|"Jocks and Nerds"|
|Season||Survivor: The Australian Outback|
|Episode Number||3/13 (016)|
|First Broadcast||October 5, 2014|
|Previous||No Strategy Allowed|
|Next||Rewarding The Weak|
Jocks and Nerds is the third episode of Survivor: The Australian Outback.
Day 6 (Night)
Kucha return from tribal council having just voted out Rose. Although the tribe seem to accept their weakest member has left, several members are angered that other had deceived them earlier in the day. Chelsie, who feels hurt that certain individuals targeted her at tribal council decides to speak up.
- So what was all that about guys?- Chelsie
- What was what about?- Neil
- I don't know. Maybe the whole thing about me causing problems because I'm making alliances or whatever...- Chelsie
- That was just Rose saying it...- Cindra
- But YOU were in agreement with her!- Chelsie
- No I wasn't considering I didn't write your name down!- Cindra
- So you wrote my name down... (laughs)- Carlson
- Yes, yes I did. I was under the impression you were going home, and the person who told me this didn't seem to stick by their word. So I'll be talking to them later about it.- Cindra
|“||As soon as Cindra spoke up I was like "Oh my God, she's going to reveal me for what I am... It's over for me." But thankfully "Crazy Cindra" can keep her mouth closed when it needs to be closed... I need to explain to her she completely misunderstood what I was saying because Carlson was nowhere near my chopping board.||”|
- Well guys, all I can say is tonight we voted a bit differently... Which is good. Maybe we can do this in the future, but lets all start fresh tomorrow, no more accusations about alliances or manipulators. Ok?- Neil
- Yeah, I'm good with that...- Reniero
- Fine...- Chelsie
|“||Tonight tribal made perfect sense while being totally out of sense at the same time! The fact that four out of seven voted for myself and Carlson is dangerous... Had they been a bit brighter and come together it easily could have been he or I that left tonight. I think it's clear now that myself Alia and Carlson should work together to take out the others... Starting with the next weak link which is Cindra.||”|
The tribe spend their morning relaxing, trying to "start fresh" as Neil had recommended. During this time, Alia and Cindra volunteer to go and collect water for the tribe, while Chelsie, Carlson, Neil and Reniero stay behind. Carlson decides to interrogate both Neil and Reniero, keen to discover which of them had told Cindra to vote for him, unaware that Cindra had actually got her instructions (although misunderstood) from Alia.
- So, uh... Which of you voted me last night?- Carlson
- I don't think this is really going to help the group to discuss who voted who...- Neil
- So it was you?- Carlson
- What?! No... But that's besides the point.- Neil
- It was me.- Reniero
|“||I decided to flat out tell Carlson today that I wrote his name down. He acted as though writing his name down was this ... wrongdoing that needed to be punished. It was truly laughable to see his face when I told him that it was me. I'm not afraid of him, or his little alliance with Chelsie... If need be I'll find who Neil is voting each round and I'll make sure it works to my advantage...||”|
- So who told you to vote me?- Carlson
- Why does someone need to be told how to vote... I did it because of my own personal feelings.- Reniero
- Which was what?- Carlson
- That I haven't bonded with you like I have with the others...- Reniero
- But I haven't bonded with you either Reniero and you didn't vote me.- Chelsie
- Which is why you were my backup vote...- Reniero
|“||When I told Chelsie that she was my backup vote... (laughs) She looked horrified at how honest and open I was being. It's actually a lot more fun this way, we should have these open style discussions more often... I love knocking people off their high horse.||”|
|“||Reniero seems to have it out for me in this game... Which sucks because he's quite a strong individual so it's not like I can just get him out... If I did the tribe would suck even more then it is now. I'm just thankful that our now-weakest member Cindra was one of those to target me... But I just need to work out why and who told them... Reniero denies it was him... For some reason I believe him... But... Who knows? Maybe he's just a good liar.||”|
Off by the water source, Cindra begins to quiz Alia on what had occurred at tribal council. Alia informs Cindra that she misunderstood what she was saying, and that she was actually targeting Chelsie.
