Both sides in Heroes vs. Villains seem to have the muscle; however the Village People have more rhythm and groove to the music. The Hobos are acting like a car load of kids during a Chinese Fire drill.
The Hobo’s have been winning the physical parts of the challenges but have no leadership when it comes to working out the minor mental games which have been part of the challenges. Infighting has people calling this the Villains vs. the Villains Survivor.
Trust me, there are too many hard headed people on both tribes but the V.P. seem to be demonstrating a little more self control during the mental phase of each challenge.
Rob seemed to come very close to repeating Jaison’s dehydration episode of SS19. However, his eyes were normal but unresponsive were Jaison looked as if he had seen a ghost. I wonder what the ruling is if only the camera man is following a contestant. How long do they wait before they can call for assistance?
Rupert and Stephanie appear to be the first true cat fight, ending with Stephanie going home. James was po’d at her and a few others for screwing up the last part of the challenge when there was no clear voice guiding them to stack the blocks. JT was supposed to be doing all the guiding of where to put each one, however about 3 or 4 others chimed in and made it confusing.
The VP had a stroke of luck in winning the challenge. They received the tarp and supplies so they can now make a hut with a leak proof roof. I don’t know about y’all, but I’m sure getting tired of everyone bitching about the rain.
Russell is being himself again; he won’t lead but will work when someone comes up with an idea. He has to be looking for the HII but they still haven’t shown him looking or finding them.
I didn’t see much of Coach and his girlfriend this week. Amanda and Stephanie were taking all the heat in the Hobo’s camp for what they did or didn’t do. Cirie is getting those crazy thought idea eyes as if she is working on her next move. James is hot to trot and ready to take out the first person that crosses his path. He has always seemed calm and collected, but look out world; he’s on the war path. Tom might have wished he didn’t start something with James. That disagreement might not help with the morale in the tribe!
Not much action from others in either tribe seems like we have a few coasters in this Survivor.
Myself, I don’t like the combined challenges were immunity and reward are won in the same challenge. Moneys tight, but Survivor has to be raking in the some dough. I’d love to see a challenge were each member of a tribe has to complete a task before the next member can start his task. Alternate a mental task and then a physical task. This would allow each tribe to find their week links.
Speaking of the VP’s problems with their hut, what gives man, C’mon y’all are a bunch of all-stars and you can’t build a simple hut, DANG!