is complaining so much about something that really doesn’t matter that Domenick is getting worried.

There are so many advantages floating around that it’s silly. Again. Among them is Sebastian’s extra vote. Sebastian, Donathan, and Angela discuss voting out Domenick. Angela warns Domenick of this. Though the three had planned to not even tell Laurel because they don’t really need her vote in this plan, Donathan tells her anyway. With Angela talking to whoever will listen and being generally unreliable, they may need her after all.

Donathan plays the “I’m going home tonight” angle again that nobody is buying. Because Donathan refuses to comment, Domenick fills in everybody on Sebastian’s plan. Then he pulls out his fake idol and his real idol and makes a big production about how he’s not going home. Too over the top to be believeable. Not to be outdone, Wendell also pulls out his idol.

Before the vote happens, Domenick plays his real fake idol.

Votes
Domenick
Donathan
Sebastian
Sebastian
Sebastian

With 3 votes, Sebastian has been voted off the island. These dummies just gave both Wendell and Domenick a free pass to the final four.

For the immunity challenge, they will swim to a platform and back, make their way through a series of obstacles collecting puzzle pieces, and solve a puzzle. Wendell leads the whole time and wins immunity.

Donathan and Angela can’t be trusted, while Laurel is the only one of the three who poses somewhat of a challenge threat.

Domenick plays his idol. Since he already has individual immunity, Wendell plays his hidden idol for Laurel, a gesture with a lot of build up that is purely symbolic because she’s not going home if they don’t want her to go home. This is not impressive a move as Wendell seems to think, but perhaps it will gain him some favor from Laurel.

Votes
Laurel (does not count)
Donathan
Donathan
Donathan

With 3 votes, Donathan has been voted out of the game. I’m surprised he lasted this long. He has been playing a historically bad game the past few episodes.

For the final immunity challenge, they will stack balls using a pole while standing on a wobbly balance beam. Wendell jumps out to an early lead again. Domenick is the first to drop, and so does Laurel. Just as he’s about to stack his final ball, Wendell drops. So does Angela. Being the first to drop is an advantage for Domenick because he’s now in the lead. Domenick wins immunity.

Domenick can choose whoever he wants to bring with him. The other two must make fire. Such a lame twist that hopefully gets retired after this, but at least this time they seem to have some warning about it. Domenick has no plans to choose Wendell, though he will probably win the fire challenge if he is forced into it. Laurel acknowledges that she would suck at making fire, which will probably make her the choice, though Domenick doesn’t respect it. He even goes so far as to help Angela practice making fire, though either choice is likely hopeless to the point where he may as well just take Wendell and say he wants to go against the best.

He comes up with an alternate proposal. Give Angela his necklace and take on Wendell himself at fire making. That would put him at risk tonight but give him a slam dunk finale if he pulls it off. Interesting but unlikely.

Vote
Laurel

Angela and Wendell will now compete in a fire making challenge with a foregone conclusion. Laurel may be completely incompetent, but Angela’s not exactly a threat. Wendell easily wins before Angela is able to even light a fire.

It’s the Wendell and Domenick show, which it has been for weeks, and these people, most notably Laurel, who has no chance against either of them, have failed to pursue multiple opportunities to do something about it. If she had eliminated one of them, she could have a big move on her resume, instead of being seen as a coattail rider.

Still, to the extent that they have been viewed as the power duo, it’s hard to really see what Wendell has done. He can’t even articulate it. He talks about building things at camp, which doesn’t matter. Then he says he was loyal, for example when he saved Laurel with his idol, which he didn’t because saving would imply she was in danger of going home.

Kellyn asks who worked with them and who brought them in. Three out of the five people answer Domenick. Laurel answers herself. Sebastian is the only one to say Wendell.

Votes
Domenick
Wendell
Domenick
Wendell
Domenick
Wendell
Domenick
Wendell
Domenick
Wendell

It’s tied. In the event of a tie, the person who nobody was going to or did vote for because she played such a bad game will cast the deciding vote.

Vote
Wendell

The Survivor: Ghost Island winner is Wendell Holland, Jr.

Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 13

Aside from winning immunity the past couple of episodes, Chelsea had been one of the most invisible people on the island, but they must have seen something we didn’t because she was viewed as a big threat in Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 12 and eliminated.

We return to talking about how they are going to target actual threats. For real this time.

For the reward challenge, they will be divided into teams of two to roll spools down a contraption and climb down steps to capture them at the other end. Reward is to be ambassadors of goodwill at a local school with fried chicken and cake. Kellyn picks Sebastian; Wendell picks Domenick; Donathan picks Laurel. Angela is not chosen. A fairly simple start quickly becomes a mad dash. Everybody survives until the final round when they add a fifth spool. Sebastian and Kellyn are the first pair eliminated. Laurel and Donathan follow. Domenick and Wendell win reward.

They choose Laurel to go with them, an easy choice, which makes Donathan angry. Then they send Sebastian to Ghost Island.

Sebastian has a 3 out of 4 chance to get the advantage. His advantage is an extra vote.

Donathan keeps talking about how he wants to get rid of Wendell or Domenick, but he isn’t doing anything about it because Laurel doesn’t want to turn on them. His new strategy is to tell them this.

For the immunity challenge, they will retrieve planks to build a bridge, build a ladder, and solve a slide puzzle. Wendell and Sebastian are the first to build a bridge. Domenick and Laurel are not far behind them. Wendell is also the first to the puzzle, again followed by Sebastian. The puzzle is the same slide puzzle from day one. On that day, Laurel is the person who was going to win (before Chris gave up the challenge because Desiree was going to lose). This is stupid. Why give one person such a big advantage, rehashing a puzzle that is exactly the same one only one person has already practiced? Laurel wins immunity.

Ah, but there’s a catch. Wendell was actually done first. He just didn’t say Jeff’s name and tell him he was done. It’s unclear whether he knew he was done or not. In any case, he is not going to fight this ruling and agrees that Laurel wins this challenge that was not only given to her based on having done the challenge before but also based on a technicality.

Kellyn’s on the wrong side of the numbers, but Donathan keeps digging his own grave. He asks them to let him know if they’re going to blindside him. This is just the beginning. He repeatedly lets them know he doesn’t trust them and obviously runs off to talk to Kellyn, who without this behavior was otherwise the unanimous target. She can just as soon toss him on the grenade as join him, and it doesn’t seem anybody else wants to join him in his plan to get rid of Domenick.

At Tribal Council, Domenick has a question. Can he say something to Donathan? Donathan’s answer is no. Kellyn tries to answer Jeff’s next question, but Donathan doesn’t want her to finish. He wants Jeff to know it’s not going to be her. It’s going to be him. Oh, just put this guy out of his misery already. This level of attempting to destroy his own game is shocking.

Votes
Domenick
Donathan
Kellyn
Kellyn
Donathan
Donathan
Kellyn

It’s tied 3-3.

Votes
Donathan
Kellyn
Kellyn
Kellyn

With 3 votes, Kellyn has been voted off the island. That was the easy vote they had originally planned… but wow. Why would anyone trust Donathan ever again? His only hope is that somebody not named Domenick or Wendell actually takes a shot at either of them. Yeah, that story again, but it becomes more likely as the numbers dwindle.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another recap of Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 14, where we will find out who the Survivor: Ghost Island winner is, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 12

An immunity challenge twist led to two different Tribal Councils in Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 11. First, everybody knew Jenna was going home. In a more interesting second vote, Michael nearly got saved by a secret extra vote, but once Kellyn realized he didn’t have an idol, she helped get rid of him.

It’s obvious who had the extra vote, so Kellyn doesn’t try to hide it.

For the reward challenge, they will race across balance beams and other obstacles for sandbags to toss. Reward is a loved ones visit. Sebastian is the first one to the toss. Domenick is the only one challenging him. Sebastian wins reward. He chooses Domenick to join him. Then he also chooses Wendell. Lastly, Donathan.

