The episode started with Will flying high on life, he felt like a power player finally. I think it went a little to his head, he was a bit obnoxious.
Adam, Brent and Sunday decided they would work together. Honestly, it gets so confusing to me with all of the back and forth changes. I can’t ever keep up!
The challenge looked really fun. Again, I propose a Survivor camp that we can go to for a week and try all of the challenges. I’m putting that out there in the world for someone to put into action. Let me know when you do so I can attend the camp!
Will did terribly. I’m not sure that he ever made it over the balance portion at the beginning of the challenge.
Jay was on fire and won the challenge!
Jay and Will planned on working together.
More confusing talks between Hannah and Adam. Again, I can’t keep up.
I think everyone voted for Will except for Jay.
Will was sent home but at least he felt powerful on his last few days.
The jury…I always like to see how well they clean up!
Adam and Jay can openly talk about kinda liking one another and kinda hating one another. They also openly discuss that Adam will go after Jay.
What a sweet moment between them though as they talk about their Moms. I think their Moms did a good job raising them to be very caring people.
Jay was not pleased that he lost the challenge. The challenge looked very fun. Almost everyone let their ball fall at least once and had to wait for it to go down the track.
Ken had a hard time spelling Millennials but he did get it.
Ken won the challenge. Adam was helping him watch for the ball to fall.
I think this was the first time that Hannah was able to convince people to go along with her idea. Jay played his idol to be safe rather than sorry, but it turns out that he didn’t need to.
Sunday was voted out. I felt bad for her when she said, “dang it” as she left. That is exactly the way I would feel.
My favorite players that are still in the game are Jay, Ken and Bret. If you missed the recap from last week, be sure to check it out here!