Have you ever felt like everyone was out to get you?
Tyson should have been paranoid last night because everyone on the Dakal Tribe wanted to vote him out when they went to tribal council. Tyson was the biggest threat on the tribe and everyone thought that he would hook up with his friends on the other tribe after the merge. Everyone was after Tyson but Tyson was too arrogant to realize it and he thought that everyone was going to vote Nick just because he told them to.
By a vote of 7-1-1, welcome to blindside city, Tyson. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.
Tribal council was boring but the Immunity challenge and Edge of Extinction were both interesting last night. At Edge of Extinction, each exile had to carry 20 logs across the island in order to earn a fire token. The catch was that they could only do it one log at a time, they had to go up and down a mountain, and they had to get it all done by sunset. Ethan nearly fainted and I almost had a panic attack watching him. Medical had to be called to make sure that Ethan was okay but he was finally able to get up and keep going. Go, Ethan, go!
Ethan getting up was the first time that I cheered last night. The second time was when the Sele Tribe managed to come from behind and win the immunity challenge! It looked like they were going to be heading to Tribal Council for the third straight time but then Adam and Rob stepped up and they came back and finally won!
Next week, there’s a tribal shakeup and Michele ends up on a tribe with her ex-boyfriend, Nick! Thanks for reading, everyone. Lisa will be back next Wednesday and will be covering the rest of the season.