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We're on board a Mil-17 Helicopter
piloted by the Nicaraguan Air Force,
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<i>flying over the Pacific Ocean in
Central America, where these Americans</i>
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<i>have already begun the
adventure of a lifetime.</i>
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<i>Each castaway is arriving with
nothing but the clothes on their back</i>
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<i>and their own unique story.</i>
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<i>I'm the C.E.O. of my
own software company.</i>
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<i>But are there other layers on me?
Absolutely. I'm a former federal agent.</i>
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That's right, special agent Sheppard.
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That was my first and
middle name for years.
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<i>My faith is everything. My
entire life revolves around it.</i>
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I pray every day as I strive
to become more like my savior.
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<i>They will call me a redneck,
one crazy, student bastard.</i>
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We ain't ever had a dumb ass
win the game, maybe it's my turn.
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It's the ultimate challenge,
a group of strangers
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<i>forced to work together while
battling the elements and each other.</i>
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They must learn to adapt
or they'll be voted out.
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In the end, only one will remain
to claim the million-dollar prize.
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39 days, 18 people, one Survivor.
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Transcript by
www.addic7ed.com
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Come on, let's go. Everybody off!
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<i>We're on the beach, and we
saw the mats and it's like,</i>
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<i>oh wow, this is really happening.</i>
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I'm really on "Survivor."
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All right, guys, let's head in.
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I was in the Marine Corps. Spent
two deployments, went to Iraq twice.
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I think I'm going to win
just because of my background.
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I think I've been trained
for something like this.
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Welcome to "Survivor."
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Before we get started, we've
got two more players joining us.
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Right here.
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- Is that Rob?
- Boston Rob!
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- Oh, no.
- No.
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- Oh, no!
- Oh, my God! It's Russell.
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<i>I don't even know whose team
he's going to be on, but I'm going</i>
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<i>to stare down Russell, and I
know when I stare down Russell,</i>
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he'll know, oh, she's got
a little evil inside of her
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<i>because if I'm not the one person
he picks to keep to the end,</i>
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then no matter what, I'm going
to be out. I'm gonna be out.
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I think everybody here is familiar
with Boston Rob and Russell.
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Boston Rob has proven his
ability to help a tribe
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not only in challenges,
but in camp life.
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He has played three times.
He's made it to the final once.
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He has never won.
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Russell, in back-to-back
seasons, Russell masterminded
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two of the strongest alliances
in "Survivor" history.
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Russell has played twice.
He's been to the end twice.
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He has never won.
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Together, these two offer 156 days...
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of "Survivor" experience.
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That is worth a ton out here.
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They're sizing us up like we're prey.
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- What's your name?
- Francesca.
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Francesca what's your reaction? You said
these guys were sizing you up as prey?
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Yeah, they're trouble makers.
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They're two of the most famous
trouble makers in "Survivor" history
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so I don't think they're
here just to help us out.
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So the question now is who
is going to which tribe?
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We're going to do it old school,
guy. We're going to draw for buffs.
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Oh, my god.
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They're covered, so we're not giving
anything away. Rob, take your pick.
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Russell, this is for you.
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All right, let's reveal.
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Yes!
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Yes!
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Rob. You join Ometepe. Take a spot.
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All right, baby!
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- Russell Hantz, you join Zapatera.
- Come on Russell! Let's go, buddy.
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- We welcome you.
- Take a spot.
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Join in! Join in!
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All right, there is one more twist.
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When you are voted out at tribal
council, you will not go home.
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What?
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Instead, you will leave tribal council,
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and you will be sent
to Redemption Island.
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Where you will live alone.
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You will have the same basic supplies
that your tribemates had back at camp,
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but it will be up to you
to keep the shelter going.
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It will be up to you to tend the fire.
It will be up to you to feed yourself.
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It will not be easy.
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When the next person joins
you on Redemption Island,
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the two of you will
square off in a duel.
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- What?
- The winner stays.
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The losers is out of the game for good.
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At a certain point in the game,
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the remaining person on
Redemption Island will be allowed
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to re-enter the game and
continue their pursuit of the
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title of Sole Survivor, and
the million-dollar prize.
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Sweet!
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<i>Redemption Island does not scare
me one bit. It's a vacation.</i>
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Yeah. Put me on that
island, see what happens.
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Because I'm going to win the
challenge and I'm going to come back
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and I'm going to take some heads off.
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You guys ready to get
started with this game?
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Yes!
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Ometepe, a map to your camp.
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Zapatera, a map to your camp.
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It is going to rain a
lot out here in Nicaragua.
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I suggest you get to camp
quickly, start using the experience
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of Rob and Russell, start building camp.
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Ometepe, you're heading out
that way. Zapatera, that way.
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<i>When Jeff told us what
Redemption Island is, I was like,</i>
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I didn't even know how to process
it. I mean, it makes Rob and Russell
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<i>being here a lot more
complicated because they could</i>
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<i>definitely come back into the
game even if we get rid of them.</i>
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The good part of it is
that if I get voted out,
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I could come back into the game.
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<i>But the possibility of getting
voted out was so not a reality to me</i>
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that I only saw it as a
downside. I'm like, damn it!
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Someone I vote out is going to
come back to haunt me... Crap.
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Home!
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<i>As soon as I walked to the camp,
I was so greatful to be back</i>
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<i>to get my title of Sole Survivor.</i>
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- It's the power of purple.
- Yes.
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The first two, I was a school
boy. This one, I'm bringing it.
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Steve.
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<i>This is going to be the new me. I'm
going to be the leader to my tribe.</i>
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<i>When I sit them all down and
I take control of the camp,</i>
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I'll become the leader of the camp.
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- Attention.
- Attention.
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- Everybody, attention.
- I got a little something to say.
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You know, you see it
on TV, it seems easy.
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I promise you, you're about to
experience the toughest thing
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that you've ever been
through in your entire life.
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I'm not here to sabotage
anything from nobody.
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If I came back and did something like
that, it would be pretty stupid of me.
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- I'm here to win.
- Right on.
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- Let's do it!
- Zapatera!
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- One, two, three.
- Zapatera!
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<i>I think anybody who doesn't
think Russel is truss is foolish.</i>
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He's played the game twice and
ended up in the finals twice.
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He hasn't won and there's
no mystery why he hasn't won.
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It's the way he's chosen
to play the game both times.
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He's too aggressive and he
wants the blood on his hands.
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- All right, boys, let's take it away.
- ***
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- All right!
- Okay.
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When I seen a big box of
nails and all that, I love it.
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How about that. We've got it all.
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Can't wait to get started.
I've camped. I've built cabins.
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I've done all this kind of stuff.
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We can put it right here.
Right here's another fork.
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We done got our slope.
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<i>If they listen to me, I believe
we can build a decent shack.</i>
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Some of them I don't
think knows what's going on
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but I don't want them to know that.
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- Superhero nickname, Steel Wood.
- Steel Wood.
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You can get through anything
with a little bit of elbow grease.
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And you have the most impressive
man sweater I have ever seen.
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It's amazing!
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You wouldn't help me put
these back on, would you?
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<i>First impression, very good impression.</i>
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<i>I think we have a bun of
worker bees which is good.</i>
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As long as we can win and city
away from the immunity challenges,
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There you go.
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Get up there. All right!
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Put it in there. Okay.
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- Okay, Ralph, tell us what you need.
- All right.
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- All right.
- Can you grab a nail?
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- Heal, yeah.
- Ready to watch the first injury.
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Help him. Help him.
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There you go. There you go.
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- Well done.
- Did it hit right in the middle?
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- I think so.
- Okay, that's good.
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This is a stupid question...
You are from Boston, aren't you?
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- Yeah.
- Ok.
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<i>Things are going really well right now.
