LAURA B. IS FOR BOSSY — The Unofficial Guide to Survivor: Blood Vs. Water Episode 7
Here’s everything you need to know about what happened in Survivor: Blood Vs. Water Episode 7 — “Swoop in for the Kill” – 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 October 30, 2013, covering night 16 through night 18
Reward/Immunity Challenge winner: Tadhana (reward: fried chicken dinner)
Voted Out: Laura B. – While Kat’s weakness was her emotional instability, Laura’s is far worse. She’s star struck and unwilling to get dirty, even when the need to do so is obvious. That said, getting rid of her was a monumentally stupid move. No matter how unpredictable she seems, her commitment to the alliance seemed rock solid, which is vital coming up on merge with an extremely strong alliance.
Eliminated: Kat – Immature, over-emotional, over-dramatic…watching Kat play this game was more draining than watching Colton.
Hayden – Awkwaaaaaard! Could Hayden have done a worse job hiding the fact that there was no way he was going to switch spots with Kat in the Redemption Island challenge? On a different note, someone needs to let these people know that any type of overt strategizing or display/acknowledgement of alliances is going to hurt them. Kat affirming their desire to work together – no matter how obvious that might be – might be the best thing to have happened to Aras.
Vytas – The Vytas Show is a big hit over at camp Galang, and it’s pretty incredible to see the effect he’s having on the women, particularly Laura B. and Tina, even to the point of their primary goal in winning the upcoming challenge was to be able to keep Vytas around.
Katie – That sure was a lot of dumbfounded, deer-in-the-headlights looks out of one player.
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