“This is perfect. I’m in a beautiful spot right now,” said an unassuming Jeremy Collins on Night 10 in San Juan del Sur after having just voted out snake wrangler Drew Christy. Unfortunately for Jeremy, Day 11 came to “Survivor” and brought with it the dreaded tribe switch.
“All right, let’s get ready for another shock,” said host Jeff Probst. “Everybody, drop your buffs.” Cue the theme music.
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And the Coyopa tribe is now home to Kelley Wentworth and her dad Dale Wentworth, Baylor Wilson and her mom Missy Payne, Jon Misch and his girlfriend Jaclyn Schultz, and Keith Nale. That’s three couples and one lone person in Keith.
Instead of a reward challenge duel, both tribes were sent back to their new camps where they got to know each other. The new Hunahpu tribe was shocked to find only two scoops of rice at their camp, while Jeremy and Natalie tried to convince Alec to join their singles alliance and take out Josh and Reed.
Meanwhile, the new Coyopa tribe started out as a lovefest amongst this season’s Barbie and Ken couple Jaclyn and Jon, but soon, Dale and Missy were battling over how much rice the tribe was eating. As the odd man out, Keith reminded us that he’d found the hidden Immunity idol last week and was hiding it in his boot.
At the Immunity challenge, the new Hunahpu tribe absolutely dominated, getting all 10 of their sandbags on the swinging pedestal before Coyopa had even thrown one. “Not even close,” Jeff surmised. On the way out of the challenge, Hunahpu let Jeff know that they were completely out of rice and said they were willing to trade something from their camp for more. Stay tuned next week to see how this plays out.
At Tribal Council, Jon and Jaclyn were clearly the couple in power, as the other two parent-child duos were battling amongst each other. Whichever person Jon and Jaclyn targeted would end up going home, and unfortunately for Dale, it was his daughter Kelley that got voted out of “Blood vs. Water.”
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Why? Because your predictions will factor into our official racetrack odds that are pored over by other “Survivor” fans and TV execs who want to know which castaways you love and hate, who you want to win and who you are desperate to see get a send-off.
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We are forecasting everything from the results on reality TV shows like “The Amazing Race,” “Dancing with the Stars” and “Project Runway” to the body count on “The Walking Dead” to the winners of the Oscars, Golden Globes and Grammys.
Click on any box to bring up that event, then scroll down to start making your predictions. For each TV show, cast your votes on several different questions relating to the upcoming episode.
To vote for who think will win, drag contestants over from the left to the right and arrange them in your predicted order of finishing. For example, if you think Jeremy will win Season 29, make sure you put him in first place. You can continue to update and change your predictions throughout the week, just click “Save Predictions” when you’ve settled on your choice.
Every time someone logs their predictions, the racetrack odds of the contestants are automatically updated. If the majority of users think Jeremy will win, that means he’ll have the best odds and will go to the front of the pack. Conversely, the castaways who don’t receive many votes of confidence have the worst odds and will go to the bottom of the pile.
The standard bet for each question is 100 points, which are wagered against the odds you locked in when you saved your predictions. However, for each TV episode you are given one special 200 point bet that you can use strategically to gain more points.
Here’s how racetrack odds work. If you bet 100 on something that has 50/1 odds and you end up being correct, you will receive 50 x 100 points, which equals 5,000 points. You’ll also get your original 100 points back, for a total of 5,100 points.
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