Exactly what Tegan was saying. I'm so teamfenella teamheath teamshonee now. I wont even ruin their chances by putting them down as my overall winner.The whole "Champions have to stick together" thing is really annoying. The Contenders have no loyalty to each other, and while it makes some of them (especially Benji) really shitty people, it makes sense to abandon old tribal lines and just try to form a team with the best and most trustworthy players (then work on getting them out later).
Really? I actually find him quite difficult to watch, he contributes nothing positive to my enjoyment of the show.
I felt that Tegan almost played it right at tribal council, but fell at the final hurdle by accusing the Champions of being delusional. Any possibility of swaying them was lost in that moment - you could see Commando's eyes glaze over, sealing Tegan's fate there and then....haha!... Tegan just threw Brian under the Bus just then lol!... cheers.
He was tolerable when he was a good friend and ally to Moana, but even then I wondered what she saw in him, she's so savvy and he's just so... nothing? Now that she's gone, he's got nothing to offer for me either.Really? I actually find him quite difficult to watch, he contributes nothing positive to my enjoyment of the show.
Champions stuck together and voted Tegan out.What ended up happening at tribal? I missed all of it.
Thankyou. She definitely will feel a bit on the outer now.Champions stuck together and voted Tegan out.
The twist was that the Contenders were watching, and got to vote whether Tegan should go home, or come over to their tribe.
They voted she go home.
It also featured Tegan and Shonee exposing Brian, but it made no difference this time.
Taking the lead as well would automatically make you a target on some other Survivors. The tribe needed challenge strength so the tribe swap wasn't actually so hard for her as for others. Also having challenges that aren't just about a team but about an individual or two people teaming together definitely helps her make an impression. Concerning the later individual immunities I've no idea how good she is at balancing though she has concentration. It's a normal strategy of wanting to go with other strong people so the target isn't on her as much. But some of these strong people are also quite boring, so I don't want them dominating too much..I just cant help being impressed by Lydia in virtually every way. She is without a doubt the best ever female physical competitor to ever play this game anywhere, anytime and Im actually hard pressed to think of a male thats been better than her either.. And she is really useful...now. But sooner or later after the merge her assets will become her liabilities as the individual competitions play to her strengths (flexibility, endurance) and if she does not have a strong alliance to back her, the instant she does not have immunity the others will have to strike before she comp beasts her way to the end There is no way she loses that final hand on the pole or whatever immunity challenge.
Sharn should really be a target. I can't believe how upfront she is about being a 'champion' barrister. People who are persuasive are a danger, not just at the end of the game.This whole episode felt like it was foreshadowing the downfall of Benji at the hands of Lydia and Sharn.