It's just such a blessing have Rob here.</i>
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<i>With his history in construction
and his having been here</i>
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<i>and his laid back approach is really
bringing a lot of harmony to this tribe.</i>
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We might as well call it
camp harmony right now.
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Just stop us and tell us ***
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- You're the pro here.
- You guys know what you're doing.
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<i>I am so glad that we have
Boston Rob. He's amazing.</i>
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<i>I'm just having so much fun with him.</i>
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And I feel like a sense of
comfort and I think if Russell
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<i>was here, we would all be on
edge, you know, because he's nut.</i>
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<i>You know, he would have, Oh.</i>
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He would have been crazy.
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Hey, guys. Listen.
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Because of the size of these beams,
we're going to have the opening
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be that way, we were saying,
because that's the water run down,
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and we get this whole bank here
protecting us from the wind.
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- Why don't you let me do that?
- I don't mind digging.
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No, no, it's not about that.
It's the way you're doing it.
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If you're going to do it,
put the weight like that.
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- Ok.
- All right, knock yourself out.
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<i>I mean, pRobably the most
annoying person so far is Phillip.</i>
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- Do you want to help dig?
- Yeah, do you need help?
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Sure, there are going to be two more
holes over there. I'll just finish here.
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<i>I mean, he's just got that
aggressive kind of like,</i>
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in your face personality, which,
you know, you just need to be careful
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out here because that's the kind of
thing that can just turn people off.
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When you hammer, if you strike this
way, like, if you miss this it can go
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like that and hit you. If you're going
to hammer this way, put this foot out.
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Yeah. I'm with you.
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Apparently, my hatcheting
isn't the correct technique,
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but I mean, I don't even have the
best aim, so I'm just going at it.
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<i>I grew up on a farm so I know how to
use an axe and I know how to hammer.</i>
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I think he just likes
playing the father role
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a little bit, so just let him do that.
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- I think he likes that.
- I know!
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You're excited there.
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I was just thinking,
it's a good place to be.
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I want all of you to come over.
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I'm going to tell you
something about myself.
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You know, I had to debate whether
or not I was going to tell you,
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whether or not I was going to reveal
it, ok? I'm a former federal agent.
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I did it for three separate
agencies so when I give you my word,
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if I say something,
it's going to be my word.
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The other thing is I'm an expert
in analyzing people's behavior.
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So I can determine most
of the time whether or not
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someone is telling me the truth
or not and that's what I'm going
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to be able to do when we finally
merge and we get to the other side.
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And I'll tell you, if
that's a friend or not.
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- Okay?
- ***
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And all I want to say is I've got
seven sisters and I love women, okay?
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You made the right move.
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<i>One of the best things about Phillip
is the comic relief that's provided</i>
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by the fact that he thinks he used
to be a federal agent is, like,
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<i>this big secret, like, bombshell
that he has, that he's holding.</i>
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<i>You know, it will just blow
everyone's mind if they knew.</i>
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It's hilarious. Who cares?
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<i>We have a whole basket full
of stuff, and no one is looking</i>
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<i>for the hidden immunity idol, the
clue to it which is kind of weird</i>
223
00:14:29,215 --> 00:14:33,978
because don't you think maybe
it's somewhere in the stuff.
224
00:14:33,986 --> 00:14:35,968
- What is your first name?
- Kristina.
225
00:14:36,022 --> 00:14:38,113
Kristina. Ok.
226
00:14:38,200 --> 00:14:40,272
I have gone thinking maybe you
could go through this stuff here
227
00:14:40,692 --> 00:14:43,653
and check it out and see if
there's anything useful in in there?
228
00:14:43,794 --> 00:14:47,793
I already did. It's just pieces of
cloth, and there are scissors and yarn,
229
00:14:48,402 --> 00:14:51,218
- and a sewing box.
- ****
230
00:14:51,306 --> 00:14:54,800
Maybe Matt, if Matt wants...
231
00:14:55,866 --> 00:14:57,850
I know you know what's up.
232
00:14:57,885 --> 00:14:59,782
- So go through it.
- I went through it.
233
00:15:00,145 --> 00:15:01,563
Anything? No? Nothing?
234
00:15:01,598 --> 00:15:03,634
I've gone through everything
except this. I can't open it.
235
00:15:03,674 --> 00:15:07,907
Okay, I'll try to keep them
away. See what you can find. Ok?
236
00:15:08,123 --> 00:15:11,882
<i>Everything is really new. Everyone
is trying to get their footing ****</i>
237
00:15:11,948 --> 00:15:16,719
<i>The fact that Rob noticed I was looking
for the clue it worries me a little bit</i>
238
00:15:16,754 --> 00:15:19,478
because I don't want to
come off as this really
239
00:15:19,479 --> 00:15:22,106
aggressive strategizer
and turn people off.
240
00:15:22,107 --> 00:15:27,311
<i>Hopefully he's the only person that
understood what was going on, but...</i>
241
00:15:27,441 --> 00:15:30,136
it drives me crazy. I want it.
242
00:15:31,019 --> 00:15:34,953
- Dude, our tribe, man, we're the bomb.
- Okay.
243
00:15:34,988 --> 00:15:38,270
- Five girls and four guys.
- That's true.
244
00:15:38,305 --> 00:15:41,656
- You know, what I'm saying. So just...
- I'm really good with girls.
245
00:15:41,853 --> 00:15:44,311
- Yeah, so am I...
- We'll work that out.
246
00:15:44,346 --> 00:15:46,091
We've got to keep our eyes open.
247
00:15:46,126 --> 00:15:47,898
I definitely want to
be working together.
248
00:15:47,899 --> 00:15:49,950
- Yeah, me, too.
- I'm serious about that.
249
00:15:49,963 --> 00:15:53,692
Yeah, we'll talk about it later.
250
00:15:53,727 --> 00:15:57,889
But someone with a good work
ethic and on the same page as me...
251
00:15:57,890 --> 00:15:59,107
You got that right.
252
00:15:59,142 --> 00:16:02,208
<i>I heard somebody say to me,
when you look at this game a lot</i>
253
00:16:02,243 --> 00:16:03,708
of people get really super paranoid.
254
00:16:04,376 --> 00:16:07,960
The thing about me and any Sheppard, no.
255
00:16:07,995 --> 00:16:13,626
<i>I mean, Rob is sizing me up. So I
like to think of it like two male lions</i>
256
00:16:14,978 --> 00:16:17,307
they're checking each other out.
257
00:16:17,342 --> 00:16:19,330
<i>They're doing that whole
thing and they're doing</i>
258
00:16:19,331 --> 00:16:21,318
<i>a little dance But there
will come a point...</i>
259
00:16:23,054 --> 00:16:25,103
Okay, where that's going to take over.
260
00:16:25,138 --> 00:16:27,573
I thought this would be a good
time for us to talk a little bit.
261
00:16:27,608 --> 00:16:28,750
- All right.
- I'm going to need your help
262
00:16:28,785 --> 00:16:32,939
keeping those young girls from
not having too much. Look at me...
263
00:16:34,011 --> 00:16:36,608
Rob already said to me you
gotta watch those girls.
264
00:16:36,609 --> 00:16:38,518
- There are more girls here.
- There are.
265
00:16:38,519 --> 00:16:40,131
- It's right.
- He'd be an idiot not to.
266
00:16:40,132 --> 00:16:42,924
Yeah, so... He's going to
try to divide and conquer.
267
00:16:42,925 --> 00:16:45,247
He's going to try to
play me like a fool.
268
00:16:45,251 --> 00:16:49,420
And I'm going to play along. And
I'm going to stick to the girls.
269
00:16:49,454 --> 00:16:53,254
I like you, and definitely there's
something about you that's really solid.
270
00:16:53,289 --> 00:16:54,960
- But...
- I've got a little integrity.
