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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by betts4, Nov 16, 2006.
Oh well, so much for that theory!
I disagree. Right now, in a merger, then Yul and Ozzie are the initial targets (as the strongest members of the smallest tribe). If Ozzie wins the first single immunity, then Yul is the primary target. If the bigger tribe does not know that Yul has the idol, they are likely to try to vote him out. The five vote for him, the four vote for somebody (Johnathon or Nate), and bingo, the idol is used to bring the tribe numbers even.
However, if people know that Yul has the idol, they will pick off his teammates until he is alone, and the idol will only save him for one week. If he is smart, that idol will get his alliance into the final four.
I would love if the final 2 people got to then vote out 1 each of the extra jury members.
But that would still leave an even number of jurors.
Perhaps a mini-challenge at the end would allow one of them to eliminate a juror?
That would still leave 9 jurors. In the history of Survivor, they have always had 7 jurors. Regardless of whether they started with 16, 18, or 20 players.
So I think something in our future will bring it down to 7 jurors.
I liked the suggestion that they'd send the final 3 to the jury. If there's a tie, have a tiebreaker on live TV.
I'm thinking this might be what's up. They might see it as a way to TiVo-proof the reunion show.
It would be almost impossible to have a Live audience tie breaker as the finally does not run concurrently in all Time Zones.
Funny...he reminds me of Detective Fallows from Season 1, Episode 24 of Arrested Development
Great, can I be the first to call the....Candam
Pronounced 'Canned Ham'
It's already a live finale, at least if you are on the east coast. If the audience can be there live for the reveal, they could be there for a tie breaker.
But what he's saying is that if you're going to have the national viewing audience vote, whether it's to break a tie or simply to be another juror, they couldn't do the voting between the final episode and the live finale because both are usually over on the east coast before either one begins airing in the west.
Never saw a mention of live audience vote. Guess all the American Idol fans might just tune in if there was just to "be a part of it". But a tie breaking challenge could be done even if we weren't all watching at once.