- So then who did you vote last night?- Cindra
- Uh... Rose- Alia
- But if you were targeting Chelsie why did you vote Rose? Why bother talking to myself and Rose about the vote?- Cindra
- Because... I wanted to vote with you guys but... Rose was too weak! She caused two losses.- Alia
|“||When I, uh... questioned Alia on her vote last night she basically showed herself out to be a liar... Someone that I really cant trust in this game. She came to myself and Rose and told us about Carlson and Chelsie... Yet she votes Rose!? They call me crazy, well she's crazy! (laughs)||”|
|“||I really screwed myself over last night... I think my fears got in my way and I've now caused myself issue. I don't think anyone particularly trusts me in this game anymore, and they'd be right to because clearly I cant handle the paranoia. Neil's advice of starting fresh is just sounding so much better as the day goes on... And now... I'm in a position where I just have to lay low and side with Carlson and Chelsie... (sighs and places her head in her hands)||”|
Alia and Cindra return to camp having collected the water. Chelsie notices Alia looking nervous, bringing about her suspicious that Alia may be playing multiple sides within the tribe.
|“||Originally after the vote I assumed our group of three had all stuck together, simply because our votes fell into place. But the more I thought about it... Alia seems like the perfect candidate to screw up this game... She spent time with Rose and Cindra, she goes off with Cindra after Cindra herself had claimed that she would CONFRONT whoever had told her to vote Carlson... And now she walks into camp looking like she c****ed her pants! If this is the case then I no longer feel secure being in this three person alliance, because now I know one member could break off and tear everything apart.||”|
The tribe spend the rest of their day doing camp chores, with no strategy spoken of due to everyone being within a close proximity. Reniero decides not to question Cindra, feeling as though she could screw everything up for him.
Ogakor spend their day making sure that the camp remains in peak condition, with Curt taking much pleasure in the tribe doing work as opposed to lazing about. Ned and Victor leave the camp in order to collect water, Laurencia and Johna go off to fish, Chelsie and Georgia clean the tribes kitchen utilities while Curt and Farrell mend the shelters roof, which has slightly dropped since its construction. While fixing the roof, Curt questions Farrell on his friendship with Laurencia, believing it to be problematic for their alliance. Farrell assures Curt that he is with them, and that he would be happy to vote out Laurencia at their first tribal council. Curt however openly states that he feels Farrell is lying, and that he would rather keep her around for his own wellbeing.
|“||When we set up this alliance of four, I had these fears concerning Farrell. Two days later I feel as though these fears have become a reality because he is lying through his teeth when he says he'd vote out Laurencia. When we get to tribal council he'll do whatever he can to save them and he'll go after Georgia, Victor or the loud mouth black girl. There's a part of me right now that wants to injure Farrell so badly that he wont be able to compete any more in this competition.||”|
|“||When I gave my word to Curt, Ned and Clarity... I meant it. I'm sticking with them until the merger. But for Curt to accuse me of not being with them... It just p***es me off! Laurencia is one of my favorite people on this tribe. Now I don't see it likely for our tribe to vote more then three people out before the merge comes... If those three people are Georgia, Victor and Johna... I see no problem with that. I've kept my word to my group while keeping Laurencia around. Curt just cant take the thought of his arch-nemesis lasting around longer than him... Well I cant wait for the merge to come just so we can all outlast Curt, a week in and he's seriously grating on everyone.||”|
Over by the water source, Victor attempts to create a friendship with Ned. He begins by making jokes, hoping that Ned will appreciate Victor's presence more after being amused by him. However, Ned fails to break a smile at Victors jokes, and instead resorts to giving off a fake laugh in an attempt to humor Victor.
|“||Victor is... quite awkward to be around. He has quite poor social skills in that when he talks to you, its almost as if you're talking to someone who hasn't left the house is twenty years. I don't particularly enjoy his presence around camp, and this trip to the water well was enough to really tell me that, uh... He and I wont be friends anytime soon.||”|
|“||I'm trying to widen my bonds within the tribe for my own game, and for social experience. I seem to have a good relationship with Johna and Laurencia, but felt I needed a guy on my side. Ned is the least... Grrrr, type macho man out of the three of them... So I felt he was my best bet of a male friend in this game. I felt it went alright, I mean he did laugh at one of my jokes which was quite good... (unsure laughter)||”|
While fishing, Laurencia and Johna both discuss its difficulty, worried that returning to their tribe empty handed will give Curt more ammo to use against them.