271
00:16:55,095 --> 00:16:56,692
- I do, too.
- In terms of what I tell people.
272
00:16:56,693 --> 00:16:57,895
Absolutely.
273
00:16:57,930 --> 00:17:02,037
And I think you and I
can work together. And...
274
00:17:02,072 --> 00:17:04,259
Yeah, you know what?
I'm totally on board.
275
00:17:04,303 --> 00:17:06,462
- Okay, cool. Ok.
- All right?
276
00:17:06,497 --> 00:17:09,446
Let's go find some logs, all right?
277
00:17:13,981 --> 00:17:17,000
Well, what do you
think about this tribe?
278
00:17:18,031 --> 00:17:21,942
I don't know if we're on the winning
side, to tell you, from the looks of it.
279
00:17:21,977 --> 00:17:24,951
The other team, I'm telling
you, they look more physical.
280
00:17:25,272 --> 00:17:28,953
<i>Russell and I were looking for
the tree mail, and he came up to me</i>
281
00:17:28,988 --> 00:17:32,650
and I got all nervous because
I felt like, oh, prom date.
282
00:17:32,785 --> 00:17:35,909
Who dibring the first
time? What was her name.
283
00:17:35,944 --> 00:17:38,239
- Natalie.
- Who did I bring the second time?
284
00:17:38,304 --> 00:17:39,853
Parvati.
285
00:17:41,580 --> 00:17:44,535
But your speech, Russell,
about how you changed.
286
00:17:44,570 --> 00:17:46,380
It was just... It was so moving to me.
287
00:17:46,415 --> 00:17:48,880
- It was. I believed you.
- Listen...
288
00:17:48,915 --> 00:17:51,821
I believed you. You are a changed man.
289
00:17:51,856 --> 00:17:55,034
You have to get on the right team.
290
00:17:55,398 --> 00:17:57,241
I think we can do something together.
291
00:17:57,276 --> 00:18:01,537
But this is dangerous because
I'm not going to be walking around
292
00:18:01,572 --> 00:18:02,991
- with you that much because you...
- No, I...
293
00:18:03,026 --> 00:18:05,604
- You are that girl.
- I think it's better that you don't.
294
00:18:05,617 --> 00:18:09,271
Me and you, when we get to
the merge, it will be over.
295
00:18:09,306 --> 00:18:10,313
Done.
296
00:18:10,388 --> 00:18:12,974
That's all we gotta
do is get to the merge.
297
00:18:13,009 --> 00:18:16,803
<i>Russell is so sneaky. He was
like, "let's form an alliance. "</i>
298
00:18:16,838 --> 00:18:20,505
<i>Which is great because he made it to
the top three every time he played.</i>
299
00:18:20,540 --> 00:18:23,414
So, of course I said yes.
300
00:18:30,365 --> 00:18:32,864
He said getting the girls.
301
00:18:33,787 --> 00:18:37,427
- Please, God, don't let that happen.
- We don't want that to happen.
302
00:18:37,462 --> 00:18:40,527
We need to get Russell out
of this game immediately.
303
00:18:40,562 --> 00:18:43,075
- Russell is not a threat...
- I disagree completely.
304
00:18:43,076 --> 00:18:46,002
- He's got his hooks in one of them.
- Who does he have his hooks in?
305
00:18:46,071 --> 00:18:48,749
- Stephanie.
- What does he do every time?
306
00:18:48,750 --> 00:18:50,931
- He takes a cute little girl...
- Cute little girl...
307
00:18:51,078 --> 00:18:53,751
And takes her and turns her into the ***
308
00:18:53,752 --> 00:18:56,120
- That's right.
- I won't let that happen.
309
00:18:56,121 --> 00:18:59,996
Yeah, no, I agree with you. I
don't think we can let it happen.
310
00:18:59,997 --> 00:19:03,195
<i>I like david. David
seems like a nice guy, ***</i>
311
00:19:03,230 --> 00:19:06,001
<i>He told me Russell had
his hooks in Stephanie.</i>
312
00:19:06,059 --> 00:19:11,968
Any pros of having Russell
around have quickly evaporated.
313
00:19:12,103 --> 00:19:14,733
<i>He's just going to spread paranoia
and be a cancer to the tribe.</i>
314
00:19:14,768 --> 00:19:18,390
<i>At this point, there's nothing to be
done yet except for the task at hand</i>
315
00:19:18,425 --> 00:19:22,086
<i>which is get Russell
gone as soon as possible.</i>
316
00:19:42,728 --> 00:19:46,340
<i>I don't want to have Rob stick around
that long. I mean, I like the guy.</i>
317
00:19:46,341 --> 00:19:50,219
He's a great guy, but he's
dangerous to have on the tribe.
318
00:19:50,374 --> 00:19:52,836
It looks like greased lightning.
319
00:19:53,020 --> 00:19:56,120
- Just need a little...
- I'm working on.
320
00:19:56,175 --> 00:19:57,795
Dreads.
321
00:19:57,830 --> 00:20:01,514
<i>The guys are in awe of Rob,
and, you know, he's going after</i>
322
00:20:01,515 --> 00:20:04,357
<i>all the young girls because
they're easy pickings.</i>
323
00:20:04,358 --> 00:20:08,845
So whatever I do, I think he's
pRobably who I'm going to try
324
00:20:08,846 --> 00:20:10,750
and focus on really quickly.
325
00:20:10,886 --> 00:20:15,320
<i>If there's an idol out there, if I
at all can do anything to find one,</i>
326
00:20:15,454 --> 00:20:20,224
<i>then I will do it. If anyone
can do it on this tribe, it's me.</i>
327
00:20:41,814 --> 00:20:47,724
<i>My immunity idol antenna have been
on alert since I hit the beach.</i>
328
00:20:48,059 --> 00:20:50,236
<i>Like, I wanted to find
it. I knew it was here.</i>
329
00:20:50,323 --> 00:20:55,307
Even if it stood out in our camp, I
wanted to look around and poke around.
330
00:20:55,342 --> 00:20:58,672
<i>I knew that in order for us to
find it, we had to find landmarks.</i>
331
00:20:58,707 --> 00:21:01,746
<i>Our landmarks were going to be our map.</i>
332
00:21:12,938 --> 00:21:16,914
Sweet. This is awesome. Oh, my goodness.
333
00:21:45,626 --> 00:21:49,805
Rob's good. Rob's good. I'm good, too.
334
00:21:49,840 --> 00:21:52,691
It's going to be fun.
This is going to be fun.
335
00:21:53,179 --> 00:21:57,119
<i>The hidden immunity idols,
I mean, it means power.</i>
336
00:21:57,154 --> 00:22:01,285
I'm pRobably going to tell somebody
about it, but I haven't decided who yet.
337
00:22:01,320 --> 00:22:04,206
But I can make this big giant
splash of a move, and, like,
338
00:22:04,207 --> 00:22:07,092
get rid of Rob tonight if I wanted to.
339
00:22:07,127 --> 00:22:10,775
I really could. The
faster he goes, the better.
340
00:22:10,810 --> 00:22:13,911
He's number one on the
chopping block, in my mind.
341
00:22:13,946 --> 00:22:15,655
- Are you on board?
- Absolute.
342
00:22:15,690 --> 00:22:17,008
Don't say a word.
343
00:22:17,043 --> 00:22:19,666
I'm not going to tell you how
to play the game. Like right now
344
00:22:19,667 --> 00:22:22,289
you decided to do what you wanted
to do and I appreciate that.
345
00:22:22,324 --> 00:22:24,335
And I'm not going to tell
you how to play your game.
346
00:22:24,417 --> 00:22:27,150
If I feel the need to tell
somebody something, I'll do it.
