Survivor Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers: Not A One Man Show

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Survivor Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers: Not A One Man Show

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I LOVE Survivor – I have never missed an episode – I have loved it since Season 1 with Richard Hatch, Susan, and Rudy!

Just a tiny bit of history from Wikipedia:

Survivor is the American version of the international Survivor reality competition television franchise, itself derived from the Swedish television series Expedition Robinson created by Charlie Parsons which premiered in 1997. The American series premiered on May 31, 2000, on CBS. It is hosted by television personality Jeff Probst, who is also an executive producer along with Mark Burnett and original creator, Parsons.

Let’s jump into this week’s show:

This is the third episode of Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers and I’m still just learning everyone’s names and personalities.

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On the hero tribe Ben and Chrissy think they’re driving the train… their words. not mine.  I’m trying to figure out why they think that the 2 of them on a 5 person tribe are “driving the train”, at any moment if the other 3 decide to band together and just like that you’re on the chopping block.  However, it looks like they are switching up the tribes next week, as Jeff said “Drop your buffs!” in next week’s preview.  That’s a problem people get into in the game – they get cocky and way to soon (if there’s ever a good time to be cocky, it’s not this early).   I think they’re basing it on the other team members not being able to come together as a group.

On the healers tribe I feel a power couple coming on and they never go well, unless you’re Boston Rob and Amber who are married now with children.

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I’m sorry but, every time I see Patrick I want to give him sunscreen!  lol all that fair skin and red hair, so worried he’s gonna get fried to a crisp out there!

Joe is just asking for trouble over on the healer tribe, he told Desi if she raw food then go for it and he proceeded to throw it across the beach?!  I can’t believe she didn’t say something, I mean, that was rude in many ways,  Like did he expect her to go chase it down and eat it?!  Why is this tribe is planning a blindside when they haven’t even had a challenge yet, and aren’t heading to tribal council?

Back to Patrick on the hustlers, he is the least team player I have ever seen!  He is all about himself, he’s a one man show – no doubt.  One of the other tribe members should have just pushed him aside and started throwing – I couldn’t have just sat there and waited on him.  Not while their tribe is being decimated.  Even once they lose the challenge and they get back to camp he says he “might” should have let someone else throw, which means he still wouldn’t have.  Devin is right when he says if you step up to do something, you’d better be able to do it.  If not, step aside and allow someone else the chance.

I was blindsided at tribal, too.  I was for sure they’d keep him, but, he’s a wildcard, they made the right decision for sure.  Survivor, this early on, is not a one man team game.  He never understood how to play,  he was a sore loser, and in his last statements he hoped they all did bad the rest of the game and that they were all liars.  This game is Outwit, Outplay, and Outlast, and they did… Bye Patrick…

What did you think?  How is this season shaping up?  Share your comments and thoughts with us!

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