He also now has to choose someone to go to Ghost Island, where there is a guaranteed advantage. If he wants to send himself, he can, but he would have to give up his reward. He declines, but the three people he chose now have the opportunity to partake. Wendell takes the advantage, receiving dirty looks in the process because he has the nerve to play the game, though his father fully agrees that going is the smart thing to do.

The advantage is a second shot at the immunity challenge. Potentially helpful. Not great.

At the loved ones visit, Domenick promises Donathan’s aunt that they’re together. Donathan has no such plans. He wants to take out these threats rather than join forces with them.

Meanwhile, back at camp, the girls whine, especially Kellyn, but after they are done complaining, they discuss how they have the numbers. The four girls plus Donathan is enough to get rid of whoever they want, as long as nobody plays an idol.

For the immunity challenge, they will balance a ball on a cylinder held by handles. Kellyn drops quickly. After 10 minutes, everybody else adds a section to the cylinders. Angela is unable to make the transition. Wendell drops right behind her, but he will get a second chance, which it seems almost certain will be a waste after that early failure. Wendell drops again. After 20 minutes, they move to the final round. Sebastian drops. Laurel drops. Chelsea is next. Donathan is out. Domenick wins immunity.

There goes the plans for the elimination of Domenick, but there are plenty of other targets.

Donathan and Laurel will be the swing votes between the two camps. Donathan is afraid of the big threats. Laurel trusts the big threats more than the others, but she doesn’t think she can beat them.

Part of the reason they are so threatening is that Domenick and Wendell both have idols. Despite being the most likely alternative target to Domenick, Wendell does not play his idol.

Votes
Wendell
Chelsea
Wendell
Chelsea
Wendell
Chelsea
Chelsea
Chelsea

With 5 votes, Chelsea has been voted off the island. Having won immunity twice in a row, she came off as a challenge threat, apparently. Domenick and Wendell may have gotten their way this time, but it’s clear they are left on the table as potential outnumbered targets next week.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another recap of Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 13, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 11

Desiree turned on her alliance, then she got mad at them when they found out. Unable to rally either side to her cause after this, she was not surprisingly eliminated in Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 10.

Domenick goes searching and finds a coconut with an emblem on it. At least it’s not yet another easy to stumble across hidden immunity idol. Rather, it’s a convincing fake idol that can be planted for someone else to randomly trip over.

For the immunity challenge, they will pull up on a bar, clamping a ball between two sets of jaws. The twist is that two people will win immunity, and two people will be voted out. They will be divided into two temporary tribes. The last person left standing will go to the second Tribal Council with their temporary tribe. Michael, Laurel, Domenick, Wendell, and Kellyn are on the orange tribe; Chelsea, Sebastian, Angela, Jenna, and Donathan are on the purple tribe. Kellyn drops quickly. Michael is next. Donathan is behind him, the first to go from purple. Laurel is next. Sebastian and Jenna drop, leaving two from each tribe. Angela drops. Chelsea wins immunity and immediately drops, passing on the opportunity to go to the last Tribal because she wasn’t going to beat these other two. Wendell drops. Domenick wins immunity.

Michael is the easy target. Unable to borrow Donathan’s idol to show people, he merely pretends that he has an idol. Kellyn’s defensive play is to sacrifice Laurel. Thanks to Wendell, Laurel’s defensive play can now be to vote Kellyn.

On the other side, Malolo is outnumbered as usual. That makes Jenna the target. Both she and Donathan assume she is the more likely target. Rather than returning the favor, she calls him an idiot, and will happily vote against him. How does that help her?

After a quick Tribal Council in which Jenna says she’s going home and nobody argues, they proceed to vote.

Donathan plays his idol. He plays it for himself. Probably a waste, but a good decision not to save Jenna.

Votes
Donathan (does not count)
Sebastian
Jenna
Jenna
Jenna

With 3 votes, Jenna has been voted off the island. Had she forced a tie as she planned, she could have saved Sebastian and thrown Donathan to the wolves. For some reason.

Everybody other than new jury member Jenna can now head back to camp as the other tribe joins the festivities.

Wendell and Domenick are controlling the vote, or at least they think they are. They whisper to each other, leaving the others to wonder.

