"I was totally flabbergasted. They flat out just totally lied to me," admits the latest "Survivor: Second Chance" castoff Peih-Gee Law during our exit interview (listen below) about controversial castaway Abi-Maria Gomes not being voted out. "Of course, it didn't make a lot of sense for Tasha Fox, which is why it got turned around on me." Hurry — make your "Survivor" predictions for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It's fun and easy, so get started by scrolling down to predict which castaway will be kicked off the island next.
According to exclusive Gold Derby odds that are derived from the predictions made by contest entrants like you, Peih-Gee's elimination was a shocker as she had 100/1 odds (<1% chance) of being voted out Wednesday night. She ranked 12th on our elimination chart, making this one of the biggest shockers in recent "Survivor" history. Be sure to make YOUR predictions right here.
Peih-Gee had a good thing going at the old Ta Keo camp, which begs the question, would she still be on the island if not for last night's tribe swap? "I think that's accurate. On the surface, we were like, 'Yay, we have the numbers!' And then I was like, 'Boo, I have Abi-Maria.' But we had voted together for the last two votes so I didn't think hope was completely lost."
"Abi-Maria will never win this game," Peih-Gee adds. "Nobody will ever respect her. It's very, very clear that she's only getting as far as she is because she's jumping around telling people, 'I'm willing to be your pawn.' This woman isn't in charge of anything. She is a terror to be around."
Also in our chat, Peih-Gee talks about who she thinks will win, how the game has changed since "Survivor: China," what Tasha told her after she was eliminated, and what we didn't see on TV. Scroll down to listen to our entire Q&A.
Check out the overall Season 31 leaderboard to the right. Currently our #1 "Survivor" predictor is Sunhound with overall 93% accuracy and 71,927 points, but there are still many weeks left to play in our contest and be eligible to win our weekly and overall season prizes. See our contest rules here and don't forget to update YOUR predictions here.
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