A week out from the final, I thought I’d take the time to comment of the gameplay from the jury members, plus look at the road ahead.
Kass: For the first 16 days of Cambodia we had the opposite of Chaos kass, it was Calm Kass, but knowing she was on the outer circle of the original Bayon tribe, and with nine of them left still in the game, she made a massive move with the merge approaching. There was nothing wrong with the move, but Kass would of been thinking that the merge would come at final 12 or 11, not 13. If it had been at 11, they could of been able to get rid of Savage and Wiggles, and it would of been game on at the merge. Unfortunately it wasn’t the case.
Savage: This season Jeff wouldn’t stop telling us how this was a second chance. We heard him tell both us and the contestants that they all lost the first time around and that this was a second chance to win. Somehow Andrew missed the memo. He change nothing. He is still the leader, and nothing but that. When he votes someone out it’s all good, but the minute things don’t go his way, he has been backstabbed and betrayed and the person who lied to him has no integrity. Let me say this though. Kelley doesn’t play her idol, it wouldn’t of changed the game, and I can see Savage sitting at the end. No chance of winning though, but he was the glue with most of the Bayon’s.
Kelly: What is there to say about the OG. Not much really. I don’t know what her game plan was. Lie low and win out like her first time? Who knows. At least we can tick her off the Survivor returnee bucket list.
Ciera: A fighter, that’s for sure. I know when you are on the bottom you have top make some noise to shake it up, but telling people they aren’t playing is really insulting. Everyone was playing, they just wern’t playing the way you wanted.
Stephen: Ah Stephen we were rooting for you, WE WERE ALL ROOTING FOR YOU, but it wasn’t to be. At least you wen’t out swinging for the fences. Hope your demons from Tocantins have left you.
Joe: All Joe had to do was not win the first immunity challenge, but the competitor in him couldn’t do it. I’m not saying he didn’t already have a target on his back, but it grew larger with every win.
Abi-Maria: What can I say about Abi? I’m not even sure I have an opinion on Abi. She provided entertainment, that’s for sure.
Okay we are now down the final six. Not much room to move around with votes. Without even thinking about idols, you need four votes to reign supreme at the next tribal, unless you pull a 3-2-1 (hard to pull off). My prediction for the next tribal is four votes go to Kelley and two go to Jeremy, both play their idol, meaning a total revote. If Keith has immunity then Spencer goes, if Keith doesn’t win then he goes. If say Spencer was to go at final six, then Jeremy and Tasha are in trouble because it would leave the door open for Kimmi to make her big move and swing over to create a new final three. Now I know that’s a lot of fan fiction, but I expect some fireworks at these last few tribals.
Also can I take a moment to point out my pre season pick Kimmi is still in the game. Not to bad at all.