[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Wednesday’s episode of Survivor: Cambodia—Second Chance.]
The twists just keep on coming. Just a few days after Survivor unleashed yet another tribe switcheroo on the Second Chance contestants, Jeff Probst forced the players to adapt once again when he announced a merge with 13 players left in the game.
That led to the biggest (in terms of population) Survivor Tribal Council ever, which was the first step in what will also lead to the biggest Survivor jury ever, as the person voted off also became the first of what will be a 10 person jury. And that person was Kass McQuillen.
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Sides were immediately drawn after the tribes merged into one, and some verbal sparring between former Cagayan tribemates Kass and Tasha left the former vulnerable — especially after potential allies Kelley and Spencer abandoned her. Had Kass and Ciera stuck with back-in-power Savage last week and not turned on him and voted out Woo, it may have been a different story for them here.
Kass’ last hope was to win immunity, but that was dashed after Joe won a competition that involved standing on a narrow beam while balancing a ball on a platform for as long as possible. With Kass now gone, Ciera or Abi would seem to be the next to go, but in this topsy-turvy season absolutely anything is possible — including more Stephen Fishbach poetry.
My full recap will be up at midnight, but you can sound off right here with your thoughts on the episode and Kass’ ouster. And check out some exclusive videos below, including my pre-game chat with Kass and last week’s episodes of Survivor Talk. Finally, for more Survivor scoop, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss.