Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance - Episode Recap
Episode 13 - Villains Have More Fun
By Jim Van Nest
December 15, 2015
Jeff asks Jeremy how confident he is in his "we." "Which one?" is the reply. Jeff asks Abi what she thinks about all this, and she says it has her wondering which "we" she should vote with tonight. Um, you don't really have any options, Abi. Your "we" is Wentworth, Keith and Spencer and then you hope they all stay with you. Anyway, it's finally time to vote!
We see Kimmi's vote for Abi, apologizing saying that she just wants to make it another day. We see Keith's vote for Tasha saying, "We'll see how this goes." Time to play an idol if you want to and if not, Jeff will read the votes. No idols, only votes. Let's do it. The first vote is for Abi. Second vote is for Tasha. Third and fourth mirror the first two, and it is two votes Abi, two votes Tasha, three votes left. The fifth vote is for Abi and the sixth vote is for Keith. Wait, what? Keith???? Who voted for Keith? Fourteenth person voted out and the seventh member of the jury - Abi Maria. YAY!!!! I can't tell you how thrilled I am that my finale experience won't have a crap-ton of Abi in it. I feel like I can now seriously enjoy the final episode of the season.
When we see the votes played back, the rogue Keith vote was made by Abi. That makes no sense to me. Unless she thought all the Keith talk from the beginning of the episode was in play tonight, I have no idea why she would waste a vote like that. Aside from helping vote herself out, if Spencer had stuck with them and voted Tasha, she would have just killed it. I have NO idea what she could possibly have been thinking here. No matter, though. What matters is that she's gone and we won't have to hear her until the final Tribal Council.
Speaking of the finale, next time on Survivor: we see Spencer and Jeremy having a bit of a disagreement, we see Kimmi trying to set up an alliance with Keith, and Jeff tells us that whatever happens has never happened in the 31 seasons of Survivor (complete with shocked faces on the jury). What could that thing be? I don't know, but we do still have two idols out there and the time to use them is slowly dwindling. Maybe we'll finally get the "idols cancel out all the votes" scenario some of us have been hoping to see. Like, what happens then? One thing is for sure, this is ANYone's game and it will all be sorted out during the two hour season finale of Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance. Come on back next week and I'll wrap it up for ya! 'Til then, take care.