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Survivor Cagayan : "Head of the Snake" : OAD 4-2-2014

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by heySkippy, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. WO312

    WO312 Active Member

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    I think it depends. Her actions seem so crazy to me unless she got some sort of agreement from Trish about her status in the other tribe. But if the original 5 stay solid, she's toast.

    It is true that just a week ago Wu was the odd man out. Maybe Trish told her it would be final 3 with Trish and Tony. But I think she was better off with her final 3 with the Brains. Time will tell.
     
  2. DancnDude

    DancnDude Thrice as nice TCF Club

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    This is the brain tribe who took back the woman who spilled out all their rice. I guess anything is possible. But Kass certainly made a boneheaded ego-based move here, not a strategic one.
     
  3. goblue97

    goblue97 Welcome Home, Jimmy!

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    I tend to agree. Wasn't it not too long ago that Spencer was all but doomed and he survived? I think he even commented on the fact that it's never over.
     
  4. dirtypacman

    dirtypacman Coming and going

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    Its certainly never over, and Kass will be remembering that when she tries to sway any votes her way if she in fact makes it to the end. You all have already covered the reasons why it was a huge mistake for her but I will add that the next day at camp will be vital to if she can salvage the mess she made at all. It is not outside the realm of possibilities that somebody else does something even more damaging to their game and turns the spot light on themselves instead.

    Good episode overall, I too thought they had it wrapped up once both idols where played. Made for a fun tribal thats for sure.
     
  5. NorthAlabama

    NorthAlabama tabasco rules

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    exactly, kass's future all depends on kass, and how she folds herself into the new alliance. kass was right to be concerned about sarah putting her foot down and refusing to consider her least favorite picks with little or no discussion - that was a sign of future trouble and potentially other alliances. sarah was a strong player, a great choice to get out, and kass can shake the target off her back with a little work and a little luck.

    lj playing the idol after tony was one of the stupidest game moves i've ever seen on survivor! if he wants to protect tony, do it at the next tc, not when he's obviously safe.
     

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