Survivor: Cambodia Episode One | Namaste, Bitches

‘Namaste, bitches.’

I was quite disappointed that Vytas didn’t say these words as he walked out of tribal council when his torch got snuffed on Night 3.

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It must hurt really bad to be the first one voted out of an all-star season.  It must be very hard for his ego, too. I can only imagine how he felt coming home, to see his brother, Aras, a previous champ.

It wasn’t actually surprising that he got out early. He’s a clear threat. Shirin was wise to point out that he has connections in both tribes–connections that can be dangerous in the future.

Add to that the fact that he comes off as a little shady.

It seemed that he overplayed a little bit, perhaps because of the pressure to do something differently to get closer to a million dollars. But interestingly, he ended up doing basically the same thing in Blood Vs. Water.

And did a lot of annoying yoga.

It’s quite interesting that despite claims of changing their game play, several survivors reverted back to their old selves.

Abi made a big deal about finding her bracelet in Peih-Gee’s bag. She was a little bitchy at tribal.

Peih-Gee seemed to not have made any headway in connecting with others.

Terry, same with Andrew, was on auto pilot.

Shirin was looking at everybody and making significant observations and then planting seeds inside people’s minds.

Stephen found himself in the same awkward position the last time.

Jeremy was busy talking to people.

Only time will tell if these will work to their advantage in the game.

Kelly Wiglesworth Survivor

It’s worth mentioning that this episode was, in some ways, a tribute to Wiglesworth. She got the first confessional, the challenge was from her season, and Jeff addresses her by her last name.

She’s clearly one of the most popular choices for this season because people wanted to see if she can finish what she started 15 years ago and even though she blew the challenge for Ta Keo, you just can’t help but root for her and wish no one looks at her at tribal.

For someone who hasn’t much idea about the new and fast-paced Survivor, she’s done pretty well. No one has uttered her name at camp. She just needs to figure out a way to jump back from tonight’s vote. And I’m sure she will.

But the breakout star of this episode is Kelley.

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She’s clearly learned from last time and made conscious effort to stay safe. She’s in good terms with the right people (even with Abi who she doesn’t like) and has the respect of most guys. Varner said he doesn’t know her but he likes her. If she keeps this up, no one would be putting her head on the chopping block anytime soon.

And mad props for her finding the hidden immunity idol. She found a HII clue in the forest without any clue and has the balls to grab the idol right in the middle of the challenge. This idol could very well be her ticket to the finals. Daddy Dale must be so proud right now.

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