Unofficial Guide to Survivor: One World Episode 13 — “It’s Human Nature”

Here’s everything you need to know about what happened in Survivor: One World Episode 13 — “It’s Human Nature” – who won the challenges, who was voted of, who played well, and who is on the outs. Feel free to add your notes, thoughts, and questions.

Aired May 9, 2012, covering night 33 through night 36

Reward Challenge winner: Chelsea (shower, clean clothes, cocktails, and 3 course meal on a yacht; takes Sabrina and Kim)

Immunity Challenge winner: Alicia

Eliminated: Tarzan

What Happened:

  • Tarzan says he has a plan since he is still in the game. He tells Kim that he wants to get to #4, and that Kim should take Alicia and Christina to the FInal 3, at which point he could convince the jury to vote for Kim.
  • Chelsea feels like it’s her, Kim, & Sabrina against Alicia, Christina, & Tarzan. Chelsea tries to convince Christina that the jury would vote for Tarzan in the final and that she should join her and Kim. Christina goes back and tells everyone what happened. Kim tells Chelsea that Christina told them.
  • Chelsea picks Kim to go on the reward, saying the pick is made like she plays the game – fair. Alicia and Christina take exception to the fairness of Kim going on another reward. The reward seems to solidify the two warring alliances.
  • Alicia tells Kim about her conversations with Tarzan and Christina. They talk and find out he is playing both of them, realizing he wants to take Christina to the final. Christina later joins in and reveals that he his playing her as well.
  • Chelsea asks to play Kim’s Hidden Immunity Idol, but Kim not sure she wants to give up the idol that will take her to the final 4.
  • Tarzan knows that Kim fooled Jay and Troyzan and could be fooling Alicia. The whole vote comes down to whether Alicia trusts Kim completely.
  • Tarzan talks about how he put on Kat’s tank top and her underwear on his head as a joke, and Kat starts crying.
  • Alicia asked about the reward sharing choices, noting that Tarzan and Christina hadn’t been on a reward recently and that when Kat chose people she wanted to party with she was the next voted out. Kat’s whispered response: “B*itches.”
  • Tarzan voted off and address the remaining players and jury, thanking them. Michael flips him off.

Friends & Foes:

  • Tarzan angers Alicia and Kim when they realize they are playing both of them
  • Alicia mad at Chelsea for trying to play her
  • Alicia and Christina mad at Chelsea for her “fair” comment in taking Kim to the reward
  • Christina upset that Chelsea didn’t take her on the reward after making a deal to do so, and Chelsea counters that Christina also broke her word after the agreement was made
  • Michael flips off Tarzan when he leaves Tribal Council

Other notes:

  • Tarzan provides episode title

Episode summaries & commentaries:

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3 Responses

  1. Toodles says:

    Tarzan seems to have had some kind of strategy for convincing the girls he wasn’t a threat to earn jury votes, but he sure wasn’t very convincing – or clear what he was trying to do for that matter. I have no idea what means he was using to get further in the game.

  2. Dashing Man says:

    I will never understand why people who are aligned together don’t make an agreement to break up opposing alliances (and maybe change some minds) by agreeing beforehand to NOT take each other as friends on rewards, and instead be completely strategic about it and take “enemies” (obviously not people you hate, of course). No good ever comes from people outside a winning alliance pouting back at camp. You can mask your alliance and prevent people from making plans behind your back. Taking your friends and giving people the opportunity to make plans while you’re not around is stupid IMO.

  3. No2 says:

    Dashing Man – agreed. So you lose out on a mean with your friend. If you are so weak willed that you can’t hold out, even until the end of the game, you have no business playing. Not only that, but I would imagine the potential for some drama with two “enemies” “enjoying” a reward together would be some pretty good tv.

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