Survivor Worlds Apart - Episode 4 Recap

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

By Jim Van Nest, Survivor Analyst

March 19, 2015

A little less confrontation, a little more action please.

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Joaquin starts for White and is proving to be a force in challenges. Mike and Hali are right behind. Will is struggling with the rope portion of this, the same way he struggled in the water a few challenges ago. Meanwhile, Sierra grabs the lead for Blue Collar with the Whites close behind. Rodney is the last Blue Collar and he gets really hung up on the rope. This allows both White and No Collars to pretty well catch up.

Blue Collar is still first to the vertical maze. White Collar is now trailing. Mike takes a little while to figure out the maze. Joe, not surprisingly, is cruising through the maze, but not as fast as new challenge hero, Joaquin. Joe scores a ball for No Collar while Mike scores for Blue Collar. White and then No Collar both get their second balls in at about the same time. Hali steals the lead and finishes the challenge for No Collars. Tyler loses the ball and swaps out with Max for the Whites. As it is, Kelly is on the verge of winning the challenge, but she loses her balance on the beam. Rodney takes over for the Blues, but it's too little too late as Max scores ball three for the White Collar and sends Blue Collar to Tribal Council for the first time this season. As we head to break, Sierra tells us that her horses are smarter than Rodney and he has to go and she plans to see to it that he does.

We come back to the Blue Collar camp, and Lindsey lets the tribe know that no matter what happens tonight, she's very proud to be on the tribe she's on. Mike tells us that it might be good to go to Tribal to see where alliances lie. Dan is asking Lindsey if he's the vote. She tells him that she really wants to get rid of Rodney. And even though Dan's ridiculously sexist confessionals are 100% off the mark, the way he responds to Lindsey is spot on. He tells her exactly what she wants to hear. Knowing that he's on board, Lindsey will now have no reason to question him.


However, the next scene we see is Dan, Kelly, Mike and Rod talking in the water about how they have to split up Sierra and Lindsey. Rodney is just like Tom Brady. I'm not sure what that has to do with anything, but figured you all should know. The four decide that Lindsey is the one to go. And Rodney is just like Michael Jackson. I'm not sure what that has to do with anything, but figured you all should know.

Kelly, while nodding along with him, is not thrilled with Rodney at all. She doesn't like the way he talks to people, especially women. She talks to Mike about this and he agrees. But what he's most concerned about is that they're a duo in this and Kelly agrees. So, sounds like they'll be voting together, whichever way they go. We join Sierra trying to pull Kelly onto her side and into voting for Rodney. She points out that he was not good in the challenge and says he's a jerk. Kelly tells us that she and Mike are in the position to either go with the girls or the guys. The vote is between Rodney and Lindsey tonight.

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