347
00:22:27,153 --> 00:22:29,932
<i>I'm a very processed person
so if you came to me and said:</i>
348
00:22:29,967 --> 00:22:33,145
<i>"Look, we want to form this alliance
and we want you to be a part of it</i>
349
00:22:33,192 --> 00:22:34,747
<i>and we want you to vote out Rob. "</i>
350
00:22:34,749 --> 00:22:38,295
<i>I'm going to hear it for what it
is and then I'm going to step back</i>
351
00:22:38,296 --> 00:22:41,055
and I'm going to go
through how you got there.
352
00:22:41,056 --> 00:22:42,521
It's called corRoboration.
353
00:22:42,522 --> 00:22:46,163
Right now there are three people.
Tell me who the other votes are?
354
00:22:46,263 --> 00:22:49,126
- Phillip, relax.
- Just answer my question.
355
00:22:49,284 --> 00:22:51,569
- I'm sorry we said anything.
- First of all...
356
00:22:51,570 --> 00:22:54,277
answer my wuestion right now you
don't have vote, per three of us.
357
00:22:54,312 --> 00:22:56,517
- You don't know anything.
- You need to inform me.
358
00:22:56,518 --> 00:22:59,399
The fact that you're getting
this at attitude with us.
359
00:22:59,400 --> 00:23:00,987
You don't need to be having
that attitude with us.
360
00:23:00,988 --> 00:23:02,887
-
First of all...
- The talking to us like a children.
361
00:23:02,888 --> 00:23:05,560
****
362
00:23:05,592 --> 00:23:08,213
You know what? You need to pipe that.
363
00:23:08,342 --> 00:23:10,075
You need to pipe that
thing about an attitude.
364
00:23:10,076 --> 00:23:13,056
I'm a grown man. I'm 52
years old. I've been around.
365
00:23:13,057 --> 00:23:15,720
I've been an agent like I told
you before and what I learned
366
00:23:15,721 --> 00:23:18,020
throughout my career
is you ask questions.
367
00:23:18,021 --> 00:23:20,806
I don't have any
information to give you.
368
00:23:20,841 --> 00:23:23,475
I don't need two people talking at once.
369
00:23:23,510 --> 00:23:26,511
Okay, I'm sorry. You go, Christine away.
370
00:23:26,512 --> 00:23:27,930
- Thank you so much.
- I'm not allowed to talk
371
00:23:27,965 --> 00:23:29,196
- while you're talking.
- All right, go ahead.
372
00:23:30,220 --> 00:23:32,690
Right now, there are three people.
373
00:23:32,725 --> 00:23:36,102
I'm not going to go up and just
for the hell of it say, "Rob,"
374
00:23:36,137 --> 00:23:39,761
and the rest of them, "Phillip" They've
still got the votes to get me out.
375
00:23:39,796 --> 00:23:41,582
You know, what? Here they come.
376
00:23:41,617 --> 00:23:44,368
We had an agreement to wait and
talk about this until we lost.
377
00:23:44,403 --> 00:23:47,196
- We're your friend here.
- We're done.
378
00:23:47,231 --> 00:23:50,891
We're done with this
conversation for now. All right?
379
00:23:56,033 --> 00:23:59,525
<i>I don't know how it happened,
how diget stuck with the old</i>
380
00:23:59,560 --> 00:24:04,212
<i>annoying guy in the
droopy fuchsia briefs.</i>
381
00:24:04,247 --> 00:24:07,032
<i>He's such a pain in my ass.</i>
382
00:24:07,218 --> 00:24:09,984
Did I mention that we're
in an alliance together?
383
00:24:10,019 --> 00:24:12,656
How awesome.
384
00:24:20,928 --> 00:24:23,208
Come on in, guys!
385
00:24:33,741 --> 00:24:36,572
You guys ready to get to
your first immunity challenge?
386
00:24:36,607 --> 00:24:37,631
- Yes.
- Absolutely.
387
00:24:37,666 --> 00:24:40,666
Here's how it works. On
my go, each tribe will push
388
00:24:40,701 --> 00:24:45,087
four blocks along the track
to build the base of a temple.
389
00:24:45,122 --> 00:24:49,213
You'll then run up the steps,
where one person will use an axe
390
00:24:49,248 --> 00:24:53,174
to chop a series of ropes,
releasing another set of steps.
391
00:24:53,209 --> 00:24:56,498
You'll then make your way to
the top, where you will race to
392
00:24:56,533 --> 00:25:00,327
complete a block puzzle,
completing your temple.
393
00:25:00,362 --> 00:25:04,747
First tribe to get it right wins
immunity, is safe from the vote.
394
00:25:04,782 --> 00:25:08,982
Losers go to tribal council, where
somebody will be the first person
395
00:25:09,017 --> 00:25:12,609
voted out and the first person
sent to Redemption Island.
396
00:25:12,644 --> 00:25:15,391
This is what you want right here.
397
00:25:15,403 --> 00:25:20,189
This little statue guarantees
your safety in this game.
398
00:25:20,224 --> 00:25:24,803
When you're in possession of
immunity, you can't be voted out.
399
00:25:24,838 --> 00:25:26,872
Without it, you are vulnerable.
400
00:25:26,907 --> 00:25:31,821
In addition, the winning tribe
wins fire in the form of flint.
401
00:25:31,930 --> 00:25:35,666
All right, give a minute to
strategize, and we'll get started.
402
00:25:40,585 --> 00:25:44,428
All right, here we go!
For immunity and fire.
403
00:25:44,843 --> 00:25:49,501
Survivors ready? Go!
404
00:25:51,489 --> 00:25:53,220
- Go, go, go.
- You've got four blocks.
405
00:25:53,221 --> 00:25:56,585
You've got to get them to
this wall one at a time.
406
00:25:56,667 --> 00:25:58,562
They are very heavy.
407
00:25:58,596 --> 00:26:01,965
Zapatera with a bit of a
lead right out of the gate.
408
00:26:02,000 --> 00:26:06,204
- Keep going.
- Gotta hit the wall. Go!
409
00:26:06,638 --> 00:26:08,779
- Ometepe, you're good.
- Go, go, go, go!
410
00:26:08,814 --> 00:26:12,132
- Let's go, guys. Come on!
- Push on that side.
411
00:26:12,277 --> 00:26:14,960
- Push!
- Everybody's got to work together.
412
00:26:15,013 --> 00:26:18,257
- Go!
- A very deceiving challenge.
413
00:26:18,318 --> 00:26:22,669
It looks like these would just duplied
over these tracks but they don't.
414
00:26:22,801 --> 00:26:27,677
Ometepe slowing down. Zapatera
still with a bit of a lead.
415
00:26:28,393 --> 00:26:30,534
You're good!
416
00:26:30,729 --> 00:26:34,980
- Ometepe dig in! Let's go!
- Push it, baby, push it.
417
00:26:35,699 --> 00:26:37,950
You're good!
418
00:26:39,203 --> 00:26:42,172
Zapatera doing a very good job.
419
00:26:42,206 --> 00:26:43,907
One, two, three.
420
00:26:43,942 --> 00:26:47,059
Strength really making a
difference for Zapatera.
421
00:26:47,094 --> 00:26:49,680
Got it! Push!
422
00:26:49,714 --> 00:26:53,442
- Zapatera has their third block!
- Come on, guys, we got this.
423
00:26:53,443 --> 00:26:56,194
- Ometepe really slowing down.
- Go!
424
00:26:56,635 --> 00:26:59,785
- Keep digging!
- Push!
425
00:26:59,904 --> 00:27:02,106
Go!
426
00:27:02,141 --> 00:27:04,863
- Let's go, Ometepe.
- Come on, guys.
427
00:27:04,873 --> 00:27:07,755
- Push!
- Let's catch them.
428
00:27:07,756 --> 00:27:09,591
- Come on, keep going.
- Come on guys, push!
