Wednesday night on CBS’ Survivor: Nicaragua, the Espada and La Flor tribes competed for a farm fresh reward and tribal immunity. And Marty was forced to make a deal regarding his immunity idol. So who went home on week 7 of Survivor: Nicaragua?
But first, “Teflon” Dan gloats that he is still even on this show, while Marty relishes in the fact that he still has the immunity idol. He made a bold move last week by not letting his tribe flush his idol. Marty also tells Jane straight up that he thinks she tried to vote him out last week. Jane just cackles, “Ha hah ha ha ha” like a Halloween witch.
The first challenge this week is for reward: a farm fresh morning that includes horseback riding and a home grown breakfast of tortillas, eggs, cheese and fresh milk.
After another challenge that involves balls and nets, Espada wins the reward. But not before La Flor hottie Fabio urinates in the water pool that they are sharing. Guess when you gotta go…
Meanwhile, Jane doesn’t care if the twentysomethings in her tribe lay around and sleep all day. As long as they win her some challenges. Later she wins herself a catfish and sneaks off to charbroil it on the sly. Yum.
It’s time for tribal immunity challenge and yes, it involves balls, chutes and broken tiles. The tribe that breaks 5 of the opposing tribe’s tiles first wins. Because they have an extra player on La Flor, Sash is selected to sit out.
Amazingly, Espada wins this challenge too. Back to back wins this week. Maybe the youngsters should stop sleeping all day!
Before tribal council, masterminds Sash and Brenda scheme to get the immunity idol from Marty. They decide to put him in a lose-lose situation by forcing him to either flush it out or hand it over. And yes, they may still vote him out. Depends on what kind of mood they’re in that day, I guess.
After chatting with Sash, Marty decides to hand over the idol. Sasha loves that he doesn’t have to dig for idols, he just has to ask for them. Because, yeah, he’s got a pretty booked schedule, sleeping all day and all. Sash even proclaims, “Marty made a big mistake, his biggest mistake of the game.” This after he vows to shake Marty’s hand, look him in the eye, and promise him he won’t go home.
But when it comes to Tribal Council time- and host Jeff Probst’s grilling- the majority of La Flor keeps their word. Marty is safe, although his buddy Jill is sacrificed instead. Jill Behm is the 8ith person voted out on Survivor: Nicaragua.
Survivor: Nicaragua Week 7 Stats
Holly Hoffman, 44, Eureka, SD
Ben “Benry” Henry, 24, Los Angeles, CA
Alina Wilson, 23, Downey, CA
Chase Rice, 24, Fairview, NC
Naonka Mixon, 27, Los Angeles, CA
Dan Lembo, 63, Water Mill, NY
La Flor Tribe
Brenda Lowe, 27, Miami, FL
Jane Bright, 56, Jackson Springs, NC
Marty Piombo, 48, Mill Valley, CA
Jud Birza, 21, Venice, CA La
Matthew “Sash” Lenahan, 30, New York, NY
Kelly Shinn, 20, Mesa, AZ
Wendy DeSmidt-Kohlhoff, 48, Fromberg, MT
Shannon Elkins, 30, Lafayette, LA
Jimmy Johnson, 67, Islamorada, FL
James “Jimmy T.” Tarantino, 48, Gloucester, MA
Tyrone Davis, 42, Inglewood, CA
Kelly Bruno, 26, Durham, NC
Yve Rojas, 41, Kansas City, MO
Jill Behm, 43, Erie, PA
The next episode of “Survivor: Nicaragua” airs on Wednesday, November 3rd at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS.
Survivor: Nicaragua, October 27, 2010, CBS