Votes
Kellyn
Wendell
Laurel
Michael
Michael
Laurel (Kellyn’s extra vote)

With such a split vote, two people almost did control the vote, but Kellyn’s secret advantage put a stop to that and created a tie. This math is easy to do, and people know something is up. Looking at her physical reactions, Kellyn is not doing a very good job of hiding that she is the one with the extra vote.

Votes
Michael
Michael

With 2 votes, Michael has been voted off the island. His bluff almost worked, but once it was called, he became the easy vote again.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another recap of Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 12, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 10

Michael was the target and would have gone home in Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 9, but he was saved by his hidden immunity idol. Instead, one of his allies, Libby was sent home, as even his own tribe was willing to give them up for dead and sacrifice numbers.

Spurred by Desiree, Laurel, Donathan, Jenna, and Desiree discuss the end of Naviti. They could easily just pick off the other four, but at some point soon, someone from that big alliance needs to be blindsided.

For the reward challenge, two members will paddle to rescue the others from cages, then return to the beach and solve a giant puzzle. Reward is a chopper ride to a picnic. Michael, Sebastian, Chelsea, Kellyn, and Jenna (orange) are against Wendell, Domenick, Laurel, Desiree, and Angela (purple). Donathan must sit out. Michael and Sebastian prove to be much stronger rowers than Domenick and Wendell. Orange wins reward.

And of course we are going to draw rocks for this lame Ghost Island twist. Angela is going to Ghost Island.

Angela has a 2 out of 3 chance of having an advantage. Still, she gets the one that does not have an advantage, costing her a vote at the next Tribal.

Laurel warns Domenick that Desiree can’t be trusted. He brings this warning to Kellyn. She refuses to believe it and insists that people must be trying to take the target off Michael.

Michael and Donathan go on their own separate idol hunts. Donathan finds the clue, which tells him to look under the shelter. Rather than be sneaky about it, he tells Malolo and searches and finds it with them.

For the immunity challenge, they will balance a ball on a disc attached to two ropes. Wendell, Jenna, Desiree, Laurel, and Angela drop quickly. Within the first two minutes, Donathan and Domenick follow. Michael drops just before the round ends. The three who remain survive the ten minutes to move to the second round. Kellyn drops. Sebastian drops. Chelsea wins immunity.

The easy thing to do here would be to do what they wanted to do last time: get rid of Michael. There’s a lot of activity around an alternate plan. Desire had hoped to get rid of Kellyn, who will not believe no matter what that is going to happen. Because of that, Desiree finds out that Laurel is the one who told Domenick that Kellyn is the target. The logical thing would be to still flip against someone, but Desiree, after confronting Domenick and Laurel, says that she wants to get rid of Michael now. She may think she’s been forced back to the status quo and they will play along, but her aggressive manner is not smoothing things over.

Votes
Desiree
Desiree
Desiree
Desiree
Michael
Michael
Desiree
Desiree

With 6 votes, Desiree has been voted off the island. She sunk herself. She was so close to gaining control, but when it blew up, she just added gasoline to the fire. Only Chelsea went along with the failed Michael vote.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another recap of Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 11, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 9

Chris managed to get himself a hidden immunity idol during his visit to Ghost Island in Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 8, but despite knowing he was one of the primary targets, refused to play it and thus was eliminated.

She may have only had a couple of people after her last time, but this is the third time in a row that Libby has gone to Tribal and received votes.

Laurel is supposed to be in the final four with Domenick and Wendell (with Donathan), yet both are keeping secrets about the advantages they have. She tells Wendell she’s 1000% with them. Apparently the extra 0 makes it better. In reality, she’s getting sketched out by the secrets and power they have.

For the reward challenge, they will hit targets with giant slingshots. Reward is a trip to the Survivor taco hut. Domenick, Kellyn, Jenna, Sebastian, Desiree, and Michael (orange) are against Angela, Laurel, Wendell, Libby, Chelsea, and Donathan (purple). Purple takes the lead 1-0. Then it’s tied. Purple retakes the lead. After a lot of misses from both sides, it’s tied again. Both teams adopt the strategy of letting the useless people shoot once before before replacing them. Purple (Wendell) makes it 3-2, and Laurel extends the lead to 4-2. Orange makes it 4-3 before Wendell scores again. Domenick/Michael make it 5-4. Purple wins reward.

