Survivor: Cook Islands
People You Like Want To See You Suffer
By Jim Van Nest
November 17, 2006
We get back to Raro and all the talk is about the message in the bottle. I'm gonna go off the board and suggest that the note says that whoever gets the second amount of votes, gets voted off the show and is NOT part of the jury. Days are getting slim and another double vote day is coming. May as well be now.
Talk finally turns to who should go home. Seems that everyone wants Rebecca to go. She is the weakest on the tribe, but let me say Jenny hasn't been worth a crap either. And she's a nasty person. Nate and Parvati are discussing the vote and Nate says he won't turn on anyone in their group in favor of Jonathan. Everyone seems to be in agreement that Rebecca is the one to go. Jonathan, feeling much better about his place in the tribe, turns to wondering what's in the bottle. "If it was something good, wouldn't they give it to the winning tribe?"
Jeff begins by dogging their work in the challenges. When the discussion turns to work around camp, Jonathan's fishing becomes the topic. The tribe has obviously accepted Jon into their group. Adam says he's tired of losing and his vote tonight is about productivity. We get an abbreviated Tribal tonight. I can only assume it's due to the bottle and note.
As the people vote, we see Jenny voting for Rebecca and Rebecca voting for Jonathan. Which pretty much indicates that Rebecca's history. But, Jeff'll tally the votes, just in case. As expected, Rebecca is ousted unanimously. Now for the message in a bottle. The tribe seems to think it's a merge. It is: "You have just voted out one member of your tribe. You will now vote out another." WOO HOO!! Now they have a tougher decision and no time to talk about the next vote. Adam says Rebecca was the weak link and he doesn't know who to vote for. And it's time to vote again. This time, we see no votes. Jonathan. Jonathan. Jenny. Jenny. Jenny. Jenny. Now THAT'S awesome. Boy does she look pissed. I'd suggest not being such an ass all the time and maybe your tribe would have let you stay.
Next time on Survivor: feeling a little more secure, Jonathan blasts the tribe for not doing anything. Yul tells Ozzy he's holding the immunity idol. And things heat up between Adam and Candice. Hmm, let's see, two things are huge in the strategy of the game and one; I couldn't possibly care any less about. Let's see how much time is spent watching Adam and Candice suck face. Until then, take care.