Ulong loses again, is down to three.

Ulong loses again, is down to three.
The lamest, most failure-ridden tribe in the history of Survivor is Survivor Palau‘s Ulong tribe, which lost its sixth consecutive immunity challenge last night, and then said goodbye to a sixth member. That leaves the tribe with just three people, and viewers wondering if Mark Burnett will let the tribe be eventually whittled down to zero. Steelworker James, who said that tribemate Ibrehem had been saved “by the grace of Allah” during last week’s tribal council, told us that “my God says he’s going home now.” Then, after a tie-breaker, James was voted out.

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