- I aint gonna catch nothin' with this stick- Johna
- How does Victor do this...?- Laurencia
- Lord knows. More chance of Curt massaging our feet tonight then catchin' anything!- Johna
- Maybe we should go get the boys to help...- Laurencia
- Then Curt can laugh at us... Nuh-uh...- Johna
|“||So myself and Laurencia tried to fish, but sadly didn't get nothin'. In the end when we returned to the camp and showed our empty sacks, we saw a smirk come off Curt's face. He probably did a I told you so face, I didn't look long enough to check. Mhmmm... Oh well, on the bright side if we have no food then his a** goes hungry.||”|
Ogakor begin to notice the food shortage taking its toll, with their low supply of rice and inability to catch much fish causing the hunger to truly take effect, even with the strongest members proving too weak to work long hours.
Reward: Water Torture
Each tribe races to carry jugs of water across thin planks above the river without falling off. After a person successfully makes it to the end of the planks, that person's water jugs are put onto a pole balanced across the shoulders of the opposing tribe's designated "water bearer." As the game progresses, the weight becomes overwhelming: the water bearer who endures the weight the longest, without falling off the platform, wins.
Reward: Fishing equipment
|Reward Challenge: Water Torture|
|Outcome||Tribe||Water Bearers||Transporting The Water||Loaders||Sit Outs|
Alia, Carlson, Chelsie, Cindra
Clarity, Curt, Georgia, Victor
Kucha return to camp having just won the reward challenge, and their first challenge of the series. All six members appear ecstatic at the result, with Neil stepping up to make a quick comment, congratulating the tribe members, particularly Reniero, who was able to outlast Farrell when it came to bearing the weight placed upon his shoulders. Reniero remains modest, claiming that it was the whole tribe who got the win, not just him. Cindra goes off to use the new fishing gear, believing her supplying food will help strengthen her position within the tribe. Neil retires to the shelter where he takes a nap, wanting to relax after achieving a win.
|“||We won our first challenge today, and when we got back I was given all the glory... which of course I responded to with expected modesty. However I do totally agree with Neil, the win was down to me, and I got us this fishing gear (laughs) ... If that hasn't bought me more time in the game then I don't know what will.||”|
Chelsie, Alia, Carlson and Reniero sit by the shelter, discussing the tribes performance, believing that the addition of protein to their meals will allow them to get an advantage on their competitors, allowing them to make up for losing two members.
