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Survivor: Cook Islands- Survivor Live, Episode 7Page 3
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The next clip we see is Stephannie singing “Amazing Grace.” It’s beautiful. However, why didn’t they hang on to this clip for five minutes when it’s Stephannie’s turn? Jenna recalls that in her season, Joanna sang to them and although some of the others didn’t care for it, Jenna really liked it.
Nate is described by Dalton as social and competitive. He takes the games personally and plays hard. Jenna thinks he’s balancing well between playing hard yet remaining likable. The hosts hope he avoids regressing into Bob-Dawg-like smack talk. No one has a great feel yet for why Nate was the one kidnapped last week and they can’t wait for an Aitu player to get booted so they can find out.
Caller Leyeo from Houston speaks of Dalton’s appearance on TV Guide’s Immunity Challenge (he finished second), and she also saw Jenna’s appearance on Celebrity Paranormal. Caller Leyeo thinks Gary Busey is sweet on her, but Jenna thought he was being more paternal.
Jenna swoons over Ozzy, calling him cute once again and comparing him to Ethan, especially in the way he is playing. Boy, I gotta program a function key to generate that phrase, it seems to keep coming up.
Dalton doesn’t agree Ozzy is playing like Ethan. He says, “Ethan never would have thrown a challenge, and never would have butt heads with Billy (so outwardly).” Jenna agrees, “Ethan would have never ever thrown a challenge.”
Alas, if Jenna hadn’t been so nice to me earlier I might have to ponder that statement and Ethan's actions in episode five of Survivor: Africa. To his credit, Ethan told Kim Johnson how he was morally conflicted over the idea. But, back to this season.
Jenna thinks Ozzy is in trouble of being sent home soon and the way his role as a provider is being played up, it may come back to haunt him. She figures he’s a huge challenge threat when the game goes to the individual stage. Jenna says that in her Amazon season, Joanna was seen as an individual immunity threat, and that’s one reason she was targeted pre-merge. She also mention that Ozzy is part of the minority alliance and also that he could be a victim of Billy karma.
Leanna from Canada sees the Ozzy-Jonathan relationship as similar to the one of Palau Tom and Ian. Dalton feels that Jonathan sees Ozzy as a threat and will try to oust him at some point, whereas Tom was ready to take Ian to the end. The hosts revisit Ian’s self-booting move, and it’s still pretty inexplicable.
Parvati’s flirting is the next topic. Jenna says she’s doing it successfully, the first one to do so since herself. Jenna says although she was flirting with the guys, she made sure the girls such as Deanna and Heidi who she was aligned with were not offended.
Dalton asks Jenna who looks better in a bikini, herself or Parvati. She says Parvati, because she’s younger. I stand by my gal Sundra, even if she hardly ever gets on camera for any extended periods of time. Jenna says that as long as no one younger than her ever wins the game, she’s happy because she wants to keep her record as “youngest winner” (she was 21 when she won).
Ricky from Chicago says Jenna looks better than Parvati and he wins a buff from Dalton. He asks Jenna when she used her sex appeal in the game, besides stripping for peanut butter. She says Heidi was working Dave and Alex… and Rob. She admits to working Dave herself. She suggests, “Maybe it was a tag-team thing.”
Jenna calls Rebecca the silent one. Dalton doesn’t understand why the women’s alliance didn’t last. I’d say the same for her ethnic alliance. Both hosts note she seemed to resent the invasion from the other tribe the most. Bottom line, there isn’t much to comment about Rebecca, who has had as little screen time as anyone.
Sundra may have worked herself into the main alliance, but the hosts don’t think so. I must disagree; Sundra has taken Flica’s place in the primary Aitu alliance. We know this because she now votes with the majority, and before she did not. The hosts also think she’s a potential “flipper” at the merge. That one could happen; it may depend on how many original Hiki members make it that far. She’s another one who has barely spoken on camera at all.
Yul was Dalton’s pre-game pick to win. He calls him smart and tells us he was the only player that figured out the ethnic twist before it was announced. Dalton calls him strong and social, and able to do things subtly. Jenna calls him boring and thinks they’ll gun for him until the idol is played. Jenna hasn’t decided who her favorite is yet.
Mark from Montreal also prefers Jenna over Parvati. Sorry, no buff. He notes she doesn’t have the red mark on her face and Jenna says she has no bad winds. The caller notes that although the show is popular in Canada (where it’s always in the top ten), Survivor has not had any Canadian players. Well, Kel was Canadian-born, I believe, but wasn’t here long. Caller Mark notes that even The Apprentice has had a Canadian contestant, not that we’re all that proud of Brent.
Jenna isn’t sure why Mark Burnett is so adamant about not having Canadians on the show and hopes he’ll change his mind one day. She also knows we have no tax on the winnings. Too bad Survivor: Borneo winner Richard Hatch didn’t know about that one!<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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