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Survivor: Cook Islands- Survivor Live, Episode 6Page 3
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Dalton is not defending her but wonders again what Jenny’s intentions truly were. Jenna says even if you don’t know Cristina’s history, you don’t go there with a cop. Additionally, “It’s a very cowardly way to pick on someone, because they can have no retaliation.” Cao Boi notes that in other votes Jenny has also included little diagrams, and thinks it’s probably not maliciously intended, but just immature.
Maybe, but I’m with caller Rick on this one. Even if her crime is merely being thoughtless, I say she has some serious explaining and apologizing to do. Whew, some heavy topics are coming up this week!
Ashley from Oregon asks Cao Boi, was he comfortable making “Plan Voodoo” on the assumption Jonathan had the idol? Yes, he believed Yul when he claimed not to have the idol. Cao Boi insists he would have continued to work to flush out the hidden idol and understands why Yul went after him. Dalton says it was a good plan because Cao Boi was already a target and needed to deflect attention elsewhere. Jenna asks why he was a target and he says it was either Flica or himself.
It’s time for more of “Probst’s Thoughts,” and this time Cristina is the subject. Jeff says he liked Cristina the minute he met her. “She takes life seriously, maybe a little too seriously at times,” he says. Jeff respected that she held her ground and fought for what she believed in. Cristina appreciates these thoughts. Both players like Jeff Probst a lot.
Dalton asks Cristina if being a police officer affected how others perceived her. She suspects, “I think it played a big factor. It overshadowed who I was as a person.” “It was more about me the cop” and says no one else was referred to as, say, “Becky, the real estate lawyer.”
Ricky in Chicago wants the tied vote situation clarified. Cao Boi says they “duel” to resolve it (usually a race to make fire). Jenna says they used to revote, but the two who tied were immune. As far as I know, Cao Boi has it right for the current show.
Cao Boi details for us that his plan called for the guys were to vote for Candice and the ladies for Jonathan – split by gender, to keep it impersonal.
This brings us to the final segment. Cao Boi reveals his presence on Survivor was foreseen by many Vietnamese fortunetellers. They told him that around age 41-42 (he’s 42) he would be in a situation, jail-like, where people would be eliminated all around him. But he would survive it and never have to worry about money again. Umm… wow.
Cao Boi is looking forward to being judged by the whole world and Jenna notes he scores high in the CBS popularity poll. Actually, he was ranking high earlier on but now he has dropped back into the pack. Parvati has assumed a tiny lead over Yul. Me, I just don’t get the whole Parvati thing, my tastes run more to Ms. Oakley!
Cristina says she’s getting plenty of ribbing from her fellow cops, but it also comes with a lot of support from Survivor fans.
The clip is run from the start of this week’s episode where Cristina is displeased how she was at being called “annoying” at the previous Tribal Council. Adam insists she doesn’t say “please.” The hosts commiserate with her. Cristina says she opened herself up and if the worst that happens is she cried a bit, that’s not so bad.
Cristina says both Adam and Jenny have a way of talking that deflects attention from themselves and onto others.
The next caller is “Big Daddy” from Alabama, who does Jenna’s MySpace page. Jenna plugs her upcoming VH1 appearance on Sunday the 22nd, 10PM. He wonders why Nate and not Cristina was the one kidnapped by Aitu and thinks it was a bad decision. Cristina and Jenna agree with Big Daddy.
Dalton suggests Cristina is the strongest female; so if he were in Aitu, then letting Raro vote her off is fine by him. No one else agrees. Cao Boi says they all liked Nate. Dalton disagrees, saying, “I can’t believe that with Yul and Jonathan and Becky, that this would be a decision based on who they want to hang out with. It’s got to be strategy all the way. So what’s the strategic reason?”
Jenna notes Aitu doesn’t need Nate’s strength because they are already winning most of the challenges. She thinks that by removing Cristina from the equation and forcing Raro to make a quick decision, they might make a mistake and vote out someone like Adam. I’m guessing it would probably have been Rebecca going, but it would have been interesting to see how some of the folks in multiple alliances like Parvati, Adam and Jenny would have voted.
Todd from Georgia is surprised he’s on the air. He uses many words to ask how it feels to be eliminated. Cristina says, “It sucked!” Cao Boi says, “I don’t get to continue my adventure any further, so it’s time for a new one. It’s fine for me.”<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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