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Survivor: Cook Islands – Survivor Live, Episode 8Page 3
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Prompted by Dalton, Brad suggests vintage dressing for Probst, including a plaid vintage western shirt, some demin, distressed boots, and the cowboy hat he’s wearing this season. Dalton then asks Brad’s opinion of his own all-black clothing. He says, “You’re a great guy, Dalton, but you and I need to have a heart-to-heart after this.”
Reflecting on Probst’s statements, Brad admits he’d rather be known as honest and truthful rather than as a manipulative, conniving jerk. It would be difficult for him to live if he’d been like that.
Caller Neal in California learns that Brad was “totally stoked” to find out he was going to be part of the jury. He leaks that it will be between someone who will connive and deceive, and someone who will be honest. His vote is going to the latter person.
Dalton has calculated that having 12 contestants left implies a 10-person jury, and a possible tie. Scenario one, will there be a tiebreaker? Jenna calls that, “Lame, for a million dollars.” Scenario two is having a final three. He adds, a tie is still possible. Third, could someone be voted on the jury, or off the jury? Jenna doesn’t like those options, either.
Dalton’s next point is that the final two could be Ozzy and Sundra, two people Brad had no interaction with on the show. Jenna jokes that the winner should be Ozzy, because he’s so cute! Brad suggests it should be one with the best fashion sense!
Jenna suspects there will be three in the final and there won’t be a tie. It will be interesting to see how it’s worked out. The third segment begins with Jenna threatening Brad with tickling, in order to learn how those potential jury complications are worked out. He responds with an enigmatic smile.
Next up is the “minus 10” feature, where Dalton reads 10 rapid-fire categories for Brad to comment on, each in less than 10 words. Here’s how it went:
Jenna isn’t dressed up special, she’s just in a basic red tee shirt that says “INSPI(RED)” and black jeans. A good job by Brad – he’s very well spoken.
David from New York has called to ask Brad’s favorite challenge. He quickly responds, “The zipline.” Jenna asks if swinging your legs doesn’t slow you down and Dalton’s response is that Ozzy and Nate had the best position. Brad adds that the wrestling challenge was pretty hardcore as well. He says he felt a little bad afterward, but Jenna tells him not to because Ozzy “is probably made of steel.” Dalton moans.
The next caller asks if he would have reunited with Yul and Becky at the merge. Lord, is no one screening these calls? We’re repeating everything this week! It’s the same stuff, except that Brad calls Yul and Becky “fantastic human beings.”
The hosts discuss their favorite players, Yul and Ozzy. Dalton sees the need to point out that he loves Yul in a different way than Jenna loves Ozzy. Jenna thinks the Aitu tribe is in trouble, though. Dalton says it seems like no alliance holds strong this season. When Jenna continues to express doubts about Aitu’s future, Dalton says, “Three words: hidden immunity idol!”
Young Cassidy in Illinois ought to be in school. Then again, after she picks up basic reading skills she’ll probably learn anything else she truly needs to know from watching Survivor anyway! She asks if they think Adam and Parvati will stay loyal to Raro, or will they join with the mutineers? There never really is an answer given, but Jenna says, “Kill Whitey!” and Brad laughs. Dalton thinks it’s different if they don’t lose the challenge, and quickly segues to a clip of the “Depth Charge” challenge.
Dalton asks how long the challenge lasted, guessing about 20 minutes. Brad says it was two, two-and-a-half hours. Their boat was stuck and unmoving for about 15 minutes, and the wind and current were tough. Dalton asks Brad who did which task on the boat and he says they switched around.
Dalton notes that Yul figured out it was better to sight down the drop chute rather than through the glass bottom. Brad says, “Yup, Yul’s super-human too.”
Brad tells Dalton that Jonathan was losing his cool with Jeff Probst a little over an hour into the challenge. Jenna says, now that he’s shown Probst that he has the ability to get under his skin, Jeff will probably zero in on him at Tribal Council.
Alex in New York thinks Brad is gorgeous and wonders if he’ll vote for someone who is not on Raro. Brad says he tried to leave with class and style. He reiterates that his vote is going to someone who’s played “an honest and truthful game.” He claims he only lied once in the game.
Dalton says lying isn’t necessarily a bad thing; it’s all in how you do it. Jenna says there’s levels of lying, and some level is “almost acceptable” in the game.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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