Survivor Season 7 Disappointment
Survivor season seven was a disappointment. After an excellent first three episodes, the show fell flat and lost its way in the finale. Phillip and Rob proved to be the most powerful players, but the episode was too predictable to be worth watching. In addition, most of the vote-offs were predictably telegraphed. Redemption Island’s twist took the life out the Survivor moment. The episode was entertaining, but the overall game design was poor.
The show introduced a new game called Shot in the Dark, which allowed players to save themselves before the Tribal Council. But this game didn’t go according to plan. Instead, Andrew didn’t honor Lillian’s request to be explicitly told that her time was up. To save herself, she had to go to a secret meeting. She was unable to get the results she desired, as her idol was already stolen by another person.
The game’s eliminations continued and it was Cody Rhodes against The Shield. The first match featured six Diva tag-team matches. AJ Lee, meanwhile, announced that she would challenge Natalya for the Divas Championship at the TLC event. There were also some surprises in the second week. In addition, the elimination of Mysterio by Reigns had everyone guessing who would win.
Another new game featured a Schoolyard Style selection. This selection can be used to switch between tribes. Survivor fans can also select a tribe based on its schoolyard style selection. For example, one episode had contestants dividing the tribe based on their ability to name every contestant on each tribe. The Game also had another variation called Brains vs. Brawn. Contestants who could name every tribe’s members won the game.
The second season saw the jury vote out two of the three males in the Morgan tribe. Jon questioned the loyalty to the women when she refused Burton’s vote. During the final immunity challenge, the jury decided to remove Lill, as she was perceived as the least valuable member of the Morgan tribe. The final three were eliminated after a challenge where they had to shoot muskets at an underwater shipwreck. The ship eventually sank, but not before the game was over.
Burton was the first person to gain immunity, but Rupert narrowly won the latter. Castaways Andrew, Burton and Christa formed alliances with Rupert and Rupert. Andrew and Burton believed that Jon’s lack of honesty would work against them, but the new alliance was announced by Probst. As a result, the game changed and the castaways voted for Andrew and Burton to move to the Morgan tribe.
Castaways were required to rescue their tribemates during the immunity challenge. They had to overcome many obstacles and raise their flag in order to do this. In the end, the tribe with the first freed castaway won immunity. The other two castaways were Darrah, Jon, and Lillian. The Outcasts were last remaining tribe, and they were chosen from all the other tribes. The Outcasts were the last tribe standing. The remaining members of the previous tribes will be voted back. The returning players are given immunity for the next Tribal Council.