A blindside during Survivor 41 episode 10’s Tribal Council sent another major character and player to the jury, but it wasn’t the blindside that made this episode so great: it was the emphasis on relationships between the players.
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Survivor 41 lost two of its biggest, most-interesting characters in two major blindsides, thanks to an episode 9 twist that divided the merged tribe back into two smaller tribes and sent them to Tribal Council separately.
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Jeff Probst allowed the players to negotiate with him repeatedly in Survivor 41’s first post-merge episode, including another whisper-fest of a Tribal Council. What can I offer to get those to stop?
Amazing Race 33’s premiere will kick off the new year, while Survivor will have its latest premiere ever when it returns for season 42 this spring, and Celebrity Big Brother 3 will air opposite both the Olympics and the Super Bowl.
In her exit interviews, Survivor 41 cast member Sydney Segal said that Danny McCray told Jeff Probst that the hourglass twist was “a lie,” and that led to “a long conversation” during which Probst asked them for their help.
A wild Survivor 41 Tribal Council provided a lot of entertaining moments for the merged tribe, but followed a major twist that reversed the results of last week’s episode.