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'Survivor' switches things up

Andy Dehnart writes:also has a major twistBut the tribe switch had other effects, too: it created tension at each camp as the old people realized that the young people weren't as organized or as into rules as they were. Tyrone took over at Espada, and that didn't make its newest members happy, especially when he fought their attempt to kill one of the chickens they won at the reward challenge. (

Andy Dehnart writes:also has a major twist

But the tribe switch had other effects, too: it created tension at each camp as the old people realized that the young people weren't as organized or as into rules as they were. Tyrone took over at Espada, and that didn't make its newest members happy, especially when he fought their attempt to kill one of the chickens they won at the reward challenge. (Apparently, none of them knew that having a rooster around is pointless, so they killed an egg-laying chicken instead. Faceslap.) Although NaOnka broke down at camp, crying because she was cold in the rain, and basically said she was ready to leave, they didn't send her home. Most of her new tribe went after its self-appointed leader instead, voting Tyrone out. A strong leader is a bigger threat than a weak quitter. Coming next week, another person wants to quit, and the new tribes learn of yet another twist at the immunity challenge. Related content:

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