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Survivor: Cook Islands- Survivor Live, Episode 11Page 2
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Jonathan did not trust Nate at all, Parvati barely, and saw himself as a target of the other two. “I went with the devil I knew,” he says.
Jenna asks if he sensed Ozzy’s hostility toward him, which we saw when they were hiding the food. Jonathan says he didn’t take it personally. Jonathan says Ozzy saw him as a threat.
Before the mutiny, Ozzy was next to go on Aitu. “He is an immunity monster and a fantastic competitor, and although I have some problems with him, there’s no question the guy deserves to go far in the game.” Jenna points out that no one makes it to the end alone, you need help from others along the way.
Jenna thinks Ozzy needs to go soon. She says he can come to her house, and Dalton says that maybe Ethan will want to get rid of Ozzy. After throwing a challenge and entertaining thoughts of flipping in next week’s promo, I’d have to agree it might be time to think about getting rid of him soon. At least one of Adam/Parvati has to go first, though.
Jonathan reveals that when Flica went, Ozzy was actually the target. However, Ozzy performed well in the challenge, provided a lot of food that day, “and Flica was a wild card that was driving some other people crazy.” So, the target shifted to her.
The second segment was, again, not posted on the website. I could rant about this, but why bother? What follows is from my iffy notes and my iffier memory.
The second segment begins with a graphic telling us of Jonathan’s acting career. He’s been on episodes of CSI, The Nanny, Seinfeld, and Arrested Development. There were also 45 episodes of Rude Awakenings.
Dalton says that many previous boots have had negative comments about Jonathan in the game. Dalton wonders what reactions he’s received outside of the game.
Jonathan says most people have been “very kind.” He hopes Nate sees the reasons for the moves Jonathan made. Jonathan recognizes his final comments were because he was upset at being blindsided.
He thinks Candice came across worse than he did in last week’s tirade. He remembers Adam calling him a rat and a cancer, which he didn’t appreciate. Jenna says the last couple of tribal councils have been brutal on a personal level.
Jonathan tells us that in an unaired part of a recent tribal council, he used a poker analogy. If we were playing poker for a million dollars and I bluffed you, would you take it so personally, and respond in this same way? Good point.
He puts it down to them being exhausted and playing a desperate game. If he’d said petty and immature, I’d not have argued. He says, “I’ve been called worse by better.”
Dalton repeats his opinion that Jonathan’s moves lacked subtlety. Jonathan says he was pegged from minute two on the show. Jeff told them on the boat that they could not touch the other team’s box, oars, or machete.
He remembered Rupert stealing shoes and felt the chickens were fair game. He didn’t think of it as a bold move, just a logical one. After that, he knew the under-the-radar game was not available to him.
Mike from Canada agrees with all Jonathan’s decisions in the game except for voting out Flica instead of Ozzy. He asks if he was aware he and Shane were both in the movie “Manhunt Seven.” It’s actually Bloodfist VII: Manhunt.
I can probably stop typing right now, as every single one of you has jumped up and rushed out to Blockbuster to rent the movie. But for the purpose of completeness, I shall soldier on in case you come back here in a couple of hours to find out how this ended.
Jonathan was not aware of this as Don “The Dragon” Wilson was the actor he worked with. He feigns shock that in this movie, he played a villain.
Heather in California wants to know if he’d like to change the editing in any way. Dalton likes the question and offers her a “Blast” game. Jonathan thinks he was edited “pretty fairly.” He wishes they hadn’t made it look like he was gargling beer at the auction, as it was mouthwash.
Jenna wonders if the editing at the food auction was a little slanted. Jonathan figures he won the auction and didn’t understand why the others weren’t bidding. He tells us he won a cola drink with the pizza. He wanted to respect the food (which he wanted to share, but it was not allowed), so he ate it all.
Jonathan clarifies for Dalton, he and Yul both gave money to Becky to buy the secret message. They don’t know why his part of that was not shown. Also, items were shown being sold out of sequence for no apparent reason.
Jonathan also tells us that other people won stuff. Specifically, Adam won breakfast and a power bar, and Sundra won cheese and crackers. It sounds to me like the editors messed up on the auction!
It’s noted that last week, Candice forgot to mention Jonathan’s role in the auction of what I call the “power paper.”
The clip of the immunity challenge (called “Flotsam and Jetsam”) is run. Mostly, people not named Ozzy fall magnificently and splendidly. Jonathan says Sundra was sore for days afterward.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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