- It's going to be so good knowing that... While we're eating fish... they're not (laughs)- Alia
- (laughing) I was honestly happy to just get more food, but I guess that's another positive!- Reniero
- That's if we actually get some fish...- Carlson
- You don't think Cindra will catch any?- Chelsie
- I'm just saying the addition of gear doesn't guarantee success...- Carlson
|“||Why count your chickens before they hatch, right?||”|
|“||I'm getting fed up of Carlson. We're sitting around having a chat about how good today's win was... Then he comes out with this pessimistic s**t about us not getting fish... If he were the one to get the win today I'm sure he'd have been gloating, but because it's someone else he cant accept it, so wants to ruin it for all of us... And then he wonders why I tried to vote him out!||”|
- Why do you have to always put a downer on things man?- Reniero
- Me!? I'm sorry for my honesty then, Jesus.- Carlson
- There's a difference between honesty and just being sh***y!- Reniero
- Right, sorry I forgot how much you hate honesty. I just thought because you were happy to be honest earlier about your votes and thoughts that you wouldn't mind me sharing mine.- Carlson
- Let's all just leave it guys, we won... Let's be happy.- Chelsie
- I was being happy but this guy just cant for some reason...- Reniero
- "This guy"... (laughs)- Carlson
|“||Reniero and Carlson just went off at each other after the challenge because... I'm not really sure. I wasn't particularly aware that they disliked each other but... I guess this is one of our results of stabbing each other in the front as opposed to the back.||”|
|“||Reniero is a walking embarrassment. He causes problems when there doesn't need to be one, he has this vendetta against me when I haven't done anything to him... Like why do you feel the need to go after the guy who clearly doesn't match your physical ability... I'm not a threat to him, but I guess he perceives it differently. What's funny is he doesn't seem to realize the odds are already against him, and now he's just gone and loaded my gun for me... But before I could even suggest using it on him, in walks Cindra... And she goes off on one at me too!||”|
Cindra walks into camp, revealing two decently sized fish. Reniero quickly informs Cindra that Carlson "didn't believe she would catch anything", which Carlson quickly denies, stating that wasn't his comment. Alia then comes to Carlson's defense, while Chelsie remains quiet, simply observing the situation. Cindra angrily walks off from Carlson, lying next to Neil in the shelter in an attempt to avoid him.
|“||I'm hurt... I really am... I seem to try again and again to show these kids that I can run with them but they always either stir up the situation against me or give me no credit for my efforts. So I decided to do the only rational thing I could think of... I took the fish and threw them back to the water from whence they came...||”|
After Cindra dumps the fish without anyone noticing, Neil questions their whereabouts. Cindra heavily denies knowing the location of the fish, leaving her tribe mates puzzled, although they all suspect that in spite she dumped them in the river.
|“||Today was possibly the messiest day of my life. I... I find it honestly hard to even explain todays events because I'm a little unclear on how they came about, or what actually went on. All I know is... we won... we fought about winning... we caught fish... the fish vanished... arguments continued... It's just a typical day on Kucha...||”|
The tribe return to camp having just lost their first challenge. Each tribe member appears deflated after the lost, finding it hard to accept defeat to a tribe whom appeared to be much weaker based on appearance. Johna laughs about the fact that they lost the reward they needed most, but Victor assures her and the tribe that he will attempt to catch larger fish using their basic kit. Johna and Laurencia agree to make food for the tribe using a corn like substance they collected during the first raid. Johna begins to voice her opinions out loud, claiming that it was a mistake to sit both her and Laurencia out, as it wasn't a physically demanding challenge, and they could have potentially helped load Kucha's buckets quicker, adding more weight to Reniero's load.
- Honestly, and this is meant with the upmost respect. But I don't feel your participation would have particularly changed that result for us.- Clarity
- Well we wont know that now...- Johna
- No I think we know that you would have still lost it for us...- Curt
- Oh really, ok... If that's your opinion (smirks)- Johna
- It is my opinion. You and your friend both have proven to be the weak links, and you'd have screwed it all up for us.- Curt
- Oh we're the weak links? Really? Says the guy who performs averagely in almost every challenge we've done. The guy who struggled to eat a damn apple in the immunity challenge! And if we're the weak links mister I have all the answers then why the hell would you let us participate in the immunity challenge as opposed to the reward challenge!?- Johna
- Because without the fishing gear we're going to starve! And when we starve it wont matter who is and who isn't competing in the challenges!- Curt
- Whatever I'm done with chu'- Johna
|“||As a tribe we've experienced a loss for the first time. Today's challenge was vital for our future in this game, and it went badly. We had our strongest people in the challenge and still lost because the other tribe has that six foot something Hispanic guy holding all their weight. Then we get back to camp, to hear trash and trashier run their mouths about how THEY would have won it for us! It's honestly laughable!||”|
|“||I don't feel that today's challenge would have gone our way, regardless of who was competing... But I think Johna was entitled to her opinion, which in all honesty was valid... She and myself as the supposed weak members should compete in rewards, not immunity. My only worry is that Johna has no off button, so once she and Curt got going I knew there was no way she was going to back down.||”|
The whole tribe stand around in silent as Johna stand and throws her spatula down, before squaring up to Curt. The two continue to argue, making everyone feel uncomfortable around them. Johna furiously claps her hands while arguing, causing Curt to label her as "ghetto trash", sending Johna into an even worse state, before Laurencia and Ned are forced to separate the two, sending them off in different directions.
