Unofficial Guide to Survivor: South Pacific Episode 12 — “Ticking Time Bomb”

Here’s everything you need to know about what happened in Survivor: South Pacific Episode 12: “Ticking Time Bomb”. Feel free to add your notes, thoughts, and questions.

Aired December 7, 2011, covering night 30 through night 32

Redemption Island: Ozzy is joined by Edna

Immunity Challenge winner: Coach

Eliminated: Cochran

Player notes:

  • Edna walks away, saying she will not join group prayer because she is not part of the tribe per Brandon’s comments in the previous Tribal Council
  • Brandon tells his dad that it is more important to play a game that reflects his religious beliefs than to win a million dollars; his dad says in confessional that he doesn’t understand how Brandon has not been voted out yet and tells him God also wants them to be wise and make good decisions, putting family in a good position; his dad approaches Coach to make sure Coach still has Brandon’s back
  • Coach feels bullied by Brandon’s Dad, says Hantz family are masters of manipulation and control
  • Brandon openly talks to Albert about how he played the Immunity Challenge to eliminate Edna; called out by Jeff

Friends & Foes:

  • Ozzy tells Cochran he would vote for him if he got to the final
  • Ozzy given authority to pick which remaining players get to spend time with their family members – chooses Brandon, Albert, and Coach and joins them in reward
  • Coach tells Ozzy he will craft a scenario where the two of them and one other person go to final 3
  • Tribe upset with Brandon for bullying Edna, particularly Sophie and Rick; Brandon apologizes to her
  • Edna makes impassioned plea to rest of tribe to get rid of Brandon to show his behavior is not acceptable
  • Edna asks Coach to play his Immunity for her, he refuses saying it would cause the tribe to not trust him

Other notes:

  • “Family visit” episode

Episode summaries & commentaries:

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