Hunter voted off; goes off.

Hunter voted off, goes off.
After Maraamu’s third straight immunity challenge loss, the tribe went after their leader and voted Hunter off the Survivor Marquesas island. In his final words, he proves to be bitter, somewhat angrily calling his tribemates “knuckleheads,” and saying he’ll call the Red Cross so they can airlift the tribe members out “after you die of starvation and dehydration.” In other Hunter news, he has been doing commentary for a radio station, which included his feelings on the other tribe members, possibly in violation of CBS rules but definitely revealing.
+ also: astrologer picks a Cancer to win; correctly predicts Hunter will get booted.

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