|“||I swear imma beat his a**!||”|
|“||Johna and Curt just went off on one today. I was busy placing my things away when suddenly they just set it all off and before I knew what to do they were up in each others faces, screaming at the top of their lungs. As much as I see Johna's points in that Curt is a jerk... He handled himself well... And she just came across as this aggressive.... Monster.||”|
Laurencia takes Johna down to the riverbed in order to calm her down. Johna eventually breaks down into tears, burying her face in Laurencia's shoulder, admitting how embarrassed she is over her behavior. Laurencia tells her not to worry, and that her emotions simply got the better of her. Johna tells Laurencia that she wants to quit the game, and that she cant last much longer being around Curt, while being deprived of food and the comfort her family bring her.
|“||I miss my kids. I miss my kids so much. I try and try each day out here to act my best but its gotten to the point that I just cant take it anymore. These people, with the exception of Laurencia and Victor, are just horrible people. They sit around and create this uncomfortable atmosphere in which I'm trapped. I don't need these people... I don't need no one in my life. I coped being a single mum and I can cope without this game or the money...||”|
Back at the shelter, Farrell, Clarity, Ned and Georgia sit together talking while Curt and Victor sleep. During the conversation Clarity blurts out about their alliance, requesting that Georgia joins them in order to get rid of Johna and Laurencia. Ned agrees with Clarity's decision, while Farrell remains nervous, but doesn't speak up, not wanting to offend Georgia.
|“||I took a risk today in talking openly about our alliance with Georgia. I have grown to generally like her these last few days, and after the fight earlier I'd much rather have her sticking around as opposed to someone like the older mums. Ned and Farrell both seemed ok with my decision, although a little shocked... But hey, if I want something done I'll do it... I wont be waiting around deliberating with them for an answer.||”|
|“||Clarity doesn't seem to have the ability to talk things through without carrying them out... She basically forced us to accept Georgia into the "alliance" today... Which kind of annoyed me because... Well I don't even know if I want to be in this alliance, and now she wants me to give my word to someone else... And on top of that its the person who is the laziest, and generally the only person who isn't really an asset to the tribe.||”|
The tribe continues to hold an awkward and tense atmosphere throughout the day, with Johna and Curt steering clear of each other. Curt accepts Clarity's decision to add Georgia to the alliance, although he admits Clarity is on thin ice when she makes such hasty decisions without consulting the group.
The tribes receive tree mail about their next immunity challenge. Ogakor are informed that they must sit two members out, with Curt volunteering himself immediately, while Clarity is chosen as the second option, with the group feeling confidence in Georgia who is gradually getting better when competing.
|“||After our last win, I think we're coming into this one feeling confident in our ability. We definitely have what it takes to really show Ogakor that this isn't a one sided competition.||”|
|“||I decided to sit out today because... Well... Johna felt that I'm not that good... So fine... Lets see how you do without me today. I fully expect we'll go to tribal tonight, and I'm excited that after nine days I'll finally be able to write down the names Laurencia or Johna...||”|
Challenge: Lock Step
The tribes race against each other through a series of obstacles, while attached together by a rope. In this challenge, a tribe is only as fast as its slowest member. The first tribe to successfully complete the course with all of its members across the finish line wins.
Information (Kucha): Alia, Carlson, Chelsie, Cindra, Neil and Reniero all perform well, proving that as a team they are able to work together effectively and efficiently.