And now we return to this rock drawing nonsense. Jenna is going to Ghost Island. She will not be playing a game today, though.

Libby asks her reward partners what she’s doing wrong, and the response is that it’s probably her relationship with Michael.

Back at camp, Angela wants to start a war. No need to pick sides. Just pit everybody against everybody else other than her.

The immunity challenge is a gross eating challenge. Michael, Desiree, and Laurel advance on the fish eyes. In the next heat of six, Wendell refuses to even try, while Angela, Sebastian, and Domenick advance. Michael, Sebastian, and Angela advance on the live grubs. Michael and Angela finish the sea slugs to move to the finals. Angela finishes the mother of pearl first to win immunity.

Michael’s name came up in the drama Angela was causing, which leads to people to tell Laurel that there’s already a consensus that she should agree to support.

Michael wants to be Malolo strong and hope Naviti splits the votes. His target is Wendell. Donathan’s nervous about Naviti being too strong but also worried that he’ll be on the wrong side of the numbers if he goes against them.

Michael plays his idol.

Votes
Michael (does not count)
Michael (does not count)
Michael (does not count)
Michael (does not count)
Michael (does not count)
Michael (does not count)
Michael (does not count)
Wendell
Libby
Libby
Libby

With 3 votes, Libby has been voted off the island. Michael played that right, but rather than picking off a number from the other side, his tribemates still ensured that one of their own went home. Michael was of course the only vote for Wendell, while Donathan flipped on Michael, but Desiree finally got her wish of getting rid of Libby.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another recap of Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 10, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 8

People got sick of Bradley and joined together to get rid of him in Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 7.

We start immediately with a merge. Hence, the Domenick vs. Chris show resumes, but with a small numbers advantage, they may be stuck working together. Chris isn’t buying it because they just want him for one vote and then they’ll get rid of him.

By random draw, Chris gets a clue in his buff telling him to go to treemail, where there is a clue for the hidden immunity idol. In order to get the idol, he will need to sneak out of camp by boat in the middle of the night and go to Ghost Island. Risky to leave camp for hours, but he doesn’t even have to try to find the idol once he arrives. The idol is good only at the next Tribal Council, unless he is willing to wager his vote to try for more uses. He decides to take the risk and has multiple 50/50 chances but only extends the idol for one more Tribal Council before losing his vote.

For the first individual immunity challenge, they will stand on a narrow beam while balancing a statue on a long pole over their heads. Jenna is the first one to drop, and Donathan is right behind her. As the wind comes in, Desiree drops, followed by Angela. After 5 minutes, they move to a more narrow section of the beam. Sebastian drops. The rest move to the end of the beam. Domenick, Michael, Chris, Laurel, and Wendell cannot make the transition. Chelsea drops. Libby drops. Kellyn wins immunity.

Chris goes to the well and brings everybody other than Domenick and Wendell with him. He wants to split the vote between the two of them. He knows Domenick has an idol because he saw it. Actually, he saw the fake one, but there is a real one also, as well as a legacy advantage. Wendell also has an idol. So does Chris. These things are falling out of the sky.

Desire has a completely different plan. Get rid of Libby. That would be awesome. We could have another episode of Domenick and Chris whining about each other the whole time.

It takes about three seconds for Donathan to warn Domenick, though the plan is hardly a surprising one.

There is one unlit torch, which means that this is the first time Chris has ever been to Tribal Council.

With all these idols floating around and in the hands of the people who know they are targets, surely something will be played. Since his legacy advantage can be played at 13 or 6 and there are 13 left, Domenick plays it.

Votes
Chris
Chris
Libby
Libby
Chris
Chris
Chris
Chris
Chris

With 7 votes, Chris has been voted off the island. He had the opportunity to save himself but failed to see the writing on the wall. Desiree and Angela went with the Libby vote, but that plan was doomed to fail.

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