429
00:27:09,592 --> 00:27:11,995
- Go, go, go!
- Drive!
430
00:27:12,451 --> 00:27:15,008
- Go.
- Push!
431
00:27:15,040 --> 00:27:18,465
- Zapatera, you're good.
- Go.
432
00:27:18,901 --> 00:27:23,126
Ometepe has their last block.
They have fallen behind.
433
00:27:23,161 --> 00:27:26,106
- Let's go, let's go.
- Come on, go, go, go.
434
00:27:26,351 --> 00:27:29,447
- Ralph working on the rope now.
- Come on, Ralph!
435
00:27:29,519 --> 00:27:32,955
Ometepe completely out of it right now.
436
00:27:32,990 --> 00:27:37,917
- Come on!
- Ralph not waste anything time.
437
00:27:38,025 --> 00:27:42,398
- Zapatera with a big lead.
- Come on, come on.
438
00:27:42,433 --> 00:27:45,777
- Go, go, go.
- Keep it going.
439
00:27:46,129 --> 00:27:47,917
Keep going. Come on now, don't quit.
440
00:27:47,918 --> 00:27:51,125
You want to see the pattern
on the outside of this puzzle.
441
00:27:51,142 --> 00:27:54,167
You want the soiled
colors to be on the inside.
442
00:27:54,202 --> 00:27:55,714
The bottom corner. ****
443
00:27:55,715 --> 00:27:58,681
Ometepe still pushing their last block.
444
00:27:59,497 --> 00:28:02,585
You're good. Let's go, Ometepe.
445
00:28:02,969 --> 00:28:04,652
Come on, Matt, come on!
446
00:28:06,157 --> 00:28:09,131
Matt working on the ropes for Ometepe.
447
00:28:09,166 --> 00:28:12,007
- Go, go, go.
- You better pick it up, brother!
448
00:28:12,042 --> 00:28:14,493
- There you go, Matt.
- Keep going.
449
00:28:14,528 --> 00:28:15,769
- Here!
- Let me.
450
00:28:15,783 --> 00:28:19,466
Zapatera working on their
puzzle with a big head start.
451
00:28:19,937 --> 00:28:22,101
Okay, we got this, come on.
452
00:28:22,155 --> 00:28:27,153
Matt working his way trough
those ropes. He's got one left.
453
00:28:27,675 --> 00:28:30,858
There it is! Let's go!
You're still in this!
454
00:28:30,882 --> 00:28:32,079
Come on, baby!
455
00:28:32,257 --> 00:28:37,124
Ometepe has a great puzzle maker in Rob.
456
00:28:37,159 --> 00:28:40,823
Is Rob strong enough
to bring his tribe back?
457
00:28:40,892 --> 00:28:42,037
- Tell us what to do.
- ***
458
00:28:42,493 --> 00:28:46,418
- David bark the orders for Zapatera.
- This one good goes right here.
459
00:28:46,465 --> 00:28:49,975
Rob is leading Ometepe, as expected.
460
00:28:50,139 --> 00:28:52,689
Help me get this out.
461
00:28:54,099 --> 00:28:57,139
Ometepe is not panicking.
They're working together.
462
00:28:57,142 --> 00:28:59,053
- Perfect.
- Hey!
463
00:28:59,077 --> 00:29:04,460
Zapatera had a gigantic
lead. And it is gone.
464
00:29:04,495 --> 00:29:06,655
Guys, guys, we got this. Stay in it.
465
00:29:06,656 --> 00:29:09,300
Russell, Russell got it.
Ok. I'm listening to him.
466
00:29:09,321 --> 00:29:13,890
Russell is now calling the shots.
It is Russell and Boston Rob.
467
00:29:13,892 --> 00:29:16,809
This is where patience and
experience comes into play.
468
00:29:16,844 --> 00:29:17,901
Come get this piece.
469
00:29:17,902 --> 00:29:19,979
Nobody wants to go to
tribal council tonight.
470
00:29:19,980 --> 00:29:22,477
Nobody wants to go to Redemption Island.
471
00:29:22,478 --> 00:29:24,807
- ***
- Look, look, look.
472
00:29:25,337 --> 00:29:29,222
- This could be a very close finish.
- Come on, come on!
473
00:29:29,494 --> 00:29:32,799
Russell slides in another
piece. Are they right?
474
00:29:33,103 --> 00:29:36,040
- Yeah!
- Zapatera wins Immunity!
475
00:29:36,075 --> 00:29:40,200
Yes, baby! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
476
00:29:41,015 --> 00:29:44,403
One, two, three! Zapatera!
477
00:29:48,929 --> 00:29:52,487
Congratulations, Zapatera.
First immunity win.
478
00:29:55,905 --> 00:29:57,926
Nobody going home from Zapatera,
479
00:29:57,927 --> 00:30:01,355
in addition fire will
get a whole lot easier.
480
00:30:03,779 --> 00:30:07,035
Zapatera, grab your
stuff. Head back to camp.
481
00:30:07,070 --> 00:30:09,297
All right, Ometepe,
tribal council tonight.
482
00:30:09,381 --> 00:30:13,885
Somebody from your tribe will be the
first person voted out of this game,
483
00:30:14,266 --> 00:30:16,769
the first person sent
to Redemption Island.
484
00:30:16,804 --> 00:30:19,697
Grab your stuff, head back to
camp. I will see you at tribal.
485
00:30:19,791 --> 00:30:21,885
<i>We are stronger than they are.</i>
486
00:30:21,980 --> 00:30:25,079
<i>We're faster than they are.
We're smarter than they are.</i>
487
00:30:25,114 --> 00:30:29,794
I know how Boston Rob thinks.
Right now, he's thinking oh, crap.
488
00:30:29,832 --> 00:30:32,654
<i>I'm stuck with a bunch of weenies.</i>
489
00:30:42,163 --> 00:30:46,077
<i>Yeah, so we lost the first
challenge today, which totally sucks,</i>
490
00:30:46,167 --> 00:30:50,077
and in a way, like, I don't know if
other people feel this way, but, I feel
491
00:30:50,112 --> 00:30:54,610
like we let Rob down. It's weird, but
you want to please your leader, I guess.
492
00:30:54,611 --> 00:30:58,452
But it sucks we have to go
to tribal council tonight.
493
00:31:03,266 --> 00:31:05,484
- I just want to tell you.
- Okay.
494
00:31:05,631 --> 00:31:11,606
- I have a hidden immunity idol.
- How is that possible?
495
00:31:11,641 --> 00:31:13,785
- I found it.
- Where?
496
00:31:13,820 --> 00:31:16,621
- I just found it.
- When did you get a clue?
497
00:31:16,656 --> 00:31:18,711
I didn't get a clue. I
found it without a clue.
498
00:31:18,800 --> 00:31:21,742
But, listen, what I think
we should do, after carefully
499
00:31:22,103 --> 00:31:24,477
thinking about everything, I don't
know if we can trust the girls.
500
00:31:24,478 --> 00:31:27,423
I think we should get all
the money to vote for me.
501
00:31:27,520 --> 00:31:32,086
You, me, and big mouth
over there all vote for Rob.
502
00:31:32,212 --> 00:31:35,543
And they try and vote me
out, and I'll play the idol,
503
00:31:35,544 --> 00:31:39,701
- and boom, like this whole game turns.
- Yeah, wow. You have the idol?
504
00:31:39,736 --> 00:31:42,809
Yeah. Okay? So I don't want
to talk to you too long.
505
00:31:42,857 --> 00:31:45,147
But I think this is our only option.
506
00:31:45,182 --> 00:31:49,233
<i>I was totally shocked that Kristina
had the idol, but I'm amazed</i>
507
00:31:49,268 --> 00:31:51,272
and it's totally made my day.
