Tyrone was voted off last week, weakening the Espada tribe even more than it was originally. But now there are different people to deal with, people who last week were enemies can they be friends now? Yve was left out of the loop last week when Tyrone got voted off because the tribe believed she was in an alliance with Danny.
At La Flor Jill and Marty are still together and Marty is still pulling Jill’s strings. When he saw that Tyrone was voted out of Espada, he was happy to see him go because it was better for the La Flor tribe.
The immunity challenge consisted of individual immunity; not tribal immunity and a reward for chicken and beef kabobs. They had to individually dig with an oar for rings of rope and toss them into a basket tied on their back. Holly from Espada won the first part of the challenge and went against Jill who won individual challenge from La Flor. They then had to throw rings onto a shield with their tribe’s name on it. So La Flor goes to tribal council first, votes someone off and then they sit in on Espada’s tribal council while they dine on chicken and beef kabobs.
Marty tells Fabio that he is a grand master in chess and that when he was a kid he beat the Argentine grand master, Guillermo Vilas twice. Vilas is a tennis champion, but Marty wants to keep blowing his horn for as long as he can and be the Grand Poomba, but his ego far succeeds his abilities in this game and the tribe wants to get rid of him.
At the La Flor tribal council Marty once again blows his horn saying how honest and noble he is; after all, he showed them the immunity idol. He talks about trust and trusting his instincts. Kelly B. says that she is comfortable tonight. Brenda calls Marty about voting Jane out and whispers to Jane to vote Brenda out. After the votes were tied between Marty and Kelly B. the tribe voted Kelly B. out — such a stupid move, not it will be harder to get rid of Marty because he has the immunity idol.
The Espada tribe had their tribal council while the La Flor tribe minus Kelly B. munched on chicken and beef kabobs. When it came time to vote, the La Flor tribe was sent back to their camp. Espada voted Yve out of the tribe and chose to keep Dan for now despite his aches and pains and bad knees.
The New Espada tribe is as follows:
Alina Wilson is 24 years old and dislikes anyone who calls her “hun” or “sweetie” so I guess she would not like me, and wants to prove that she is not just another pretty face.
Ben Henry prefers to be called Benry is 24 and is a club promoter who is a real go-getter and is confident that he will be the winner.
Chase Rice is 24 is a professional race car jackman and won a special award in college for overcoming adversity. He cannot stand lazy people, so hope there are none in his tribe.
Dan Lembo is 63 and a real estate executive. He is aggressive, cunning, and devious and has used his skills wisely in his years and loves weightlifting, softball, and skiing.
Holly Hoffman is 44 and a swim coach. She loves running, biking, and swimming and is very competitive.
NaOnka Mixon is 27 and a physical education teacher. She likes volleyball, working out, and playing with her dogs. Her biggest pet peeve is old people driving; so she already is prejudiced against the other team.
Tyrone Davis is 42, is a fire captain from Inglewood, California. He loves triathlons, snowboarding, and dancing. He is thankful to God and his parents for all he is. FIRST ELIMINATED
FROM NEW ESPADA TRIBE
Yve Rojas is 41, is a homemaker and mother who loves traveling, dancing, yoga, and catching the last movie of the day. She wants to set a good example for her daughters.SECOND ELIMINATED FROM THE NEW ESPADA TRIBE
The New La Flor tribe:
Brenda Lowe is 27 and owns a paddleboard company. She is confident that she can also win.
Jane Bright is 56 and a dog trainer. She is another who does not like lazy people. She loves both snow and water skiing and feels she is much like Rupert but smarter.
Jill Behm is 43 and an emergency room doctor, but will not be telling her occupation. She loves cycling, hunting, and paint ball and her pet peeves are smokers and crowds. Watch out for this redhead, she looks like a winner to me.
Jud Birza is 21 and a student who likes surfing, skating, and bike riding and does not like inconsiderate people. The tribe has nicknamed him Fabio because of his long blonde hair.
Kelly Bruno is 26; a medical student at UNC Medical School and an amputee and Ironman triathlete who was the second fasted female amputee in 2007. She lost her father, a doctor who was in Haiti bring food and medical care to the poor when the earthquake hit. FIRST ELIMINATED FROM THE NEW LA FLOR TRIBE
Kelly Shinn 20, is currently a nursing student at the University of Hawaii. She loves surfing, wake boarding, go-kart racing and wants to be like Elizabeth Hasselbeck who played the game with smarts and integrity.
Marty Piombo 48 is a technology executive with hobbies like winter alpinism, rock climbing, and cooking. He helped perform a rescue on Mt. Whitney at 13,000 feet in the dead of winter.
Matthew “Sash” Lenahan is 30, is a real estate broker from NYC. He loves extreme adventures, running, and dating beautiful women and is proud to be one of the youngest brokers on Wall Street and also a fast distance runner.
Previously eliminate from elder and younger tribes:
Jimmy Johnson is a familiar face to football fans, former Dallas Cowboys coach who led them to two Super Bowls. He currently stars on NFL Fox Sunday with Terry Bradshaw and company. Now he is on his own at 67, at least in the tribe, but his fishing, scuba diving, and boating skills should keep him around for a while. SECOND ELIMINATED FROM ELDER
James “Jimmy T” Tarantino is 48 and a commercial fisherman from Massachusetts. He won the Sears sponsored Casting Call for an opportunity to be on Survivor. He loves rowing, hiking, and swimming and has a low tolerance for incompetence.THIRD ELIMINATED FROM ELDER
Shannon Elkins is 30, owns a pest control company in Louisiana. He loves working out, playing basketball, and coaching. He feels that his biggest accomplishment is his family and loves his three kids. FIRST ELIMINATED FROM YOUNGER
Wendy DeSmidt-Kohlhoff is 48, is a goat rancher from Montana. Singing, dancing, fishing, hunting, and anything to do with animals are her first loves and reaching lieutenant colonel in the Army is her biggest claim to fame. FIRST ELIMINATED FROM ELDER