Just when things were looking up, it all came crashing down.
Even if Janet leaves, I'll be looking forward to the downfalls of hopefully all of the biggest offenders in this scenario. Tommy and Elaine were complicit but out of the players in the majority they're the best case scenario to win. Rooting for a miracle for Janet, Noura, or Karishma.
Dan just never learns. Even in the second Tribal Council he made Noura uncomfortable by touching her. He's so dense.
Jeff Probst is the man though, Dan tried to weasel his way out of the conversation but Probst wasn't having any of it.
I’ve gotten pretty heated about my feelings towards the political angle this season’s been going in other threads, so I’m gonna try to talk about other stuff from this episode instead:
Anyone else laughing whenever Jeff said someone’s balls dropped during the first challenge? I imagine that’s why producers made this challenge.
As much as I’ve enjoyed Island of the Idols, I wasn’t a fan of the “lesson of sabotage” in this episode. It was funny, but rather poorly thought out. All it did was paint a target on Jamal’s back (I don’t like Jamal, but it was still pretty unfair).
Poor Kellee. I was rooting for her. Too bad she met the same fate as James in China.
I feel like if Aaron keeps winning individual immunities, he could be a target.
There isn’t much to the second half of the episode in terms of strategy. It’s basically a foregone conclusion that Jamal’s going home after he returns from Island of the Idols.
Still glad to see Jamal go, though. I never really liked him much. Just always came off as very pretentious to me.
I’m actually glad we’re gonna see the double tribal twist again next week. I liked the twist in Ghost Island, so I think I’ll enjoy it this time, too.
Can Kellee be considered a lock for Second Chance two or Heroes vs. Villians two of they happen?
I'm so disappointed Kellee got voted out. They should bring her back for another season as a hero, same with Janet and Noura.
Update: Aaron apologized on Twitter for the events that went down this episode. I've gained back a little bit of respect for him.
Yeah, I saw that. At least he actually said something on Social Media where Missy, Elizabeth, and Dan haven't said a thing, but they are getting so much hate.
Aaron seemed pretty genuine about it for what it's worth.
I agree, and his apology 100% makes me like him more than I did before.
I just watched Aaron's two-part apology... it sounded very genuine. I respect him for them.
Maybe because I'm young,but this episode was PAINFUL to watch at time. I'm shocked Kellee went home with 2 idols,and while the Dan situation was wrong,I feel like it was dragged out a lot longer than it should have been. I feel like this situation is the reason why the episode was 2 hours long
What do you think?