Information (Ogakor): Farrell, Georgia, Laurencia and Victor perform well, while Johna slightly struggles to keep up, although she eventually picks up the pace. Ned performs badly, twisting his ankle on one of the obstacles, causing him to slow down, ultimately costing his tribe the win.
|Immunity Challenge: Lock Step|
Alia, Carlson, Chelsie, Cindra, Neil, Reniero
Farrell, Georgia, Johna, Laurencia, Ned, Victor
Ogakor return to camp having just lost their second consecutive challenge, and their first immunity challenge. Immediately upon their return, Curt cant help but to show his positive feelings towards attending tribal council, believing that it will mean Johna's elimination from the game. Laurencia, Johna and Victor sit in the shelter, watching a Ned nervously apologize to the group for his performance in the immunity challenge, understanding that he was largely responsible for their loss. The group generally take the apology well, with each member feeling that Ned was sincere in his apology.
|“||During todays challenge I busted up my ankle... uh, I feel it was me who slowed the tribe down... I screwed it up for us, and now I'm nervous it could mean I'll be the one heading home.||”|
Georgia heads down to the river to clean herself off, while Farrell begins to pack his bags for tribal council. Curt signals for Ned and Clarity to follow him off to the side in order to speak to them about the vote. Laurencia, having noticed Curt's blatant attempts to talk strategy, nudges her head towards the three as they walk off, with both Victor and Johna understanding that they are in trouble against the group that has formed opposite them.
|“||As we got back to camp we noticed straight away that Curt was heading off with Ned and Clarity. It weas clear what they were talking about, and that they were deciding which of the misfits to take out. I don't want to go home yet... It's the ninth day and I'm nowhere near ready to leave, and neither are Laurencia or Johna.||”|
- Johna tonight?- Curt
- I thought we'd go for Laurencia first?- Clarity
- No, no definitely Johna. You saw how she blew up the other day... Woman's a nut job.- Curt
- What do you think? (to Ned)- Clarity
- I'm just happy with whatever isn't me...- Ned
- Don't be stupid... You're not going anywhere.- Clarity
|“||Tonight we're heading to tribal council, as I predicted. Now it's perfect because I get to send home someone I truly dislike... I'm currently pushing for the lunatic that is Johna, while Clarity seems to want Laurencia gone... Honestly either are fine but I'll keep pushing for black beauty because... Well... She makes me nervous to go to sleep quite frankly. I do have concerns over Farrell wavering when it comes to the vote, but I have confidence that Georgia will vote with us because lets face it, she's got nowhere else to go...||”|
Back by the shelter, Laurencia decides to get the ball rolling with Farrell, trying to ensure that herself, Johna and Victor are able to stay in the game.
|“||I definitely feel in trouble tonight because myself, Johna and Victor have been isolated by a lot of the other tribe... And they've made it clear that when a vote occurs we'll be the ones heading home. However, I feel as though I have a good relationship with Farrell... So my best bet at this point is to target the one person he doesn't really talk to... which is Georgia. If we can at least get four votes her way, then the worst case scenario is a tie... And I personally feel that myself, Victor and Johna could easily defeat Georgia in a tiebreaker challenge.||”|
- Farrell...- Laurencia
- Yeah?- Farrell
- You know how you'll be voting tonight?- Laurencia
- At this point? No idea.- Farrell
- Well are you open to suggestion?- Laurencia
- Of course...- Farrell
- I think it would be best... to vote for Georgia- Laurencia
- Curt!- Johna
- No, Johna... it has to be Georgia...- Laurencia
|“||I'm trying to help Johna out, and she's blowing it by aiming for Curt, who is sadly safer then all of us tonight!||”|
|“||I get that Georgia is likely safe... ok, I'm not an idiot. But if there was even a chance we could vote Curt out tonight, then I was gonna take it! Y'know what I mean?||”|
- Honestly though, tonight... Georgia.- Laurencia
- Because she does little around camp?- Farrell
- Exactly! She brings the least out of all of us.- Laurencia
- And she's not exactly going to be a good person to have on our side when it comes to the merger is she?- Victor
- I, uh... I see your points. I mean I have thought about her... And I guess she's not going to be particularly missed.- Farrell
