JEFRA EJECTED — The Unofficial Guide to Survivor: Cagayan Episode 10

JEFRA EJECTED -- The Unofficial Guide to Survivor: Cagayan Episode 10

Here’s everything you need to know about what happened in Survivor: Cagayan Episode 10 — “Chaos Is My Friend” – 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 April 30, 2014, covering night 28 through night 30

Reward Challenge winners: None (Survivor auction)

Immunity Challenge winner: Tash

Voted Out: Jefra – For the second week in a row, the Survivor gods saw fit to strike down a player who wasn’t playing the game. As little as Jeremiah did in this game – Jefra did less. Her fear of making a move – and it was fear, no matter how much she tries to make it about strategy – was her downfall, as was her lack of action which allowed Spencer to plant the seeds of doubt in Tony’s mind.

In This Episode:


Kass seems like she is trying to make herself as unlikable as she possibly can. Have we ever seen someone talk so much while doing so little? The first gem in this episode was her criticism of Spencer, who OF COURSE didn’t give Jeremiah his episode in the previous Tribal Council because he is a college-aged male — who everyone knows are the most greedy human beings on the planet. It had nothing to do with his uncertainty over the vote, or the basic need for self preservation which drives every player in this game.

Kass later marginalized Tash’s unbelievable challenge performances by telling Woo that the challenges were tailored to her. This is, of course, a ridiculous notion because it suggests that a) all of the challenges she’s won have been the same and b) no other challenges have been “tailored to” any other player. What is it about Kass that prevents her from giving people their due? And what exactly has she done enough of that has made her the martyr she’s glad to no longer be?

Spencer & Tash

Tony continues to play this game like no other – and like Spencer wants so badly to play. It’s not often we see a player as competent as Spencer be perpetually one step behind and out of sync. And if you didn’t feel bad for Spencer when he drew the white rock, or when Tony almost turned his back on him for just looking for a Hidden Immunity Idol he desperately needed – then you don’t have a soul.

Other Episode Coverage:

Click here for Wikipedia’s episode summary

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