508
00:31:51,332 --> 00:31:56,727
So she's really, she was really excited
about using it to blindside Rob tonight.
509
00:31:56,762 --> 00:32:00,122
And as much as it is, like, a
fun and that would be amazing
510
00:32:00,207 --> 00:32:03,600
and feel really awesome in the
moment, he is a strong competitor,
511
00:32:03,635 --> 00:32:05,269
and we still need him.
512
00:32:05,313 --> 00:32:09,504
It's your immunity idol so, you
know, whatever you want to do.
513
00:32:09,650 --> 00:32:12,523
But I think that Natalie
is the weakest one.
514
00:32:12,558 --> 00:32:17,599
I think that if we do Rob tonight,
everyone is going to be pissed off.
515
00:32:17,634 --> 00:32:18,780
We don't have numbers.
516
00:32:18,859 --> 00:32:21,644
It's still just you me, it's
still just you, me, and Phillip.
517
00:32:21,696 --> 00:32:23,930
That doesn't get us anywhere.
518
00:32:23,964 --> 00:32:27,000
I'm going to do what you want to do.
I just want you to think about it.
519
00:32:27,034 --> 00:32:30,710
I don't want us to committed right now
just because, really think about it.
520
00:32:30,711 --> 00:32:33,908
All right, tentatively we'll do Natalie.
Let me pond her for a few minutes.
521
00:32:33,909 --> 00:32:37,394
Think about it. We have time. Just
know you're not going home tonight.
522
00:32:37,395 --> 00:32:39,966
Yeah, I know I'm not going home tonight.
523
00:32:39,967 --> 00:32:42,724
That I've known for a while.
524
00:32:42,880 --> 00:32:46,288
Voting Natalie is better for the
tribe. Voting Rob is better for me.
525
00:32:46,429 --> 00:32:50,120
There are so many different ways to go.
526
00:32:50,163 --> 00:32:53,634
But, I would love to vote Rob
off tonight. I would love to.
527
00:32:54,002 --> 00:32:59,638
I would just love to. Just
like... Neah! You know.
528
00:33:02,744 --> 00:33:05,773
Hey, who are you guys
thinking of voting for tonight?
529
00:33:08,122 --> 00:33:10,514
I don't know.
530
00:33:11,345 --> 00:33:13,582
- I'm open to discussion.
- We'll talk about it.
531
00:33:13,617 --> 00:33:15,697
All right.
532
00:33:25,202 --> 00:33:28,120
<i>Originally, I wanted
to vote Francesca off</i>
533
00:33:28,218 --> 00:33:30,728
<i>because the very first time I met her,</i>
534
00:33:30,911 --> 00:33:32,913
<i>she stood up on the mat,
looked at Jeff, and said,</i>
535
00:33:32,914 --> 00:33:34,928
<i>"I don't want to play with
him because he's too sneaky. "</i>
536
00:33:34,929 --> 00:33:39,274
She knows my game so I don't want
someone like that on my tribe.
537
00:33:39,427 --> 00:33:43,013
<i>But after thinking about it some more,
the second we landed on our beach,</i>
538
00:33:43,478 --> 00:33:46,312
Kristina was the one looking
through all the supplies,
539
00:33:46,314 --> 00:33:49,635
looking for the hidden
immunity idol. She's dangerous.
540
00:33:49,670 --> 00:33:53,757
She knows strategy. She knows
to get out there and work for it.
541
00:33:53,792 --> 00:33:55,820
To me, I don't need
someone like that with me.
542
00:33:55,855 --> 00:33:58,082
I'll tell you this, the
second we landed on the beach,
543
00:33:58,392 --> 00:34:01,497
Christine athe first thing she did,
she was looking through the sewing kit.
544
00:34:01,568 --> 00:34:05,066
- I know, that's what I thought.
- I wouldn't put it past her to have it?
545
00:34:05,067 --> 00:34:07,134
- To have it?
- I think they have it.
546
00:34:07,135 --> 00:34:11,126
I think they have it, and even
if they don't, there's no reason
547
00:34:12,673 --> 00:34:14,739
why we shouldn't split the vote
and be safe, you know what I mean?
548
00:34:15,911 --> 00:34:20,076
The guys are voting for
Francine. Yeah, Francesca.
549
00:34:21,104 --> 00:34:24,868
We're voting for Fran. You
guys are voting for Christine.
550
00:34:24,903 --> 00:34:27,376
Does everybody understand
that? I got so screwed
551
00:34:27,377 --> 00:34:29,849
last season because one
person didn't understand.
552
00:34:29,884 --> 00:34:31,672
Go through it again.
553
00:34:31,707 --> 00:34:35,298
- Don't let anybody try to, like...
- Bamboozle you.
554
00:34:35,329 --> 00:34:38,452
Yeah, that's it. This is us. That's it.
555
00:34:38,487 --> 00:34:40,850
- We're good.
- Oh my God!
556
00:34:41,870 --> 00:34:46,604
When you're in this, what I
call the hyper state of arousal,
557
00:34:46,641 --> 00:34:48,959
When you're in a survivor
environment, you're losing weight,
558
00:34:49,044 --> 00:34:50,994
you're thirsty, you're
suffering from dehydration,
559
00:34:51,432 --> 00:34:54,874
things can sometimes flare
up, and what have you.
560
00:34:55,349 --> 00:34:58,285
But I realize I still
haven't gotten the answer they
561
00:34:58,319 --> 00:35:02,679
originally said to you, as well as
to Francesca, which is I'm with you,
562
00:35:02,714 --> 00:35:04,526
if I know who that other votes are...
563
00:35:04,561 --> 00:35:08,194
All right, Phil, come on. Come
here. I've got something to show you.
564
00:35:08,229 --> 00:35:10,037
- No, no.
- Come on, come on.
565
00:35:10,072 --> 00:35:12,307
All right, show me.
566
00:35:14,052 --> 00:35:16,503
- Okay.
- You don't need the votes.
567
00:35:16,537 --> 00:35:19,172
We've got them right here.
You know what this means?
568
00:35:19,207 --> 00:35:21,174
This is the hidden immunity idol.
569
00:35:21,209 --> 00:35:25,463
What it means is that yours,
mine, and Francesca's votes
570
00:35:25,498 --> 00:35:28,515
will decide who goes
home. Do you understand?
571
00:35:28,549 --> 00:35:31,632
<i>I'm extremely nervous telling
Phillip about the idol.</i>
572
00:35:31,667 --> 00:35:35,789
He came up to me and said, "I've
done my analytical thing, and we
573
00:35:35,823 --> 00:35:39,680
don't have the votes", I didn't want
him to switch or do something weird.
574
00:35:39,999 --> 00:35:43,919
<i>I don't know, I don't trust the guy,
and that's why I hated telling him.</i>
575
00:35:43,998 --> 00:35:46,791
<i>I just felt I had to tell him.
I didn't have a choice there.</i>
576
00:35:46,835 --> 00:35:52,577
He had to get some reassurance, that
he has some power here in this game.
577
00:35:52,612 --> 00:35:55,910
With your brain and, like, the
way you think, and, I mean, just
578
00:35:55,944 --> 00:36:00,466
you helping me and we could
go all the way if we wanted to.
579
00:36:00,682 --> 00:36:06,546
- You know, like, you have my support.
- Okay, cool.
580
00:36:06,581 --> 00:36:08,393
- All right.
- Another hug.
581
00:36:08,881 --> 00:36:12,015
Hopefully he'll just keep a
lid on it. That was a risk.
582
00:36:12,016 --> 00:36:14,826
<i>He can't handle the information.
He can't keep it on the downlow.</i>
583
00:36:14,830 --> 00:36:16,469
He's a spaz about it.
584
00:36:16,668 --> 00:36:20,257
He's a spaz about everything, if
you really want to know the truth.