- Mmmmhm... So if not Curt then her, ok? You good?- Johna
- Well I'll have to think about it guys... I cant just say right now...- Farrell
- No, no of course... We understand.- Laurencia
|“||We tryin' to get Farrell on side, then he gotta be all shady like "Uh, yeah... Uh... maybe... I gotta think about it..." like grow some damn balls and speak out! If you aint with us just say!||”|
|“||Tonight I do feel a lot of the weight is on my shoulders. On one side I have three people I made a deal with... who expect me to vote for Laurencia or Johna... and on the other side I have someone who I feel close to in Laurencia... who wants me to vote for Georgia, who I have no real loyalty to, but because of Clarity I'm now considered the bad guy if I write her name down. The main problem with this game is being nice to people simply gets you into serious issues, because everyone expects to have your vote.||”|
At tribal council the clear division is the tribe becomes apparent based simply off their seating positions, with Laurencia, Johna and Victor off to the side, staying quiet for a majority of the discussion, until Curt decides to throw them under the bus by claiming that Johna and Laurencia slow the tribe down. Clarity backs up Curt's claims, suggesting that if she and Curt competed in the immunity challenge they'd have likely gotten a third win. Johna and Laurencia both are quick to defend themselves, with Johna once again bringing up that she recommended herself and Laurencia sat out for the immunity challenge, but their decision to sit them out for the reward challenge meant this wasn't possible, and that Curt and Clarity competed in that, which the tribe still lost despite their presence. Curt hints that he is concerned about Farrell's loyalty, believing him to somewhat be playing both sides. Farrell states that he entered tribal knowing how he would vote, and that he had been sure about his decision for several hours. After discussions about camp life once again turn sour, the whole tribe stay in silence as Johna verbally battles Curt, Clarity and Georgia, stating that Curt is chauvinistic, Georgia is lazy, and that Clarity's desperation to please others demonstrates "what an embarrassment she truly is". Georgia then states that Johna should be "ashamed", and that her children will be the one's embarrassed, causing Laurencia to get involved, berating Georgia for hitting low when bringing one's children into an argument that doesn't concern them. When it comes time to vote, it is revealed that the "stronger alliance" voted for Johna, with four votes going her way, while three votes are revealed for Georgia. Farrell's vote is the last to be pulled from the earn. In the end it is revealed that he cast his vote against Johna, sending her home in a 5-3 vote, deciding to stay with his original alliance as opposed to letting his friendship with Laurencia get in the way. Laurencia and Johna share an emotional goodbye, before Victor too hugs the single mother as she leaves the tribal council area, wishing her too friends "the best of luck".
Johna (5 votes)
Clarity, Curt, Farrell, Georgia & Ned
Georgia (3 votes)
Johna, Laurencia & Victor
|“||Weakest person, biggest attitude.||”|
|“||(singing) Sweet caroline... Duh-duh-duh... Good times never seemed so good!||”|
|“||Sorry that it had to be you... At the end of the day you caused just as much friction as Curt, and sadly you're the weaker of the two... Oh, and you're outside the alliance... But yeah, uh... (shrugs)||”|
|“||You're just mean...||”|
|“||You wanted to bring my kids into it... Well let me send this message loud and clear. My six year old has a greater mental ability then you do, and it'll stay that way regardless of how far you get in this game. If I go tonight then so be it, at least you revealed yourself for what you truly are.||”|
|“||Por favor Dios te sea...||”|
|“||I'm going to miss your singing... So that's a shame.||”|
|“||Hopefully its you going home tonight. You're just the laziest person and the least deserving of a position out here.||”|
|“||It's a shame to be going home so early, but at the end of the day I'm happy with my life so... I feel like a winner regardless. I know I said I wanted to quit, then I wanted to stay... I felt a little bipolar out here. It's all that lack of food! I be needin' my daily dose of delciousness! Anyway, I wish Laurencia and Victor the best of luck! Love you both, and I'll be seeing them after the show.||”|
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