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Garrett and Morgan chose to look for the Idol, but only Garrett found one, while Trish chose the extra bag of rice.
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At the Brawn camp, Woo recognized Cliff as a basketball star, but the tribe didn't care about Cliff's past. Sarah confronted Tony, as she pegged him as being a cop, but he denied it and claimed to be a construction worker. At the Brains camp, J'Tia was leading the tribe in building their shelter despite coming across as bossy.
The tribes would start at one end of a course with a wagon. Along the way, they would retrieve keys from a tall post with a long pole to unlock three trunks with puzzle pieces inside, and put the trunks on the wagon. After getting all three trunks, the tribes would have to disassemble the wagon and push the pieces of the wagon and the trunks either through or over a fence, then climb over the fence themselves. They then would re-assemble the wagon, put the trunks on board, and drag the wagon through more obstacles.
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Once at the finish, two tribe members would take the pieces out of the trunks and assemble the vertical puzzle. The first two tribes to finish would get immunity; the first-place tribe would also get a fire-making kit, while second place would get flint to make fire. At the challenge, the Brawns and the Beauty tribe took a big lead; by the time the Brains tribe began the puzzle, the other tribes were almost finished. The Beauty tribe finished first with the Brawn tribe coming in second. At the Brains camp, Kass and David debated over who to vote out: Kass wanted J'Tia out for her poor attitude and work ethic, while David wanted to target Garrett, who he saw as a threat later in the game.
Garrett was conflicted between voting for J'Tia and David after being selected by David as the weakest tribe member.
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J'Tia and Tasha agreed to Garrett's plan, but Spencer was paranoid about David potentially having an idol and believed J'Tia was the easier vote. In the end, Spencer sided with Garrett and David was voted out. After the vote, Kass found herself in a swing vote position, sitting between Spencer and Garrett, and J'Tia and Tasha, eventually allying with the former.
At the Brawn camp, Cliff and Woo bonded, while Tony wasn't fond of Cliff's popularity within the tribe. While the tribes are broken up in to Brains, Beauty and Brawn, many of the players could have been on multiple tribes. While there are some players who were cast perfectly for this season, you could swap a number of cast members from tribe to tribe and the cast would still make sense. There is actually some diversity this season. This is the most diverse cast since Survivor Fiji which was season 14, which was exactly 14 seasons ago.
There are Two former Cheerleaders. There are also 2 Police Officers that are on the same tribe. There are two players in the game that are former NFL Cheerleaders. More likely to impact the game is the fact that Sarah Lacina and Tony Vlachos are both current police officers. The two players are both on the Brawn tribe. It will be very interesting to see whether this bond will affect the early tribe dynamics in a group of only 6.
Will anybody keep Spencer in check this season? Enter Spencer Bledsoe, a year old student and master chess player.