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Survivor: Cook Islands – Survivor Live, Episode 14Page 3
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Jenna asks what’s next for Becky. She wants to bring attention to women’s rights, especially in the areas of battered women. She is an attorney in that field in D.C. and has recently incorporated a non-profit organization. It’s called “Becky Lee Women’s Support Fund.” There is a website coming, but it’s still under development. Becky says she’s putting her winnings into the effort. Jenna asks if she and Ozzy get the same money – they don’t, Ozzy gets more.
The segment ends with the promise of Ozzy coming up next. Jenna can hardly wait.
In another “Probst’s Thoughts” segment, Jeff says he liked Ozzy early on and predicted he would do well. Jeff liked Ozzy’s story, his pride in his ethnicity and that this game seemed made for him. That said, all these factors made it difficult for Ozzy to do well. Jeff respects the way he fought to overcome these factors, and thinks kids will want to be like Ozzy.
Ozzy insists it’s not fair that he’s not there, and can’t even see the hosts. All he sees is a camera with a happy face on it. I think that’s unfair – they ought to have had a representation for Dalton as well…
Dalton congratulates him on a well-played game and asks Ozzy what he thinks it came down to when the jurors were making their decision. Ozzy thinks he spent too much time fishing and not enough time politicking. He says, “If there was anyone to lose to, I’m glad it was Yul.”
Jenna isn’t so comfortable with that and blames Adam for Ozzy’s loss. She thinks that’s a bad reason to vote someone a million dollars. In my book, standing by your word is a correct action, because a man’s word ought to mean something.
Jenna calls Adam’s vote “the swing vote.” Ozzy points out that Candice and Sundra didn’t vote for him either, so there were several swing votes. Ozzy says he tried to convince Adam that the decision to keep him over Jonathan was a group decision, and not just Yul’s. However, he wasn’t successful.
Dalton says that we know Parvati voted for Ozzy and asks him if he knows who else voted for him. Ozzy says, “I don’t know for sure, and this is all speculation, and just based off of what people have told me and when people have come up to me and said things… I got the vote from Jenny, Rebecca, Parvati, and Nate.” I suspect he is correct but we’ll probably never know for sure. For some reason, the votes are not shown on the CBS site any more, nor are they on Insider.
Jenna tells Ozzy that the tribe stayed safe because he kept winning challenges. He says he was aware of that; it was what he saw as the nest value he brought to the game. When the mutiny happened, that was the most important challenge to win.
Ozzy also showed his worth by providing ample food. He tells us Becky actually gained two pounds. Ha!
Dalton asks if Ozzy gave thought to Adam’s plan to force out Yul’s hidden idol. Ozzy doesn’t quite answer that question, but he does tell us that post-game, he wonders if he should have been more sneaky and given thought to working with Adam and Parvati. However, he was committed to seeing the Aitu four end up as the top four.
Ozzy says he’s glad it only came down to one vote. He feels if it had been a landslide, he’s have trouble living with that. Jenna says, “We haven’t had a close vote like that in quite some time, and it’s quite exciting.”
Latina Joanna from San Diego asks what homemade food he missed the most while in the game. He says he missed being able to make a taco. They had so much fish, but he wanted to be able to wrap it in something warm. He also missed bread, ice cream, and dreamed about banana splits. Jenna jumps in, “Me too! We’re soulmates!”
Young Ali from Kansas City is back again. She asks if he ever swam competitively. Ozzy says just one season as a little kid, but he was captain of his high school diving team and went in statewide competitions. He’s always liked swimming, but just not competitively.
Dalton comments on Jonathan and Ozzy not seeing eye-to-eye. Ozzy says they did connect on film, literature, art, and music, and he “almost looked up to him like a father figure sometimes.” Ozzy notes they both have strong personalities and they did rub each other the wrong way at times. He says Yul and Jonathan talked strategy alone right from the beginning.
Dalton asks Ozzy if he ever considered not trying full-out on reward challenges. Ozzy didn’t want to look back with regrets that he hadn’t always tried his best. He was surprised no one else grabbed the large chunks of mud at the bottom of the pool. Ozzy confirms that in the heat of the moment, there is no time to look around at other buckets and see how anyone else was doing.
Mary in Florida wonders if Yul got more credit for masterminding Jonathan’s ouster than was merited. She wonders if he, Becky, and Sundra considered it possible that Yul would take Jonathan to the end as someone who is easily beatable. No, they didn’t consider that. The plan was to only keep Jonathan for a couple of votes until he was no longer needed, and then he was gone.
Ozzy says he didn’t know Yul had the hidden idol until he showed it to them.
Ozzy thinks lawyer Yul is articulate and intelligent, and that Yul outperformed him at final Tribal Council. Jenna disagrees. She’s sure the votes were pre-determined (Ozzy agrees) and thinks they were equally impressive in front of the jury. I agree with Jenna this time.
Ozzy wonders if there was some animosity among jurors who were beaten by him in the challenges. He feels he didn’t play up how hard it was to be fishing successfully all the time; he now thinks he made it look too easy.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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