Survivor continues tonight on CBS. The competition series has already had some unexpected developments during its first two episodes, and tonight will see another castaway get eliminated. But which one? Which castaway will be voted off and sent home?
We will provide spoilers and updates on who gets voted off once episode three goes live at 8/7c.
In the trailer for tonight’s episode, we see castaway Karishma Patel cut her hand to the bone while prepping a coconut. “Oh my God,” she exclaims. “I can see my bone. Guys, I’m getting really light-headed.” Much to Patel’s dismay, none of the other Lairo tribe members come to her aid. They largely keep to themselves as she tries to keep calm. In a confessional, Patel tries to hold back tears as she criticizes the other tribe members. “I’m 15 feet away. Nobody came to me,” she reasoned. “Each and every person on this tribe is dead to me.”
Patel is part of the Lairo tribe’s female alliance, which includes Elizabeth Beisel, Missy Byrd, Elaine Stott and Chelsea Walker. Given her traumatic experience and the proclamation of everyone being “dead” to her, though, it’s possible that she may break off from the alliance and try to go at things on her own. The women in the Lairo tribe outnumber the men; which include Dean Kowalski, Tom Laidlaw, Aaron Meredith and Vince Moua.
Vince Moua Is Hesitant to Form an Alliance With the Lairo Men Tonight
Aaron hatches a plan to form an alliance with the other men. “Clearly the girls are really coming together and really bonding,” he explained. “That worries me, because there’s four guys, there’s five girls, they can easily get together and say, ‘We can just pick these guys off one at a time. What do we need them for?’. We need to make sure that tribal dynamic does not happen.” Despite Aaron’s plea, Vince remains skeptical. “The guys never actually talk strategy with me,” he said during a confessional. “And now we’re down in numbers and suddenly now I’m like a bro.”
Elsewhere in the trailer, Sandra Diaz-Twine and Rob Mariano train a third castaway and give them an unorthodox test. “Tonight, you must sneak into the other tribe’s camp,” they announce. While it remains to be seen which castaway will be selected for the test, we do know that it will be whoever Kellee Kim picked out of a bag during last week’s episode.
A Castaway Will Be Tasked With Sneaking Into the Other Tribe’s Camp
While the spoilers for tonight’s episode remain under lock-and-key, there has been a trend of revealing information during trailers that has fans annoyed. Jeff Probst released a statement regarding the trailers, and said that he is just as annoyed as those watching at home. “To those of you frustrated by the #survivor spoilers in the promos… I have to admit I too find it mind numbing,” he stated.
“And it pains me to have join in your complaints against @survivorcbs but I am. Despite being on the air 20 years we still have not earned the right to approve our own promo spots,” Probst continued. “The purpose of a promo is to entice you to watch without giving away what it is we want you to watch. We have no say in that… I encourage you to continue complaining in the hopes they will finally submit.”