I love how Judd
defends his treachery at the beginning of the episode. He talks about how the game is "cutthroat" and how each contestant has to do whatever they can to get ahead. Then he says the only thing that matters is the "love of his family." Now that's all fine and good, but what does that have to do with Survivor? I think Judd is just trying hard to justify his actions to himself.
Oh, the challenge! The reward challenge had to be one of the best the show has ever come up with (mostly for the go cart ride at the end). Too bad one tribe didn't make it past the first step. Jamie
, as much as I feel bad for him, that was an embarassment. Yet I wonder why no one on his team told him to stop sawing the rope when it became obvious it was about as effective as using a butterknife.
And then afterwards by the dock, Judd is suddenly all about the team, and how they can't place blame because a team "doesn't work like that." Make up your mind Judd. Stephanie
is really coming out as a bitter person these days. Attacking Bobby John
for his "feminine" qualities will not win her popularity points.
The immunity challenge was pretty good, though I'm surprised the tribes weren't more aggresive in pushing each other out of the way. At the vote, "frat-boy" Blake
was booted off, much to his surprise, considering BJ and Danni
went against their alliance. Guess it's not much of a penalty when Blake can head back to his self-professed "DD girlfriend." If that's all you need in life Blake, then go gettem.