Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance Power Rankings
By Ben Willoughby
November 4, 2015
In other evidence of Savage’s inferior judgment, he claimed that if he had a son, he “would want him to be like Spencer.”
So, what next for Savage? He’ll have to adapt, but his options are with another alliance that doesn’t seem to need him or to make amends with his former alliance, take less of a leadership role and hope that their “not voting for Spencer” was just a one-time thing.
Once again, Wiglesworth is out in the cold. Back on Bayon II, there was a lot of talk about how Wiglesworth had a lot of friends on Ta Keo with the implication that she was never going to join with Jeremy’s group. However, after six weeks, six of those Ta Keo friends are gone and the other three are in an alliance of five that does not include Wiglesworth. Lucky for her they will need a vote or two.
Next time on Survivor, there will be a merge, so what was the point of those power rankings you just read? Nothing, that’s what. Literally dozens of you have wasted your time. But at least you didn’t have to write them. Anyway, looking ahead, we seem to have an alliance of five – Joe, Keith, Kelley, Kass and Ciera, all original Bayon except for Kelley –another alliance of three – Jeremy, Fishbach and Kimmi, who were also all Bayon, and a bunch of floaters – Abi and Spencer, Tasha and Savage, and Wiglesworth on her own.
Savage and Tasha are the tightest pair, and it would be an easy play for them to link up with the alliance of five and form a majority. However, neither Tasha nor Savage seems to be the type of player who will settle for sixth and seventh. It may be a better option for them to link back up with any two of Abi (assuming she isn't all pals now with Kass and Ciera), Spencer (who has ties with Jeremy) and Wiglesworth (assuming she is even willing to talk strategy). Then they'd have their majority, and a better chance of staying in the game when their alliance starts to eat itself.
Also with the merge comes Chaos Kass! I am Jim’s unadulterated delight.
Those are the power rankings for this week. Tune in tonight to see how the merge goes, and then come back later in the week for Jim's recap. (Oil up, Jim!)