585
00:36:20,268 --> 00:36:22,125
Oh, god.
586
00:36:25,845 --> 00:36:28,670
<i>In the tribe's best interest,
it may not necessarily be</i>
587
00:36:28,671 --> 00:36:31,034
<i>the best interest to get rid of Rob.</i>
588
00:36:31,069 --> 00:36:34,882
But is it in the interest of Phillip
Sheppard and company who came to play
589
00:36:34,917 --> 00:36:37,307
a game and make some bold moves.
590
00:36:37,995 --> 00:36:41,540
<i>And I think the longer Rob is
around and solidifying those girls</i>
591
00:36:41,575 --> 00:36:46,141
<i>and that whole thing, I'm weakened,
and so I need to get rid of him now.</i>
592
00:36:46,897 --> 00:36:50,703
Good-Bye, Rob. And you're
looking at the new leader.
593
00:36:50,738 --> 00:36:53,291
Of our tribe.
594
00:37:10,985 --> 00:37:14,704
Behind each of us is a torch. Go ahead
and grab a torch and approach the flame.
595
00:37:14,812 --> 00:37:17,468
Dip it in and get fire.
596
00:37:19,153 --> 00:37:22,717
This is part of the ritual of
tribal council, because in this game,
597
00:37:22,809 --> 00:37:25,684
fire represents your life.
598
00:37:25,685 --> 00:37:29,404
When your fire's gone, so are you,
with a slight exception this season,
599
00:37:29,405 --> 00:37:32,931
Redemption Island,
which we will talk about.
600
00:37:34,741 --> 00:37:38,426
All right, Rob, what happens
when you first get to camp?
601
00:37:38,461 --> 00:37:42,220
Right to work. Right
away. Phillip set the tone.
602
00:37:42,255 --> 00:37:43,920
Everybody's pitching in.
603
00:37:43,955 --> 00:37:46,788
And we've got a pretty damn good
shelter built the first night.
604
00:37:47,026 --> 00:37:50,358
So, Phillip, did you just naturally
assume the leadership role?
605
00:37:50,586 --> 00:37:53,765
Not necessarily the leadership
role, but if I see work
606
00:37:53,800 --> 00:37:55,658
that needs to be done, I'll suggest it.
607
00:37:55,793 --> 00:37:59,804
So, Matt, is Phillip the
leader for now around camp?
608
00:37:59,839 --> 00:38:02,769
I mean, if you're
doing something that is
609
00:38:02,803 --> 00:38:05,224
counter-productive,
he'll call you out on it.
610
00:38:05,259 --> 00:38:09,148
And it's not well received
on the very first day.
611
00:38:09,650 --> 00:38:12,134
Francesca, let's talk
about the different reasons
612
00:38:12,135 --> 00:38:14,619
you might vote someone out tonight.
613
00:38:15,077 --> 00:38:18,200
We need to keep the tribe as
physically strong as possible.
614
00:38:18,235 --> 00:38:21,918
And so, that implies that
a woman is going to go, but,
615
00:38:21,986 --> 00:38:24,758
I mean, we're going to have
to wait and see what happens.
616
00:38:24,793 --> 00:38:27,238
Kristina, how are you feeling
tonight going into the vote?
617
00:38:27,614 --> 00:38:29,110
I don't feel safe at all.
618
00:38:29,145 --> 00:38:31,318
I have my stuff right
here because there's
619
00:38:31,319 --> 00:38:33,492
a very good possibility
I'm going to go home.
620
00:38:33,849 --> 00:38:37,204
Rob, a lot of talk about
the guys having a free pass.
621
00:38:37,239 --> 00:38:39,468
I would put an asterisk
next to your name.
622
00:38:39,507 --> 00:38:40,764
Of course.
623
00:38:40,866 --> 00:38:43,905
It could be me walking away, and
there's nothing I can do about it,
624
00:38:44,039 --> 00:38:45,844
but that's the game.
625
00:38:45,879 --> 00:38:49,355
Francesca, let's talk
about Redemption Island.
626
00:38:49,426 --> 00:38:51,648
Now when you vote
somebody out, they could
627
00:38:51,649 --> 00:38:53,870
come back to either help or haunt you.
628
00:38:53,871 --> 00:38:56,172
Yeah. It's definitely adding a level of
629
00:38:56,173 --> 00:38:58,473
complexity and it
completely changes the game.
630
00:38:58,568 --> 00:39:01,999
If boston Rob got voted out
tonight, which he's not going to,
631
00:39:02,096 --> 00:39:03,875
but if he did, he
would probably be fine.
632
00:39:04,036 --> 00:39:07,544
We could all feel there's a good chance
he's going to come back into the game.
633
00:39:07,601 --> 00:39:11,092
I have an issue with that
statement she just made because
634
00:39:11,127 --> 00:39:16,926
Francesca and Kristina asked
me to cast my vote for Rob.
635
00:39:16,961 --> 00:39:18,333
- That is not true.
- Excuse me.
636
00:39:18,368 --> 00:39:19,690
- I asked you to...
- Excuse me,
637
00:39:19,725 --> 00:39:23,130
I didn't interrupt you while you spoke.
I want to finish what I was saying.
638
00:39:23,217 --> 00:39:25,124
Kristina, did I ask him to vote for Rob?
639
00:39:25,152 --> 00:39:27,789
- Absolutely not.
- Excuse me!
640
00:39:27,790 --> 00:39:30,226
- You are a crazy person.
- Excuse me.
641
00:39:30,227 --> 00:39:32,664
I'm going to interrupt you
Phillip. I don't respect you.
642
00:39:32,665 --> 00:39:35,316
I'm going to say what I want to
say when I want to say it, I'm sorry.
643
00:39:35,317 --> 00:39:38,623
Jeff, I'm a former special agent
so if I make a statement to you
644
00:39:38,624 --> 00:39:42,581
I'll make sure to adhere to
that and I will not betray.
645
00:39:42,582 --> 00:39:45,899
I'll go down on a sinking ship
before I do that until I hear
646
00:39:45,999 --> 00:39:49,012
something different and I
just heard something different
647
00:39:49,013 --> 00:39:52,919
so my vote tonight
will be for Francesca.
648
00:39:52,948 --> 00:39:55,920
- Francesca.
- Francesca.
649
00:39:56,264 --> 00:40:00,235
I don't want Phillip to jump
down my throat now, but Phillip
650
00:40:00,288 --> 00:40:02,883
just kind of had a major
freak out of nowhere and
651
00:40:02,884 --> 00:40:07,412
puts into people's mind that maybe
there's a little instability there.
652
00:40:07,413 --> 00:40:12,226
- Excuse me, you and "Francuesca"
- Francesca.
653
00:40:12,346 --> 00:40:17,635
...approached me to go along with them
because she has an immunity idol.
654
00:40:19,913 --> 00:40:21,586
And that's why they approach me with it,
655
00:40:21,587 --> 00:40:24,740
they took me to it and
they showed it to me.
656
00:40:25,325 --> 00:40:29,342
- So, Kristina, you do have an idol?
- I do have an idol.
657
00:40:29,377 --> 00:40:31,878
- Who is that news to?
- I didn't know.
658
00:40:31,913 --> 00:40:33,076
We didn't know.
659
00:40:33,111 --> 00:40:35,963
So that was the plan, you two were
going to get together and vote me off.
660
00:40:35,964 --> 00:40:37,524
- No.
- Yes, Rob.
661
00:40:37,525 --> 00:40:40,567
I haven't heard you defend yourself.
662
00:40:40,602 --> 00:40:45,439
I had no intention of voting you out,
and Kristina, can you attest to that.
663
00:40:45,440 --> 00:40:47,610
- That's absolutely true.
- Phillip.
664
00:40:47,645 --> 00:40:50,137
I told him that I was
going to vote for you,
665
00:40:50,138 --> 00:40:52,629
but I was actually going
to vote for Natalie.
666
00:40:52,664 --> 00:40:54,946
Excuse me, Rob. You
just heard what she said.
667
00:40:54,981 --> 00:40:56,765
I had no knowledge what
she was really going to do.
668
00:40:56,800 --> 00:40:59,195
And now you're trying
to say I'm unstable.
669
00:40:59,213 --> 00:41:03,318
No, I'm quite rational. And guess what,
I was going to vote for "Francuesca"
670
00:41:03,319 --> 00:41:04,623
- Because that...
- Francesca.
671
00:41:04,776 --> 00:41:08,371
Francesca, my mouth is dry and
I've been getting treatment for it.
672
00:41:09,447 --> 00:41:11,691
I'm done, Jeff, I have
nothing further to add.
673
00:41:11,692 --> 00:41:14,597
- Nothing?
- I'm done with it.
674
00:41:14,797 --> 00:41:17,661
Rob, you have to be sitting
there thinking who do I believe?
675
00:41:18,133 --> 00:41:21,551
Phillip is pretty
adamant about his story.
676
00:41:21,694 --> 00:41:24,498
Francesca has adamantly denied it.
677
00:41:24,641 --> 00:41:27,992
Kristina really hasn't
defended herself at all...
678
00:41:27,993 --> 00:41:29,299
- It was something...
- You haven't.
679
00:41:29,343 --> 00:41:33,247
It was something what we considered.
We would be idiots not to.
680
00:41:33,282 --> 00:41:36,097
But it's not something that
we were going to do tonight.
681
00:41:36,132 --> 00:41:40,877
You have the immunity
idol? Let me see it.
682
00:41:43,257 --> 00:41:45,343
- This is the immunity idol?
- Yes.
683
00:41:45,378 --> 00:41:47,443
- And you're saying that he's lying.
- Yes.
684
00:41:47,595 --> 00:41:50,928
Okay, give me the immunity
idol and you'll stay.
685
00:41:51,774 --> 00:41:54,737
Give me the immunity
idol, and you'll stay.
686
00:41:55,866 --> 00:41:58,468
Why should I trust you and
more than you should trust me.
687
00:41:58,469 --> 00:41:59,631
I can't do that.
688
00:41:59,632 --> 00:42:02,130
I'm just saying by
you not giving it to me
689
00:42:02,255 --> 00:42:04,175
it makes me think that
you're not telling the truth.
690
00:42:04,271 --> 00:42:06,711
- That's ridiculous.
- It's yours.
691
00:42:08,005 --> 00:42:10,052
Obviously, somebody's lying.
692
00:42:10,087 --> 00:42:13,168
So you have an idol and it may
save you for three more days.
693
00:42:13,744 --> 00:42:18,435
But... I'm going to do what I said
I was going to do with the people
694
00:42:18,470 --> 00:42:22,307
that I said I was going to
do it with. And that's it.
695
00:42:22,697 --> 00:42:25,904
This has been one was most
amazing tribal councils.
696
00:42:25,905 --> 00:42:29,052
I have absolutely no idea
what is about to go down.
697
00:42:29,212 --> 00:42:33,119
Let's get to the vote.
Andrea, you're up.
698
00:42:48,489 --> 00:42:51,457
Man, it feels so good to
play with you amateurs.
699
00:42:51,492 --> 00:42:53,055
You give away so much.
700
00:42:53,090 --> 00:42:55,409
You don't even know enough
to keep your mouth shut.
701
00:42:55,444 --> 00:42:58,411
Thanks for the memories.
702
00:43:11,423 --> 00:43:16,857
You might make it through this tribal
council, but probably not the next one.
703
00:43:27,619 --> 00:43:31,161
I had planned on voting for
you or Boston Rob tonight, but
704
00:43:31,198 --> 00:43:36,953
your crazy outburst has spared
Natalie. I hope to never see you again.
705
00:43:43,053 --> 00:43:46,067
I'll go tally the votes.
706
00:43:53,914 --> 00:43:56,972
If anybody has the hidden immunity
idol, and you want to play it,
707
00:43:56,973 --> 00:44:00,018
now would be the time to do so.
708
00:44:06,081 --> 00:44:08,714
Okay, once the votes are
read, the decision is final.
709
00:44:08,715 --> 00:44:10,287
The person voted out
will be asked to leave
710
00:44:10,288 --> 00:44:14,164
the tribal council area
immediately. I'll read the votes.
711
00:44:16,312 --> 00:44:19,545
First vote, Kristina.
712
00:44:22,362 --> 00:44:25,785
Kristina. That's two votes Kristina.
713
00:44:26,813 --> 00:44:30,485
Francesca. One vote Francesca.
714
00:44:32,039 --> 00:44:35,340
Phillip. One vote Phillip.
715
00:44:37,318 --> 00:44:41,220
Francesca. Two votes Francesca.
716
00:44:42,650 --> 00:44:48,395
We're tied. Two votes Phillip, two
votes Kristina, two votes Francesca.
717
00:44:49,118 --> 00:44:53,123
Kristina. That's three votes Kristina.
718
00:44:54,928 --> 00:45:00,873
Tied again. Three votes Francesca,
three votes Kristina, two votes Phillip.
719
00:45:01,067 --> 00:45:03,563
One vote left.
720
00:45:07,219 --> 00:45:11,048
First person voted out of
"Survivor: Redemption Island,"
721
00:45:12,693 --> 00:45:16,482
Francesca. You need
to bring me your torch.
722
00:45:21,111 --> 00:45:24,191
Francesca, the tribe has spoken.
723
00:45:27,023 --> 00:45:29,284
You will have a chance
to re-enter this game.
724
00:45:29,285 --> 00:45:31,705
Take your torch. Head
to Redemption Island.
725
00:45:31,706 --> 00:45:34,758
Good-Bye, you guys.
Don't trus
t Phillip.
726
00:45:42,151 --> 00:45:45,489
Well, good news, flint will be
waiting for you back at camp.
727
00:45:45,681 --> 00:45:49,733
Grab your torches. Head
back to camp. Good night.
728
00:46:01,124 --> 00:46:04,534
<i>Stay tuned for scenes
from our next episode.</i>
729
00:46:04,741 --> 00:46:08,948
<i>Next time on "Survivor":
Russell meets his match.</i>
730
00:46:09,037 --> 00:46:11,574
I don't like how you are coming at
me. I know how to play this game.
731
00:46:11,575 --> 00:46:12,945
This old boy out here does, too.
732
00:46:12,946 --> 00:46:15,328
<i>And Phillip meets his.</i>
733
00:46:15,791 --> 00:46:19,111
<i>While at Redemption Island, every
week is a fight to stay alive.</i>
734
00:46:19,248 --> 00:46:21,526
This is it, do or die time.
735
00:46:21,572 --> 00:46:25,783
This is the first step in
your journey to get even.
736
00:46:26,559 --> 00:46:29,802
To get a second chance in this game.
737
00:46:36,762 --> 00:46:39,414
<i>Wow. I don't know what to say.</i>
738
00:46:39,415 --> 00:46:42,440
<i>I guess I should have trusted
my instincts from the beginning,</i>
739
00:46:42,441 --> 00:46:45,172
<i>which was, you know, that Phillip
wasn't someone to be trusted.</i>
740
00:46:45,173 --> 00:46:47,239
<i>I have no idea what's going to happen.</i>
741
00:46:47,240 --> 00:46:49,910
<i>I don't know when the next
person comes to Redemption Island.</i>
742
00:46:49,911 --> 00:46:52,320
<i>I have no idea what
the duel is going to ***</i>
743
00:46:52,321 --> 00:46:54,765
Oh God!